down arrowMenu

IndexUNI: Database of University Articles

Alumni News Letter

Displaying 351 - 400 of 2918
Title Date Summary
351 Mrs. Susan Martz
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.Supplement
7/1/1922 The widow of Alexander Martz dies on May 18, 1922.
352 Mrs. Thomas W. Eaton
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.6
7/1/1922 Mrs. Thomas W. Eaton is reelected to the office of president of the Woman's Club.
353 Mrs. W. H. Bedford
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.6
7/1/1922 Besse Bedford resides in Alhambra, California with her husband, William H. Bedford.
354 Mrs. W. H. Bedford
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.6
7/1/1922 Mrs. Bedford and her young son travel to Cedar Falls from Alhambra, California to visit her parents.
355 Muriel G. Welstead
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.Supplement
7/1/1922 Muriel G. Welstead is married to Reverend Edwin Boardman on June 10, 1922.
356 N. E. I. Association
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.1
7/1/1922 Members of the N. E. I. Association vote in favor of the Towner-Sterling Bill, approving a state annuity law, increasing the training of teachers, and endorsing the nationalization of education by congress.
357 New arithmetic
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.2
7/1/1922 The faculty of the mathematical department are joint authors of a one-hundred and thirty page arithmetic book for educators.
358 Patriotic service
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.1
7/1/1922 A special chapel service is held in remembrance of General Ulysses S. Grant's one-hundredth birthday. Professors M. F. Arey and W. W. Gist head the Patriotic Faculty Committee responsible for the service.
359 Pelly Schenk
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.5
7/1/1922 The daughter of Casper Schenk wins a Younkers Brothers baby health contest in Des Moines.
360 Philo banquet
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.2
7/1/1922 The Philomathean Literary Society holds a banquet in the Bartlett Hall Dining Room for Venancio Trinidad.
361 Police matron
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.4
7/1/1922 Mrs. F. C. Sage is appointed police matron of Waterloo. Mrs. Sage once served as a Red Cross nurse in the Great War, and has done women's welfare work through the Young Women's Christian Association.
362 President Samuel Quigley
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.5
7/1/1922 President Samuel Quigley of the State Normal School at Gunnison, Colorado conducts a family survey on rural education.
363 Priscilla Mullan
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.Supplement
7/1/1922 Alfred W. Mulland and Helen Murphy-Mullan give birth to a daughter on May 14, 1922.
364 Prof. Fred D. Cram
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.8
7/1/1922 Professor Fred D. Cram is granted an Iowa Fellowship to attend Columbia University, but decides against taking a leave of absence.
365 R. D. Barr
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.4
7/1/1922 Robert D. Barr is named superintendent of the public schools at Jefferson, Iowa.
366 R. F. Seymour
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.7
7/1/1922 R. F. Seymour, former head of the Department of Physical Education, visits Cedar Falls after attending the National Meeting of Boy Scout Managers in Chicago.
367 Randolph Olmsted
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.6
7/1/1922 Randolph Olmsted, son of George H. Olmsted, graduates from the Medical Department of the State University at Grand Parks, North Dakota.
368 Robert Kadesch
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.Supplement
7/1/1922 A son is born to Professor W. H. Kadesch and Mary Barnum-Kadesch on May 14, 1922.
369 Roger Leavitt
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.Supplement
7/1/1922 Treasurer Roger Leavitt attends the 40th anniversary of his graduating class in Beloit, Wisconsin.
370 Ruth Elizabeth
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.Supplement
7/1/1922 The daughter of Mary M. Smith-Ashworth dies on June 13, 1922.
371 Ruth Erlene Johnson
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.Supplement
7/1/1922 John Porter-Johnson and Alma Ida Cooper-Johnson give birth to a daughter on March 7, 1922.
372 Sarah N. King
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.Supplement
7/1/1922 Sarah N. King dies of pneumonia on March 9, 1922. The remains are to be buried at Dellas Center, Iowa.
373 Schuneman
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.Supplement
7/1/1922 The brother of the Extension Division's E. J. Schuneman dies in his garage on March 27, 1922.
374 Scott Lazear Throckmorton
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.6
7/1/1922 Scott Lazear Throckmorton plans to finish his medical studies at Pennsylvania University after two years spent as a student of the State University of Iowa.
375 Shirley Louise Cleveland
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.Supplement
7/1/1922 The daughter of A. M. Cleveland is born on March 19, 1922.
376 Spring term class
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.2
7/1/1922 Class rolls of spring graduates; list.
377 Spring term commencement address
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.3
7/1/1922 Professor Joseph Fort Newton delivers the Commencement Address.
378 Summer entertainment
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.1
7/1/1922 The committee charged with organizing summer entertainment courses presents Elias Day, Coffer-Miller, Brown Jubilee Co., Sarah M. Wilmer, and Professor S. Sadler. The Concert Band delivers four performances on the library steps.
379 Summer term
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.1
7/1/1922 Enrollment for the Summer Term was held on June 20, 1922, bringing in a total of 4,608 students. The college is estimated to exceed 5000 students by the second half of the term.
380 Supt. F. T. Vasey
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.1
7/1/1922 Superintendent F. T. Vasey delivers an address to the Men's Faculty Club on the inequality of the mental fortitude of school children, and the importance of granting students an education tailored to their abilities.
381 T. C. High School
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.2
7/1/1922 The Teachers College High School senior class performed "Peg o' my Heart" as the commencement dramatic program.
382 T. C. Junior High
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.2
7/1/1922 Mrs. Elizabeth Burney-Schmidt directs the Teachers College Junior High performance of "The Pied Piper of Hamlin". The Training School Orchestra, lead by Rose Wilcox, performs the introduction and intermission.
383 The 25th Anniversary
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.3
7/1/1922 The twenty-fifth anniversary of the Class of 1897 is celebrated with a luncheon at the Co-ed Tea Room.
384 The alumni breakfast
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.3
7/1/1922 Professors John C. Huget, J. Ralph Magee, and John C. Parish serve as speakers at the Annual Reunion and Breakfast of the Classes of 1892 and 1897.
385 The alumni register
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.1
7/1/1922 The release of the Alumni Register is delayed, but is hoped to be distributed by August 1.
386 The Cecilians
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.1
7/1/1922 The Cecilians deliver their annual performance in the Auditorium under the guidance of Professor Elizabeth Burney-Schmidt. The earnings are granted to the Student Loan Fund by vote of the members.
387 The Class of 1892
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.3
7/1/1922 The Class of 1892 returns to the Teachers College for their thirtieth reunion.
388 The Class of 1897
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.3
7/1/1922 Letters from the alumni of the Class of 1897 are read at the class luncheon.
389 The Coffer-Miller Players
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.1
7/1/1922 The Coffer-Miller Players give four performances of "The Rivals" and "The Imaginary Invalid" from June 21-22, 1922.
390 The College Annual Staff
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.2
7/1/1922 Margaret Mullarky is named editor-in-chief, and Harrison W. Busby is elected business manager by the Junior Class.
391 The Lecture Committee
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.2
7/1/1922 Professor J. B. Paul retires from his service as the Chairman of the Lecture Committee. Professors John Barnes and Winfield Scott continue to serve, along with the newly inducted W. H. Kadesch.
392 The music festival
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.1
7/1/1922 A committee consisting of J. B. Knoepfler, S. A. Lynch, E. J. Cable, Louis Begeman, Lillian V. Lambert, R. W. Getchell, C. A. Fullerton, Theodore Gundry, and John Ross organize two performances by the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.
393 The summer term
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.3
7/1/1922 The Teachers College sees record breaking enrollment for the summer term, expecting to exceed five-thousand students by the term's end.
394 Twenty-fifth anniversary
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.1
7/1/1922 Professor and Mrs. C. A. Fullerton celebrate their twenty-fifth anniversary on June 23, 1922.
395 Viola Spencer
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.8
7/1/1922 Viola Spencer serves as a special instructor of shorthand and typewriting at Syracuse University.
396 W. E. Hays
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.7
7/1/1922 Professor W. E. Hays conducted the Men's Glee Club over the summer term.
397 W. H. Gemmill
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.8
7/1/1922 W. H. Gemmill represents the Iowan state education institutions at the National Education Association in Boston, Massachusetts.
398 W. Homer Veatch
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.6
7/1/1922 W. Homer Veatch travels to Iowa by automobile from South Dakota with his wife to visit his parents in Cedar Falls.
399 W. J. Knobbs
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.5
7/1/1922 W. J. Knobbs is released from his agricultural research contract with the Iowa State College to pursue work with the Missouri State Teachers College.
400 Walter D. Rich
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.5
7/1/1922 Walter D. Rich purchases the L. H. Keep grocery after having served as an employee of the establishment.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Alumni News Letter

Questions about this service?

Contact Jaycie Vos, University Archivist
jaycie.vos@uni.edu | (319) 273-6307

 

1227 W 27th Street
Cedar Falls, Iowa 50614
(319) 273-2838  | LibAskUs@uni.edu