Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 5, 1963 · Page 14
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 14

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, September 5, 1963
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12 (SojisburflRegister-MaiLJjaksburg, ill. Thursday, Sept, 5 f 1963 l( 11) Survey and Resurvey l By The Redding Laboratory, Inc. I Written tor Newspaper Enterprise Association - Perhaps this article should be called "survey and resurvey and resurvey and resurvey.*' Because that's just the way to handle a textbook chapter. After you've surveyed the textbook and the first unit of the book, you're ready to start on the' first chapter. Begin with a rapid 'survey of the main ideas in the ^chapter: read the summary if there is one; look at the maps' ;and graphs; read the picture cap- •tions and read the largest size bold type. Even If your chapter is 50 pages, it won't take you more than 5 or 10 minutes to survey for the main idea. > Stop for a minute after the first survey and try to place the chap- tcr into the context of the book as "a whole. Ask yourself how im- ,'portant the chapter Is, what {effects the material will have on the development of subsequent chapters. Then survey again. Cover all of the bold print this time. You'll begin to get a stronger grasp of the main ideas; it'll only take another couple of minutes. And then survey again, just reading the first sentences of each para- Fer Shoppers Convenience OPEN Every FRIDAY NIGHT 'Til 7 P.M. SCANDIA BAKERY ft LUNCH 326 E. Main St. graph. You'll start to pick up the secondary ideas. After your third survey, skim through the entire text very rapidly. Don't pay much attention to details; just get a stronger picture of the subordinate thought flows. Be sure you place them m the context of the main ideas. One more skimming is all that's necessary. This time make a light pencil mark next to important details that may require memorisation before an exam. And that's all there is to It. Notice, yon should never read through every word of the chapter from beginning to end. Chances are, that kind of reading will take a long time and get you confused; you'll end up with a maze of facts and no idea what the entire chapter Is about. But by surveying the chapter several times, digging a little deeper each time, you'll always get a clear picture of everything in the chapter. By working from the very general down to the very particular, you'll get every fact in its proper place. Comprehension and retention will be no problem. Most students find they can get through a chapter faster this way, too. You can survey five or sfac times in the time it takes to plod through word-by-word. So you get better comprehension and you save time. Let's sum up the method: • For main ideas — maps, FRIGIDAIRE ELECTRIC RANGE SUMMER CLOSE OUT SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox "Ytt, my boy l» working in Washington now. In fact, soma of his best friends are classified!" graphs, picture captions, chapter summary and largest bold type. • For stronger grasp of main idea — all bold type. • To pick out subordinate thoughts — first sentence of each paragraph. • For stronger grasp of subordinate thoughts — skim through body of text, ignoring details. • For complete comprehension — skim again, checking off details that may require memorization. (NEXT: How to use maps and graphs.) The finest Frigldalre range advancements in a compact 30" Including See -Level Oven with exclusive Glide-Up Door. 30" Modtl RCIB-635 _ New FRIGIDAIRE fd^o Most glamorous ranges ever.,, Looks built-in yet installs in minutes! The new FLAIR models glorify any kitchen with built-in glamour. And this compact 30" electric range makes petite kitchens the more precious. Just slide a FLAIR (cabinet and all) into the place of your present range. Incredible? 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Group Attends Trail Ride NEW WINDSOR - New Windsor was represented at the annual 100-mile trail rode at Shawnee National Forest in Southern Illinois this week. The following, taking their own horses, left New Windsor Sunday: Percy Streeter and daughter Susan, Myron Hickok, Clayton Shull, Wayne Lutrell, Otis Norris, Glen and Ralph Tomlinson. The following were from Sherrard: Vergil Forsyth, Edward Sims and Ed Sims Jr. and Eloise Catlett. Quotes From Today's News (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.) By United Press International MONTGOMERY - Alabama Gov. George Wallace, after Birmingham's racial riot in which one Negro was killed and at least four persons were hurt: "I am sorry the situation arose that such were the results." WASHINGTON - Sen. John J. Williams, R-Del., in announcing his support of the nuclear test ban treaty: "I think our position is adequately protected." BELGRADE - The official Yugoslav Communist party newspaper, on Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev's visit: "It was" a new significant step which fully shows the real and sound foundation of friendly relations between Yugoslavia and Russia." LOS ANGELES—Billy Graham, speaking at the Memorial Coliseum during his current evangelistic crusade: "Thousands of people today are too busy with the cares of life, with the problems of every-day living, to give any thought to God and the church." Tradition RUTLAND, Vt. (AP) - When Madelyn Stafford was graduated from Middlebury (Vt.) College, she was the third generation of her family to receive a bachelor's degree from that institution. Her grandfather, the late Bert Stafford, graduated from Middlebury in 1901. Her father, Congressman Robert T. Stafford, a trustee of the college, was graduated in 1935. And her mother is also an alumna, class of 1938. 341.9317 Main and Cherry Alpha Group Posts Meets ALPHA — Oxford Legion Auxiliary will meet for its opening meeting of the season Sept. 11 at 8 p.m. at the Legion Home with Mrs. Marie Strandberg, Mrs. Richard Johnson, Mrs. Wilbur Gainey and Mrs. Lottie Spore as hostesses. Three circle meetings of the Methodist Church are scheduled to meet for the fall season next week. Charity circle will meet Sept. 12 at 9:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Florence Cole With Mrs. Douglas Plunkett assisting hostess. Faith circle will meet Sept. 12 at 9:30 a .m. at the home of Mrs. Fred Molberg with Mrs. Oscar Wing assisting. Hope circle will meet Sept. 12 at 8 p.m. at the church with Mrs. Edna Bredburg and Mrs. John Whimpey as hostesses. Alpha News Notes Mr. and. Mrs. Larry Lover idge and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swanson spent the weekend holi day at the Lake of the Ozarks. Larry Kling returned last week from spending the summer with his brother Onalee Kling and family at Sheboygan, Mich. His mother drove up there for the weekend and brought Larry home. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Jordan of Des Moines visited over Saturday night at the Gene Jordan home. Mrs. Leotus Temple and Mrs. Nancy Temple came Sunday from Moravia, Iowa, for a few days visit at the Jordan home. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Padavich of Brookfield spent the weekend holiday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Padavich Sr. Dan and Paul Wujack of Short Hills, N.J., who had spent the summer here at the Max Briggs farm home returned Sunday to their home. Briggs and Mrs. Paul Shinn drove them back to their home. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McLaughlin and daughter Janet and Karen returned Saturday from a 10-day trip to Fargo, N.D., and in Northern Michigan. En route home, they visited the Paul Weir family in Defiance, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Peterson and family visited Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Ida E. Peterson at Oneida. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chamberlin and family of Chicago were callers Sunday at the Roland Frenell home. Hosts to Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson entertained relatives at a potluck dinner Saturday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hamrick and family of Princeton; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nelson of Altona; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hjertstedt and family of Sheffield; Mr. and Mrs. Owen Carlson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Carlson and son David of Rio and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Johnson and family and Mrs. Stella Carlson. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Streed returned home Saturday from a week 's vacation spent camping at New Boston. Mrs. Pearl Firch spent Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Wildermuth at Geneseo. Mickey DeMeulenaere of DaVr enport spent th« weekend with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Luther McNeil. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Swanson and daughter Susan of Pekin and Mrs. Olaf Wing were Sunday guests at the Oscar Wing home. Mrs. Charles Buell of Geneseo is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Sidney Cole and family. Maquon Home Hosts Dinner Guests MAQUON—Mr. and Mrs. Bert Faucon and Alberta were hosts Sunday at a family dinner in their rural home. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pollock and children Brenda and Kevin Ross of Newport New)s, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moats and son Roy, Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. John Moats and son Greg, Rockford; Mrs. Lucille Swartout and daughter Catherine of Galesburg and Rev. and Mrs. Ira Moats. In the afternoon the Rev. Mr. Moats baptized his great-grandson Kevin Pollock. North Henderson Home Greets Joliet Family NORTH HENDERSON — Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Tyrrell and family of Joliet visited a few days the past week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Tyrrell. Emery Bellinger is a patient at Cottage Hospital, where he en tered Sunday for tests and ob servation. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson vis ited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs George Lewis near Roseville. 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