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The Montgomery Advertiser from Montgomery, Alabama • Page 5

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A THE MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 195S Mississippi Solons MAXWELL SECOND GRADERS To Honor Mary Ann Elks Lodge Announces Plans For Scholarship Selections JACKSON. Lt. Gov. Modern Teaching Methods Demonstrated A- Carroll Gartin and House Speaker nn? tnpthpr in a relaxed tree vided useful keys in discoverin, lew words. group and the time when every member of the group must give Protective Order of Elks in Chicago in July, 1939. As the name implies, this competition emphasizes high scholastic achievement. An applicant must have a scholarship average full attention. Walter Sillers will present Mary Ann Mobley with a legislative resolution commending her for her service to the state. Miss Mobley. recent winner of the Miss America contest returns to Mississippi by plane Friday, on her way home to nearby Brandon. ine visitors were given a review along with the class as they 'earned that a long vowel "says The youngsters tackled arith metic problems with the serious its name," (when two vowels are in a short word, the first vowel Warren S. Reese exalted ruler of Montgomery Elks Lodge Thursday announced that the Klks National Foundation will award 110 college scholarships, totalling $70,000, in the 1959 -Most Valuable Student" competition. Twenty-four Elks lodges in Alabama have been authorized to submit entries from their respective areas. H. C. Van Buskirk of A look at modern methods in the second grade classroom was given to a group of administrators and teachers this week by Mrs. Ellen Sonders at Maxwell Elementary School. While the visiting group observed, Mrs. Sonders and her class enacted the proper teaching methods to be used on the second grade level. Mrs. Sonders demonstrated the effective way of making phonics ness of adults. They readily iden of 90 per cent or better and be tified pennies, nickels, dimes and is long and the second vowel is quarters and worked out how is silent.) Examples used by the group were and "rain." in the upper five per cent of his class to reach the national finals. Other criteria are citizenship, personality, leadership, perseverance, resourcefulness, patriotism, general worthiness and financial The teachers observed an ex cellent method of teaching read Like New! Prompt ZXS; Service V-v At many of each of the coins are in a dollar bill. Words such as first second, third, fourth, fifth and sixth were presented with students performing in action the relationship to numbers, Mrs. Violet Johnson, second ing. Two groups were assigned meaningful when used as an in- work at their desks while the need. HATS tegral part of reading, language teacher motivated another group and word study. A colorful chart jto tackie nevv reading and pre-displaying short vowel sounds pared them 0r silent reading by 1 grade teacher at Bear School, through visual aids and certain studvin2 difficult words and by summed up her observations by words apple, ink, elephant pro- CLEANED American HAT COMPANY 39 X. COURT ST. declaring. "An attractive, well organized room with, colorful materials, adaptable furniture and a well prepared teacher is an environment in which any child can learn." Applications may be filed with any Elks lodge before Feb. 20. 1959 to give sufficient time for examination and approval and forwarding to the secretary of the Alabama Elks Assn. prior to March 1, 1959. Residents of this area who wish to enter the Most Valuable Student Competition may obtain application blanks and further details by communication with Charles Cosmus. secretary of Montgomery Elks Lodge, or M. Tuscaloosa is chairman of the state selection committee. High school seniors, and college students below grade of senior, who are citizens of the U.S.. are eligible to compete for these Most Valuable Student Awards, which have been offered annually by the Foundation for 25 years. Identical awards are offered in separate competitions for boys and girls. First award Ls second, third, $1,000 fourth, $900; fifth, $300 and 50 general awards of $600 each. Announcement of the winners will be made during the Grand Lodge (r setting up a purpose for reading. The second graders knew the meaning of numbers and a great many words. They were allowed to display their training in independent thinking as new printed words were given to several groups to think and talk about. Observers were interested in the ability of the group to share their thinking with others through a discussion. Mrs. Sonders demonstrated a proper time for work- Fall Sports Day Event Conducted At Huntingdon The Womens Athletic Council of Huntingdon College celebrated its fall sports day Wednesday with a program of games and athletic events on the green and in the Student Center Building. i 3 L. Kirkpatrick, a member of the State Scholarship Committee, 22 Bibb St. Montgomery 4. Convention of the Benevolent and Dauphin Bridge Nets $15,349 In September MOBILE Dauphin Island CORRECTION FIRESTONE'S THURSDAY ADVERTISER ADVERTISEMENT SHOULD HAVE READ: Bridge toll collections totaled $15, 349 last month. County Revenue Board Chair LASH AND FUZZY TO BE AT FAIR Lash LaRue and Fuzzy Q. Jones, western stars of more than a score of Western movies, will be at the 1953 South Alabama Fair starting next week at the Coliseum. They are a part of the big western show, a part of the Olsen Show's midway attractions, which include 50 rides and tent shows, along with a kiddie park for the small fry. 95 Ethel Heinecke, Valparaiso, president of the council, was assisted by Ann Mann, of Ashford, and Yvonne Crye, of Atmore. The student body turned out to participate in archery, fencing, tennis, swimming, volleyball, football, dominoes and chess. The day was climaxed with the drawing for gifts and prizes donated by local merchants. Members of the prize committee were Ann Smalling, Macon; and Faye Glasgow, Mobil. man Leroy Stevens said today this was the largest September total in the two-year history of PHILCO PREDICTA SQftj TABLE MODEL the bridge. 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