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Tuttle--Winifred Martha (Class of 1920; Extension and English Faculty)

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1 English
Alumnus 17:4, p.2
10/1/1933 Profile of Department of English and its head, S. A. Lynch; photo.
2 Winifred Turtle
Alumnus 17:3, p.28
7/1/1933 Married Irving H. Hart on May 26, 1933.
3 Winifred Tuttle becomes bride of Irving H. Hart
College Eye 25:1, p.1
6/5/1933 Married May 26, 1933.
4 Drama
Old Gold 0:0, p.154
6/1/1933 Description of the drama department and six major productions; photos.
5 English
Old Gold 0:0, p.23
6/1/1933 History and aims of the department; organized in 1909; curriculum; photos.
6 Kappa Theta Psi
Old Gold 0:0, p.239
6/1/1933 Officers, history, members, and pledges; campus Beta chapter organized in 1906; photos.
7 Playcraft Club
Old Gold 0:0, p.184
6/1/1933 Officers, history, purpose, active members, and candidates; organized January 13, 1925, to give greater opportunities for acting and directing; photos.
8 Theta Alpha Phi
Old Gold 0:0, p.218
6/1/1933 Officers, description, and members; Beta chapter organized on campus in 1922 for advanced drama students; photos.
9 A light commedy for the annual commencement play
Public Relations News Release 1932:318, p.1
5/22/1933 "The Women Have Their Way" by the Quintero brothers, will be in the college auditorium Thursday and Friday, May 25 and 26, at 8:15 p. m.
10 Prep dramatists will see spring play performed; three hundred expected at drama conference tomorrow
College Eye 24:29, p.1
4/21/1933 About three hundred will attend.
11 Annual drama conference to be staged here; high school meeting will convene Saturday, April 22
College Eye 24:28, p.1
4/14/1933 Description of the program of the third annual drama conference.
12 Shakespeare will be presented
Public Relations News Release 1932:282, p.1
4/14/1933 "Romeo and Juliet" will be presented for the students April 20 and 24, and on April 22 for the delegates of the third annual state high school drama conference.
13 Third annual conference on play production
Public Relations News Release 1932:283, p.1
4/14/1933 "Romeo and Juliet" will be presented on April 22 to high school students and teachers from all over the state, as part of the third annual state high school drama conference.
14 This campus et al.
College Eye 24:28, p.3
4/14/1933 News from ISTC and other campuses.
15 Cast is chosen for spring play; Shakespeare's play 'Romeo and Juliet' to be given in April
College Eye 24:26, p.1
3/31/1933 List of cast members.
16 Have you seen Hollywood? It's here in 'Once in a Lifetime'; three troupers have leads in current comedy satire
College Eye 24:20, p.1
2/17/1933 Preview of the play.
17 Raymond Phillips holds a prominent part
Public Relations News Release 1932:237, p.1
2/1/1933 Raymond Phillips plays a prominent part in the play "Once in a Lifetime", Thursday and Friday , February 16 and 17.
18 The annual mid-winter production "Once in Lifetime"
Public Relations News Release 1932:236, p.1
2/1/1933 Approximately fifty drama students will stage the play, "Once in a LIfetime", Thursday and Friday, February 16 and 17, as their annual mid-winter production.
19 Cast is chosen for annual mid-winter play, "Once in a Lifetime"; action is centered around a Vaudeville team in Hollywood
College Eye 24:17, p.1
1/27/1933 Preview of the play; list of cast members.
20 Drama division selects comedy mid-winter play; "Once in a Life Time" will be produced February 16 and 17
College Eye 24:16, p.1
1/20/1933 Play preview.
21 Drama classes produced "Scarecrow"
Alumnus 17:1, p.13
1/1/1933 Four act drama is Homecoming play.
22 Four plays are to be presented; performance tonight will be staged by the first term drama class
College Eye 24:11, p.1
11/18/1932 Play production class will present show.
23 Play production class will give play program; four one-act plays from comedy to drama to be staged Friday
College Eye 24:10, p.1
11/11/1932 Brief descriptions of the four plays.
24 Faculty to talk in Des Moines; meeting of State Teachers Association to convene November 2
College Eye 24:8, p.1
10/28/1932 Many ISTC faculty will take part in program.
25 Author wires O. K. on play; Mackaye wishes success to drama staff in work on 'Scarecrow'
College Eye 24:3, p.1
9/23/1932 Receives approval to stage "The Scarecrow".
26 'The Scarecrow' is selected as first fall play; Stanley Wood fills Holden's place as technical director
College Eye 24:2, p.1
9/16/1932 Profile of Stanley Wood.
27 Two members of drama faculty are given leaves
College Eye 24:1, p.1
9/6/1932 Charles Holden and Hazel Strayer will be away; Winifred Tuttle will take up their work.
28 The first electric flasher sign
Public Relations News Release 1931:423, p.1
6/19/1932 Theatre department's latest production is "Good Hope".
29 Miss Tuttle returns from leave spent in University of N. C.
College Eye 23:46, p.1
6/17/1932 Studied drama there for twelve weeks.
30 Professor is chosen drama contest judge
College Eye 23:46, p.1
6/17/1932 Winifred Tuttle will judge women's club music competition.
31 "The Black Flamingo"
Old Gold 0:0, p.176
6/1/1932 Names of cast members; photos.
32 "What Every Woman Knows"
Old Gold 0:0, p.178
6/1/1932 Names of cast members; photos.
33 Kappa Theta Psi
Old Gold 0:0, p.255
6/1/1932 Names of officers and members; photos.
34 Theta Alpha Phi
Old Gold 0:0, p.180
6/1/1932 Description of the organization; names of members; photos.
35 Seventy-five students will portray characters
Public Relations News Release 1931:279, p.1
4/1/1932 Preview of the Eugene O'Neill play "Marco Millions"; list of cast members.
36 Marie Park replaces Winifred Tuttle, now on leave of absence
College Eye 23:35, p.2
3/25/1932 Profile of Marie Park.
37 Winifred Tuttle is given leave of absence for continuation of study
College Eye 23:34, p.1
3/18/1932 Will study in North Carolina.
38 Actors divulge "What Every Woman Knows"; Dorothy Hartleip and Howard Roberts achieve convincing portrayals of prominent figures in Barrie comedy
Ferris--Bertha E. (Classes of 1929 and 1932)
College Eye 23:26, p.1
1/15/1932 Review of the play; photo.
39 Dororthy Hartleip and Donald Kelley
Public Relations News Release 1931:169, p.1
1/11/1932 Have the leading roles in "What Every Woman Knows."
40 Dorothy Hartliep and Don Kelley, both of Waterloo
Public Relations News Release 1931:163, p.1
1/10/1932 Cast and crew announced for J. M. Barrie's play "What Every Women Knows."
41 Declamatory finalists will speak in contest next Friday evening
College Eye 23:20, p.6
11/6/1931 List of speakers.
42 Eight students were selected
Public Relations News Release 1931:59, p.1
10/18/1931 Students compete in speech contest; list of competitors and judges.
43 Eight contestants will compete in annual declamatory contest
College Eye 23:17, p.1
10/16/1931 List of competitors.
44 Contestants survive rigors of preliminary declam competition
College Eye 23:16, p.1
10/9/1931 List of those who will move on to next level.
45 Lists for declamatory contest are still open
College Eye 23:14, p.1
46 Department of English
Old Gold 0:0, p.21
6/1/1931 Three purposes of the department; photos.
47 Kappa Theta Psi
Old Gold 0:0, p.253
6/1/1931 Honorary members, sorores on faculty, sorores in college, and pledges; photo.
48 Playcraft Club
Old Gold 0:0, p.187
6/1/1931 Description of the club and the fall play; photos.
49 Theta Alpha Phi
Old Gold 0:0, p.186
6/1/1931 Officers, members, and history of the national honorary drama fraternity; photos.
50 Teachers and pupils gather here tomorrow at first drama meet; talks by faculty here feature program; "Redemption" to close conference
College Eye 22:26, p.1
4/10/1931 Several faculty will give presentations to students; will also present play.


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