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EDITOR'S NOTE: Class Notes published here were received in
the Office of Advancement prior to April 17. Send your news
to: Records, Office of Advancement, P.O. Box 13557, Denton,
LeRoy:'M.""tee" Hinton, Houston, who was appointed
in 198W' by Gov. William Clements to the State of Texas
PenslodReview Board, has been elected vice chairman of that
body fortl989. Hinton retired from Exxon in 1986 after 22
years as head of Exxon's worldwide office of pension ad-
Dewey Mark, Boerne, executive vice president and chief
operating officer for Diamond Shamrock, San Antonio, has
been elected chairman of the board of the National Petroleum
Max Goldsmith, Lewisville, has been named an Out-
standing Graduate of Lewisville High School.
William H. Nunn, St. Cloud, Minn., professor of inter-
disciplinary studies and coordinator of East Asian Studies at St.
Cloud State University, was instrumental in establishing a
faculty exchange program between St. Cloud State and Akita
University in Akita, Japan, as well as the Tri-College East
Asian Studies Program at St. Cloud State, St. John's
University and the College of St. Benedict.
Jim Hopper, San Antonio, has been named controller at
Southwest Business Corp.
Marjorie Patchell, ('14), Denton
Juanita C. Stanford ('16), Lindale
Jack F. Gale ('25), Houston
D.O. Fulton ('27), Vernon
Mamie Lanham Hinson ('30), Henderson
Lowell L. Carter ('30), Waco
Belle Harris Hromas ('33), Bluff Dale
Burnal C. Hays ('34), Malakoff
Dr. Eldon Waldo Bailey ('35), Fort Worth
Mary Irene Newsom ('35), Denton
John Fritz Koeniger ('39), Austin
Villa Bob Lunday ('41), Denton
William A. Hughes ('42), Decatur
William Wilson Davis ('47), Sherman
Ona Stallings Berry ('48), Temple
John W. White ('48), Sweetwater
Sally Ruth Clary ('48), Denton
Bert Williams Jr. ('49), Temple
Townsend Clare Miller ('49), Austin
John L. Turner ('51), Fairbanks, Alaska
Nelle Friels Young ('52), Irving
Virginia Gibson ('52), McGregor
Dick D. Hastings ('57), Denton
Paul Guerrero Jr. ('57), Dallas
Edna Mae Sandborn ('63), Denton
Alex Louis Jr. ('64), Duncanville
James T. Snowden ('68), Mesquite
Goldie C. Bostick ('68), Azle
Barbara Robison ('70), Gainesville
Ina J. Steubing ('72), Palestine
William R. Haney ('72), Cleburne
Tommy Ray Collum ('72), New Orleans
Nancy Nell Stanley, ('82), San Angelo
Bert E. Woodruff, Kilgore, vice president for business
and finance at Kilgore College, was named interim president of
Billie Ray Huddleston, Celina, has been elected to the
board of directors of the Texas Farm Bureau.
Bennie Snider, Denton, has been honored as the Small
Business Person of the Year by the Denton Chamber of
Betty Baldridge Forsten, Houston, director of finance
for the Gulf Coast Waste Disposal Authority, has been pre-
sented the Award of Financial Reporting Achievement by the
Government Finance Officers Association of the United States
and Canada for the GCWDA's comprehensive annual financial
Bill Moyers, Garden City, N.Y., won an award for his TV
series "Joseph Campbell: The Power of Myth" at the 47th
Annual Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Awards in
Broadcast Journalism ceremony
Lee B. Wise, McAllen, has joined Charter Real Hospital
in San Antonio as human resources director.
Dr. Weldon J. Bowling, Killeen, has been named the
first Rotation Division chairman of the Management and
Business Division at American Technological University.
Forrest Watson, Hurst, Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD super-
intendent, has been chosen by the National School Board
Association for the Executive Educator 100 Award, which is
only given to 100 administrators in the United States.
Dr. George A. Kemp, Shreveport, chairman of the de-
partment of psychology at LSU in Shreveport, was among the
former chairmen of the Louisiana State Board of Examiners of
Psychologists honored at a banquet at the Country Club of
Louisiana in Baton Rouge.
Philip E. Slater, Gainesville, has been chosen general
manager of Cooke County Electric Cooperative. Slater was
formerly general manager of Fort Belknap Electric Cooperative
Robert Burgin, Arlington, has been named principal of
Arlington High School.
M. Gilbert Porter, Columbia, Mo., professor of English
at the University of Missouri, is the author of a new book titled
"One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest: Rising to Heroism."
Journalists honor three NT alumni
Donna Fielder and Barron Ludlum of the Denton
Record-Chronicle and Karen Clark Welk of the Dallas
Times Herald were honored in April as the outstanding
area journalists by the University of North Texas chapter
of the Society of Professional Journalists.
Ms. Fielder is assistant managing editor for features
and Ludlum is the chief photographer. Ms. Welk is
night city editor of the Times Herald.
The Record-Chronicle won first place in Community
Service in the Associated Press Managing Editors com-
petition for Texas with a series of stories by Ms.
Ludlum won the Photography Sweepstakes Award for
papers of all sizes in the APME competition for 1988.
All three are NT alumni.
The student chapter of SPJ honors the outstanding
area journalist or journalists each year at the C.E. Shu-
ford Hall of Honor banquet.
Brenda Crawford, Lewisville, has been named
the Year by the Lewisville Chamber of Commerce.
C. Mike Hanes, Dallas, has been elected president and-
CEO of First Federal Savings and Loan Associaiton.
Michael R. Bowlin, Piano, has assumed the position of
president of ARCO International Oil and Gas Co. Bowlin, who
has a 20-year career with ARCO, most recently served as senior
vice president for international oil and gas acquisitions.
Virginia Gayle Brewer, Garland, has been elected
Woman of the Year by the Texas Star chapter of the American
Business Woman's Association.
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