Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 13, 1961 · Page 25
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September 13, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 25

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* *- V * erence, a personal T»iatjomiihip in addition to the above < with Jesus Christ; to neh> each izations on campus student develop aL Christianpnfl< DemocnSf*^-^"'-^ osophy of life, Christian leader-.' cansmbo ship and-Christian social activity, ioc^^r *^ in • • - " Methodist Student Purpblifr of the v 6i_ similar to the. (Roger Fellowship, but is desL_ „ marfly for those t£ tte Methodist ff faith. Its basic aim is to provide "~" students with a fuller, more m meaningful Christian life on campus. Membership is open to all ander EGatt. >"&£. Madrigal Singen, Chorus. University: Bandt^.Lutheran Student Group ^^ ^,^0^ Similar to the above two der the direction ofj OnroFihe most popular past times with "Upper Iowa Alumni groups all over the country are the annual coffee hours which axe held under the direction of Roger Bowen, Alumni Executive Secretary. Pictures above is a group of alumni who gathered in Iowa City last month. Similar coffee hours are held each year in Chicago, Dubuque and Minneapolis. Other such gel-to-gethers are held periodically throughout the United States whenever president Garbee or other lop administrators have a scheduled appearance. ^^ gave lectures and laboratory instruction at ~' «•*-«.College.. OilMlirtl tv fcucr cuk*^v*; »w»w . - -— ^ ...I^-Ii - t groups, membership in the LSG Maxwell and Gary WaUfeh .„, is open to all, but is designed for many performafaces durmg^tne : those of Lutheran faith It hopes school year_ The ^rpUps,aiB;open. to further Christian understand- not only to those peopletatong ing and education, making bet- the regular, music a *— *-* ter Christians and a better world, to aU students who '•• -. ' ed and can qualify. BusUIflSC EOUCSfiOtt ' twPOQ^^' • • /Facolrr This club was founded in 1959 -' This is an organization are automat business education, sociai classification. Members must be recommended 'by the business • French Chd> to learn about-the teaching profession. Its object is to develop better qualified and better informed teachers. Sigma Nu Sigma A social sorority, this group Yearbook for upper Iowa University. It ^ prepare^ and edited by volunteer members of the student body who write the copy and take the pictures with a minimum of fac- supervision. All students A former electronics scientist with the U. S. Navy electronics laboratory in ,San Diego, Calif., has accepted the position as assistant professor of physics and mathematics at Upper Iowa this fall. He is Richard D. Adams of Sunneyvale, Calif. Adams received his bachelor of science degree from the University of Dubuque in 1952 and his masters degree frcm South Dakota State College in 1957. He has completed additional study at the University of Colorado and the University of California. While with the Navy, Adams co-authored a classified technical memorandum on underwater sound propagation and is the author of two equipment handbooks en experimental underwater sound systems. Adams is married and has two sons. Before affiliating with Upper Iowa, he was employed senior reliability engineer with the Lockheed Missile Space Division at Sunneyvale where ne was responsible for a multi-million dollar semi-conductor device evolution program for instruments used in missile and space environments. The new faculty member also has served as a scientist with the Navy Radiological Defense Laboratories in San Francisco and ITEUOME STUDENTS We Invite You To Make This * Your Recreation Center "InTiLiNS SPORT SHOP Fayette, Iowa ility of character, and social graces through sisterly interest in fellow members. Any girl of if she is ment of the college, is _„ by present members, and takes the pledge of membership. Science Club This organization is designed to further the student's interest in science. Open to upper classmen showing above average ability and interest in science and recommended by a professor in the sciences. Roger Williams Fellowship Founded in 1958, this club is open to all students who wish to participate in the program of fellowship. It is designed to foster in any student on campus, particularly those of Baptist pref- &**«* dasses °* . Executive dub . The Executive Clubjpves the students an opportunity » prepare for leadership m ness world. ^e to sopton^ a»- LUIGTS DRIVE-IN Exclusive FINGER UCKHT GOOD BROASTED CHICKEN scientific broasler cooks chicken in 6 New FOR YOUR PARTY OR GET-TOGETHER CALL FOR A 'TUB OF CHICKEN" 14 Chicken Dinner — 89c 1/2 Chicken Dinner — $125 Phone 2353 Oelwwn. Iowa Another Ys^ And More Knowledges We're Happy To See The College Student. And Faculty Members Back At Upper Iowa, And We WfflTBe More Hian Happy To Be Of Service To Them. May We Issue A SPECIAL INVITATION To AH Of The New Students To Stop In And Get Acquainted. .And Also A SPECIAL INVITATION To The Returning Students To Come In AnifVkit, And Renew Old Acquaintenances. MAKE THIS YOUR HEADQUARTERS IN SUMNER McAloon Dry Goods SUMNER, IOWA . . Doc's Barber Shop or leave order* and Thur*.

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