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Hollins Columns (1942 Dec 4), Hollins College Dec 1942

Hollins Columns (1942 Dec 4), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Founder’s Day Comes to Campus; Shoals of Fish Congregate Here—Whale! Whale! The Gang’s All Here! What the Hook Do We Care!—Splash!—Song of the Sea Nymphs (poem)—Minnie Swims with Meny Schools—20,000 Legs Under the Sea—Scales ‘n’ Scallops—Use No Hooks-String Him a Line!—The Time Has Come (poem)—A Gull’s Point of View—A Bouy’s Point of View—Orders of Bridge—Under the Foam


Hollins Columns (1942 Nov 20), Hollins College Nov 1942

Hollins Columns (1942 Nov 20), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: George C. Obenshain Rescues Pilots; Roanoke Man Cited As Hero—Y.W.C.A. Sponsors Dr. George Heaton—Durrschmidt Tells of War Experiences—Miss Recker Joints Hollins Faculty—Defense Courses To Begin Here Next Semester—Mr. William A Preston, Mr. George S. Shackelford Judge Gymkhana; Jumping Class Won by Patricia Graling on “Ma Cherie”—Campus Community Pledges $970 to World Student Service Fund—Publisher Releases Miss Ruedi’s book—Wilson Announces Results of Survey—New Art Exhibit Is Announced—Hollins Columns Staff—One at a Time, Please—The World Today—Under the Dome—Skirting the Field—Thanksgiving ...


Hollins Columns (1942 Nov 6), Hollins College Nov 1942

Hollins Columns (1942 Nov 6), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Hollins Columns States Policy for 1942-43—Howard Boatwright Cast for Fall Play, Guest Artist Here Named By Board—Freshmen to Present Four Plays Saturday—Music Federation Holds Meeting at Hollins—Nine New Apprentices Join Orchesis Group—Class of ’44 Plans Prom for December 5—Gymkhana to be Held on November 14—American Group in Oils Shown in ‘Y’—Ernst Wolff, Baritone, Presents Concert and Informal Music—Air Cadets from Roanoke to be Entertained Here—Cotillion Club Chooses Twenty New Members—Eight Hollins Girls Listed in “Who’s Who”—Schedule of Events—Hollins Column Staff—Freedom of the ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 19, No. 3, Wku Student Affairs Oct 1942

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 19, No. 3, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Hilltopics
  • Campus Chips of the Cadet Corps
  • Looking Backward
  • Society – Personals
  • Faculty Notes
  • Alumni Flashes
  • Music Morsels
  • Service Column
  • Weddings - Engagements
  • Spikes, Cleats & Sneakers
  • Daily Doings
  • On Our Western Front
  • The Service Column

This issue contains articles:

  • Plans Made for Wartime Homecoming
  • Twenty One Seniors Named for Who’s Who
  • Western Basketball Team to Play DePaul University at Chicago Stadium
  • Charles Taylor is Acting Head – Agriculture (WKU)
  • Lieutenant Carlton Clark, Former Grid Star at Western, Missing in Action
  • Service Board to be Here November 12
  • Harrison ...


Hollins Columns (1942 Oct 24), Hollins College Oct 1942

Hollins Columns (1942 Oct 24), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Senter is Elected Junior Officer—Necessary Price Rise Begins at Tea Room—Committee Studies Petition Problems—Winship to Edit Hollins Handbooks—Hallowe’en Brings Spooks, Ghosts, and Haunts to Hollins Campus, Special Banquet Celebration Will Be Followed by Senior Stunts—Executive Council Coordinates Work—Isabel de Palencia Comes to Hollins; Authoress Speaks at Convocation—Swimming Club Grows; Members Take Tests—Cinema Guild Brings Film Here Saturday—Schedule of Events—The Students Discuss Farming During Wartime—Members of Teams To be Announced—Two Hollins Girls Attend Meetings—Mr. Goodale Offers Farewell Recital—Dorscheid Announces New Staff of Spinster ...


Hollins Columns (1942 Oct 9), Hollins College Oct 1942

Hollins Columns (1942 Oct 9), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Social Committee Announces Plans—Sophomores to Give Freshmen Carnival—Hollins Student Body Chooses Burt for Secretary-Treasurer—College Choir Adds Members—Molly Weeks Heads Legislative Board—S.S.S.?—Toepleman, Spears, Davidson Join Staff—Choral Club Elects Chewning President—“Y” Elects Davenport Secretary, May States Plans for Year—Martin Will Head New House Board—A.A.U.W. Sponsors Benefit Play—Schedule of Events—The Students Discuss: War Marriages


Hollins Columns (1942 Sept 21), Hollins College Sep 1942

Hollins Columns (1942 Sept 21), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Donald Davidson Gives Address—Hollins Spinsters Decrease Rapidly—Faculty Members Join the Service—Introducing the B.G.O.C.’s—Important Notice!—Freshmen Welcomed by Group Leaders—Open Letter to the Class of ’46—16 New Members Join School Staff—Hollins Becomes Family Tradition—Y.W.C.A. to Give “V” Party Tonight—List of Teachers in Service—Hollins Columns Staff—Directory of New Students—Two Frosh Collaborate on Opinion of Hollins—Under the Dome—Don’t be Amazed


Hattie Caraway 1938 Senatorial Race Scrapbook, 1936-1942 Aug 1942

Hattie Caraway 1938 Senatorial Race Scrapbook, 1936-1942

Hattie Caraway 1938 Senatorial Race scrapbook, 1936-1942

This scrapbook contains clippings from identified newspapers primarily around Arkansas, but also from Washington, D.C. and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, regarding Hattie Caraway and her 1938 Senatorial race.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 18, No. 17, Wku Student Affairs Jun 1942

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 18, No. 17, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Hilltopics
  • Campus Chips of the Cadet Corps
  • Looking Backward
  • Society – Personals
  • Faculty Notes
  • Alumni Flashes
  • Music Notes
  • At the Capitol - Movies
  • Weddings - Engagements
  • Spikes, Cleats & Sneakers

This issue contains articles:

  • Western Offers Work in 20 Departments
  • Hold Memorial Chapel Services for Prof. Franz Strahm
  • David Morton to Address Graduates Tonight Charles Welch Delivered Baccalaureate Speech
  • Boys State Meets on Hill June 7-13
  • ROTC Offered in Summer School
  • Open Shop Held by Industrial Arts
  • Western Approved for V-1 Program
  • Special Issue of College Heights Herald
  • State College Heads Advise 1942 High School Graduates
  • Many Special Feature Round Out Summer School Program
  • Under New Plan Students May be Draft Exempted Until Graduation
  • Outline of Living Accommodations is Made for Prospective Students
  • September 21-22 Designated As Freshmen Orientation Days
  • Statement From WKTC President Paul L. Garrett
  • Bowling Green’s Location is Excellently Suited for College
  • Dining Rooms
  • Information is Given Regarding the Possibilities of Self Support
  • Every Effort is Made to Safeguard the Health of Western’s Students
  • Expenses at Western are Kept at the Lowest Possible Figures
  • Nolan Fallahay Wins Oratorical Medal
  • James Elam Speaks at Athletic Banquet
  • Herald Awarded All-American Honors by the Associated Collegiate Press
  • War Education Course is Offered in Summer School
  • Western’s 50,000 Volume Library is An Up-to-Date Student Workshop
  • Many Students Study Penmanship at Western
  • Full Four-Year Course Offered in ROTC
  • Mack Sisk, Dorthie Hall Named Co-Editors for Next Year; Robert Cochran to be Business Manager
  • Western Military Dept. is Given Excellent Rating
  • Geography Department Offers Many Courses in Modern Laboratories
  • Western Offers a Complete Course in Smith-Hughes Home Economics
  • Three Portraits in Kentucky Museum are Originals by E.F. Andrews
  • Varied Social Program
  • Prominent Roles Played by Clubs in Campus Life
  • Modern Reading Clinic Held by Training School
  • Needs of ...


Hollins Columns (1942 May 29), Hollins College May 1942

Hollins Columns (1942 May 29), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Graves and Poteat to Speak Here—Underhill, Hones Elected Officers of Orchesis—Anne Page Elected Choir President for Next Year—Randolph Will Give Party for Seniors—Pick Broadway Show for Commencement—Grobmeyer Replaces Peters as Head of Student Body; Platform of Next Year’s Council Presented—Many Important Hollins Guests Acclaim Hundredth Anniversary’s Success—Commencement Calendar—Hollins Columns Staff—A Verage or Superior?—Evolution of a Sheepskin Holder (poem)—Where Do You Go From Here?—Under the Dome—Century Breaks Tradition at Hollins As Ancient Procedures are Spurned—Susan Johnston Declares ADA Policy for ’42-’43 ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 18, No. 16, Wku Student Affairs May 1942

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 18, No. 16, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Hilltopics
  • Campus Chips of the Cadet Corps
  • Looking Backward
  • Society – Personals
  • Faculty Notes
  • Alumni Flashes
  • Music Notes
  • At the Capitol - Movies
  • Weddings - Engagements
  • Spikes, Cleats & Sneakers

This issue contains articles:

  • Military Schedule Ends With Field Day Excercises
  • David Morton, Dr. Charles Welch to Address June Graduating Class
  • Candidates for Degrees Listed by the Registrar
  • Twilight Band Concert Will be Monday Night
  • Open Shop is to be Held June 4-5
  • ROTC Offered in Summer School
  • Lecture Presented by Violet Eckhoff Here Recently
  • Boys State Meets on Hill June 7-13
  • Professor Adolph Benito Hirohito Searcy Mixed in Divorce Suit
  • Memorial Chapel for the Late Franz J. Strahm, Next Friday
  • YMCA Offers Students Work During Summer
  • Basic Students of Military May be Draft Exempted Until Graduation
  • Robinson-Ogden Speech Contest Thursday Night
  • Hatcher, Elizabeth. Inquisitive Reporter Finds Interesting Facts About Trustee Medal Winners
  • Many Items Interest are Added to Kentucky Museum
  • Four College High Girls Making Model Airplanes for Defense
  • Laverty, Kathryn. German Dolls in Kentucky Museum Tell World War I Espionage Story
  • Library’s Purchasing Power Facilitated by the Carnegie Corporation Grant
  • My Old Kentucky Home Voted No.1 Point of Interest in State
  • Dance for 300 Soldiers Given in College Gym
  • Mack Sisk, Dorthie Hall Named Co-Editors for Next Year; Robert Cochran to be Business Manager
  • Paul Gruesser Commissioned Second Lt. in Air Corps
  • T.T. Knight, Bob Beams Pay Recent Visit to Hill
  • Ray Garrison Granted Graduate Scholarship
  • 49 Senior Will Receive College High Diplomas
  • Training School Students at Work on Model Planes
  • Western Millitary Dept. Prasied by Colonel A.R.C. Sanders
  • Alfred ‘Moose’ Moore Accepts Post in Naval ...


Hollins Columns (1942 May 16), Hollins College May 1942

Hollins Columns (1942 May 16), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Celebration Opens Sunday with Talk by Bishop Block—Centennial Dance to Mark Anniversary—Centennial Honors Shared With Ten Other Colleges—Dewey and Others Discuss Horizons of Freedom Today—Dr. Comstock Speaks At Convocation Tuesday—Academic Symbols are Interpreted—Calendar for the Centennial of Hollins College—Hollins Columns Staff—It Has Not Been An Easy Task—The Lesson (poem)—Why Not Phi Beta Kappa at Hollins—New Horizons—Hollins Completes its 100th Year of Education for Women—Hollins College Has Unusual Record; Three Presidents from 1846-1942 Include Founder and Daughter—Discipline Grows Liberal With Years; Privileges Few ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 18, No. 15, Wku Student Affairs May 1942

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 18, No. 15, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Hilltopics
  • Campus Chips of the Cadet Corps
  • Looking Backward
  • Society – Personals
  • Faculty Notes
  • Alumni Flashes
  • Music Notes
  • At the Capitol - Movies
  • Weddings - Engagements
  • Spikes, Cleats & Sneakers

This issue contains articles:

  • Col. E.B. Crabil May be at Western Until June 5th
  • Western Chosen Key Center for Civilian Morale
  • John Vincent’s Jack Suite Recorded
  • Dr. J.P. Cornette to Deliver Annual Mothers Day Address This Morning
  • Senior Dinner Dance, May 15
  • Ogden-Robinson Contest, May 28
  • Sesquicentennial Program Given
  • Art of Janet Turner is Now on ...


Hollins Columns (1942 Apr 24), Hollins College Apr 1942

Hollins Columns (1942 Apr 24), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Elected Officials (pictures)—Defense Measures Affect Curriculum—Students Attend “Carmen” Tonight—AAUW Chairman Addresses Seniors—Orchesis Chooses New Members—A.D.A. Initiates Two Screwballs—Faculty Members Give Vocal Recital—Cotillion Members Elect Curtis, Cole—Colored Singers Help Centennial—Voting Schedule—Hollins Columns Staff—World Wind—Title Censored (poem)—May We Congratulate—Letter to the Editor—Under the Dome—Turner Hall Drive to Close May 1—Cecil Brown Talks on War Situation—Hollins Riding Show Will Be Given in Modified Form To Benefit Turner Hall and National Defense—Virginia Artists’ Exhibit Held Here—Sophomore Prom Progresses Nicely ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 18, No. 14, Wku Student Affairs Apr 1942

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 18, No. 14, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Hilltopics
  • Campus Chips of the Cadet Corps
  • Looking Backward
  • Society – Personals
  • Faculty Notes
  • Alumni Flashes
  • Music Notes
  • At the Capitol - Movies
  • Weddings - Engagements
  • Spikes, Cleats & Sneakers
  • Quotable Quotes
  • Daily Doings
  • This is Just A Reminder
  • Campus Chips of the Cadet Corps

This issue contains articles:

  • State Music Festival Open on Campus
  • Colonel Gordon Rives Catts Relieves E.B. Crabill
  • 32 High School to Participate in Varied Activities
  • Spring Battalion Parades Started
  • Chapel Not in Session Today
  • All-Kentucky Chorus Sings Tomorrow
  • Education Council Banquet Will be Tomorrow ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 18, No. 13, Wku Student Affairs Apr 1942

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 18, No. 13, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Hilltopics
  • Campus Chips of the Cadet Corps
  • Looking Backward
  • Society – Personals
  • Faculty Notes
  • Alumni Flashes
  • Music Notes
  • At the Capitol - Movies
  • Weddings - Engagements
  • Spikes, Cleats & Sneakers
  • Quotable Quotes
  • Daily Doings
  • Campus Chips of the Cadet Corps

This issue contains articles:

  • 5,000 Fan Greet Toppers on Return
  • 16 Winners of Kiwanis Medals Attend Western
  • Quality in Quantity Depicted in Scholarship Group
  • Music Festival Here Tomorrow
  • Annual Spring Band Concert Will be Given in Van Meter, Sunday Afternoon
  • Tournament Films to be Reshown at Princess Monday
  • James ...


Hollins Columns (1942 Mar 27), Hollins College Mar 1942

Hollins Columns (1942 Mar 27), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Completed Centennial Program Includes Symposia and Pageant—Riding Club Chooses Members—Riding Instructor Receives Orders—Semi-Sport Fans Get Spring Tans—Old Southern Tradition Motif Will Prevail at Centennial Ball—Orchesis Society to Present Program Tonight; Special Music Arranged by Ethel Talmadge—Hollins Columns Staff—Congratulations [Freshman Class]—Let’s Think This One Out—You Too, Can Buy Defense Stamps—The Staff Suggests—Under the Dome—Forum Discusses Vocational Fields—Gwendolyn Hubbard Presents Recital—Pink Slips—This Collegiate World—Martha Graham Discusses War and Art; Dancing Career Takes Years of Hard Work—Dimes and Milk Join War Effort ...


Hollins Columns (1942 Mar 13), Hollins College Mar 1942

Hollins Columns (1942 Mar 13), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Music Department Not Superstitious, Has Recital Today—Events of the Week—Mohicans Win Game March 9—Prof. Bob Shaffer Gives Gallery Talk—Representatives Meet to Discuss Physical Fitness—With All Apologies to Edgar Allen (poem)—Inside Dope on Bob L. Goodale Tells All, But All, We Mean!—Vacation Cancelled; Blues on Campus—Clare Tree Major Players to Be Here Monday Week—Orchesis Dancers Plan Convocation—Hollins Columns Staff—Give Us Time—About the Editors (poem)—Letter to the Editor—Over the Seal or Watch Your Step—Slipping—Air Raids Prove “Hair-Raising”—Kippy Follows Family Traditions; Four Generations ...


Hollins Columns (1942 Feb 27), Hollins College Feb 1942

Hollins Columns (1942 Feb 27), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Noted Lecturer Will Speak Here—Freshmen, Attention!—Six Girls to Model for Heironimus—I.R.C. Conference Meets at Hollins—Hollins College Celebrates Birthday of Founder; Seniors Place Wreathes on Cocke Family Graves—Founder’s Day Speakers—Reinhold Niebuhr Delivers Address—Alumnae Council Hears Dr. Lyman—Committee Begins its New Campaign—Honorary Society Chooses Members—Hollins Columns Staff—The Job on Hand—The Problem Before the House—Founder’s Day: 1942 (poem)—Under the Dome—Stubbs Follow Family Tradition; Four Generations Enrolled Here—Miss Lipton Gives Concert in March—Choir Will Sing at W&L Vespers—Athlete ...


Hollins Columns (1942 Feb 13), Hollins College Feb 1942

Hollins Columns (1942 Feb 13), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Teacher-Author Will Visit Campus—Various Activities Are Scheduled—Forum Features Dean Lyman—Officers Elected—V for Valentine’s on Hollins Campus—Teachers Called to Aid Defense—Miss Allen at Hollins Since 1938—Miss Hall Succeeds Miss Ilmer—Committees Plan Hollins War Work—Hollins Column Staff—Hope—The Faculty Roll Their Own (poem)—Under the Dome—Friday the 13th?: Look Out for Mirrors, Ladders; Grab Lucky Pennies, Horseshoes—Clare Tree Majors to Present Play—First Aid Enrolls Faculty, Students—William L. Shirer to Be Featured in Roanoke Soon—This Collegiate World—Ballator Displays Latest Paintings—Orchesis Attend ...


Inside Hollins (1942), Marjorie K. Howard, Helen E. Walsh, Vickie Vaughn, Susan Dyckman Johnston, Micky Roethke Jan 1942

Inside Hollins (1942), Marjorie K. Howard, Helen E. Walsh, Vickie Vaughn, Susan Dyckman Johnston, Micky Roethke

Inside Hollins

No abstract provided.


Bryn Mawr College Yearbook. Class Of 1942, Bryn Mawr College. Senior Class Jan 1942

Bryn Mawr College Yearbook. Class Of 1942, Bryn Mawr College. Senior Class

Bryn Mawr College Yearbooks

No abstract provided.


Tower 1942, Une Library Services Westbrook College History Collection Jan 1942

Tower 1942, Une Library Services Westbrook College History Collection

Yearbooks

1942 yearbook of Westbrook Junior College in Portland, Maine.


Hollins Handbook (1942), Hollins College Jan 1942

Hollins Handbook (1942), Hollins College

Student Handbooks

No abstract provided.


The Spinster (1942), Hollins College Jan 1942

The Spinster (1942), Hollins College

The Spinster

Yearbook of Hollins College (later Hollins University)


Culture Club, 1942-1943, Culture Club Jan 1942

Culture Club, 1942-1943, Culture Club

Yearbooks

Club Year Book