Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 13, 1961 · Page 5
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September 13, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 5

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WORDS OF WECOME (Continued from Page 2) faculty in the years to come. Tl get lowan, and how much they loved every minute of it. These are only a few of the illustrations to point out how great the privilege » the that you can see in the physical plant on the campus and you can feel in rapport between the fa- calty, the students and the corn- munity, is the reslt of 1961-62. Last year we served a CoEege total head count of 1,728. This contrasted to the 646 {faculty member. "\3Say I dose tills littfe one of my favorite ^ each how mllch ~--«assist ssts office it is in a readily understandable form.. After the president, business manager, and dean of the University have agreed as to the final budget r^^r dations, the proposed budget goes to the Finance Committee of the Board of Trustees. This committee, at present, is composed of Mr L. C. Surfus, Chairman, Mr. Paul Templeman and Mr. Harry Young, a businessman from Oelwein The Finance Committee has the proposed budget for several days before it is then sent SrSj meeting of the Board, for tte past tw™or three years, the budget has been approved in principle, with the stipulation Sat the Finance Committee and the administration of the Urn- versity reappraise the budget in STSht of PP the final enrollment for the fall semester his makes LU VITT VTIIMJf"^ fTCS*V*VJUCUUlC yn~* - : ;- .. new faculty members to our staff, one^s gasp, etc whafs a students. We anticipate We know that Upper Iowa has for? the potential of cheating;-a chal- sjEugene E. lenge for each2studente and »pfh President -m. all of our contacts relating to the University are as happy and pleasant as those just described. However, the negative aspects, m my university win mcts of person-jities that must j^e w hen men and women work together. I look upon the negative aspects as a challenge-Sincerely and honestly we try to resolve each one on its ownmer- its so the participants wffl always leave feeling that they have received just treatment There ^ some disappoint- tort *ate«nt "*!J2ttS and say that the on* «^f* Upper Iowa can not progress as rapidly as we ™**™"J» s< g her grow ™^ **"*£ « £e <noney ^^df from " we coma pi«- TT _: wr _ iiv some ^urce *en the Umv^ty couM dream for . . , kif] h@Jn l«5t 1IW|* This college meat Fayette Leaden nual 4 A great deal of wozk has gone into the 28 page tabloid section ^ a ^j^a^ to the leader, and fce college students will have a better xmder- standmg - ^ IOT * «* ltS activities. ^ ^ ^ to take this opportunity to publidy and administrative staff, are the two major items that have contributed to the fact that we have been able to operate the University without a deficit for the past three years. In my opinion, there will probably be a small deficit for the 1960-61 fiscal year. Just by way of interest, the administration was faced with expenditures, in 1960-61, exceeding $40 000 which were unanticipated and' which could not be postponed. For another item of in* . , ,—i *__ 10*9,53 was •s. The S25e years we of the ob- set for lllc University in that period of time. Obviously, this will not be done, blit it is something for Upper lowans and friends of Upper Iowa to think about. Certainly, I would not be human, if I did not take great sure and joy in the new on the Upper Iowa 1 campus. But please do not give the president credit for all of this magnificent growth. under $900,000. One of the real pleasures_of the president of ^ ciedit shouw DP many, many wonderful picture ,!CT_fcV4, Ulr »»»^ •»•—— *> Like many other positions, a public relations job sometimes appears to be quite simple and the efforts put forth by the office personnel sometimes go un-noticed. We assure you, however, that a public relations job is not easy. In fact, it is quite demanding. The director has to be always on call, and must be ready to furn- " of information about that is requested of mm. jnc, wo, puts in many hours that are unknown to the general public. , We would like to point out that he is doing a tremendous job for Upper Iowa, and -would like to operation in helping to make this edition a success. becoming acquainted with so many of the students on the campus It is fun to watch freshmen grow up and mature and develop and become men and women. It is fun to watch college students start dating and then courting seriously, and finally becoming husband and wife, sometimes while they're still on the campus. Frequently immediately or soon after they graduate and leave the campus. It is just as much fun to meet former Upper lowans who had their courtship days on the campus, 40 or 50 years after they have left Upper Iowa. A classic example "of this is Dr. and Mrs John C. Baker, the wonderful Upper lowans who, just a month or two ago, gave the University 4 000 shares of Wallace and Tiernan common stock ($148,000) to make it possible for us to build the new Baker-Hebron Science Hall The Bakers did their courting in the old South Hall. Mrs. Baker graduated in 1909, Dr. Baker in 1910. In 1959, Dr. Baker set up the Maud Wember Baker Science Fund. The Fund now has $59.605 • 'n it, the income of which . --stricted to the purchasing 01 science equipment. No fewer than six of the members cf the Summer School Graduating Class this summer took the time to come by the President's Office and tell me how gratsful they were for the privilege of having been an Upper WELCOME STUDENTS AND FACULTY WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL Sporting Goods Needs Basketball and Football Supplies Hunting and Fishing Supplies We Give Regular School Discounts On Regular Sporting Goods Equipment Hap - N - Ken's SPORTING GOODS Northeast Iowa's Most Complete 25EastCharfes —Odw^Iowm' WELCOME, STUDENTS AND FACULTY MEMBERS We're Happy To Have You Bade Come hi And Get Acquainted BE1UTY ,* ** t~*~ "Beanir J«t For YooT *" USB lotos WELCOME BACK STUDENTS FAYETTE On AH Your f m *& FAYFTTE (XH)P CREAMffiY ASS7L Fayette, Iowa , 5] j» Quality AND THE PRICES ARE RMT BedSpreads Pfflow Cases Sheets Blankets Women's and Misses' SPORTS WEAR SWEATERS Many Styles And Colors Ji names [WEAR SWEATSHIRTS ANKLETS jj- v'2BL rTO $" £KS Is. * T NYLONS DUSTERS SHOES X BAfFltTOWELS CHECK OUR QUALITY LINE OF CLOTHES .' ( \ STUDENTS AND FACULTY

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