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Christmas

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1051 What your man wants for Christmas
College Eye 36:11, p.1
11/17/1944 A look at appropriate gifts for those in military service.
1052 Christmas at the Commons
Old Gold 0:0, p.188
6/1/1944 Photo.
1053 Here's what happened at Iowa State Teachers College in 1943-1944
College Eye 35:31, p.3
5/12/1944 Photos of activities and people throughout the year; photo.
1054 Tree-lighting ceremony started
Alumnus 28:2, p.11
4/1/1944 Students, WAVES, and cadets sing carols; President Price lights tree in ceremony between Commons and Campanile.
1055 All students, Army, Navy on campus unite tonight for Yuletide ceremony
College Eye 35:14, p.1
12/17/1943 Description of the initial tree lighting ceremony.
1056 Christmas activities reach new high
College Eye 35:14, p.1
12/17/1943 Will include tree lighting ceremony, caroling, and dance.
1057 Commercial clubs have joint party
College Eye 35:14, p.5
12/17/1943
1058 Industrial Arts girls increase toy supply on depleted market
College Eye 35:14, p.6
12/17/1943 Women in class make and repair toys for children.
1059 Shopping with Marlys
College Eye 35:14, p.6
12/17/1943 Gives last minute Christmas shopping tips.
1060 Violin group featured at community sing
College Eye 35:14, p.3
12/17/1943
1061 What does Christmas mean to you?
Berninghausen--David K. (Library Faculty)
College Eye 35:14, p.2
12/17/1943 Books available at the library.
1062 Women's Chorus presents musical Yuletide program
College Eye 35:14, p.1
12/17/1943 Performance program.
1063 One college tradition remains unbroken--Christmas Messiah
College Eye 35:13, p.6
12/10/1943 Description of the upcoming performance.
1064 S. A. I. gives party
College Eye 35:13, p.5
12/10/1943
1065 Students give annual concert
College Eye 35:13, p.6
12/10/1943 Will present musicale.
1066 Students to carol for Army, Navy dinner line
College Eye 35:13, p.3
12/10/1943
1067 Tutor Timetable
College Eye 35:13, p.2
12/10/1943 Events and meetings scheduled; student recital; dorm night; singing; life saving corps.
1068 Waves present Christmas show
College Eye 35:13, p.6
12/10/1943 WAVES present a seaman's dream.
1069 Snow is late, but lighted trees give campus the Christmas spirit
College Eye 35:12, p.1
12/3/1943 Two trees will be lighted.
1070 Torch and Tassel Club will take over Christmas sale of tuberculosis seals
College Eye 35:12, p.4
12/3/1943
1071 Alpha Chi Epsilon
Old Gold 0:0, p.128
6/1/1943 This social fraternity was established on campus in 1915. Activities of note are the Boilermaker's Brawl and a Homecoming dinner. Several members have been called into service for the war; photo.
1072 Campus 4-H Club
Old Gold 0:0, p.82
6/1/1943 The Campus 4-H club is composed of women who belonged to 4-H clubs, and those who are interested. Topics at meetings included "How to Make a Success Out of College."; photo.
1073 College Chorus
Old Gold 0:0, p.154
6/1/1943 Under the direction of Harald Holst, the chorus has performed a full schedule including broadcasts on KXEL, most importantly Handel's Messiah at Christmas time; photo.
1074 Nu Omicron Nu Sigma Phi
Old Gold 0:0, p.121
6/1/1943 Originally two sororities, they united in 1918. They were the first two social sororities on campus and the groups holds several gatherings during the year, including a Christmas party in the commons; photo.
1075 Physical Education Club
Old Gold 0:0, p.72
6/1/1943 The club is open to all women with a major or minor in physical education. The group sponsors a Homecoming tea and has an outdoor event in the spring where students cook breakfast on tin cans; photo.
1076 Pi Tau Phi
Old Gold 0:0, p.124
6/1/1943 Founded in 1925, the sorority has a purpose for students to seek friendship and to promote cultural development. The group held dinner parties throughout the year and helped the Red Cross, as well as wrote to servicemen; photo.
1077 Christmas party is last social affair of year 1942
College Eye 34:12, p.3
12/18/1942 Traditional dinner not held due to war-time food shortages; sing carols around tree.
1078 Clubs hold annual Christmas parties before vacation
College Eye 34:12, p.3
12/18/1942 A description of the parties.
1079 Dorms entertain by Christmas parties in past week
College Eye 34:12, p.3
12/18/1942 Description of the parties.
1080 Let's talk it over with the editor
College Eye 34:12, p.2
12/18/1942 Comments on traveling home for the holidays, women participating in the war effort, the men who eat their lunch in the Auditorium hallway, and an old editorial by a man who refused to sacrifice his life for the war effort.
1081 Although cut one week short--winter term holds promise of great activity
College Eye 34:42, p.3
12/11/1942 Term will be eleven weeks instead of twelve; many activities are planned.
1082 Chapel service Sunday
College Eye 34:42, p.3
12/11/1942 Dr. Gerald Knoff's sermon is entitled "Good Christian Men Rejoice"; Sunday night forum will discuss "Christmas Music From Far and Near".
1083 Christmas carol service to be sung Tuesday
College Eye 34:42, p.3
12/11/1942 The tenth annual service will be held; twenty-eight people will sing.
1084 December 17 date for all-college Christmas party
College Eye 34:42, p.3
12/11/1942 All students, faculty members and their families are invited to Seerley Hall for the event.
1085 Dial Dope 1540
College Eye 34:42, p.2
12/11/1942 Announces upcoming broadcasts on KXEL.
1086 Let's talk it over with the editor
College Eye 34:42, p.2
12/11/1942 Welcomes WAVES to campus; assures college draftees that the government will help them find jobs after the war; encourages students to buy Christmas seals.
1087 Student Council urges sale of Christmas seals
College Eye 34:42, p.3
12/11/1942 Christmas seals will be used to raise money for the research and cure of tuberculosis.
1088 Christmas holiday period unchanged
College Eye 34:11, p.1
11/20/1942
1089 Annual carol services conducted by Cosand
College Eye 33:14, p.4
12/19/1941 Ninth annual presentation in the Commons.
1090 Christmas wishes are analyzed statistically
College Eye 33:14, p.2
12/19/1941 Students tell what they would like for Christmas.
1091 Music echoes through Commons at all college Christmas supper party
College Eye 33:14, p.4
12/19/1941 Description of extensive musical program at the dinner.
1092 Season's greetings
College Eye 33:14, p.2
12/19/1941 Discusses the new meaning behind the words Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
1093 Carolers will greet holidays
College Eye 33:13, p.1
12/12/1941 College Singers will perform.
1094 Forum group to sing old Christmas carols
College Eye 33:13, p.1
12/12/1941
1095 Holiday spirit to reign at annual all-college Christmas supper party
College Eye 33:13, p.3
12/12/1941
1096 All-College Christmas party supper planned by Ruppel and McIlrath
College Eye 33:12, p.3
12/5/1941 Hope that 700 will attend.
1097 Mrs. Leeper discusses Christmas decorations
College Eye 33:12, p.3
12/5/1941
1098 Presbyterian students practice caroling
College Eye 33:12, p.3
12/5/1941
1099 Residence halls and Commons decorated for Christmas season
College Eye 33:12, p.3
12/5/1941 Descriptions of decorations.
1100 Suggestions given for Christmas decorations by Mrs. Leo Leeper
College Eye 33:11, p.3
11/21/1941

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