Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 8, 1953 · Page 6
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, October 8, 1953
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6 _ . TheJQ&ily BegisMfrMail,Qalesburg, ill. Thursday, October 8. 1953 Class Holds Hobby Show AtCalva GALVA—Married Folks Class of First Methodist Church met Wednesday evening in the church parlors With about forty present Mrs. Leonard Smith led the devo -tional service and the business session was in the charge of the president, Dr. Glen I. Luymes. Program for the evening was a hobby show and there were numerous displays some in the field of handcraft, collections, art work and picture displays. Connie Anderson of Cambridge had a coin collection on display. Dr. C. J. Maginel displayed an arrowhead exhibit and gave an interesting history of the items which were included. A Bible with the year mark of 1801 was contributed by Donald Falk. Part of the show which attracted considerable attention was the display of hooked rugs, beautifully designed, which had been made by Carl Palmer, Galva farmer living east) of town. Each of the rugs was designed differently and all of, them with expert workmanship. Ajand No Mule collection of 83 sets of salt and; Refreshments fvacafion trip were shown by Mrs. Harold Rose. Refreshments • were served at the close of the meeting. Mrs. Ernest Barlow Jr. will be hostess to the next meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 3. Mrs. James Nelson will be in charge of the entertainment. F1IA Meets F.H.A. chapter held a monthly meeting Wednesday in Galva High School. Marilyn Fesler, president, wag in charge of the meeting, Mrs. Ronald Holt, chapter mother, spoke on the topic, "Joys and Satisfactions of Homemaking." Plans for F.H.A. Week, Nov. 1-7, were discussed. Group singing was led by Susie Massingill. Next meeting will be held Wednesday, Nov. 4. Masons to Meet A special meeting of Masonic lodge will be held Friday night at 7:30 o'clock when third degree will be conferred on a candidate. HOBBY SHOW HELD—The Married Folk* Class of the First Methodist Church held a hobby show Wednesday night at the church parlors. Shown from left are Dr. C. J. Maginel, Dr. Glenn I. Luymes, class president, and Connie Anderson, Cambridge, coin collector exhibitor. 60 TO A „MOVIE THEATRE THURSDAY, OCT. • OHPHEUM: "The Maze," in 3 Dimensions, 1:30. 3:37, 5 :44, 7:51, 0:58. WEST; 25 Cartoons Continuous Shows All Day and Evening. ABBY (Abingdon) "Francis Covers the Big Town," 7:15, 9:10. Eight North American animals hibernate during the winter months: the jumping mouse, badger, bat, gopher, woodchuck, chipmunk, raccoon and bear. Refreshments are planned to fol low the meeting. Regular meeting of the lodge was held Tuesday night when first degree was conferred. Re freshmenls served. OPEN DAILY AT 1:15 — CONTINUOUS DAILY MOM 1:30 P. M. follow the afternoon program and will be in charge of the Guild. Mrs. Glenn Hobbs furnished entertainment for the group with her Young, David Baldwin, Johnny Vaughan, Paul Schmidt, Denny Gathmann, Johnny Whitney, Howard Hawkins, Rod Powers, Allen were served by pepper shakers made an attractive,the committee: Mrs. L. C. Burcky, display and was owned by Sue Mrs. K. W. Johnson and Mrs. Ann Johnson. lEvans Johnson. Rodenc and Johanna Huber had! pi ans were made to omit the picture collections, and theirJNovember meeting of the group mother, Mrs. M. O. Huber, dis-| but it is p i anne d to hold the De- review of the book, "Forty Acres;Freed, Charles Bailey, Kent Bur nett, Billy Larson, Johnny Goodale played a few varieties of African violets and books to serve as guides in their care An attractive and colorful display of hobnail glass was in the charge of! Mrs. Harvey Franks. A display of handpainting on materials such as aprons, pillow slips, etc., was contributed by Mrs. Clifford Pobanz. Several other collections were on display including a doll collection by Mrs. Donald Lapan; a pencil collection by Paul White and items of fishing equipment by Clifford Nelson. Mrs. T. T. Kelly! also displayed an attractive quilt. Entertainment committee for the evening included Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Lewin, Dr. and Mrs. G. I. Luymes, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Collinson, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Falk, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Nelson. Refreshments committee included: Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Franks, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Abbott, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bloedorn, Mr. and Mrs. George Crozier, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Palmer and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stephens. Guild Meets Mrs. John H. Mascall was hostess to the Congregational Guild at her home Tuesday evening when 18 members 'were present. Devotional service led by Mrs. Vern Craig and the business meeting was in the charge of the vice president, Mrs. Harold Stephenson. Plans were made for a rummage sale to be held in the near future to raise funds. Announcement was made of a meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 21 at 2:30 o'clock in the church at which time Mrs. Frances Tibbits, representative of the Board of Home Missions, will speak on her work with the Dakota Indians. A tea is planned to cember meeting with the place to be announced later. Will Meet Pilgrim fellowship of First Con gregational Church will meet Sun day evening at 7 o'clock in the church. '"Quakerism" is the topic of a talk which will be given by Mrs. Charles A. Whitney to the young people's group. All members and those interested in joining the group, are invited to attend the Sunday night meeting. To Hospital P. 0. Peterson was taken by ambulance on Sunday to Kewanee St. Francis Hospital where he is receiving medical care. He suffered a light stroke at his home two weeks ago. Need Help Word comes from Cubmaster Richard J. Lapan that no room remains for additional Cubs unless more mothers will volunteer as den mothers. All boys have been placed in dens now. John Nelson serves Pack 126 as Pack Committee chairman and members of the committee include Ivan Coon, Leslie Palm, John Kurtz and R. J. Lapan. The' following den mothers will serve: Den 1, Mrs. Clyde Hawkins and Mrs. Dwain Duncan; Den 2, Mrs. Marcus Matzen and Mrs. Fred Bonati; Den 4, Mrs. Leslie Palm, and Mrs. Merle Swanson; Den 5, Mrs. Charles Whitney and Mrs. Quentin Appell; Den 6, Mrs. Richard Lapan and Mrs. Clara Callis. 1 The following is the list -of members of Cub Pack 126: Allan Lindstrom, Johnny Simmons, Gary Cromien, Johnny Duncan, James and Paul Appell. Visits in Galva Cpl. Clifford Kosy of Wausau Wis., is spending several days in Galva visiting former friends. He has been stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood in Missouri for the past year and recently was assigned to Ft. Sill, Okla., where he will report on Oct. 19. He is at present en route to Wausau to visit his father, Charles Kosy, before leaving for Ft. Sill. Cpl. Kosy was a member of the Galva schools faculty for several years in the art department. Joy Class Meets Mrs. Harold Olson was hostess to the Joy Class of Grace Method- isl. Church in her home Tuesday evening. Eleven members were present. Devotional service was led by Mrs. Olson and the business meeting was in the charge of the president, Mrs. Duane Dun-|| can. A collection of colored pictures taken while on a western! ABBY - LAST NITE! Donald O'Connor "FRANCIS COVERS THE BIG TOWN" Moose Lodge 880 Friday Night FISH FRY Usual Good Time TAVERN NITE Friday, Oct. 9 $200 Square Inn—63 Public Square First Drawing 10 P. M., Second Drawing, if necessary, 11:30 P. M. Saturday, Oct. 10 $125 Suburban Inn—Monmouth Blvd. First Drawing 10 P. M., Second Drawing, if necessary, 11:30 P. M. CALVERT SUQE CHANGED MY SOUR OUTLOOK ! "I was a pretty sad Sour just a short while ago. Even though I looked quite nice with my orange slice, friends would shake me faster than the bartender. Then I switched to Calvert. It made me smoother-really better tasting. Why don't you switch to Calvert, too?" TEST WHISKIES BEFORE... and enjoy drinks morel FOR YOUR DANCING AND LISTENING PLEASURE! MARGE MULLIGAN TRIO DANCING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 9 till Closing. FALLING'S No drink can taste better than the whiskey you put into it. That's why we say, compare Calvert with your present brand and see which one you really like best. Here's how: SNIFF VA -oz. samples of each whiskey to compare aroma. TASTE Calvert and the other whiskey critically to judge smoothness and freedom from bite. CHOOSE the whiskey that suits your own personal taste better. We're sure that you'll pick smoother, mellower Calvert. But you be the judge. Fair enough? Compare ...andi,oum mmto Calvert CALVERT RESERVE BLENDED WHISKEY-86.8 PROOF-65K GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS. CALVERT DISTILLERS CORP., N.Y.C. 111h Annual POLICE BALL ARMORY GALESBUKG, ILL. Thursday, Oct. 29 Dancing from 9 P.M. to 1 A.M. Admission $1.50 per person (tax incl.) Berwick BERWICK —- Sunday mornlnK will be Communion at the Baptist Church. The annu.fl chicken pie supper will be held Oct. 27 at the Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. George Schifcling of Peoria returned home Sunday after spending several days nl; the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hull and family of Peoria spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. It. Parrish. Mrs. Florence Lowry of Maynard, Iowa, returned homo Saturday morning after a week's visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Leltoy Hull, and family, and with tier sister, Mrs. Leslie Eaton. Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Orser M& daughter, Peggy Ann, and John Calvin Orser of Billings, Mont., returned homo Tuesday morning after spending several days with their grandmother, and their aunt, Miss Lenora Hoover. ELSIE'S LUNCH Formerly Ray's lunch Short Orders »• Dinners Chicken Steaks Fish SE Corner Square, Galesburg Open Sundays till 2:30 p.m. NOW! RIGHT OFF THE SCREEN YOU'LL FEEL THE COLD TERROR EARL KNOXVILLE LIKE BEING TO A RODEO! WHEN YOU SEE "THE LUSTY MEN" ON THE New Magic Panoramic Screen FRIDAY - SATURDAY THEY RIDE, PLAY AND LOVE HARD.. . in the Brawling Camps of Big-Time Rodeol FtAYWARD • MITCHUM * •^^vsssssssm^SS^ *MAZt The beadOiMt Tt*f> fa***' FILMED W HOLLYWOOD, U- S.I An ALLIED ARTISTS . v - ^udion" starring ^ • RICHARD CARLSON • VERONICA HURST with KATHERINE EMERY • MICHAEL PATE • HILLARY BROOKE EXTRA ADDED Cartoon Color . Joe McDoakes ^ * Comedy Late News PRICES FOR THIS ATTRACTION! Adulti 42c le 6, then 58c Till Clot*. Children 25c All Day (Plus Viawari and Tax) STARTS WtMJUdmW SUNDAY THEIR NEWEST AND FUNNIEST! - «v «k Paramount Presents TODAY ONLY!COLOR CARTOONS 3 HOURS OF FUN Continuous Shows All Day and Evening 25 GROVE DOUBLE FEATURE! STARTS TONITE! This Feature at 7:00 and 9:30. THE INSIDE STORY WASHINGTON CANNOT CONFIRM OR DENYI wmw,. tt*01EN • BanySULUVAN • ,*BRANDO _ _ Raging from the pases of The Saturday Evening Post! COLUMBIA PICTURES preuntt OPEN DAILY AT 1:15 P.M. wm Continuous Daily From 1:30 P.M. DRIVE-IN THEATRE TONITE - DOUBLE FEATURE COMING SUNDAY! "SO THIS IS LOVE" Kathryn Grayson TOMORROW! EVER-NEW JOY FOR ALL 1 JO ENJOY! Heading straight to your heart , to thrill you \ again and . againl Snow WHiie Hfi Seven ^Ik Dwarfs 2 WALT DISNEY A I ALL-TIME GREATS L I The greotest AD VENTURE of them all! A mighty action picture alive with excitement? KEITH L arsen %W DONA DRAKE-PEGGIE CASTLE They're JET JOCKEYS Now! leo GORCEY BOWERY BOYS Hwrti HALL *J AUI£0 ARTISTS P«00UC!I0»~ - ALSO COLOR CARTOON and . LATEST NEWS . coioftiy Hear its ever-new _ Walt „ Disnei/s (Irrusure ^Island with BOBBY DUSCOUL 1r ROBERT NEWTON • BASIL SYDNEY ALSO t TOMORROW and SATURDAY <4fc \TH£ NEVER-BEFQRE- ^fTOU) STORY OF THE fmWn DEVIL DRIVERS! ' 4 iTiiainftlffiri- . ^.^is&aM LAST CHAPTER OF • f 'THE LOST PLANET"j ******************** Jeff CHANDUR -Alex NICOL -Mb bmun • Ms BALL ss

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