Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 14, 1953 · Page 6
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-1 ^ i "n i "i V.'. r 1 J •si -4 October H 1953 i _ t »• r ghal Cluh Holds ft. Henderson Meeting SMAHGHAl - A perfect attend a nee was tecorded when the Eve* Club met at the home o* Mm'. Frank Peterson in North Henderson, ftug rags were sewed dfter which lunch was servied by the hostess. Mrs. Elmer Williams, Mrs, Bill Peterson and Mrs. Leone Anderson were guests. Mrs. Harold Bodeen will entertain Wednes* day, Oct. 28. Miss Sharon Libby invited Bev­ erley Arp, Sharon Mayhew, Janet Graybaugh, uudy Stephens, Steve Loquist, Jack Nail, Bradley McCormick, Dennis Morris and Larry Trial to her home on Friday evening. They spent the time first with a hayrack ride, followed by a wiefter roast in Libbys' yard. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bock and Linda Lou were guests. i Serve something different: cook rice and toss lightly wijth well drained crushed or chunk-style pineapple. Wonderful with lamb chops or a curry. H ERE'S THE SMOOTH WAY to fill ch guest's order—and fill it to perfection! Hiram Walker's Party Pair gives you the makings for dozens of favorite drinks—all with the superb smoothness and flavor that Hiram Walker puts into both Imperial and Hiram Walker's Gin. Pick up your Party Pair today! IMPERI Made by Hiram Walker BLENDED WHISKEY • 86 FROOf 70% GRAIN NEUTRAL SP1BTS 90 HtOOF-DISnitfD MOM 100% AMERICAN GftAIN HIRAM WAUCER & SONS INC., PEORIA, ILLINOIS Answer to Pr#v!dut Punt* 3 Closed hand 4 Mongol 5 Split pulse 6 Number * 7 Walking stick 8 Flying toys 9 Truce 10 Horse color 11 Monarch 16 Accustomed 20 Waken 31 22 More dreadful 24 Sleeping . 33 places 25 Toward the 35 sheltered side 40 30 Paradise ACROSS 1 Floating platform 5 Ship part 9 Noah's craft 12 Operatic solo 13 Soviet mountains 14 FVench king 15 Poisonous 17- of* war 18 Devil 19 Swerving 21 Impolite 23 Distress signal 24 French dance 26 Tears 27 Circle 28 Romany 29 Shoshonean Indians 32 Click beetle 34 Within 36 Determine 37 » of eight" 38 Sow 39 Remainder 41 Abstract being 42 Girl's name 44 Colors 46 Removed head skin and hair 49 Rajah's wife 53 " o T nine-tails" 54 Things left out 56 Mimic 57 Expires 58 Permits 59 Legal matters 60 Gaelic 61 Blackthorn DOWN 1 Knocks 2 Region ••era a man aaaa •Baa aaica |t3Citii3 43 45 46 Soap-making frame Of ocean movement Saltpeters Whirlpools Lyric poem Sloop parts Cicatrix 47 of Good Hope 48 Persian prince 50 Carol 51 Within (prefix) 52 Essential being 55 Compass point Comedy partners Bud Abbott and Lou Costello soar to new laugh heights in Universal-International's hilarious "Abbott and Cos* telJo Go To Mars." Former model Mari Blanchard heads the large supporting cast in the role of a Planetary ruler. Eight contest winners from the recent Miss Universe Contest are also seen i the new comedy. "All I Desire," starring Barbara Stanwyck, com pletes the double feature for tonight and Thursday at the Drive In Theatre. Rio RIO — Mrs. George Bland and daughters, Sharon and Barbara, and Russell Johnson returned to their home here Sunday afternoon after spending a few days in Cutler. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fritz and children spent Sunday afternoon j at the home of Mr. and Mrs. j Eddie Cramer at Gilson. j Mr. and Mrs. Walter Epperson/ with M:. and Mrs. Marion Neil and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Neil of Monmouth, spent Sunday in Rockford. Mr. and Mrs. William Henderson and sons spent Saturday in Moline with his sister, Airs. Eddie. Eaves. !' Mrs. A. E. Gammage and James! Gillis of Galesburg and the Gam-i mages were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and ' Mrs. Cyril Hammer, celebrating the birthday anniversary of Mr. Gillis and Bruce Hammer. Miss Patricia Miller of Galesburg has been spending the past week at her home here with an \ ear injury. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Miller, took her back to Galesburg Sunday evening. j Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cheline and sons were Sunday dinner j guests at the home of her parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Victor Freeberg, near Henderson. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Epperson! attended the wedding of Mrs, Ep- 1 person's niece, Miss Vera Libeck.j to Robert Berry in Bettendorf on' Saturday. i John Weech has returned to his. home after a stay in the St.! Mary's Hospital, but is still con-! fined in bed. ; ENDS TONITE! life MADE jBCHNtCOLOR. Starring ROCK PIPER HUDSON • LAURIE STARTS THURSDAY MERll OBERON RICHARD TODD GENN P - 4 - V ¥ 4 *_> dm as KM SHRINE MOSQUE Ptoria — Monday, Oct. 26 On* Show at 8:30 P. M. DIRECT FROM HOLLYWOOD DOROTHY LAM0UR. Gruenlher Confident PARIS (UP)-Gen. Alfred M. Gruenther said Tuesday night his Allied armies can probably resist "more than successfully" any Russian forces massed in occupied Europe. The strongest statement to date by the supreme Allied commander on the West's strength in Europe was made at a formal dinner sponsored by the Franco - American Committee. A COMPLETE SHOW*X* Consisting o! 27 Entertainexft in Show Troup* MAIL ORDERS NOW Tickeli 3.60—3.00—2.40—1.80. Send seli addressed envelope with check or money order to Bert Potter* Edelsiein, 111. Phone 2401 Edelstein. BACK at the be glad to see all friends welcome new * ill' STOP AND SAY HELLO 105 S. Seminary C D A N C E OLISEUM • DAVENPORT . EVERY WED., THURS. AND SAT. CARNIVAL DANCE JONN1E KAYES Orchestre Dance 9-1 Wednesday OCT. 21 IDOL OF THE AIRLANES A i'H"ii, fObserve AntiivcrsaHes At New Windsor Hotnes NEW WINDSOR — The second birthday anniversary of Lorna Hickok, daughter o! Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hickok, was marked on Friday at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Re* Garrett. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Olson came from Chicago Saturday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Johnson'. On Sunday Miss Harriett Smith of Moline/ Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, their guests, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith were entertained in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Swanson at Viola. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Mead, whose 46th wedding anniversary was Saturday, entertained Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Carnahan, whose 53rd anniversary was the same day, at a dinner in their home Sunday. The wedding anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Armstrong of Reynolds and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hickok, were observed at a dinner Sunday in the Armstrong home. Attending from New Windsor besides the honored guests and their family were Mr. and Mrs. Myron Hickok, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Garrett and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson and sons. t OO tO A MOVIE THEATRE TOC WEDNESDAY, OCT. 14 ORPHEUM: "The Caddy." 1:30, 3:34, 5:38, 7:42, 9:46. WESTt "Devil and the Flesh," 1:30, 4:55, and 8:20; "One Summer of Happiness," 3;04, 6:29, 9:54. If you've scoured ydur cast iron skillet too much, and it has lost its smooth finish, rub it with vegetable shortening and put the skillet over low heat for twenty to thirty minutes. tolrlbrook P. T. A. To Meet on Friday "Open House" will be the highlight of the P.T.A. meeting Friday night, Oct. 16, at 7:30 p.m. at Coldbrook School, District 205. AH of the friends and relatives to com*, ttufitc mm b« prwftfed by the first and second graders and' the program committee has also secured an interesting film to show. Meet The social part of the evening is being arranged by Mr. and Mrs, Lewis Klusmcyer, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Clair ot the children, have been urged Townsend. SPECIALS 531 THURS. -FRU SATURDAY Slromgren & Thoureen THEY'RE HERE Cotton Flannel SPORT SHIRTS S2.87 1r' CAIRO, Egypt (UP)— British and Egyptian negotiators will hold a decisive meeting on the future of the Suez Canl zone this weekend, according to an Egyptian spokesman. Minister of National Guidance Maj. Salah Salem said Tuesday night that both sides have agreed to present their final views on all major points in dispute at the next meeting, either Saturday or Monday. Children's Season Tickets for the Senior Women's Club Approved SATURDAY MORNING Sweat Shirts S2.87 Gaucho Shirts Long Sleeve Turtle S2.87 Sweaters SI.87 ABBY ABINGDON TONITE THRU THURS. CLIFTON IUH1MO WEBB • STANWYCK Produced t>, CHARLES BRACKETT WHEN BETTER SANDWICHES AND MALT! ARE SERVED G0LD-N-NUGGET 614 Wesi Main Street WILL SERVE THEM. SHOWS FOR (Tax Included) Please pick up your tickets Orpheum Theatre not later than Friday, Oct. 16th. Only capacity will be sold. ACT NOW! 1st Morning Show Saturday, Oct. 17 Open 9 a.m.—Starts 10 a.m. OPEN 1:15 P.M. 42c to 6 P.M. (Plus Tax) NOW! THEY'RE FUNNIEST / 4 <V- 4 * 4 * -v-v co-Jtarrinj! SONCS WAMOftCfTto 'ilj* ONf no LOVI m A WttTlMT < My C0HTIWIT* MTtf TW MKT 0MI m m ******** n - * ft TO.'. -•»v mm bates »JOSEPH CALLEIA FRED CLARK PLUS! COLOR ^ LATEST CARTOON ^ NEWS OPEN DAILY AT 1:15 CONTINUOUS DAILY FROM 1:30 P AND I WED. [ SHOCK-FILLED FEATURES AN FOR FILM A UDIENCES f •B ELOWHCl AMD PASSION MOT TO BE DENIED" mat P». • [-:-.- j-'i 1- - Prize Winning Swedish Film Intimate as .a iWSm wire recorder,, in a bedroom/ i J — TIMI MACA2INI Pricfs For This Attrition . AH S««ts 65c All P«y (Pries Include* F«d*raJ Ux) J A PAUt GHAEJZ PRO0UCTI0« NOT RECOMMENDED FOR CHILDREN UNDER 16 Stromgren Thoureen Quality Men's Furnishings 323 East Main Street KNDXVILLE A REAL TREAT ON THE NEW WIDE PANORAMIC SCREEN A LOO WYMAN * MILLAND * • -0 ?m P ' 1 STARTS SUNDAY "SHANE" Color DRIVE-IN COMING THEATRE Open 6:30 P. M. Pony Expres Charlton Heston First Show 7:00 P. M. TONITE AND THURSDAY BIG DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM! BLANCHAfiD m mi tk MISS UNIVERSE CONTEST MAUDES LHR lining • « m qsuonah It's Still Time to Be Outdoors Evenings Are Pleasant at the Drive-in DANCING ENTERTAINMENT NIGHTLY '.V •Z e Good Food Dancing r Entertainment Air Gondii I ned J P . J - . . . j **4 .V f ^' K>Vi , i » > • \ • - V - . • t F - *J Henderson .r L y • r AND Wed. COMBO Every Thurs. - Fri. - Sat We Are Members of the Tavern Nite Drawing. • 2100 2100 Grand Avenu* Phone 6400-6

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