Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 13, 1961 · Page 22
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September 13, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 22

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Many organizations for Students attending U.l.U. 14 College Edition location "Who's Who Among Stu- the student body. They accom- ,„ . . . . dents in American Universities pany the team to all athletic con- StXSLJr'^'XiLtJr -V* ^oneg ^Zrh^y jas ^m- tests. . .. _ Farette^I^ad^^^t^, Iqira ^ by the qualification of schol- . .:• : - •:• arship, leadership and profe's- Aipha Phi Omega participating in a certain num- sional potentiality, ber cf local play productions. Both groups strive to present Campus Wires good quality theatrical entertain The purpose of APO is to assemble college men in the fellowship of the Scout Oath and This group was organized in Law, to develop friendship, and Upper Iowa university has people taking the regular music ment and dev eloD annreeiation - - • . u,.. „n u_ menl 311(1 aeveiop appreciation 1936 It consists of of stu . t0 pr0 mote service to humanity. dents and its chief purpose is Membership is open to all form- Who's Who e encourag- -tn^ v™] r hantpr is ni»n W . " "vines, ana luncuon as a service piuviuc: part in these m e £U£SL to Til ni* in S are chosen b y the facult y for organization when called upon and to Si™ Vlf ^ "^tioa fa the ? ub - to assist in other campus projects, ways. The Veterans Club many student organizations on curriculum, but all students who of personal and cultural values, its campus that provide creative, are interested and can qualify, social and professional training „ outlets for extra curricular ac- Newman Club tivities. Students are encouraged to take an active organizations. religious group sponsors Jhe Among the major activities Mardi Gras dance each year . The are: club, which meets monthly, provides students of the Roman Catholic faith opportunities for The veterans organization was spiritual and social activities, begun in 1954-55. It is open to all male honorably discharged s, 5 ma Tau DeUa veterans of service in the United The Tau Alpha chapter of sig . Slates Armed Forces. It fosters ma Tau Dljlta ^ the nationaI hon . the understanding of the prob- orary E^^YI fraternity on the lems confiwntmg the veteran in campus . Members are selected college and promotes the gen- on ^ basjs of proficienC y eral welfare of the students and ^ creative writing, an d interest Upper Iowa University. They in ntaaLtate ^ Ea^ also sponsor the winter carnival, year the mem bers, both student an annual gala event. and alumnii meet for a home . The Lettexmea Club coming breakfast. The organization functions as a workshop for The Upper Iowa Lettermen's its members and as a service or- club t consists of students who ganization on the campus, are awarded athletic letters as a result' of participation in the Pi Kappa Delia coHege athletic program. Sports This fa the fi ^ Forensics for which athletic letters are awarded are football basketball, fraternity on campus and is baseball, and track; tennis and t0 the fathering of the golf are also frequently included social fellowship. They partici- er Boy Scouts or members of any pate in many of the campus ac- Scouting organization. The group Members to this exclusive list- tivities, and function as a service provides services to the campus the community in many Collegian The Collegian is Upper fcwa's weekly student publication. The Collegian has been serving the students by publishing coming events for the student's general information, reviewing those events already presented, and serving as an official outlet for the publication of announcements from the administration. Feature articles, personal columns rod advertising columns, as well as picture reporting give the student an opportunity to express his journalistic ambitions. The staff is composed of the reporting class, plus volunteers from the student body. Cheerleaders Student Education Association Gomposed of those students (Continued on Page 19) The club has charge of concessions at all athletic events. x Student Council The Student Council (or Student Government as it will soon be cnlled> functions as an advisory and administrative body. The members are elected by their Tvspcvtivv? classes 3nd hold mMl- mas twice monthly. The group spons -.ii".> and supervises such campus activities as Scrap Day, This enthusiastic group are directly instrumental in stimulating the Upper Iowa University A former Mason City resident, athletes to do an even better job, forensics endeavor, the promo- Theodore R. Richer, has assumed and to arouse school spirit among tion cf speech being their chief his new duties as assistnat prof- aim. The numerous awards re- essor of English. He will also ceved by U. I. U. speakers over teach in the University's exten- the years of participation in sion program, these activities testify to the or- Richer graduated from high ganizatien's success. , , . „, „. , school in Mason City and receiv- Alpha Psi Omega ed his bachelor of arts degree and University Players from the University of Minnesota. He was awarded a master These two organizations have of fine arts degree from the State WELCOME To UPPER IOWA And To FAYETTE from NUTRI-PAK CO Fayette, Iowa as their primary object the do- Univcrsitv of Lowa where he held \viopment of dramatic talent on fellowship m creative wrung ._. .._ _ .. ^ . . lhe campus. The orgnaizations in 1956. Campus Clean Up Day and other are open to membership to those He and Mrs. Richer moved to special all-college events that oc- taking certain credit courses or Fayette earlier this month. cur during the year. This stu- IZI^ZZim! ~~ " dent organization also makes periodic recommendations to the faculty concerning student problems and needs. Social Life Committee This committee arranges and supervises many of the college's activities. It is composed of students elected from each of the four classes and the major organizations on campus. They also sponsor the annual Christmas and spring fcrmals. Kappa Eta Beta Tlie oldest social organization for women at U. I. U. KEB was founded in 1919 for the purpose c" promoting wholesome social activity. It strives to develop girls into women of high moral character and likeable personali- :fas. These musical organizations, •jnd.v lhe direction of Dr. Le- «Gr,ind Maxwell and Gary Witt- ":ch, give many performances during the school year. The groups are open not only to those WECOME STUDENTS It's A Pleasure To Have You Back HOWARD'S Radio &T-V Fayette, Iowa A FRIENDLY WELCOME- to our new students and faculty, and to those who have been on the Upper Iowa campus in previous years. We invite you to use the many services of this bank CHECKING ACCOUNTS DRAFTS AND MONEY ORDERS TELEGRAPHIC TRANSFER SERVICE TRAVELERS CHEQUES SAFE DEPOSIT BOXB INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS TRUST SERVICES State Bank Of Fayette Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Phone 4 Fayette IN STYLE . . . 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