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2451 Marjorie Johnson
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.3
4/1/1919 Marjorie Johnson married Milton M. Norman January 9, 1919.
2452 Martha E. Emery
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.4
4/1/1919 Martha E. Emery is member of faculty at State Normal School at Dickinson, North Dakota.
2453 Maud E. Lane
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.5
4/1/1919 Maud E. Lane is presently with her sister and may return to Iowa City to work in the hospital with handicapped children.
2454 Memorial exercises
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.2
4/1/1919 Memorial services held in honor of former president Theodore Roosevelt; many speakers and representatives.
2455 Men's literary societies
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.2
4/1/1919 Men's literary societies reorganized and became active after being suspended during war.
2456 Message from the Campanile Committee
Boardman--Benjamin (Business Manager)
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.6
4/1/1919 The Campanile Committee, started in June 1914, reported that a memorial to the men and women who served in the Great War should be built in the form of a campanile. Money was raised, people approved, fundraisers are still being held.
2457 Message from your Alumni Committee
Begeman--Mary Whitworth (Mrs. Louis)
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.7
4/1/1919 There is a 25th anniversary of I.S.N.S. gathering. Alumni day will be June 2.
2458 Millicent Warriner
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.2
4/1/1919 Millicent Warriner, former stenographer, now works for Winston, Strawn, and Shaw in Chicago, earning a fine salary.
2459 Mrs. W. G. Laidley (Mae Mather)
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.4
4/1/1919 Mae Mather Laidley died February 26, 1919 of an illness requiring serious surgery. Her husband was W. G. Laidley.
2460 Myrtle Edna Maloney
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.3
4/1/1919 Myrtle Edna Maloney died February 20, 1919, from influenza and pneumonia.
2461 N. M. Leonard
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.5
4/1/1919 N. M. Leonard was elected President of American Polled Hereford Breeders Association.
2462 Nellie Edna Haskell
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.3
4/1/1919 Nellie Edna Haskell died February 2, 1919. She was a teacher; many attended services conducted by the Reverends Peterson, Lothringen, Heddle, and Heizer.
2463 Nelly M. Baker
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.6
4/1/1919 Nelly M. Baker died March, 1919.
2464 New social plans
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.1
4/1/1919 Social dancing will be authoized as an official function, and reorganization of the social acitvities will be done by General Social Committee.
2465 Ole N. Oleson
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.6
4/1/1919 Ole N. Oleson died from pneumonia March 27, 1919.
2466 On the Fields of France
Nothomb--Henry E.(Class of 1887)
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.1
4/1/1919 Poem about woman in France, by Henry E. Nothomb.
2467 Peter J. Hanson
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.3
4/1/1919 Peter J. Hanson has been working at Detachment Office of General Hospital #5.
2468 Phyliss Eloise Seerley
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.5
4/1/1919 Phyliss Eloise Seerley, daughter of Clem C. Seerley and wife was born January 21, 1919.
2469 President Seerley
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.4
4/1/1919 President Seerley served on American Council on Education, President of American Teachers Colleges, and was member of many committees.
2470 Professor Albert Loughridge
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.4
4/1/1919 Albert Loughridge, former Professor of Latin, will spend winter in Salem, Oregon.
2471 Professor George Darsie
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.4
4/1/1919 George Darsie, special teacher in Voice, has taken Harriet Case's place while she's on leave of absence.
2472 Professor John B. Knoepfler
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.4
4/1/1919 John B. Knoepfler is editor of second volume of Inside Survey and manager of Annual Music Festival.
2473 Professor Reuben McKitrick
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.4
4/1/1919 Reuben McKitrick, head of Economics Department, was granted sick leave due to influenza. Dr. David I. Green will take his place.
2474 Roland Irving Moeller
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.4
4/1/1919 Roland Irving Moeller was born January 16, 1919, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Moeller, County Superintendent of schools in Black Hawk County and associate Professor of Rural Education.
2475 Rose M. Smith
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.3
4/1/1919 Rose M. Smith married H. B. Chambers February 19, 1919.
2476 School election at Cedar Falls
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.2
4/1/1919 A candidate who pledged to prevent any continuation of the system between the Teachers College and Cedar Falls schools was elected to the school board; many resigned and the college will make other arrangements.
2477 Sergeant Don C. Deal
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.3
4/1/1919 Don C. Deal was transferred and is teaching commercial work to wounded patients. Maybelle Rathes is an aide at the same hospital.
2478 Superintendent W. S. Wilson
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.4
4/1/1919 W. S. Wilson died March 8, 1919. He was a deputy Superintendent of Public Instruction while J. B. Knoepfler was in charge of the State Department of Public Instruction.
2479 The annual demonstration
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.2
4/1/1919 Students of the Physical Education Department put on a program showing their excellent training and high credibility; doing this under acting head Monica Wild.
2480 The Jewell brothers
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.3
4/1/1919 Franklin S. Jewell and Harry E. Jewell have both returned to Harvard University after being released from service.
2481 Thrift instruction
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.2
4/1/1919 Macy Campbell's thrift instruction will be tested, edited, and published; used in schools in many states.
2482 Untitled
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.8
4/1/1919 The ad appeals to the six thousa alumni of the Iowa State Teachers College saying they can help get young people to attend the College. The school would like the alumni to send "worthy young people who are willing/capable of becoming 1st class teachers."
2483 Veda Stech
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.3
4/1/1919 Veda Stech married Roy Middlekauff February 12, 1919.
2484 Victoria L. Mircheva
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.4
4/1/1919 Victoria L. Mircheva is student in International Institute of Y. W. C. A.
2485 W. C. Schluter
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.3
4/1/1919 W. C. Schluter, Army of Occupation, is now in Plaidt, Germany.
2486 William Homer Veatch
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.3
4/1/1919 William Homer Veatch, released from U. S. Army Officer Training School, has been accepted as graduate student at University of Wisconsin.
2487 Willis J. Bell
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.4
4/1/1919 Willis J. Bell, head of Profesional and Extension Departments of the State Normal School at Dickinson, North Dakota, published a report on subject matter tests; Anna Mae Brady assisted.
2488 Zola Virginia Hostetter
Alumni News Letter 3:2, p.5
4/1/1919 Zola Virginia Hostetter has been appointed Home Economics teacher in the Cedar Falls High School.
2489 Alumni reports 1
Alumni News Letter 3:1, p.2
1/1/1919 Upper Iowa M. E. Conference reported several alumni in pastoral work.
2490 Alumni reports 10
Alumni News Letter 3:1, p.3
1/1/1919 Samuel T. Neveln is superintendent of Le Mars and involved in many other areas.
2491 Alumni reports 11
Alumni News Letter 3:1, p.3
1/1/1919 Marion M. Cooley managed a food conservation kitchen.
2492 Alumni reports 12
Alumni News Letter 3:1, p.3
1/1/1919 W. G. Brandstetter is pursuing courses at School of Commerce at the University of Chicago and is superintendent of schools at Kimball, South Dakota.
2493 Alumni Reports 13
Alumni News Letter 3:1, p.3
1/1/1919 A. W. Graham, superintendent at York, Nebraska, gave address on "A Nation's Destiny".
2494 Alumni Reports 14
Alumni News Letter 3:1, p.3
1/1/1919 Elsie Williams appointed critic teacher in Teaching Department.
2495 Alumni reports 15
Alumni News Letter 3:1, p.3
1/1/1919 Edith Eighmey Curtis appointed school nurse at LeMars, Iowa.
2496 Alumni Reports 16
Alumni News Letter 3:1, p.3
1/1/1919 Karl John Knoepfler, attorney, accepted into Officers Training School for Artillery Service.
2497 Alumni reports 17
Alumni News Letter 3:1, p.3
1/1/1919 John, William, Robert, and Tom McDonald are involved in the U. S. Military and Naval Service.
2498 Alumni reports 18
Alumni News Letter 3:1, p.3
1/1/1919 Fred D. Cram, county superintendent of Cerro Gordo County, came up with pamphlet "Case Civics" with lesson suggestions and issued annual circular announcing the Study Centers.
2499 Alumni reports 19
Alumni News Letter 3:1, p.3
1/1/1919 Warren Proctor, favorite tenor of Chicago Grand Opera Company, co-wrote a book with Clara Louise Burnham about his childhood.
2500 Alumni reports 2
Alumni News Letter 3:1, p.3
1/1/1919 Emma R. Klein has accepted position as critic teacher in primary education.

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