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1 Random examples from history don't offer sound proof
Watne--John (Student--2005)
Northern Iowan 101:52, p.10
4/19/2005 Disagrees with Al Manning's perception of why Thomas Jefferson sent missionaries to Africa.
2 UNI Student Lutheran Center: spring break in Guatemala
German--Lindsay A. (Student--2005)
Northern Iowan 101:44, p.9
3/11/2005 Twenty-five students will spend spring break in Guatemala for the Lutheran Student Center's fourth trip; photo.
3 A little love can go "El Faro"
Northern Iowan 100:13, p.14
10/14/2003 St. Stephen Catholic Student Center was the recipient of the Governor's Volunteer Award last spring; photo.
4 Ex-missionary to speak on El Salvador dilemma
Northern Iowan 77:50, p.3
4/24/1981 Father Michael Colonnese will speak.
5 Missionary: a life commitment
Northern Iowan 72:36, p.3
2/10/1976 Father Victor Mosele speaks on his experience in West Africa.
6 Dennis Clark, missionary, will discuss Christianity
College Eye 57:23, p.6
7 Latin America is ready for revolution say clergy officials
College Eye 57:18, p.8
2/15/1963 Excerpts from remarks by Howard Yoder and Father John De Jong.
8 Latin American Religion topic for lecture Monday, Tuesday
College Eye 57:17, p.1
2/8/1963 Father De Jong and Howard Yoder will speak; photo.
9 Missionaries speak on Latin America religions Feb. 11-12
College Eye 57:16, p.3
1/25/1963 Profiles of Howard Yoder and Father John De Jong.
10 Returns to Japan
Alumnus 42:2, p.11
5/1/1958 Mary McDonald visits Japan; had done thirty years of missionary work there; photo.
11 Former student from India visits campus
College Eye 40:37, p.5
7/22/1949 Willamina Jongewaard is home from mission work.
12 Delpha Davis
Alumnus 31:4, p.20
10/1/1947 Is in the English department of Phoenix Union high school in Phoenix, Arizona; from 1911 to 1916 she taught at a girls boarding school in Monastir, Macedonia, a Congregational school, supported by the American Board of Commissioners of Foreign Missions.
13 Floyd E. Johnson
Alumnus 31:4, p.23
10/1/1947 Ordained into the ministry of the Evangelical Lutheran Augustana Synod, June 14, 1947, at Kansas City, Missouri; was commissioned as a missionary; will attend language school at Peiping, China, before being assigned to an area in Honan or Shensi province.
14 Mrs. Alfred Gray, (Minnie Moore)
Alumnus 31:4, p.11
10/1/1947 A resident of Santa Ana, California, she taught in mission schools in China for twelve years. Her husband is a missionary in Nanking, China.
15 Shortage of teachers in India says missionary on campus visit
College Eye 38:38, p.3
7/11/1947 Profile of Nina Bowers; impressions of situation in India; photo.
16 Allie May Bass
Alumnus 31:3, p.28
7/1/1947 Missionary and treasurer of Isabelle Thoburn College, Lucknow, India, died March 18, 1947, at the home of her sister in Sacramento, California. She served two terms in educational and evangelistic work in Moradabad, India.
17 Bessie Hunter Reeves
Alumnus 31:3, p.11
7/1/1947 Daughter, Elisabeth Jane Reeves, is now a missionary in the Baptist Agricultural College at Pyenmana, Burma. Elisabeth is also the granddaughter of Eva Cadwallader Reeves.
18 Gwendolyn Tomlinson
Alumnus 31:3, p.13
7/1/1947 Missionary in India, is one of nine who began work in the Amalner Field in East Khandesh, about 200 miles northeast of Bombay. A graduate of the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago; taught a rural school near Gladbrook for a year and taught in Dinsdale.
19 Nina Bowers on furlough
Alumnus 31:3, p.20
7/1/1947 Returns from missionary work in India.
20 Charles Bert McDonald
Alumnus 31:2, p.13
4/1/1947 Is managing partner of McDonald and Company. dealers in investment securities with seven branch offices in Ohio. Address him at Shaker Heights, Cleveland, Ohio. His sister was the last missionary to come out of Japan during the war.
21 Missionary from China will speak at mass meeting of SCA members
College Eye 38:23, p.8
3/14/1947 Profile of Elizabeth Turner; list of SCA officers.
22 The Reverend and Mrs. Armin F. Meyer, (Hulda Klein)
Alumnus 30:3, p.23
7/1/1946 Have been doing missionary work in India since 1921. Their oldest son, Paul, served with the American Forces in India and is studying in Union Theological Seminary in New York. They have two other sons, John and Armin. John is still in the armed forces.
23 Lydia S. Pool
Alumnus 30:2, p.23
4/1/1946 Has retired from her duties as a missionary in the Methodist Girls' School, Khandwa, India. She now resides in Burlington, Iowa.
24 Mina Jongewaard
Alumnus 30:1, p.23
1/1/1946 Has been serving for the past three years with the war Emergency Y M C A Committee in India and Burma, working most of the time with British forces. Since 1925, she has been doing mission work in India, and has been located at Palmaner since 1927.
25 Ruth I. Popejoy
Alumnus 30:1, p.23
1/1/1946 Missionary to Ecuador for the past fifteen years, returned to the United States last year and is now in Omaha, Nebraska.
26 Alumnus hits trail in India
Alumnus 29:2, p.11
4/1/1945 Aulora McIntyre engaged in teaching and mission work in Sudan.
27 Lois H. McKelvy
Alumnus 29:1, p.20
1/1/1945 Is a napropathy practitioner in Chicago. From 1921-24 she was a missionary at the Sheldon-Jackson School in Sitka, Alaska; attended the Moody Bible Institute in Chicago. In 1932, she was a missionary practitioner in India and returned to Chicago in 1939.
28 Mr. and Mrs. Roland W. Scott
Alumnus 28:4, p.26
10/1/1944 The former Carol Culver and her husband are in India on a missionary trip.
29 Pioneering in Ecuador
Alumnus 26:4, p.22
10/1/1942 Ruth Popejoy went to Ecuador in 1929 and founded a school for children of missionaries.
30 Alsina M. Andrews
Alumnus 26:3, p.13
7/1/1942 Retired from missionary work and lives in Jamaica, British West Indies.
31 Miss Rose Mintier
Alumnus 26:3, p.29
7/1/1942 Died on December 8, 1941, in Boone, Iowa; she did missionary work in Egypt for thirty years.
32 Dorothy Galloway
Alumnus 25:2, p.32
4/1/1941 Has completed three years of service as instructor in the United Presbyterian Memorial Institute for Egyptian Girls, and returned to Cedar Falls. She sailed June 4, 1940, from Alexander, Egypt, landing in New York June 24.
33 Mrs. Bridget A. Wells
Alumnus 25:2, p.31
4/1/1941 Is teaching English and history in the Methodist-English High School in Rangoon, Burma; also editor of the high school section of the Church School Magazine and is sponsor of the Literary Guild, which she organized to encourage original literary work.
34 Minnie H. Huibregtse
Alumnus 24:3, p.28
7/1/1940 Is a missionary in South India. Her address is Methodist Mission, Girls School, Bidas Deccan, South India.
35 Mrs. Armin F. Meyer (Hulda Klein)
Alumnus 24:3, p.27
7/1/1940 Reside in Khariar, Orissa, India; she and her husband are missionaries. They have worked in a jungle mission station for the last ten years. They have three children, Paul William, John Armin, and A. Daniel.
36 Graduate to publish own book on India
College Eye 31:34, p.1
6/7/1940 Marie Cline will publish book.
37 Alsina M. Andrews
Alumnus 24:2, p.21
4/1/1940 Is a retired missionary living at Lyndale, Highgate, Jamaica, British West Indies; has traveled to England and Scotland, and has taken a Mediterranean cruise, including Palestine. She was statistician for Friends' churches in Jamaica.
38 Butter is scarce in Egypt
Galloway--Dorothy E. (Class of 1936)
Alumnus 24:2, p.18
4/1/1940 Alumna Dorothy Galloway talks about her experiences in escaping from Europe and into Egypt.
39 Mrs. B. M. Jones (Luella Rigby)
Alumnus 24:2, p.21
4/1/1940 Living in Hollywood, California, following retirement from missionary work; travelled around the world six times; formerly a missionary in Rangoon, Burma. Her husband, also a missionary, died June 26, 1939, in Hong Kong.
40 Mrs. Mills J. Taylor (Martha Dill)
Alumnus 24:2, p.22
4/1/1940 Live in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania; visited their son, Theo, and family at Landour, India. Mills, the associate secretary of the board of foreign missions of the United Presbyterian Church, was a delegate to the Tambaram Conference at Madras.
41 Ada Williams
Alumnus 24:1, p.33
1/1/1940 Died March 14, 1934, at Pasadena. For thirty-five years she was superintendent of the Pasadena, Calif., Methodist Chinese mission. She had been living with her sister, Aletha B. Williams, in Pasadena.
42 Luella Rigby Jones
Alumnus 24:1, p.15
1/1/1940 Retires from missionary work in Burma; residing in Hollywood, California.
43 Opened by censor
Reid--Mabel J. (Class of 1932)
Alumnus 24:1, p.17
1/1/1940 Mabel Reid, missionary in Burma, recounts recent experiences.
44 She accounts for barren gap
Havermale--Clara N. Tolstrup (Class of 1907)
Alumnus 24:1, p.18
1/1/1940 Alumna was missionary in China; is now pastor's wife in Maryland.
45 Allie May Bass
Alumnus 22:4, p.24
10/1/1938 Principal of the Parker Branch School in Maradabad, India.
46 Aulora R. McIntyre
Alumnus 22:4, p.21
10/1/1938 Doing missionary work in Sudan, Africa.
47 Emma Serepta Yule
Alumnus 22:4, p.18
10/1/1938 Now lives in Los Angeles, California, after twenty-seven years of work in the Philippine Islands.
48 Teachers College travels the road to Mandalay; the second in a series on alumni who live across the seas
Furry--Leroy W. (Class of 1935)
Alumnus 22:2, p.1
4/1/1938 Experiences of ISTC alumni, especially Mabel Reid, in Burma; photo.
49 Alumni in foreign lands
Alumnus 22:1, p.11
1/1/1938 Roster of alumni who are living in other countries and the countries in which they are working.
50 Dr. Brumbaugh here
College Eye 29:6, p.5
10/15/1937 T. T. Brumbaugh will speak on his experiences in Japan.


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