Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 13, 1962 · Page 4
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, September 13, 1962
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eir leader- and citizenship they ^demonstrated the ideals for -which 4J»e Umversily strives. Dr.' Garbee was ejected presi- * dentof-Upper Iowa in 1952. From the^time of his inauguration he took -the "reins of leadership and began to mold a new Mure for the institution. Always at liis side sharing , in his work and in -the worries of administering a growing college is Mildred Garbee, Upper Iowa's first lady. Dr. Garbee was bora in Billings, Missouri, :aa May 29, 1907, and graduated from the Billings schools in 1926. Re received bis B.S. degree from South West Missouri college in Springfield in 1931. In 1933 he was awarded his M. A. degree - from George Peabody College, in Nashville, .Tennessee. as & 'teacher and . , , ,... Missouri high" schools for ^bee,fears prior to 1S32 and also tusiness collate Univer- r*ef»Bii@^mg a sbident M- Jlege. -Ftmn 1933 at tlADDalacnian • college Vin^Baone.. . During Uptime he _ I/-eraduaie'iliwrk at •fflT^—,-ZT" ^a_i~S? *,-. lEsg^™ • 5ftw ya^^igKsa^rfreoeiv.ed ,,*degree. In 3948 Dr. Garfiee' Tjecame aa in- ,.3Hffli*of'New"Yprk" UiaveiSily. The Garhee's moved fif Iowa in 1949 -where be served es associate professor of health and physical education at Drake university in Des Moines. In 19S1 be took a leave ;of absence io't^ome schools di- pector-for Iowa for the United Sav- •^.--jnfiE JSouQ i?iv^^lo!ni- * * ^ ,.TMr5. 'Garbee is especially interested in youth programs and served as executive director of the .Savanna,. Georgia, girl scouts for two years. Sje is a native lowan from Traer and is a -graduate of • Iowa State Teachers College in Cedar Falls. .She formerly .taught arts • and crafts in the Des Moines educational program. She has also served as 'head craft counselor in various agencies, -and summer . camps for both boys and girls. f- President Garbee, has been active in boy 1 scoots for many years. He ' is also'the author of several maga- 1 zine articles on education and is a . frequent speaker throughout the ^ area.;; The president makes nunier- . ous •appearaaces on state .radio,and telernskin programs;" andSis listed in -Who's Who in Ameriqntt>Educa- tfon. fa ail his activities he has; won the admiration anfl respect of those WEiCOME y STUDENTS and FACOUTY FEEL FREE to come into . oar store and browse around at your convenience . We Will Be Happy To Serve Your Needs. Gamble's Oelweia, Iowa bfUJ.U. assets .with whom he has worked through leadership and friendliness. To relax from the" heavy burdens of the University, the president and his wife are active in hobbies and crafts. They have made much of their own furniture and weave their own doth for suits, ties and dress material. They enjoy oil painting, cooking, leathercraft, stamp collecting, coin collecting, and the raising of fancy pigeons. Dr. Garbee is also noted for his telling of North Carolina folk tales. Dr. Garbee has become prominent in the midwest for his annual TOd Game dinner which he holds each falL The dinner which Dr. Garbee prepares himself feature 1 many varieties of animals, birds, and fish which are frequently shipped into Fayette from many different parts of the world Upper Iowa University prides itself on haying the friendliest president of an; college in the area. His office door is always open and students are invited to drop in at any time to discuss a personal problem or just to talk. 30 , ~ : College Edition Thursday, September 13, 1962 Fayette LEADER Fayette, Jowa join the U.LU. faculty as an assistant professor of languages. He received; his B.A. degree from the University of South Dakota in 1913 and his masters degree from the University of Missouri in 1919. He has also tad broad experience in tutoring and graduate work in scientific German, particularly in technical translations. During World War n Force served with the U. S. Army in the Asiatic - Pacific theatre, and during the Korean conflict served as supervising chemist in the manufacture of tracer and incendiary ammunition. He is the author of a glossary of technical terms prepared for the office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for research and engineering. Mr. and Mrs. Force "have five children, and are. making their home in Fayette. Miss Luce attended the Fayette public schools and received her bachelor of arts degree from Upper Iowa in 1922. She was awarded a master of arts degree from the State University of Iowa in 1939 and has taken advance work at S.U.L and the University of Wisconsin. The convocation speaker spent 15 ye^^-s as a high school principal in Iowa and served four years as elementary supervisor in the Oskaloosa school system before taking her present position in 1944. During the summers of 194Q to 1953 and again in 1955 Miss Luce, taught at Upper Iowa in the education department. Her subject for the convocation address will be "Who Am I?" Outlook club meets The first meeting of the new year of the Outlook club was held on Tuesday, Sept 4, with a picnic supper at the home of Mrs. Alice Billings, with Frances Heth as co-hostess. Mrs. Billings reviewed the history of the club since it was organized in Sept. 1926. She read a list of' every member, with the present address of those who have moved away, the names of all the presidaits, brides, babies and those deceased. The club scrap book was presented with every yearly program, pictures, certificates and interesting clippings. Force joins UJLU." Language department Murray S. Force of PnUadelpbia, became a. member of tfie Upper .Iowa tmivepaty faculty' recently. Former resident To be speaker Miss Edna Luce, director of f guidance in the Oskaloosa senior high school, will be the speaker for the annual Homecoming Convocation to be held at 10:30 a. m., Sunday, Oct 7, at Upper Iowa university. The convocation to which' the general public as well as alumni and student body is invited, will be held in the Colgrove - Walker memorial building. Graver J. Douglas, PhB, M.S., associate professor of language and literature, joined the University in 1955. David Pipperl, B.A., M.S., assistant professor of chemistry, joined the University in 1961. Force, who has been serving as research coordinator for the In- 5?"^ Ma J[9a ret F - f !'^ xw ^' B ;^' stitute . for Cooperative Research. University of Pennsylvania, will Lucy's Garden of Eat'en WELCOMES YOU BACK We're Serving The Same Fine Food Why don't you fellas bring your best girl in for supper sometime? MEAL TICKETS $5.00 Value For $4.59 Welcome Students & Faculty Whenever Your Car Is In Need Of 7 R^air — BE SURE TO BRING IT TO US! We offer fast and dependable Service On All Makes And Models Of Cars. Zabriskie Garage George Zabriskie, Proprietor Fayette, Iowa WELCOME STUDENTS AND FACULTY We're Happy To Have You Back At UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY We invite you to visit our dairy lunch bar on highway 150 West of West Union. We also offer HOME DELIVERY of dairy products in the Fayette area. For Fast, Courteous Service, Call Humphry Dairy Phone 78 West Union

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