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fop and about Wc Nu-Comers Has Luncheon When a buffet luncheon was served members and guests of Civic Nu-Comers Tuesday afternoon at Holiday Inn, arrangements of glads and mums decorating the room were furnished by Mrs. Thomas Williams, hostess. The invocation was given by Mrs. John Hattery. Following the luncheon a business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Howard Tanner, president. New officers for the coming term were announced and approved and will be installed at the Oct. 15 luncheon to be,on the Knox College campus. New members present were Mrs. Charles Cashulette, Mrs. William Yaw, Mrs. James Swanson and Mrs. Harold Wickman. Guests introduced by Mrs. D. L. Mullin were the Mrs. Edward Carel, Mrs. James Wallace, Mrs. Bill Brown, Mrs. Walter Vineyard and Mrs. Nobel Thomas. Mrs. Wendell Farris reminded members of the Las Vegas Night party to be Sept. 21 at the Roy Smith barn. Cards were played at the meetings and prizes were won by Mrs. Peter Olson for bridge and Mrs. Don Roetefing for pinochle. Recognize Living Needs Before House Hunting URBANA—In house hunting, money matters. But no amount of money can make a good in vestment out of a house that doesn't suit your family's particular living needs, cautions Glenda Pifer, University of Illinois extension housing specialist. For this reason she recommends recognizing your family's specific needs and wants long before getting out the classified ads. This step saves you from getting side-tracked easily by unimportant or poor features. Miss Pifer points out that the amount and kind of space required for housing depend on the size and composition of your family, your family's living habits, activities you'll carry on in your household, space you need for furniture and your family's future housing needs. A good way to determine "your kind of house:" make a list of the rooms and storage areas you consider ' necessary for family activities. Three suggested headings for your list are: "working," "living" and "sleeping." Stor- omen Relate Vacation Activities at HEA Unit Meeting The first meeting of Unit 1, Knox County Homemakers Extension Association, was a renewal of friendships as members related their summer activities at roll call. Mrs. Henry Inness entertained the group in her home on the South Seminary Street Road and with her assistants, Mrs. Webster Gehring and Mrs. Charles Orcutt, served dessert. Mrs. Everett Taylor, home adviser, gave the major lesson on "How Do You Rate as a Shopper?" The minor lesson sheet on "History of the Home Bureau," was distributed by Mrs. Orcutt. Guests welcomed were Mrs. E. H. Black and Mrs. Roger L. Bow man. Mrs. Fairrus Potter, newly appointed assistant home adviser was introduced. Announce Year's Program "The World of Music In Peoria' 1 Is the slogan for the Amateur Musical Club of Peoria this year. The club begins its 86th season this year, bringing to its members from the city and central Illinois, another outstanding season of musical entertainment with its Artists' Concert series. On Nov. 6, at the Shrine Mosque, Van Cliburn, the world's most famous young pianist, will perform. On Jan. 28, 1964, Ma- zowsze (Polish National Ballet), a company of 100 singers, dancers and instrumentalists will present a concert. Saturday, March 21, 1964, will be the date for the concert by Henryk Szeryng, internationally famous violinist called "A Prince of the Bow." Then on April 14, 1964, the talented and glamorous Contralto Opera star Claramae Turner will conclude the season. Amateur Musical Club is open to all who love music. It offers to the public a carefully selected series of Artists' Concerts. There are senior memberships and junior memberships. Applications should be made to the Financial Secretary, Amateur Musical Club, P.O. Box 455, Peoria, Illinois. Tickets will be mailed for all four concerts as soon as applications are received. Designers Give Thunderbird New Look on Anniversary Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesburq, III, Friday, Sept. 20, 1963 17 (22) The 'Vertical' Courses By The Reading Laboratory, Inc. Written for Newspaper Enterprise Association On our last chapter we talked about history—how it moven and flows and how your studying must take this into account—how you develop a broad overview of history and then fit each smaller detail into the bigger movement. Today we've lumped together sociology, psychology, political science or civics, and economics.' THUNDERBIRD INTRODUCES NEW LOOK-Thc 1964 Thunderbird will have a new look this year, the fourth since Its Introduction to the public in 1954. The hood will be longer, and an intc- grated bumper and grille keynote the new appearance. Four Guests Attend Meeting When the publicity committee of the women of the Moose held a meeting at the home of the chairman, Mrs. Ray Van Hyning, 63 E. Mary, Wednesday evening, Mrs. Edward Church, Mrs. Frank McDowell, Dixie McDowell and Carol McDowell were guests. Plans were discussed for the candy booth for the November bazaar. Secret Pals were drawn for the coming year. Mrs. Reibert Stewart won the evening's prizes. After the close of the business meeting games were played and the hostess served refreshments. It was announced Mrs. Van Hyning will still take donations for juice for the Red Cross. Good Neighbor Club Assembles When the Good Neighbor Club members were entertained Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Earl Anderson, near Coldbrook, the president, roll call answered by giving the name and location of the first school attended. A short business meeting was held after which Mrs. Everett Bruington gave a memorial service for the late Mrs. Joe Sallee. Refreshments were served from a lace covered table centered with tall tapers, gourds and fig urines of water fowl. Section Four served. WOM Committee Discusses Project First meeting of the hospital committee, Women of the Moose, was Tuesday evening in the home of the chairman, Mrs. Ida Mathers, 531 E. Brooks St. Plans for a project were discussed and arrangements discussed for the annual Mooseheart bazaar to be later in the year at the Moose Lodge Home. Games were played following the business session and prizes were won by Mrs. James Anderson, Mrs. Barbara Smith and Miss Mary Ann Jostes. The special prize was awarded to Mrs. Harriett Paden. Mrs. Mathers was assisted by Mrs. Rex Lee in serving refreshments. Mrs. Desi McFarling was a guest. Burgess Group Elects Officers BURGESS — The new senior high school youth officers recently elected are: president, Douglas McCaw; vice president, Roger McCreight of Sunbeam Church and treasurer, Linda Gridley of Burgess. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Greer Sunday went to Hinsdale where he entered the Hinsdale Hospital for major surgery. age should be provided in each area. THOMAS PLUMBING - HEATING Complete Gas and Oil Heating Experts Installation - Service - ALL NEW 1964 MODELS OF ~ GAS FURNACES (ALL BELT DRIVEN BLOWERS) All Pricei Include Tax B2, 80,000 BTU input - only $125.94 B2, 100,000 BTU input - only 150.28 82, 125,000 BTU input - only 177.32 83, 125,000 BTU input - only 184.08 83, 160,000 BTU Input - only 251.68 B5, 160,000 BTU inpyt - only 265.20 84, 190,000 BTU input - only 309.19 85, 190,000 BTU input - only 321,85 Plan Hospital Party ALTONA—Plans were made at a recent meeting of the Mary- Martha Society to entertain a number of patients from Galesburg State Research Hospital Oct. 7. Rachael Unit will assist in the program. Mrs. Meta Olson presented a report on a recent party Thunderbird will offer its fourth new design in the 1964 models since the car was first introduced in 1954. The car has a longer hood and shorter rooflinc, with side panels highly sculptured. Headlights are spaced farther apart and set higher. The rear end has new rectangular taillights, set in the rear bumper. Styling in the inside is designed to give a cockpit appearance. Instruments are encased in separate pods, and major controls will be illuminated by a soft green light for nighttime operation. Retractable seat belts will make the outside belts disappear when not in use, but will be carried as an option. The console is built higher than in the 1963 models, and is covered with a foam-padded top to serve as an arm rest. The console compartment is illuminated for night use. The swing-away steering wheel and column are continued, but the wheel is of a new design, with a padded hub for additional safety. , The convertible for 1964 will have an all-vinyl, wrinkle resistant soft top, and the top lowers under the power-operated rear deck lid. Standard equipment on the T- bird includes the 390-cubic-inch V-8, power steering and brakes, wheel covers, padded instrument panel, windshield washer, clock, back-up lights, AM radio and remote control rear mirror. Options include an AM-FM radio, reclining passenger seat and headrest, power seats, power windows, rear seat speaker, air conditioning, wire wheels and a transistorized ignition system. Tires on the T-bird are 8.15x15. The tread and composition of the tires were especially developed for tiie car. This 10th anniversary Thunderbird will go on display Sept. 27. North Henderson Social Planned NORTH HENDERSON - Mrs. Sam Swanson entertained women for a coffee party Sept. 16 at her home. Mrs. Swanson is chairman of the North Henderson PTA ways and means committee. Guests were members of the committee. They completed plans for the ice cream social at the North Henderson Grade School Sept. 26. Serving from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Group Assembles For Fish Fry NORTH HENDERSON - Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Higgins, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Bowman, Fred Tornquist and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson with Mr. and Mrs. Rex Collins and daughters and Ed Collins of Table Grove attended a fish fry at Collins cabin near Oquawka Sunday. They helped Carl Swanson and Clarence Higgins celebrate their birthday anniversaries. Why do you think we did that? Can you see what they have in common, and how they differ from history? Stop for a minute and try to figure it out for yourself. And white you're at it. where should we place English literature — does it fit with today's groups? Have you floured it all out? If you haven't, keep on rending. English literature, of course, fits In with history, rather than with sociology and the other ones we'll he talking about here. Unless you're taking advanced courses in literary criticism, your English (or American) literature course is actually a history of literature. You're not learning how to write poetry, or really, what makes grcnt poetry, but you're learning who wrote what and when he wrote H. The development of history (and the history of literature) is, in a sense, a horizontal one. It flows and progresses from one point to the next, from one century to the next. But the development of sociology, psychology, political science and of economics is a vertical development. These subjects construct concepts anc then develop those concepts. Some illustrations will help Sociology defines the concept of group. The definition is (with variations) "an agglomeration of persons with a common basis for action." From this general concept, one can work down (vertically) to regional groups, or people that live in the same geo graphic area, then to purposefu groups, or people who arc working to achieve a common end Got thla quick roliof. Lifts ijhoe prenauro, Boolhos find cushions the sonaiti vo spot. Ask for tbo Bunion sizo. 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Again, from (his general concept, you can work down to various types of defense mechnnism — obsessive- compulsive, phobias, withdrawal, etc. Economics, after defining, for instance, the Law of Diminishing Returns will apply the general law to specific cases, e.g., will a progressive tax structure (one that hits t h c higher income brackets harder than the lower brackets) discourage business investment? What's the best way of handling these subjects? You've probably figured It out. When you rjvef* view the unit or the chapter, or even when you're listening to tlttr lecture, you have to get the thtft nition of the general concept that's being dealt with. Only at* ter you've understood the general concept of "group," of "defense mechanism," or "government bf compact," only then will you concern yourself with details and thi particular applications of the con* cept. Don't get tied up in details until you know what you're talking about. (NEXT: niology, a bird of ft different feather.) Vacationer Returns To Swan Creek Home SWAN CREEK - Rev. Edith Swope returned to Swan Creek recently after vacationing in California. .She visited Disneyland, Marineland and other scenic spots. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bradley attended the 50th anniversary celebration of the Rosevillc High School class of 1913 at Eldridge Park Sunday. Do FALSE TEETH Reek, Slide or Slip? FASTEETH. ftn improved powder to ho sprinkled on upper or lower plated, holds fa Mo teoth more flrmly In placo. Do not slide, slip or rock. No Kiitnmy, eoofiy. pasty taate or feeling.FA9TEETH Isntknllne (norl­ and J. Docn not sour. Checks *"plati» odor breath". Get FASTEETH at drug counters everywhere. 5SS VALUMtW&t Hithhg to boy! NMitgM^ MAKE THE LAWN-BOY 4-WAY FINGER-TtP TEST! 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