The Call Number, Volume 4, Number 4, January 1943 Page: 16
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Jesse Nel Taaffe, who has been librarian in the Demonstration School
and teacher in the Library School of the Appalachian State Teachers College,
Boone, North Carolina, was a visitor here Saturday, January 9. Because of
the illness of her father, she has returned to Texas and is now librarian
Evelyn Shirley Wood spent the Christmas holidays with her husband who
is stationed at Camp Carson, Colorado. Francys Norris Faulkner spent the
holidays with her husband in Luisiana.
Helen Hammonds, wArho received her master's degree here in 1940, was
married on Friday, January 15, to David Wood Gishj Jr. now of the U. S.
Army but formerly music teacher in Oklahoma City University. Mrs. Gish
has been librarian of the Carnegie Public Library, Frederick, Oklahoma for
the past two years and plans to continue her work there.
Mrs. R. E. Satterfield of Dallas was a visitor on the campus Tuesday,
Ellena Fayne lhite has been transferred from Houston to Fort Worth
where she is terminal hostess for Braniff Airways.
Carmen Ramsey was called home January 9 by the death of her grandfather.
The library school kept up its tradition this year by again having a
library major, Jo Turneyh of Kaufman, elected as one ot the college favorites.
January graduates of the library department are Francys Faulkner atd
Myrtle Fraim Gray was a visitor in the department January 16.
Technical Sergeant Pearson Medders, home from Russia, joined his sister,
Mrs. Joseph Jagoe, at the home of their mother, Mrs. George Medders, for the
Louise Pratt, who has been teaching at Wills Point, is now librarian
Christmas cards were received from many of our library school graduates
and friends, among them being two with photographs: Virginia Clarke, and
Virginia Pharr Miller and her husband. Others sending greetings were: Mary
Cox, W ichita Falls; EllenaFayne White, Fort Worth; Mrgaret Ann Holcomb,
Fort Worth; Billie Joy Owens, Joinerville; Helen Hamuonds, Frederick, Okla-
homa; Bettie Priddie, Mexia; MarthaThornton, Sulphur Springs; Varonne Dar-
nell, De Ridder, La.; Mildred Quillen, Nichita Falls; Hesper Crook, Big
Lake; Rita Varley, Texarkana; Georgia Dorsey, Overton; Espa Wells, Fort
Worth; George Henderson, Camp Barkeley; Eertha Terry, Sour Lake; Gladys
Kirtley, Wilson; Myrtle Gray, Fort Worth; Imarie Newsom, Texarkana; Fredonia
Sikes, Alpine; Dorothy Palmer, Austin; Memphis Porter, Post; Laura Dell
Justin, Corpus Christi; Jesse Nel Taaffe, Decatur; Melba Green, Pleasant
Grove; Marie Martin, Van; Louise Pratt, Greenville; Helen Braack, Dallas;
Prudence Taylor, Tulia; Claire Turner, Canadian; Thelma Collier, Saint Jo;
Helen Fitch, Perryton; Virginia Cobb, Fort Worth; and Leora J. Lewis of
Compton and Co., Chicago.
- Mary Frances Giles
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