Adult Education Plan Is Lauded LAKE GENEVA— "Pattern-setter for other communities" was the term aplied to the Lake Geneva Adult Education Council b y Roger Axford, University of Wisconsin-Racine representative at a meeting here Thursday. A.\ford, invited by the gisjup to help organize this community's adult courses for the 1957-58 season, praised the work of the council and noted that the local group had accomplished more than more advanced programs in large cities. Groups which operate on a small •cale serve more people through a unified program such as the Lake Geneva plan, Axford said, and added he hoped to be able to interest other cities in following the •ame approach. Co-chairmen of the local council are Homer Whitford, YMCA secretary, and Mrs. EUiel Bran n , head librarian. Present were members of the Senior Woman's Cluib, American Assn. of Univer- ity Women, Catholic Daughters, th« GardHiers' and Foremen's Assn., local scliools, the library and area newspapers, Cbuses stajrt March • The first course will begin March 6. Other classes will start until the summer . season lecess and begin again in the fall. The first class will be a course for expectant mothers and will be taught by Miss Margaret Walter, public health nurst. Tlic class will meet at 2 p.m. Wednesdays in the East room of the YMCA. On March 20 in the YMCA a hobby class will begin. Taught by Robert Policy,.the class will take up model building and other hobbies to be decided by the mem bers. On March 21, the Gai-deners' and Foremen's Assn. will open its class on horticulture. The insti-uc- toi- wiU be Herman BoUweg. An added new feature is field trips and experience in pruning and horticulture techniques. Simple automobile mechanics is a new course this year and will start March 28. Designed especially for women, it viill be held In the YMCA and in the garage of the Saints, Rods and Customs Club on Highway 12. Robert Lavin is in- sti'uctor.