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Hollins Student Life (1936 Dec 18), Hollins College Dec 1936

Hollins Student Life (1936 Dec 18), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Santa Claus Visits Hollins (poem)—White Christmas (poem)—A Nightmare (poem)—Under the Dome—Elizabeth Williams is Madonna in Pageant—Is There a Santa Claus?—Hollins Campus Signs “What Price Vacation?”—Two New Members Join the Society of A.D.A.


Trail Blazer - Volume 8, Number 10, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer. Dec 1936

Trail Blazer - Volume 8, Number 10, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer.

Morehead State Trail Blazer Archive

Morehead State Trail Blazer published on December 12, 1936.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xiii, No. 5, Wku Student Affairs Dec 1936

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xiii, No. 5, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Class & Club
  • Personals
  • Society
  • Sport-Shots

This issue contains articles:

  • Presidents of County Delegations Are Elected
  • Olga Randolph in Cast of “Holiday”
  • President Henry Cherry Reveals Calendar of Summer School
  • Social Studies Council Holds Meet Recently
  • Peace Menaced, Organizer Says – William Ackerman, Emergency Peace Campaign
  • Cantata to Be Presented by Choir Dec. 13
  • Sterrett Cuthbertson Made N.Y.A. Supervisor
  • Clarence Denman Lists “Boners” Given as Quiz Answer
  • Dave Kerr Conducts Net Clinic Friday on Local Floor
  • Books Borrowed from Library for Dorm Girls ...


Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 46, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore Dec 1936

Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 46, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore

WKU Archives Records

Script for weekly WKU broadcast on WHAS radio. This show included Earl Moore, William Spriegel and Chester Channon.


Trail Blazer - Volume 8, Number 9, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer. Dec 1936

Trail Blazer - Volume 8, Number 9, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer.

Morehead State Trail Blazer Archive

Morehead State Trail Blazer published on December 5, 1936.


Hollins Student Life (1936 Dec 2), Hollins College Dec 1936

Hollins Student Life (1936 Dec 2), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Jeannette Rankin Speaks in Convocation on Peace: Well Known as Peace and Social Service Worker—New Exhibitions Placed in Presser and Keller—Carola Goya Portrays Spanish Dance Spirit: Character Studies Delight Audience—Cargoes Staff Presents Session’s First Issue—Faculty Members Attend Educational Meetings: Conferences Held in Washington and Richmond—Mr. Canaday Interprets Modern Trend in Art—Russo-German Relations Discussed By Club: Significance Seen in Military Facts—Dr. Beverly D. Tucker Secured for Lectures—Dance Committee Reveals Decoration Plans for Prom: Ice and Snow Will Carry Out Arctic Theme—Riding Club Takes in Twelve New Members—Hollins ...


A Study Of The Attitudes & Contributions Of Organized Labor To Education Prior To 1860, H. B. Mcalister Dec 1936

A Study Of The Attitudes & Contributions Of Organized Labor To Education Prior To 1860, H. B. Mcalister

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

This study presents a somewhat connected narrative of the attitudes and contributions of organized labor to education prior to 1860. It has a twofold purpose: first, it is concerned with a consideration of the psychological, economic, social and political background which provided and shaped the determining factors of organized labor's earlier educational attitudes and contributions; and second, with an investigation for evidences as to the nature, extent and significance of these attitudes and contributions in evaluating labor's part in establishing our system of free public school education.


Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 45, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore Dec 1936

Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 45, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore

WKU Archives Records

Script for weekly WKU broadcast on WHAS radio. This show included Earl Moore, W.M. Pearce, L.L. Hudson, ? Trigg and James Arnold.


Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 44, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore Nov 1936

Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 44, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore

WKU Archives Records

Script for weekly WKU broadcast on WHAS radio. This show included Earl Moore, Nell Travelstead, ? Clark, Earline Manning, Ed Diddle Jr., James Brownfield, Annie Reeves, Don Harris and Doris Blewett.


Trail Blazer - Volume 8, Number 8, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer. Nov 1936

Trail Blazer - Volume 8, Number 8, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer.

Morehead State Trail Blazer Archive

Morehead State Trail Blazer published on November 21, 1936.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xiii, No. 4, Wku Student Affairs Nov 1936

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xiii, No. 4, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Class & Club
  • Personals
  • Society
  • Sport-Shots

This issue contains articles:

  • Third District Educational Association Meets on Hill
  • College Chorus to Present Oratorio “Prince of Peace”
  • Murray Head to Speak to College Press – James Richmond
  • Dorm Girls Give Leap Year Dance in Gymnasium
  • Dr. Gordon Wilson Speaks at Alvaton High
  • State College Heads Convene Here Nov. 8-9
  • New Press Box to Be Erected
  • L. T. Smith Is to Attend Conference at Chicago
  • Western Has for Guests 1914 Gridmen
  • Kerns, Hazel. Louis Salomon Is Heard in ...


Hollins Student Life (1936 Nov 18), Hollins College Nov 1936

Hollins Student Life (1936 Nov 18), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Dramatic Association Gives First Play of the Season: Little Opportunity Given Outstanding Performance—Violin and Piano Duets Heard in Convocation—Gerald Wendt Addresses Honor Students’ Dinner: President Entertains at Hotel Roanoke—Reorganized Riding Club Plans Entrance Tests—Hollins Riders Draw Laughs With Gymkhana: Physical Education Department Sponsors Affair in Ring—Miss MacArthur Speaks on Japan to I.R.C.—Junior Prom and Dansant Slated for December 5: Jimmy Poyner to Bring Orchestra and Crooner—Music Board Revises Former Constitution—Archeological Flim Will Be Shown Here by A.A.U.W.: Epic of Man Directed by Charles Breasted ...


Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 42, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore Nov 1936

Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 42, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore

WKU Archives Records

Script for weekly WKU broadcast on WHAS radio. This show included Earl Moore and Louis Salomon talking about Guatemala.


Trail Blazer - Volume 8, Number 7, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer. Nov 1936

Trail Blazer - Volume 8, Number 7, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer.

Morehead State Trail Blazer Archive

Morehead State Trail Blazer published on November 7, 1936.


Trail Blazer - Volume 8, Number 6, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer. Oct 1936

Trail Blazer - Volume 8, Number 6, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer.

Morehead State Trail Blazer Archive

Morehead State Trail Blazer published on October 31, 1936.


Campus Comment, October 29, 1936, Bridgewater State Teachers College Oct 1936

Campus Comment, October 29, 1936, Bridgewater State Teachers College

The Comment

No abstract provided.


Hollins Student Life (1936 Oct 28), Hollins College Oct 1936

Hollins Student Life (1936 Oct 28), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Dr. Donald Aldrich to Visit Campus in November: Will Make Four Addresses Before Student Body—Dr. Taylor to be Convocation Speaker—Dr. Randolph Makes Tour of Southern States—International Relations Club Gives Programs: Active Sessions Planned for Coming Year—Carnegie Musical Teas Introduced at Hollins—Dalies Frantz Gives Concert in Roanoke: Noted Pianist Receives Warm Ovation Here—Chemical Society Brings Dr. Franklin to Campus—Dramatic Association to Present “Nine Till Six”: Fall Play is Comment on Social Conditions—Roanoke Women Address Political Meeting—Voting Friday to Climax Hollins Political Campaign: Every Person on Campus is Allowed to ...


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xiii, No. 3, Wku Student Affairs Oct 1936

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

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Class & Club
  • Personals
  • Society

This issue contains articles:

  • Cornerstone Program Slated for 4 PM – Cherry Hall
  • Western Prepares for Annual Homecoing
  • Lillian Johnson at Work at University of Chicago
  • Shelton, Marjorie. Herald Reporter Finds Fall Play “Colossal”
  • Third District Education Association to Convene Here
  • M.L. Billings Addresses Training School at Chapel Exercises
  • McNally, Perkerson Slated to Speak at Lexington
  • Librarians to Attend Southeastern Library Association
  • Edgar Stansbury Paid Visit by Thief; Watch Missing
  • Pep Rally Is Recent Radio Presentation
  • Congress Club Plans for Pete Complete
  • College High Orchestra to Appear
  • President’s Daughter Is Writer Woman’s Column – Josephine Cherry Lowman
  • Local Students Attend Recent Baptist Student Union Convention
  • French Club
  • Home Economics Department to Give Tea to Grads
  • Thief Enters Herman Lowe’s Home
  • Sybil Stoncipher Plans to Attend Kentucky Classical Assoc.
  • Social Studies to Meet Here Soon
  • John Lovett and John Welch to Attend College Press Convention
  • Henry Cherry Erects New ...


Trail Blazer - Volume 8, Number 5, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer. Oct 1936

Trail Blazer - Volume 8, Number 5, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer.

Morehead State Trail Blazer Archive

Morehead State Trail Blazer published on October 24, 1936.


Trail Blazer - Volume 8, Number 4, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer. Oct 1936

Trail Blazer - Volume 8, Number 4, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer.

Morehead State Trail Blazer Archive

Morehead State Trail Blazer published on October 17, 1936.


Trail Blazer - Volume 8, Number 3, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer. Oct 1936

Trail Blazer - Volume 8, Number 3, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer.

Morehead State Trail Blazer Archive

Morehead State Trail Blazer published on October 10, 1936.


Hollins Student Life (1936 Oct 9), Hollins College Oct 1936

Hollins Student Life (1936 Oct 9), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents: Presidential Election Will Be Held on Hollins Campus: Student Conventions Will Choose Election Officials—Miss Blanchard Speaks in First Convocation: List of Honor Students Announced By Dean—John McCormack to Sing in Roanoke: Irish Tenor Presents Varied Program—New Faculty Members Introduced on Campus: Hollins Extends Warm Welcome to New Teachers—“Miss Matty’s” Birthday Celebrated Here Today: Was President of Hollins for Thirty-Two Years—Photographic Exhibition is Placed in Keller—Hollins Student Life Staff—Student Forum—Music Notes—Faculty Members Speak at I.R.C. Opening Meeting—Many Dorm Changes Made During Summer—Alumnae News—Society ...


Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 37, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore Oct 1936

Ua37/23 Whas Broadcast No. 37, Whas, Western Kentucky University, Earl Moore

WKU Archives Records

Script for weekly WKU broadcast on WHAS radio. This show included Earl Moore, Henry Cherry, ? McChesney, Finley Grise, ? Richards, Frank Baird and Mrs. C.O. Evans.


Trail Blazer - Volume 8, Number 2, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer. Oct 1936

Trail Blazer - Volume 8, Number 2, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer.

Morehead State Trail Blazer Archive

Morehead State Trail Blazer published on October 3, 1936.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xiii, No. 1, Wku Student Affairs Oct 1936

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

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Class News
  • Club News
  • Hill Topics
  • Personals
  • Society
  • Sport-Shots

This issue contains articles:

  • Plans for Dads’ Day Are Complete
  • Radio Program Tuesday Opens New Fall Series
  • Class Officers Are Nominated
  • Military Club Holds First Fall Meeting
  • Over Two Hundred Students Get National Youth Administration
  • Post Office Has Hours Changed
  • Social Study Council Will Meet on Hill
  • Western Musicians Entertain Rotarians
  • Congress Club Plans Homecoming Fete
  • R.D. Perry Builds Concert Band
  • Kentucky Library Is Given Many Books
  • Western Grads Win Awards in Story ...


Trail Blazer - Volume 8, Number 1, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer. Sep 1936

Trail Blazer - Volume 8, Number 1, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer.

Morehead State Trail Blazer Archive

Morehead State Trail Blazer published on September 26, 1936.


A Kentucky Emergency Relief Administration Educational Camp For Unemployed Girls, Mattie Nance Aug 1936

A Kentucky Emergency Relief Administration Educational Camp For Unemployed Girls, Mattie Nance

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

Statement of problem - To observe the conditions of the Sulphur Well Camp of the Kentucky Emergency Relief Administration with the aim of seeking answers to the following questions:

  1. What is the history and the purpose of the Kentucky Emergency Relief Administration Educational Camp?
  2. What type of girls compose the camp?
  3. Is it worthwhile for a girl to spend her time and effort for a period of six weeks in such a camp?
  4. What is the correlation between IQ and achievement in class work at camp?
  5. What is the correlation between IQ and English tests given in the camp?
  6. What is ...


A Study Of The Nursery Schools Conducted At Western Kentucky Teachers College In 1934 And 1935, Ethel Barnard Aug 1936

A Study Of The Nursery Schools Conducted At Western Kentucky Teachers College In 1934 And 1935, Ethel Barnard

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

As a result of the recent rapid increase in number of nursery schools in the United States a great deal of interest in nursery education has been evinced. The purpose of this study is to present a descriptive sketch of the nursery schools conducted at Western Kentucky Teachers College in such a manner that some results of the work may be shown.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xii, No. 18, Wku Student Affairs Jul 1936

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

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Class News
  • Club News
  • Society

This issue contains articles:

  • County Superintendents to Meet Here
  • Shirley Ayers Takes City Tennis Halo
  • Former Western Instructor Made College Dean – Baily Wade
  • Pioneer Log Cabin Nearing Completion
  • Cipolloni, Mary. Kentucky Library Given Several Valuable Gifts
  • Freshman Days Are Planned
  • Grimage, Eleanor. Trip to Texas Centennial Is Slated for August 15
  • More Students Receive Jobs
  • Grid Prospects for Next Year Are Excellent
  • Finely Grise Made Member of Planning Board
  • Fall Session to Begin on September 21
  • Folk Festival ...


Reorganization Of Meade County's Schools, Raymond Gibson Jul 1936

Reorganization Of Meade County's Schools, Raymond Gibson

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

The purpose of this study is to deal with the undesirable conditions of the county which could be corrected. Why should there be three high schools in the eastern half of the county and none in the western half of the county? Why should one-room schools exist with an average daily attendance of less than ten when the same school could be consolidated with other schools without causing any child to walk more than two miles? Why should there be 225 children in Meade County eligible for high school who are not attending school at any place? Why should the ...