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INSTALLATION If you are a customer of oun, your new quick-recovery, flamelesi electric water heater can be Installed free In your present home. For complete information call us or ask your plumber or dealer. PUBLIC SERVICE INDIANA "We had a lot of requests for Color Phones last year... But this year, like wow!" If you'd like to wow 'em at your house with a thoughtful gift, order a color telephone today; Public Telephone Corp. Church Notes (Continued from Page Ten) CLARKSBURG METHODIST— J. M. Austin, pastor. Miss Mary Lewis, superintendent. Morning worship—9:30. Sunday school—10:15. GREENSBURG METHODIST— Alda I. Carter, minister. 9:30—Church school. Richard Welch, superintendent. 10:30—Worship service. Mrs. Ruth Kutchback, organist. Miss Jean Taylor, chancel choir director. Selections from "The Messiah" will be presented by the choir and soloists. Sermon: "Our Wonderful Saviour." 7—Junior High M. Y. F. Christmas caroling followed by refreshments at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glass. 7—Senior High M. Y. F. Christmas caroling followed by refreshments at the parsonage. Wednesday, 4 — Junior high choir rehearsal. 7:30—Chancel choir rehearsal. 7:30—Builders Class party at the church. Thursday, 7:00 — Boy Scout Christmas caroling. Friday, 7:30—Christmas Eve cano^elighting service with special music provided by all choirs. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN— Rex E. Wentzel, pastor. Mrs. Lee Weisner, superintendent. Mrs. John Goddard, organist. Steve Marrs, choir director. 9:30 — Church school. 10:30 — Morning worship. A nursery for pre-school children is provided during the worship service. 6:30 — Tuxis members will meet at the church to go caroling. Afterwards refreshments will be served at the church. Monday, 7 — Boy Scout Troop 71. Tuesday, 4:15 — Girl Scout 3adette Troop 192. 4 — Girl Scout Troop 93 (this is a change of date). Wednesday, 6:30 — Junior Greensburg Daily News BRING RESULTS • BUY • SELL • RENT • TRADE • HIRE • FIND USE THE ORDER BLANK BELOW i (IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO PLACE AN AD NOW, CLIP AND SAVE FOR LATER USE). ENCLOSE CHECK OR MONEY ORDER. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES: 5c word, 1st insertion; 3c word additional insertions; (Minimum charge, 1 insertion $1; 2 insertions, $1.30. 15 words or less) $1.65 for 3 consecutive insertions. "" Greensburg Daily News Classified Ad Order Blank ~ ~"~ "~~i Gentlemen: 1 Insert the following ad for times. I enclose check Money ' Order Cash Mail Checking copy of ad to: Name Address Ad Copy: i prow 1 **"*:.^ «Mjavaa^ti».»^ae»i n..^ . irm, mj«. i n»»niii <B i>n««si«»J?>gj«^«»-.--^- ..^T.'.-.-OJJB . Your Ad in the Daily News Goes Into 5,775 Homes choir rehearsal. 7:30 - Adult choir rehearsal. Friday, 7:30 — Christmas Eve candlelighting service. The junior choir and adult choir will Next Sunday, Dec. 26, the Sacrament of Holy Communion will be observed at the morning worship service. LIBERTY BAPTIST- Harry F. Cooke, pastor. Friday, Dec. 17, 6 — Thankful Hearts Class cooperative meal at church with Bill and Marleen McCarter as hosts. Saturday, Dec. 18 - Golden Rule Class will meet at church in the evening for monthly social with the president in charge and Roger Sanson, teacher. 9:30 — Church school. Gayle Coombs, superintendent. Donald Whipple, song leader. Sermon- •ette. 10:30 — Worship. Organ prelude, Luella Sanson. Song leader, Donald Whipple. Temple choir: "Crown the Saviour King." Sermon theme: "Christmas According to John." New Christian and American flags will be presented to the church and advanced and dedicated. 11:30 — Temple choir will rehearse for presentation of the Christmas Story. Noon — Sack lunch for all participating in program with practice immediately after. 6:45 — Special Christmas program with message in narration and song by choir and young people. FIRST CHURCH OF GOD— Robert L. Browning, pastor. Cecil Williams, chairman of board. Doris Browning, organist. Nellie Henderson, pianist. 9:30—Sunday school. Superintendent and youth leader Shel Trick, assistant Rosemarie Pavy. 10:30—Morning worship. Sermon: "The Star That Came From God." Chancel choir anthem: "Sleep, Holy Child." Solo: "0 Holy Night." 11:30—Christmas musical rehearsal. 7—John Peterson's "Night of Miracles," candlelight musical presentation by the Chancel Choir of First Church of God. Director, Robert Browning; Pianist, Ruth Kutchback; narrator, Harold Hammond; baritone solo, Shel Trick; tenor solo, Mike Innis; bass solo, Delbert Wingham; contralto solo, Doris Browning; soprano solo, Nettie VanArsdall. Monday, 6:45—Y. F. will go Caroling. Meet at church and bring fruit for baskets. Wednesday, 6:30 — Chancel choir rehearsal. 7:15 — Pre- Christmas service. Each person is asked to bring his favorite Christmas story. Christmas meditation by Rev. Browning. Dec. 18—Choir rehearsal, 9 p. m. Dec. 31—New Year's Eve service. FIRST CHRISTIAN— Gordon E. Masters, minister. Donald Wilson, superintendent. Mrs. Don Buell, choir director. Mary Louise Beggs, organist. Linda Wickersham, pianist. 9:20 — Bible school. 10:30 — Morning worship. Offertory: "The Birthday of the King." Mrs. Robert Murphy, soloist. Anthem: "Glory Be to God." Sermon: "The Real Christmas." Members of Greensburg Rainbow Assembly No. 55 will be guests of honor in the morning worship and will give their benediction at the close of the serv- ce. 6 — The Junior Department will go caroling and return to the church annex for their Christmas party. 7 — The Christian Youth Fellowship will meet at church to go caroling and return to the lome of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Weir, 330 Floral Court, for their Christmas party. 7:30 — The Golden Rule Bible Sunday School Class will meet at the church social hall for a Christmas party. Tuesday, 3:30 — Cub Scout Den 1. 3:45 — Cub Scout Den 3. 4 — Girl Scout Troop 188. Wednesday, 7:30 — Choir re- learsal. Friday, 7 — Christmas Eve 'arol and candle service. The Jhi Rho and C. Y. F. will be in charge of the program. James Weir will give the Christmas meditation. This is for families. Realty Transfers Graydon and Velma Humphrey and Edward and Mildred A. Humphrey to Marshall Humphrey, an undivided two-thirds interest in property near Clarksburg. Lake Santee, Inc., to Robert E. and Virginia Bottin, property at Lake Santee. For Coming Events — 663-3111. You, Your Child and School— '.'""" Need Improvement of Teacher-Made Tests By DAVID NYDICK UPI Education Specialist Criticism has been directed at intelligence tests, achievement tests and college board examinations during .the past few years. The most serious problem is not with these tests but rather -with teacher-made tests which are used in most classrooms. Test making involves many techniques in which the test maker requires training. The development of a test is a complicated procedure. There are many types of exam questions such as essay, multiple choice, true - false, matching and fill-in. The test maker must know which of these are best suited for testing a particular skill. It is necessary to state each question in such a way that it is clearly understood. There should be little opportunity to debate which is the correct answer. Skilled Experts The experts who devise examinations such as intelligence tests and college boards are skilled in test making. They follow an extensive procedure in preparing questions, trying them out, revising them and continuously checking them while in actual use. There is a complex statistical analysis of these exams. If these tests are criticized, what should be said about teacher-made tests. Many teachers have had no training in test making. College courses in testing are not ordinarily required for graduation or teacher certification. Too many schools and school systems do not provide in- service programs on test preparation. What does the teacher do? She makes up tests in spelling, arithmetic, geography, grammar, history and any other subject area for which she is responsible. She thinks she is testing the student's knowledge but really can't be sure. The questions are often misleading. The sampling of material may be improper. The actual skill being taught may not even be involved in answering the questions. Untrained Methods The test is given to the students and a score is determined. In some cases this score is a major factor in deciding the student's grade for the course or subject. There is often an unrealistic weight given to particular tests in relation to other tests and methods of evaluation. Should short quiz on additional facts be given the same weight as an extensive exam involving prob- lem solving or a student's classroom participation? The area of teacher-made tests has received too little attention by educators. It has become an important part of the educational program and yet teachers are left to their own untrained methods. It is unfair to expect teachers to prepare quality tests simply because they are teachers. In many cases the extent of their training is the fact that they themselves have attended school and have taken tests. This is surely a limited background upon which to prepare exams which involve the evaluation of student progress. There appears to be a serious need for improvement in this area. It is a responsibility of all agencies and people concerned with quality education. There are materials available to help teachers improve the quality of classroom tests. It would seem that an effort in this direction would be most valuable. Brief Respite CLEVELAND (UPI) — Freedom was sweet — and brief — for Curtis Pulley, a 21-year-old bank robbery suspect. The judge cleared Pulley Thursday of charges of robbing the Cleveland Trust Co. of $750, ruling the charges should not have been filed under a city statute. Pulley walked outside the court room and was re-arrested and charged under a state statute. thru the house Mon. Thru Thurs., 9 'til 5 Fri. and Sat. 9 'til 9 Greensburg (Ind.) Daily News, Friday, Dec. 17,1965^ PAGEM need "holiday money? Gifts...parties.. .extra groceries ... they all add up. 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MILLER, Treasurer, Decatur County DECATUR COUNTY TAX RATE FOR THE YEAR 1965 PAYABLE IN YEAR 1966 3} •U rt M County M Townships ti 0 U State Fair Board State Forestry Total State Bate Cnimty General County Welfare Hospital Bond Hospital Cumulative Cumulative Bridge County 4-H Fair County-Wide School TOWNSHIPS ADAMS 0 *! CLINTON FUGIT JACKSON MARION— N. MARION— S SALTCREEK SANDCREEK WASHINGTON .0065| .0065 .0065J .0065| .0065| .0065 .0065 .0065 .0065| .0065 .01 .703 .077 .05 .08 .015 .277 City Park Maintenance 02 Total County Rate Township Fire Fiehting Township Poor Tuition Special School .01 .703 228 .077 .01 .01 .703 .703 928 99S .077 .05 .05 .08 .08 .015 .015 .277 .277 .02 .02 1.45 |1.45 [1.45 .07 .04 .07 .06 1.91 |1.91 |1.91 1.43 |1.43 |1.43 Lease-Rental 1 Cumulative Building Corporation General Sewer Loan Fund Street Fund Corporation Bond Police Pension Firemen Pension Fire and Police Cumulative City Library Total Corporation Rate TOTAL RATE .84 4.40 .84 . 84 4.40 |4.38 5.86 |5.86 .077 .05 .08 .015 .277 .02 1.45 .14 .04 1.91 1.43 .84 4.36 .01 .01 .703 228 ~JWT .05 .08 .015 .277 .02 .703 228 .01 .01 .01 .703 998~ .703 ~??8 .703 .01 | CORPORATIONS GREENSBURG MILFORD MILLHOUSEN NEW POINT .0035 3 ^ g WESTPORT ._..! .0035 .0065 .0065| .0065| .0065[ .0065| .0065 .01 .01 .01 | .01 | .01 .703 |t .703 ??8 II .228 .077 .077 .077 .077 .077 j .05 .05 .05 ; .05 .05 | .08 4 .08 .08 i .08 .015 .277 .015 .015 [ .015 .277 .277 .08 | .015 | .277 .277 | .02 .02 .02 .02 .02 | 1.45 |1.45 11.45 11.45 [1.45 11.45 .14 .10 .10 .1.3 I .09 .02 j .02 .10 .02 .02 .03 .03 .20 | .02 | .703 .703 .077 .077 .05 .08 .015 .<J(V .05 .08 .015 .277 .02 .02 1.45 11.45 .02 .15 1 .02 .07 1.91. [1.14 [1.91 [1.91 1.91 jl.14 [[1.14 |1.91 1.43 1.345 11.43 jl.43 [1.43 1.345 | 1.345 11.43 .84 .555 ! .555 .50 .84 . .8-1 j .84 .50 | 4.42 [3.66 [4.30 [4.36 [4.30 |3.78 .555 .50 ; .84 3.58 |4.40 II II || .06 . || .065 5.84 |5.82 ]5.88 |5.12 5.76 [5.82 || .125 II -03 |l .22 1 5.76 [5.24 | 2.50 .28 7.54 |6.14 .077 .05 .08 .015 .277 .02 1.46 .10 .02 1.91 1.43 .84 4.30 .703 .228 .077 .05 .08 .015 .277 .02 1.45 .13 .03 1.91 1.43 .84 4.34 .30 .703 .228 .077 .05 .08 .015 .277 .02 1.45 .11 .04 1.91 1.43 .84 4.33 .21 ' .01 .703 .228 .077 .05 .08 .015 .277 .02 1.45 .09 1.91 1.43 .84 4.27 .37 fl.OO |2.27 |'l.95 5.76 |6.80 |8.06 |7.68 STATE OF INDIANA DECATUR COUNTY, ss: I, Mary Mobley Theobald, Auditor of Decatur County, certify that the above is a correct copy of all tax levies for the taxes collectible in the year 1966. MARY MOBLEY THEOBALD, Auditor of Decatur County- TAX STATEMENTS WILL BE MAILED STARTING MARCH 1, WHERE ADDRESS IS AVAILABLE D—Dec.17-2^1 W—Dec. 17-24-31

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