Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 10, 1953 · Page 5
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 5

Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, October 10, 1953
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DRIVE-IN THEATRE OPEN 6:30 P. M. -FIRST SHOW 7:00 P. M. TONITE "C'mon Dean, use the two Iron" is Jerry Lewis's plea to Dean Martin in this hilarious scene from "The Caddy," Paramount* brand new comedy sensation due to open Sunday at the Opneum Theatre. Co-starred in this delightful film set against a golf world background are Donna Reed and Barbara Hates. Paul Jones produced and Norman Taurog directed. JEFF CHANDLER* ALEX NICOL JUDITH BRAUN • CHARLES DRAKE .»JACQUELINE DUVAL - SIDNEY POITIER • HUGH OMAN' Redheaded Piper Laurie and reckless Rock Hudson re-live the adventurous days of ancient Bagdad in Universal-International's Technicolor production of "The Golden Blade," which starts Sunday at the Grove Theatre. Kiit <Ti ;iin T -adifs Society at Alexis ALKXIS — Mrs, Guy Bogtfs en- 1 <:rt.;iiwil the Ladies Aid of tho I 'rf 'sli'.lfTKin Church in hor home W "i |rn" i|;iy aiirrnoon with Mrs. ( 'l;irk l,;iir. Mrs. \Villi ;im Bailey and Mrs, KcnnHh Patterson as- si '-tinn. Mrs Or in Svvope conducted the business tnef -ting. Mrs. Margaret H'lbhins rave the devotions. Final plans v.cre made for the chicken pie su(>[>< i arid bazaar of Nov. 14 arid for the trip to the Mercer County .ViiMng Home Thursday. Mrs. V .iiliam MeKnitfhl spoke on "History of favorite Hymns and Writer'." i;i,<l one verse of each S'mj; V,,JS sun^. K'fre: i,ii,< rit.'i were served. Mrs. H>ilh Friedemann, Mrs. CnsMe liiuiriRlon, Mrs. Georgia Robertson, Mrs. E. J. Pearson and Mr.-.. John Symes attended funeral wrvicc:, for William Moburg at the Henderson Grove Lutheran Church Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Gene Burgers at- funeral services of '.linieer, in the Millers- tori an Church Wcdnes- -•m. Mrs. Minteer was ' aunt, mall son of Mr. and 1 leharty, has been in Iha Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Saturday, October 10. 1853 6 for a week, was brought home Tuesday. Mrs. Marylou Duncan attended a birthday party on Miss Edith Duncan in Monmouth Monday afternoon. I Mrs. Ray Lawrence was a visitor in Monmouth Wednesday after- jnoon. i Miss O'Ann Johnson returned to ! Moline Wednesday evening after | attending the funeral of her grand- 'father, William Mobcrg. ELSIE'S LUNCH Formerly Ray's Lunch Short Orders - Dinners Chicken Steaks Fish SE Corner Square, Galesburg Open Sundays fill 2:30 p.m. Mr, and : Itcnded the Mrs. Ruth ' burg l' d »y aften,.-, Mr. Bur;:. Uanrr, Mrs. ,n SHRINE MOSQUE Peoria — Monday, Oct. 26 On* Show at 8.30 P. M. OftECT FROM HOLLYWOOD the (j ot Wfi Hospital, Galesburg, A B B Y 5UNDAY • MONDAY Matinne Sunday 2:30 J — GIANT UNITS — 2 WALT OISNEY'S CARTOON CARNIVAL PLUS II ^ SHERIDAN % A COMPLITf SHOW*!* Corulillno of 27 Entertainers la Show Troup* MAIL ORDERS HOW Tlekeli 3.60—3.00—2.40—1.80. Band sell addressed envelop* with check or money order io Berl Poller, Edelileln, 111. Phone 2401 Edelileln, AT 11:00 P.M. TONITE AND STARTING SUNDAY Exclusive 1st Run !\ * GO TO A MOVIE THEATRE TOD) SUNDAY, OCT. II ORPHEUM: "The Caddy," at 1:30, 3:34, 5:38 . 7:42, 0:48. WEST! "Master of Ballantrae," 1:30, 4:20, 7:10, 10:00; "Fighting Lawman," 3:00, 5:50, 8:40. Little York Woman Notes 87th Birthday LITTLE YORK — Mrs. Lulu Moses was 87 Sunday and her daughter, Mrs. Sue Ballard,! planned a surprise for her. Rela -j tives came with well filled baskets at the noon hour to help her celebrate. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wright of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yerkey and two sons, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Parkman of Aledo, Mr. and Mrs. C. E, Ballard, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ballard and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinney and baby. The seventh and eighth grade pupils of Little York Grade School completely surprised Miss Linda Bellinger Wednesday evening after school. Linda is out of school, suffering with a badly bruised knee. Games were enjoyed and refreshments enjoyed. Girls at tending were Linda Hess, Paula and Jodie Hughs, Nancy Guilin ger, Judy McKelvey, Janet Mar tin, Sharon Schaffer, Ruth Stev-j ens and Sharon Rhoden. Shower at Ophiem OPHIEM — Mrs. Curtis Briggs, assisted by Mrs. Dean Briggs of Alpha, entertained at a baby shower Wednesday night in honor j of a nephew, David Joe, infant son of the Ralph Briggses. Mrs. John Meyers and Mrs. Norman | Lowery won game awards. LES WOLFE Is BACK at the SPORTSMAN CLUB Will be glad to see all old friends and welcome all new ones. STOP IN AND SAY HELLO! 105 S. Seminary i EARL KNQXVILLE THE FIRST BIG MUSICAL ON OUR NEW MAGIC PANORAMIC SCREEN tun 11 MM TiiAr °P en 2:45 Sund(, y' Adulti 50e, jUn.-rlOn.-IUeS. Children 14c (Tax Included) TONITE — Robert Mitchum and Susan Hayward in "THE LUSTY MEN," Rodeo Hit! J Read Register-Mail Want Ads Ends TONITE1 TWO WALT DISNEY AltTIME GREATS1 "Snow White and -jjjjy "Treasure the Seven Dwarfs" Island" ALSO: last Chapter «f "LOST PLANET" OPEN DAILY AT 1:15 P. M. — CONTINUOUS FROM 1:30 P. M. in jjrjL J IMXIA TOMORROW 2 ass 2! KKEL DRAGOONS <OF THE SCARLET ^RUSADjf - ENDS TODAY Edmund O'Brien "CHINA VENTURE" Plus "UNTAMED BREED" GROVE STARTS SUNDAY OPEN 1:15 1st Galesburg Showing (UNIVERSAL INTERNATIONAL ' presents SSJS||» j With the magic power that was his alone...hi crushed the fury of pagan hordes fabulous 7 /1 *5 «* GENE EVANS • KATHLEEN HUGHES • GEORGE MACREADY • STEVAN GERAY COMEDY, "LAUGA A DAY," CARTOON "TWIIT TWEET TWEETIE PIS" ADDED •nd NEWS n *««ih« ERROL FlYNN ROGER IT iPiifil BEATRICE CAMPBELL' YVONNE FURNEAUX ROGER UVESEY'ANTHONY STEEL -HERB MEADOW. «S5SSI!SSri5 • wiuJAMtf &iia/ HE BLOCKED THE PATH OF PLUNDER WEST OE FLAGSTAFF PRICES « Suodeyi Adulli 54c -Children 15c AU Pay (t >lu» Federal Tax) • Weekdays: AdglK 37c • Childrao 12c to 6 (Plus Federal T*x) OMM DAILY M •>*:• ML Tha Suiawme Novel Tkae* Slavfiaat Vho PRICES: Sunday: Adults 58c • Childnn 15c All Day (Plwi Federal Tax) Waakdays: Adults 42c - Children 12c te 6 P. M. (Plut Tax) Starts TOMORROW! IneJklOftf Tu cwf ~t -r T«*+ *~ „ . It's Their Latest and They're Goofy Golfers! n

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