Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 28, 1963 · Page 11
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, September 28, 1963
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Kii'kwood Residents Tour in West KJRKWOOD-Mrs. C. N. Press and Susan left by special train from Monmouth Sept. 20 on a conducted tour to Denver, Colo. There were 22 coaches on the train with people from many Northeastern states, as well as from the Midwest. They were taken on a tour of the mountain region around Denver Saturday by bus, and, when they reached the highest point of elevation which was over 14.000 feet, they ran into a snowstorm. Sunday, they took a sightseeing tour of Denver, and left Denver at 4 o'clock, arriving back home Monday morning. Mrs. Frank Holton of near Galesburg, who was hospitalized from Aug. 3 until Sept. 19 because of a broken kneecap, is now getting along fine at her home. Mrs. Holton is Mrs. Jean Stinemates' mother. Mrs. Bertha Powell and son William of Burlington spent Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Powell and family. S'NOW MIRAGE—No, it's real-although not natural—and the girl shoveling the white stuff is not a member of the Galesburg street department. She's Deanna Campbell. The snow was manufactured at Western Illinois Ice Co. and dumped Friday noon in front of Shane & Showers store, 153 E. Main St., to help publicize a boot sale. It survived Friday's 80-dcgrcc temperature, and enough snow was left at night for some boys to start a snowball fight. The store owner reported this morning there was still about a fourth of a ton left, and two more would be added for today's sale. Four tons of snow were bought for $32 per ton. ifi roqer $ OPEN SUNDAY 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Prices Effective Sunday - Monday - Tuesday Kroger customers have already won over 45,000 Free Playing SAGA-DOUGH! •fa No Obligation ^ NothHg to Buy! TOP VALUE STAMPS With purchase of SS or more Sun.-Mon. Exp. Tues., Oct. 1. Limit 1 Kroger Galesburg Store MRS. H. E. RYBERG 253 N. Henderson — City LARRY CONKLIN 502 N. Broad — City EDITH MATHIS 801 Brown Ave. — City KROGER — All Flavors MRS. JAMES TULIN 1215 Bridge Ave. — City MARY HUFFAKER 1155 N. Farnham — City HOMER BROWN 684 Olive — City ICE CREAM 69c SAVE 20c BISCUITS Kroger Brand Sweet or Buttermilk U.S.D.A. Grade 'A' Double Breasted 3 Legged Fryers Limit ... Pkg. lb Silver Platter — Family Pac A FULL 5 TO 6 LB. RIB HALF LOIN SLICED INTO CHOPS Pork Chops 59 ib U.S.D.A. Grade 'A' BREASTS - LEGS • THIGHS Chicken Parts Red or White - "Stock Up Now!" Potatoes 50 ib. lb. bag RIGHTS RESERVED TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Gofesburg Register-Mo if, Galesburg, IK. Saturday, Sept. 2B f 1963 IT asked. You'll have a better idea of what to expect the next time around. (28) Think Before Plunging Into an Exam By The Reading Laboratory, Inc. Written for Newspaper Enterprise Association It's just as important to know how to take a test as it is to know how to prepare for it. Bring plenty of paper to the test. If you use a fountain pen. bring a bottle of ink, too. Always bring two ballpoint pens, or if you use pencils, bring at least two well-sharpened ones. You can write faster with ballpoints than with fountain pens and there's not much chance of smearing or blotting the ink. You should get there on time but not early. One or two panicky students running around before the test can make everybody nervous. If you have a few butterflies in your stomach, don't worry about them; they'll go away when the test starts. When you get the test, read the instructions very carefully. A minute spent reading instructions can save you a lot of time and trouble. (For Instance, there may be 10 questions on the test, but the instructions may tell you to do only seven.) Then read over (he entire test. Look for ambiguous questions and clear them up with the teacher. Figure out approximately how much time you can afford to spend on each question. Stick to your time budget as closely as possible. Answer the questions you know best first. Don't waste time sweating over something you don't know. Finish the test, then come back to ones you couldn't figure out immediately. One very important rule: THINK before you start writing. If the questions arc essay type, make a mental outline of your answer before you begin to write. Be sure you know exactly what you want to say—that way you won't ramble off the point in your answer. Some students prefer to begin each essay answer with a written outline of what their answer will cover. Beginning each answer with an outline is a highly recommended practice—if you're sure that your answer is the correct one. Remember that an outline lays everything out in its bare bones —if you're wrong, your teacher is bound to catch you. On the other hand, an outline will help make each answer clear and precise, and every teacher appreciates clarity and precision. He will have a natural tendency to raise your grade for clearly- written answers. If it's a multiple-choice test, answer all the ones you're sure of first—these are your strong- response answers. Then work on the ones you're not so sure of. On a weak response question- when you're in doubt—your first choice will usually be the best one. The longer you ponder, the more possibilities you'll think of and the more confused you'll get. For the same reason, never change an answer on a multiple- choice test unless you're really positive your first answer was Biederbeck Kin Reunion Held at Lake Descendants of Richard and Emma Biederbeck met Sunday at Happy Hollow Lake for a reunion. It was reported that 51 persons were present for the gathering. Warren Doubet of Williamsfield was elected president; Mrs. Robert Laisure of Chillicothe, vice president; Mrs. Emma Haertjens of Bettendorf, secretary. Plans were made to hold the 1964 reunion Sept. 13 at the same place. Ralph Biederbeck of Galesburg was the oldest member present, Gregg Biederbeck of Galesburg, the youngest, and Judi Roberts of Detroit came the greatest distance. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Russel Sandquist and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Doubet and family, Victoria; Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Biederbeck and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Biederbeck, Canton; Mrs. Robert Hammerle and Ramona, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Biederbeck, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Juers and Laura, Mrs. Darwin Moore and family, Gilson, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Biederbeck, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Biederbeck and family, Galesburg. Others present were Miss Hazel Biederbeck, Mr. and Mrs. Renee Haertjens, Bettendorf; Mr. and Mrs. James Roberts and daughter, Detroit; Mrs. Robert Laisure and daughter, Becky, Chillicothe; Douglas Bates, Peoria, and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Doubet, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Doubet and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Doubet, Williamsfield. Three guests, Mary Sue Townsend, Galva, and Harriet Coe, Laura, and Mrs. Delia Schillenger of Mahopac, N. Y., were present. Put that bacon in a cold skillet when you are pan-frying it. READ THE WANT ADS! weak response your first re- wrong. On a question, trust sponsc. Take all the time allotted. You don't get t?.ny points for being the first one to finish. When your teacher returns the test, see what you did wrong and find out what the right answers were. They may come up again on a later test. You should also make a nolo on the type of test your teacher gave and what kind of questions he (NEXT: Some tips for leal- taking.) REGULAR MEETING THE ELK'S ASSOCIATION SHAREHOLDERS OF GALESBURG ELK'S LODGE NO. 894 OCTOBER 1, 1963 AT THE LODGE AT 56 N. PRAIRIE ST. PURPOSE: ANNUAL MEETING GERALD K. 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