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Bune Vol. 1, No. 5 Eastern Montana College of Education, Billings, Montana, July 20, 1955 .;\ 0 , k 4 s 1 ;k 4 k.... Reading Conference was in full sway last week. Dora Reese (from left), Dorothy Prince, Dr. A. Sterl Artley, and Minnie Grant observe new reading materials for children which were on display in one of the classrooms. az. At the reception following Thursday's concert are Ray Harshfield, in charge of convocations for the summer; Montana Rickards, Eugene, Oregon; Dr. James Nickerson, dean of education, Montana State College; Adela Gebr, artist-singer; and her accompanist, Zada S. Dickson, Montana State. Fifth Annual Reading Conference is Held Nearly 500 people attended Eastern's fifth annual reading conference which began Thursday morning July 14, in the activity room in the education build- ing. Dr. Peterson greeted the group and spoke briefly on the importance of the teaching of reading in colleges and schools today. Mrs. Dora Reese spoke on the many attacks on education today that are destructive rather than constructive. She introduced the main speaker, Dr. A. Sterl Artley, professor of education and director of child study clinic from the University of Missouri. In his talk entitled \What is a Good Reading Program?\ Dr. Artley began by stating that the purpose for having reading conferences is not that teachers are failures in the teaching of reading but rather that they want to do a better job in this field. Four Steps in the Reading Instruction Procedure: Dr. Artley outlined four steps in the basic reading procedure. First, he said, there must be a definite goal in the mind of every teacher at every level in the understanding, skills and ability of the students. These goals vary ac- cording to the level and ability of the students. Second, the teacher must have a systematic teaching method; she must follow her guide book paying special attention to skill development, since reading is a skill. \There is little place (Continued on Page 4) COLLEGE HONORED TO HEAR ADELA GEBR, EUROPEAN ARTIST Charm, Beauty, and Versatility Please Audience Adela Gebr, coloratura soprano, ap- peared July 14, in an evening concert for students in the Student Union lounge where she sang classical numbers in five languages, some of which have been acclaimed the most beautiful ever composed. Adela Gebr is a new artist in America. Born in Czechoslovakia, she fled the country, on skiis, after communist Czechoslovakian visiting artist, Adela Gebr. domination of her country. She went to Rome, Florence, Paris, and Munich to finish her training, and it was in these cities that her first concerts were heard. After Europe, the singer went to Bogota, Colombia, where she lived for three years and performed as a radio and television artist, singing classical numbers only, in opera, and in concerts in South America. This summer of 1955, Miss Gebr is in residence at Bozeman, Montana where she is visiting her brother. She made her American debut, strangely enough, (Continued on Page 4) CALENDAR July 21 (Thursday) Convocation: Will Holt, Folk Singer. Ad Building Auditorium, 9:30 A.M. July 26 (Tuesday) All School Square Dance, Student Union Patio, 7:00 P.M.