Miss Josephine Buron, a student
in the Central Institute for the Deaf. She was a student a
Texas High School and is doing very well.
Friends of Jack Reeves, a 1913
graduate, are interested in the news that he writes happily from
France of his work as a mounted courier to one of the brigadier
general and tells of riding by a man in an auto who proved to be
Ed Lemly, also one of the Texas graduates. Jack won his
present post by breaking a Texas pony in Chicago last year which
brought him to notice of an officer.
Late Alumni Marriages
Miss Elizabeth Davidson,
'16-Liutenant Rex B. Hershey
Miss Laura Leigh Andrews
'16-John Gleen of the Tyler Commercial College.
Miss Ethel Cothren, '17-Mr.
Miss Sarah Williams, '17-Hugh
Whereabouts of the Class of 1917
Lloyd White is at Baylor
Maurice Powell, Ward Slimp &
Harry Durham are representing the class of '17 at Rice Institute.
Mastin White is at the
University of Texas & connected in a business way with Prof.
Boyce Baker is at Texas
Christian University trying to keep Miss Vesta Burford from
Virginia Johnston is at Texas U.
Imogene Stuart is at
Omie Beall Mizzell is a student
in Marshall College.
Irene Walter is studying at
Southern Methodist University.
Mae Crumpton is at Denton
Normal, fast becoming a school teacher.
Exa Pritchard is also at Denton
Mabel McCall is a student of
Esler Milton is also at Baylor.
Elizabeth Todd is at Baylor.
Russell Darnall is stenographer
for Mr. Gaines at the K. C. S.
Willa Belle Leaton is bookkeeper
at the Four State Wholesale Grocer co.
Katye Cantrell is stenographer
at one of the local business houses.
Dewey Moore is stenographer at
the Southwestern Gas & Electric Co.
Pinkie Hunter, Ellen Patterson
& Mildred Williams, have responded to the call of Uncle Sam
for women to take the place of the drafted men and have positions
as mail clerks at the Texarkana Terminal.
Eva Kate Joiner is at Dalby
Springs, teaching in her home school.
Jamie Templeton & Frank
Alton are taking a course at the Texarkana Business College.
Anna Merl Bennett completed a
course at T. B. C. and accepted a position as assistant teacher in
Josephine Buron is an asst.
teacher in a Deaf & Dumb School in St. Louis.
Mary Moores & Ruth Hunter
are at their homes, duties there being more important than the
call of the outside world.
John Reinhardt has distinguished
himself in being appointed to Annapolis, for which he is now
preparing and which he will enter in June.
Paul Chester & Dayton
Carpenter are in the service of Uncle Sam.
Paul Wilbanks & Boyce Gaines
are "Somewhere in the U. S. A."