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Agriculture

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101 Farmworkers exploited for decades
Kirk--Doug
Northern Iowan 71:39, p.2
2/21/1975 Supports boycotts.
102 Lab Photos
Old Gold 0:0, p.9
6/1/1955 Three photos of students working in the labs are fatured on this page. In the photos, students are sorting grain, distilling water, and testing electrical equipment; photos.
103 Science Laboratory
Old Gold 0:0, p.8
6/1/1955 Photo of the science laboratory; photo
104 Harold G. Palmer, head of industrial arts department will visit Hanlontown, May 17, to give this year's commencement address
Public Relations News Release 1950:339, p.1
4/27/1951 Palmer's first teaching job was at Hanlontown over 33 years ago. He taught there most of the 1917-1918 school year and his subjects, he recalled, included agriculture, industrial arts, physics, history, physiography and band.
105 Announce faculty for Teachers conservation camp
Public Relations News Release 1950:274, p.1
3/22/1951 Studies in soils, water and forests will be the major phases of this summer's second annual camp at Springbrook Park, near Guthrie Center. Gilbert W. Mouser will direct the camp for the second straight year.
106 Slavers leave tribe of "Freemen" in Liberia
Public Relations News Release 1950:205, p.1
2/8/1951 The story is told by 25-year-old Moses Weefur, Liberian school teacher who's in the United States for six months of study. Weefur said the Vai (as in "tie") tribe in the Liberian hinterland is conscious of its "non-slavery record."
107 Liberian teacher visits ISTC campus
Public Relations News Release 1950:172, p.1
1/11/1951 The first Liberian to study in this country under the Information Exchange Act of 1948 is 25-year-old Moses K. Weefur. His purpose is to study elementary education and its applications to an agricultural area such as the Liberian hinterland.
108 TC Professor Leaves for South America
Public Relations News Release 1950:113, p.1
11/6/1950 Donald R. Scott, assistant professor of rural education will fly to Quito, Ecuador where he will help the ministry of education set up in-service and pre-service (normal school) teacher education programs.
109 Beginning Teacher Salaries Announced
Public Relations News Release 1950:62, p.1
10/10/1950 The "good ol' days" when school teachers got $8 a month plus room and board are gone forever--and good riddance, says E. W. Goetch. The 9-month salaries for beginning teachers placed this fall range from $200 to over $400 per month.
110 Vocational Courses Include Business
Public Relations News Release 1950:65, p.1
10/10/1950 One of the more unique high school vocational training courses is the "Distributive Education" (or D-E) program of part-time school work and part-time practical selling experience in a retail store. Pupils in 13 Iowa high schools are benefiting.
111 Campus AG Club announces new officers
Public Relations News Release 1950:38, p.1
9/29/1950 Sigma Gamma Kappa, campus agriculture club announced new officers elected for the fall quarter. The club will sponsor a parade float and social hour during the homecoming weekend. New officers listed.
112 Culline for photo
Public Relations News Release 1946:115, p.1
4/13/1946 Students photographed aiding farmer with corn harvest.
113 Students to aid Dike farmer
Public Relations News Release 1946:113, p.1
4/12/1946 Twenty men from ISTC will pick corn by hand for Jim Peterson. Wind has blown down the corn. The men appreciate Peterson allowing them to visit his farm for their ag classes.
114 Allan B. Kline addresses assembly
Public Relations News Release 1945:83, p.1
4/4/1945 President of the Iowa Farm Bureau stated that in the midst of the postwar period America should say it can't be done.
115 President of the Iowa Farm Bureau to address an assembly
Public Relations News Release 1945:80, p.1
4/2/1945 Allan B. Kline's address is entitled, "The Relation of Iowa's Agricultural Welfare to the Nation's Welfare".
116 'Opportunities for farm youth' will be discussed
College Eye 30:41, p.1
8/4/1939 Will hold panel discussion.
117 Dr. Scott teaches agriculture the practical way
College Eye 28:0, p.4
8/13/1937 Takes students on frequent field trips; has used a variety of transportation.
118 What hay baling at teachers college! Yes, now it's come to this
College Eye 28:13, p.4
12/11/1936 Science students make tiny bales of hay.
119 More than fourth of nation's best soil in corn state
College Eye 26:41, p.3
5/3/1935
120 Dr. Scott offers to give bee instruction
College Eye 26:39, p.4
4/19/1935 To 4-H members.
121 Commencement address delivered by S. A. Lynch
Public Relations News Release 1934:589, p.5
8/24/1934 Program for the ceremony.
122 Agriculture class sees experiments at Ames Monday
College Eye 26:8, p.1
7/27/1934 Class takes field trip to Ames experimental farms.
123 David Irvine is one of the graduates who has a coaching position in an Iowa school this fall
Public Relations News Release 1934:549, p.1
7/1/1934 Profile
124 Kenneth Allbee is one of twenty-three graduates who have coaching positions this fall
Public Relations News Release 1934:568, p.1
7/1/1934 Profile
125 Mahlon Hintzman accepted teaching and coaching position
Public Relations News Release 1934:569, p.1
7/1/1934 Profile
126 William Meyer is one of the graduates who have a coaching position set up for the fall
Public Relations News Release 1934:553, p.1
7/1/1934 Profile
127 Dr. Scott will discuss "The Farmer's Plight"
College Eye 25:28, p.4
1/26/1934
128 "Make hay while the sun shines," says O. R. Clark, natural science professor
College Eye 23:6, p.1
7/10/1931 Professor Clark conducts farm research in addition to his teaching duties.
129 Movies on agriculture are shown by natural science department
College Eye 23:5, p.3
7/3/1931
130 Iowa Club presents movie "Romance of the Reaper"
College Eye 22:27, p.6
4/17/1931
131 Cap E. Miller
Alumnus 14:3, p.25
7/1/1930 Professor of agricultural economics at North Dakota Agricultural College, Fargo, North Dakota, was elected as president of the North Dakota Sons of the American Revolution at the meeting of the North Dakota Society in April.
132 School teaches farmers to turn sunshine and soil into silver
College Eye 21:25, p.1
3/28/1930 Highlights of address by G. F. Ekstrom at elementary education conference.
133 Iowa farmers are going to school
Public Relations News Release 1929:371, p.1
3/27/1930 Farmers become non-traditional students
134 Wounds from the sudden post-war slump
Public Relations News Release 1929:31, p.1
10/23/1929 Farmers are suffering economically due to various circumstances, according to Mabel Carey of Columbia University.
135 Mrs. Hatch says farm relief is the big issue
College Eye 20:8, p.1
11/1/1928 Verna L. Hatch speaks on the agricultural situation.
136 Danish farms of 1928
College Eye 19:47, p.4
8/16/1928 Danish student explains farms in Denmark.
137 Editorially speaking
Christensen--Ethel L. (Class of 1929)
College Eye 19:46, p.4
8/10/1928 Student explains differences between Danish and American farms.
138 Agriculture students inspect equipment at Iowa State College
College Eye 19:43, p.1
7/19/1928 Professor Rath leads trip there.
139 Dairy cattle class take field trip
College Eye 19:42, p.1
7/12/1928 Visited farm.
140 700 farmers and wives study at U. of Minnesota
College Eye 19:22, p.1
2/15/1928 Classes offered in agriculture and homemaking.
141 Put Iowa farm land value at two billion; auditor places assessed value at $66.35 per acre
College Eye 18:51, p.8
7/27/1927
142 Farm Bulletin U. S. best seller
College Eye 18:27, p.7
1/26/1927
143 Gov. Hammill and F. O. Lowden speak before conference
College Eye 17:26, p.1
12/9/1925 Highlights of conference devoted to rural and consolidated schools.
144 Charles Hearst
College Eye 17:24, p.2
11/25/1925 Charles J. Hearst injured hand in farm accident; expected to recover.
145 Official notices
College Eye 17:24, p.5
11/25/1925 Program for the ninth annual consolidated schools conference.
146 Ag classes visit Cattle Congress
College Eye 17:16, p.6
9/30/1925
147 "AG" students testing corn for planting
College Eye 16:27, p.8
3/25/1925 Have been making field trips to farms.
148 Campbell speaks to Rotary Club of Waterloo
College Eye 16:17, p.6
1/14/1925 Macy Campbell spoke on situation of American farmer.
149 Teachers College alumnus is inventor of valuable shocking machine; Glasener Shocker
College Eye 15:32, p.1
4/23/1924 Glasener brothers invent grain shocking machine; photo.
150 Prof. Smith
College Eye 15:11, p.8
11/14/1923 Visited the college.

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