Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 13, 1962 · Page 8
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 8

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, September 13, 1962
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£V* i ' •><" «U 14 extension courses to Be offered on campus P ! > Griffith school of music Teaches and entertains • The, quality of 3s productions aod. .the flf*ynpifehnv»ts of in- has made the School of Music at Upper Iowa known through northeast Iowa: f D^ I^Grand MaxwdV HcCosh __.._• _____ ^« , . . . f . i nii^iiiiiir nr 4tiA professor ot iiBLsir, supervises me school and teadies many -of the individual piano and vocal students, as wefl as instructing courses -in music. Also in the department is Gary Wittoch, ; assistant professor, of music, and Clere Scott, instructor in musk.; Scott also conducts the University band and instrumental music in addition to teaching music courses. Entertainment provided by the school during the year includes senior recitals, band and choral concerts, a Bach jrantata at Com- nyncpment, the Mefeaab at Christ-. Polish refugee to Be resident matron A former Polish refugee has .been employed as resident matron for'the girls' dormitory at Upper Iowa University. . She is Mrs., Leokadia.J. .Wojnar. (Pronounced Woe-ner), who will ng^iimo her duties in Zinita B. Graf ball for women when school opens September 13. Mrs. Wojnar was born in Wilno, Poland, where she graduated from the Gymnasium (high school) in and numerous 'appearances ' of the Lafayette madrigal singers. • The department also cooperates frequehtiy with the drama- department in the staging -of musical productions on caiopus. Case of the missing Screwdriver solved ? -MATOARD — Mayor Earl Foss r, has me screwdriver be lost .47 , -ago. It was back in 1915, : be enlisted in World ; be was assisting an ! houses for etec- ; me budding on ^4bemg razed, be- I the screwdriver t recently on the •told the men t tool.-it was found a od condition, ' cust, and returned 1925. She also had two years of university training in Poland. After World War n, when Russia occupied Poland, she fled to Germany, where she worked for the English Military Corps, teaching in the schools for Polish refugees. She also served as organist and choirmaster for the group. Mrs. Wojnar later served with Polish refugee groups in England. Canada and Argentina, and for the past two years has been a bouse mother for the Jewish Children's Bureau in Chicago. SELL TOUB DON"! WAHTS WITH LEADER WAHT ADS WELCOME To The STlfMNTS 1ND FAOJITY Of UPPER IOWA hwre a complete line of meats and service .available to you. And ». -f - • ~- iriy happy to be of serv- LOCKER Maynard, {owa 28 College Edition Thursday, September 13, 19(2 Fayette LEADER Fayette, Iowa Fourteen extension courses will be offered on campus by Upper Iowa university, Fayette, this fall according to an announcement made by Dr. Harry E. Raplus, director of extension. Classes will be held in the Colgrove-Walker Memorial building each Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday as follows: Monday - Fundamentals of Design, English 102, Educational Psychology, Teaching Reading, Philosophy, and Education of the Slow Learner. Tuesday - American Literature, Civilization of Man, Literary Masterpieces, Corrective Speech, and Principles of Sociology. Thursday - First Aid. Saturday - English Literature, History of Education. The Saturday classes will be held from 8:00 to 11:00 a. m. All other classes will meet from 7:00 to 10:00 p. m. Three hours of college credit frill be granted for completion of each course except Fundamentals of Design, four hours; and First Aid, one hour. Persons interested in enrolling .in one or more of the on-campus extension courses should attend class meetings the first week. The first class was scheduled for 7 p. m. Monday, Sept 10. Mrs. Mary E. Kimball, B.S., assistant bursar, joined the University in 1956, Upper Iowa graduate, class of 1956. Mrs. Gussfo Crafton, B.S., manager of the college bookstore, joined the University in 1959, Upper Iowa graduate, class of 1959. Charles W. Jones, A.B., N.S., acting heed of chemistry department, associate professor of chemistry, joined the University in 19S9. Welcome Back STUDENTS And FACULTY MEMBERS Of UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY Huebner Motors Sumner, Iowa WELCOME TO THE Students & Faculty OF Upper Iowa University WE WILL BE HAPPY TO SHIYE YOU AT THE Coffee Nook Monday thru Saturday — 6:00 A. M. to 10:00 P. M. Sunday — 8:00 A. M. to 7:30 P. M. DOROTHEA STEVENS, Prop. Phone 8 Fayette

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