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Lawton--Charlotte Selma Elizabeth (Class of 1939; Speech Faculty)

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Title Date Summary
1 Milo Lawton Grove--a living memorial
Alumnus 60:3, p.11
9/1/1975 Memorial funds will help establish grove south of Towers.
2 Alumni-faculty reunion held
Alumnus 57:3, p.13
9/1/1972 210 attend meeting; ten receive Alumni Service Awards; Milo Lawton receives Alumni Recognition Award; photo.
3 UNI to Host Early Childhood Education Conference
Public Relations News Release 1972:89, p.1
10/22/1971 The third annual event will be held Nov. 6 at UNI; schedule of day's events.
4 "Joe Egg" Scheduled to Open Feb. 17 at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1971:374, p.1
2/11/1971 "A Day in the Death of Joe Egg," will be presented at 8 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday, Feb. 17-20 and 24-27, by Theatre UNI.
5 Cast for UNI Winter Play Announced
Public Relations News Release 1970:276, p.1
1/4/1971 Six UNI students have been cast for the upcoming production of "Joe Egg" which will held in the UNI Studio Theatre, Room 4, Sabin Hall.
6 UNI Winter Play Announced
Public Relations News Release 1970:279, p.1
1/4/1971 The speech department has scheduled eight performances of its upcoming winter play, "Joe Egg" will which be presented in the Studio Theatre Feb. 17-20 and 24-27.
7 UNI to Host Early Childhood Education Conference
Public Relations News Release 1970:132, p.1
10/29/1970 The conference is sponsored by the UNI department of curriculum and instruction and is targeted to nursey school and day care operations and kindergarten teachers in Iowa.
8 UNI Classic Theatre Study Tour
Public Relations News Release 1969:711, p.1
7/27/1970 17 members of the UNI Classic Theatre Study Tour will depart for a 22-day tour of Greece and England on July 30.
9 Cast announced for UNI spring play "King John"
Public Relations News Release 1969:512, p.1
4/16/1970 The play is to be presented in the UNI Auditorium May 6-9; cast list
10 UNI to Offer Extension Class at Mason City
Public Relations News Release 1969:245, p.1
1/13/1970 Extension course in creative dramatics for children at Mason City during the spring semester.
11 Children's Theatre
Northern Iowan 65:49, p.5
4/11/1969 Conference will be held on campus.
12 Dramatists to hold reception
Northern Iowan 65:3, p.4
9/17/1968 Sponsored by University Players drama club; plays for 1968-69 announced; theatre director is Stanley Wood; stage director is George Glenn; set designer and technician is Lyle Fisher; and costumers are Charlotte Lawton and Monabelle Hake.
13 Mother's Day activities to begin Saturday
College Eye 63:52, p.1
5/5/1967 Brief survey of activities.
14 'The Father' will be given March 15-18
College Eye 63:40, p.1
3/14/1967 George Glenn talks about the play.
15 Theme of 'Detail Makes the Difference' for dramatists
College Eye 60:55, p.6
5/13/1966 Charlotte Lawton, Merle Lentz, and John Dennis will head conference.
16 Costume room instant magic for beast, birds, royalty
Raun--Pat (Student--1965)
College Eye 60:16, p.7
11/5/1965 A look at the Costume Room; photo.
17 Lectures, books, meetings acquaint faculty with SCI
College Eye 60:10, p.3
10/15/1965 Program of orientation for new faculty, begun by Dean Lang in 1960, continues; photo.
18 Four from Cedar Falls to appear in 'Candida'
Public Relations News Release 1960:531, p.1
7/24/1961 Patricia Maulthauf, Charlotte Lawton, Caryl Middleton, and Terry Crane of Cedar Falls appear in the State College production of George Bernard Shaw's "Candida". The play is to be directed by Stanley G. Wood.
19 SCI to produce Shaw play
Public Relations News Release 1960:524, p.1
7/20/1961 Stanley Wood directs the college production of "Candida", a play written by George Bernard Shaw that was originally too controversial for most venues.
20 "Candida" casts begins rehearsal of show
College Eye 52:36, p.3
6/30/1961 Preview of the play.
21 ISTC summer play announced
Public Relations News Release 1960:478, p.1
6/29/1961 A cast of alumni, and undergraduate and graduate students has been selected for the summer play, "Candida". Mrs. Charlotte Lawton and Caryl Middleton are selected to play the main roles.
22 Over 1,000 to take part in drama conference
College Eye 51:30, p.1
5/20/1960 Program highlights.
23 High school students attend annual drama conference
College Eye 50:31, p.5
5/15/1959 A look at the program.
24 Have toga, will act
College Eye 50:30, p.4
5/8/1959 A look at the costume production for "Julius Caesar".
25 Costume, set make use of color, novelty
Tenglin--Diane R. (Class of 1959)
College Eye 49:6, p.5
10/18/1957 A look at the costumes and set for "Squaring the Circle"; photo.
26 Department of Languages, Speech, and Literature
Old Gold 0:0, p.47
6/1/1957 Professor Reninger described the purpose of the Department of Language, Speech, and Literature as "an exploration of human values"; the Foreign Language Listening Room was a new addition in the Department of Languages, Speech, and Literature; photo.
27 Winter Play
Old Gold 0:0, p.90
6/1/1957 Ibsen's Ghosts was chosen as the winter production by the Languages, Speech and Literature Department; the play was directed by James H. Clay, the set was designed by Stanley Wood, and the costumes were made by Charlotte Lawton; photo.
28 Drama meeting plays host to 500
College Eye 48:26, p.5
4/26/1957 Program highlights.
29 Drama shop duplicates Shakespearean theatre
Lucas--Barbara A. (Class of 1957)
College Eye 48:25, p.3
4/12/1957 A look at set preparation for "Knight of the Burning Pestle".
30 Lady Precious Stream
Old Gold 0:0, p.71
6/1/1956 Brief description of Lady Precious Stream; photo.
31 Mr. Pennypacker and Family
Old Gold 0:0, p.39
6/1/1956 Brief description of the drama; photo.
32 Vividly brilliant colors denote rank of cast
College Eye 47:18, p.7
2/10/1956 A look at the costumes for "Lady Precious Stream".
33 Irish Comedy Chosen for Fall Play
Old Gold 0:0, p.29
6/1/1955 Description of the Fall play, The Playboy of the Western World; photos.

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