Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 13, 1962 · Page 10
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September 13, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 10

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Religious faiths well represented For students on Upper lowo campus 6 College Edition Thursday, September 13, 1962 Fayette LEADER Fayette, Iowa. ā€” ^ Upper Iowa university was originally founded - as the Fayette Seminary of the Upper Iowa Conference, affiliated with and supported by the Methodist church. This relationship was dissolved in 1928, however, and the University became an independent, interdenominational institution. A strong emphasis on religion still remains cn the. campus, however. Dr. Eugene E. Garbee. president, and the faculty members encourage all students to attend the church of their choice in Fayette or the surrounding community. The area churches, likewise extend invitations to all students to take part in their activities. In Fayette students will find five churches: First Methodist, Wesieyan Methodist, Grace Lutheran, St. Francis Catholic, and the Church of the Later day Saints. The Rev. Jerry Wolcott is pastor of the First Methodist church, located across the street north of the Co'grove-Walker building. Leading the Wesieyan Methodist church is the Rev. Richard Jamieson. This church is located two blocks west of the bank corner. ā€¢ The Rev. Norman Betke is pastor of the Grace Lutheran church, which is one block west of the bank corner. St. Francis Catholic church is located one block east of the university Clearners. with the rectory two blocks west of the Cleaners. The Rev. Lowell Shekleton is pastor. The Church of Jesus Christ of Later day Saints presently hold their worship services in the Upper Iowa university music hall. They have, however purchased a tract of land in northwest Fayette and are planning to erect a church home in the future. Students of this faith may contact Dr. LeGrand Maxwell of the U. I. U. faculty for information. The United Presbyterian church is located in Maynard. just south of Fayette. Churches of other faiths may be found in West Union, Sumner and Oelwein. all within easy driving distance of the campus. ington was honored for the guest coming the farthest distance, 1,751 miles. The oldest continous resident of Crawford county was George Slater, 91 years of age. I " - Miss Harriet A. ' Ranney, B.A., M.A., professor Emeritus of education, joined the University in 1936. Retired in 1955. Now conducts courses in speed reading. Or. W. LeGrand Makwell, B.S., M.S., EdD, McCosh professor of music, head of Griffith school of music, joined the University in 1956. Grandchildren . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Quandt of Charter Oak have 50 living grandchildren- Andre J. Nadeau, B.S., M.A., professor of physical education, director of physical education, head wrestling and assistant baseball coach, joined the University in'1960. Currently on leave of absence. Wendell G. Bradley, B.S., N.S., as- Charles E. Nairn, B.A., M.A., B. sistant professor of physics, acting D " head librarian, joined the Uni- Viead oi physics depanment, joined versi,v in 1 ^ *he University in 1960, Upper Iowa Picnic University graduate, class.of 1958. Rpimer G]w Jā„¢ ' f Denjson was honored recently for being the oldest settler present at the 70th Annual Old Settlers picnic in Crawford county. I!e was 97 last Jan- urary. Ed Ebert of Yakima. Wash- Miss Ivadell Brause, A.B., A.M., librarian, joined the University in 1936, Upper Iowa University graduate, class of 1920. Mark's Bootery Of West Union WELCOMES FACULTY AND STUDENTS Of UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY With a full year under our belt, we are now in a better position to Help you select your new shoes. Brand names such as RAND SHOES for men, TRIM TREDS for women, & POLL PARROTTS for children are the watchword for shoes in our store. Come In And See These WONDERFUL SHOES For Everyone In The Family "Proper Pitting Is Our Business" SHOP AT MARK'S BOOTERY West Union, Iowa Paul C Pickett, B.A., M.A., associate professor of education, acting chairman of Division 4, joined the University in 19M. WELCOME STUDENTS AND FACULTY WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL " Sporting Goods Needs F Basketball and Football Supplies Hunting and Fishing Supplies We Give Regular School Discounts On Regular Sporting Goods Equipment Hap -N- Ken's SPORTING GOODS Northeast Iowa's Most Complete 25 East Charles ā€” Oelwein, Iowa Welcome Back U .I. L- Students And Faculty We Invite You To Stop In At , Our Store Anytime. Our Courteous Clerks Will Be Pleased To Serve You Dessel's Hi-Way Store FURNITURE AND ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Telephone 91 West Union, Iowa

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