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September 13, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 1

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College Edition The Heart Of Northeast Iowa's Scenic Wonderland Volume 47, Number 37 Wednesday, September 13, 1961, Fayette, Iowa Twenty-eight Pages This Issue U.I.U. Freshman class one of largest ~ ~- ADVERTISER Homecoming DIRECTORY Plans are set Advertiser FAYETTE — Page j-i- T v t- ~t c-nn Fayette Insurance Agency The traditioal bonfire at 6.00 v « P .m Friday evening, OctaberB. ^ standard ge^ will mark the beginning of Upper Iowa University s annual « Fayette Homecoming celebratior, t us year. The bonfire under the supervision of the University's cheer leaders will be built on Dsrman ^ football field and will be the focal ?£? y" irty •• point for a huge pep rally. T QV ce Lumber Co tober 7. with a parade through down town Fayette at 10:00 p.m. Prizes totaling $75 plus a sweepstakes trephy will be- awarded |£» g f£ p g ace to the winner in the float con- g^f^™^ & T . V test while the best marching fiank ^ band will receive an engraved ^^ _ pak G ^ plaque. O tt - s Drive In At 1:30 Saturday afternoon, the Fayette Theater Peacock* will meet their tradi- Gay's Barber Shop tional rivals from Wartburg. At Thrifty Food Mart SSdu*. «- -n, .,„ b. SSSgSS^ 1 —« the famed trophy bell, (see relat- Mullins Sport Shop ed article under traditions) U.I.U. Rec Hall At half time the Homeorming Knight's Hardware .^ will be revealed. Final Zabriskie Garage queen will be reveaieu Garden of Eafen balloting on the queen will be ^ uc jjg r J Flower Shop held on Thursday, October " ;O '"viJ K }ersee Plumbing but the winner will not be an- Fayette 1 Stone Co. -> vi nounced until half time. Daniels Drug .; -^ ^ An alumni business meeting Diimermutgg and Fay. will be held in the ^ Walker building at 11:30 Salur- day morning. Alumni headquart- Faye^te ers will be established in theMaurgrs^ lounge with the registratii:n' ! W^?"OW^ being open from 9:00 a.m. until noon. Following the Homecoming game alumni and visitors along with the st-dent bady will be invited to an open house at the home of president and Mrs^ Eugene E. Garbee. ;•. A Homecoming banquet ^"^pgL..^'/ be held in the C. P. Colegrove,gjgj*^ auditorium at 6:30 p.m fcr all' j^^L* who wish to attend. FoUowing ^$*££X the banquet, Dr. Garbee will give progress report concerning the 15 One of the most interesting extra curricular activities open to all students on campus is the participation in University dramatic productions. Several plays are produced and directed each year under the supervision of Mrs. Marcella Esters, drama coach, the University Players and Alpha Psi Omega. A scene from one of J 7 last year's production* is shown above. •• fee Fall enrollment freshmen, Transfer students hits 300 22 Upper Iowa Untwersitys, 1981 i ~W9OsS£®&*ademic year, the Uni- C27 fair enrollment .ofcfreshmeii and versity germed a total individual 29 tratisfeFOstudentsXwiU, again| total s'udent Head count of 1,728 stu- ^29 300 students, for tbe seconl con- dints. The 19ol spring enrollment 30 ^secutive vgarT^it'was-.-SHat<j|i fc> dropped 12 students as compared «jk clay-by Brad lie Cabal lero» c 5to6fc'p^OBAfaiMBifev'iou3 fall enrollment of 1 jj 1 tox of -admissions.^f " ; Jhis total, 6^6. The\ University extension ' -ji he, ^famates tfcik ~3S6flewfll be rrosram .o* •- • -..,<„,- . ' tVr \ 40 wi 18 18 18 19 20 20 21 21 22 ( ---- -. not ,'btravailable th> \conjpletioa /of ' -12 lerved a total of 479 (e:sentially in-service uring the first semes- itenson classes, and a |70 individuals during semester. Bummer sessiorw which v jst 10, sawy4^otal en'^99 stu4>6ife:,435 dur- st terfa:'apid''26*-^or ,i This/t^tafcdoes no4''incl,u ^ _^ — „----- .rSdividuals v wilp_ w i i> be , taking thBTsecond teffK..• ,/-±. - ^^—:;! Curses in U.rKts_ex;tensioB PEQ'v,.The raaoforemen -^y -women *O \iisnv., v,» c-onl. "~-JjS»^^ i 1, "~; •»>»• tH»x^>«>*7*/>Tnr> rt^.in(t-eliirlpnt<; istrar Wilsbi i ^\f rvKAiutij >, A30^tudents u^Bwo .ter^-ori^. men.- ' ''! ^- • • Drycleamn^- RestanraaJi; lg ,gram, he: ..^^Accoidui^faf •"•MS—"- rr^ -•"* ; ^ .Sill's enrollment^ep^t-fo^ thM,Ca M18 -47!! Ward the last year's Homecoming queen will crown the 1961-62 queen. The 1961 Homecoming events Bank s. 19 Wubur Ford'V V, 19 Schat? Sc SchaU -._- •& 20 Marks: Bootery ' ^-^. 22 -'-"23 Graham's Department StofeT 23 29 Your Qholce Beei Co. -^23 29 Desser«rHi-Way Store , M 30 SUMllfiii — ; \^ 30 Gronner's .^^ s X^31 Weidler Chevrolet -.; McAloon Dry Goods -• 3 Huebner Mbt«3rs 6 Maynard Bargain Shop 9 Maynard Locker 10 Maynard Co-op / , 10 Maynard Savings Bank 10 Hamilton Hardware One cf the largest freshmen classes in the history of the University began arriving on campus last Sunday. At press time today nearly 300 freshmen and transfer students had started the orientation program. In addition, nearly 400 upperclassmen are expected to register today, bringing the total enrollment to about 700 this fall. The fresnman class alone this year is larger than the entire student body enrollment in 1954. An open house for new students and their parents was held i-> the Colgrove-Walker Memorial building Sunday afternoon, followed by a dinner for new students and new faculty that evening. \^ On Monday morning the fresh- mi n began their college testing in English, music, and the ACT p-ogram. On Monday afternoon the entire class hiked to Klock's Island via the "cut" for an after- n»7on of recreation and orientation. At 5:00 a Hawaiian luau' was served, complete with roast pig and fresh pineapple. Following group singing Dr. Eugene E. Garbee, University president, climaxed the evening with a "Jack" story. During the orientation period students were given advice' and counsel by faculty members and ir.embers of the Student Government. Ministers of local churches were on hand to become acquainted with the new students, and v.-ords of welcome were extended by Mayor Jack Beck, Chief of Police L'.:yd Holtzman, and Wes Ashby, local conservation agent. Following registration today there will be an All-College mixer in the C. P. Colegrove auditorium, to which all students and faculty are invited. On Thursday all classes will meet on a short schedule, while the regular class schedule w^l begin on Friday. Among/the important school eventjs^irfheduled in the near fu- tur^'^ar^ HomeriTming with Wart- no^g on October 7, and the an- |lual Parents' Day on Saturday -vf — 2 each; and'^5'each from - fo_jyiassac&ussetts,. MichiMn; .Minne- ' '*"" ' ' ,. . ,ta Nebraska and 'Wisconsin. ' --—"?•*•*• M 23 28 28 hind the headlines, ask any 28 housewife] She'll tel} you it's 28 her husb&nd, especially at the 28 breakfast 'table. . - ' _ EDITION and personnel are proud second annual Col- hope you enjoy r , . publication from Hit-cover to the back page, •pat deal of work and long ^ ^have |Hne^ into the preparation of this edition during the past few weeks. The staff has .been mgst careful to avoid errors .ii^fthe news or* in the ads, but\ being human it is possible to err, so it is hoped the readers

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