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Branch Summer Schools

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Title Date Summary
151 Art teachers speak at Branch schools
College Eye 35:37, p.4
152 Dr. M. J. Nelson addresses all three Branch summer schools
College Eye 35:37, p.3
7/7/1944 News from the branch summer schools.
153 Tea initiates art exhibit on Monday
College Eye 35:37, p.1
7/7/1944 Work by Lucie M. Palmer and also the work of branch summer school students will be on display.
154 Dr. Leland Sage addresses Atlantic branch student body
College Eye 35:36, p.4
6/30/1944 News from the branch summer schools.
155 Estherville summer school votes for no school July 4
Public Relations News Release 35:35, p.6
6/23/1944 News from the branch summer schools.
156 T. C. enrollment reaches 1451
Public Relations News Release 35:35, p.1
6/23/1944 Breakdown of on and off-campus enrollment.
157 Atlantic branch summer school has largest enrollment
College Eye 35:34, p.4
6/16/1944 News from the branch summer schools.
158 President Malcolm Price speaks Monday to the Branch schools
College Eye 35:33, p.6
6/9/1944 Will speak at Mt. Ayr, Estherville, and Atlantic.
159 Enrollment outlook is good; wartime inroads have had only minimum effect
College Eye 35:32, p.1
6/2/1944 Between 800 and 900 are enrolled.
160 Branch summer school heads named
Alumnus 28:2, p.12
4/1/1944 Sessions will be held at Atlantic, Mr. Ayr, and Estherville.
161 Dr. Erbe establishes branch schools for twelve-week students
College Eye 35:24, p.6
3/24/1944 Will head Estherville branch; Miss Shepherd will lead Mr. Ayr branch and Professor Paul will had Atlantic branch.
162 Branch school hears speaker describe Russian conditions
College Eye 34:41, p.4
8/13/1943 News from branch summer schools.
163 Corning Branch summer school has student talent assembly
College Eye 34:40, p.4
8/6/1943 News from branch summer schools.
164 Corning Branch School debates 'Is our history taught well?'
College Eye 34:39, p.4
7/30/1943 News from the branch summer schools.
165 Branch school at Corning visited by board member
College Eye 34:38, p.4
7/23/1943 News from the branch summer schools.
166 Branch schools completed six-week session July 13
College Eye 34:37, p.4
7/16/1943 News from branch summer schools.
167 Branch School student art work shown at Sheldon this week
College Eye 34:36, p.4
7/9/1943 News from the branch summer schools.
168 Branch School now having new demonstration series
College Eye 34:35, p.6
7/2/1943 News from the branch summer schools.
169 Branch School art classes sketch pigs, cows in fields
College Eye 34:34, p.4
170 Harris duet give recitals for schools
College Eye 34:34, p.4
6/25/1943 Henry and Fanny Harris will perform at branch summer schools.
171 Dr. Sage to address Branch School students on post-war settlements
College Eye 34:33, p.4
6/18/1943 Series of lectures and concerts offered at branch summer schools.
172 President Price visits Sheldon branch school
College Eye 34:32, p.1
6/11/1943 Scheduled to speak in Sheldon.
173 Branch summer schools open at three centers in state
College Eye 34:31, p.4
6/4/1943 Located at Sheldon, Missouri Valley, and Corning.
174 Erbe, Paul, Shepherd will head Branch School sessions
College Eye 34:25, p.3
175 Hart announces branch schools for Southwest Iowa students
College Eye 34:24, p.1
4/2/1943 Branch summer schools will be conducted in Missouri Valley, Sheldon, and Corning; photo.
176 Panel will discuss summer schools at next faculty meeting
College Eye 34:8, p.1
10/30/1942 Will discuss schools held at Red Oak, Creston, and Dennison.
177 Beard speaks on teaching of citizenship
College Eye 33:44, p.4
8/14/1942 At Montgomery County meeting.
178 Research at Red Oak finds median salary
College Eye 33:43, p.3
179 Reading habits studied at Red Oak
College Eye 33:42, p.4
7/31/1942 Description of class work at the branch summer school.
180 Red Oak has display of child books
College Eye 33:41, p.4
7/24/1942 Arranged by Miss Boehlje.
181 Red Oak school continues term
College Eye 33:40, p.4
182 Branch schools are hosts to President Price
College Eye 33:39, p.2
7/10/1942 News from the branch summer schools.
183 College Orchestra tours branch schools July 7, 8, 9
College Eye 33:38, p.4
7/3/1942 News from the branch summer schools.
184 Branch schools meet emergency
Alumnus 26:3, p.2
7/1/1942 Will offer schools in Red Oak, Creston, and Denison.
185 Music, dinners, lectures, sports, at T.C. branches
College Eye 33:37, p.4
6/26/1942 Lengthy description of programs at Creston and Denison.
186 Branch schools receive full program schedule
College Eye 33:36, p.4
187 Enrollment largest since 1930
College Eye 33:36, p.1
6/19/1942 Enrollment is 2050, including those at branch summer schools.
188 Symphony orchestra leaves on four day tour, July 6
College Eye 33:36, p.4
6/19/1942 Will visit branch summer schools.
189 Branch school enrollment up at three centers
College Eye 33:35, p.4
190 Responsibility extended
College Eye 33:34, p.5
6/3/1942 President Malcolm Price will head branch summer schools; photo.
191 Will 'carry' summer school to students throughout state
College Eye 33:34, p.1
6/3/1942 Branch summer schools located in Red Oak, Creston, and Denison.
192 Plan branch summer schools
College Eye 33:27, p.1
4/10/1942 In Red Oak, Creston, and Denison; first branch summer schools since 1937; offered in hopes of relieving teacher shortage.
193 Branch summer school news
College Eye 28:39, p.3
7/2/1937 News from Denison.
194 Branch school
College Eye 28:37, p.3
6/18/1937 News from Denison.
195 School opens at Denison
College Eye 28:35, p.1
6/2/1937 Nine faculty will teach at the branch summer school there.
196 School opens at Denison
College Eye 28:34, p.1
5/28/1937 Nine faculty members are at the Branch Summer School there.
197 Denison is selected for branch school
College Eye 28:15, p.2
1/8/1937 Ten members of the faculty will teach there.
198 Bloomer school holds Teachers branch at Council Bluffs now
College Eye 27:11, p.4
8/7/1936 History of the Bloomers.
199 High winds hit branch school
College Eye 27:9, p.4
7/24/1936 Trees and wires down.
200 Branch briefs
College Eye 27:8, p.4
7/17/1936 News from the Branch Summer School.


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