Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 13, 1962 · Page 16
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 16

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, September 13, 1962
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*?*.. I 24 ITwretay. CoHege Edition *¥» Phi Q""* 1 September U, 1KI The purpose of APO is to assemble college men in tne fellowship of'tiie Scout* Oath and Dr He&- aitd of Eli-' .siTtii.L.Li isk_ 88 WattUim nlr* ( 3 public schools in and re- tbeir son are Law, to develop friendship, and fcefr borne atT3M Washing- ^ promo te service to humanity. Membership is open to all former Boy Scouts or members of any Scouting organization. The group provides services to the campus and to the community in many E. degree 'from "*t~ ! f ** * T " J-^acur&l Us M. A. degree fftam George *P«abody coBege in —-r , | ftuim A unfn J * M^B^£M!. *~ —Tf ••• n «rn .post graduate -wonc'Tit Kansas State Teachers ^college. in the south ^Pacific. Mrs. Ration , graduated from Monette, Arkansas, high school in 1947 and received her B. S. E. ' from Attansas-State caOege (conHau«d from page $) are invited to participate ways- in its preparation. Campus Win* This group was organized in 1956. It consists of wives of students and its .chief purpose is social fellowship. They partici- I ,j>alje in jnany of the campus ac- I "fivities, and function as a service • organization when called upon to assist in other campus projects. Collagian -JChe Gollegian is Opper Iowa's weekly student publication. The "Collegian has been serving the students by publishing coming events for the student's general information, reviewing those events already presented, and serving as an official outlet for l$£- T Cs>uliticatk3ti of announcements from the 'administration. Feature articles,'personal col- limns and advertising columns, •Hie ^student "an* opportuniry to **rpress> his ^oUttiaBstic ambi- -lions. "The staff is oBmposed of the reporting class, plus volunteers from tiie student "body. Ch*erle'adar« This enthusiastic group are directly instrumental in stimulating the Upper Iowa University athletes to do an even better job, and to amuse school spirit among the student body. They accompany the team to all athletic con- Education Association GOOD FOOD IN WEST UNION NINE MILES NORTH WELCOME UPPER IOWA AND FACULTY RESTAURANT All The Time Since Nineteen Nine West Union, Iowa Theatre tickets Are on sale at Reduced prices Composed of those students who are planning to become teachers, this group is organized to learn about the teaching profession. Its object is to develop better qualified and better informed teachers. Faculty Dames This is an organization composed of wives of the faculty who are automatically members of the club. The group meets once a month. Primarily a social group, they do, however, take part in many campus activities. French Club This club has as its purpose the enrichment of the study of the French language. Membership consists of those enrolled in the French classes on campus. Executive Club The Executive Club gives the students an opportunity to prepare for leadership in the business world. Programs include discussion panels and speakers from leading business firms. Membership is open to sophomore students with a 2.0 average who are majoring or minoring in business administration. Social and Political Issues Club This club is a new organization composed of those interested in (continued on page 27) Realizing the need for recreation for U. L U. students, the University administration took action three years ago to have the Fayette theatre re-opened. The plan worked out with theatre officials proved successful, and the program will be offered again this year. With the advent of other types of entertainment, theaters in small towns have found it increasingly difficult to remain open and make a profit Taking note of this the University administration made arrangements to purchase a block of tickets from the theatre each week to assure the theater manage- .ment a certain number of ticket sales. The University, in turn, sells the tickets to students and faculty members at a reduced rate. This, of course, is an expense to the University, but it helps to create a recreation spot for students, and helps to mainti&i a theater in the college community. All students and members of the faculty are eligible to purchase .the tickets at the reduced rate. Tomato Walter Remley of Plainfield recently produced from his garden a tomato that weighed two pounds and was 18 inches around. SELL YOUR DONT WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ASS AFRIENDLYWELCOME- to our new students and faculty, and to those who have been on the Upper Iowa campus in previous years. 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