Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 15, 1953 · Page 6
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, October 15, 1953
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write i r * * ' _ 1 fife x I AND LEWIS HITS Club M I AVON — Rep. Richard Larson of Gal*burg was guest speaker at the October meeting of the Junior Womai/s Club held last fhfc tMditio »al call of efictt repdrt that • "The Caddy fiS* 16 deitt the ihirmy aftd concerns a couple of young guys, I** *t ^ii ^tftfetihfi tfoUbaits* Bwfi aftd Jfmy, who would ratter „ - MifSTa S fn^att" play golf than work. Jerry falls week in the basement of the Fed he has t0 P Jay com f eratGd Church. Legislative actiyi- J• btaS hew Paramount petitively, but because he is a su- A SSfttlon "The Caddy,*' perior player he becomes Dean's at the Otpheum Theatre, teacher and coaches him to the SitS • vlM "SS CJadd^ audi- bfink of greatness Jerry relegates 15f will think of this call as a hffaself to the job of caddy and ISai to loo?en the I buttons and Dean takes all the bows. Ifeoare tot side-splitting laughter, when the .two have a falling out • ttt "The Caddy," Dean and Jerry before a 'big tournament' their iaTfP to the aolf course and wheth- quarrel causes a comically c&tas- ties were' explained in detail by Mr. Larson. Following his informative speech, the business meeting was resumed with Mrs. William Reed, president,' calling the meeting to order. j Mrs. John R. Hunter reported, on the dance sponsored by the club Sept. 29. 1 meeting In the country home bf Miss Evelyn Frederick. Mfs. M. R. Lillie ^vas assistant hostess. The dinner was in honor of the province vice president, Mrs. Orion I. Bingaman of Western Springs, who was paying a visit to the local club. Eleven w&e present A brief business session followed the dinner, after Which Mfs, Bingaman gave a talk about the fraternity. Alpha ALPHA Mr. aftd Mrs, Dofial Neely are parents of a girl born Sunday night at the Cottage Hospital in Galesburg. The little one has been named Karen Kathleen. Mrs. Tony Rossi and children, Richard and Daniel, of Cleveland are visiting at the Franklin Wirt thomfe. Mrs. Rossi Is a cousin of Mrs. Wirt. Mr. and Mrs, Roland Ffenell spent the weekend with their son, Warren, and family at Grand Rap- ABBY ABINGDON ids, Mich. LAST TIMES TONITE! Susie's Steak Hoatt On The, III. IT A Hi NO BARBARA CLIFTON WEBB * STANWYCK totfueM br CHAFES MUCKCTT <y^ SERVICE -jCA T P A-OF IN M I 0\AM*K F / » ON ANY HAKE MFWSNAV&P OF r irF FQUIPMFNT Co - ) | O f AAA) M ST. Moose Lodge - * af they be on the pitting green the fairway, or at the tee you can test assured that they are going to be providing loads of wonderful entertainment Advance audi- 4 i GO TO A MOVIE THEA bftPHEUM: "The Caddy," 1:30, 3:34, > 5:38, 7:42, 9:4Q. ( , - . WEST: "Devil and the Flesh. 1.30, T4 .55 and 8:20^ "One Summer of Hap- i piness,**. 3:04, 6 :29, 9:54. trophic riot, ending their golfing Following adjournment, refresh ventures for all time but launch- ments were served by. committee „ *• M TAI«>4 f f M »*4 a 1 l-rt 9% ing them on new careers as comedy entertainers. Meanwhile Dean has ample opportunities to sing sweet ballads to bis girl in the film, Donna Reed, while Jerry has as many chances to moon and make puppy-love to pretty Barbara Bates. The ballads, sung in Miss Reed's direction by Dean, include two songs which seem to be definitely headed for the hit division. They are "WhistUW Kind of Morning" and "You're the Right One." Also in the musical vein'is Jerry Lewis' rendition of "The Gay Continental** which preview audiences are hailing as one of the most amusing numbers \o come along in some time. Seen in "The Caddy" are a gal-} axy of golfdom greats, Ben Hogan,! ^ Sam Sneed, Jimmy Thompson,!^ Julius Borros and Byron Nelson, j all of whom portray themselves.) "The Caddy" was written for the screen by Edmund Hartmann, Danny Arnold and Ken England and was produced by Paul Jo^pes, with Norman Taurog directing. members, 'Mrs. John Hamilton, Mrs. Lewis Potter, Mrs. Mary Brown, Mrs. Charlotte Fayhee and Mrs. Donna Markley. Thirty-five were present. the Libbic Brooks Gaddis Alumni Club of Pi Beta Phi was entertained * at a recent dinner Friday, Oct. 16 $250 Green Diamond—Knoxvlll* First Drawing P. M •i Second Drawing, if necej sary, 11:30 P. M. ' Usual Good Time Sat., Oct, 17 thru Oct, 31 for Employee* Well Earned Vacation. Opening Nov. 1, 1953 Thank You * . . Sue T. "Sutio" thin, Prop. Meet Ed Jorn (Formerly of Ed'i Package liquor Inc.) AUGIE'S COUNTRY CLVB 220 E. SIMMONS ST. KNOXVILLE r traces Maquon History At Illim Club Meeting • MAQUON — The Illini Club irnet Thursday afternoon at the home o£ Mrss. W. L. Shafer. Mrs. Jfohn Donaldson, president, presided, and gave a report of the county meeting of the Federated Clubs, held at Oneida. Mrs. A. T. Wurtz- berger reported on the regional meeting she attended at Havana, Oct. 2. Mrs. Elsie Hartsook, chairman of Indian Welfare, gave a 20-minute report on her department. ; Mrs, Sarah Bearmore, charter member of the club, ha'd the paper for the program, and chose at her subject, "My Home Town." It was news to many of the youiiger and newer club members, that Maquon had so many places °*| All Movies Shown On The busme^s and employment in yearsj New p^jfORAMIC SCREEN Among those were a brick yard, jace track, two hotels, two dry goods stores, millinery shop, harness shop, men's clothing store, furniture store, photo gallery, bakery, two banks, two flour mills and a carpet weaver. The town also had four physicians, two attorneys and a dentist. Mrs. Bearmore's father, the late William Swigart, was one,of the pioneers of the town, and organized the Maquon State Bank. Btiring the business meeting Mrs. Gene Strode reported on the plans for the trip to Davenport, Oct. 22, where places of interest will be visited. The Illini Club members will be guests of the Williamsfield Club on Tuesday when the local clubj will provide the program. * The hostess served refreshments. Mrs. Donaldson presided at the tea table. DANCE ONEIDA LEGION HALL Pleasant Valley Neighbor Boys Sal., Oct. 17 — 9 io 1 Mixed Dances Ervin Mosher, Caller FOR YOUR DANCING AND LISTENING PLEASURE! MARGE MULLIGAN TRIO Saturday, Oct, 17 $150 Benny's 76 Public Square First Drawing P. M. f Second Drawing, if neces sary, 11:30 P. M. READ THE WANT ADS And Fall Festival Sat. f Oct. 17th Henderson Grove Grange Our Aim U Tfct Same As fn fhe Past — Friendliness, Cleanliness, Honesty and Service. COMPLETE UN* OF DRINKS CORN BEEF, HOT BEEF, HAM AND CHEESE SANDWICHES Service by Ed Jorn and "Midge'' Sergeant Corn* In For Tavern Night Drawings THEY'RE HERE DANCING 42c til 6 P.M. (Plus Tax) IT'S SO TERRIFIC . Friday Saturday JANE RUSSELL Is t That OUTLAW woman it back again! Children's Season tickets for the Senior Women's Club Approved SATURDAY MORNING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY . 9 till Closing. PALLING'S 232 East Simmons WE'RE HOLDING IT THRU SATURDAY! SPECIAL A POUND AND A QUARTER FOR A DOLLAR AND A QUARTER! Potatoes Saiad Bread and Butter Friday and Saturday, October 16-17, from 5 P.M. Chambers and Main hm.Ja-aj^ mm u -m *^ q - h ^ w- DRIVE-IN THEATRE Open 6:30 P. M. COMING SUNDAY! Pony Express Charlton Hesion First Show 7:00 P. M. TONITE - DOUBLE FEATURE i M • h m ill *\ ¥ -V-' •-' "_ h i • • H • M t L F h - * J i 1 * The household goods of the late Miss Julia Tobin were sold at auction Saturday afternoon at the home. The house has been closed since her death four years ago. Motor vehicle . traffic in the! United States exceeded half a trillion miles for the first time in 1952. TONITE LAST TIME Naff ftftpu GO Gt&CGQ/ SHOWS FOR (Tax Included) Please pick up your tickets Orpheum Theatre not later than Friday, Oct. 16th. F Only capacity will be sold. ACT NOWJ Galesburg's Leading Fraternity" FRIDAY NITE F • L f X F * * T*_ L ¥ W_m • . • . . 4 . m ¥_ • I F _1 #4 h V- + -* •m J k r 'Ay V. \ " \ h -h w 4_ -1 r # • i 4 4 t J I r # -. ri H + k n p' d 4! _ + h H h • • * I 4fc h n J 1 • F F P • • T • I i t • N L R •J"B , J* b 41 Pi"- W T * _• +• » + * J * + i u _ - > j PJ n h * * 4" LT"* PF--* • d • • -I • PJ A * •_ * t ' ii • - f 4i _ _b- F JANE Alf»0 klsllullA^in! . COlUMBtA PICfURE ^coior b> Technicolor STARTS SUN.: "SHANE 1st Morning Show Saturday, Oct. 17 ^ Open 9 a.m.—Starts 10 a.m. AND JITNEY SUPPER Served by Ladies Auxiliary. ALWAYS A GOOD TIME AT THE EAGLES! MEMBERS ONLY! A" ->.v> THEY'RE CRASHING p> _- * - » ' 1 4 • I - 4* H • ri f « i I ¥ PF_ F 4i ri - * h • ri 4- h L | 1 • - • * l _-.4r . » r * 41 # ph_ * « i * * »• _> F' I J # . * h ^ • * r *1 4 I - - L x I * 4 > J F h'F -r > -P ^ * P mf * r 4 J_ ' p J 4 J - - p> p- F * T 1 J*mf* mm _F L & M - Pi h * * * > p- • b 1 m T 4 'I pk ri G00FY GOLFERS •>•••• f Were Never Funnier! V 1^ % BUNCNARD «tf M MISS UNIVUSE CONTEST lUVTIES BOW INS, TOMORROW SATURDAY SONGS p- h F m - - - i + 1 >J f * r • ri P F ' THE GUM-BLAZING STORY OF THE LAST GREAT OUTLAW RAIDS'. Anniversary Celebration Oct. 30-31 and Nov. 1 41 r_i s V/QULDCHA DONNA • r r 4 WITHOUT WHISTLE P 4*,- BARBARA £PP ' •* i i. h Pry. couTrnt ^a RIGHT COLOR CARTOON f r • ALSO if i * VERY LATEST NEWS STARTS ORPHEUM M-G-M'B MUSICAL ROMANCE OF RIO! MAN 1J' 'LATIN LANA TURNER RICAROO JOHN LOUIS : * j n r • • r i -« YVETTE DllW With mm It's Still Time to Be Outdoors Evenings Are Pleasant at the Drive-In toioi bf STARTS TONITE Box Office Opens 6:45 4 mm Showi at 7:00 & 9:00 r H * J LAST TIMES TONITE! Two Adult Entertainment Features! 4PT "ONE SUMMER OF HAPPINESS' and THE DEVIL THE FLESH 1:1$ P.M. Continuous 41 F r 4r > Pi *_ 1:30 P.M. L+ - L I PL AND SAT. overnight ' pi •S HITS i'1 • Unhurried old-world brewing methods • Expensive imported and domestic hops • Our own making * Sparkling pure deep-rock Wisconsin water • Aged far, far longer than other premium beers • Double fermented, as in making finest champagne We don't aim to make the most beer; only the best 35i ex Allen MM AtlZOMA COWtor •rfKOKO^ ^ >4 V. in: I". in Of Wl MOVttS S hadow T ombstone 1 Stra'njtrt just 24 homs before... now they worM's MSt ncUc» r«sort( packed a gun! 0er *4 Extra Aiiti InaH Ml SHOWS SAME PROGRAM! v.- - than other premium beers AU STAR PROGRAM •F- • - -'\> *• J ri IP! 1 ! . .! COIOR Sv ft' 1 « * ill; 1 B ^PliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH* ^5 J .m^L^mlm^mm ^^^S^^^^^^^^^^^ m w — —- T Come and See . . . I' , - . • I Yoyr Favorit* ••Stors'' V •A- ri i 4 - RICHAD TODI PLUS COMEDY, Ci - t* I- .4

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