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Suter--Frances H. (Class of 1936)

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1 'Golden Class' celebrating with special reunion events on campus
Public Relations News Release 1986:415, p.1
5/7/1986 Thirty-five class members from 1936 and their spouses are expected at the event; members of the honored class will participate in Saturday's commencement by wearing their cap and gowns.
2 Frances Suter
Alumnus 26:4, p.29
10/1/1942 Married Earl E. Thorson on July 6, 1941.
3 With great joy we watch visions become realities
Alumnus 24:4, p.23
10/1/1940 Appreciated dreams of President Latham for campus.
4 Sue Lund entertains for past presidents of Women's League
College Eye 30:8, p.3
10/28/1938 Entertains seven former presidents.
5 Frances H. Suter
Alumnus 22:4, p.18
10/1/1938 Teaches English and drama in Eagle Grove, Iowa.
6 Debate
Old Gold 0:0, p.94
6/1/1936 Season highlights and photos.
7 Graduates
Old Gold 0:0, p.242
6/1/1936 Graduate photos.
8 Kappa Delta Pi
Old Gold 0:0, p.112
6/1/1936 Purpose, activities, officers, and members; photos.
9 Phi Sigma Phi
Old Gold 0:0, p.69
6/1/1936 Description of activities, officers, and members; photos.
10 Popular Personalities
Old Gold 0:0, p.121
6/1/1936 Profile of Frances Suter; photo.
11 Who's Who
Old Gold 0:0, p.134
6/1/1936 Profiles of popular students; photos.
12 Women's League
Old Gold 0:0, p.35
6/1/1936 Description of activities and members; photos.
13 Commencement for 320 on June 1; festivities of graduation include Oldfather's talk, banquet, play, reception
College Eye 27:1, p.1
5/22/1936 Schedule of Commencement activities.
14 Recognition Day speakers laud honor students
College Eye 27:43, p.1
5/15/1936 President Latham speaks on goals of ISTC.
15 Recognition will be given to honorary organization members next Wednesday; Nelson, Suter, Graber will address student body at assembly
College Eye 27:42, p.1
5/8/1936 At Recognition Day assembly.
16 General appreciation course is outlined by women students
College Eye 27:41, p.2
5/1/1936 Frances Suter believes there should be more cultural courses in the curriculum.
17 Dean and students return from college women's convention
College Eye 27:40, p.3
4/24/1936 Learn about leadership.
18 Dean Campbell will accompany students to Ohio convention
College Eye 27:38, p.3
4/10/1936 Of women students organizations.
19 Group to attend Ohio conference
College Eye 27:37, p.5
4/3/1936 Will attend meeting of women's associations.
20 Florida debaters here last night
College Eye 27:36, p.1
21 Miami debaters here next week; Southern arguers to meet women's team Thursday in Gilchrist
College Eye 27:35, p.1
22 Debaters, speech students continue forensic activities
College Eye 27:34, p.1
3/13/1936 Results of recent competition; will go to Des Moines for state speech contest.
23 Seven will enter state speech meet
College Eye 27:33, p.1
24 Untitled
College Eye 27:33, p.3
2/28/1936 Junior women meet to discuss their curriculum.
25 Debate teams tie for first at Denver; women debaters victorious in nine out of twelve forensic attempts
College Eye 27:32, p.1
2/21/1936 Despite difficult travel conditions.
26 Will lead grand march tonight
College Eye 27:32, p.3
2/21/1936 Stanley Benz, Frances Suter, Raymond Nelson, and Lois Bragonier will lead the grand march at the Washington Ball; photo.
27 The Teachers College women's debate teams tied with Denver University for first place
Public Relations News Release 1935:639, p.1
2/18/1936 Both teams won nine out of twelve debates.
28 Four students were elected "most representative students"
Public Relations News Release 1935:632, p.1
2/15/1936 The students will be featured in the 1936 Old Gold.
29 Suter, Schrader, Beebee, Smith are chosen; final ballot count reveals first place winners in contest
College Eye 27:31, p.1
2/14/1936 Brief profiles of most representative students.
30 Women debaters leave for Denver forensic contest
College Eye 27:31, p.1
31 Mary Jane Snyder left here for Tama where she would entrain along with three other debaters
Public Relations News Release 1935:607, p.1
2/9/1936 The two teams will be competing in the Rocky Mountain Speech conference.
32 Sadie Campbell wished the two women's debate teams a good trip and good luck
Public Relations News Release 1935:615, p.1
2/9/1936 Photo.
33 Stanley Benz and Frances Suter will lead the prom
Public Relations News Release 1935:614, p.1
2/9/1936 Next in line will be vice president Raymond Nelson.
34 Two women's debate teams planned to leave for Denver, Colorado despite the blizzard
Public Relations News Release 1935:610, p.1
2/9/1936 The team will leave now from Omaha rather than Tama.
35 Two women's debate teams will travel to Tama where they will entrain for Denver, Colorado
Public Relations News Release 1935:608, p.1
2/9/1936 The two teams will attend the Rocky Mountain Speech conference.
36 Sibley has furnished two of the outstanding students at the Teachers College this year
Public Relations News Release 1935:597, p.1
2/7/1936 Profiles.
37 Sixteen Teachers College students have been nominated to represent campus
Public Relations News Release 1935:591, p.1
2/7/1936 Candidates.
38 Teachers College faculty committee picks Who's Who
College Eye 27:30, p.1
2/7/1936 Student Welfare Committee makes selections.
39 Frances Suter will lead the prom at the annual Washington Ball
Public Relations News Release 1935:573, p.1
2/5/1936 She will be accompanied by Stanley Benz.
40 Stanley Benz will lead the prom at the annual Washington Ball
Public Relations News Release 1935:574, p.1
2/5/1936 He will accompany Frances Suter.
41 Debaters place in Illinois meet
College Eye 27:29, p.1
1/31/1936 Tied for first.
42 Debate teams leave for Illinois Wednesday
College Eye 27:28, p.1
43 Four debaters will participate in the Normal University debate tournament
Public Relations News Release 1935:470, p.1
1/21/1936 One men's team and one women's team will make the trip.
44 Teachers College debaters and their coach swing into a busy season
Public Relations News Release 1935:425, p.2
1/15/1936 Schedule of tournaments.
45 Fifty dollars in prizes will be given to the winners in the extempore and oratory contest
Public Relations News Release 1935:344, p.1
12/16/1935 Each speaker will deliver a seven minute talk on some modern social problem.
46 Women's League edits mimeographed bulletin
College Eye 27:24, p.4
12/13/1935 Violet Franklin edits four page newsletter.
47 Dr. Lambertson will conduct a speech clinic at Manchester
Public Relations News Release 1935:281, p.1
11/22/1935 He will be accompanied by three students who will furnish a speech program at the assembly.
48 Lambertson to lead speech clinic today at Manchester, Iowa
College Eye 27:22, p.1
49 Mary Jane Snyder will return to her home town as the "girl who made good"
Public Relations News Release 1935:279, p.1
11/22/1935 Dr. Lambertson will conduct a speech clinic at Manchester High School.
50 Four one-act plays and scenes from three longer dramas will be presented November 21
Public Relations News Release 1935:241, p.1
11/17/1935 Cast and crew.


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