MS n m 0.' a. '*• 'Walking Away" by EU«ab«th \V . throp; pub., Harper artd Roiv Inc.; ages 10 up. Emily looked forward each year to her summers on Uie farm with her adored grandfather, a secure world where everything was always the same —except for intriguing things like the dump heap, outside the Cranes* place. And she had talked in glowing terms to her adventurous friend Nina about the wonderful pond, the big barn, the trips to the village store — and the annual Barn Dance. She was sure that this summer was going to be the best ever because Nina was coming for a visit. But what Emily most valued—sharing her grandfather's thoughts and work and love of the land—was not what most interested Nina. And if Emily was disappointed that Grandfather didn't think much of their sleuthing game—Professor Higginbottom and "my dear Lans- dorff"—she was hurt that Nina seemed to find the farm and their neighbors a bit quaint. Emily had to admit with Grandmother that the farm was a bit more run-down this year, and she felt annoyed at Grandfather for letting things go— and for acting standoffish with ^ "Th(B kitchen In History" i^ribntr'a Son*. by MN^y HaMlion; pub., CharlM BRIDES DREAMLAND Where the loveliest weddings begin also the finest in wedding photography. Lowest prices around. Visit the "One Stop Shop" 444 If. Hendenon It. Ph. 343-MU NOTICE VICKI NEWBURGH Has Joined Our Staff At SIR PRISE BEAUTY SHOP 156 N. BROAD — 343-5522 No Appointment Necossary Walk-Int Accommodqtod the kitchen is the working eemer of the home, the most used room in the house, so it t9k just(fi«bly claim to be the most important," writes Molly Harrison in her book about kitchens. The author examines the influence of tha kitchen from prehistorie times to the present and provides a lo(ric at a tmique aspect of social history. The book contains 93 photographs and is illustrated throughout with line drawings of kitchen utensils and equipment from various periods. "The Kitchen in History" covers all aspects of the kitchen — architecture, furniture and equipment, the cooking, brewing, laundering, dairying, bottling, picking and cotintless other activities which have tdcen pliBce there. It also in eludes information on how the kitchen has influenced social at titudes. Every page in filled with fascinating lore about the daily lives of our ancestors. It is in teresting to note that consumerism was a matter of utmost concern to housewives as far back as the early 1300s, when bakers and butchers were severely punished for selling underweight or poor quality food. The book also includes some marvelous home remedies. Molly Harrison, a native of England, was for 28 years Curator of the Geffrye Museum in London where the exhibits are arranged in a series of period rooms. She has written and lectured extensively about domestic life and social history. In 1967 she was honored with an MBE from the Queen of Services to Education. "As I wrote The Kitchen in History," says Mrs. Harrison, "I became more .and more proud of the role that women have played for many centuries. The responsibilities and intiatives they have shown have rarely been appreciated." her guest. Then Grandfather got sick—and Nina's wildly dangerous, if exciting, acrobatic stunts on the weakened barn roof sent her back home in a plaster cast. "Things change," Grandfather had told Emily. And this was the summer which challenged Emily with a conflict of loyalties—and with her first painful awareness of time passing. Elizabeth Winthrop, a native of Washington, D.C., attended Miss Porter's School and received her B.A. from Sarah Lawrence College. She is an assistant editor in the children's book department of a major publisher in New York City, where she lives with her husband, Peter Mahony. She is also the author of a picture book, "Bunk Beds." PTA Sponsors A Book Fair Parents and friends attended the annual book fair and open house at Silas Willard School Monday evening, sponsored by The Parent Teacher Association. A large variety of books for readers of all ages was on display in the school gymnasium. Halls and classrooms were decorated with student work. Teachers remained in their classrooms to meet the parents. No formal business meeting was conducted. The m Teen Shelf . . . "If I tavi You, Am 1 Trapped Forever?" by M. E. K«rr! pub., Harper and Row Int.; ages 12 up. in this new novel by the author of the highly acelaimed "Dinl^ Hocker Shoote Smack!" the bewildering ways of love- its reversals and betrayals- lead a high school senior who knows all the answers to questioning all he knows. Alan Bennett considered himself "very handsome, very cool. Dynamite." And the arrival of Duncan Stein at Cayuta High SdHMl should not have made waves. Balding, antisocial, anti sports Duncan was immediate* ly nicknamed "Doomed." Yet it was Duncan who rejected Alan's gestures of friendship, Duncan who intrigued the whole school with his insane newspaper devoted to the Ideal of unrequited love, Duncan who started the run on anemones at the local florist's. And—incredibly—it was Duncan who took over Alan's girl. Nor was that the only upset in Alan's world. Tliere was the pain of meeting the father he had never known—and the attraction he came to feel for Duncan's beautiful mother. As Alan loses his girl, his cool and his equililnrium, his awareness of others and capacity for feeling deepen. Narrated in the first person, the story Alan set out to write "of a kid who moved to our town in my senior year" begins, in fact, the story of his own self-discovery. M. E. Kerr's first novel for young readers, "Dinky Hocker Shoots Smack!" was praised by The New York Times Book Review as a "brilliantly funny book that will make you cry. It is full of wit and wisdom and an astonishing immediacy that comes from spare, honest writing." Miss Kerr, a native of Auburn, N.Y., attended the University of M i s s o u r i. She spent some years in Brooklyn Heights and is now living on Long Island. If classic was the byword for fall ready to wear, classic elegance is the key to spring and summer in the fashion season ahead, says designer Ralph Lauren. Going By Books Helps New Cooks NEW YORK (UPI) - A bride who's never cooked before can teach herself with a new book series that's the next best thing to enrollfflent in a cooking school. The eight'-vOlume Set is sold in four4>ook Units. Each volume covers interrelated cooking methods and recipes, such as boiling, poaching and steaming, roasting and braising and souffles, mousses and creams. Sold only by mail order from the publisher, "Cooking Adventures With Michael Field" (Nel son Doubleday, Inc., Garden City, N. Y.) goes into detail in recipes, cooking methods and carving techniques. Illustrations include basic meat cuts, carving, unmolding aspic type dishes and trussing for poultry. Each book comes with a set of standard 4-by-6-inch index cards containing the recipes in abbreviated form to be used after a cook has familiarized herself with techniques described in the book. The author ran one of New York's most popular cooking schools until his death last year. The last two volumes in the series were prepared by Helen McCully, author and food editor of House Beautiful mag azine. Gotesburo Register-Mqjl, OolesbMrQ, III. Wednesdoy, April \B, 1973t>;15 Pleasant Surprise Consumers who complained about excessive, useless pack- aguig of perfumes and cosmetics were in for a pleasant sur prise this holiday season. Many firms packed their goods in reusable containers. Some of the nicer ones were silver baskets, sprmkling cans, jewelry cases and shiny pitchers. Tlw (tnilMPinff hnnkq havp h^pn I Ben Shecter. The Haunted Moun- ine loiiowing BOOKS nave oeenjj^,^ ^ j,^,,,^ Hunter. The sea- Thlng Child, by Russell Hoban. Witches, Pumpkins, And Grinning received at the GaleSburg Pub* lie Library, according to Mrs. Waiten Morris, librarian, ricttoii An Unsuitable Job tor A Woman, by P. D. James. Llmmerston Hall, by Heater Chapman. Rainbow For Clari, by Claire Blackburn. Totem Dream, by Alexander Knox. Calamity At Devil's Crossinjt, by Denver Bardwell. Weapon Heavy, by John Reese. The Bearer Plot, by Owen Sela. 71 Hours, by Michad Mason. She Unbetotten, by John Creasey. That's Me In The Middle, by Donald Jack. The Proud Flesh, by William Humphrey. Pure As A Lily, by Catherine Cookson. The Digger's Game, by George Higgins. Follow The Drum, by James Lessor. Come Winter, by Evan Hunter. Escape From Sonora, by Wni Bryant. Skip To My Loo, My Darling, by EUzabetti Otfutt Allen. Death In Tht Snow, by Richard Martin Stem. All Under Heaven, by Pearl S. Buck. Cain '67, by Johannes Slmmel. 3 Cheers For Me, by Donald Jack. Beginning With A Bash, by Phoebe Atwood Taylor. MON^CnON •The Uprooted, by Oscar Hand- lln. The Jesus People, by Ronald Enroth. Golden Islands Of The Caribbean, by Fred Ward. Keyboard Musicians Of The World, by Percy Young. Buffalo BiU, The Noblest Whlteskin, by John Burke. A Jane Austen Companion, by F. B. Pin- Ion, United States Stamps & Stories, by Scott Publishing Company. Free For Baby And Mother, by Mark Weiss. Helen Van Pelt Wilson's Own Garden And landscape Book. Practice For Navy's Bads Test Battery, by David Turner. American Primitives, by- Robert Miller. World Almanac, 197S. Beyond Science, by C. A. Burland. Living Around The Now Child, by Dan Woodward. 50 Modern American & British Poets, 1920-1970, ed. by Louis Untermeyer. A Housewife's Guide To Women's Liberation, by Elizat>eth Anticaplla. Area Handbook For Peru, by Thomas WeU. "Doctor Make Me Beautiful." by James W. Smith. The Basic Training Of Pavlo Hummel and Sticks And Bones, by David Rabe. Children Of Vietnam, by Betty Jane Llfton. Hagia Sophia, by Lord Kinross. A Farewell To Alcohol, by William Mcllwain. Clock Guide, by Robert Miller. Heirloom Treasures From Antique Tnmks, by Dorothy- mae Groves. REFERENCE Standard & Poor's Register Of Corporations. Directors And Executives, 1973. World Almanac, 1973. Bibliographic Index. 1972. Aftermath Of Colonialism, by Nancy Hoepll. JUVENILE Castle Merlin, by Ursula Williams. The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, by Barbara Robinson. If All The Seas Were One Sea, by Janina Domanska. Game For Demons, by Ghosts, Mr Edna Berth. The Legend Of The Palm Tree, by Margarleda Durae. Friday And Rdbinson, by Michael Tournier. My Father. The Coach, by Alfred Slote. Hosle's Alphabet, by Leonard Baskin. How I Went Shopping And What I Got, by Eleanor Clymer. Dinky Hocker Shoots Smack!, by M. E. Kerr. Arthur's Christmas Cookies._ by Lillian Hoban. 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