Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 13, 1962 · Page 18
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 18

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, September 13, 1962
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If History, political science Sociology and economics Division m at Upper Iowa university is devoted to the social sciences and business administration. The social sciences included in this division are history, political science, sociology and economics. It is the aim of the courses in history to give an understanding of the present and of the probable future. To that end there are courses in the main periods of his tor}'- The department is especial ly strong in the various fields relating to the growth of American civilization. Special emphasis is now being placed upon a stud}' of Russia, but other regions, such as England, Latin America and the Par East, are not neglected The courses in political science are designed to aid the student in . -understanding the various ideologies and organizations of government One result, of course, is a deeper appreciation of the privileges and responsibilities of American citizenship. The principal purpose of the work offered in sociology is to bring about a greater understanding of the forces that are shaping present day life. To that end a study is made of the background of human relationships. As in the other courses given in the division, foundations are laid for vocatonal interests, including teaching. The courses in economics and business administration are designed to aid the student in understanding the economic aspects of life. Special attention is given to those who are preparing for an active business career as well as those interested in teaching and in advanced work in graduate study. The names of a few of the courses will indicate the broad scope of the work of this department: Pricipl- es of Accounting; Personnel Administration; Business Teaching Methods; Public Finance; Salesmanship; and Labor Economics. Division m, then, is primarily devoted to a study of man's relationship, past and present, to man. In this day of tensions such a study is believed to be of paramount importance of man and his .civilization are to survive. Century old Bell still is Serving U.I.U. The college bell, which rings to mark the change of classes each day, is also used to herald University victories and to announce great events in Upper Iowa's history. It was purchased for $452 and installed in Alexander hall over 100 years ago-October, 1857. Since that time the same bell has called the students to classes, rung out WELCOME STUDENTS It's A Pleasure To Have You Back WAGNER'S Radio &T-V 112 S. Main Phone 265 Fayette, Iowa 10 College Edition Thursday, September 13, 1962 Fayette LEADER Fayette, Iowa degree from the Memphis Academy of Arts' in 1957. He was awarded the M. F. A. degree in 1959 from the University of Mississippi. An amateur archaeologist and musician. Manning was graduated from the U. S. Naval School of Music, Washington, D. C, in 1949 and played with the orchestras attached to the Commander-in- DR. LA VERNE BOWERSOX the good news of victory for all to hear, and has marked the departure of Upper Iowa students who have marched off the campus in five wars. The bell has played an important role in the lives of the townspeople of Fayette, as well as U. L U. students. Its mellow tones awaken memories in the heart of every alumnus. Pranksters have, from time to time, swiped the clapper -but with a new one in place the bell has continued in its faithful tolling, marking the hours through the passing decades. Until January, 1960. the bell was rung manually by a student hired for the purpose. A long pull rope, protected by a wooden covering, still hangs suspended in the hallway of Alexander hall. The bell is now operated electrically through a set of controls in the registrar's office. PHIL E. MANNING Chief, Atlantic Fleet and Supreme Allied Command, Staff War college. Mr. and Mrs. Manning and their one child will make their home at 309 West Madison in Fayette. Roger Bowen named Upper Iowa registrar Roger Bowen has been named as ' the new registrar for Upper Iowa University. Phil Manning joins U. I. U. art department Phil Edwin Manning of Memphis, Tennessee, has accepted a position on the faculty at Upper Iowa Un- eversity, Fayette, as assistant professor of art, it was announced today. A former technical illustrator for the graphic arts section of Natech- tracen. Naval Air Station. Memphis, Manning has taught at Concord college, Athens, West Virginia, for the past three years. The new faculty member attended Memphis State university and received his bachelor of fine arts ROGER BOWEN Congratulations To Upper Iowa University On It's Progress The Past Few Years And On It's Outstanding Building Program And A Welcome Back To The Students and Faculty of UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY. We're Happy To Have You Back In Northeast Iowa, And Hope You Will Enjoy Your Stay. BERGMAN CONCRETE PRODUCTS SUMNER, IOWA Bowen, who has been assistant registrar for the past year, succeeds Wilson C. Gill in the registrar's position. Gill, who has been affilliated with U. I. U. since 1947, will continue with the University as alumni professor of history and as dean of men. A 1955 graduate of Upper Iowa, Bowen received his bachelor of science degree in business administration and history. From 1956 until 1961 he served the University as alumni executive secretary. at Paullina and Marcus, Iowa and received his bachelor of arts degree from Morningside college in 1958. In 1961 he received his M. A. degree from the State University of South Dakota, and was awarded the B. A. degree from Luther Theological Seminary last spring. Tree At the Eldon Cemetery, a giant elm tree stands along the roadway. Growing from a hole it its base is a medium sized hickory tree, presumably planted years ago by some energetic squirrel. New member of Psychology department The department of psychology at Upper Iowa university, will be expanded this fall with the addition of a new faculty member. Added to the faculty is Roy P. Petersen of LeMars, Iowa, assistant professor of psychology. Petersen attended public schools ROY PETERSEN WELCOME BACK TO UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY It's Always Good To Renew Old Acquaintances And To Make New Ones DR. SCOn LINGE, ED. Here's that fashion-right slim, trim look that"s a "must" in every well-dressed man's wardrobe. They're value-right, too, as you'll see when you examine their fine tailoring—and the latest, newest fabrics in endless color tones and patterns. Compare with slacks costing much more and you'll realize this is an outstanding value at $6 95 to $15 95 Ritchie's Clothing MEALEY HOTEL CORNER Oelwein, Iowa Phone 283—4781 Home Of Arrow Shirts, Dobbs Hats, Kuppenheimer Suits, Jockey Shorts JERRY LINDER, Campus Representative

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