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" Tuition plan" helps To obtain education Birthday club Friday The September Birthday club wfil meet Friday, Sept 14, at the home of Mrs. Stella Lund. All women- birthdays are There wfll be a I p. Upper Iowa university wfll continue to participate in the Tuition Plan for the coming year, it was stated today by Dr. Eugene E. Garbee, president. The Tuition Plan, Inc. of New York City offers a monthly payment service permitting coverage of tuition and other charges out of regular income, in order to meet the growing problem of college costs and their payments. Garbee explained According to Victor C. Crafton, bursar, use of the deferred monthly payment plan enables parents and students to plan the handling of college costs on a one, two, three or even four-year plan. "Tuition Plan will finance not only the tuition but all fees listed in the catalog, such as room, board, laboratory fees, music, uniforms, and other additional expenses incurred in college," Crafton said. In addition to allowing payment of college costs on a monthly basis, the longer term plans include life insurance which will provide for payment of all the renaming contract in the event of the death of the parent who signed the contract Under a one-year plan, payments are made in eight .equal monthhr amounts; under the two-year plan there are 20 payments; for three years, 30 payments; and for the four-year course, 40. Tuition Plan is presently in'use by over 600 schools and colleges throughput the United States. In- formation on the serivce at Upper Iowa can be obtained from the business, office. Gary Wrttlich, B.M., M.M., assistant professor of music, joined the University in 1959. George H. Neal, Jr., B.S.. M.A., associate professor of busbies* administration, joined the University in 1955. Ketth L sociate professor - of .the University Miss Racfael VanChv*, JLR, KA.*, 9 _ f ^ _T*_ ** _«• mf ac ^t- -*B ^•j- Dr. Charles B. Clark. B.A.. A.M., PhD, Maltbie professor of government, joined the University in 19M. Mrs. MarceTTa M. Esters, B.«_ assistant dean of women, director or drama ana reffgfoos activities, instructor In speech and drama, . joined the University in 1958. Upper Iowa IMversBy graduate, class •f 195*. say: to Edward- G. Bradley, assistant professor of speech English, jobwd flw University in 195t. Victor C Crafton, B.S., Bursar, joined the University In 1951 Grancknothen to meet The Grandmothers club will meet Thursday afternoon. Sept 13, with Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen. Each member i» to bring darning needle and thimble. It's Good To See You Back Students & Facutly Be Sure To Stop In Soon And Renew Old Acquaintence*. AND NEW STUDENTS- We Are Looking Forward To Meeting You — And Will Be More Than Happy To Be Of Service To You. YOUR LENNOX, MAYTAG, AND YOUNGSTOWN DEALERS HARPER PLUMBING & HEATING Phone 77 — Fayette GOODTOSEETOUBAd- STUDENTS AND FAOJLTY Of '1 UPPER 10 WA UNIVERSITY We Invite You To Vint Our Store For All of Your Hardware Needs Hamilton Hardware Maynard, Iowa I Welcome Back STUDENTS AND FACULTY Make Our Station Your Car Service Headquarters HEINEMANTEXACOSERV Phone 35 — Fayette - We Give Gold Bond Stamp* v_»-« - *•«. i,*. ' "& Jta&ftatiu •*,, •'S'-a'JB. f»f )fWi6<molS In fivrag jeofor! For a colbr portraji truly abows the waimth and frieadHneas yQnreyes...tfaei whispers your j cm. (J ' your.