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Ratcliffe--Nell (Class of 1911)

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1 Nelle Ratcliffe
Alumnus 32:3, p.17
7/1/1948 Head of the social science department at the senior high school in San Bernardino, California.
2 Marathon is fortunate in numbering among her faculty the following graduates.
College Eye 3:13, p.230
12/18/1913 Roster of Teacher College graduates who now work in Marathon.
3 Misses Nell Ratcliffe and Martha McIntosh
College Eye 1:9, p.5
11/8/1911 Visited College Hill; they are both teaching at Logan High School.
4 Commencement play
Falkler--Laura E.
College Eye 1:12, p.14
6/15/1911 A review of the Commencement play "A School for Scandal", with a roster of cast members.
5 Faculty surprise President Seerley
College Eye 1:12, p.7
6/15/1911 Faculty honors President Seerley on his twenty-five years of service to the college; several make addresses; present President Seerley with twenty-five roses.
6 The president's relations to the faculty
College Eye 1:12, p.7
6/15/1911 An address by Anna McGovern expressing the faculty's appreciation of President Seerley.
7 Photographs of graduates
Old Gold 0:0, p.93
6/1/1911 Photo.
8 The School for Scandal; seniors at college present play next Monday evening
College Eye 1:11, p.190
5/31/1911 Roster of the cast of the senior class play.
9 Elections--1911
College Eye 1:10, p.169
5/24/1911 Roster of teaching positions for recent I. S. T. C. graduates.
10 Alpha hall
College Eye 1:6, p.94
4/26/1911 Members of the Alpha literary societies dressed as members of the Iowa Federation of Suffragettes and debated women's voting rights.
11 Neos are champions; defeat Alphas in a close game, score is 9 to 8.
College Eye 1:1, p.6
3/22/1911 The Neotrophians beat the Alphas, 9-8, in a basketball game. Ida Thompson is named most valuable player.
12 18th annual home oratorical contest
Normal Eyte 21:22, p.384
3/1/1911 Glenn Davis, Jap Wilbur, and Miss McCann placed first, second, and third, respectively, at the annual oratorical contest.
13 Miss Boothroyd, representing the Zeta society wins women's oratorical; Nell Ratcliffe, of the Alphas, claims second place
Normal Eyte 21:13, p.225
12/14/1910 Ellen Boothroyd won the women's literary society oratorical contest; roster of speakers and topics.
14 Miss Faye White
Normal Eyte 21:13, p.231
12/14/1910 Came to College Hill for the oratorical contest; spent time with Nell Ratcliffe.
15 Mrs. Walker
Normal Eyte 21:10, p.176
11/9/1910 Held a program in the Gymnasium.
16 The English Club
Normal Eyte 21:8, p.129
10/26/1910 The development of the new English Club; English and Public Speaking departments organize group; elect officers; Professor Lynch delivers paper.
17 Alpha, Alpha leads the way
Normal Eyte 21:5, p.80
10/5/1910 Describes the initiation of the new Alpha members.
18 Societies
Normal Eyte 21:3, p.50
9/21/1910 Clios hold initiation; Alphas elect officers.
19 Photo
Old Gold 0:0, p.121
6/1/1910 Photo of the members of the Alpha society.
20 The Misses Nell Ratcliffe and Nettie Corson
Normal Eyte 20:33, p.554
5/18/1910 Visited Gertrude Tyrrell.
21 Charming in every detail
Normal Eyte 20:29, p.485
4/20/1910 Misses Margery Graham and Loma Griffin hosted a breakfast.
22 Miss Nell Ratcliffe
Normal Eyte 20:21, p.352
2/16/1910 Has been confined to her room.
23 Nell Ratcliffe
Normal Eyte 20:17, p.290
1/19/1910 Is confined in her room with tonsillitis.
24 Nelle Ratcliffe
Normal Eyte 20:8, p.143
10/27/1909 Spent Sunday with Anne Shanewise.
25 Miss Nelle Radcliffe
Normal Eyte 20:3, p.47
9/23/1909 Spent Sunday with Anne Shanewise.
26 Alpha
Old Gold 0:0, p.223
6/1/1909 Brief history, brief stories, and information from the open session; photo.
27 Basketball double-header; four girls' societies match teams Friday afternoon-Clios and Alphas fight fiercely
Normal Eyte 19:21, p.324
3/3/1909 Two women's intersociety games played, Zeta over Chresto and Clio over Alpha.
28 Saturday evening
Normal Eyte 19:21, p.335
3/3/1909 May Lydia Wright married William Connor Ratliff at the home of Professor and Mrs. David Sands Wright.

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