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Chimes (Honor Society)

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Title Date Summary
51 Organizational News
Northern Iowan 68:14, p.5
11/2/1971 Activities and meetings.
52 Organizational News
Northern Iowan 68:9, p.12
10/15/1971 Activities and meetings.
53 Organization News
Northern Iowan 68:4, p.8
9/28/1971 Activities and meetings.
54 Organizational News
Northern Iowan 68:3, p.12
9/24/1971 Activities and meetings.
55 Organizational News
Northern Iowan 67:50, p.12
5/4/1971 Activities and meetings.
56 Organizational News
Northern Iowan 67:50, p.12
5/4/1971 Activities and meetings.
57 'Chimes' explanation
Northern Iowan 67:49, p.3
4/30/1971 Initiates will wear symbols of their membership.
58 Chimes
UNI Quarterly 2:3, p.30
4/1/1971 Group photo.
59 Organizational News
Northern Iowan 67:39, p.5
3/16/1971 Activities and meetings.
60 Tipton woman Named UNI "Mother of the Year"
Public Relations News Release 1969:530, p.1
4/21/1970 Patricia Geadelmann's mother has been named UNI's "Mother of the Year" and will reign over Mother's Day activities on campus April 25 and 26.
61 Organizational News
Public Relations News Release 66:43, p.8
3/17/1970 Activities and meetings.
62 Organizational News
Northern Iowan 66:41, p.8
3/10/1970 Activities and meetings.
63 Organizational News
Northern Iowan 66:40, p.8
3/6/1970 Activities and meetings.
64 Organization News
Northern Iowan 66:37, p.5
2/24/1970 Activities and meetings.
65 Organizational News
Northern Iowan 66:31, p.4
2/3/1970 Activities and meetings.
66 Behind the scenes
UNI Quarterly 1:2, p.4
1/1/1970 Campus news wrap-up consisting of short articles about many people and events; photo.
67 Organizational News
Northern Iowan 66:15, p.4
10/28/1969 Activities and meetings.
68 Special Women's Day today
Northern Iowan 65:55, p.5
5/2/1969 Will recognize and honor women.
69 Chimes
Northern Iowan 65:22, p.8
11/22/1968 Will honor international women students.
70 Chimes
Northern Iowan 65:19, p.4
11/12/1968 Will sponsor recognition dinner.
71 Students serve their fellow men
Alumnus 53:2, p.12
5/1/1968 Report of survey of over one hundred organizations on their activities shows many involved in altruistic work; photo.
72 Applications for Chimes now available
Northern Iowan 64:39, p.16
73 Eligibility announced for Chimes
College Eye 63:40, p.8
74 Chimes, Torch and Tassel initiate 29 new members
College Eye 59:38, p.3
5/4/1965 List of new members.
75 111 initiated into 3 women's honoraries
College Eye 58:28, p.5
5/8/1964 List of those initiated into Torch and Tassel, Chimes, and Purple Arrow.
76 Purple Arrow, Chimes, Torch and Tassel initiate 99
College Eye 57:29, p.3
5/10/1963 List of those who were initiated.
77 Chimes to meet Purple Arrow in Quiz Bowl
College Eye 57:23, p.6
3/22/1963 List of team members.
78 Honoraries announced at AWS Women's Day
College Eye 56:30, p.4
5/11/1962 List of those named to Chimes, Torch and Tassel, and Purple Arrow.
79 Mothers, coeds to be honored May 4-6
College Eye 56:28, p.1
4/27/1962 Detailed schedule of Mother's Day activities.
80 Announce women elected to honor groups
College Eye 52:30, p.2
5/12/1961 List of ninety women elected to Purple Arrow, Chimes, and Torch and Tassel.
81 Women's Day to be held
College Eye 52:28, p.1
4/28/1961 Will honor women for leadership and scholarship.
82 Annual Women's Day set at ISTC
Public Relations News Release 1960:368, p.1
4/23/1961 The Associated Women Students organize Women's Day activities, with Professor Eunice Roberts as guest speaker. Events include recognition services for the Torch and Tassel, Chimes, and Purple Arrow, and a Campbell Hall dinner for Bartlett counselors.
83 Chimes Encourages Scholarship
Old Gold 0:0, p.172
6/1/1960 To give honor and to encourage scholarship, leadership, and service is the purpose of Chimes. The group of sophomore women sponsor among the many of activities are Dad's Day Registration, Homecoming Information Booth, and help with the Student Book Exchange.
84 Mother's Day Convocation
Old Gold 0:0, p.44
6/1/1960 The traditional tapping of the new members of Purple Arrow, Chimes, and Torch and Tassel began the annual Woman's Day celebrations. During the event Joyce McLennon replaced Dr. Mavis Holmes as Associate Dean of Students for the day. Other students took over other positions through out the women's dorms. On Mother's Day, Mrs. Aruo Uskallio, mother of Pauline Uskallio, was chosen as Mother of the day on the basis of Pauline's achievements.
85 AWS Governs Women Students
Old Gold 0:0, p.120
6/1/1959 Associated Women Students is the head governing body of all women students; they consist of a community council, inter-residence council, and housing unit governments; photo.
86 Chimes, Torch and Tassel Serve College Community
Old Gold 0:0, p.160
6/1/1959 Chimes choose sophomore women who participate in interest honor, religious, and social activities, show leadership ability, and scholastic achievement; senior women of Torch and Tassel are chosen for the same abilities; photo.
87 Homecoming 1958
Old Gold 0:0, p.51
6/1/1959 An inter-fraternity sing, pep rallies, a variety show, and most importantly the Homecoming parade opened up the festivities for Homecoming; the queen, Carol Justice, and her court were recognized at the TC and Morningside football game; photo.
88 Chimes call sophomores for honors
College Eye 50:30, p.3
5/8/1959 List of ten new members.
89 Coeds take over administration of campus for AWS women's day
McLennan--Joyce (Student--1959)
College Eye 50:29, p.4
5/1/1959 List of those who will be involved in program; photo.
90 Shaker sale to start
College Eye 50:5, p.3
10/10/1958 Chimes will sell football game noise-makers.
91 Chimes Sponsors Christmas Tea
Old Gold 0:0, p.206
6/1/1958 Description of the national honorary society for junior women and the activities that they are apart of, such as the Christmas Tea; photo.
92 Pom-pon sale at tomorrow's game
College Eye 49:8, p.6
11/1/1957 Chimes will sell pom-pons.
93 Chimes Honors Junior Women
Old Gold 0:0, p.206
6/1/1957 Chimes is a national honorary society that recognizes junior women for their high scholastic achievement; to be eligible, points are given on religious and social activities, interest, leadership ability, and participation in honor organizations; photo.
94 OLD GOLD Election
Old Gold 0:0, p.91
6/1/1957 Naomi Harold, Jan Adamson, Jeannie Bricker, and Nancy Peterson were selected as the top four OLD GOLD beauties; Roberta Kenny, Glenda Wilson, Sonny Tgiros, and Toby Robinson were chosen as the most popular students; photo.
95 OLD GOLD Popularity
Old Gold 0:0, p.93
6/1/1957 This is a photo of Roberta "Bobby" Kenny; she was sponsored by Delta Delta Phi and Chimes; photo.
96 Women's Day
Old Gold 0:0, p.64
6/1/1957 Eight women were chosen for membership in Chimes, a junior women's honor organization; the address, "The Eternal Triangle," was given by Irene Emery at the Women's Day Convocation following the dinner; photo.
97 ISTC women told 'futures are unlimited'
College Eye 48:27, p.1
5/3/1957 Helen Reich spoke at Women's Day; list of new Chimes members.
98 Reich to speak for Women's Day
College Eye 48:26, p.3
4/26/1957 Helen Reich will speak at convocation.
99 Book Exchange to open March 17
College Eye 48:21, p.1
100 Book notice
College Eye 48:12, p.3
12/14/1956 Will operate book exchange again.


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