Jo Stewart Randel Edit Profile
Student, Clarendon College, 1932—1934.
Reporter, editor Texas newspapers, 1935—1937. Founder Carson County Square House Museum, Panhandle, Texas, 1965, board directors, 1965—1983, chairman board directors, from 1983. Member executive committee Texas Panhandle Heritage Foundation, from 1960.
The state should not use its authority to promote particular religious beliefs, nor should it require prayer or worship in the public schools. However, the state should leave students free to practice their own religious convictions.
Active Girl Scouts United States, from 1937. Member Texas Governor's Committee Aging, Austin, 1961—1965, Texas Committee Higher Education, Austin, 1968—1970. Board directors Amarillo (Texas) Symphony, 1970—1987.
Trustee Amarillo Art Center, 1975—1981. Chairman West. Texas State University Foundation, Canyon, 1980—1983. Active West Texas State University Fine Arts Foundation, from 1977.
Member of Daughters of the American Revolution, Philosophical Society Texas, American Association Museum (council Mountain Plains region 1970-1973), American Association State and Local History, National Trust History Preservation, Texas Association Museum (Outstanding Service Council award 1981, President's award 1987), Texas History Foundation (board directors 1969-1983, council member), Fine Arts Club (president 1960-1962).
Married Ralph E. Randel, September 23, 1937. 1 child Margaret Stewart.
Clarendon College , Student
1935 - 1937