Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 13, 1961 · Page 8
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 8

Fayette, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 13, 1961
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Dtean ft Hendrix igeicome. Welcome, to the j: to ibe transfer stu- Uie n»taimmg Up- We are happy to kave you with us for the 1961€2 Echool year. We hope that this-TOU be one of the "best" years of your life. fjppef Iowa University has tot more than 100 yean wateh- giris' football, ending with a huge tug-ofrsrar across the Volga river jjear Flock's Island. If the freshmen win, they are permitted to hang up their freshman beanies; 3 they lose, they must continue to wear the special headgear until after the Homecoming game in October. Victory Bell — This is a tradi- ticnal football trophy kept by the winner of the Upper Iowa — Wartburg game. Wartburg has had possession of the bell, formerly used- on a railroad engine, " for the past three years. Since the series started in 1938, the U.LU. Peacocks have won possession 13 times; the Wartburg Knights seven. Two games have ended in ties. been appointed as acting head of the physics department, replacing Philip J. Lorenz. Professor Lorenz left the campus in August on a special grant for research at Syracus University. Charles Jones, assistant professor of chemistry, has been named as acting head of the chemistry department. He succeeds Dr. Lyman Caswell who resigned to accept a position with a womans college in Texas. An old Texas cactus was hi full bloom recently at the home of Mrs. Fay Shannon of Casino. Mrs. Shannon rescued the cactus from a snowdrift where it had been thrown by a neighbor 15 years ago. HENDRIX Dean of the Onirersiry Iowa University will help will help yourself. Reassignments made For coming school year Dr. Herschel Hendrix, dean of the University, has announced several reassignments of academic responsibility for the 1961-62 school year. These reassignments were necessitated because of faculty losses and leaves of absence. During Miss Grace Meyer's outcomes are pretty hard an schools, has its share of hal- lfiave flf absence, Edward G. predict in mojst instances. It lowed traditions. New students 0 «- c t=,,t nmfecem- «f •* ££%££ £*££ i-S-SrirsraJ 11 tts£rz3s% r _i». J _r " * •" «c~ ja^rj"- ^ ^^_ MaxwelL McCosh iProfessor 01 <ff uumo. Hie .sights "xespan ~ for many, many years after As one might expect; aw* of Ihe fbrmer^students have been — others failures. Ul- 1J.O. traditions Upper Iowa University, like GOOD TO SEE YOU RACK- STUDENTS AND FACULTY Of UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY We Invite You To Visit Our Store For All Of Your Hardware Needs Hamilton Hardware Maynard, Iowa »ar explanation at uus tone: j~ ™ iV3T u n_^* „„„ Coffcf B~k _ "Ms i» a new SSr*™ 1 ^?-^^, stsasstf -jsssiYJtf s SSTO™-=S«£ ^,^5^ d -•-iusatws.SEs a? rMff^S ^any of you come from fanns faculty and student body alike physics and mathematics, nas m d communities g^n^i^r to the "take off" at 9:50 each school area. digest; of you are morning for a coffee break hi irjtun ^metropolitan centers across Grandma Walker's cookie jar the nation. AJ1 of you have much cafeteria. Classes resume at 10:10. to| learn about the University, Scrap Day — University re- fhe community, and about one cords do not reveal when Scrap another. Each of you can be a Day was started; 'however, it is teacher. known to have existed as far Your first responsibility, as a back as the turn of the century. college student, is to academic This is the day, selected in secret matters. The faculty personnel by the Student Government, in .will provide all possible assist- which all classes are suspended 'ance. You ace the one who must and the entire student body gets learn, however. Last year it be- the day off. The freshmen and came necessary to suspend some upper classmen go through a ser- students for academic reasons, ies of athletic battles, including Even though this percentage is ---- comparatively small we dislike to see any* young man or woman fail Careful attention to your studies may keep you out of this group during this 1961-62 school year. Fayette is a small town — and a friendly town. The merchants •downtown are eager to serve you. Visit with them and get acquainted. You will find them to be considerate and helpfuL Do not impose upon them by asking for -CBedit Since students axe personnel the Univers- all WELCOME Students & Faculty Used Furniture — Dishes Clothes & Shoes For The Entire Family MAYNARD BARGAIN SHOP Maynard, Iowa ity lias recommended that business be conducted upon a cjsjh basis. This is for the protection of the student as well as •fiie merchant Among vour best friends in layette will be the local polke -officers. As a rule they "bend over backwards" in trying to be fair fc> students. They will not jfrgftate to "crack down" when it; becomes necessary, however. •This is particularly true in the operation of automobiles hi lay- , J - -r • : ^Aga^n, may I say "Welcome". " ' WELCOME To The STUDENTS AND FACULTY Of UPPffi IOWA UNIYffiSITY We have a complete line of meats and locker, service available to you. And we will be sincerely happy to be of service to you. MAYNARD LOCKER Maynard, Iowa Welcome Back Upper Iowa Students & Faculty • The road to success is long and some- times very hard. However, you are def- initely taking a step in the right direc- tion by seeking a higher education at UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY Our complete banking service is avail- able to you at all times. Checking Accounts — Savings Accounts Safety Deposit Boxes Financial Advice Maynard Savings Bank Maynard, Iowa IT MAI ES OS HAPPY- i.*r..: -,;:Sl.". .• • -; -'•, enroDincBt at Upper Iowa and the extensive bidding program that has helped to make U.LU. one of the best small cofleges in Iowa. We're sure it wffl continue to grow. WELCOME STUDENTS- You're wise to take advantage of the opportun- ities offered by this outstanding institution. We are pleased that so many farm youths in this area have the chance for higher education at a nom- inal cost. Maynard Co-operative Co. Phone 36 — Maynard, Iowa

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