Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 13, 1961 · Page 27
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 27

Fayette, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 13, 1961
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- 'is paid by the association. The CVliyjfr Ift^i^l J WI contingent fund takes into. ac- -" • count the money received dues. This ftmrfWi for office supplies," fee hour, etc. The fourth, fund was- originated to 1 school This fund will be dissolved ai Hie matt m'"rt'wg of Hie association. At,one time; the association had a: total of $32,000 in funds from .good investment From 1951 tot 1956, the association gave'financial assistance to U J.U. ,. The Alumni association has J purchased all the banquet dishes and silver belonging \to UJ.U. The association contributed to the purchase of the electric score board which" was bought by the Veterans' club. The ad- dressograph and graphotype . machines for the office were The Dickman Recreation Hall was built in 1955. The building was: started with $20,000 insurance • purchased by the association, money received after the burning of the old physics building. Later the Ladies Professorship Associa- A new project is being under- tion gave the University $25,000 io pay off the indebtedness of the building provided that it be nam- taken by the association: a corned in memory of Dr. and Mrs. John W. Dickman. Mrs. Dickman had been president of the LPJL fox pany in Connecticut wiQ mano- over 40 years. The Rec Hall contains two bowling lanes, a student lounge and a snack bar with tele- factors alumni chairs with* the vision facilities, a photographic dark room and student publications room. The building was exten- alumni seal on it These chairs sively remodeled last fall and is now leased and operated by Mr. and Mrs. Ott Finger. Students may m ay be obtained through the al- obtain short orders, sandwiches, coffee and soft drinks at the snack bar. umni office on campus. — — : ~—~ Roger Bowen, alumni secre- Neil Lehmkuhl, o7, Sumner, taj ^ j ^ ^ go^^g^g between vice president; Mrs. Emily ^ aiunmi and UJLU. The Swartz, '28, Fayette, recording ^jun^os ^ devised through the secretary; Mrs. Mary Kimball, hdp of j^ o j fice _ ^ office ^33 '56, Fayette, treasurer. a permane nt file, on eadi grad- Members of the present board U ate and a biographical ffle is of directors are as follows: Peter being started. The class reun- Solar, "34, Cedar Rapids; Rich- ions which take place at Homeby Karen WoeWer tion of officers takes place at ard Clark, '53, Fayette; Merlyn coming and Commencement are The Alumni association of Up- this meeting each year. A board Albough, '60 Ventura; Rupert co-ordinated through the of- per Iowa University was found- of five directors is elected for a CabaUero, 56 Arlington, Fred fice. - . ed in September of 1883. The five year term. The board is re- Breckner, "35, Cedar Rapids. ,,, purpose of the association is to sponsible for all investments and The association has held meet- Joins federal service perpetuate and deepen one's disbursements of the association ings in West Union, Mason Crty, A iggj gra^te of Upper Iowa sense of loyalty to the college and also for publishing the al- Dubuque, Minneapolis, 1-mcag ,0, Umversity ^ aecepte d empfcy- and to maintain a professorship at umni magazine. The Alumni C ^ or ^ ^ew Yor^ and otter ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^^ UIU Register is a publicatkm. which places. The association also holds Revenue - - 'Any student who has attend- ^ts each graduate by year of an annual coffee hour, m Chi- ed UIU fo7one semester with graduation giving also a bio- cage. Se^ui? number" ofSSf hcS. graphical sketch of the individ- One of the four funds main- i^hVible for mernbe^Wo in the uaL The Alumnus is a publica- tained by the alumni association a^op^tion Anv DeVson who tion containing, the latest devel- }s the permanent fund which in- ^rece^d an honorarj degree opments taking place at U.I.U. c ] u des all endowment funds. The fmm riU h f ako^elurible Thl A section is also reserved for the professorship fund js formed from L.I.U. is a Jo "•^J^ The ^^ ^ a]umni from ^ ^^ Qf the perm- dues are $2.00 per ^ ^.^ ^ ^ ^_ ^^ fu ^ wilson GlU dean o f sociaticn are as follows: Stuart men, is the alumni professor of '53. Waterloo, president; history, and part majored: m, tiow- wnBe-S has 1 been a.. tion' of Revenue Agent,, GS-5. Aftw six'inonih* o* prehensive traminfe he » ready for promoti^ GS-T, acoordn& to «* Tigss^ district reertnlnient dinator, Chicago: < :**>-; < IT PATS fO WITH LEADER Alumni Association Was founded in 1883 it ed today by the U. S. Treasury department He is Raymond L. Vmsik, UPPER Step In At The Oldest Estdb&hed BARBER SH0F membership dues are $2.00 per year. The annual alummi meeting is at -Homecoming. The elec- Sears, held of his salary Putt - Nik Park y 2 Mile North Of Odwein On Highway 150 WELCOME STUDENTS AND FACULTY You Are Invited To Try Your Skill At MINIATURE GOLF. Ours Is One Of The Most Outstanding And Challenging Courses In Northeast Iowa. BRING YOUR DATE AND SPEND THE EVENING We Abo Feature Deikaow MEALS — SHORT ORDERS Spaghetti and Meat Balls Steaks Sea Food and Chicken EVERY SATURDAY IS KIDS' DAY At PUTT-NIK PARK AT OELWEIN Open The Year Around Welcome U. L U. Students For The Bert In Transportation Needs See WILBUR FORD SALES Who SeH And Service : •• FORK COMETS AND FALCONS A Large Selection Of CARSOJ^AL^tfife; f-.' 1 iJ OUR PRICES And We WEST

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