Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 21, 1963 · Page 43
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 21, 1963
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44 Galesburg Register-Mail, Ggjesburg, Wed., Aug. 21, 1963 New Games Teach and Are Fun for All Youngsters Children who acquire early the habit of enjoying learning have a prime advantage in achieving success in school. Hie importance of associating the acquisition of knowledge with pleasure is 8 psychological factor that is getting increasing attention from modern educators, reports Dr. Emma Sheehy, of Toy Guidance Council. Increasing emphasis is being placed on home recreatonal activities which are integrated closely with the basic curriculum to help kindle children's enthusiasm for mastering the 3 R's and learning about geography and science. For kindergartners and primary grade youngsters there are a va* riety of new games keyed to make learning enjoyable through competitive play during home recreation hours. Typical of this new approach to making learning enjoyable is a new series of Creative Activity games such as Play Your Way Around the World. This is keyed to the thrill of global travel that intrigues all youngsters' imaginations. Competition is keyed to an- Rent Electric Carpet Shampooer FOR ONLY s i Now you can rent the new Blue Lustre Electrio Carpet Shampooer tor only $1 per day with purchase of famous Blue Lustre Shampoo. Save big with this easy to use "do It yourself" equipment. You'll be amazed with the new look of your carpeting. Available at swering 550 different kinds of questions with fast moves to far countries as the reward for correct answers. Correct Answer? There's an Ans-O-Rama which when dialed according to a code indicates in a flash whether correct answers have been given to any 6f the hundreds of questions'. The playing field is a large plastic map of the modern world which may be spread out con* veniently on the floor or a table. LEARNING IS FUN with games such as this one from a new series of Creative Activity games. This one, Indian Pow Wow, is played with stand-up cutouts of authentic Indian figures, an inlaid puzzle map showing the areas of Indian culture and a booklet about the American Indian. Quiz areas cover history, geography, famous people, sports, etc. The winner is the first to travel all around the world with a series of correct answers as "the ticket." A naval strategy game, Broadside, replays the naval engagements of the War of 1812 and Battlecry provides competitive opportunities for restaging the conflicts of the Civil War. All of these games are accompanied by outlines of the history of the conflicts upon which the game competition is based. Go To The Head Of The Class is a classic favorite now available in an 11th edition with questions keyed to 3 different age levels so Cruisin' Angels MILWAUKEE (AP) -One of Milwaukee's most active hot rod clubs meets in a church hall. The Rev. James Groppi, as sistant pastor of St. Veronica's Catholic Church, offered the rodders use of the hall and the club, in turn, has held three annual car washes on the church lot, with the proceeds going to the church building fund. Name of the club: The Cruisin' Angels. all the family can play together. The board is a classroom and playing pieces are pupils. EASY ' TERMS I Compliment to Your Love contemporary collection DIAMOND RINGS STUNNING SOLITAIRE *119.00 CMet of UK WNta at Y«!tew Cold 241 E. MAIN Galesburg, 111. I JEW EWELERS For Quiet Riding COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - City utilities director C. Howard Johnson Jr., who says "the world we live in is noisy enough," has taken steps to tune out portable radios on city buses. Signs have appeared in the Columbus Transit Co.'s 267 buses, requesting passengers not to play portables. "1 think most people will cooperate," Johnson says. If the request approach doesn't work, Johnson adds, it will be made a flat rule, and violators could be told to get off. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Old Milwaukee i beer in . _ TAPTOP cans! 6-pak AD PRICES GOOD THROUGH AUGUST 23. STIVE'S DRIVE-IN LIQUORS 871 N. PRAIRIK S42-M16 GALISIURO DRIVE-IN LIQUORS tin N. HENDERSON S4MI1S AMPLE PANDNQ WINDOW SERVICI GIRLS'ANKLETS 1 Sizes 7 to 8 '/i —special pairs 88' Famous Morpul, combed yarn triple roll anklets at a saving. GIRLS' ADORABLE HI-STYLED SCHOOL DRESSES Pictured it a grey suiting look cotton drten vtiih dropped waist and contrasting trim. Also barber shop shirt with solid color skirt that has removable suspenders. Many other high fashion styles in excit* ang cotton fabrics... Plaids, prints and solids... Sizes 7 to 14. Girls' 3-14 SCHOOL DRESSES $ 5°° for large assortment of girls fine quality dresses in solids, checks, or plaids. All sizes. Girls' Sizes 4 to 14 RAINCOATS $^88 Many are reversible. Solid colors or plaids. Regular $7.95 and $8.95. GIRLS' SCHOOL BLOUSES A!) tho New Styles ,|08 Embroidered striped shirt with roll-up sleeves and novelty pin at neck. White with grey, red or blue. Also many other new fall styles to choose from. Sizes 7 to 14, Boys' Double Knee DUNGAREES $166 GIRLS' AIL WOOL SKIRTS Sfifch Down Pleats 98 Boys sizes 4 to 14. Huskys and slim. 10% oz. sanforized cotton, fine weave blue denim. Western cut. Pictured is one of the high lights in our girls' skirt selection. It's a stitched down all wool pleated style in colors of grey, red and new blue. Sizes 7 to 14. Boys' Tailored CAMPUS SLACKS $ 3°° Regular $3.98 fine quality cotton twill slacks in sizes 6 to 12. All the wanted colors. CLASSIC ORLON SWEATERS Color Coordinated '2" Sketched above is our classic orlon acrylic short sleeve pullover sweater in dyed to match coordinated colors of vicuna, red and new blue. Sizes 7 to 14. Boys' All Cotton Sweat Shirts $|44 Zipper front or crew neck pullover. Sizes 4 to 12. Many colors to choose from. Regular $1.98. GIRLS' COORDINATED SPORT SETS Style cis Pictured $398 Novelty wool basket weave solid coordinate set. Popover | buttons down back. Skirt is pleated. Red or blue. Sizes 7 to 14. Boys' Sizes BV2 to 11 Crew Socks J prir for The Four Season socks. All cotton softspun. Perfect, all-purpose sock. Special for back to school.

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