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451 Dramatic declamatory contest
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.3
4/1/1922 Gladys Lynch, Dale Welch, and Florence Begeman win the top positions at the declamatory contest held in the auditorium.
452 Dramatic programs
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.1
4/1/1922 The Lecture Committee presents performances of Henrik Ibsen's "Ghosts" and "Master Builder", featuring Madame Borgny Hammer and Rolf Fjell.
453 Dual debate
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.3
4/1/1922 Ivan Maxson, Dale Welch, Ivan Fenn, Earl London, Glen Moon, and Leo Friis represent the Teachers College at a dual debate held in Dubuque by I. S. T. C. and Dubuque University.
454 Duncan Campbell
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.8
4/1/1922 Duncan Campbell, father of Professor Macy Campbell, died on March 14, 1922 in Cedar Heights, Iowa.
455 Edna Fearer
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.5
4/1/1922 Edna Fearer teaches in the All Saints School at Sioux Falls, South Dakota and is granted an advance in salary.
456 Eleanor Gray-Richeson
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.4
4/1/1922 Eleanor Gray-Richeson cares for her young boy in Benton, Illinois with her husband, who works as a credit manager for the county.
457 Elizabeth B. Harding
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.6
4/1/1922 Elizabeth B. Harding resigns from the library staff to seek an appointment with greater responsibility.
458 Ellen Walpole
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.8
4/1/1922 Ellen Walpole died on in the March of 1921. She had been serving as a teacher in the West Junior High School in Sioux City, Iowa.
459 Elmer E. Harrison
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.3
4/1/1922 Elmer E. Harrison serves as the office manager of the Denver Rock Drill Manufacturing Company.
460 Elsie Mary Oleson
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.3
4/1/1922 Elsie Mary Oleson returns to her nursing studies at the State University after a period of recuperation.
461 Elsie Satterlee
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.8
4/1/1922 Elsie Satterlee and Frank E. Dunbar were married in South Dakota on January 3, 1922.
462 Erma L. Krout
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.6
4/1/1922 Erma L. Krout is the County Superintendent of Mahaska County with an office in Oskaloosa.
463 Eva Cresswell
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.4
4/1/1922 Eva Crosswell drafts a sixteen page booklet titled "The Story of Muscatine".
464 Eva Margaret Donahue
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.8
4/1/1922 Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Donahue give birth to Eva Margaret Donahue on February 7, 1922.
465 Fern Fitzsimons
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.6
4/1/1922 Fern Fitzsimons is in her third year of teaching mathematics at the high school in Fort Dodge.
466 Folk dances
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.3
4/1/1922 The Physical Education Department for Women conducts research on Midwestern dance. Miss Monica Wild is assisted in her research by Josiah Petty, an eighty-three year old musician from Perry, Iowa.
467 Frank M. Phillips
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.3
4/1/1922 Frank M. Phillips compiles a report titled "Lead Poisoning in the Pottery Trades" for the United States government. Copies can be obtained through the Superintendent of Documents in Washington, D. C.
468 Frank R. Willis
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.5
4/1/1922 Judge Frank R. Willis represents the Teachers College at the inauguration of President Van Kleinsman at the University of Southern California.
469 Fred D. Cram
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.5
4/1/1922 Fred D. Cram is appointed chairman of a committee which will report to the Iowa State Teachers Association on the advisability of a placement bureau to be conducted by the Association.
470 George Hendrickson
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.4
4/1/1922 George Hendrickson is reelected as superintendent of the Thornsburg Consolidated School.
471 George R. D. Kramer
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.6
4/1/1922 George R. D. Kramer resigns as the secretary to the Young Men's Christian Association in Oskaloosa.
472 Gladys E. Bell
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.8
4/1/1922 Gladys E. Bell is married to Gaylord E. Gasal on March 19, 1922. The ceremony is performed by Professor Eugene Allen.
473 Gladys Parker
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.8
4/1/1922 Gladys Parker and Richard G. Glawe are married and will reside on a farm near Aurelia, Iowa.
474 Grace I. Kettleson
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.5
4/1/1922 Grace I. Kettleson is elected county superintendent of schools at Dickinson County, Iowa.
475 Grace S. Kettleson
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.4
4/1/1922 Grace S. Kettleson is appointed superintendent of schools for Newton, Iowa.
476 Harriet Cunningham
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.4
4/1/1922 Harriet Cunningham is appointed President of the National Association of Employed Officers of the Young Women's Christian Association at the Cleveland Conference.
477 Hazel Bartholf
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.4
4/1/1922 Hazel Bartholf serves as a primary teacher in the public schools of Pocatello, Idaho.
478 Helen Freeman
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.6
4/1/1922 Helen Freeman serves as music supervisor at Orient Consolidated School.
479 Herbert George Bley
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.8
4/1/1922 Mr. and Mrs. Herbert George Bley give birth to a daughter on February 15, 1922 in Los Angeles, California.
480 Herman Casewell Hemenway
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.7
4/1/1922 Herman Casewell Hemenway died on January 27, 1922. Hemenway was in charge of the bill which created the Normal School in 1876 as a member of the House of Representatives in the 16th General Assembly.
481 High school basket ball
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.2
4/1/1922 The Teachers College basketball team emerges victorious from their game against the Cedar Falls High School.
482 High school commencement
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.1
4/1/1922 Professor D. S. Wright serves as the chaplain of the 1922 commencement ceremony. The Girls' Glee Club gives a performance, accompanied by Louise Fuerste on violin. President Homer Horatio Seerley and Eva May Luse speak.
483 Homer Veatch
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.5
4/1/1922 Homer Veatch acts as head of the Department of Public Speaking at the Dakota Wesleyan University. His team of students placed first in the triangular debate with Yankton and Morningside Colleges.
484 Hon I. J. McDuffie
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.7
4/1/1922 Former Board of Trustees member, I. J. McDuffie, recovers from a broken leg suffered In January.
485 Hon. Herman C. Hemenway
Wright--David Sands (Mathematics Faculty)
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.Supplement 1
4/1/1922 Biography of Hemenway, including personal letter and photograph; photo.
486 Hon. Roger Leavitt
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.7
4/1/1922 Roger Leavitt is elected president of the Bunker Hill chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution at their annual meeting in Waterloo. Leavitt is a former member of the Board of Education and current treasurer of the Teachers College.
487 Ida Strawn Baker
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.4
4/1/1922 Ida Strawn Baker resides in Indianapolis, Indiana with her husband, where they work for the Waldercraft Company. Mrs. Baker is associated with the Boston Society of Arts and Crafts, the Handicraft Guild of Indiana, and the Women's Rotary Club.
488 Inspecting colleges
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.1
4/1/1922 The Inter-College Committee sends their agents to determine the efficiency of Iowa schools.
489 Invocation: a prayer for a day of commemoration
Carpenter--Jennette (English Faculty)
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.Supplement 6
4/1/1922 Prayer.
490 Iowa Collegiate Women's Forensic League
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.3
4/1/1922 The Iowa Collegiate Women's Forensic League holds their annual meeting and oratorical contest at Morningside College. The topic of discussion was "Limitation of Armaments"
491 Iowa wins
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.2
4/1/1922 Professors E. D. Starbuck, C. P. Colegrove, Fred D. Cram, Ernest Horn, A. T. Hukill, and J. D. Stoops participate in the National Institution for Moral Instruction in Washington, D. D.
492 J. Percival Huget
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.5
4/1/1922 James P. Huget makes plans to attend Teachers College Commencement exercises, and Miriam Huget receives her Master's degree from Columbia University.
493 James Whitford Hoskins
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.8
4/1/1922 James W. Hoskins and Elsie Whitford-Hoskins give birth to a son.
494 Jeanette Caroline Gilkerson
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.5
4/1/1922 Jeanette Caroline Gilkerson is elected president of the Big Sisters of the Young Women's Christian Association.
495 John Earl Gustason
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.8
4/1/1922 John E. Gustason is born to E. E. and S. Marie Merryman-Gustason on February 6, 1922.
496 John H. Beveridge
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.7
4/1/1922 Former member of the Education Department, John H. Beveridge, is elected President of the Department of Superintendence of the National Education Association at their Chicago meeting.
497 John R. Slacks
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.7
4/1/1922 The Rural Education Department's John R. Slacks performs consultation work for the Extension Division with state normal high schools.
498 John S. Hilliard
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.3
4/1/1922 John S. Hilliard is appointed superintendent of schools in Estherville, Iowa.
499 John W. Campbell
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.1
4/1/1922 John W. Campbell serves as the postmaster of Ryder, North Dakota for his seventh year.
500 June Emery
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.5
4/1/1922 June Emery, county superintendent at Madison, South Dakota is appointed President of the South Dakota Education Association.

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