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Chassell--Ella Buckingham (Classes of 1885 and 1888)

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Title Date Summary
1 Institutional growth and program expansion to 1890
Lang--William C. (Vice President; History Faculty)
A Century of Leadership and Service 1:0, p.107
7/1/1990 Enrollment grows; the Board outlines its authority more clearly; difficulties with the Boarding Department and physical facilities; photo.
2 Exercises honor first Wyoming rural church
Alumnus 38:1, p.24
2/1/1954 Church founded by the Rev. O. B. Chassell.
3 No caps, no gowns, but smiles belied professor's frowns
Alumnus 18:4, p.8
10/1/1934 George H. Olmsted recalls early days of school.
4 Mrs. Homer E. Cooper, Dr. and Mrs. O. B. Chassell, and Mrs. Herbert A. Toops,
Alumnus 15:4, p.23
10/1/1931 The former Clara Chassell, gave a tea in May in honor of her mother, Mrs. O. B. Chassell, the former Ella Buckingham. O. B. Chassell is now serving as director of a campaign for the raising of funds for Chaflen College at Orangeburg, South Carolina.
5 Alumni
Wright--David Sands (Mathematics Faculty)
Fifty Years at the Teachers College 0:0, p.97
7/1/1926 Notes on early alumni who achieved prominence.
6 The Chassell family
Alumni News Letter 5:2, p.6
4/1/1921 The Reverend Chassell is working with Methodist Board of Education. Laura and Clara Chassell received doctor of philosophy degrees. Joe received master of arts degree. Ella has been in New York this year.
7 Joseph O. Chassell
Alumni News Letter 4:4, p.6
10/1/1920 Chassell is candidate for Rhodes Scholarship.
8 Rev. O. B. Chassell, Ella Buckingham Chassell
Quarterly News Letter to the Alumni 0:0, p.1
1/1/1917 The Chassells are editors of "The Iowa Methodist" in Mt. Vernon. A summary of their children's activities is given.
9 Alumni (1888) celebrate silver wedding anniversary
College Eye 8:2, p.7
9/27/1916 The Reverend and Mrs. O. B. Chassell celebrated their anniversary.
10 Official
College Eye 7:8, p.8
11/10/1915 News about the Chassells.
11 The Upper Iowa Conference
College Eye 1:5, p.4
10/12/1911 Upper Iowa Conference of the Methodist church announced graduates of their program.
12 Laura and Clara Chassell
Normal Eyte 18:33, p.525
6/3/1908 Will graduate from Leclaire High School.
13 Among the alumni who gathered at Normal
Normal Eyte 17:25, p.394
3/27/1907 Many returned for the Philo-Alpha thirtieth anniversary program.
14 The organ fund is slowly growing. We give the names of those who have contributed
Normal Eyte 17:21, p.331
2/20/1907 Many Normalites have contributed.
15 Thirtieth anniversary
Normal Eyte 17:21, p.322
2/20/1907 The Philomathean and Alpha Literary Societies will celebrate their thirtieth anniversaries on March 8, 1907.
16 The preliminary program of the Southeastern Iowa Teachers' Association
Normal Eyte 16:25, p.396
3/28/1906 Program features a number of Normalites.
17 In a circular letter to her constituents
Normal Eyte 16:11, p.171
11/22/1905 Ella Chassell will not run again for superintendent in Hardin County; her husband Olin Chassell will be a pastor in Eldora.
18 Northeastern Iowa Teachers Assn.
Normal Eyte 16:7, p.97
10/25/1905 Brief highlights of the meeting.
19 In the high school section
Normal Eyte 16:5, p.73
10/11/1905 John Cameron and Ella Chassell will participate in a professional meeting.
20 One of the popular features of the Hardin County Institute
Normal Eyte 16:5, p.73
10/11/1905 Praise for professional meeting arranged by Ella Chassell.
21 The program of the Iowa State Teachers' Association
Normal Eyte 14:17, p.262
1/16/1904 Many Normal alumni were on the program for the Teachers Association meeting.
22 The second annual meeting of the Big Four Teachers' association
Normal Eyte 13:13, p.200
12/6/1902 Many Normalites were featured on the program.
23 With but little investigation
Normal Eyte 12:24, p.369
3/22/1902 The influence of the Normal School in Iowa is great and expanding; twenty-two of the ninety-nine county superintendents are from ISNS.
24 The program of the Big Four Teachers meeting
Normal Eyte 12:12, p.185
12/7/1901 A number of Normalites appeared on the program at the meeting in Ackley.
25 Mrs. Ella Buckingham Chassell
Normal Eyte 11:27, p.665
4/13/1901 Nominated for superintendent in Hardin County.
26 Ella F. Buckingham
Normal Eyte 9:13, p.305
12/16/1899 Is married and received her B. S. degree.
27 Mrs. Ella B. Chassell
Normal Eyte 8:23, p.323
3/18/1899 Now on lecture circuit.
28 Mrs. Ella Buckingham Chassell
Normal Eyte 8:4, p.54
10/1/1898 Teaching in New Providence.
29 Miss Ella F. Buckingham Chassell
Normal Eyte 6:4, p.38
10/3/1896 Teaching at Ellsworth College in Iowa Falls; O. B. Chassell is librarian in Iowa Falls.
30 Mrs. O. B. Chassell
Normal Eyte 5:5, p.36
10/19/1895 Teaching at Ellsworth College.
31 Mrs. Buckingham Chassell
Normal Eyte 4:24, p.378
3/16/1895 Visited the Normal with her children.
32 Rev. O. B. Chassell
Normal Eyte 4:13, p.201
12/8/1894 Resting at Iowa Falls because of poor health.
33 The Omaha Christian Advocate
Normal Eyte 3:15, p.116
1/6/1894 Praise for the work of Olin B. Chassell and his wife; Mr. Chassell does not like the class quarrel at the Normal.
34 Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Chassell
Normal Eyte 2:31, p.240
5/6/1893 Announce birth of twin daughters, Laura and Clara.
35 Mrs. O. B. Chassell
Normal Eyte 2:5, p.37
10/11/1892 Stops on way to Iowa Falls.
36 Mrs. Chassell better known to the ISNS as Miss Buckingham
Normal Eyte 2:3, p.24
9/27/1892 Speaks at the Normal; has been lecturing in various places; will soon join Mr. Chassell in Montana; Mr. Chassell is enjoying better health.
37 Mrs. Chassell left last week
Normal Eyte 2:3, p.22
9/27/1892 Headed for the West.
38 O. B. Chassell
Normal Eyte 1:5, p.39
2/9/1892 On way to Sundance, Wyoming.
39 Rev. and Mrs. O. B. Chassell
Normal Eyte 1:4, p.32
2/2/1892 Passing through town on way to Wyoming; Mr. Chassell recovering but not ready to take up his pastoral duties.
40 Mr. O. B. Chassell
Normal Eyte 1:3, p.21
1/26/1892 Recovered health; expects to take up work in Wyoming; Mrs. Chassell visiting in Dubuque.
41 We are very sorry to hear
Normal Eyte 1:1, p.3
1/12/1892 Mr. and Mrs. Olin B. Chassell have been unable to begin their work in Sundance, Wyoming, because of illness.

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