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Chapel Exercises

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1 Dr. Andre Trocme, pastor of the Eglise Reforme de France, will be the guest speaker at Dad's Day chapel services
Public Relations News Release 1951:85, p.1
10/18/1951 Trocme was interned for five weeks in a French concentration camp and subsequently forced into hiding to avoid death at the hands of the Gestapo. Hiding for ten months in the mountains, he directed the Le Chambon church and school "underground."
2 Former student recalls the spirit of '76
Alumnus 30:4, p.15
10/1/1946 Ella M. Jones Burnell talks about the earliest days of the Iowa State Normal School.
3 Chapel service Sunday
College Eye 34:42, p.3
12/11/1942 Dr. Gerald Knoff's sermon is entitled "Good Christian Men Rejoice"; Sunday night forum will discuss "Christmas Music From Far and Near".
4 Cold--but they enjoyed it
Sandy--William Ross (Class of 1897)
Alumnus 24:1, p.19
1/1/1940 W. R. Sandy recalls school in the 1880s; students lived in rooming houses far from campus and walked to the Hill every day; remembers chapel and other entertainments.
5 Woman tells of early days here
College Eye 28:21, p.1
2/19/1937 Emma Bradley visits campus; recalls Old Gilchrist Hall scenes.
6 Lynch reigned as sultan in benefit held at Normal
College Eye 28:5, p.1
10/8/1936 Sara Riggs remembers the early days of the school.
7 "Continue Xmas spirit throughout year" says Miss Winder
College Eye 21:13, p.8
12/13/1929 Mary I. Winder speaks on war and peace.
8 Musical program features assembly
College Eye 21:9, p.8
11/8/1929 Recent chapel exercises are musical.
9 Authority on rural education gives talk at recent assembly
College Eye 21:7, p.1
10/24/1929 Mabel Carney speaks at chapel.
10 Mabel Carney
Public Relations News Release 1929:22, p.1
10/18/1929 Mabel Carney, Columbia University, will speak at chapel on the subject of rural education.
11 The Editor's Column
College Eye 21:4, p.4
10/3/1929 Urges students to enjoy Homecoming and chapel exercises.
12 Students crowd into auditorium at the first chapel service
College Eye 21:2, p.1
9/19/1929 Professor Aitchison addresses group.
13 How unlucky the few who miss assembly
College Eye 20:20, p.1
2/14/1929 Appreciates fine recent performances.
14 Yesterday and today viewed in regard to student assembly
College Eye 20:16, p.1
1/17/1929 Article from 1921 about the difficulty of seating the whole student body for chapel exercises.
15 Large crowd witnesses assembly
College Eye 20:15, p.1
1/10/1929 Assembly will be held every Wednesday morning; attendance optional.
16 Chapel attendance compulsory daily
College Eye 19:30, p.1
4/11/1928 Voted that chapel is compulsory; seating issues addressed; humor.
17 Official announcements
College Eye 19:28, p.1
3/28/1928 Students are not meeting requirements for attending chapel services; need official excuse for absence.
18 The Pop-off
College Eye 19:27, p.2
3/21/1928 Student offers humorous revisions for the upcoming term.
19 Col. Moudy to speak in chapel Fri.; free lectures both evenings and open forum Wednesday
College Eye 19:26, p.1
3/14/1928 Representing Flying Squadron Foundation; strongly supports enforcement of eighteenth amendment.
20 The Pop-off
College Eye 19:26, p.2
3/14/1928 A senior does not understand why tests are important for scholarships; chapel exercises questioned.
21 Senior chapel Friday
College Eye 19:25, p.5
3/7/1928 Should attend in cap and gown.
22 Winter convocation held February 27; Dr. Mathews to speak in Men's Gymnasium; to take place of required chapel for week
College Eye 19:22, p.1
2/15/1928 Shailer Mathews will speak.
23 Dr. Palmer here Thursday and Friday; T. C. have opportunity to hear one of present religious leaders
College Eye 19:21, p.1
2/8/1928 Albert W. Palmer will speak.
24 Inquiring Reporter; are you in favor of the present chapel system?
College Eye 19:15, p.2
12/14/1927 Students interviewed are split almost evenly on either side of the issue.
25 Inquiring reporter; should chapel programs be announced beforehand?
College Eye 19:12, p.4
11/23/1927 Most students surveyed feel chapel programs should be announced in advance.
26 Announcement
College Eye 19:9, p.1
11/2/1927 Guidelines for newspaper announcements.
27 Official announcement; winter term chapel plans
College Eye 19:8, p.3
10/26/1927 Freshmen will meet on Monday; upperclassmen will meet on Friday; faculty will hold office hours on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday; attendance at chapel exercises is mandatory.
28 The Wolff's Howl
College Eye 19:8, p.4
10/26/1927 Students resent compulsory chapel; students want a music conservatory; freshmen have trouble studying in the noisy library.
29 Chapel attendance again compulsory; no announcements given in chapel; freshmen--Mondays and Wednesdays; others--Fridays
College Eye 19:4, p.1
9/28/1927 Attendance had been voluntary since spring 1927; will revert to former practice.
30 Dr. Franklin Rall addresses students; speaks at chapel three days
College Eye 19:4, p.1
9/28/1927 Spoke on the universe, creeds, and men.
31 Official announcement
College Eye 19:4, p.1
9/28/1927 President Seerley announces that the College Eye will be the official source for information that faculty wish to pass on to students.
32 Why?--Why not?
Hersey--Lewis G. (Class of 1924 and 1927)
College Eye 18:54, p.1
8/17/1927 Author comments on various questions that many of the student body may be wondering about.
33 Mrs. Schmidt sings
College Eye 18:53, p.2
8/10/1927 In Monday morning chapel.
34 Because of the Bible Conference
College Eye 18:52, p.7
8/3/1927 No Sunday morning services will be held.
35 Orchestra to play in chapel today
College Eye 18:51, p.2
7/27/1927 This will be the group's summer presentation.
36 Chapel business
College Eye 18:36, p.4
3/30/1927 Editorial states that the faculty of I. S. T. C. want to abolish chapel time, or at least make it voluntary.
37 Coming Events
College Eye 18:34, p.5
3/16/1927 Dates, times, and places for upcoming events.
38 Senior meeting chapel time today, Wednesday
College Eye 18:32, p.1
3/2/1927 Will elect officers.
39 Aristo
College Eye 18:31, p.8
2/23/1927 Planned a program for chapel; E. W. Goetch and J. W. Charles judged a high school debate in Waverly.
40 Coming Events
College Eye 18:31, p.5
2/23/1927 Dates, times and places of upcoming events.
41 For chapel
College Eye 18:28, p.5
2/2/1927 A women's brass quartet will play.
42 Exceptional speakers here for chapel
College Eye 18:27, p.1
1/26/1927 Attempting to get Alfred G. Smaltz and J. Paul Goode.
43 Chapel Wednesday
College Eye 18:26, p.5
1/19/1927 David Sands Wright will lead; musical program led by Professor Fullerton.
44 Special Christmas music
College Eye 18:23, p.3
12/15/1926 Members of the Department of Music will perform at chapel.
45 The usual services
College Eye 18:23, p.3
12/15/1926 Will not be conducted; everyone invited to Vespers at 4:00.
46 Training School orchestra plays
College Eye 18:21, p.1
12/1/1926 Performed in chapel.
47 Professor William Eckert
College Eye 18:17, p.3
11/3/1926 Will speak in the Auditorium.
48 The minister for October 31
College Eye 18:16, p.3
10/27/1926 Will be the Reverend Martin J. Cone.
49 Rev. R. E. Elliot
College Eye 18:14, p.3
10/13/1926 Will deliver the sermon on October 17.
50 Mr. Arklin
College Eye 18:13, p.3
10/6/1926 Spoke at chapel time; studied art in Europe for eight years.


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