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Fackler--J. T. (Class of 1894)

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1 Eleven years of continuous
Normal Eyte 19:16, p.253
1/27/1909 J. T. Fackler is now farming.
2 J. T. Fackler
Normal Eyte 17:13, p.201
12/12/1906 In charge of Gladbrook schools.
3 Principal J. T. Fackler
Normal Eyte 16:21, p.333
2/21/1906 Will hold art exhibition in Union school building.
4 J. T. Fackler
Normal Eyte 15:33, p.522
5/24/1905 Will be principal at Union.
5 After a pleasant experience of three years as principal
Normal Eyte 15:5, p.71
10/8/1904 J. T. Fackler has returned to Iowa to teach in Linn County, while caring for his mother.
6 J. T. Fackler
Normal Eyte 14:11, p.167
11/14/1903 J. T. Fackler is principal in Norwood, Colorado.
7 J. T. Fackler
Normal Eyte 13:24, p.382
3/21/1903 Teaching in Colorado.
8 J. T. Fackler
Normal Eyte 10:3, p.57
9/29/1900 Principal of department at Missouri Wesleyan College.
9 J. T. Fackler
Normal Eyte 9:28, p.665
4/28/1900 Principal of Pomeroy schools; obtained Ph B. degree from Cornell College; assistant in science in Missouri Wesleyan College.
10 Aristo
Normal Eyte 9:13, p.311
12/16/1899 Elected officers; held debate and declamatory contest.
11 J. T. Fackler
Normal Eyte 8:32, p.453
5/20/1899 Will receive degree from Cornell College.
12 J. T. Fackler
Normal Eyte 8:9, p.122
11/5/1898 Studying at Cornell College, as are Elmer Park, Lucy Hobbs, and Julia Hobbs.
13 J. T. Fackler
Normal Eyte 7:21, p.10
2/12/1898 Editor of Cornell College newspaper.
14 The Cornellian recently changed hands
Normal Eyte 7:21, p.16
2/12/1898 J. T. Fackler is editor.
15 Among the Normalites at Cornell College
Normal Eyte 7:4, p.43
10/2/1897 Several Normalites studying there.
16 G. W. Randlett
Normal Eyte 6:27, p.317
4/24/1897 Will go to Pomeroy; Mr. Fackler will attend the University of Iowa.
17 Among the prominent principals
Normal Eyte 6:11, p.124
11/21/1896 J. T. Fackler is president of Pocahontas County Teachers Association.
18 In the Pomeroy schools
Normal Eyte 6:9, p.102
11/7/1896 Several Normalites serving there.
19 J. T. Fackler
Normal Eyte 5:27, p.251
4/18/1896 Re-elected at Pomeroy; Kittie Howard will also continue there.
20 The program
Normal Eyte 5:27, p.251
4/18/1896 Northwestern Iowa Teachers Association meets; many Normalites attend.
21 J. T. Fackler
Normal Eyte 5:15, p.130
1/18/1896 Now in Pomeroy; Ethlyn Davies teacher there.
22 Military officers
Normal Eyte 4:36, p.598
6/19/1895 Group photo; photo.
23 The annual election of officers of the Oratorical Association
Normal Eyte 4:31, p.486
5/11/1895 Will also consider amendment to constitution which would advance eight contestants to contest.
24 The orations of the past week
Normal Eyte 4:30, p.475
5/4/1895 Speakers and topics.
25 The schools of Pomeroy
Normal Eyte 4:30, p.475
5/4/1895 J. T. Fackler will manage the schools.
26 J. T. Fackler
Normal Eyte 4:22, p.348
3/2/1895 Has the measles.
27 J. T. Fackler
Normal Eyte 4:14, p.219
1/5/1895 Moves to Washington Street.
28 The business of the Aristo Society
College Eye 4:11, p.171
11/24/1894 Good programs recently; elect new officers.
29 The following are the appointments
Normal Eyte 4:8, p.121
11/3/1894 Roster of officers of student battalion.
30 Mr. J. T. Fackler
Normal Eyte 4:5, p.74
10/13/1894 Will go to Hampton.
31 The orators and their subjects
Normal Eyte 4:3, p.44
9/29/1894 Roster of speakers.
32 On Friday of each week
Normal Eyte 3:31, p.246
5/5/1894 Will hold battalion drill and dress parade; band will play.
33 The Aristotelian Society gave a very interesting program
Normal Eyte 3:28, p.223
4/14/1894 Brief description of literary contest.
34 As a result of competitive field work
Normal Eyte 3:9, p.71
11/4/1893 Student battalion officers announced.
35 The dream
Fackler--J. T. (Class of 1894)
Normal Eyte 3:5, p.35
10/7/1893 A poetic look at the licensing of liquor.
36 Aristos
Normal Eyte 2:34, p.261
5/27/1893 Short description of recent program; election of officers; will give pins to graduates.
37 Election in the Aristo Society
Normal Eyte 2:28, p.225
4/22/1893 List of new officers.

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