Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 28, 1963 · Page 11
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 11

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, June 28, 1963
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ram •Summer flaw in The good ole' summer* time brings a number of different things, one of them being the children's reading program at the Galesburg Public Library. Them* for the program this year is the Civil War Centennial, which is part of a nationwide pro* gram. Upon completion of the required reading each one will receive a Civil War chart and certificate. On the back of the chart are places for stickers, representing the 18 major events of the Civil War. Included are battles, important events and personages prominent in the Civil War mg.i"^rogram (Oeaind Be The program begins at the li brary July i and continues through August, concluding on the soth. A display, including a hugh Civil War map, will be set up in the Children's Room, giving ait the details. Part of the display will be suggested books, all relating to the Civil War and a reading list. Each child will receive the certificate, marked with the stick* ers, at the completion of the pro* gram and a record of each child's reading will be kept at the library. Bookmarks, such as the one illustrated to the right, will also be presented the children. There are three simple rules for those participating. First for flew Boob Received at the oCd The following books have been received at the Galesburg Public Library according to Mrs. Warren Morris, librarian. Adult Books THE NATURAL WORLD OF DOG TRAINING, Leon F. Whitney, describes in text and step- by-step photographs a new, easy, and effective way to train a dog. THE BARONESS AND THE GENERAL, by Louise Hall Tharp, is the story of the extraordinary life of the Baroness Frederika von Riesdel, wife of the German general who comm a n d e d Britain's mercenary troops in the American Revolution. SO YOU WANT TO BE A LIBRARIAN, by Sarah Leslie Wallace, surveys the work of the many kinds of librarians,,discusses the personal and professional qualifications needed to become a professional librarian, and the related jobs and opportunities in the book field. Juvenile Books I WILL ADVENTURE, by Eliz abeth Gray Vining. The author tells Master Talbot's exciting story against a meticulously researched background of Shake speare's England. EXTRA SPECIAL, by Janet Lambert. Another entertaining story about Ginger Johnston which will capture the full at tention of teen-age audiences. CRAZY KILL RANGE, by Rutherford G. Montgomery. A fast-paced story, rich in the de tail of the Nevada Mountain country. THE AMETHYST SUMMER, by Bianca Bradbury. An excellent story for older girls, told with understanding and humor, about one of the important facets WE WILL BE OPEN MONDAY CLOSED 4th OF JULY Enjoy Sunday Dinner With Us. American liecudq 308 East Main Street of growing up. HIGH SCHOOL BACKSTOP, by C. P. and 0. B. Jackson. The Jacksons' fans will find plenty of excitement and baseball play in this new sports adventure. OUR NATION'S CAPITAL, by Bernadine Bailey. LITTLE PEOPLE OF THE NIGHT, by Laura Bannon. Little Joe discovers the little people of the night ,as he goes for a walk with the cat in the moonlit meadow. BOOK OF HORSEBACK RIDING, by Gordon Wright, America's leading teacher of horseback riding with many valuable tips on the correct method of instruction for young people. THE GRANDMAMOSES STORYBOOK, by Nora Kramer. This is a superb collection of stories and poems with beautiful paintings by Grandma Moses. A DOG CALLED SCHOLAR, by Anne H. White. Scholar, a golden retriever, starts life with big feet and good intentions, and he grows up to both in this hilarious book THE KING'S PROCESSION, by James and Ruth McCrea. A pleasant story about a little boy and his faithful donkey, both of whom are honored by the King, (ages 4-8) those in grades 1 through 4 the requirement is to read 10 books with at least two on the Civil War, Second for those in the fifth grade and above read 20 books With I on the Civil War, and tilird, write a book report. The Children 's Room is open from 8:15 in the morning until 5 :30 in the afternoon. School Libraries Four school libraries have been opened in the city this summer, under the auspices of the Galesburg Public Library, with Miss Virginia Gustafson and Mrs. Mary Petrie serving as librarians. Anyone in the area of any four libraries may take advantage of this program. The libraries are open from 9 o'clock in the morning until noon and from 1 o'clock until 4 o'clock in the afternoon. The Allen Park Library is open on Monday, both morning and afternoon; the Bateman, both morning and afternoon on Tuesday; the Cooke library, Wednesday morning; the Douglas Library, Wednesday afternoon, and Silas Willard library Thursday, both morning and afternoon. History Traced by Essays t: ' m *4 OatesbufQ Register-Moil, Galesburg, III. Friday, June 28,1963 11 The Saturday Review; Ann Saffc nemann, librarian, Lawndale-Chf* cago Boys dubs, and tit Edith Stull, reading specialist and author. eceive ^Ja Summer Candle Care To keep candles from sticking together when stored, try waxed paper. Roll'each candle in the paper. This also should help them retain their shape, since the paper keeps them from running together. 'Books and Printing, A Treasury for Typophiles," edited by Paul Bennett, published by The World Publishing Co., pp. 430. This particular book "Books and Printing, A Treasury for Typophiles" edited by Paul A. Bennett perhaps may have limited appeal, yet anyone who is interested in books, with reference to design and type, will find it highly readable. Included in the series of essays is one by Ernest Elmo Calkins titled "The Book and the Job Print," in which he describes how he learned the printers trade and his apprentice days as a printer in' a "printing office, a long narrow room over a store." As is fitting the book begins with "The Story of the Alphabet, It's Evolution and Development" by Otto F. Ege. Subsequent | articles give information on matters typographic' and on books, their printing and some of the fascinating steps along the way. The author selected material which in his opinion would be appealing to the collector, printer, typographer and students. As there is a variance in subject matter, so there is a variance in type, which adds to the book's charm. The author is realistic in his approach, when he comments in the introduction, • that one can't "assume that every reader would, read every essay—hardly an attainable ideal," but one might read part of each essay. I.E.J. Bethel Shrine(Continued from page 10) man of shepherds of Vashti, Rock Island. Announcements were made of the Shrine ice cream social to be at the Warren Williams home, 1586 E. Main, July 27, with serving to start at 5 o'clock. The Masonic picnic will be July 8 at 6 o'clock. Ray Johnston spoke, followed with short talks by Mr. and Mrs. Pierson and Mrs. Cash. Monetary gifts from the Shrine were presented by Mrs. Cy Hammer and Warren Williams to Mrs. Cash, Mr. Johnston and Mrs. Manworren in honor of their supreme appointments, This was the last meeting of the Shrine until September. Basic to Fashion The three "ks" of fashion- Keep clothes neat, Keep clothes mended, Keep clothes clean, clean. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! liiiiuifimnnuiuiiuiiirMrniiiiu Dedicated to • reputation |or distinguished service in all religious 5 traditions. g W North Chamber* St, S GALESBURG, ILLINOIS | MUBUSKD 1922 = BOOKMARKS, such as the one shown above, will be given to children participating in the summer reading program being conducted at the Galesburg Public Library this summer. Each one, a different color, notes some special event about tie CivU War. Crumbed Carrots For a simple-to-fix, satisfying dish, try frying carrots. Just scrub carrots and cut into halves or quarters. Simmer about 10 minutes, in only enough water to cover then drain and coat with seasoned flour or bread crumbs. Fry in hot fat until tender and well-browned. READ THE WANT ADS! ' Six top Imrtors in the 18th annual Junior Book Awards are announced by Boys' Clubs of America. An Awards Committee of adults selected the six medal winners from twelve books recommended by boys who ranged in age from 7 to 17, members of Boys' Clubs, over the nation. History, biography, animals, foreign lands are represented among the six. The 1963 winners of Junior Book Award medals are: "America's First Army" by Burke Davis, photographs by John Crane, illustrated by Richard Stincly (Holt, Rinehart and Winston); "Robert Boyle, Founder of Modern Chemistry," by Harry Sootin (Franklin Watts); "The Early Eagles" by Frank Donovan (Dodd. Mead k Co.); "Owls in the Family" by Farley Mowat (Little, Brown and Company); "Stars Mosquitoes and Crocodiles The American Travels of Alexander Von Humboldt," selected and edited by Millicent E. Selsam (Harper and Row); "The Tide in the Attic" by Aleid Van Rhijn (Criterion Books). Runners-up and recipients of Junior Book Award Certificates are: "Climb To The Top" by Matthew Kostka (Doubleday & Company); 'Honker Visits the Island" by Doris Van Liew Foster, illustrated by Kurt Werth (Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co.); "Keeping up with the Astronauts" by Don Myrus (Grosset and Dunlap; "Raiders From the Rings" by Alan E. Nourse (David McKay Co.); The Story of Baseball by John M. Rosenburg (Random House); and "Sunnyvale Fair" DON'T GET MARRIED onord by Alice E. Goudey (Charles Scribner's Sons). Members of the Awards Committee were Eillen Lewis Buell of The New York Times Book Review; Lillian Gurney, former Director, Educational Department, The American News Company; Frank G. Jennings, New World Foundation, and editor at large, Almost Correct Although many labels read "wash and wear," the garments very often need pressing around the seams, collars and hems to keep them looking neat. READ THE WANT ADS I PENNEYS ALWAYS FIRUT QUALITY OPEN SATURDAY TIL 9 P.M. 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WHY CONTINUE WITH SMALL OBSOLETE REFRIGERATOR? BUY ONE LARGE ENOUGH FOR YOUR FAMILY NOW. DON'T WAIT UNTIL HOT WEATHER KNOCKS OUT YOUR OLD ONE. WE SERVICE WE FINANCE J RINGLIEN APPLIANCES/KITCHENS 425 East Main Street Dial 343*9900

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