The H-SU Brand (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 55, No. 34, Ed. 1, Friday, February 13, 1970 Page: 1 of 4
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BACK FROM THE COLD COUNTRY Singers Ho! returned to campus -this week fol-
lowing a USO trip to Greenland Iceland and other northern countries. The students
arrived in Abilene Tuesday night.
Churches to receive service
Faculty students and adminis
tration will be serving in Baptist
congregations in the Big Country
and other areas of the state Sun-
day Feb. 15. The day has been
HSU hosts conference
On education Feb. 19
The Division of Education in
cooperation with Harcourt Brace
and World Inc. Test Department
and the Region XXIV Education
Services Center is hosting the
Fifth Annual Principals and
Counselors Conference Feb. 19.
Main speakers for the one-day
event to be held in the H-SU
Moody Center are Dr. Joseph D.
Dameron professor counselor
education at North Texas State
University; Dr. Jack Chambliss
assistant professor of education at
New Mexico State University?
and Jack Gilliam director of the
Division of Guidance Services
Texas Education Agency.
Exploring the theme "Develop-
ment Guidance: Involvement and
Relevance" the conference will
open with registration at 9 a.m.
and is to en dat 2:30 p.m.
During the day Dr. Dameron
will speak on "The Counselor as
a Group-Worker" and "The Chal-
lenge of Changing."
His educational experience in-
cludes secondary school teacher
in Kansas and Missouri assistant
principal and assistant and asso-
ciate professor of education at
Southern Methodist University.
He holds the Doctor of Education
degree from the University of
Dr. Chambliss is to speak on
'The Counselor as a Consultant
to Teacher" and "Is Partial Bank
marked as a special day for Bap-
tist schools by the Baptist Gen-
eral Convention of Texas.
Teams consisting of speakers
special music and testimonies will
Dr. Chambliss earned his doc-
tor of Education degree at Texas
Technological College. His pres-
ent assignment included secon-
dary student teaching and gradu-
ate courses in curriculum and
supervision. He served as choral
director at Abilene High School
Gilliam will be speaking on
"The Principal and Counselor: A
Partnership Involvement" and
"New Counseling Concepts and
The conference coordinated by
Dr. Lois Martin director of guid-
ance education at H-SU will also
include special music by H-SU
junior Carolyn Mauley and the
Hardin-Simmons String Ensemble
directed by Richard Pliler.
Auditions for the All-School
Talent Show will be held from 3-
5 p.m. and 8-10 p.m. Feb. 16-17
in Moody Center.
Prizes for the talent show are
$100 $50 and $25. The show is
scheduled Feb. 27.
Additional information can be
obtained from Ted Burgess Jan
Jolly Mark Foley Jtidy Hix and
travel to some thirty churches for
both morning and evening servic-
es. H-SU President Dr. Elwin L.
Skiles will speak at morning
worship services of the Faith Bap-
tist Church in Wichita Falls. Mu-
sic will be provided by Ken Nance
and a testimony will be given by
Dr. Rupert N. Richardson dis-
tinguished professor of history
and president emeritus will be
the speaker at First Baptist of
Breckenridge. Dr. Edward G
Groesbeck vice president for aca
demic affairs will be speaker at
Southwest Park Baptist Church
Abilene in the evening worship
Tye Baptist Church will host
Dr. Billy P. Smith professor in
Bible. Dr. Clyde Hurst professor
in Bible and philosophy will
speak at Cross Roads Baptist
Church of Rotan
First Baptist of Stanton will
host Dr. William O. Beazley Ad
Fannin Terrace Church of Mid
land Northwest Hills in San An
tonio Highland Baptist Church in
Amarillo Hillside Baptist in San
Angelo Belmont Baptist in Odes-
sa East Side Baptist in McCamey
Green Hill Baptist in Snyder Ok-
launion Kirkland churches will
also sponsor H-SU student groups.
Other speakers at morning wor-
ship services include:
First Baptist Van Horn Maj.
Dean Taggart; Hamby Baptist
Charles Richardson1; Odell Bap-
tist Ralph Caffey; East Side Mc-
Camey Keith Vaughn; First
Blackwell Dr G. Norman Weav-
er; Kirkland Baptist Farren Sad-
ler. First Eleclra Byron Bryant;
First Byers Marshall Walker;
First Tuscola testimony and de-
See Churches page 3
Plans are being finalized for the
annual homecoming Friday and
Saturday Feb. 27-28.
In the spotlight at this year's
annual homecoming will be ex-
lettermen. A number of former
coaches have already responded
indicating they will be present
said Byron Bryant alumni direc-
tor. Ballots have been mailed to
alumni throughout the state the
nation and in a number of foreign
countries for votes for alumni of-
ficers. Maj. Dean Taggart assist-
ant professor science who was
elected last year will succeed
Lloyd (Bill) English of Wichita
Falls as president of the Alumni
Candidates for office who will
assume their duties in 1971 are:
Keith Griffits BS '64 district
manager of West America Securi-
ties Inc. Abilene and Randall
Bridges BS '38 branch manager
of Floyd West and Co. for president-
The alumni candidates were
picked by a nominating commit-
tee which included Claude Hicks
chairman and Mrs- Milford Pri-
chard John Hughes and Phillip
Former football coaches who
have already responded favorably
include H. D. Martin of Dallas;
Roy Bradley of San Antonio; Roy
A. Easterday of Odessa; Vic Pay-
ne of Abilene; Lee Cranfill of
Temple; Frank Kimbrough of
Canyon; Warren Woodson' of San
Antonio; Murray Evans of Abi-
lene; Sam Baugh of Rotan; Jack
Thomas of Waco; Floyd Huggins
of Prairie Village Kan.; and Pete
Shotwell of Abilene.
Assistant coaches and also
coaches in other sports include
Charles F. "Potts" Anderson of
El Paso; Y. P. Kuhn Texarkana
Ark.; Al Milch of Brownwood;
Larry Cunningham of Abilene;
Carlos Berry Henrietta; John
Steber Mobile Ala. Joe Grba
Abilene; Bill Ledbetter Cisco;
Otho Polk and Phil Tinsworth
both of Abilene; Jim Gray of
Rockdale; Wayne Millner Arling-
Bill Scott Colorado Springs
Colo. and Paul Lambert repre-
senting basketball coaches plan
to be present.
An all-school Talent Show will
be a preliminary attraction' Fri
Sojourners plan trip
to Japanese campaign
The Sojourners have been in-
vited to go to Japan with the
'Pre and Post Baptist World Al-
liance Campaign" to be conducted
June 24-July 8.
The invitation was extended by
Dr. W. H. (Dub) Jackson a direc-
tor of the campaign after he
heard the group sing for Tau Al-
pha Phi recently. Dr. Jackson is
an H-SU graduate who spent
many years as a missionary in
The group would leave Lub-
bock June 24 by chartered plane.
day Feb. 27 beginning at 8 p.m.
in Behrens Chapel.
Saturday Feb. 28 highlights
will include a 7:30 breakfast and
Alumni Association Board meet-
ing with registration beginning
at 8 a.m- in Moody Center.
An ex-letterman coffee will be
held at 9 a.m. and a variety show
and alumni association assembly
program will be held at 10 a.m. A
barbecue luncheon will be staged
at noon in Rose Field House with
group meetings beginning at 1:30
p.m. Athletic highlights will in-
clude a baseball game between
H-SU and Texas Tech at 3 p.m.
and a basketball contest at 7:30
p.m. against Houston Baptist.
Music fraternity names
8 to spring pledge class
The Theta Lambda Chapter of
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia has an-
nounced its spring pledge class.
Included are Robert F. Baily a
pre-med student from Hamlin;
John Carranza sophomore appli-
ed voice major from Sweetwater;
Hiram Garza Bible major from
San Antonio; Paul Gilehirst a
music education major from Wich-
ita Falls; John Golightly applied
piano major from Orangevale
'Calif.; Tommy Polk a theory
and composition major from Pon-
ca City Okla.; Rex Lowe from
San Antonio; and Larry Wolz
music education major from Odes
Chapter Honorary this semest-
er is Dr. Elwin Skiles.
Vannie Johnson' and Estes Tur-
ner will present their joint senior
recitals at 8 p.m. Feb. 17 in Cald-
well Recital Hall.
Shirley Sims Mary Ann Turner
and Doris Derrick will assist as
Wayne Poling trumpet; Gary
Wofford trombone; anl Jim Mil-
ler tuba will also assist.
Both Johnson and Turner are
from the studio of Bill Owens.
The program will include works
by Andre Wormser Richard
Strauss Paul Hindemith Andy J.
Patterson and Michael East.
The Sojourners would represent
H-SU and move from city to city
singing in auditoriums- Dr. Jack-
son's son Bill an H-SU student
plans to be on the trip to inter-
pret for the Sojourners.
The main obstacle now is mon-
ey Carolyn Mobley a member of
the group explained. Expenses
will be $1000 for each of the trio.
"We don't know exactly how
we will get it yet but we will"
Carolyn said. They are so deter-
mined to mqke the trip that they
have cancelled all other plans for
this summer she said
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