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Howell--Mary (Class of 1934)

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1 University of Northern Iowa receives a bequest from alum
Public Relations News Release 1991:226, p.1
11/14/1991 The estate of Mary Howell has presented a bequest of $50,000.
2 Mr. and Mrs. John Brinkman, (Mary Howell)
Alumnus 31:4, p.22
10/1/1947 Reside in Western Springs, Illinois.
3 Mary Howell
Alumnus 25:1, p.24
1/1/1941 Married John S. Brinkman, June 8, 1940. They are living in New York City, where John is associated with United Air Lines. Mary had been teaching at Robbinsdale, Minnesota.
4 Mary E. Howell
Alumnus 22:2, p.26
4/1/1938 Teaches science at the junior high school in Robbinsdale, Minnesota.
5 Annual for '34 distributed on campus Friday; secrets divulged as names of campus celebrities are made known
College Eye 26:1, p.1
6/6/1934 Beauty and popularity winners will be revealed.
6 Approximately 288 students will be candidates for graduation from the Iowa State Teachers College
Public Relations News Release 1934:515, p.5
6/1/1934 Program for the fifty-eighth annual spring commencement.
7 Delta Phi Delta
Old Gold 0:0, p.226
6/1/1934 Organized in 1908; officers and members; photos.
8 Five campus secrets are finally revealed
Public Relations News Release 1934:511, p.2
6/1/1934 The 1934 Old Gold was distribued.
9 Graduates
Old Gold 0:0, p.76
6/1/1934 Graduate photos.
10 Inter-Sorority Council
Old Gold 0:0, p.224
6/1/1934 Began in 1922; aims, officers, faculty members, and members; photos.
11 Mary Howell
Old Gold 0:0, p.108
6/1/1934 Profile and photo.
12 Pep Club
Old Gold 0:0, p.154
6/1/1934 Rho Epsilon Rho was organized in the fall of 1933; purpose and officers; photo.
13 Student Council
Old Gold 0:0, p.62
6/1/1934 Purpose and officers; photos.
14 Tutor Stars
Old Gold 0:0, p.114
6/1/1934 Photos.
15 The Delta Iota chapter of Beta Beta Beta was installed at the Iowa State Teachers College
Public Relations News Release 1934:509, p.1
5/27/1934 Program for the installation service.
16 Three fraternities and one sorority had dances
Public Relations News Release 1934:510, p.1
5/27/1934 Program for each dance.
17 Biology majors will start frat; chapter of national group will be installed tomorrow
College Eye 25:44, p.1
5/25/1934 List of charter members of Beta Beta Beta.
18 Mothers will be represented on the toast program at the Mother's Day luncheon
Public Relations News Release 1934:470, p.1
5/7/1934 Registration will begin at 5:00 on Friday. The May fete will begin Saturday at 10:00. On Sunday there will be a special church service honoring the mothers. Students need to invite their parents, because the college will not be sending invitations.
19 Mother's Day to be observed on May 11, 12, 13; committees complete plans for a three-day celebration
College Eye 25:41, p.1
5/4/1934 Description of activities.
20 College women plan dance
Public Relations News Release 1932:405, p.1
4/9/1934 The night of Friday the 13th the women of the college have planed a dance. This dance the women take the initiative and must follow rules that state their responcibilities. Picture.
21 Eleven vie for 1934 May queen; final election to be held Monday, April ninth
College Eye 25:37, p.1
4/6/1934 List of those nominated; description of upcoming event.
22 Hughes, V. Roth and Ardys Smith chosen Delt sorority heads
College Eye 25:37, p.3
4/6/1934 Roster of officers.
23 Nominations open for May Day queen
College Eye 25:36, p.1
24 Students to vote Monday for new council members
College Eye 25:35, p.1
3/23/1934 Roster of candidates for Student Council positions.
25 Phi Sigma Phi wins Tutor Tickler cup
College Eye 25:29, p.1
2/2/1934 Results of Tutor Tickers competition.
26 Christmas supper full of surprises
College Eye 25:24, p.1
12/15/1933 Will hold first all-college Christmas dinner.
27 Frats to vie in decorations; house decorating contest is annual affair for Homecoming
College Eye 25:19, p.7
28 Pepsters form new fraternity; Fenner leader
College Eye 25:19, p.1
11/3/1933 Group will organize cheering, instill school spirit, and promote friendship; may seek affiliation with national Pi Epsilon Pi.
29 Home Economics Clubs to meet; first convention ever held here begins at 9 o'clock
College Eye 25:15, p.1
10/6/1933 Program for the state meeting.
30 Council president
College Eye 25:12, p.4
9/11/1933 Lorinne Crawford will serve as president; photo.
31 Biology Club
Old Gold 0:0, p.188
6/1/1933 Officers, purpose, and members; photos.
32 Delta Phi Delta
Old Gold 0:0, p.237
6/1/1933 Officers, purpose, members, and pledges; founded in 1908; photos.
33 Mary Howell
Old Gold 0:0, p.104
6/1/1933 Photo.
34 Women's League
Old Gold 0:0, p.48
6/1/1933 History, description, and aims; organized in February 1932; photos.
35 Most popular of 1933 have been voted
Public Relations News Release 1932:319, p.1
5/26/1933 Six students chosen for the most popular were selected in a recent all-campus vote, and will be pictured in the special popularity section of the Old Gold annual.
36 Feature of primary party to be dances
College Eye 24:33, p.3
37 Alpha Chi and A. D. A's are popular men; Dahl, Colburn, and Howell win in women's contest
College Eye 24:28, p.1
4/14/1933 Results of popularity contests.
38 Sororities, fraternities fill week with rushing, pledging, initiation activities
College Eye 24:25, p.3
3/24/1933 Campus social calendar.
39 Margaret Howell named Teachers college 'Pep' girl by student vote; winner will be guest at Pep Jamboree at Iowa City
College Eye 24:24, p.1
3/17/1933 Will seek title of "Iowa's Peppiest Girl".
40 Three members are elected to Student Council; Mary Howell, David Grant, Robert Brown are chosen
College Eye 24:24, p.1
3/17/1933 Vote tallies from recent election.
41 You can believe this
College Eye 24:23, p.3
3/10/1933 News notes and announcements.
42 New Women's League officers will assume duties on April 10th
College Eye 24:22, p.1
3/3/1933 Roster of officers.
43 Untitled
College Eye 24:18, p.3
2/3/1933 Mary Howell and Luella Scurry gave Mickey Mouse skit.
44 75 students will perform in the 1933 edition of the Tutor Ticklers
Public Relations News Release 1932:229, p.1
2/1/1933 The theme of this years Tutor Ticklers performance is "Driving Old Man Depression Out" of the country. Seventy-five students will sing, dance, and act in the fourth annual all-student revue.
45 Tutor Tickler acts
Public Relations News Release 1932:224, p.1
1/29/1933 Photo captions. February 2-3.
46 Eleventh annual Washington Ball committee members were announced
Public Relations News Release 1932:220, p.1
1/27/1933 Thirty-eight students announced as committee members for the eleventh annual Washington Ball.
47 Women's League plans wide social program for all college girls
College Eye 24:16, p.3
1/20/1933 Lengthy description of the work of the Recreation Committee.
48 Tutor Ticklers, all-campus vaudeville program.
Public Relations News Release 1932:207, p.1
1/13/1933 Five campus organizations chosen from among twelve organizations to perform in Tutor Ticklers, all-vaudeville program, to be staged on February 2 and 3, 1933.
49 Tutor Ticklers fifth annual all-student vaudeville show
Public Relations News Release 1932:372, p.1
1/9/1933 An oriental theme to be carried through out the production.
50 Women's League sponsors mass meeting of girls; plans and organization of group are discussed by officers
College Eye 24:13, p.1
12/9/1932 Planning first all-college formal dance; committees explain their charges.


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