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Boardman--Myrtle A. (Class of 1897)

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1 Charles F. Johnson
Alumnus 30:3, p.12
7/1/1946 Has retired as superintendent of the Kis-Lyn, Pa., Industrial School, a position he held since 1912; with the Y. M. C. A. in Des Moines for nine years and general secretary in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. His wife is the former Myrtle Boardman of Manson, Iowa.
2 Charles F. Johnson
Alumnus 23:3, p.22
7/1/1939 Superintendent of the Kis Lyn, Pennsylvania, School for Wayward Boys for twenty-seven years; spent part of the winter vacationing at Daytona Beach, Florida. His wife is the former Myrtle A. Boardman.
3 Charles F. Johnson, and Mrs. Johnson (Myrtle Boardman)
Alumnus 15:3, p.28
7/1/1931 Name appeared in the New York Times recently as one of the Honor Students of Princeton University, where he is specializing in mathematics.
4 Mrs. Johnson
Alumnus 15:2, p.27
4/1/1931 The former Myrtle Boardman, and husband Charles, have two boys, Charles F. Jr., a student at Princeton University, and Lawrence Boardman, a senior in Wyoming Seminary, a preparatory school at Kingston, Pennsylvania.
5 Myrtle A. Boardman
Normal Eyte 19:17, p.267
2/3/1909 Married Charles F. Johnson.
6 Mr. Charles Johnson
Normal Eyte 13:25, p.395
3/28/1903 Doing well as general secretary of Des Moines YMCA
7 6-Jun
Normal Eyte 10:3, p.57
9/29/1900 Charles Johnson married Myrtle Boardman.
8 Myrtle A. Boardman
Normal Eyte 9:33, p.783
6/2/1900 Teaching in Manson schools since graduating.
9 Chas. F. Johnson and Myrtle Boardman
Normal Eyte 9:32, p.760
5/26/1900 Will marry.
10 Neotrophian
Clark--Gertrude (Class of 1899)
Normal Eyte 7:35, p.26
6/11/1898 History of the society; photo.
11 Myrtle Boardman
Normal Eyte 7:4, p.42
10/2/1897 Teaching near Manson.
12 Myrtle Boardman
Normal Eyte 6:31, p.368
5/22/1897 Will teach at Manson.
13 Society Notes
Normal Eyte 6:24, p.281
4/3/1897 Program for upcoming Neotrophian Society meeting.
14 Miss Myrtle Boardman
Normal Eyte 6:23, p.273
3/27/1897 Has been sick.
15 Several hack-loads of students
Normal Eyte 6:20, p.237
2/20/1897 Horses become unmanageable; hack turned over; no serious injuries.
16 Myrtle Boardman
Normal Eyte 6:19, p.224
2/13/1897 Recovered from illness.
17 Society Notes
Normal Eyte 6:10, p.114
11/14/1896 Description of recent programs.

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