The North Texan, Volume 4, Number 3, March 1953 Page: 1
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VOL. 4 NORTH TEXAS STATE COLLEGE, DENTON, TEXAS, MARCH, 1953 NO. 3
March 31 To Be North
J. A. "Andy" Anderson, su-
perintendent of schools in
Lufkin, has been elected pres-
ident of the North Texas
State College Ex-Student As-
sociation for the next two
Anderson, a 1927 graduate
of the college, will take over
his office, along with a new
slate of vice-presidents, on
March 31, North Texas Day.
Other newly elected officers in-
clude four vice-presidents, John
Thomason, attorney from F o r t
Worth; Don Matthews, adminis-
trative officer for the Dallas Pub-
lic Schools; Jean Walsh, staff
member of the Wichita Falls Daily
Times and Record News, and
Charles Nelson, music teacher at
Harlingen High School.
The executive secretary for the
association, Dr. Emmett Cambron
of the NTSC faculty, was ap-
pointed by President J. C. Mat-
thews in February. Cambron re-
places Millard Collins, who re-
signed to accept a position in Dal-
The new officers are expected
to be on the campus on North Tex-
as Day for the on-campus activ-
ities. A special assembly will be
held and students, exes, and vis-
itors will hear the recording of the
North Texas Day broadcast at 10
a.m. in the main auditorium.
A noon luncheon will honor the
Officers were elected by ballot,
printed in the January issue of the
official ex-student newspaper, The
North Texan. Exes were given the
slate of officers from the nominat-
ing committee and allowed the
privilege of write-in candidates.
"We sent Andy Anderson out of
here exactly 26 years ago," E. H.
Farrington, placement director re-
calls, "and he has been in the
school business ever since. I re-
member he and Chicken Perryman
were the yell leaders here while
they were in school."
Anderson has served as elemen-
tary principal at Oklaunion, as a
teacher of business education at
Amarillo High School, and as su-
perintendent at Oklaunion, Perry-
ton in Greenville.
Broadcast Schedule-NT Day
Town Radio Station Time (p.m.)
Amarillo KLYN-940 5:45
Austin KTBC-590 9:45
Big Spring KBST-1490 5:00
Bryan KORA-1240 7:00
Corpus Christi KRIS-1360 5:00
9:15 or 5:15
6:00 or 6:15
Former Government Students Listed
Recent news from former gov- resentatives; Alton Bryant, crimi-
ernment department students find nal investigator for the Federal
some in Congress and other im- Bureau of Investigation in Wash-
portant governmental positions. ington, and M. R. Barneby is vice-
Wingate Lucas is serving as consul for the state department in
member of the U.S. House of Rep- Vienna, Austria.
Radio Stations Will Carry
North Texas Day Program;
Meetings and Parties Set
will have a picnic supper at the
A covered dish supper will be
held in Orange by Mr. and Mrs.
V. E. Ramsey, according to Orange
Chairman Paul Pearson, and in
Paris a listening party is planned
by Mrs. Dow Huggins. Frances
White has scheduled a Dutch treat
dinner at Port Arthur and Mr. and
Mrs. John H. Morgan will hold a
get-together at their home in Vic-
In Washington, D.C., Mrs.
Tommy Oates is making plans for
a get-together of many exes who
are employed in Washington, or
are in the service in the area. A
loud-speaker system will be used
at the meeting in the event a ra-
dio broadcast cannot be arranged.
At Mission, Mrs. Adrian Gaspir-
son will be hostess at a group
meeting to listen to the broadcast
Other ex-student chairmen mak-
ing plans for meetings and listen-
ing parties include Joe Johnston
of Amarillo, Dean Bennett of Big
Spring, Mrs. Mozelle Schulenbur-
ger of Cleburne, Margaret Bray of
Corpus Christi, Warren G. Hard-
ing of Dallas, Emmett Cambron
of Denton, Cecil Singleton of Fort
Worth, Bedford McKenzie of Gal-
veston, Mrs. Forrest Covin of
Longview, Mrs. Clell Smith of
Lubbock, Rebecca Fitch of Mar-
shall, Bill Chambers of San An-
gelo, Mrs. Henry Castle of Sher-
man, Mrs. Agnes M. Marrs of Ty-
ler, Mrs. Lena Burt Hodge of Wa-
co, Mrs. Vernadine Batcha of
Wichita Falls and Mrs. Adrian
Gaspirson of Mission.
NT TODAY--(I) Administration, (2) Physics, (3) President's Home,
(4) Museum, (5) Psychology, (6) Industrial Arts, (7) Power Plant,
(8) Drafting, (9) Manual Arts, (10) Marquis, (I I) Terrill, (I) Bruce,
(13) Masters, (14) Library, (15) Business Administration, (16) Old
Speech Building, (17) Hospital, (18) Old Education Annex,
(19) Student Union, (20) Harriss Gym, (21) Old Men's Gym,
(22) Music Hall, (23) Orchestra Hall, (24) Chilton, (25) Quad-
rangle, (26) New Men's Gym, (27) New Stadium, (28) Golf
Course, (29) Education Building, (30) Old Stadium, (31) New
Women's Gym, (32) Journalism, (33) UB Slab, (34) Swimming
Pool, (35) Home Management, (36) Leggett Hall, (37) Service
Center, (38) Men's Building, (39) Mary Arden Lodge.
(Falcon Fotos, Dallas)
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Thirty radio stations in 25 cities
and towns will broadcast the Fifth
Annual North Texas Day program
on March 31 when ex-students of
North Texas State Co 11 e ge will
hold meetings and get-togethers
throughout the state between 5 and
The 15 minute recorded program
will open with the Fight Song by
the Air Force ROTC Choraliers,
accompanied by 'Fessor Floyd Gra-
ham and the Aces of Collegeland
Warren Harding, retiring ex-
student president, and Dr. Emmett
Cambron, new secretary, will make
brief statements and a recorded
roundtable discussion between
President J. C. Matthews and the
deans of the college will be heard.
The roundtable topic will center
around the development of NTSC
from a teachers' college to an in-
stitution of university standards.
Glory to the Green, sung by the
NTSC Great Chorus accompanied
by the College Symphony Orches-
tra under the direction of Dr.
George Morey, will follow the
roundtable discussion and conclude
Various ex-student groups have
made arrangements for listening
parties, official meetings, or get-
togethers at the time of the broad-
cast in their communities.
Austin exes, according to J. B.
Malone, will hold open house at the
University of Texas Union Build-
ing. In Lufkin, a studio listening
party will be held by Bill Shefield.
With Mrs. LaMarr Chapman, Mrs.
Hattie G. Owens and Elizabeth
Fox in charge, the Odessa group
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