Spoolstra, Gwendolyn 19640611; The Holland Evening Sentinel, Holland, MI. 4H

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Creative Management Jobs or saying major but two, abilities them which in in particularly, in use and pared by Gary A. Steiner, professor of psychology in t h e graduate school, who found "creative persons had t h e same common qualities in whatever field they might work the arts, the sciences, the creative skills. The qualities included t h e ability to generate ideas rapidly; flexibility, enabling the possessor to change ideas; originality, the ability to give new answers and responses to questions or to situations; and a preference for the complex - or challenging - situation against one which is easily understood. In personality they were likely to show independence of judgment; and to feel a little apart from others in their own field. Their attitudes toward authority in many cases were likely to be questioning. Ottawa County 4-H News By Willis S. Boss County Extension Agent, 4-H We will be starting our camping program next week with a very interesting program arranged for those members coming to camp. The theme of this year's program is "Sports and Sportsmanship." We will have six groups outlined as football, basketball, baseball, t e n n i s , golf and swimming. The following 4-H members have been asked and will be working as counselors with us through this year's four weeks of camp: Cathy Cardinal, Alvlna Busman, Lona Grossenbacher, Shirley Tuinman, Brenda Beuschel, Lynn Beimers, Molly Cardinal, Gwen Spoolstra, Jane Kamps, Mary Van Noord, Esther Miller, Carol Zandstra, Joanne Mars, Dan Bergsma, Dale Scharphorn, Ted Raak, and Dan Berg. Members 16 years old and older having basic requirements in 4-H project work have been selected from the older youth clubs and sent applications to to Club Week. Club Week is educational experience held on the campus of Michigan State University the week of July 610. Ottawa County's quota this year will be nine boys and nine girls. The cost to these delegates will be $7.50 for the stay on the Campus of MSU as they explore the theme of the week -- 'Careers and Career Opportunities." The summer club program is well under way and many clubs have already sent in their en rollment sheets and requested materials. Last week Wednesday a meeting was held in relation to summer projects of vegetable gardening, flower gardening, crops, rabbits, poultry, photography, and landscaping. Requirements were outlined and materials handed out. Mrs. Grace Vander Kolk, the home economics agent, will meet with a group on June 17 at the Allendale Public School. This meeting is for leaders and junior leaders in connection with the foods and home economics projects. At this tune she will be giving out materials and outline the basic requirements for the various projects. We are still working on plans to complete arrangements for a horse clinic and a dairy tour the later part of June. We are in hopes that we will be able to get this under way and notify leaders as to the dates as soon as possible. This will be done by individual letters to 4-H Club leaders. a

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  1. The Holland Evening Sentinel,
  2. 11 Jun 1964, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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  • — Spoolstra, Gwendolyn 19640611; The Holland Evening Sentinel, Holland, MI. 4H

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