Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 13, 1962 · Page 14
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 14

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, September 13, 1962
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College education is 24-hour-a-day venture It is my pleasure to welcome the students who are returning to our campus and the new students who are here for the first time. Upper Iowa University is here to serve you. Our primary purpose is to help you to get an education. make it We are glad that you are here. We hope you much success. HERSCHEL HENDRIX Dean of the University Contrary to the belief of many, this is not accomplished in the classroom, alone. College is an experience that envelopes and permeates the successful student twenty four hours each day, seven days each week, for as long as be attends school. Those who fail to grasp this way of life eventually fall by the wayside. College is different from high school - else there would be little \ point in going to college. In elementary and-high school you were "taught". In college you are provided with an opportunity to learn. More to the point - you are now adults. You have adult bodies, you have maturing minds and opinions, you are developing adult tastes, likes and dislikes, you want your seat of freedom in a democratic society. These things are yours, but you must accept responsibility for them. One does not receive an "education" by remaining in school for a specified period of time and talcing a specified number of courses. This is merely the mwhaniral arrangement whereby the college may keep "score" while the student moves through a pattern of pre-determined stimuli designed to arouse his curiosity, define and intensify his interests, creat an awareness of his environment, and to make him acutely aware of himself in relation to others. These things each individual must acquire for himself. No one can "give" them to him. The rapidity with which you are able to assimilate this new phase of your life, will to a great extent, indicate your ability to benefit from a college education. Fayette is a small town - much smaller than that to which many of you are accustomed. You find everything you need in the stores in Fayette. Visit with the local merchants. You will find that they are helpful and considerate. Please do not embarrass them by askng for credit The University has asked them to operate on a cash basis with college students. There are several churches in Fayette. Get acquainted with the ministers and with the people who attend the church of your choice. You are encouraged to continue your habits of worship while you are away from home. Your best friends may be among the local law enforcement officials. You will find that they are anxious to be of service to you. You will find, also, that they will not tolerate the chronic law breaker. The University concurs in this respect All in all, college is what you Goedeken joins faculty Dr. Adolph Ernest Goedeken, formerly of Parsons college, will join the faculty at Upper Iowa university, Fayette, - this fall. Dr. Goedeken will serve as an associate professor of education at U. L U., Dr. Hendrix stated. The new faculty member received his B. A. degree from Hebron, Nebraska, Junior college in 1936, and his M.A. degree from the University of Nebraska in 1938. He also received the PhD degree in school administration from the University of Nebraska in 1958. 8 College Edition Thursday, September 13, 1962 Fayette LEADER Fayette, Iowa Oklahoma, and North Carolina. During World War II he served as a specialist instructor and supervisor in the Naval Aviation Shop at Norman, Oklahoma. He recently completed a revision of the book "Handbook for School Custodians" by Brainard and Goedeken. In addition to his educational accomplishments, Dr. Goedeken is active in Lutheran church activities and youth groups and has traveled extensively in the United States and Europe. Dr. Goedeken is married and has one son. They are making their home at 513 Mechanic in Fayette. In department of Education, economics Among the new faculty members < at Upper Iowa University, Fayette,' this fall will be Dr. Roy A. Lieurance of Rose Hill, Iowa. Dr. Lieurance will serve as professor of education, with additional duties in the field of economics. DR. ADOLPH GOEDEKEN Dr. Goedeken joined the Parsons faculty in 1959, after extensive teaching experience in Nebraska, DR. ROY A. LIEURANCE WELCOME HOME STUDENTS AND FACULTY i Well be happy to see all of our old customers .. . and will be looking forward to meeting and serving many new ones. Stop in anytime And Get Acquainted HARRY'S CITIES SERVICE We Give Service Instead of Stamps Welcome Students See Us For • Campus Sportswear • Euro Shirts • Hyde Park and Capps Clothes • Wembley Ties • Slacks by Haggar • Pioneer Belts & Jewelry If It's Good Enough To Sell — It's Good Enough To Take Back Sam's Clothing Oelwein, Iowa Dr. Lieurance is a 1921 graduate of the Perm College Academy and received his bachelor of arts degree from the former Iowa State Teachers College in 193L He was awarded the masler of science degree from Mississippi State College in 1949, and the doctor of education degree from the University of Alabama in 1955. The new faculty member taught for over 13 years in the public schools, beginning as a rural teacher in Mahaska county. He subsequently has served as school superintendent, Air Force cadet instructor, and as a faculty member at Mississippi State College for Women, Mississippi State, University of Mississippi and the University of Alabama. Dr. Lieurance served in the Army Air Corps for three years during World War n, and is still active in the Air Force Reserve. He has authored several magazine articles on education. His hobbies include home and automobile repair, reading, moving picture projection. Dr. and Mrs. Lieurance will make their home in Fayette at 608 W. Water street beginning in September. Mrs. Addie E. Austin, B.S., M.A., associate professor of elementary education, director of student teaching, director of gifted children program, joined the University in 1955. Currently on leave of absence. SELL YOUB DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS WELCOME STUDENTS AND FACULTY MAKE OUR STORE YOUR HEADQUARTERS » SCHOOL SUPPLIES • GREETING CARDS • DRUG SUNDRIES • Beauty AIDS • COSMETICS • HOUSEWARES • TOYS BULK AND BOXED CANDIES VARIETY LEWIS GIFTS WE GIVE GOLD BOND STAMPS H»iil»«tMM «Jl ^9 "^V ^tvv -wftoov 8 -CYCLE DRYER offat fy,, enough 1 J ELECTRIC \ Model UD-70-75 ^ No guessing . . . Moisture-Minder* shuts dryer off automatically at "dry enough". 8 cycles to suit every fabric ... just set it and forget it. Even has separate cycles for air-fluffing and damp-drying. Built-in ultra-violet lamp and topside lint screen. •Tmk. TOM'S APPLIANCE SUMNER, IOWA

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