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1 'Colonial Christmas' to be new holiday 'treat' for area residents from NUHS
Public Relations News Release 1987:146, p.1
11/19/1987 Northern University High School hosts their Madrigal Dinner in Maucker Union. Decorations, music and food will follow the theme of Christmas in colonial America. Les Hale leads preparation for the event, and is assisted by the Price Lab faculty.
2 Tickets on sale for 19th Annual Christmas Madrigal Dinner Dec. 8-10
Public Relations News Release 1987:100, p.1
11/12/1986 The University Hall hosted the nineteenth Christmas Madrigal, directed by Professor Les Hale. The dinner featured strolling minstrels, a recorder trio, a string quintet, and a vocal mixed quartet. All music was performed by the Northern Iowa High School.
3 Tickets on sale for 18th annual Nu High Christmas Madrigal dinner Dec. 9-11
Public Relations News Release 1985:159, p.1
11/22/1985 Hosts of the dinner will be the Madrigal singers dressed in costumes of the period and performing Renaissance music from sixteenth century England; details of times and cost provided.
4 With the holidays nearing, here are some story ideas you may want to follow up on
Public Relations News Release 1981:178, p.1
11/24/1981 Events in December include: tree lighting, tips on not going into debt for Christmas, a "Messiah" sing in, antique toys display, madrigal dinner, and retired executives help students.
5 Lord of The Manor announced fro NUHS Madrigal Dinner
Public Relations News Release 1980:234, p.1
11/21/1980 John Diedrichs will be 'Lord of the Manor" for NUHS Madrigal Dinner.
6 NUHS Madrigal Dinner tickets available by mail only
Public Relations News Release 1980:209, p.1
11/12/1980 NUHS will host the Madrigal Dinner a Christmas tradition for students and their families.
7 A Concert of Chamber Music to be Presented at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1969:193, p.1
11/26/1969 To be presented by four UNI musical groups: Madrigals, String Ensembles, Woodwind Ensembles, and Brass Ensembles. Includes list of student members.
8 Ensemble recital in Aud. this Sunday
College Eye 48:25, p.1
4/12/1957 Performance program.
9 Madrigal, Chamber give annual recital Sunday
College Eye 46:22, p.1
3/4/1955 Performance program; will perform some work written by Professors Kennedy and Latham.
10 Madrigal singers, brass group to present concert Sunday
College Eye 45:23, p.3
3/19/1954 Performance program.
11 Orchesis recital features Lincoln
College Eye 43:28, p.1
5/2/1952 A look at the upcoming presentation; photo.
12 Two original compositions by William P. Latham will be presented tonight during the annual Choral Concert at the auditorium
Public Relations News Release 1952:546, p.1
3/5/1952 The five-part program will open with the College Women's Chorus singing a group of folk songs. Part II will feature the Madrigal Singers. The College Chorus with Marvin Bergmann, senior from Hampton, as soloist, will be presented.
13 The annual Choral Concert of the college music department will be presented Thursday evening, March 6, in the college auditorium
Public Relations News Release 1952:396, p.1
2/27/1952 Performers for the evening include the College Women's Chorus; Madrigal Singers, and the College Chorus assisted by the College Symphony Orchestra, organist George Samson of the music department, and accompanists Carol Jensen and Beulah Yanny.
14 Dr. Max E. Fuller spoke on "The Art of Controversy" during an all-college convocation
Public Relations News Release 1952:385, p.1
1/30/1952 People can learn to handle controversial matters on the "talk it out" level and avoid moving down to the "fight it out" level, according to Fuller, dean of Grinnell College.
15 Dr. Max E. Fuller, dean of Grinnell College, Grinnell, will be the featured speaker during an all-college convocation
Public Relations News Release 1951:359, p.1
1/23/1952 Fuller's topic will be "The Art of Controversy." The program for the convocation includes an organ prelude by Ruth Troeger; a report of the Men's Union by the organization's president, Arnie Jensen; a report of the Association of Women Students.
16 Dr. Max E. Fuller, dean of Grinnell College, Grinnell, will be the featured speaker during an all-college convocation
Public Relations News Release 1951:360, p.1
1/23/1952 Fuller's topic will be "The Art of Controversy." Fuller joined the Grinnell staff in 1947. At the present time he is dean of the college, professor of speech and director of basic communication.
17 Teachers College Names Homecoming Queen
Public Relations News Release 1950:53, p.1
10/6/1950 Lucille Hilger, 18-year-old brunette beauty from Hamburg, Iowa, will reign queen of the 29th annual Homecoming festivities next weekend. Her attendants will be Audrey Mack, Flo Anne Williamson, and Eleanor Woltman.
18 Ruth Behrens
Alumnus 25:4, p.32
10/1/1941 Is teaching music in the Red Oak, Iowa, High School and Junior College. In college she was a member of the college symphony orchestra, the Euterpean and Cecilian Glee Clubs, mixed chorus and Madrigal Singers. She is a former president of Sigma Alpha Iota.

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