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Development Of The Grange In Iowa, 1868-1930, Myrtle Beinhauer Apr 1959

Development Of The Grange In Iowa, 1868-1930, Myrtle Beinhauer

The Annals of Iowa

No abstract provided.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 39, No. 10, Wku Student Affairs Mar 1959

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 39, No. 10, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Regular features include:

  • Religious News
  • Musical Notes
  • Hilltopics
  • Social Activities Calendar
  • Book Marks
  • Kentucky Building
  • Looking Backward
  • Faculty Facts
  • Society
  • Alumni News
  • ROTC News

This issue contains articles:

  • College Heights Herald Wins Medalist Honors
  • Annual Kentucky Education Association Breakfast Scheduled for April 17
  • Clarence Wolfe, Betty Ruble Will Head 1960 Talisman Staff
  • Harvard Will Debate Here Monday Evening
  • $22,800 Received for Summer Science Program
  • Lerond Curry, Jo Ann Kurtz Compete in Kentucky Oratorical Association Meet
  • President Kelly Thompson Named Kentucky Education Association Representative in 2nd District
  • High ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 23, 1959, Frederick L. Glauser, Mai Vilms Mar 1959

The Ursinus Weekly, March 23, 1959, Frederick L. Glauser, Mai Vilms

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Student-faculty show was well received by Ursinus • Students urged to take SS test, April 30 • U.C. students can enter public speaking contest • Ursinus to host annual county science fair • MSGA discusses new projects March 16 • Dr. Schmoyer to discuss growth of liturgy • Mrs. P. Streich to talk this Wednesday • May Day boasts long history; featured at Ursinus since 1905 • Campus Chest ends; Campaign is successful • Art seminars to begin on April 8 • S-P Jaycees to sponsor Easter sunrise service • Editorial: "That's it" • Our escape from the communists • Letters to the editor • Antics • Girls finish b-ball season; Win 81-31 ...


The Ursinus Weekly, March 16, 1959, Frederick L. Glauser, Allan Lake Rice Mar 1959

The Ursinus Weekly, March 16, 1959, Frederick L. Glauser, Allan Lake Rice

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dr. Helen Cam's Forum talk is well received by Ursinus • S-F show expected to be smash success • Fraternity bids signed today • Curtain Club chooses cast for Spring play • Inter-fraternity weekend to be held April 24-26 • SEAP holds convention at Ursinus College • Girls chosen for May Day dances; Practice begins soon for the event • M. Shilton appointed as new Weekly editor • Dr. Singer discusses mental illness, Mar. 4 • Frosh dance • Editorial: Decisions • APO sells paperbacks • Business Club: Job interview • Prof opinion • Varsity trounces Albright 79-26; J-V's victorious • Tennis team prepares for 1959 season • Track prospects look good for 1959 ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 39, No. 9, Wku Student Affairs Mar 1959

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 39, No. 9, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Regular features include:

  • Religious News
  • Musical Notes
  • Hilltopics
  • Social Activities Calendar
  • Book Marks
  • Kentucky Building
  • Looking Backward
  • Faculty Facts
  • Society
  • Alumni News
  • ROTC News

This issue contains articles:

  • Western Receives 5th Grant from National Science Foundation
  • Lerond Curry Wins Robinson Oratorical
  • Western Speakers Will Compete in Two Meets
  • Lt. Governor Harry Waterfield Will Speak at Western
  • 508 Students on Honor Roll for Fall Semester
  • Cherryton Moved to New Site – Bates-Runner Hall
  • Stanley Babin Will Give Concert March 21
  • Anderson, Kay. Carousel Will Be Staged Next Thurs. & Friday Nights ...


1959 Brown And Gold Vol 42 No 08 March 13, 1959 Mar 1959

1959 Brown And Gold Vol 42 No 08 March 13, 1959

Brown and Gold

Regis University Student Newspaper


The Ursinus Weekly, March 9, 1959, Frederick L. Glauser, Marla Shilton, John Swinton, Cindy Buchanan Mar 1959

The Ursinus Weekly, March 9, 1959, Frederick L. Glauser, Marla Shilton, John Swinton, Cindy Buchanan

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

J. Robbins is '59 May queen; Court, committees are picked • Folk song concert presented, Mar. 21 • Juniors plan to present prom • Dr. Helen Cam to speak at Forum Wed. • Junior men should apply for Cub and Key • 90th anniversary of its charter celebrated by Ursinus on Feb. 19 • Campus Chest opens annual charity drive • APO plans for future events • SEAP hears pupils discuss teachers • Editorial: "Giving?" • Weavers • Letters to the editor • Sun dial was fast • Intramural night to be held Tuesday, March 24 • Badminton team wins third in row • Courtmen end season; Lose 2 more contests • Grapplers end season with ...


Poets By Any Other Name, Brooklyn College Mar 1959

Poets By Any Other Name, Brooklyn College

Brooklyn College History

Article in The Kingsman, Brooklyn College student newspaper, on poets Allen Ginsberg, Gregory Corso, and Peter Orlovsky


March (Vol. 31, No. 5) Mar 1959

March (Vol. 31, No. 5)

The Ohio Independent Baptist

No abstract provided.


The Reverend W B Clarke In Illawarra, Edgar Beale Mar 1959

The Reverend W B Clarke In Illawarra, Edgar Beale

Illawarra Historical Society Bulletin

No abstract provided.


Recommendations For Lay Leadership Training In Central Brazil, Ralph W. Wilde Mar 1959

Recommendations For Lay Leadership Training In Central Brazil, Ralph W. Wilde

Western Evangelical Seminary Theses

Evangelical pastors in central Brazil who pertain to the Brazilian denomination known as the "União das Igrejas Evangélicas Congregacionais e Cristãs" do Brasil(the U.I.E.C.C.B.) serve charges with as many as twenty-eight preaching points. Distances are great. Roads, communications and means of transportation are poor. Outpost stations, outpost Sunday schools and outpost congregations do well to see their pastor once a month. Some see him only once a year.

Since these U.I.E.C.C.B. pastors are overburdened with responsibility for sermons, sacraments and supervision, most of the speaking, teaching, witnessing and administering ...


A Proposed Program Of Teacher Training For Friends, Howard E. Harmon Mar 1959

A Proposed Program Of Teacher Training For Friends, Howard E. Harmon

Western Evangelical Seminary Theses

One of the greatest challenges that the church faces today comes from within. When the average Christian thinks of the challenges facing the church, his mind. generally thinks of the various needs connected with foreign missions, home missions, church extension, orphanages, Sunday school activities, young people's work, denominations' special social work, or evangelism. Each of these areas carries its special challenge in its own right, but there is a problem within every church that must be met if the church is to adequately carry on these numerous activities.

If a church is to be strong in its external relationships ...


Preacher's Magazine Volume 34 Number 03, Lauriston J. Du Bois (Editor) Mar 1959

Preacher's Magazine Volume 34 Number 03, Lauriston J. Du Bois (Editor)

Preacher's Magazine

Cover — G. Campbell Morgan
Photo courtesy Library, Congregational Christian Church, Boston, Massachusetts

Should We Ever Be Intolerant? L. Nelson Bell
The Twins Who Gossiped, Fletcher Spruce
Editorial, Street-Level Entrance
The Preaching of G. Campbell Morgan, James McGraw
The Call of God Through His Church, George W. Privett
The Bible, Word of the Living God, Paul Updike
The Problem of the Alcoholic (III), Edwin Fair, M.D.
The Arminian View of Inspiration (III), Ralph Earle
The Devotional Life of the Evangelist, H. G. Purkhiser
It’s Fun Being a Preacher’s Wife, Pauline E. Spray
Paul’s Concept of the Pastorate ...


Jefferson Alumni Bulletin – Volume Xi, Number 1 March 1959 Mar 1959

Jefferson Alumni Bulletin – Volume Xi, Number 1 March 1959

Jefferson Medical College Alumni Bulletin

Jefferson Alumni Bulletin – Volume XI, Number 1 March 1959

Publication Committee, page 1

Annual Business meeting and dinner, page 2

Eleventh graduate assembly, page 5

Dr. DePalma takes office as Alumni association president, page 8

Promotions and new appointments, page 9

Dr. Fetter appointed Nathan Lewis Hatfield professor of urinary surgery, page 11

Dr. Robert I. wise appointed Magee professor of medicine and head of the department, page 13

Necrology, page 15

Department of neurological surgery, page 16

Annual giving fund drive at mid-point John H. Gibbon, Jr., M.D., Chairman, page 28

Class standings – Alumni annual giving fund, June ...


Squaring The Circle, Otterbein University Theatre And Dance Department Feb 1959

Squaring The Circle, Otterbein University Theatre And Dance Department

1958-1959 Season

A hilarious Comedy from Soviet Russia about two mismated couples who are obliged to live in a single room because of the acute housing shortage. Each of the girls turns her half of the room into a symbol of her own mind. On one side is the Spartan bareness of an earnest Communist; on the other, the comforts of the bourgeois. But the husbands do not feel at ease in their halves, each hankering for the woman and atmosphere on the other side. This basic story, with incidents that make it one continuous laugh, is not without its serious implications ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 39, No. 8, Wku Student Affairs Feb 1959

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 39, No. 8, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Regular features include:

  • Religious News
  • Musical Notes
  • Hilltopics
  • Social Activities Calendar
  • Book Marks
  • Kentucky Building
  • Looking Backward
  • Faculty Facts
  • Society
  • Alumni News
  • ROTC News

This issue contains articles:

  • Western Accepts Bid to Sugar Bowl Tourney
  • High School Senior Day Scheduled for May 1
  • Robinson Contest Set for March 5
  • Alice Chumbley is Mountain Laurel Candidate
  • Western Grad Receives Civil Service Award – Paul McDaniel
  • Student National Education Association Contest
  • W.J. “Uncle Billy” Craig Retired Educator, Dies
  • Faculty Banquet is March 9
  • Carousel is Tentatively Scheduled March 18-19
  • Hardin Thompson ...


The Ursinus Weekly, February 23, 1959, Frederick L. Glauser, Bruce P. Sherman, J. Kenneth Trauger Feb 1959

The Ursinus Weekly, February 23, 1959, Frederick L. Glauser, Bruce P. Sherman, J. Kenneth Trauger

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Freshmen women welcomed on Color Day, Thurs. Feb. 19 • Jackie Robbins is May queen • Faculty holds panel discussion this evening • WAA to present "the shuffle" on Fri., Feb. 27 • U.C. students take part in religious week • Senior class presents "She forgot to remember" on March 6 and 7 • T. Holcombe chosen king of Lorelei, Friday • U.C. students solve "Time" map puzzle • Chi Alpha presents Rev. Mr. H. Muensterman • Roberts receives degree • Editorial: "Help us" • Wisdom • U.C. mermaids swamp Beaver by 46-20 • Girl b-ballers romp in 1st 3 games of season • Courtmen lose two to PMC, Swarthmore • Badminton ...


Program; 1959-02-22, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus Feb 1959

Program; 1959-02-22, The Royal Serenaders Male Chorus

Concert & Event Programs

No abstract provided.


The Boy Friend, De French (Director, Choreography), Marin Weiner (General Manager), Billy Jenkins (Musical Director), Robert Welling (Musical Director), Theodore Richardson (Set Designer), Newton Rise (Lighting), Jill Edwards (Rehearsal Pianist) Feb 1959

The Boy Friend, De French (Director, Choreography), Marin Weiner (General Manager), Billy Jenkins (Musical Director), Robert Welling (Musical Director), Theodore Richardson (Set Designer), Newton Rise (Lighting), Jill Edwards (Rehearsal Pianist)

Theater playbooks – Babson Theatre Guild (1957-1977)

No abstract provided.


1959 Brown And Gold Vol 42 No 07 February 20, 1959 Feb 1959

1959 Brown And Gold Vol 42 No 07 February 20, 1959

Brown and Gold

Regis University Student Newspaper


The Ursinus Weekly, February 16, 1959, Frederick L. Glauser, Anne M. Mcwilliams, Alfred L. Creager, Bruce P. Sherman Feb 1959

The Ursinus Weekly, February 16, 1959, Frederick L. Glauser, Anne M. Mcwilliams, Alfred L. Creager, Bruce P. Sherman

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper

Dr. Goncharoff discusses world youth at Forum Wed. • Seniors to present play by C. George • Curtain Club presents plays • French Club presents Mme. Helene Bordas • YM-YWCA plan for Spring semester • Music room • Freshmen women elected Wed. Feb. 11 to YWCA, WAA, WSGA • Annual Lorelei to be held at Sunnybrook Fri. • May queen to be elected • Editorial: "Destruction" • Student opinion • Prof's opinion • Girls' b-ball teams win season's start • B-ball squad drops two close tilts • Ursinus whips E-town in wrestling match 30-6 • Letters to the editor


Eastern Illinois Symphony Orchestra, Winter 1959, Earl Boyd Feb 1959

Eastern Illinois Symphony Orchestra, Winter 1959, Earl Boyd

Music Programs

No abstract provided.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 39, No. 7, Wku Student Affairs Feb 1959

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 39, No. 7, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Regular features include:

  • Religious News
  • Musical Notes
  • Hilltopics
  • Social Activities Calendar
  • Book Marks
  • Kentucky Building
  • Looking Backward
  • Faculty Facts
  • Society
  • Alumni News
  • ROTC News

This issue contains articles:

  • American Association of University Women Meet Scheduled for February 19
  • Western Allotted $6,821 in National Loan Funds
  • Casting for Carousel has Started
  • Debate Team Places 4th in Tourney
  • A.J. Thurman Named Executive Secretary of Foundation
  • Robert May Takes First Place in Ogden Contest
  • Sweetheart Ball is Tonight in Student Center
  • Hardin Thompson Undergoes 2nd Brain Operation
  • Western ...


Campus Lights 1959, Murray State College Feb 1959

Campus Lights 1959, Murray State College

Campus Lights

No abstract provided.


1959 Brown And Gold Vol 42 No 06 February 6, 1959 Feb 1959

1959 Brown And Gold Vol 42 No 06 February 6, 1959

Brown and Gold

Regis University Student Newspaper


February (Vol. 31, No. 4) Feb 1959

February (Vol. 31, No. 4)

The Ohio Independent Baptist

No abstract provided.


Growth Of Wollongong & District Since The Beginning Of This Century, William Victor Mintorn Feb 1959

Growth Of Wollongong & District Since The Beginning Of This Century, William Victor Mintorn

Illawarra Historical Society Bulletin

No abstract provided.


Missionary Penance, Kilian Mcdonnell Osb Feb 1959

Missionary Penance, Kilian Mcdonnell Osb

Saint John’s Abbey Publications

No abstract provided.


The Marian Library Newsletter: Vol. 14, Nos. 5-6, University Of Dayton. Marian Library. Feb 1959

The Marian Library Newsletter: Vol. 14, Nos. 5-6, University Of Dayton. Marian Library.

Marian Library Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Current Literature: Titles And Abstracts, Catholic Physicians' Guilds Feb 1959

Current Literature: Titles And Abstracts, Catholic Physicians' Guilds

The Linacre Quarterly

The purpose of this department in The Linacre Quarterly is to make available by titular listing such current articles as are thought to be of particular interest to the Catholic physician by virtue of their medical literature although, of necessity, this source is the most fruitful. When abstracts appear, they are intended to reflect the content of the original article. Parenthetical editorial comment may follow the abstract if considered desirable. Contributions from readers are invited.