Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 3, 1953 · Page 5
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Tho Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Saturday, October 3... 19.3,3 5 Birthday Club Meets At North IfeiidcrHoii NORTH HENDERSON — The Rastsltle Wrlhday Club met at the home of Mrs, Ransom Allen Tuesday to help her and Mrs. George Gordon celebrate their birthdays, A very pleasant afternoon was spent. Mrs. Bob Hunt, who Is just back with her soldier husband from Washington, was a guest. She is happy to be back in Illinois and Note Birthday MAQMON — Mrs. Eldon Morcy was feted at a hamburger fry held on her birthday, Sept. 22. Her husband and son helped arrange the parly which was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Slberf, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morey and OIIIc Mayes. Mrs. Morey received many gifts. in their home in Shanghai. Both women were remembered with gifts and cards. They served tasty refreshments. EARL KNOXVILLE You Mutt See Dean & Jerry On Our New Magic Panoramic Screen SUN. - MON. - TUES. Open 2 :45 Sunday — Continuous Shows Admission: Adults 50c, Children 14c (Tax Included) EVEN the SffeoKs are Shaking- IT'S TRUK! |»,v VV||.-% I '.wl .i" W «r <ARON BAKES CHOCOLATE CAKES EARLY IN THE MORNING AND HAS THEM FOR BREAKFAST. HER HUSBAND (QEOROE iHORMEL tl) MAKES CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS AT NIGHT AND EATS THEM B EFORE GOING TO BED! PLAYS THE PUPPETEER AND ALSO' DID THE "TALKING" FOR THE ' FOUR PUPPETS USED IN "LILI," M-GM'S UNUSUAL ROMANTIC DRAMA OF THE CARNIVAL WORLD. HE DID THE VOICE IMPERSONATIONS FROM AN ISOLATION TOWER ENCLOSED IN GLASS AND WIRED FOR SOUND. Oca* 'Pienne J&UMONT IS ONE OF THE OUTSTANDING HEROES OF WORLD WAR II. HAVING FOUGHT WITH A TANK CORPS REGIMENT, THE FIRST FREE FRENCH DIVISION AND THE THIRD INFANTRY DIVISION, AS WELL AS WORKING WITH THE UNDERGROUND. HE WAS AWARDED THE CROIX DE GUERRE AND THE DECORATION OF THE FRENCH LEGION OF HONOR. •RF.0. U. i PAT. OFF.. See them all in "LIU," now showing at the Grove Theatre. Snakes Go In for More Modern Living RINGGOLD, Ga. —f/P>— There must be a housing shortage among snakes. Mrs. Fred Goodman found one in her bed recently, and « few days later, her mother found one in the bathtub. Mrs. Goodman was bitten in the dispute for possession of sleeping quarters, but fortunately, the rep. tile was not poisonous. READ THE CtASSiriED AOS BURT LANCASTER and VIRGINIA MAYO are back to back with brawn and beauty in a scene from Warner Bros.' comedy-adventure, "South Sea Woman,* opening Sunday at the Orpheum Theatre. The stars are cast away on a south sea island where Virginia goes native while Lancaster goes after her. Place Warning Signs Near Oneida Schools ONEIDA — New "speed iimit" and "school" signs have been erected at both ends of the street past Oneida School building. The city was responsible for the speed limit signs, while the Chicago Motor Ciub donated the yellow and black school signs. Also new- are two large yellow and black signs designating the bus loading zone in front of the building. ;The school was responsible for the latter. The erection of these signs follows a recent P.T.A. meeting at which safety and the need for such signs was discussed. London Mills LONDON MILLS — Mrs. Hannah Karr of Fairview is spending this week with Mrs. Jo Luman and Clara Welch. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schrodt of Monmouth spent a recent day with Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Martin. Dean Smith has been dismissed from the Graham Hospital at Canton. Mrs. Mary Gray and Mrs. Ada spent Tuesday at Canton at a W. C. T. U. meeting. * GO TO A „ MOVIE THEATRE TODA T SUNDAY, OCT. 4 OHPHEUM: ".South Sea Woman," 1:30, 3:35, 5 .•?'). 7:45, 9:50. WEST: ' f.,,r Wind to Java," 1:30, 4:25, 7:21. 10.17; "Bachelor in Paris," 3:00, 5:55. 8 'u. Farmington Lodge To INote Anniversary FARMIXGTON — P'armington Lodge of the Loyal Order of the Moose will celebrate its 39th anni-; versary on Sunday by initiating a class of candidates that afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The class of candidates is in honor of the past governor Batiste Filcrbo. The initiation will be exemplified by the degree staff of Oalesburg. The earth is slightly flattened at the poles, the north-south diameter being about one three hundredth less than that across the axis. New Windsor Abby-Sun., Mon. MAT. SUN. 2:30 2 GIANT HITS 2 {mm M 'GO GikCGO/ y coUfl«« *>c*rbr Technicolor. PIUS HtED MicMURRAY PRESTON FOSTER 'THE MARSHALL'S DAUGHTER" NEW WINDSOR — Mr. and Mrs. Verne Anderson and family, who are moving to New Rich- Lyle Hewitt left this week to'mond, Wis., were honored guests resume his duties in Tokyo, Japan,!at a family dinner Sunday held as a Civil Service employe. He I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mar- has spent the past 45 days at'tin Swanson, north of Galesburg, the home of his mother, Mrs. J Mr. and Mrs. Gunnard Carlson Richard Hewitt. land. Mrs. Anna S. Anderson of Mrs. Reid Carson is a patientJNew Windsor, also, attended the 3 The^Ga ^esSfc o „oi t y tHon ^we^'s^dav "jSSgTS Chorus has attracted several local:-" nrd !°5 * errce Sunday ° f young people with talented voices. ^'Aa^J^LX They are: Robert Dougan, Mrs. e Recent guests in the -- - 'Dahlgreen home were Mr. and Harold Moore, Mrs. George <cv SERVICE C/ r "750 TRAOE-IN ALLOWANCE / • ON ANY MAKE NEWSHAVER. SHAVERS SHARPENED) OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. —T— A/£ W LOCAT/ OK •-»— I ItO 6.AAAIN ST. i ELMO'S ROLLER RINK AT LAKE STOREY Open Wed. # Fri., Sat. f Sun. Nites 7:30 to 10:30 P. M. Matinee Sat. • Sun. 2 to 4 Private Parties — Mon., Tues. & Thurs. Call 7974-2 — Melvin Larson at the Organ — DRIVE-IN THEATRE LATE SHOW AT 11:15 T0NITE Come as late as 9:45 P.M. See two top attractions for price of one! "FORT VENGEANCE" - at 7:00 and 9:45 "TITANIC" - at 11:15 P. M. TONITE! SCOOP! LOOK! Marciano - LaSlarza Pictures! WMHI AMIS CRAW AT 11:15 P.M. TONITE - ALSO SUNDAY AND MONDAY THE BIG PICTURE T EVERY HU Galesburg Man and Daughter Survive Terrible Ordeal in lifeboat. Afloat for Hours Amongst Icebergs. Worst Sea Disaster on Record. fl m ^^^^^^^^ ^^l ^l^ j^^^ Clifton WEBB - Barbara STANWYCK ROBERT AUDREY THELMA " brian richaro WAGNER - DALTON • RITTER -' AHERNE • BASEHART Mrs. Joseph Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fauche and Mrs. Albert Wexell of Oceola, Iowa. Clarence Johnson and daughters, Marilyn and Irene, of Galesburg visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur-Johnson of Galva visited his father, Albin Johnson, on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Chilberg, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Peterson called on Mr. -and Mrs. Aben Chilberg at Geneseo Tuesday. Aben, who had been a patient in the Veterans Hospital at Iowa City since last February is at his home for 30 days, after which he will report back to the hospital. Thompson and Mrs. Warren Mynard. A fire alarm Sunday morning called out the local firemen who extinguished a blaze in the auto of Keith Foster. Mrs. Foster was driving at the time, but aside from fright, was unharmed. The fire started from a "short" in wiring, and the damage was covered by insurance. Main Sandwich OPENING Monday. Oct. 5 6 East Main Street Shrine Mosque. Peoria Mon.. Oct. 26, 8:30 p.m. IN PERSON MAIL ORDERS NOW Ticl»*U S3.80, 13.00. SJ.iO, $1.80 tax inc. Sand seli addressed envelope wlib check or money order lo Bert Votft, Ed«l»tein, Ul. J?b. 2401. ENDS TONITE! 'Gun Bell' & "fl Paso Stampede' ALSO: Chap. No. 14 of "THE LOST PLANET" i Open Daily it 1:13 P. M. — Continuous from 1:30 P.M. WEST TOMORROW! 2=2! f i ADVENTURE...SPECTACLE...SAVAGE LOVE! rT»£0 P «wnu rATe$ Wtti TRUCOLOR IT CONSOUDATIO ROBERT DOUGLAS • VICTOR McLAGLEN JOHN RUSSELL'BUDDY BAER- CLAUDE JAR MAN, JR. • GRANT WITHERS ScrHR Pl*y By RICHARD TRUASXI* |*M 4 en the novel by 6ARIAND ROARK Associate Pfoducer-Olrtetor JOSCPH KANC . 2ND BIG HIT! **a Herntfone lAPOllIY PRICES fOt THIS ATTRACTION — Sunday: Adult* 54c, Children ISc All Day Weekdays: Adult. 37c, Children 12c to * P. M(All Price* Plus Federal tax) GROVE Today and Saaday Open 1:15 — Continuous EXCLUSIVE FIRST GALESBURG SHOWING! YOU'LL FALL IN LOVt WITH 'LILI in Ihit romanee-wlth-muile that's as happy-hearted and carefree at it* hit long "Hi-Llli HI-lo"l 1 FERRERAUMOOT IHIM KU*T GABORKASZNAR m^m MGM Color Cartoon "RED HOT RIDING PlUC HOOD" and "LET'S ASK NOSTRADAMUS" And LATEST WORLD NEWS r ENDS TONITE! [§?, YN S -, n - "All American" Open Daily at 1:15 P. M. — Continuous from 1:30 P. M, WEST - Next Thursday - WIST ONE DAY ONLYl «| •* ONE DAY ONLY! CARTOONS mm CARTOONS CONTINUOUS SHOWS fROM 10 A. M. TILL CLOSE Sundays Adults 58c, Children 15c All Day (Plus Tax) Weekdays: Adults 42c, Children 12c to 6 P. M, (Plus Tax) STARTS TOMORROW! They Called Him "Sergeant Muscles" A lusty,leathefneckinllSlMarinft.. ( A luscious,loviri South Sea dame!. THtRousiimr, CAMPUS****, WAMNKMBmOS. fa® m m Virginia MAYO EXTRA ADDED Color Cartoon Sport Re*)l "WILD OVER YOU" "Rld« * White Horw w AND THE VERY LATEST WORLD NEWS EVENT*

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