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The Oracle 12/21/1934, Gorham Normal School Dec 1934

The Oracle 12/21/1934, Gorham Normal School

Oracle, The

G.N.S. Organizations Spread Christmas Cheer -- Dramatic Club to Present Three-Act Comedy -- Mr. Cilley Attends National Conference -- Important Educational Meeting -- The Value of the Educational Survey -- Athletics


The Echo: December 19, 1934, Taylor University Dec 1934

The Echo: December 19, 1934, Taylor University

1934-1935 (Volume 22)

Merry Christmas Happy New Year

Philos Produce Christmas Play Friday Evening – Adult School Under F.E.R.A. Is Held Here – Faculty Sponsors All-school Mixer In Gymnasium – New Students Enter For Winter Term – Handel’s Classic “Messiah” Is Rendered by Chorus – Noted Evangelist Is Chapel Speaker – Plans Made for 1935 Youth Conference At Taylor – Faculty Celebrates Season with Party – Thalos Dramatize “The Holy Grail” This Evening – Dean Faust Speaks In Hartford City – Editorial – What Are We Doing with Jesus? – What Is Your Life? – God’s Good News of Peace – Star Dust …


Tomahawk, December 18, 1934, College Of The Holy Cross Dec 1934

Tomahawk, December 18, 1934, College Of The Holy Cross

Student Newspapers

No abstract provided.


Trail Blazer - Volume 6, Number 7, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer. Dec 1934

Trail Blazer - Volume 6, Number 7, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer.

Morehead State Trail Blazer Archive

Morehead State Trail Blazer published on 17, 1934.


The Ursinus Weekly, December 17, 1934, George Leslie Omwake, Calvin D. Yost, Jesse Heiges Dec 1934

The Ursinus Weekly, December 17, 1934, George Leslie Omwake, Calvin D. Yost, Jesse Heiges

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978

Julian Woodworth and "Three live ghosts" bring success to events of senior week-end • Plans made for orchestra, band • Musical program set for tonight • Leaders in sports attend conference • Weekly succeeds in obtaining room in west wing of library • Men's student assembly approves council changes • Xmas dinner, program, dance set for tomorrow • College committees study practices in enrollment • Tau Kappa Alpha frat initiates three members, holds supper • Men debaters to discuss munition problem tonight • Sophomores plan for hop • Program committee to meet • F.E.R.A. payroll for Nov. nets college $746.06 …


Student Life (1934 Dec 17), Hollins College Dec 1934

Student Life (1934 Dec 17), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents:

  • Annual Junior Fall Prom Held in Gymnasium Dec. 8
  • Hollins Singers Give Concert with W. and L.
  • Miss Jackson Discusses Farm Relief Problem
  • Y.W. Holds White Gift Service in Chapel
  • Dr. Marti to Rad Paper on Schelling
  • Dr. Mims Speaks in Recent Convocation
  • Christmas Drama Reveals Winnie Weaver as Madonna
  • "Alison's House" Given in Little Theatre
  • Student Forum
  • Christmas Gifts
  • A Stimulating Experience
  • Visits Campus
  • Welch and Sicard Give Xmas A.D.A. Stunt
  • Virginia Delegates Visit Here at Hollins College
  • Let's Revive the Dead
  • Let the New Live
  • Odds Defeat Evens 3-1
  • Odd-Even Banquet is Held in Dining …


Hollins Student Life (1934 Dec 17), Hollins College Dec 1934

Hollins Student Life (1934 Dec 17), Hollins College

Hollins Student Newspapers

Table of Contents:

  • Annual Junior Fall Prom Held in Gymnasium December 8: Johnny Long’s Orchestra Furnishes Dance Music
  • Hollins Singers Give Concert With W. and L.
  • Miss Jackson Discusses Farm Relief Problem: Relates Difficulties of Farmers Today
  • Y.W. Holds White Gift Service in Chapel
  • Dr. Marti to Read Paper on Schelling
  • Dr. Mims Speaks in Recent Convocation: Gives Five Fundamentals of Education
  • Christmas Drama Reveals Winnie Weaver as Madonna: Pageant by Sue Turner is Presented in Theatre
  • “Alison’s House” Given in Little Theatre
  • Hollins Student Life Staff
  • Student Forum
  • Welch and Sicard Give Xmas A.D.A. Stunt
  • Virginia Delegates Visit Here …


The Oracle 12/16/1932, Gorham Normal School Dec 1934

The Oracle 12/16/1932, Gorham Normal School

Oracle, The

Superintendents' Day Sponsored by Civic Committee -- Dr. Ambrose Suhrie, Outstanding Educator, Addresses Gorham Normal School Student Body -- Reverend and Mrs. Moulton, East Indian Missionaries, Speak to Normal School Students During Chapel -- Athletics -- Academy Hall Notes


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xi, No. 6, Wku Student Affairs Dec 1934

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. Xi, No. 6, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

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

  • Alumni News
  • Chapel Calendar
  • Class & Club
  • Personals
  • Society

This issue contains articles:

  • Oratorio Will Be Given December 16
  • Hill Gives Air Program in Peabody Series – Radio Broadcast
  • Diddlemen Commence Practice on Hardwood – Basketball
  • Western Men Win All-State Honors
  • 1935 Talisman Staff Officers Are Announced
  • Morehead State University Trail Blazer is Host to Press Group
  • Football Players Are Honored at Banquet
  • Alumni in Eastern Kentucky Meet & Form Organization
  • Men’s Glee Club Perfects Plans for the Season
  • Miss Gladys Borchers, University of Wisconsin Vists …


Campus Comment, December 13, 1934, Bridgewater State Teachers College Dec 1934

Campus Comment, December 13, 1934, Bridgewater State Teachers College

The Comment

No abstract provided.


The La Salle Collegian - Volume 5 Issue 5 Dec 1934

The La Salle Collegian - Volume 5 Issue 5

The Collegian

No abstract provided.


Tomahawk, December 11, 1934, College Of The Holy Cross Dec 1934

Tomahawk, December 11, 1934, College Of The Holy Cross

Student Newspapers

No abstract provided.


Art Institute Program 1934, Brown/Risd Community Art Project Dec 1934

Art Institute Program 1934, Brown/Risd Community Art Project

Art Institute Programs and Transcripts

This Art Institute program took place on December 7 through December 9 1934 at various places at the Brown University and Rhode Island School of Design campuses. The first session featured a talk called The Art Spirit in American Life. The second session featured a talk called The History of Motion Picture as Art, and The Technique of Cinematography (illustrated by the film The Eighth Art). The third session featured a talk called Tradition and Theory in Modern Furniture (illustrated). The fourth session featured a talk called Trends in American Painting Today(illustrated). There also were two recitals and several painting …


The Ursinus Weekly, December 10, 1934, George Leslie Omwake, Jesse Heiges Dec 1934

The Ursinus Weekly, December 10, 1934, George Leslie Omwake, Jesse Heiges

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978

Seniors to offer dance and play • Intercollegiate newspaper association to hold spring meeting at Ursinus, on April 12-13 • Bassman, Grimm elected captains • First issue of Lantern to go on sale this week • Dr. Fred Smith lectures on aspects of education • Ruby to reopen campaign for student subscriptions • Representatives attend "Y" conference at G-burg • Dr. Irene F. Laub to address girls of college on hygiene • Saar news to be discussed by IRC tomorrow night • Woman's Club entertains freshmen girls with tea • Annual communion service to be held Sunday night • English …


Colonnade December 10, 1934, Colonnade Dec 1934

Colonnade December 10, 1934, Colonnade

Colonnade

No abstract provided.


The Freshman, Vol. 5, No. 9, University Of Maine Class Of 1938, Don Kelley, Georgia Taylor, Webster Hodges, Alice Collins, Ernest Frost, June Clement, Ross Newcomb, Leon Levitan, Charles Cain, Charles E. Havener, Kay Cox, June Clement, Adolphine Voegelin, Cecil G. Fielder, Bill Smart, Lucy Cobb, Dick Healy, Kay Cox Dec 1934

The Freshman, Vol. 5, No. 9, University Of Maine Class Of 1938, Don Kelley, Georgia Taylor, Webster Hodges, Alice Collins, Ernest Frost, June Clement, Ross Newcomb, Leon Levitan, Charles Cain, Charles E. Havener, Kay Cox, June Clement, Adolphine Voegelin, Cecil G. Fielder, Bill Smart, Lucy Cobb, Dick Healy, Kay Cox

General University of Maine Publications

The Freshman was a weekly, student newsletter issued on Mondays throughout the academic year. The newsletter included calendar notices, coverage of campus social events, lectures, and athletic teams. The intent of the publication was to create unity, a sense of community, and class spirit among first year students.


Training Teachers For Emergency Nursery Schools In Washington, Robert E. Mcconnell Dec 1934

Training Teachers For Emergency Nursery Schools In Washington, Robert E. Mcconnell

All Faculty Scholarship for the College of Education and Professional Studies

The work on the emergency nursery school program in Washington started on January 6, 1934, in the State Department of Education. The purposes of the program as outlined by the state supervisor are pertinent here. (1) To serve the emergency needs of preschool children and their parents who are suffering from current social and economic difficulties. (2) To carry improved methods of child care and guidance into the home. (3) To employ needy qualified workers. ( 4) To carry on an educational and health program for children and their parents. (5) To demonstrate to local communities and school authorities methods …


Kidnapping Case Bond Is $15,000, Louisville Courier-Journal Dec 1934

Kidnapping Case Bond Is $15,000, Louisville Courier-Journal

Morehead State College Histories

An article published on December 6, 1934 in the Louisville Courier-Journal reporting on the abduction of Morehead State Normal School professor Henry C. Haggan and duaghter by Francis Harper.


Tomahawk, December 4, 1934, College Of The Holy Cross Dec 1934

Tomahawk, December 4, 1934, College Of The Holy Cross

Student Newspapers

No abstract provided.


Colonnade December 3, 1934, Colonnade Dec 1934

Colonnade December 3, 1934, Colonnade

Colonnade

No abstract provided.


The Ursinus Weekly, December 3, 1934, George Leslie Omwake, J. Harold Brownback, Jesse Heiges Dec 1934

The Ursinus Weekly, December 3, 1934, George Leslie Omwake, J. Harold Brownback, Jesse Heiges

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978

Ursinus directors confer at meeting • Dr. Jesse Heiges added to faculty • Grizzlies close grid season with win over Albright in turkey day battle at Reading • 1935 winter schedules released by Johnson • Dr. Fred B. Smith to address student body • Ursinus students to attend conference at Gettysburg • Student council approves constitutional changes • Debating fraternity plans to initiate new members • Dr. Mauchly to speak at Hall Chemical Society meet • Socialized medicine to be topic • Debating Club discusses optional class attendance • A new era in science • Ursinus sticksters close season with …


Trail Blazer - Volume 6, Number 6, Morehead State University. Trail Blazer. Dec 1934

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

Morehead State Trail Blazer Archive

Morehead State Trail Blazer published on December 3, 1934.


Maine Alumnus, Volume 16, Number 3, December 1934, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine Dec 1934

Maine Alumnus, Volume 16, Number 3, December 1934, General Alumni Association, University Of Maine

UMaine Alumni Magazines - All

Contents:

President Hauck Inaugurated --- Stephens '99 Receives Alumni Emblem --- Bridges '18 Elected Governor --- The Mechanical Engineering Shops


A Nursery School Puts Psychology To Work, Barbara Biber Dec 1934

A Nursery School Puts Psychology To Work, Barbara Biber

69 Bank Street

Volume 1 Number 3, December 1934

"Describes, in part, the working attitude of a progressive nursery school with respect to the important problem of individual adjustment."


Calendar Of Events December 1934, Brown/Risd Community Art Project Dec 1934

Calendar Of Events December 1934, Brown/Risd Community Art Project

Calendar of Events

The Calendar of Art Events of December 1934 includes information about the third annual Institute of Art, which was held from December 7- December 9 1934. Various exhibitions and lectures were held. Also Art week was observed from December 1 - December 9, 1934. An essay by Royal Farnum of RISD about the new architecture in Harrisville, RI was also included. Art exhibitions were held at the Museum of Modern Art, and museums in Massachusetts and Connecticut.


Ua11/1 Teachers College Heights, Vol. 15, No. 1, Western Kentucky University Dec 1934

Ua11/1 Teachers College Heights, Vol. 15, No. 1, Western Kentucky University

WKU Archives Records

Teachers College Heights monthly magazine promoting WKU and documenting campus events and courses offered. This issue includes:

  • Fort Albert Sydney Johnston in Robes of Winter
  • Course Offerings Spring 1935
  • Class of 1932
  • Class of 1934
  • Additions to the Teaching Staff and Leaves of Absence
  • Founders Day Program
  • Class of 1911
  • Class of 1912
  • Board of Regents
  • Music Department
  • Training School
  • Teacher Placement
  • Rural Training School
  • Federal Relief Program for College Students
  • Senior Day
  • ROTC
  • Mothers Day
  • Football Team
  • Kentucky Building Grounds
  • Crabb, A.L. A Prophet Among His Own People, Henry Cherry
  • Who's Who - D.H. Kincheloe, R.C. Woodward, Ruel Jones, …


Making A Teachers College Program Comprehensive, Robert E. Mcconnell Dec 1934

Making A Teachers College Program Comprehensive, Robert E. Mcconnell

All Faculty Scholarship for the College of Education and Professional Studies

The purpose of the undergraduate teachers college is to educate young men and women for teaching in the elementary and secondary schools. Curriculum makers should arrange the courses of instruction and activities so that the student will be directed to do those things which he will be called upon to do in his profession and in his life after school. The curriculum of the teachers college is the fountainhead from which new ideas and materials for the public schools should flow. A heavy responsibility has been delegated to it.


The Echo: November 30, 1934, Taylor University Nov 1934

The Echo: November 30, 1934, Taylor University

1934-1935 (Volume 22)

Taylor Represented At Science Meeting – Thanksgiving Is Theme of Vespers – Useful Additions Of Shade Trees Aid Botanists – All Thalos Enjoy Term’s Last Meeting – Gospel Groups Responding to Service Calls – India Missionary Addresses Students – Local Pastor Brings Chapel Hour Message – Layman Group Of North Indiana Meet at Taylor – Philo Programs Draw Out Talent – Faculty Artists Present Recital – Fisher Assisting Revival Services – Editorial – Thanksgiving – The Mind of Christ – The Medicants – Star Dust – Alumni – Do You Know Him? – Renaissance Art Presented by Prof. In History …


Tomahawk, November 27, 1934, College Of The Holy Cross Nov 1934

Tomahawk, November 27, 1934, College Of The Holy Cross

Student Newspapers

No abstract provided.


The Ursinus Weekly, November 26, 1934, George Leslie Omwake, William Wallace Bancroft, Jesse Heiges Nov 1934

The Ursinus Weekly, November 26, 1934, George Leslie Omwake, William Wallace Bancroft, Jesse Heiges

Ursinus Weekly Newspaper, 1902-1978

Julian Woodworth secured for senior ball; Isham's "Three live ghosts" to be staged • Henry Shoemaker to address group • Albright to face bears, turkey day • Relations clubs hold conclave at Penn State • Varied program presented at English group meeting • Report of progress made about transition study • Ursinus circle to offer prize for best pageant • E. S. Fretz named for reformed church position • Panel discussion held • YWCA members hold sing • Norristown "Y" sponsors program for men students • Debaters from Hawaii will argue here in February • The purpose of philosophy • …