Mary Lou Newman Williams Edit Profile
Associate of Arts, College Marshall, 1935. Bachelor, Mary Hardin-Baylor University, 1937. Postgraduate, University Texas, Austin, 1938.
Master of Arts, East Texas State University, Commerce, 1961.
Junior English instructor Paris Junior College, Texas, 1953—1968, chairman, communications division, 1965—1968. English instructor East Texas State University, 1970—1974. Development coordinator A.M. & Welma Aikin Regional Archives, 1977—1983, R.F. Voyer Regional Museum, Honey Grove, Texas, 1977—1984.
When peaceful alternatives have failed, the force of arms may regretfully be preferable to unchecked aggression, tyranny and genocide.
Different kinds of small groups inside the overall Methodist movement should be encouraged to developed, so that both leaders and members of the societies could receive support and challenge in their faith.
District board National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Member Young Women’s Christian Association, Lamar County History Commission. President McCuistion Regional Medical Center Auxiliary, 1975—1977.
Member of League of Women Voters, American Association of University Women, Texas Association Museums, Paris History Landmark Preservation Committee, North-East Texas Genealogical Society, Texas State History Association, American Association Museums, Society of America Archivists, American Association State & Local History, Mary Emma Bible Club (president 1975, 1980), Garden Study Club 1955, Cosmos Club 1977, Paris Garden Club 1944, Phi Theta Kappa (honorary).
Married Louis Booth Williams, October 15, 1938. Children: Joanne Williams Click, Louis B., Junior.
1953 - 1968
1970 - 1974
1977 - 1984
1977 - 1983