Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 9, 1953 · Page 6
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, October 9, 1953
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fc^r.-.;-. if'.-. *:> v: •••• a \ 4 V y - •Member* of fckstedt- 390, American L#- gtori, t^ill convene Monday at I p.m. In the post home for the October meeting. Most important of the reports to be heard will be that of Willis Swanson, vice commander and chairman of the membership committee. To date. 33 memberships have been reported to the Illinois department of the Legion, and more are being signed up daily. It is the hope of Vice Commander Swanson to have post membership up to its 100 per cent by the time of the county council meeting in November when it meets with the local post and auxiliary entertaining. Howard Lynn, post commander, urged today that all members who plan to attend the county council .meeting at the Legion Home in Gaiesburg next Thursday night let him know of their intention by Sunday as he is to report local reservations for the dinner meeting to the Gaiesburg post Monday. State Legislator to be the speaker. Commander Lynn also urged that all members who have received their 1954' membership cards attend the post meeting Monday night and have "early bird" stickers attached to their cards. These stickers were delivered to the post Wednesday by Department Organization Officer Akins who called on the commander and adjutant. Lynn also invited all veterans who are not Legion members to attend as time is to be given to material which provides information on facts regarding the worthwhile service the Legion performs. Child welfare, widow's pension and disability claims will be touched upon. To Sponsor Kids' Party The post activity committee in co-operation with a committee from the auxiliary unit is planning a Hallowe'en party Oct. 31 for the children of the community. 11 is planned to stage the..affair in the post home and ail children of the community arc invited to attend. Two girls who are obviously going places, to Paris, to be exact, i the Transatlantic crossing known as "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, opening Sunday, 2:45 p. m., at the Earl Theatre, KnoxviHe. See the first big musical on the magic panoramic screen— Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell are the girls. 5f GO TO A «, MOVIE THEATRE TODAY Loin ax LOMAX — Mrs. Pearl Dixon of Carman, Mrs. Rosetta Bradway of Stronghurst and Mrs. Nellie Dixon were Sunday visitors in the home of Mrs, Minerva Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gibb and chil-, dren and Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Gibb; FRIDAY, OCT. S and children of Raritan, Mr. and .ORPHEUM: Mrs. Errett Hupfer and children *°> 3:37 ' nf Tulips rhv Mr nnri Mrs Koith WEST: ''Treasure Island," 1:30. 4:50, 01 Dallas Uiy, Mr. ana Mrs. Acun a . 10; <- Snow white and the Seven Gibb and children, Mr. and Mrs, Dwarfs," 3:26 t 6:46. lo:oo. Ronald Logan and sons and Mr' ABBY (Abingdon): "Affairs of'Doblej and Mrs. Vernal Sparrow were en- GNUS,", 7:00, 0:24; "Spoilers ot the' tertained in the Eli Gibb home Sun-\ Range ' 8:28 ™? Xu 0n % ° f lh i G M rthda ?v ^family. She is now visiting in the Eh Gibb. Mr. and Mrs Walt R £ mi home t Ede f steint Ogren and children of filandins- £ fa has been , iu ville were afternoon callers in the jn , he J ome of Te]atives flt Mom & Pleasant, Iowa. County Farm Bureau Group Plans Event To Note Anniversary The Knox County office of the Country Life Insurance Company -an affiliate of the Illinois Agricultural Association—has planned a dinner meeting Saturday eveniftg Jn connection with the company's 25th anniversary. Organized as the klckoff lot the company's 25th yeat educational program, the local event will be held in the Auditorium ef the Knox County Farm Bureau Building. Charter policyholders in the company and early Farm Bureau leaders will be among the honored guests at the Saturday evening affair, according to Wayne Leitv bach, general agent for the county. Similar events have been organized by county Farm Bureau groups in the state In observance of the anniversary. The groups Saturday night also will hear an account of the company's history in a 30 -minute broadcast over Chicago radio station WON, starting at 8 o'clock. Booster committees Will be formed at the meeting to schedule a series of township sessions in interest of the educational program designed to acquaint farmers with the facts about the company. Universal-International 1 * "Red Ball Express/' a gripping story of the important role played by the V. S. Army Transportation Corns in World War it stars Jeff Chandler, foreground, Charles Drake, left, and Alex Nicol. Judith Braun plays the feminine lead in "Red Ball Express/' directed by Budd Boetticher and pro* duced by Aaron Rosenberg. Plays tonight and Saturday at the Drive-In Theatre. Rally Day Observed At Alpha Church ALPHA — ftally Day was observed at the Methodist Church on Sunday with an attendance of 137 at the Sunday School. A special musical selection was presented by the Junior choir and each pupil received a rally day pin. Two new members were admitted to the church, Mrs. Oscar Frantz and IMrs. Itay Mall, and Communion was observed. Mrs. Martin Hurstrom underwent an operation Monday at the Mollne Public Hospital READ THE WANT ADS Victoria Legion r Gordon Sundbtrg Orchestra Saturday, Admit § ion 75c - 9 till 1 APPEARING NIGHTLY Margaret Thompson at the Hammond and PIANO .f Ellis vffl daughters, Mrs. Cora Beer of Avon, Mrs. Leta Chatterton, Ha- comb and Mrs. Lucille Smith, London Mills. A son, Lee, is deceased. Air. and Mrs. Norris have spent Not 60 Years Marriage ELLIS VILE — Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Norris of BJJisviMe wJJJ , quietly celebrate their 60th wed- The Maze," in 3 Dimen- din £ anniversary Saturday. They are the parents of three TONITE AND SATURDAY hos- Chi- fexv Center Prairie CENTER PRAIRIE — The W.S.C.S. met this afternoon at the homo of Mrs. Carl Ostrom with Mrs. Jim Mustain assisting tess. Alice Carlson returned to cago Monday after visiting a days with home folks. Bill Weedman Jr., and family and Mrs. Isaac Tanner and Dorothy spent Sunday at the Willie Weedman Sr. home. Mr. and Mrs. John Carlson of Maxcy, Mr. and Mrs. George Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Boostrom were Sunday visitors at the Mrs. August Carlson home. Everett Johnson and family of Carman spent Sunday at the home of Fred \Vindom. Donald Cain, who injured his knee last Sunday in a motor cycle accident, has been in the hospital in Gaiesburg and is slowly improving. Mrs. Fern Anderson of Carthage, S. D., is spending some time at the ho,me of her sisters, Mrs. Mary Sandquist and Mrs. Carl A. Carl- con. Gibb home. Mr. and Mrs. N, J. Boeckcr, Florence and Mary Louise, were Sunday visitors in the Harold Wells home in Stronghurst. George Wclborn was surprised Sunday when relatives went in with] well Exiled baskets to help him celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Logan of Chicago spent Sunday in the home of Mrs. Moliie DowelJ. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gittings of Edelstein spent Sunday,in the Ben Walker home. Mrs. Clara Gittings of Mount Pleasant, Iowa, has been visiting in the home of her son, Clyde, and WHEN BETTER SANDWICHES AND MALTS ARE SERVED GOLD-N-NUGGET 614 West Main Sire** WILL SERVE THEM. Hire the handicapped business. MOinte Saturday 2:00 Big Feaiures Affairs of Dofaie Gillis AND good 1 ! "Spoilers of ihe Range' OPEN 6:30 P. M. s er y IC .L. -7 CO TRAOE-IN ALLOWANCE / jTON ANY MAKE NEW SHAVER- TONITE AND SATURDAY THEY DROVE THE MOST DANGEROU ROAD IN THE WORLD! to carry the ammo / trom beachhead to \ Patton's Tanks! -4 •aft 1 OFFICE EOUIPMEN =f— AS£ W L O C A TIO <V I MO £.MAIN.ST. HE CO. r HEAD THE WANT ADS When You See MEN" On Our NEW MAGIC PANORAMIC SCR] TONITE - SATURDAY CHANDLER JUDITH BRAUN • CHARLES DRAKE JACQUELINE DUVAL • SIDNEY POITIER O'BRIAN Indent AT 11:00 P.M. SATURDAY AND STARTING SUNDAY B • mmmwmmmm '.'•V,V -1* _ F _ * - * ' :-\v mi •8 They Ride Hard... Play Hard...Love Hard in Ihe Brawling Camps of Big*Time Rodeo! h • + •ji-.n-A-;. 4 I THE S TOR GRACE Ml KATH 4? voiced ^ Arthgr KEWMtPY * Arifcir HUWKUT STARTS SUNDAY AT 2:45 P. M. •ft*** 1ST SHOW ONLY COLOR CARTOONSl •world' glittering STARTING TIME SUNDAY - 6:451 15W onderful S ongs! ELSIE'S LUNCH Formerly Ray's lunch Short Orders Dinners Chicken Steaks -• Fish SE Corner Square, Galssburg Open Sundays till 2:30 p.m. the greater part of their married life in Ellisville. SPECIAL! CATFISH DINNERS Chicken In The Basket... 850 STEAKS • CHOPS SANDWICHES SUBURBAN Ethtl Burh«« Proprietor OPEN DAUY AT 1:15 Continuous From 1:30 Adult* 42c to 6, 58c Till Cfoio. Children 25c (Plut Viewers and Tax) ? a "t u ! OFF THE SCREEN! The SHOCKING CHILLS OF A GREAT SUSPENSE NOVEL Friday, Oct, 9 $200 Square Inn—<3 Public Squere AIRPORT INN First Drawing Second Drawing, if neces sary, 11:30 P. M. Saturday, Oct. 10 $125 Suburban Inn—-Monmouth Bfvd. First Drawing Second Drawing, if necessary, 11:30 P. M. MOOSE LODGE NO. 880 at Y° u from screen * t ••'•:•;< imp 4 SATURDAY NIGHT DANCE PARTY 1 Members and Guests — Music by — Tucker's Orchestra Floor Show 11 P.M. An ALUED ARTISTS™ Production itarrlrrg The RICHARD CARLSON • VERONICA HURST wild (CATHERINE EMERY 1 • MKHACL PATE • HIUMY IROO« KITCHEN OPEN Vi Chicken in Basket $1 Large Steak $1.50 Fried »• Ordw Sandwiches EXTRA ADDED Color Cartoon Joe McDoakes Comedy Late News STARTS ORPHEUM NEWEST FUNNIEST! SAT. Continuous from 1:15 DOUBLE FEATURE w »n Mm (Tw, M «MTWWUICHA irtA «msTi £-if Povitfcerf fey PAW. JOHIS * Otf#cf«l bf NORMAN UQttO% 3a««np(iy by f DMUNO HARTMANN ind DANNY MN0L.0 • Additianil Dtalogut by K£f* ENGLUND. story by" DANNY ARNOLD * A P*/»mouM Picture H«. Sorp - M UM by HAD IV WAJtftt* • l;na by 1AC« BIOOH OPEN DAILY AT 1:15 P .M. Adults 29c Children 14c To € P.M. (Plus Tax) ONf O AND SAT. f THE ALL- T/MF "GRFATS"! •»- UNITS mm, DISNSVS and Seven Dwarfi twMHEN MaVring •fWlaWMMi, PLUS! ANOTHER DISNEY ALL-TIME GREAT! Walt DUntu/s BanySULLlVAN fyoBRANDQ \ Milium* m reasure Tsland ft* The Final Thrilling Chapter of ncTuaa UNTAMED BREED ••Tim MajM THE LOST PLANET SPACEWAY ADVENTURE! COMING SUNDAY STARTS SUNDAY NEW HITS y 1 WttNtt I ns. PI *. R meit L nb tmmt MASTERWORK OF ADVENTURE w MJIM of RJUUNTME HUDSON LAURIE £ •Technicouor FOR YOUR DANCING AND LISTENING PLEASURE! MARGE MULLIGAN DANCING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 9 till Closing. PALLING'S 232 East Simmons SATURDAY NITE GOOD DANCEABLE MUSIC Guests admitted at front entrance onlyl Dancing 9-1 50th ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION Oct, 30-31 - Nov.. I Saturday Night OCTOBER 10, 1953 Legion Home 571 E. North Si. Gaiesburg, 111. Roy Affaro, And His Orchestra Attendance Prizes Members and Guests Door Prize $70 $50 $50 Chicken and Steak Dinners Sandwiches Coffee Dining Room Ope KEN HENDERSON And His COMBO Every Wednesday, Thursday* Friday and Saturday. CO-HlTt "FIGHTING LAW MAN" FOR YOUR DANCING LISTENING PLEASURE Excellent Steaks, Chops, Sea Foods, Short Orders. FRANK'S 2100 CLUB 2100 Graad Ave, Fbone 6400-6 at i

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