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College Education Values Discussed By Adult Panel For 4-H Junior Leaders "Should I Go to College?" was] topic for discussion by an adult panel at a meeting of 4-H junior leaders In the Erie-co agricultural extension office Thursday night. Comprising the panel, which was moderated by Associate Agent John Aylsworth. 4H leader the county, were Miss Ellen Lehman, student counsellor at Sandusky High school; Bernard Palmer, student' counsellor at Perkins High school; Joseph Wil liams, personnel manager at East era States Mill, Huron, and Earl Sargent, ^-Monroeville insurance agent. Five questions evaluated in the panel discussion, were value of college education in good and poor times: types of college pro grams available; value of large collegC-versus small college; pre- for past or present 4-H club members between the ages of 14 and 25. First meeting of the group will be in Oxford Grange Hall on April 11 at which round and square dancing will be staged and final organizations plans will be made. Each member may bring one guest to this session. Juniors leaders also agreed to sell "A 4-H Club Member Lives Here" signs to members for post ing at their residences, and also discussed arrangements for some 22 members to attend the Recreation workshop at Oberlin College, April 12. paring for a college education in High school, and financing a college education. Short, Extension Courses In the phase of types of programs available, it was pointed out that short courses and extension courses offered by Bowling Green State University branch in Sandusky are valuable to those who cannot attend full time college classes. Some, five junior leaders in attendance of those now in their senior year in high school indicated their plans to further their education in college. Build Dance Area In a business meeting prior to the discussion, the Junior Leadership Club voted to provide money for building of a 30 by 30-foot concrete slab platform at the fairgrounds for square dance exhibitions and for record hops during the fair. The juniors also plan to organize a 4-H square dance club Curricula Study Is Discussed At Vermilion VERMILLION, March 28 • Members of the Vermilion board of education and C. K. DeWitt executive head of public schools, met Wednesday evening at the South-st school with a civic group to study and present curricular changes for betterment of the school. They asked questions of the board on what they, as parents, could do to help both the teachers and students. The movement began six weeks ago when Mrs. Carl Schoeder, Mrs. Dan Schisler, Mrs. LeRoy Grant, Mrs. Jack Goodridge, Mrs. V. B. Siebert and Mrs. Ned Bricker met with DeWitt and A. E. Stark of the school board for a four hour discussion of school problems. Arriving from this discussion was a questionnaire which the women then presented to the school board seeking information

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  1. The Sandusky Register,
  2. 28 Mar 1958, Fri,
  3. Page 10

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