Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 3, 1973 · Page 15
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, May 3, 1973
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^}or Ones Own J /QuLd w '•run With AppHgue" by Mr» SUveratein; pub., Charles Scrlb- n«r's Sons. Applique stitchery, which is closely related to patchwork, is the art of cutting out fabric or fabrics in different shapes and sewing them to another fabric which serves as a background, pften these cutouts are over- embroidered with, stitchery, In "Fun With Applique," Mira Silverstein provides an introduction to this art. "No other form of art needle work leaves so much room for creative expression as applique stitchery," says Mrs. Silverstein. "The rules are few and flexible. "Materials are inexpensive and fun to acquire . : You make your own rules and your own discoveries. It is a beautiful experience." Guide Offers Good Advice "How to Hold a Garage Sale" by James Ullman; pub., Charles Scribner's Sons. People everywhere are discovering that garage sales are a profitable way to dispose of un wanted household goods. In How To Hold A Garage Sale, James Michael Ullman tells you everything you need to know to make your sale a success. This com prehensive guide offers helpful advice on every aspect of the sale — from the earliest planning stages to removing the signs after the sale is over. The book contains hints about organizing, advertising, pricing, joint sales, and security, and points out errors commonly made by people who are holding a sale for the first time. It will be invaluable to the beginner, and even the "old hand" will welcome its clear and helpful advice. James Michael Ullman was born in Chicago and graduated from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. A former newspaperman and the author of a number of mystery novels, he is a confirmed garage-sale enthusiast. He lives with his wife Shirley in Park Ridge. The book is illustrated with diagrams and many photographs in both color and black and white. It includes step-by- step instructions for many things to make — from patchwork quilts and Wall-hangings to pillows and simple decorations for clothing. Mira Silverstein was born in Rumania and educated in Bucharest where she prepared for career in music education. She has lived in the United States since 1940. For a time she was a guitar teacher specializing in folk music in a children's workshop. Needlecraft, however, has always been one of her specialties. She began doing needlepoint when she was five years old and it was a required subject throughout her school years. She had excellent teachers who encouraged her to make her own designs and ex periment with new ideas. Her work has appeared in "House & Garden" and "Seventeen's Make It" and she is currently at work on a new book Bargel lo Plus, which Scribners will publish in the fall. She and her husband have four children and make their home in Great Neck, N. Y The Child's Shelf... "A»lo th« Dandy Lion" by Morri* Lurle, Illustrator, Richard Sawersp Saweri; pub., McGraw-Hill. Arlo could hardly believe his eyes; there, deep in the jungle, was a trunk, crammed full of elegant and stylish clothes, everything a gentleman could possibly want. There was even a mirror. The inevitable happened. Arlo became a Dandy Lion, what else. His parents and brothers greeted him with hoots of laughter, but one person did share Arlo's high opinion of his appearance, Alexander Poppel- hoop, the famous big game hunter. Before Arlo knew what was happening he was in, London in a zoo, basking in the admiration of an enormous crowd. But later he discovered the penalties of fame and the advantages of following the normal pursuits of lions. Even though it's written for readers from 5 to 8, it's fun to read, and the book is full of colorful illustrations. I.E.B. Attend Conclave Lewistown Rebekah Lodge entertained District 11 officers Friday evening at the Odd Fellows Hall. Vesta Lodge members attending were Mrs. Jemima Fuller, courtesy committee; Mrs. Maxine Kraus, past district president; Mrs. Thomas Sepich, state of the order, and Mrs. Wilda Ayers, past state president of Illinois patriarchs militant, who received grand honors. Each was presented a gift. Also attending were Mrs. Geraldine Steele, pianist, and Mrs! Maud Ryan, district treasurer. Mrs. Frances McCone, district president of Ellisviile, was presented the coin collection. A social hour followed the meeting. Refreshments were served from tables decorated in lavender. "Today Is Not My Birthday" by Marguerite Rudolph; illustrated In two colors by Linda Strauss Edwards; pub., McGraw Hill. The two colors are pink and brown for this book which is perfect for every small boy or girl who can't wait for his or her own birthday to happen. The book is based on a day that is not Henry's birthday, but his brother's. The solution to Henry's situ ation makes an excellent sur prise for the reader. "Magnify and Find Out Why" by Julius Schwartz: Illustrator, Richard Cuffari; pub., McGraw- Hill. In this guide, the author describes the many unseen worlds that become visible through magnifying glass. Young readers will find this book to be an excellent introduction to the use of magnifying glasses. There are many things the readers may investigate for in stance: secret marks on coins and bills, the colored grains of sand on the beach, the tiny cubes of salt grains, the hook like barbs on cockleburs, the colored specks in a person's iris, the cellulous threads in paper, the tiny holes in sponges or snowflakes. Schwartz has been the Mc Graw-Hill science consultant for a number of years. If you have a shady area in your yard consider planting tuberous begonias. Subject Is Housewares Golesburg Register-Mail; Gglesburg, Thursday, May 3, 1973 15 £$ooh& ^^dded to <J&bram Sited „ "The Housewares Story—A History at the American House­ wares'* by Earl Lifshey; pub., National Housewares Manufacturers Association. The complex development and] organization of an industry that represents the diversity of all America is traced by Earl Lifshey in this well-illustrated book. The story deals with people, products and ideas of an industry that has grown to be a $15 billion economic giant. Parallel to the story of the industry is the story of the ever-growing standard of living and a chronicle of those manufacturers and merchandisers who helped bring it about. Housewares is preeminently an industry that builds — and rebuilds — a better mousetrap. The following books k vere re ceived at the Galesburg Public Library, according to Mrs. Warren Morris, librarian. rtcTfon The Hubschmann Effect, by Patrick MeMahon. The Raihblfd Pattern, by Victor Canning. The Star Road, by Gordon Dickson. The Ghost Flowers, by Margaret Summerton. The Holiday Friend, by Pamela Hansford Johnson. The Inner Steps, by Sara Cardiff. Power Play, by John Craif. A* Prayer For The Ship, by Douglas Reeman. The Princess Stakes Murder, by Kin Piatt. Dear Laura, by Jean Jtubbs. Blackatone, by Richard Falkirk. Deadly Legacy, by William Arden. Masquerade In Venice, by Velda Johnston. Dr. Block And The Human Condition, by Marjorie Lee. MOH-FICflON Psychic People, by Eleanor Touhey Smith. Max Ernst. The Rape Of The Taxpayer, by PhlUp Stern Extrasensory Perception, ed. by retry, Atlantic To The Mississippi, ed. by Constance Greiff. States Of Ireland, by Conor Cruise O'Brien. No Neu tral Ground, by Joel Carlson. The Low Blood Sugar Cook Book, by Francyne Davis. That Championship Season, by Jason Miller. Roses, by James Underwood Crockett. Vitamin E For Ailing And Healthy Hearts, by Wilfrid Shute. How To Select Undervalued Stocks, by Robert Peisner, REFERENCE Camper's Guide To Area Camp- rounds, 1973. The Power Of The neering-Boy Scouts of America. Flash The Dash, by Don Freeman. Fog, by Mildred Lee. Coin'dolleet- ing As A Hobby, by Burton Hobson. The Marrow Of The .World, by Ruth Nichols. Captains Of The City Streets, by Esther Averlll. Gertrude Schmeidler. Days Of Sat ness, Years Of Triumph, by Geof frey Perrett. Highlights Of Th< World Series, by John Durant Of The America's Quarter Horses, by Paul Laurie. Camper's Guide To Area Campgrounds, 1973. Captain Bllgh And Mr. Christian, by Richard Hough. Lost America From The 'entagoh, by Congressional Quar terly. Woodall's Trallering Parks & Campgrounds, 1973. Education For A NaUon, by Congressional Quarterly. Woodall's Mobile Home & Park Directory, 1973. Northern Ireland: Half A Century Of Partition, ed. by Richard Mansbach. JUVENILE Teacher's Pest, by Norah Samar ldge. Hot Rodding For Beginners, by I, G. Edmonds. When The Dinosaurs Disappeared, by Rosalie Davidson. Fish And Wildlife Man agement-Boy Scouts of America. Julie Of The Wolves, by Jean Craighead George. Adventures With Elsie, by Lee David Hamilton. Metal & Wire Sculpture, by Elmar Gruber. The Excretory System, by Alvln Silver-Stein. Metals Engl Card Parties NEWCOMER^ Newcomer Club afternoon bridge was Tuesday at the Home Savings and Loan' Association where Mrs. Jean Kim* ble was the hostess. Winners were Mrs. George Gerstenberger, first; Mrs. James Whitman, second J Mrs. Albert Overton, third, and Mrs. William Warner, fourth. Guests were Mrs. PaulXersch and Mrs. Leland Peine."' mm PRINTED & SOLID DOUBLE KNITS Great for Mother and Daughter t'l i k 1 ... and at n really greut prit.' IU0 Polyester double knit'., in splashy prints and sporty fashion solids, 60 ' wide, Mc LII in c wash n 88 NOVELTY PIQUES The fashion fabric for all reasons, from active sportswtar to summer evening ( wearl 100% cotton in now solid colors 45" wide mochine wash n* dry. 88 YD. BOXES Wooden [to design, and alwayi so stylish! Decoupagi ox bags excellently and crafted from the finest wood available.! SPORTSWEAR PRINTS 45" WIDE 50% FORTRE/POLY. 50% COTTON PERMA PRESS $ 1.79 » PERMA PRESS PORTSWEAR Specially for the active Mom! 100% cotton, boldly printed or sporty fashion solids. It's 45" wide, and wash and wear. 99 YD. CUTTING BOARDS 40" *70" $127 CREPE PRINTS Soft and supple lightweight crepe, in brightly colored prints, Lots of Spring florals! 45" wide, machine wash n' dry, per ma press. yd (O )'H -jflc' 1904 N. HENDERSON — Ph. 342-8231 Store Hours: Mon., Tues., Wed. Tours. & Sat. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sunday 12 a.m. - 5 p.m. — Fri. 10 a.m. - 9 pji^ ill Easy-Core Stretch Sets For Active Girls Big Girls . Regular $3.49 These two - way stretch nylon short .stets leapfrog, hopscotch, sommersault. f^he solid color shorts and color-cued striped tank tops stretch up-down-sideways; for a girl's action. And they are easycare and machine washable for Mom. So whdt- ever qction your girl is into, get into action while these stretch sets are sale priced. Sizes small (2 to 3), medium ;(4 to 5), large (6 to 6x) for little girls, sizes 7 to 14 for bigger girls. Regular $4.49 "PRETTY PLUS" Sizes 8]/ 2 to }6Yi _ $3.97 Misses' and Children's Fabric Oxfords PAIR Polyester and cotton uppers, crepe rubber soles, sponge cushioned insole, built-in arch support. Choose white or navy in misses sizes 12V2 to 3. Children's sizes 5 to 12 in red or navy. Stock up now for summer. HlflllllniMi"" CHARGE IT on Sears Revolving Charge M.u.iMUIIlH

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