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ow Your School (By Supt. Frank C. Wagner) Sundance School has an- obligation to its pupils than one usually conceived to be Primary objective of a school. Usual idea of a school is that Primary function is to impart The other obligation discussed in this article is of guidance. entire process of education be thought of as guidance le young people in our com- te the realization of their potential abilities. Too however, the schools is con- an intelectual factory, rath- than an institution in which and spiritual values are in addition to the pure- latellectual ideas commonly as- with the word "school". our last report from the state school inspectors we find a made to the guidance set of the Sundanee High School Which the statement is made it seems to be on a rather basis. Perhaps to the ob- our guidance program is "casual" variety. To those us who work with it, it is any- but casual. program of guidance is planned and followed. A deal of thought and energy expended to keep the entire running. The staff of meets at regular inter- for careful and searchig dis- and analysis of the prob- of the pupils entrusted to our Educational problems of academic type are of course Part of this discussion. More and energy is spent on the problems of our pupils When a boy or girl is trouble adjusting to school, case comes in for the most study that our teachers give it. What is causing the How can we help the to find a solution to Problem and get back into with world in which he and working? in your school actually in the classroom, the shop, home ec kitchen, the school the gymnasium or the field, or on the dance at our school parties. Whaf Johnnie tick in the partic- Way in which he is ticking? the more formal side of the problem we give a comp- series of tests to deter- the individual's basic abili- irlterests, and weakneses. Tests are given to give SOund basis on which to judge kind and quality of work to from each child in our classes. Achievement tests different subject-matter are given at regular inter- show how much the pupil in proportion to what be learning. We survey Primary interest fields of our and girls when they are in N. Ellis Mattox, M.D. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat ~ffice Hours - 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. 6531/~ Main Street I)ead~vood, S. D. the first year of high school. This test is widely used and has been more or less standarized by com- paring the records of thousands of pupils, men an women all over our country. The record of a pupil on this test tells us in which fields of human work he is most likely to display the interest nec- essary for success and happiness. Every person has problems and questions on his mind that are of deep felt interest to himself. We! give a battery of tests designed to help the boy or girl isolate and identify the problems of greatest We are also given invaluable! aid by the Crippled Children's Society. The University of Wyo- ming stands ready at all times to assist us with its various com- munity services. Various national foundations and organizations are ready sources of help in time of need in this great task of so guid- ing our youth that they may devel- op into the kind of citizens Sun- dance, Crook County, and the State of Wyoming and the United States of America need and be proud to welcome~s members of our great American society. Guidance in your school is a carefully planned program that functions, for the most part, so smoothly that to the outsider it appears to be of a more or less aoncern to himself or herself. "casual nature." These tests then suggest sources of information which will give the I ~UBLICATION OF SUMMONS pupil the help he needs in solving] ....... his personal problems. These tests[ TtnedueIenuamS:Mau Vim have been developed by an out-I e C i mins, also known as standing team of experienced per-IMrs. Jerome Crummins, 705 West sons and have been keyed in to Anderson Street, Stillwater, Minn- a set of booklets called the "Life Adjustment Series" published by the Science Research Associ,~tes of Chicago. Guidance in the Sundance Schools is not confined to the high school level, but is an integral part of our entire program in all grades from the kindergarten through the last year of high school. We not only make use of the resources available in our own school, but we reach out into the larger area of our state for help that we need. The State Depart- ment of Education stands ready at all times to render full service when called upon. We call for help when a problem is too big for us to handle. Miss Dorris Sander of the Division of Elementary and Special Education gives us very valuable assistance and advice. The State Department furnishes us with the services of an audiol- ogist at regular intervals. Loss of part of the hearing function is a far more common problem than most people realize. The audiol- ogist helps us find those pupils needing special help because of this problem. esota, and the unknown heirs and devisees of Della Braun, Jane Hurley, also known as Mrs. James Hurley, and Thomas Hey, all de- ceased, whose residences are un- known; You and each of you will hereby take notice that there is now on file in the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, at Sundance, Wyoming, filed by Charles F. Bond and Emma E. Bond, plain- tiffs, a petition naming you as defendants and asking judgment that you, and each of you, may be compelled to show your respect- ive interest in and to the follow- ing described real estate, to-wit: The north half of the south- east quarter and the southeast quarter of the southeast quar- ter of Section 15; the east half of the east half of Section 22; the west half of the northwest quarter, the southeast quarter of the northwest quarter, the north half of the southwest quarter and the southwest quarter of the northeast quar- ter of Section 23 in Township 50 North of Range 67 West of the 6th P.M., Crook County, Wyoming, that the same may be adjudged to be null and void and that said plaintiffs be adjudged and de- creed to be the absolute and un- qualified owners in fee simple of all of said lands and premises and entitled to the exclusive possession thereof, and that the title of the plaintiffs be forever quieted against 'you, and each of you, and that you be excluded from an3; interest in said premises. You are further notified that unless you file an answer to said petition on or before the 28th day of November, 1953, the said peti- tion will be taken as true and judgment will be rendered in ac- cordance with the prayer thereof. Dated this 2Oth day of October, 1953. FRANCIS HEJDE, Clerk of Court (SEAL) Charles F. Bond and Emma E. Bond, Plaintiffs Otis Reynolds, Attorney Oct. 22-29--Nov. 5-12. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Oct. 22, 1953 Among the elk hunters from this area bulating in: tire Big Horn~i~ over the weekend were.Cal Hay-~ ward, Roy Little, George Beagle,~ Floyd Carr and Lee Schloredt. DR. H. GORDON DORLAND 01)TOW~.TRIST Phone 480 Belle lrourehe Authorized Florists Telegraph Delivery Shop SINBRECHT'8 FLOWER SHOP Floral Service Plants and Flowers Phone 128 Store--614 St. Joe Rapid City, S. D. : :: :: == :: :: :: Dairy Auction 25 Young Dairy Cows and Heifers - - - Jerseys, Guernseys, Brown Swiss and Shorthorns. To be sold at the Dick Baumfalk estate auction October 27 following the estate sale. Cows are heavy springers, to calve before the 0rst of the year. Bangs tested. Select Your Hallmark Christmas Cards NOW Christmas Cold Weather Is Even Closer -. ,~ ,,.,.,; Fall days are still with us but it is only a ,~ ~.~;. ,., .~-~.~- short while until winter winds start whistling. IT's LATER THAN YOU THINK. Dr. Wallace P. Wild, ermuth OPTOMETRIST ~Y~ examined Glasses Fitted Telephone 66 146 W. mllmiz Spearfish, 8. D. ~l~arflsk Office Hours 9 to 5, Tues., Thurs. Saturday ]iomestake Hospital |_ llom -~e 5, Men, WedL, Office Phone 66 We know Christmas is still over two months away, but we'd like to have you come in and select your Christmas cards from our Hallmark album. The cards you select will be personalized with your name. Come in and select your distinctive cards from our wonderful selection. Blue Drug & Jewelry "Home of Beautiful Gifts" Spearfish , South Dakota Better get that insulation, remodeling and re- pair work done now. Even Santa will be comfortable this Christmas if you take care of these important things now. We have a complete line of building supplies and building hardware. Stop in and let us figure prices with you. hmpert Lumber Co. Norman Peterson, Manager 8pearflsh South Dakota