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Agriculture

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151 Glenn A. Bakkum
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.4
7/1/1922 Glenn A. Bakkum is named superintendent of Hudson, and will continue to fulfill his duties as an agricultural supervisor for that community.
152 H. E. Rath
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.8
7/1/1922 H. E. Rath works toward a master's degree in agriculture at the Iowa State College during the spring term.
153 Harry L. Eells
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.8
7/1/1922 Harry L. Eells receives a master's degree from the Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts in Ames.
154 James F. Treasure
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.4
7/1/1922 James F. Treasure returns to public school education after serving as a county agricultural agent in Muncie, Indiana. He seeks a position as a city superintendent in a small community.
155 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.
156 Wilbur H. Bender
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.5
7/1/1922 Wilbur H. Bender serves as a professor of agriculture at the Teachers College's teaching department.
157 Cap E. Miller
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.5
4/1/1922 Cap E. Miller is a staff member of the Agricultural College, and gave an address on "Farm Manager Recruits" at the twenty-third conference of the State Grain Growers Convention at Fargo, North Dakota.
158 Mrs. Fred E. Sanders
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.4
4/1/1922 Mildred Sanders resides on a farm near Washington, Iowa where she raises chickens.
159 W. H. Davis
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.6
4/1/1922 Former professor of agriculture, W. H. Davis, receives a doctor of philosophy degree in plant pathology at the University of Wisconsin and is appointed professor of plant pathology at Massachusetts Agricultural College.
160 W. H. Davis
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.6
4/1/1922 W. H. Davis receives his doctor of philosophy degree in plant pathology and is appointed professorship in the plant pathology department of the Massachusetts Agricultural College.
161 Cap. E. Miller
Alumni News Letter 6:1, p.5
1/1/1922 Cap E. Miller serves as a professor of farm management, and holds a seat as Chairman of Department of Agricultural Economics and Marking at the North Dakota Agricultural College.
162 Capt. E. Miller
Alumni News Letter 6:1, p.6
1/1/1922 Capt. E. Miller serves as a faculty member of the Agricultural College in Fargo, North Dakota, where he conducts research on farm management.
163 Frank L. Byrnes
Alumni News Letter 6:1, p.6
1/1/1922 Frank L. Byrnes and Hazel S. Webster-Byrnes farm in Petersburg, North Dakota.
164 Paul R. Farlow
Alumni News Letter 6:1, p.5
1/1/1922 Paul R. Farlow earns a position as an agricultural agent with the Illinois Central Railroad.
165 Carl E. Axtell
Alumni News Letter 5:4, p.4
10/1/1921 Carl and Eunice Axtell operate an eight-hundred acre farm in Gallatin Valley, Montana. Together they raise cattle and grow both wheat and hay.
166 Clara M. Sutter
Alumni News Letter 5:4, p.5
10/1/1921 Clara M. Sutter serves as the state poultry expert of South Dakota, working out of the State Agricultural College in Brookings.
167 Club picnic
Alumni News Letter 5:4, p.1
10/1/1921 The Black Hawk County Poultry and Potato Clubs hold a picnic on college grounds. Professor F. E. Fuller and Superintendent Moeller attend.
168 George L. Martin
Alumni News Letter 5:4, p.5
10/1/1921 George L. Martin taught dairying at an agricultural college in Dakota, and later in Montana after graduating from Iowa State College.
169 J. F. Treasure
Alumni News Letter 5:4, p.4
10/1/1921 James F. Treasure serves as the head of the Cooperative Extension Work in Agriculture and Home Economics for the State of Indiana.
170 James S. Fields
Alumni News Letter 5:4, p.4
10/1/1921 James and Bertha Fields conduct specialized farming and seed raising in Saskatchewan, Canada.
171 C. E. Cavett
Alumni News Letter 5:3, p.5
7/1/1921 C. E. Cavett serves as director of vocational education in North Dakota, where he hopes to earn a degree in agricultural education at the North Dakota Agricultural College.
172 Clara Sutter
Alumni News Letter 5:3, p.5
7/1/1921 Miss Clara Sutter accepts work as a poultry specialist at the South Dakota Agricultural College after three years of service as a Black Hawk County home demonstration agent.
173 Peter Luteyn
Alumni News Letter 5:3, p.3
7/1/1921 Professor Peter Luteyn, former professor of mathematics, decides to return to the field of education after a brief agricultural, educational, and religious project in Washington.
174 Wallace J. Knobbs
Alumni News Letter 5:3, p.5
7/1/1921 Wallace J. Knobbs studies at Iowa State College, where he will earn his Bachelor's Degree in Agricultural Education.
175 Hudson wins in cattle judging
College Eye 12:28, p.3
4/6/1921 Won first in dairy judging at state.
176 Consolidation going on in spite of depression
College Eye 12:27, p.2
3/30/1921 Progress despite agricultural problems.
177 Consolidated school club
College Eye 12:22, p.5
2/16/1921 Winfield Scott addressed the group on agriculture.
178 Untitled
College Eye 12:19, p.2
1/26/1921 Professor Eells spoke to leading agricultural authorities.
179 Bakkum makes hit at I. S. T. A.
College Eye 12:12, p.2
11/17/1920 Spoke about ideas on public school agriculture education.
180 Professor Winfield Scott
Alumni News Letter 4:3, p.5
7/1/1920 Winfield Scott has been authorized to conduct laboratory in animal husbandry and agriculture education off campus.
181 I.S.T.C. boys teaching farming
Alumni News Letter 4:2, p.5
4/1/1920 Walter D. Bender, Harold G. Frisby, and E. E. Sage held Smith-Hughes Extension School for farm boys in various parts of the state.
182 Natural Science
College Eye 11:25, p.2
3/24/1920 News from the Department of Natural Science.
183 Prof. Scott addresses Iowa Club
College Eye 11:22, p.2
3/3/1920 Winfield Scott gave speech on the benefits of agricultural scientific management.
184 Iowa Club Monday
College Eye 11:21, p.3
2/25/1920 Professor Scott will speak on agricultural opportunities in Iowa.
185 Unusual demand for men teachers
College Eye 11:12, p.8
12/3/1919 Especially for men who can teach manual training, agriculture, and physical education.
186 Editorially Speaking
College Eye 11:9, p.4
11/12/1919 Praises Clarence Brown's performance on the football field; suggests needed building improvements at I. S. T. C.
187 Professor Winfield Scott
College Eye 10:15, p.5
2/19/1919 Addressed the Cedar Falls Vegetable Growers Association in the Commercial Club rooms Tuesday.
188 Palmer will help eradicate rusts
College Eye 9:28, p.6
5/1/1918 Professor Palmer has been drafted to join the national food conservation department to help with grain growing.
189 Prof. Palmer talks to the country truck growers association
College Eye 9:20, p.2
2/27/1918 Twenty-five members were present; discussed methods of growing onions.
190 Prof. Palmer
College Eye 9:15, p.7
1/23/1918 Professor Palmer gave a talk about the Truck Growers' Association and how to choose high quality potato seed.
191 Iowa Club
College Eye 9:6, p.1
10/24/1917 Discussion of Iowa farming; roster of officers.
192 Professor Reuben McKitrick
College Eye 9:3, p.3
10/3/1917 Professor Reuben McKitrick will advise the State Council of National Defense on the milk situation in Iowa.
193 Black Hawk corn contest; five hundred dollars prize money
College Eye 8:29, p.1
5/16/1917 Black Hawk County hosts corn-growing contest; five hundred dollars in gold contributed by James Black.
194 Honorable dismissals
College Eye 8:28, p.6
5/9/1917 Roster of students dismissed from school for military service or farm work.
195 Plans for agriculture
College Eye 8:22, p.6
3/28/1917 Due to expansion of the grounds after the purchase of eight acres of land near the old factory, instruction in agriculture is possible for the spring and summer terms.
196 Iowa Club
College Eye 8:18, p.3
2/14/1917 News from Iowa Club meeting; publication of Mr. McKitrick's address to the club.
197 The Iowa Club
College Eye 8:11, p.2
11/29/1916 Club holds debate on whether or not Iowa should divide land into smaller farms.
198 Demonstration schools corn judging contest
College Eye 7:15, p.5
1/26/1916 Teams participating to receive prizes from J. S. Latta & Co.
199 Champion boy corn grower of Black Hawk County selected
College Eye 7:10, p.3
11/24/1915 Parker Lichty received a free trip to the San Francisco Exposition for yielding 102 bushels of corn from one acre of land.
200 An open letter
College Eye 7:6, p.2
10/27/1915 Description of plan for practical agriculture in school.

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