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Shoemaker--Esther Grace (Classes of 1915 and 1927; Home Economics Faculty)

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1 Teachers College High School holds 75th reunion
Nonpareil 71:2, p.22
3/1/1987 Four surviving members of class of 1911 meet in California.
2 Former instructor named woman of the year
Alumnus 39:1, p.6
2/1/1955 Esther G. Kramer honored by Progressive Farmer magazine.
3 Mrs. Charles Kramer, (Esther Grace Shoemaker)
Alumnus 31:4, p.21
10/1/1947 Has one daughter and one granddaughter. She has been district home economics demonstration agent at Little Rock since 1929 and was president of the Arkansas Home Economics Association from 1940 to 1942.
4 Mrs. Charles T. Kramer
Alumnus 27:2, p.31
4/1/1943 The former Esther G. Shoemaker is supervisor of home demonstration work in Little Rock, Arkansas.
5 Three daughters of I. S. T. C. graduates, Harriet Kramer Webb, Hazel Flagler Begeman, Esther Shoemaker Kramer
Alumnus 24:2, p.23
4/1/1940 Louise Fredericka Webb, daughter of Roy and Harriet Kramer Webb, married Frederick Reeves Hamilton, Houston, Tex., Oct. 14, 1939. Junior bridesmaids were Jean Begeman and Betty Lou Kramer, daughter of Charles and Esther Shoemaker Kramer.
6 Mrs. Charles T. Kramer
Alumnus 23:2, p.4
4/1/1939 Mrs. Kramer is president of Arkansas Home Economics Association; Mr. Kramer works for Farm Security Administration.
7 Mrs. Charles T. Kramer, (Esther G. Shoemaker)
Alumnus 23:1, p.18
1/1/1939 Is president of the Arkansas State Home Economics Association. She is also national chairman of the department of Home Economics in Extension, elected at the meeting of the American Home Economics Association in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in June.
8 Chas. T. Kramer
Alumni News Letter 5:3, p.6
7/1/1921 Charles T. Kramer teaches in Wattensaw, Arkansas with his wife, Esther Grace Shoemaker-Kramer. The couple donate a specimen of lunar moth to the college museum.
9 Esther Shoemaker Kramer
College Eye 9:18, p.7
2/12/1918 Substituted in Wavering.
10 Mrs. Esther Kramer
College Eye 9:4, p.7
10/10/1917 Is staying with her mother; her husband has been called to service.
11 Marriages 2
Alumni News Letter 1:1, p.1
7/1/1917 Esther Shoemaker married Charles Kramer June 12, 1917.
12 The superintendent of schools at Iowa Falls
College Eye 8:26, p.7
4/25/1917 Was on campus looking for teachers.
13 An announcement party
College Eye 8:24, p.5
4/11/1917 The wedding of Esther Grace Shoemaker to Charles P. Kramer announced.
14 Miss Esther Shoemaker
College Eye 8:18, p.7
2/14/1917 Is teaching at Iowa Falls; visited the Hill.
15 Esther Shoemaker
College Eye 8:17, p.8
2/7/1917 Is teaching in Iowa Falls.
16 Cedar Falls people
College Eye 7:18, p.7
2/16/1916 A number of ISTC students have been teaching in Iowa Falls.
17 Miss Esther Shoemaker
College Eye 7:16, p.8
2/2/1916 Spent time at her home on Olive Street.
18 Jolly weekend house party
College Eye 7:13, p.2
1/12/1916 Paul Farlow and Harold Frisby entertained their friends at Paul's house.
19 Cliorio Dinner
College Eye 7:6, p.1
10/27/1915 Clios and Orios gave formal dinner after initiation ceremony.
20 Clios initiate; new ceremony grand success
College Eye 7:6, p.1
10/27/1915 First year to implement new initiation ritual.
21 Miss Esther Shoemaker
College Eye 7:6, p.7
10/27/1915 Visited schools in Waterloo and attended the Cliosophic initiation and banquet.
22 "Milestones"
Old Gold 0:0, p.231
6/1/1915 Character list; synopsis of the play produced on June 8, 1914; photo.
23 Home Economics
Old Gold 0:0, p.33
6/1/1915 Photos of graduates.
24 Mid-Winter play "Stop Thief"
Old Gold 0:0, p.226
6/1/1915 Character list; synopsis of the play produced on February 1, 1915; photo.
25 The College Eye staff
Old Gold 0:0, p.172
6/1/1915 Lester Ary was editor-in-chief; Esther Shoemaker was local and alumni editor, and Axel Justesen was business manager; photo.
26 Bert McDonald
College Eye 4:27, p.1
4/22/1915 Bert McDonald received superintendent position in Clarksville; Esther Shoemaker will teach in Iowa Falls.
27 Commencement play is chosen; students interested in elocution will present hit by Clyde Fitch
College Eye 4:24, p.1
4/1/1915 "Nathan Hale" will be performed; cast is announced.
28 Philos banquet the Alphas; sumptuous feast is spread by Philos in honor of Alphas; honorary faculty present
College Eye 4:23, p.5
3/25/1915 Four course supper was served in Gymnasium.
29 College Orchestra gives splendid concert; program was varied and pleasing; orchestra is best in several years
College Eye 4:20, p.1
2/18/1915 Review of Symphony Orchestra's performance.
30 College romance
College Eye 4:20, p.5
2/18/1915 Dorothy Ruth Shoemaker and J. Howard Huston were married on February 12.
31 Stop Thief scores big hit; capacity house greets first appearance Friday evening; six hundred at second rendition Monday evening
College Eye 4:18, p.1
2/4/1915 Review of student performance of "Stop Thief."
32 Midwinter play will be January 29; popular farce, "Stop Thief," will be presented by elocution department
College Eye 4:15, p.2
1/14/1915 Bertha Martin works to prepare students for upcoming performance; cast is announced.
33 Work continues on midwinter play; Farce, "Stop Thief," will be presented in the latter part of January
College Eye 4:13, p.2
12/17/1914 Cast announced.
34 Oratorical Association elects officers
College Eye 4:8, p.1
10/29/1914 Idea of an Interstate Normal School contest for women was discussed.
35 Clio
Hendrickson--H. E. (Student--1916)
Old Gold 0:0, p.239
6/1/1914 Illustration of woman; Cliosophic society colors, mottos, and song provided; roster of presidents and members; society news; poem; photos.
36 The College Eye Staff 1914-15
Old Gold 0:0, p.188
6/1/1914 Quotes from editor-in-chief, local-alumni editor, and business manager' photo.
37 Commencement play cast is announced
College Eye 3:29, p.478
5/7/1914 Will perform "Milestones"; roster of cast members.
38 Candidates announcements
College Eye 3:19, p.321
2/12/1914 Candidates for the 1914-15 College Eye announced.
39 Editorial
College Eye 3:19, p.315
2/12/1914 Recommends new editors for next year's College Eye; encourages students to attend Helen Keller's speech; would like basketball scoreboard in the Gymnasium.
40 McDonald wins declamatory contest
College Eye 3:17, p.284
1/29/1914 Flora Stookey won second and Esther Shoemaker won third place.
41 Dramatic contest held Friday
College Eye 3:15, p.252
1/15/1914 Nine students will be speaking.
42 Christian Associations
College Eye 3:5, p.89
10/2/1913 Y. W. C. A. had cabinet changes; encourages all women to attend weekly meetings.
43 Hazel Strayer wins first place
College Eye 3:5, p.88
10/2/1913 Nine contestants delivered preliminary declamatory speeches.
44 Christian Associations
College Eye 3:3, p.55
9/17/1913 Officers elected; annual conference held at Lake Geneva; Newman Society held reception.
45 Cliosophic
Old Gold 0:0, p.272
6/1/1913 Society song, members, colors, and flower; photo.
46 Y. W. C. A.
Old Gold 0:0, p.147
6/1/1913 Roster of officers and chairpersons, brief history; photo.
47 Y. W. C. A. cabinet for 1913-1914
College Eye 2:24, p.5
3/27/1913 Roster of officers.
48 Y. W. C. A. notes
College Eye 2:21, p.4
2/27/1913 Roster of nominees for offices; calendar of upcoming events.
49 Esther Shoemaker
College Eye 2:16, p.5
1/23/1913 Entertained the Y. W. C. A. cabinet and Misses Marshall and Morris.
50 Among the students
College Eye 2:10, p.6
11/7/1912 Roster of students who attended the Y. W. C. A. convention in Cedar Rapids.


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