Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 30, 1961 · Page 12
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TRinilNE Mnn., Ideas I n s i d e CSC: 65 Family Facfs Asked Only To Help Child "I'nrcnts should undorMimd lliiiljscnletl. Displayed at CU ROUI.DKH (Al')-A Kid 70 million V C H I S oltl. l!ie fk'ill of a ciirck- lillccl (liiiosiiur. is on display nl the University of Colorado Muse- Eaton uin. The skull tjifl uf Mrs By LETITIA METOYER Mr. flnd Mrs. Chester Larson returned Friday from a vacation hip which took them lo Sail Frnn- Cisco, Calif., win-re they allcndcd EATON -- Mr. oiid Mrs. Earljlhe American Uinking Convention o. Mrs. Bcrrkk Is teaching 3rd rade in San Mateo Public School. The !.ar.scns return trip was over he Northern Houte on Highway iiarlon of \Villiainspoil, 1'a., attended the 40th reunion of Mrs. liarton's class at Colorado Stale University in Fort Collins. Mrs. !!:irton is the former Florence Me 30. Jolin T. !(olerls of Dcnv Ihorn and Mrs. I j attic Arvidson. principals, iind guidanc . The Bartons slopped Friday en . , puidnnoc |ersonnel or priiicipM.sj.snccinlisls. Sonic research bhouk uncovered the skull near Midwest at l.itllclon before returning home. psychology at Colorado Slate Col-1 to asserahlc and maintain useless Icjie, emphasized. I information. Research over n per- Dr manchard. with long ex-jiod ol years can save everyone pcrience in guidance in the DCS time, inchufing lhat o f . I h c chil- Moiiies. Iowa..public schools, says;''""" "'"' " misunderstanding sometimes occurs when questionnaires art sent home with children, nelore n class of teachers in elementary sclxxils taking a night course iu guidance. Dr. Blanchard continued. Facts Needed To Aid Child "Facts are desired only to assist Ihe child, who is a product of the home. Parents ire nsked to provide the information he- rausc they arc ihe handiest anr bosl source, am! are the most in (crested in helping someone to help their children. "Most of Ihc school population now resides i:i communities too large for cvcvyono to know every «nc else. Students are transfer red from one school to another They move from city lo r 'ty Teachers are nearly helpless, t tho great loss of the child, uulcs: (hey have at hand the record o the child and the (nets of his fam ily background. "To supply the teacher with th school record, what is known as the cumulative record Is developed." Prof««or "Wat There" Something of Dr. Blanchard's own background is given here to show his wide experience in the public schools. He was director of the department of guidance, educational research and. testing in the Des Moincs public schools. He went to that system as a tench- er of mathematics 1 and soda studies in junior high school, anc of senior high school ma Hi in the summer scliool there. Earlier lie taught mathematics, social stud ies. and industrial arts in grade. 5. 6, 7, 8 nl Brighton, Iowa, am social studies and math at Clarion Iowa. When Dr. Blanchard speaks o guidance problems of teachers an students in the public schools, is not hearsay. He was there. H experience covers leaching fro the fourlh grade Ihrough the doc (oral level. Ho has precisely the background, Dr. William H. Ross, rjresidcnl of CSC. seeks in a professor hired lo train teachers of the public schools. Dr. Blanchard said: "What should go inlo Ihe cumn- lalive record is a inalter of debate. So are the questions to be included in Ihe questionnaire sent parents. All such items should he proposed in a cornmitlee of teachers with all grade levels rcpre- and parents. Oitt School's Study "One school system interviewed very student who quit school ove two-year period. From whal lie students said was disclosci many ]oints, wtrose recurrence re calcd Hie importance of lhat in ormalion for a guidance progran in important function of which is o prevent uYopouts, "One of the most important suh eels was suggested by a com niltce member after it w.i .bought the contents of the qucs ioniiiiire had been decided. He asked: Shouldn't we know about Ihc educational level of Ihe par- tis?" Vertical CommiltM Needed Dr. Blanchard insisted that committees are necessary for the best result since no one person can think of everything lhal should get attention or suggest possibly Ihe decisive reasons why some things suggested should be omitted. In this series Dr. Blanchard will discuss dropouts, the uses of cumulative record, and achievement differences between boys and girls, will cite specific Iowa cases in guidance, am small moths for example. t;iy.children, Michael and Palsy Uayc their eggs only on pitcher plants stayed in fJaton ivith tlieir^grond- iiil the larvae feed on the issues. Some insects live unscathed plants. Certain and Mrs. .lack Galbtealh ur four days. lOu route to Califor lia the Larscns slopped at Glen- vood for three days. From there hoy drove to Mesa Verde (or a wo-day slay. They visited Grand Canyon and drove to Los Angeles, Calif., where they visited relatives. The day the Larscns slopped at San Luis Abispo the tempera lure reached a high of 100 degrees A slop was made at Watsonville Calif., to visit Mr. and Mrs Harry Berriek 'Peggy Carlson and (hey learned thai Ihc Ber neks had moved to Daly City n[ Hugo were in Forl Collins for Calif., where they own and oner (ho homecoming festivities. Their ate a motel. Mr. and Mrs. Larson ' ' stayed in one of the units an; commuted the nine miles to th , convention site which was in th jCivic Auditorium in San Francis ami Mrs. Iloward Mii/lucl Murrcll has WyomingHasNot Considered Colo. Prison Proposal housed at tho nor*, »»., penitentiary. However, tlw' lUU of Nebraska has indicated tho agreement under whicli Wyoming prisoners are housed might not be 'renewed. IFViday (hat Colorado should con- worked as a life guard at Hawaiian Village swimming . His brother,,Brad, who is in the eighth grade recently competed in the nation.il diving contest held in that vicinity and won pjace. : me .. poolJ^f -T.^:lhal IcntV PEKING -- Communist China has issued four stamps cornmcm building a women's prison oilier states, including Wyoming, could use. Tinslcy told a Colorado legislative committee the r.ction should be taken even though no inter- stale compact for handling women prisoners has been arranged. "We haven't even thought ol lhat," Gage said. "We haven't orating the tasks women perform been approached." ' factory and at home.] Wyoming's prisoners are now trie Record Sugar Crop BRASILIA -- Spurred by » United States quota of 336,474 tons, Brazil's sugar crop for 196UJ2 is lo be the largest in history. Before the U.S.-Cuban split, Brazil was not allowed to export any sugar to the United Slates. Now growers are expanding lo fill the new quota and expanded oiiicrs from other countries. guidance as a service to teachers WASH OR DRY CLEAN Your Fall Clothes While You Bowl at Nearby Classic Land CLASSIC Gleaning Center 2460 8th Ave. Ph. EL 3-3974 Use Our P i c k u p and D e l i v e r y S e r v i c e building Permits Taken out for 10 -Family Homes Building permits for 10 new, lie-family homes costing an estimated total of $92,000 were issued by the city building inspection office here during the past wo weeks. Tile, home permits,were as lolows: Reuben Dicierle, contractor, 117 24th Ave. Ct, $10,000; George licks, owner, 1111 25th Ave., $10,000; T H Co., contractor, 1403 E. ZOth St., $11,000; Hugh L. Phil lips, contractor, Z22S 25th St., and 2525 and 2520 22nd Ave.,, cac $8,000, 2535 22nd Ave. and 2202 Mid 2210 25th St., all $9,000, and 2218 25th St., $10,000. Ideal Market Plant Addition Permits issued during the two weeks also included one taken out by Larry Miller, contractor, r or a 50 by 64 business building at 1915 Bill St. to be built at an es- limated cost of $12,500. This will be an addition to the Ideal Market. Otfwr Permit! Others Issued included the following: Rohrig Bros., contractor, re model store building 1716 9th St. S1.800: K. and C. Construction contractor, fallout shelter 121 18th St., $1.150: School Disl. No |6, owner, partition two rooms i speech department at Greek High School, $1,100; Home light . Power Co., owner, remodel sec ond floor 810 ath St., $3,000: ,1. Warehime, one-room addilio 12533 16th Ave., $2,155: and Joh Keyscr. contractor, one-room ac rtition 1B01 tllh Ave., $1,100. MOUNTAIN-HIGH" RATE SAVINGS MOUNTAIN HOURS: LAUNDRY Weekday! -7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sundays -10 a.m. to 10 p.m. D R Y C L E A N I N G Weekdays -8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sundays -10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Little Talc for Talcum THREE FOURS, Mnnt.-On one or 2 per cent of the annu United Stales talc production go into talcum powder. There scores of other uses for tal in paper painls, electrical ins alors, ceramics and pottery, secticidcs. rubber, p l a s t i c Pharmaceuticals, and textiles. Also, in polishing rice, making crayons, ink. soaps, putty, and wherever "slip" is required: in dusting rubber products, roofing, i candy, chewing gum, linoleum, i glass, leather, nails, and oilcloth. Began For Prtscriptiom.--Adv. AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS We have added AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS to our regular list of services. Come in and meet CLARENCE BOPP, our new mechanic, who is a specialist in this line. He also specializes in motor tunc-ups and repairs. He would like to welcome his friends and customers. Completing fifteen years a( this locaiio^ is Troy "Butch" Champion who still maintains t h e same excellent work on wheel ajjgnmenls, wheel balancing and wheel straightening alontf with hrake work. IT IS STATE INSPECTION TIME. Burton "Hurt" Bond, owner and manager Bond's Automotive Engineers 008 l l l h Avenue, Greelcy ELgin 2-302S Plus: FreeJ)*)\* Green Stamps or Wonderful Free Gifts IMPORTNT The Board of Directors of Mountain Savings have announced their intention to. pay a new higher dividend at the annual rate of 4/2% for the six-month period ending December 31,1961. IMPORTANT: This higher rate means your savings account at Mountain Savings earns more for you.. .is more valuable to you than ever! Here is the modem, the profitable place to save. Open an insured, high earning savings account or add to your savings and start earning that high, high rate of 4Vi% now! ALL THIS-AND FREE S H GREEN STAMPS, TOOI iOpenoraddtoyour savings accountin the following amounts: · 5100 to $499 ... Bcceive FREE 250 S H Green Stamps $500 to $999 ... Receive FREE 500 S H Green Stamps ·' §1,000 or more . Receive FREE 850 S H Green Stamps OR IF YOU PREFER, 1 OF THESE 2 FREE GIFTS IS YOURSI Colorful two-piece lath set...FREE when you open or add §300 or more to an insured -^ savings account Aladdin Hot 'R Cold Bottle:. .FREE when you open or add ?500 or more to an insured savings account. Positively cnly one gift' to a cutlomer; limit of 850 ttamps to any one person. JWffiWffc SAVINGS ACCOUNTS' INSURED TO $10,000^ Accounts opened on or before the tenth of any month earn from the first Office Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.-Closed Saturday! EARN ASSOCIATION "^Boulder Office MOO Broadway, Boulder, Colorado,-HIKfrest 1-1030 Longmont Office V6 Coffrmn St.. iongmont. Colorado, PR 6-1361 Greeley Office 1000 Ninth Avenue, Gteeley, Colorado, ELgm 1-6I18 * * curmt Jtwil TJti .INSURED SAVINGS.

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