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28 Gdlesbura'ReaistefrMqij, Qqjesburg, I[1, Wednesday, Sepf, 18,1963 Golesburp Regisfer-MoiL Golesburg, 111. Wednesday, Sept, 18,1963 29 to prepare for essay tests. If you summarize everything that you study, you'll have no trouble writing clear, concise essay answers. To show how a summary works, let's outline this article, then make a summary from the outline. L Summaries are powerful study tools. 1.1 Must stale main idea 1.11 Aid comprehension 1.2 Musi, be brief 1.21 Aid retention 1.3 Must be in your own words 1.31 Develop language facility 1.4 Must be logical 1.41 Presuppose outlining ability Using the outline, we can make a summary: "By developing the ability to construct, in your own words, brief, comprehensive and logical summaries of textbook chapters or lectures, you will have taken a long step toward better comprehension, surer retention and more skillful writing." As your summarizing and outlining skills develop, mental summaries, rather than written, will suffice. (NEXT: How to study history.) (20) A Powerful Study Tool By The Reading Laboratory, Inc. Written for Newspaper Enterprise Association WE'VE discussed reading outlines which organize the Ideas of t textbook chapter or any piece of writing in a logical order. They ire tools for analyzing the thought structure of prose. The ideas are not arranged in the order of presentation of the text; the most important idea must appear first' in the outline, no matter where it appears in the text. Practice outlining. When you read a newspaper, outline one of the editorials. It'll only take a couple of minutes, and you'll be developing the ability to think logically. The logical thinker never has any trouble in school. As your skill in outlining develops, you'll be ready to try .summarizing. Skillful summarizing presupposes outlining skill. You must be able to arrange ideas logically before you can make short, accurate summaries. Summaries are powerful study tools. If you can summarize a textbook chapter, you can be sure that you've understood it. A summary must contain the main idea of a text, it must be brief and it must be in your own words. Summarizing is a great aid to retention. If, for instance, you've capsulized an entire lecture into a few, well-chosen words, you can be sure you'll never forget that lecture. To a skillful reader, summarizing is an automatic process; it's part of reading. As he reads, he maintains a running summary in his mind. When he finishes reading, the summary is complete and retention is assured. Summarizing also develops facility. As you practice summarizing you'll learn bow to manipulate words — how to make one or two short paragraphs do the work of an entire textbook chapter. This is a point that can't be overemphasized. The ability to write, to express your thoughts clearly and succinctly is the ability that separates the sheep from the goats in college. More to the point, as you progress through school you'll find that more and more of your tests will be essay tests. Summarizing practice is the best way by far Chilling Develops Salad Flavor Baked Ham ' Big Georgia Potato Salad Celery and Carrot Sticks Rolls Fresh Fruit and Cookies Beverage Big Georgia Poteto Salad 2 quarts diced cooked potatoes (about 4 pounds) 2 cups thin celery crescents 1 jar or can (4 ounces) pimientos, drained and diced Vi cup finely diced onion % cup diced drained sweet pickles % cup sweet pickle juice 2 tablespoons prepared yellow mustard 1 cup mayonnaise . Salt and white pepper Sprinkle potatoes with celery, pimientos, onion and pickles. In a small bowl stir together the pickle juice and mustard; gradually stir in mayonnaise; add to potatoes and other ingredients. Mix lightly but thoroughly, adding salt and pepper to taste. Chill several hours or overnight (in covered container) to allow flavors to blend. Makes 12 servings. Easy Applique! 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Births reported were Tammy Jo to Mr. and Mrs. Hud fferrin, Troy [van to Mr. ;md Mrs. I.rroy Roberts, Bryan Melvin to Mr. and Mrs Gary Shaffer. Valerie Lynn to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hollnwny, Jenny Leo to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Powell, Jacqueline Kay to Mr. and Mrs, Jack Bechtel and Warren Leo to Mr. and Mrs. Warren Utsinger. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Runk and Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stevenson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Keener, Murray and Steven Bartlett, Cuba; Maxinc and Donald How- ertcr, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Burkhead and family, Canton; Mr. and Mrs. George Fisk, Astoria; Mrs. Dorcas Farwcll, Bushnell, and Mrs. Idella Gaffncy and family, Pitlsfield. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Steenrod and Kenneth, Mary and Clifford Wright, Mrs. liazcl Everett and family, Miss Shirley Utsinger, Peoria; Donald Utsinger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Corsaw and family, Glasford; Sharon Hag- gcrty, Smithficld; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Utsinger and Eugene, Prairie City. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Utsinger and Marvin, Avon. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bnwcn and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mahr and family. June and Randy Stoneking, Marion Buchen, Ellisville; Mr. and Mrs. Lorcn Utsinger and Lurene, Dallas City; Keith Utsinger, Albuquerque, N .M.; Roger Taylor, Chicago; Bunny Zweifel, New Jersey; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Mahr and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howerter, Fairview. The next reunion will be held the second Sunday in September at the Wiley church. READ THE WANT ADS I Toulon Rosary Society Plans For Benefit TOULON -- The Altar and Rosary Society of St. John's Catholic Church of Toulon held the opening meeting of the season at the home of Mrs. Lucy Sharkey, with Miss Pauline Allen as co- hostess Sept. It. Mrs. Bernadette Rcdiger gave the invocation. Plans were discussed for a coffee and bake sale in October. Announcement was made of the sewing circle meeting Sept. 30 at the home of Mrs. Ella Silliman. Reports were given on the annual convention of DCCW in Peoria. Mrs. Anne Day reported on charities and Mrs. Ella Silliman on library and literature. An Ohio State fullback has been the rushing leader in Big Ten football in four of the past five years. Bob Ferguson led the conference twice and Dave Francis and Bob White once each. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! OUT OF THE COKN—Buddy Ebsen, right, sheds his corny hill' i billy Linage to play the role of ait ex-lawman La a new film, j "Mail Order Bride." He as shown here with Keir Puilea as the i pair team*' up (or g shoot-out with cattie thieve*.