Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 13, 1961 · Page 7
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 7

Fayette, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 13, 1961
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Dean GiH known u "Gtt*t Wlote Father" Dean Wilson. C CBI, Iowa's colorful and Upper ibte dean of men, is one of the senior' professors at Upper Iowa University as far as years of service are concerned. Dean G31 has GRIFFITH SCHOOL OF MUSIC Griffith School of Music Accomplishments known The Griffith School of Music at Upper Iowa university is known throughout northeast Ib- wa for its quality of productions and accomplishments of individual musicians. Head of the school is Dr. LeGrand Maxwell, McCosh Professor of Music, who supervises the school and teaches many of the individual piano and vocal students as well as instructing Student teaching program Is profitable experience The student teaching program provides one of the most profitable experiences for elementary teachers who graduate from Upper Iowa. Director of this program is Mrs. Addie Austin, associate professor of elementary education. Students who graduate from Upper Io\va University and who plan TO teach as a career are required to do nine weeks of student teaching. The students live in the community in which they teach and take part in all school activities much as they would do if they were regular members of the school faculty. As prospective teachers reach this important step in their education, their names and assignments will be published in the Ccllegian. courses in music. Also in the department is Gary Wittlich, assistant professor of music, who has charge of the University band and instrumental music hi addition to his regular teaching load. Throughout the year the Griffith School of Music provides much entertainment, for the campus life including band concerts, choral concerts, a Bach cantata at Commencement, the Messiah at Christmas and numerous appearances of the madrigal singers. In addition they frequently cooperate witn the drama department in the staging of musical productions. T-V classroom course Upper Iowa University, joining with an estimated "200 colleges and universities throughout the country, is offering Continental Classroom's televised course, "The Structure and Functions of American Government" this fall. The two-semester course, consisting of 160 half-hour sessions, will be televised in color Monday through Friday from 6:30 to 7:00 a.m. F local time, beginning September 25. More than 170 NBC television stations will carry the program to every part of the United States. Viewers interested in registering for college credit may do so College Edition 5 W«dxM«day, September 13. 1961 Fayette Leader Fxyette. Iowa from September 11 to September 18 at U.I.U. Further details about registration, credit, tuition, study assignments or examinations can be obtained from Dr. James T. Sparkman, director of extension at Upper Iowa. Degrees Marjorie and Mildred Carstensen of Wilton Junction recently received their Bachelor of Arts degrees from the State University of Iowa. Between them, they have 28 years teaching experience. IJ DEAN WILSON C. GILL served the institution for the past 14 years. Gill teaches history primarily but has also taught classes in government and politics. His main hobby is fishing and as an angler he rales among the best in the Fayette area. There are very few fishing trips that do not produce trout for the pipe- smoking "great white father." SELL YOUR DOH'T WAHTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS Welcome Back Students & Faculty From Joe & Linda Wright Fayette, Iowa Welcome Back Students And Faculty The Citizens Of Fayette Are Happy That You Have Chosen UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY as your place for higher education. We hope you will enjoy your stay in Fayette and we're sure that you will be fine resident* we can be proud of. Be sure to stop in and meet the local merchants. They will be gbd to visit with you. MAYOR JACK BECK FAYETTE TOWN COUNCIL BAUM'S "Your Store For Style" Oelwein, Iowa see what this Tapered Shirt flOeS TOT yOU! It \f\m you and slims yw-gms you the new Tapered-to-s-T look for Fall. Try one. You'll want i nholi wardrobe of these Shapely tapers. $5 Brookfield Clothes —advertised in LIFE ESQUIRE PLAYBOY SAT. EVE. POST LOOK SPORTS ] T)rookfi3ld ~v\Corduroy suits JjJJ with vests S 29 r ~ The mit that's worn by upper-class leaders on every Ivy-campus. Right for town, too. Fine quality pinv/ale corduroy, tailored in the slim tapered traditional way. Antelope, olive, black—plus the newest in corduroys, handsome plaids. Get yours while the setting's good. BAUM'S Your Store For Style Odwein, Iowa

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