Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 13, 1961 · Page 9
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September 13, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 9

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creasingly difficult to remain open and make a profit. Realizing this, the administrafcxs of Upper Iowa made arrangements to purchase a block of-tickets.: from the theater each *reek to assure the theater management a certain number of ticket sales. The University, in turn,. sells the tickets to students and faculty members at a-rsduced rate. This, of course, « an -^xpense to the university, but it helps to create a recreation spot for students, and helps to maintain a theater in a thriving little community. Any students are eligible to purchase the tickets from the Bursar's office at Upper Iowa university. SELL YOUH DONT WAHTS WITH LEADER WAHT ADS Win Lunderwen berry Point recently reached height of sir feet and over and had huge clusters of flowers, which, in some cases, nmnbened as high, as twehre- ', ' WELCOME New tennis courts On U.I.U. campus Two new tennis courts, costing an estimated $9,000, were completed last year on the Upper Iowa University campus. The regulation size courts have 10-foot backstops and five-foot side fenses. Side gates provide entry into the courts, while gates at either side of the center backstop allow players to pass froiti one court to the other. Situated just east of the Dickman Recreation hall, the courts add much ot the varsity and intra-mural sports activity, as well as increasing the general campus recreational facilities. Upper Iowa has not participated in varsity tennis since 1955, when they wen the I.I-A.C. championship. Extensive extension Program at U.I.U. The most extensive extension program in the history of Upper Iowa University was announced recently for this fall by Dr. James T Sparkman, Director of Extension at Upper Iowa University. The program of off-campus classes, as outlined by Dr. Sparkman, will include 24 towns, covering 24 counties in northeastern Iowa. Those attending the extension classes will receive regular college credit for their work. Dr. Sparkman added that regular extension classes would also be taught at night cm the TFIU campus. The organization meeting for all on-campus extension classes will be held on Monday -evening, September 11, at 7:30 i in the Colgrove-Walker Building. The classes to be offered by Upper Jbwa win be those selected by the teachers and other persons in attendance at the meeting, Sparkman said. Sleep Dr. Richard Drennen of Manning readily admits that he has no other patient that can fall asleep when faced with a den- tisfs drill other than six year old Stanley Musfeldt who was caught napping recently. U. L U. underwrites Theater ticket safe* Realizing the need for recreation for-the Upper Iowa students, the administration two years ago' decided to take steps to have the Fayette theater re-opened. The plan worked out very satisfactorily to all concerned, and is being executed again this year. As everyone knows, with the .advent of television, .theaters in small towns have found it in- WELCOME COLLEGE STUDENTS and FACULTY We will be happy to serve you at anytime Stop In Soon At GAMBLES Oelwein, Iowa Student Specials Economy Paul Bunyan SHRAL NOTEBOOKS 29c 79c Square Ring Notebook Magna-Lock Notebook 'IQ p Notebook Dictionary ^J^ ^ Laneys Oetweln, Iowa The quality ioofc at a popular price . . . knits of fra&- combed cotton yarn that can be the mamstayjrfywae all-year all-weather wardrobe ... for daAgpom <«g travel -They pack well, sit welt wash beaufaroHy; ~ Each (15X300 words) $1.59 Metal WASTE - BASKETS, Only Soap Dishes — Toothbrushes — etc. O ^mjiff/ fcmk FAYETTE, IOWA1 * •>*(.»

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