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I. E. Clark

I. E. Clark, American publisher. Recipient Finest Journalism Teacher in Texas award University Texas Interscholastic League, 1967, Outstanding Citizen award Colorado Valley Council on Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 1990; Order Golden Quill, 1977; named Honorary State Farmer, Future Farmers American, 1956; Newspaper Fund fellow, 1959.

Background

  • Clark, I. E. was born on December 9, 1919 in Schulenburg, Texas, United States. Son of Harvey Robert and Annie Ruby (Miekow) Clark.

  • Education

    • Bachelor, University Texas, 1941. Master of Arts, University Texas, 1945.

    Career

    • Rancher, 1945-1995; teacher, theatre director, publications director, language arts coordinator Schulenberg Public Schools, 1945-1977. Founder, owner I.E. Clark, Publications public plays and books for theatre, from 1959. Teacher Newspaper Fund seminars University Texas at Austin, summers, 1961-1966.

      Regional observer for National Observer, 1961. Member Texas Education Agency Commission for Language Arts Curriculum Revision, 1958-1959, State Committee Development of Speech-Drama Publication of Texas Education Agency, 1960-1961.

    Works

    Politics

    The diversity of religious expressions is guaranteed by the separation of church and state. However, church and state should interact in different social and political fields for the benefit of the whole society.

    Religion

    Righteousness is a demand of God. It can be received only through faith in God.

    Denomination: Methodist

    Views

    Libelous language with regard to nationality, ethnic background, sexuality or gender does not assess the value of individual and contradicts the gospel of Jesus Christ.

    Membership

    Member Fayette County History Survey Committee, since 1969. Founder, artistic director, board directors, officer Backstage, Inc., Fine Arts Council for South Central Texas, since 1969. Advisory director 1st National Bank of Schulenburg, 1974-1980.

    Democratic precinct chairman Fayette County Democratic Executive Committee, 1955-1980. County campaign chairman Lyndon B. Johnson, 1949, 55. Area campaign chairman Texas Lieutenant Governor Bill Hobby, 1972.

    Board directors Schulenberg History Society. Member American Theatre Association (national chairman play publications panel 1977, editor Secondary School Theatre Journal 1982-1983), Southwest Theatre Association (honorary, life), Dramatists Guild, American Alliance for Theatre and Education, Texas Secondary Theatre Conference (director, Newsletter editor 1966-1969, member Interscholastic League advisory committee), Texas Educational Theatre Association (Founders award 1985), Modern Music Masters (honorary, life), Masons, Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Tau Delta, Sigma Delta Chi, Phi Eta Sigma.

    Connections

    • Married Lila Rhea Norwood, September 1, 1945. Children: Candace Ann, Robin Rhea.
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    Born December 9, 1919
    Died May 28, 2007
    (aged 87)
    • 1941
      University Texas
    • 1945
      University Texas
    • 1945 - 1995
      Rancher
    • 1945 - 1977
      teacher, Schulenberg Public Schools
    • 1945 - 1977
      theatre director, Schulenberg Public Schools
    • 1945 - 1977
      publications director, Schulenberg Public Schools
    • 1945 - 1977
      language arts coordinator, Schulenberg Public Schools