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Lovitt--Ethel (Music Faculty)

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1 At Malvern--Forest Chantry
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.6
4/1/1922 Forest Chantry serves as president of the School Board at Malvern. His wife, Ethel Lovitt-Chantry, serves as an instructor at the Teachers College.
2 The Mills County Tribune
Normal Eyte 16:29, p.458
4/25/1906 Ethel Lovitt married Forrest Raines Chantry.
3 As a farewell for Miss Ethel Lovitt
Normal Eyte 15:34, p.543
6/3/1905 Professor and Mrs. Fullerton give a party for Ethel Lovitt.
4 Robin Hood; opera presented by Cecilians and Minnesingers--a great success--it draws a very large house
Normal Eyte 15:33, p.516
5/24/1905 The hearty applause of the audience was a sign of their enjoyment of the opera.
5 Chantry-Beattie nuptials
Normal Eyte 15:31, p.496
5/10/1905 Lillian Chantry married H. J. Beattie.
6 Robin Hood opera; greatest musical treat of year to be given May 19; preparations are underway to make it even a greater success than two year ago
Normal Eyte 15:31, p.484
5/10/1905 Robin Hood will be presented May 19th.
7 Misses Ethel Lovitt and Elsie Chantry
Normal Eyte 15:30, p.478
5/3/1905 Returned after a visit home.
8 Misses Ethel Lovitt and Elsie Chantry
Normal Eyte 15:29, p.463
4/26/1905 Went home to attend the wedding of Lillian Chantry.
9 Misses Ethel Lovitt and Elsie Chantry
Normal Eyte 15:24, p.381
3/22/1905 Visited Dunkerton.
10 In honor of the nuptial day of Miss Chantry
Normal Eyte 15:17, p.270
1/25/1905 Her friends gave her a shower.
11 The trustees have lately made a provision
Normal Eyte 15:17, p.271
1/25/1905 The professors in the Department of Music are required to present three recitals a year; schedule for the first recital.
12 Miss Lovitt
Normal Eyte 15:15, p.238
1/10/1905 Remained at home until Sunday.
13 Neo open session
Normal Eyte 15:11, p.176
11/16/1904 The Neotrophian society held an open session for the public on November 12.
14 Misses Merriam and Lovitt
Normal Eyte 15:6, p.95
10/15/1904 Visited Waterloo.
15 Misses Chantry, Elsie chantry, Rhode, and Lovitt
Normal Eyte 15:5, p.78
10/8/1904 Visited Carl Axtell.
16 Miss Ethel Lovitt; last year's local editor who has been elected assistant instructor in voice
Normal Eyte 15:4, p.50
10/1/1904 Ethel Lovitt; photo.
17 In response to an invitation
Normal Eyte 15:2, p.31
9/17/1904 Group enjoys a long picnic.
18 On Friday evening
Normal Eyte 14:31, p.491
4/30/1904 Minnesingers and Cecilians presented "H. M. S. Pinafore"; did a good job.
19 Students from Miss Falkler's last term classes
Normal Eyte 14:21, p.335
2/13/1904 Assisted in presentation of musical program; schedule of performers and their work.
20 Ossoli
Normal Eyte 14:19, p.296
1/30/1904 The Ossolis delivered a Dutch program in the Auditorium.
21 Shakes
Normal Eyte 14:19, p.297
1/30/1904 The Shakes gave a Japanese program.
22 Among the most popular
Normal Eyte 14:18, p.285
1/23/1904 The Ossolis present their program at an open session.
23 Neo
Normal Eyte 14:14, p.218
12/12/1903 Ethel Lovitt is the new Neo president.
24 Miss Silvia Chenoweth
Normal Eyte 14:13, p.207
12/5/1903 Silvia Chenoweth gave a house party.
25 In honor of Miss Reed
Normal Eyte 14:11, p.175
11/14/1903 Esther Seerley hosted a party for Miss Reed.
26 A greatly appreciated and much praised recital
Normal Eyte 14:10, p.159
11/7/1903 Instrumental and vocal students gave recital.
27 Philo
Normal Eyte 14:8, p.122
10/24/1903 New officers were elected.
28 Miss Oliver and Miss Lovitt
Normal Eyte 14:4, p.61
9/26/1903 Miss Oliver and Miss Lovitt spent Sunday in Waterloo.
29 Minna Merriam
Normal Eyte 14:1, p.14
9/5/1903 Minna Merriam was the guest of Ethel Lovitt this week.
30 Several changes have been made in the faculty
Normal Eyte 14:1, p.15
9/5/1903 There are five faculty additions this fall.
31 Closing recital
Normal Eyte 13:34, p.535
5/30/1903 Program of performers and their work.
32 Blanche Renne and Ethel Lovitt
Normal Eyte 13:32, p.506
5/16/1903 Visited Waterloo schools.
33 Robin Hood
Normal Eyte 13:30, p.473
5/2/1903 Review of the comic opera.
34 The opera
Normal Eyte 13:28, p.438
4/18/1903 Cecilians and Minnesingers will present "Robin Hood".
35 Society
Normal Eyte 13:27, p.424
4/11/1903 Zetas gave faculty program; Aristos hold American program; Chrestos gave gossip program; Alphas have Japanese program.
36 Report of the Y. W. C. A. president for the year ending March 15, 1903
Merriam--Minna Mertle (Class of 1903)
Normal Eyte 13:25, p.385
3/28/1903 Summary of work for the year.
37 Oratorical contest
Normal Eyte 13:23, p.364
3/4/1903 Account of the contest.
38 Pupils' reception
Normal Eyte 13:20, p.307
2/14/1903 Program of performers and their work.
39 Neo open session, Friday evening December 12, 1902, give over to pleasing entertainment--crowded house--audience well pleased
Normal Eyte 13:15, p.236
1/10/1903 Performance program.
40 Society
Normal Eyte 13:15, p.236
1/10/1903 Aristos enjoy literary program; Philos work on debates; Chrestos feature poetry.
41 Society
Normal Eyte 13:7, p.100
10/18/1902 Zetas enjoy city program; Chrestos have literary program; Neos initiate new members; Shakes enjoy Southern program; Aristos meet at Field Farm.
42 Ames preliminary debate; fierce forensic struggle- large audience--societies attend in bodies--colors, yells, etc.
Normal Eyte 13:6, p.91
10/11/1902 Account of the debate.
43 The Iowa State Normal
Normal Eyte 12:31, p.491
5/10/1902 Sent a large contingent to the oratorical contest in Emporia.
44 The Minnesingers
Normal Eyte 12:31, p.491
5/10/1902 Gave fourth annual concert.
45 The Minnesingers
Normal Eyte 12:29, p.459
4/26/1902 Will perform.
46 On Friday evening
Normal Eyte 12:21, p.322
2/22/1902 Detailed account of recent oratorical contest.
47 Neotrophian
Normal Eyte 12:18, p.276
2/1/1902 Good program in the new hall.

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