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May Day

Displaying 251 - 300 of 306
Title Date Summary
251 The 1918 student May holiday
Alumni News Letter 2:3, p.4
7/1/1918 Program, picnic, international dances, machine gun demonstration, and band concert were held to celebrate annual May Fete.
252 May Day great success; machine gun squad big feature of the day; address by Judge Lawrence DeGraff of Des Moines; address by Irving Hart
College Eye 9:30, p.1
5/16/1918 Schedule of events.
253 Appreciation
College Eye 9:28, p.4
5/1/1918 Thanks Cedar Falls for celebrating Liberty Day.
254 Liberty Day college participates in parade and celebration; battalion, classes, faculty and Red Cross march
College Eye 9:28, p.1
5/1/1918 Patriotic Day is celebrated instead of May Day; classes are cancelled for the day.
255 Committees decide on nature of program for Patriotic Day
College Eye 9:27, p.7
4/24/1918 Tentative program for Patriotic Day on May 15th.
256 Patriotic May Day
College Eye 9:27, p.4
4/24/1918 Patriotic Day will be celebrated this year instead of May Day; history of May Day celebration recounted.
257 Sponsors decide to have Patriotic Day
College Eye 9:26, p.4
4/17/1918 Instead of May Day, Patriotic Day will be held this year.
258 A Patriotic Day
College Eye 9:25, p.4
4/10/1918 May have a Patriotic Day instead of a May Day this year.
259 Homerian
Old Gold 0:0, p.263
6/1/1917 Gives information on the Homerian society, includes roll; photos.
260 Social Science Club
Old Gold 0:0, p.314
6/1/1917 Photos of the Social Science Club.
261 Editorial
College Eye 8:26, p.4
4/25/1917 Addresses asking foolish questions in class, adding a patriotic demonstration to May Day festivities, military drills on campus, and obtaining military uniforms for men participating in drills.
262 Will students cooperate in May Day fete; its educational value
College Eye 8:26, p.1
4/25/1917 Believes May Day festivities should be carried on and is shocked that the Student Council would consider suspending them.
263 Editorial
College Eye 8:25, p.4
4/18/1917 Denounces students missing class on account of lack of sleep as well as vandalism in the cloak rooms; addresses disturbances during chapel services; questions excessive use of funds for a May Day parade; requests reporters have their stories in on time.
264 Student Council
College Eye 8:24, p.1
4/11/1917 News notes from the Student Council; Pay-Up Day was a success; planning to make motion picture of May Day parade.
265 Meeting of Student Council; March 2
College Eye 8:21, p.3
3/7/1917 Minutes from Student Council meeting; considered May Day celebration and school directory.
266 The May Fete
Quarterly News Letter to the Alumni 0:0, p.1
7/1/1916 Parade, operetta, and Cedar Falls Concert Band performance marked the May 17 May Day celebration.
267 Chresto gossip
Old Gold 0:0, p.217
6/1/1916 Gossip, candid photos, and quotations.
268 Eulalian
Old Gold 0:0, p.197
6/1/1916 Colors, emblem, flowers, mascot, motto, presidents, members and honorary members, and candid photos; photo.
269 Photo
Old Gold 0:0, p.211
6/1/1916 Candid photo of members of the Homerian Literary Society. Short prophecies for the class; photo.
270 Photo
Old Gold 0:0, p.244
6/1/1916 Candid photos from Ossoli Literary Society; photo.
271 The May Day Fete
Old Gold 0:0, p.146
6/1/1916 Photo.
272 Annual May fete is a success; the parade
College Eye 7:31, p.1
5/24/1916 Floats were not as elaborate as they have been in previous years, but the parade was enjoyed both by faculty and students.
273 Remember the seventeenth; May festival will be next Wednesday
College Eye 7:29, p.1
5/10/1916 One event is the performance of "Contest of the Nations".
274 The May Day "Operetta"; the operetta "Contest of the Nation", will be presented by students on May Day
College Eye 7:27, p.1
4/26/1916 May Day play chosen and cast.
275 May fete will occur May 17; the annual festival will take place when the campus is the most beautiful
College Eye 7:26, p.1
4/19/1916 The Senior Class is developing a schedule.
276 Band concert is May Day finale; concludes one of the greatest festival days in history of college; mammoth lantern parade
College Eye 4:30, p.1
5/15/1915 Review of performance by Cedar Falls band; featured performance of composition by Hawley Whitacre.
277 May Day frolic is best of all; eclipses all previous attempts; parade makes tour of Hill and downtown section; Irene Simpson is May Queen
College Eye 4:30, p.1
5/15/1915 Review of events; weather good; parade went well.
278 Untitled
College Eye 4:30, p.4
5/15/1915 Bids farewell to readers; briefly comments on May Day, Christianity on campus, the prospect of a Campanile, the Commencement play and Delta Sigma Rho.
279 All eyes toward May Day fete; Wednesday, May 12 is date; great preparations are in progress; Irene Simpson is May Queen
College Eye 4:29, p.1
5/6/1915 Parade will be included in May Day festivities.
280 The May Day fete
College Eye 4:29, p.4
5/6/1915 Briefly comments on May Day, Lester Ary's oratorical success, teaching, and education.
281 Training School celebrates May Day; special program given Friday afternoon; kindergarten students up to seniors participate
College Eye 4:29, p.4
5/6/1915 "The Enchanted Garden" was performed by students as a part of May Day celebrations.
282 Irene Simpson is May Queen; popular member of B. A. class is elected by a large majority; May twelfth is the date; extensive festivities are planned
College Eye 4:27, p.1
4/22/1915 Student body elected Irene Simpson to reign over May Day festivities.
283 Select candidates for May Queen; various classes choose candidates well known in school; election bids fair to be a close one
College Eye 4:26, p.1
4/15/1915 Nominees for May Queen are announced; student body will vote.
284 Students plan May Day fete; annual spring festival and frolic will occur May 12; extensive preparations in progress
College Eye 4:25, p.1
4/8/1915 Students have decided to make the May Day celebration an annual event.
285 Home Economics
Hendrickson--H. E. (Student--1916)
Old Gold 0:0, p.113
6/1/1914 Illustration of woman baking; roster and photos of Home Economic students, including their home addresses, chief virtues, and "pet" expressions; sample luncheon menu; photo.
286 May Day Fete
Old Gold 0:0, p.122
6/1/1914 May Day festivities at ISTC; photo.
287 Annual May Day fete held last Friday, May first
College Eye 3:29, p.476
5/7/1914 Held parade, dances, and pageant; description of floats; thousands watch; many attend pageant on south lawn; College Band played.
288 Cedar Falls Concert Band will appear in program at the college
College Eye 3:27, p.449
4/23/1914 Will perform evening before May Day celebration.
289 Hazel Strayer is chosen May Queen for big May Day festival
College Eye 3:27, p.444
4/23/1914 Over one thousand votes were cast; many groups will have floats in the parade..
290 May Day fete is now being planned
College Eye 3:26, p.428
4/16/1914 Will hold parade and crown May Queen; first celebration was held in 1913.
291 Celebration success; May Day fete nearly perfect in every detail; immense audience
College Eye 2:30, p.1
5/8/1913 Recap of May Day celebration events.
292 Leavitt speaks at celebration; popular Cedar Falls banker speaks at May fete; pays high tribute to Seerley
College Eye 2:30, p.1
5/8/1913 Roger Leavitt remarks on the coordination controversy of the previous autumn and winter.
293 College calendar
College Eye 2:29, p.8
5/1/1913 Meetings and events planned.
294 Extensive plans for May fete; begins with grand parade and closes with band concert
College Eye 2:29, p.1
5/1/1913 Describes events planned for T.C.'s first May Day celebration.
295 Big May Day celebration; school to be dismissed--systematic plans being made
College Eye 2:28, p.1
4/24/1913 First May Day celebration to be held on Teachers College campus.
296 May Day Queen chosen; Mrs. Blanche Walters popular choice
College Eye 2:28, p.4
4/24/1913 Blanche Walters chosen by the students to be May Queen.
297 When May 1st arrives
College Eye 2:28, p.4
4/24/1913 Urges members of the college community to enjoy the May Day celebration to its fullest.
298 May Day "Feed"
Old Gold 0:0, p.52
6/1/1909 Description of May Day gathering.
299 May Day exercises
Normal Eyte 18:29, p.462
5/6/1908 Held May pole ceremony and dance.
300 Miss Gunn is surprised
Normal Eyte 15:31, p.485
5/10/1905 A May Day celebration was given by the Kindergarten students.


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