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Quarterly News Letter to the Alumni

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1 A. N. Wray
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1/1/1917 Wray still employed at Northern Normal and Industrial School of South Dakota.
2 Alumni notes
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1/1/1917 Alumni received degrees and promotions from State University of Iowa; other alumni news.
3 An Iowa school desk
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1/1/1917 Frank W. Else has invented adjustable school desk.
4 Blanch L. Vance, 1896
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1/1/1917 Has held position of President of Los Angeles City Teachers' Club since 1909.
5 Commencement reunions
Begeman--Mary Whitworth (Mrs. Louis)
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1/1/1917 Classes of 1882, 1887, 1892, 1897, 1902, 1907, and 1912 are urged to return at commencement time for their reunions.
6 Edward D. Chassell, 1882
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1/1/1917 Appointed member of Iowa Board of Railroad Commissioners.
7 Florence Knox
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1/1/1917 Knox employed by School of Education at the University of Utah.
8 Forest C. Ensign, 1895
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1/1/1917 Employment history of Forest Ensign, who is Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Iowa State Teachers Association.
9 James F. Treasure
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1/1/1917 Treasure is County Agricultural Agent at Muncie, Indiana.
10 James H. Kelley, 1897
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1/1/1917 Chosen as president of the joint Colorado State Teachers Association for this year.
11 Karl Buren Stein, 1904
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1/1/1917 Karl Buren and Enola Pearl Pierce Stein founded the Auditorium Musical Dramatic Conservatory of Chicago.
12 Merton L. Fuller
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1/1/1917 Co-wrote "First Course in General Science".
13 Missionaries returned
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1/1/1917 Mary D. McDonald and Delpha Davis are vacationing in U. S. from their missionary work.
14 Mrs. Mary A. Crew Boedcher, 1891
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1/1/1917 Boedcher received appreciation for her work as County Superintendent of Schools at Ellensburg, Washington.
15 President George N. Briggs
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1/1/1917 Briggs will be president of Graceland College in Lamoni, Iowa.
16 Resident student organization
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1/1/1917 Classes were organized, given space in Auditorium, and selected a sponsor last year. Sponsors represent the classes in college business.
17 Rev. Charles H. Kamphoefner, 1898
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1/1/1917 Will become Assistant Secretary of the Educational Jubilee Fund Committee of the Methodist Episcopal Church. He raised a large endowment for Morningside College.
18 Rev. M. M. Ries
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1/1/1917 Ries now a member of the teaching staff at De Paul University.
19 Rev. O. B. Chassell, Ella Buckingham Chassell
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1/1/1917 The Chassells are editors of "The Iowa Methodist" in Mt. Vernon. A summary of their children's activities is given.
20 The alumni register
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1/1/1917 Full register of alumni is under production and all alumni are encouraged to report.
21 The Des Moines reunion
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1/1/1917 Alumni reunion and supper held November 3.
22 The fall term 1916
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1/1/1917 1675 enrolled for fall and fifty graduated last term.
23 The Teachers College and the General Assembly
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1/1/1917 General Assembly has approved fund appropriations.
24 War prison relief
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1/1/1917 Faculty and staff contributed $2500 for prison camp relief work to the World's Christian Students Federation campaign.
25 Absent on leave
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9/1/1916 E. J. Cable, R. D. Daugherty, and E. L. Palmer will be on leave beginning this year and W. H. Davis and J. O. Perrine are returning from their leaves.
26 David Sands Wright
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9/1/1916 Wright has been appointed College Historian and Supervisor of Religious Education; he will compile a history of the institution to be published in 1926.
27 Faculty promotions
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9/1/1916 List of faculty members recently receiving promotions.
28 Ida Fesenbeck, 1894
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9/1/1916 Fesenbeck will transfer from Teaching Department to the Rural Education Department.
29 Leslie I. Reed, 1900
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9/1/1916 Reed will be employed by the college beginning this fall as Advisor of Men, Educational Examiner, and Advisor of Freshmen, along with other duties in Registrar's Office.
30 Marriages
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9/1/1916 W. H. Kadesch will marry Mary Barnum, and former faculty member W. T. Morgan will marry Chloe Siner.
31 New bulletins
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9/1/1916 "Progress in Rural Education" and "Extension Work" were published recently, and Macy Campbell and Irving Hart have been working on improving the Extension Division.
32 Other appointments
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9/1/1916 List of faculty appointments at the College for fall.
33 President George Stuart Dick
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9/1/1916 Kearney State Normal School has benefited from the leadership of their current president and TC graduate George S. Dick.
34 Robert Fullerton
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9/1/1916 Employment and educational background of Robert Fullerton.
35 The catalog of 1916
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9/1/1916 Annual bulletin now being distributed.
36 The Iowa educational office
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9/1/1916 Alumni are employed as inspectors for the Department of Public Instruction.
37 The summer term
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9/1/1916 2466 were enrolled for summer term and 126 graduated August 29.
38 Thirty years
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9/1/1916 Training of teachers has improved over the past thirty years.
39 Alumni in college and university work
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7/1/1916 Continuation of the list of alumni who are employed at the State University of Iowa.
40 Athletics during spring term
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7/1/1916 Review of athletic events and effectiveness of new "Educational Athletics" policy inaugurated last fall.
41 Clarence Ray Aurner, author
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7/1/1916 Aurner has authored six volumes of "History of Education in Iowa".
42 Clyde O. Ruggles, author
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7/1/1916 Ruggles wrote monograph containing history of State Normal School at Winona, Minnesota.
43 Doctor of philosophy
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7/1/1916 Philo Fay Hammond received Doctor of Philosophy degree from Stanford University.
44 Dr. Edward E. Rall
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7/1/1916 Edward E. Rall elected President of Northwestern Evangelical College in Naperville, Illinois.
45 Oratory for 1916
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7/1/1916 Ruth Egbert Imlay won first place at the Oratorical League of State Normal Schools.
46 Professor C. P. Colegrove
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7/1/1916 Colegrove has accepted the presidency of Upper Iowa University.
47 Professor G. W. Walters
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7/1/1916 G. W. Walters will be Acting Head of the Department of Education for this year.
48 The Extension Department
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7/1/1916 13,992 students were enrolled in Saturday classes in ninety-seven Iowa counties.
49 The May Fete
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7/1/1916 Parade, operetta, and Cedar Falls Concert Band performance marked the May 17 May Day celebration.
50 The spring term graduating class
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7/1/1916 242 students graduated with diplomas, certificates, and degrees in spring term.

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