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Fullerton--Charles Alexander (Class of 1890; Music Faculty)

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51 Will present 'Messiah' Sunday; faculty soloists to sing
College Eye 31:13, p.1
12/15/1939 Was first presented in 1903 by Theodore Thomas Orchestra, with Professor Fullerton directing.
52 1890
Alumnus 23:4, p.26
10/1/1939 Celebrating the 50th anniversary of their graduation from the College, members of the Class of 1890 are making plans for their golden reunion. Roster of class members.
53 Frank M. Phillips
Alumnus 23:2, p.22
4/1/1939 Is now serving as actuary and statistician with the U. S. Employees Compensation Commission. He received his Ph. D. degree from George Washington University, and he resides in Washington.
54 Invitation to reunion
Alumnus 23:2, p.10
4/1/1939 Description of activities for reunion associated with spring Commencement; photo.
55 '92 From Hawaii to College Hill, Romanzo C. Adams, C. A. Fullerton, T. B. Morris, Forest C. Ensign
Alumnus 23:1, p.19
1/1/1939 Adams has been professor of sociology at the University of Hawaii since 1919. He and C. A. Fullerton revived many personal and group reminiscences recently including T. B. Morris, Professor Albert Loughridge, and Forest C. Ensign.
56 Professor C. A. Fullerton, P. G. Fullerton, Robert Fullerton, A. M. Fullerton, H. J. Fullerton, J. E. Fullerton, and J. K. Fullerton
Alumnus 23:1, p.20
1/1/1939 Seven Fullerton brothers, ranging in age from sixty-six to eighty years, attended a reunion recently at the home of Professor C. A. Fullerton, Teachers College's "grand old man of music," now a member of the Extension Service. Three brothers are alumni.
57 Knife and Fork Club attracts seven men
College Eye 30:10, p.5
11/11/1938 Several faculty are members of after dinner speaking group.
58 Ten faculty men play "Proud Papa" role tomorrow
College Eye 30:7, p.5
10/21/1938 Several faculty have children attending ISTC.
59 Mrs. William Griffen
Alumnus 22:4, p.21
10/1/1938 The former Kizzie Bell Gambs has retired from teaching; gave a contribution for the Seerley Foundation Loan Fund.
60 Alumnae find service here
College Eye 29:36, p.3
6/17/1938 Several members of the faculty participate in consultative service.
61 Men, did he say? There were bedbugs, too!
Alumnus 22:2, p.10
4/1/1938 Alumnus J. F. Doderer recalls first days on campus in 1887; sleeping quarters; limited menus; Halloween prank.
62 Instructors write for education monthly
College Eye 29:16, p.3
1/14/1938 Several faculty write articles for Midland Monthly.
63 Oldster C. Ray Aurner recalls student life in the Nineties
Alumnus 22:1, p.3
1/1/1938 Alumnus recalls experiences of living on College Hill and going to school in the 1880s and 1890s; recalls faculty, serving as secretary to President Seerley, selling schoolbooks, rooming houses.
64 Faculty members speak at annual teacher's convention
College Eye 29:8, p.1
10/29/1937 Roster of those who will participate in ISTA meeting.
65 How did school song originate?
College Eye 29:8, p.6
10/29/1937 Dorothy McFarland won contest for song in 1923; tune is Harvard's "Song of Victory"; prior to contest "Our Boys will Shine Tonight" had been song.
66 Educational troublemen await your word
Alumnus 21:4, p.8
10/1/1937 Extension Division has seven staff members who provide consulting service to schools.
67 Music for the millions
Alumnus 21:4, p.9
10/1/1937 Professor Charles A. Fullerton outlines his method and plans for public school music; photo.
68 Teachers, this service will help you
College Eye 38:0, p.1
7/30/1937 Irving Hart talks about the consultative service offered by Extension.
69 Spring finds faculty members busy with lecturers and trips; many attend music convention; Denny and Riebe leave for Wisconsin
College Eye 28:27, p.3
4/9/1937 Schedule of upcoming campus meetings.
70 Plans complete for music meet early in March
College Eye 28:21, p.1
2/19/1937 Conference program highlights.
71 Fullerton likes oatmeal for vim
College Eye 28:18, p.1
1/29/1937 Charles Fullerton believes in starting the day with oatmeal and staying with a job.
72 "Messiah" repeated after three years
College Eye 28:4, p.1
10/2/1936 Had performed other music for past two years; Professor Kurtz will direct instead of Professor Fullerton.
73 Fullerton, Cory win semi finals in men's faculty golf tournament
College Eye 27:8, p.4
7/17/1936 Professors Fullerton and Cory defeated Professors Buffum and Merchant in the faculty men's golf tournament.
74 Polk County unit picnicks at Des Moines; Fearing presides
Alumnus 20:3, p.14
7/1/1936 Group hopes to reorganize.
75 Professors take honors
Alumnus 20:3, p.3
7/1/1936 Several professors win awards, publish material, or make presentations
76 Hart and Fullerton attend conference
College Eye 27:5, p.3
6/26/1936 Attend Rural Life Conference.
77 Instructors invited as guest speakers for commencements
College Eye 27:1, p.1
5/22/1936 Faculty will speak around state.
78 Wolfe will appear on music program in New York City
College Eye 27:36, p.1
3/27/1936 Will present paper.
79 Three professors attend convention at Manchester, Iowa
College Eye 27:15, p.4
80 Alumni break bread with faculty at N. E. A. in Denver
Alumnus 19:4, p.11
10/1/1935 Group enjoys dinner.
81 A new a capella choir to be known as the College Singers will be chosen this week
Public Relations News Release 1935:53, p.1
9/28/1935 The Minnesingers have been enlarged to sixty voices and the Troubadors have been dropped completely.
82 The music department will sponsor only one glee club for men instead of two
Public Relations News Release 1935:54, p.1
9/27/1935 Mr. Kurtz also announced the formation of a new group to be known as the College Singers.
83 Institute Work
Public Relations News Release 1934:35, p.1
9/20/1935 Faculty members will visit several institutions.
84 Faculty members plan to attend N. E. A. meeting
College Eye 27:47, p.1
6/28/1935 Six faculty will attend.
85 Edgar A. Ralston will preside at the annual alumni luncheon
Public Relations News Release 1934:1090, p.2
5/28/1935 Special guests and program for the luncheon.
86 Graduates face crowded week as year closes; receptions, dances, honor services on calendar of activities
College Eye 26:44, p.133
5/24/1935 Graduates have much to enjoy as their last days approach.
87 Faculty members honor Fullerton
College Eye 26:40, p.1
4/26/1935 For fifty years of service to ISTC; notes other faculty and alumni with whom Professor Fullerton has been associated.
88 'Grand old man of Iowa music' will be honored by Rotarians for fifty years school service
College Eye 26:37, p.1
4/5/1935 Lengthy profile of Professor Fullerton and his teaching method; photo.
89 Faculty celebration cancelled
College Eye 26:37, p.1
4/5/1935 Faculty Men's Club honors for Professor Fullerton cancelled because Professor Fullerton is called out of town.
90 Logan wins prize for new version of Italian song
College Eye 26:37, p.1
4/5/1935 Dorothy Logan wins prize for translation.
91 On April 6, 1885 Charles A. Fullerton walked onto the campus of the old Iowa State Normal School
Public Relations News Release 1934:995, p.4
4/4/1935 Profile of Mr. Fullerton's student and teaching career.
92 Wolfe will address music instructors
College Eye 26:34, p.3
3/11/1935 Will speak to regional group on music education.
93 Irving Wolfe has been asked to give a paper at the North Central Music Education conference
Public Relations News Release 1934:952, p.1
3/8/1935 Mr. Wolfe will address the topic of public school music programs.
94 Honors are being achieved by twenty-one students from Cerro Gordo county
Public Relations News Release 1934:910, p.2
2/13/1935 Cerro Gordo county is also represented by three Teachers College faculty members.
95 Frank C. Woods
Alumnus 19:1, p.6
1/1/1935 Visits campus and recalls old days.
96 Fullerton presents choir instruction plan to Dakotans
College Eye 26:25, p.1
12/21/1934 Professor Fullerton makes presentation to one thousand teachers in South Dakota.
97 Frances Perkins will be the principal speaker at the seventy-ninth annual convention of the Iowa State Teachers Association
Public Relations News Release 1934:652, p.3
10/21/1934 Program for the event.
98 Seventeen staff members are scheduled for a part in the seventy-ninth annual Iowa State Teachers Association convention
Public Relations News Release 1934:653, p.2
10/21/1934 Program for the event.
99 Longer class intervals, credit rule, administrative changes top events in campus news; departmental and campus alterations are also recent changes
College Eye 26:12, p.1
9/10/1934 Will allow ten minutes of passage time instead of five minutes; changes in music and language departments; landscaping in central campus after demolition of Power Plant.
100 Fullerton to direct rural school choir of Teachers Nov. 2
College Eye 26:9, p.4
8/3/1934 At ISTA meeting.


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