Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on November 16, 1961 · Page 29
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PageJSO GREELEY TRIHUNE Thurs.. Nov. 16. 1961 Ideas Inside CSC: 77 Lab Course's Test Training Thorough Colorado Sltile College requires a sequence of two courses necessary to qualify'graduate students to administer effectively incfivid- pual intelligence! ests. Successful coinplclion of the. two. courses meets one nf the requirements for state · certification as a school psychologist. The first course covers the history and theories of psychological measurement, with special emphasis upon the theories of the three most widely used individual lesls of intelligence. They arc the Stanford-Bine!, the Wechsler In telligcnco Scale lor Children (WISC) and the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS). This is a three hour course listed In the catalog as Education 373. Tills prerequisite course and one in the practice of giving the three tests listed are taught by Dr, Carol L. Lutey, associate, profes sor of educational psychology ane guidance. She lias her bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Minnesota and her doctorate from Michigan Stale University at East Lansing. L*J C*urM Th*r*ufh The second course, Education 374, actually is a laboratory course in administering 'he three tests. Use of tlw tests ir demonstrated before the class. Then a written and nra] examination in much detail mist be passed by a student before he is permitted to give the test to an actual subject. The first tests he gives are closely supervised, and any errors In his administering Hie tests are corrected before they become habits. When the supervisor feels he is ready, (lie student can test on his own with occasional spot supervision. Colorado State Hoi lego requires I he student to give at least 30 tests of the three kinds combined before he cap be judged qualified. Sewing ClM*ly Suptrvtod The student's scoring of tests goes under the closest- scrutiny of Instructor, or supervisor.' He is required lo correct his'.scoring before he is permitted to write his final report describing the.subjoci, testing conditions, and results. , Thp final'step In Ibe process Is lo interpret the {esfto, the subject or, especially in the c^se of young children, to the person who referred the subject,' ptdbably the parent, teacher, or principal. Dr. Lutey regards five hours as a conservative estimate of the time required in the total process of administering and scoring,' report writing and interpreting a single test. The hours of supervised experience in the laboratory course go toward th* Mai'deck hturi clinical work required for ttate -edification as a school psychol- ist. Colorado requires lot haura. Some graduate students who «· to have the inidjor responsi- Ity for.tMt.administr.U6fl in il blic school system take a third xirse in which they 'assist in the uoervUkxi of the lab 'course. Dr. - Lutey. grves.. special Batten- on to four points in the lab courte astructk*. They:ar«: (s) Est»b- ishibg a suitable rapport- (mak : ng the subject fee) at home) wKh He subject to elicit his'best ef xis; M rigid adlierence to andardrzed- instructions for »d- oinislering.the tests; (c) accur- te iscoring. of the subject's re- ponses; (d) not lo draw ccoclu ons, not.to guess, fwl to hypolbe- ic i beyond the examiner's uckground in psychology when he ites his report interpreting the CUBE STEAKS Sri , b 29c I PORK ROAST 29c STEAKS SIRLOIN Cut from U.S.D.A Choice Beef 'Emphasis on these points not ly develops highly qualified .ex. inert/. but incresues the re- labiiity of test results M they may used with some:confidence by e subjects, leacliers, principals 'by. others concerned," Dr. Lu y says. "In fact*-.the depend, illty of test r«suti rests heav 1 upon the training, experience, id skill of.the examiner."i Next:' Colorado State College's csting servke to northern Colo- ado. T-BONES or R | B STEAK SHORT CUTS Lb. 69c Lb . 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Dish that the members had nude were :ur»«d in. Club voUd-lo send presented .devotions : -and a pro- Christmas cards -to ill out of gram on .''titta America Speikt ·wmben. PUiw were made or. tbt aonual Christmas .dtaner and fift exchange at the home o( Mn^Evl.BrotfmarUe Dec. 5 at a town i latteville By MAS. ROLAND MILLER ·LATTEVILLE-A year ago the ions, under the chairmanship of m Harris, undertook the task contact ing a doctor who would cate at FlatleviUe. Through eir efforts they/were able, to t Dr. Cal Dudley who will offer gular- office hours in the eve- ngs from 7 to. 9 o'clock. Ar- angemenls are pending on the ailabilily of more, hours, pr. udley has'had 11 years of. serv. e in the Air Force and.at FiU mons General Hospital. He has ad certification at a flight sur- on and is t willing to qualifj' jain as soon as possible to ex mine prospeclive pilots in their uest 14 obtain licenses...Llous so plan. to treat the children u-ough the. elementary grades ho are ·, aljending PlatUvilie hool, .afc.Christmas time. Holy Family. Circle met: at .the jme of Mrs. George Rodriquei, th Angle Rodriquez 'and Kathy elo hostesses.: ; Meeting .was ined with the consecratioii ayer by Mrs. Toma Valesquec. lirieen members were present arts were made for a Christ mas arty for the children iii Dec'enr er. Next meeting will be Dec. c th Mrs. Joe Romero. "^ Past Noble Grands met Tuesday ternoon at the home of Mrs arie Wardell with Mrs. Johi prtsW- Ptasv were made for ta« family a%bt dinMr In December. Dec. 5 towels members will meet with the Martha Circle. Mrs. Conrad Walter Nefebbors o( Woodcraft niaoiugivbig dloner. VTW Hall served by the Auxiliary Dr. and Mrs. Floyd:. Sunshine ·nifrtalnxi at dinner Sunday Mr. and .-Mrs. William Sunshine and Mr. aad Mrs. Sam Goldstchi ud.; daughters, of Denver. ; Last week' Mrs. Jesse Talbert :ook her parents, Mr. and Mri. L. E. Washbur of Denver, to a party st the CotmopoUtan Hotel held for couples that have betn married 'or 50 years or more: MUpah'Club met at the home of Mrs. Vesta McDenned. Mrs. Zella UcDcrmed assisted. Mrs. Jennie Stevens, president, presided at the meeting with IS members and one s guest, Hn. : Carrie Siler, present. Plans were made for the annual Christmas dinner and gift ixcbange to be held at the U- ?rary'Dec. IS at noon.Rebekahs will prepare and serve the dinner. Mrs. Ralph Morgan is decorating chairman: Mrs. Roland Miller presented the program. Prize west o Mrs. waiiam Kern. Voyagers met recently at the church social hall for a covered dish supper. Bernard Asmus, prts Ident, presided at the meeting: Members decided to buy hearing aids to be Installed in the church, and to give' pS.OO for the Christmas lights at the church with Mrs. Roy Garrett and Mrs. Tei Bruce as chairmen. Game* were onjjyed lor the evening.' .Pinochle club met at,the borne of Mrs. Newton Starr 'with/nine members and three guests, Mrs Earl Richardson, Mrs. Charles Reid and Mrs. Donald Morgan attending. Mrs. Dean Kohler won high, Mrs. Larry Roberts, second, and Mri. Donald Morgan, third. Next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. John Sarchet with Mrs Charles Long as hostess lo Ihe Christmas parly Dec. 11. ' Just us Girls met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Rey burn Morgan with Mrs. Sam'Bar clay assisting hostess. Two guests Mrs. Vesta McDermed and Mr* Verhon Powell, and eight mem hers 'were present. Mrj. Powcl displayed, an assortment.; o jewelry. Annual Christmas party will be at the home of Mrs." Jack Wissler,.Dec. 11; with a gift ex change and a pot holder exchange Farmers'Union' action meeting was held'at the borne of C. L Archer. Sam Barclay, president presided at Ihe meeting. Plans were made for a family" meet iug in December, and the membership drive was discussed. Refreshments were served by Mri. Archer.' . Nam! Circle met at the homi of Mrs. John Kiyota with Mrs ladiet.- Mrt. Charles Brlggs prc sided at the moettog (allowing UK dinner, with rt membert prtsenl. far Mrs.. .Gertrude Abbott of Greeley By PULRtf DIGHTON 'LOS ANGELES -(AP)-An ··tee- . . Jonic camera that 'sees through menu far the^ Library vat^ dis- sm ok e heavy enough to block put vis ible a nd infra-red fays Vas ested fw the 'first time during :he .recent ·Bel-Air- apd Topanga Canyon fires/..' *','·?-.* ':" '· .'. v: ".' Dr. Robert : Mi SteWart^director of applied, research .for. SpBce- General Corp.,' disused', the -experiment Tuesday. nigh^ in a 'talk club dates), and have become financially secure. The disadvantages are (hat KM a found time to finisk hi* col- ege education. They spend more irae jetting 'around' to their far- lung dates than' Uicy' spend .on bey have . played -colle (which-'they ,'do. ·. life'); lacc«, : ranging' frotn^ Florida to east coasts. · ·· Their next'TV NBCTrThanksgiv! "Home for the TV Changed Futures of Brothers Four the west 't* the New Electronic Camera Success In ;iy« a ' report' of Ihe National Convention at .Portland, Ore. Christmas party will be a gift exchange with the. Greeley and jxifmcat lodges as guests. Mrs Ted. Bruce gave a. program' on the holy land. ' . . V , : Woman's flub .met at the U rary Friday with' U members present. Plans were made for the eachers tea Nov. 21. Improve- nents for the Library were discussed, Mrs. Leonard Abbett reported on "Timely Topics.'.'.Mrs. Elton, Miller and Mrs. Jack Jonas served refreshments. Bridge. Club met recently with Mrs. Myrtle Williams. Enjoying he afternoon were: Mmes. A. B. Toothaker, Marie Wardell, Sattef and Joy Thompson. Next t o - t h e Institute" of."AeronaullcaI meeting'will be with Mrs! M. J. Sciences. ' ! ." T . : · T -' 'ate. Stewart 1 said Ihe device^ ope'rat- Mr. and Mrs. Warren White ed from an airplane at fan alli- and family'of Denver and Mrs.' ' ' ' Alexander of Illinois, were Sun day dinner guests of Mrs. Howard White. tude of 10,000 feet, "successfully mapped the path of lhc : blaze and showed 'the 'intensity, o^ hot spots even though the area was blanketed by smoke.': v ' -M'' fly relaying what the camera sees, to the ground, Stetrart said, fire department comijiahd posts could keep a wide-spread blaze under constant surveillance, dispatching equipment tp new flare- ups instantly. ' ' · ' ' · / Stewart .said . the/new camera was an extrernely sensitive microwave radjomefer, a'device for. receiving very short radio waves. "This is not an infra-red device," Stewart said. "Fire emils microwaves as/well as Infra-red By CYMTHlA LOWRY AP TV-Ra*. WriNr . __ _ _ _ NEW YORK (API-Television- radiation,"amTlhese are what the perhaps specifically the first "Sing Along wilh Mitch" show two sea-! sonj back--is responsible for the camera records. "Infra-red cameras won't work n this application because smoke loss of an electrical'engineer, a particles scatter infra-red radia- diplonial, a physician and a broadcasting executive. Those were the professions toward which members of a'singing group called "The Brothers Four" were heading when the lightning of success struck. ·' ' \ '_ . · :.T?ie four, all · from · the Seattle area, were fraternity brothers, seniors at the University of Washington. .John .Paine,.-Bob Flick, Dick'-Foley aiid : Mike Kirkland had. made .a recording, "Green Fields" which caught on. Then came the "Sing Along" date. Occasional' TV appearances liave been vital to their success, the boys' say.''They have done guest shots on all Ihe top network shows. .As a result record sales have increased, they more money, turn down jobs they don't like. (They don't like - :km.. Microwaves, however,- go right through the smoke." At'Turin, in Ihe spring of 1861, Victor Emmanuel ;' was proclaimed king of the 1 first uniled Italian nation since (he collapse of Home. Five months earlier Emmanuel and Garibaldi had met at Teano near Naples and agreed :o join their conquests. " Ashley's FOODS OF MEXICO quick easy inexpensive, delicious \Vliat's in it for you? When you see a freight .train go by don't you often wonder what's in it? You'd be surprised. If there's one thing that provides a cross-section of America's way of life, it is a freight train. You'll find apples and automobiles, bassinets and.breakfast foods, carpets and corn, divans and dishes. But you name them...you use them. / A major part of Union Pacific's activity is hauling freight. We've been doing this"for almost a century and the years have brought us a high degree of skill. Ever conscious of our responsibility, we are con« stantly improving 1 our transportation techniques. Today's Union Pacific service is better than at any other time in our history. This is true of freight transportation and of the service we provide for traveler! -our DOMELINERS between Chicago or St. Louii and the Pacific Coast are proof of this! Next time you see a Union Pacific freight roll by ask yourself this question: "What's in it...for me?" TS* K. H. H*rrim»n M*m6- ri.l Gold Mtdil for J.frly has hprn i w a r H f d Union Pacific 13 limti out oflht IV yttn dunnc wkich il for detailed shipping or travel information phone, call or write UNION PACIFIC Whenever yoj ship or travel in or through th« Wnt, remember Union Pacific provide* the fin- act in rail tr»nifOft«tkm.

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