Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 16, 1953 · Page 6
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, October 16, 1953
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October 16. 1953 Molds Cditiittie Party At WilHam^iclcl Kettle," was awarded the pt\te far the best 4is#ott6 it the October party of the Friendship Sunday School Class held Friday evening at the home of Mrs. & Ross Baird. A number of 6ther masked and grotesque creatures were preseftt creating an air of mystery and excitement. After the guests had all arrived and were identified, the regular business session was conducted by president, Mrs. Roland Tucker. The nominating committee, Mrs. Perry Walker and Mrs. Marita Parker, submitted the following slate of officers which was duly elected: president, Mrs. Una Woolsey; vice president, Mrs. P. R. Kimler; secretary, Mrs. Vern Munts; and treasurer, Mrs. Fred Smith. Bible verse roll call* and the Lord 's Prayer, closed the meeting. Lively Halloween contests furnished diversion for the remainder of the evening. Prizes were won by Mrs. bonald Coe and Mrs. James R. Baird. Also several group prizes were given. The hostesses, Mrs. J. Ross Baird, Mrs." Merle Burgess, Mrs. Paul Cain and Mrs. Dale Doubet, served refreshments in keeping with the season. Clever little Halloween characters were used as favors. Kill Kare Klub held its October meeting in the home of Mrs. W. L. Kell, with Mrs. Ella Murdock assisting. There were 12 members present. Roll call topic was "A Favorite Apple Recipe." The following chosen for tho coming year: president, Mrs. W. L. Kell;- vice president, Miss Mabel Maher; secretary-treasurer, Airs. Francis Bodinus; sunshine sister chairman, Mrs. Lloyd Smith; and reporter, Mrs. Lester Leng. Committee for new club books, Mrs. Kell, Mrs. Russell Nelson and Mrs. Merrill Murdock. Mrs. Francis Bodinus read two poems, "When the Frost Is On the Pumpkin/' and "Old October." Devotions were conducted by Mrs. Lester Leng in the absence of Mrs. Nellie Johnston, who was ill. Mrs. Russell Nelson presented a TV and radio contest, the prize going to Mrs. Richard Fuller's team. Bingo was enjoyed during the remainder of the afternoon and prizes won by Mrs. Francis Bodinus, Mrs. Russell Nelson, Mrs. Lloyd Smith and Mrs. Harrison Cole. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. The November meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Blaine Miller at Princeville. The most talked about picture of 1953. "Shane," starring Alan Ladd, Jean Arthur and Van Heflin, is playing Earl Theatre, Knox- vllle. Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. See this epic western, in Technicolor on our new magic panoramic screen. Baby May Avoid Allergy by Skipping Milk CHICAGO (UP)—Babies born in families with records of allergies may be, protected from similar maladies if cow's milk is withheld from them the first few months ! after birth, two Rochester, N.Y., doctors reported today. Doctors Jerome Glaser and Douglas E. Johnstone reported in the Journal of the American Medical Association that "Pediatricians and pediatric allergists have often observed that food sensitivities occur much more frequently in the first few months of life than in later infancy and childhood and px adults." The doctors said that during the early weeks of life, infants may not have developed the immunizing agents that protect older individuals. If the intestinal tract absorbs the allergy-causing proteins during this time, the immunity may never develop. Experimental tests bear out their theory, they said, that the symptoms of milk allergy "might be minimized or even prevented" if cow's milk is withheld from the baby's diet at first. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS Woodlmll WOODHULL 1 Mrs. Wayne Douglas and children have gone Call Special Meeting Oh Stiiithsttif e Lights ~ . SMITttSHIRE—A special meet- to Fort Dodge, Kan., where they Jng wlJ1 be held Tuesday at ft p.m. will join Capt. Wayne Douglas, L t tte Town Hall for tt6 pU fpose who is stationed there. Lf electing new officers for the Mrs. Doughs had made ani ex- street lighting fund. Everybody is tended stay here with her father, L sked t0 come to hel p to continue Mr. Prank Heflin. ft t l4 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heflin *e lights. ffi n hJS?ffptrto LeSUC \ The Community Club held their M? Tnd Mrs Arthur Heflin of »« u,ap nleeting recertUy at the GZ !!d Mr I" Ruby"/ GrSup? of jg™* ^J^^S^SfX Kewanee were callers Sunday ^ gd. A gS ^^^JS^ Mr. and Mrs. B . C. V*™**™** Colorado and Wyoming. Refresh- callers in Galesburg Tuesday aft- ments were by Mfs GftU ernoon. Bush Heflin of Rock Falls was caller at the Frank and James Heflin homes Sunday. Edwards, Mrs. Russell Johnston, Mrs. Harold Hilten, Mrs. Arthur Rosenbalm and Mrs, Fred Mc* Collum, / READ THE CLASSIFIED AOS Plywood can be used to ilmu- late a pfenk effect by scoring th« [panel surface with a router in a series of V grooves running along the grain. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS THEY'RE Audie Murphy, World War II hero, second from left, plays the title role in Universal-International's new Technicolor Westeran, "The Cimarron Kid," also starring Yvette Dugay with Beverly Tyler heading the supporting cast. Audie Murphy is shown above with James Best, Hugh O'Brian and John Hudson, left to right, members of the notorious Dalton outlaw gang in "The Cimarron Kid," directed by Budd Boetticher and produced by Ted Richmond. Plays at the Drive-In Theatre tonight and Saturday. Need Pullmans On Oklahoma Bus ENID, Okla. •Bus drivers ly- fell asleep again and rode twice to the end of the line. Finally perplexed driver Children's Season Tickets for the Senior Women's Club Approved SATURDAY MORNING meet-the funniest people. A woman sleepily took an early morning bus to work here, then immediate- awoke his passenger and asked herj to pay the fare. ABBY ABINGDON There are 266 airports and 50 seaplane bases in the state of New York. WHEN BETTER SANDWICHES AND MALTS ABE SERVED GOLD-NNUCGET 6U West Main Street WILL SERVE THEM. Friday, Oct. 16 $250 fttn DUmond—KnoxvtHe TONITE & SAT. - Mat. Sat. 2:30 2 — CHILlEft DRIERS — 2 No. 1 Great Jesse James Raid No. 2 Trail Blazers 99 First Drawing [Second Drawing, if neces- " y wry, 11:30 P. M. MIDNITE SHOW SAT. WATCH OUT FOR "THE SNIPER" STARTING SUNDAY SHOWS FOR (Tax Included) Please pick up your tickets Orpheum Theatre not later than Friday, Oct. 16th. Only capacity will be sold. ACT NOW! Saturday, Oct. 17 $150 Benny's 76 Public Square) SPECIAL! CATFISH DINNERS Chicken In The Basket... 850 STEAKS - CHOPS SANDWICHES SUBURBAN Ethal Burk«, Proprietor Drawing P. M.| READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS 1st Morning Show TOMORROW MORNING Open 9 *.m.—$t*rt3 10 a.m Second Drawing, if necessary f 11:30 P. M. KNOXVILLE Toniie - Saturday EXTRA! 3 STOOGES AH Shows On Our N»w Panoramic Screen Saturday "Galesburg's Leading Fraternity" SATURDAY NITE DANCE Main Floor 9:30 to 1 ALFARO ORCHESTRA Guests enter through front entrance only. Anniversary Celebration Oct. 30-31 and Nov, 1 FOR YOUR DANCING AND LISTENING PLEASURE! MARGE MULLIGAN TRIO OCTOBER 17, 1953 Legion Home 571 E. North St Galesburg, III. Bob Sampson And His Orchestra Attendance Prizes Members and Guests Door Prize $75 $50 $50 Chicken and Steak Dinners Sandwiches • Coffee Dining Room Ope BEAUTIFUL mi NOTORIOUS! , ..and born to make trouble--for men/ KEN HENDERSON And His COMBO Every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Starts SUNDAY at 2:45 P. M. SUPPER CLUB (SKANO c KNOX PRESENTS THE FINEST IN ENTERTAINMENT FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 9 till Cloting. FOR YOUR PANCING and LISTENING PLEASURE excellent Steaks, Chops, Sea Foods, Short Orders. STARTING MONDAY ORGAN PIANO DRUMS JULIE LaBOLLE AT THE ORGAN — Closing Saturday — MOOSE LODGE NO. 880 TRAIL Rll Sunday, October On* Mil* tilt Cimeren And! t MM* South. Brine S**k Lunch WYMAN A HINNI«NT SATURDAY NIGHT DANCE PARTY Members end Guests ^ — Music by — RON-LEE HOFFMAN Margaret Thompson at the Hammond BAND KITCHEN OPEN $1 and PIANO ge Steak $1 Fritrf to Order Sandwiches AIRPORT INN j Where Good Food Is Served Always! OPEN DAILY AT 1:15 P.M. ORPHEUM H-u-r-r-y, H-u-r-r-y WEIR NEWEST LAUGH MOV Adults 42c Children 12c ro 6 (pi. tax) SATURDAY! DONNA oMtmlni Mxh NRR » Barbara JOSEPH CALLEIA REED 'BATES' FRED CLARK * ^ ft ALSO COLOR CARTOON o VERY LATEST NEWS ORPHEUM STARTS SUNDAY! 5W. mm mmm '7.V •VP? taw-*.: J * in •v*ry JOtjf • i • k 1 mm 41-6-M'i 2f H' *en*9 LANA TURNER JOHN MONTALBAN Be%t LOUIS CALHERN JEAN EDUARD Oret $ onion HAGEN • FRANZ OPEN DAILY AT 1:15 P.M. TODAY WEST Adults 29c Children 12c to 6 (pi. tax) AND SAT. BIG FEATURES & CARTOONS! •X Allen 4 IMI AIIZOWA COWMV M 4KOKO Ml MIIACII NOISI Of 1HI MOVVIS mm Shadow tombston Cxfro A4M Treat! ALL S10WS - S SAME PROGRAM! FevorFtt "$tw$ n ixm FUN! EXTRA LAUGHS I STARTS SUNDAY NEW HITS AYRfS TUFTS STEELE SUSIE'S STEAK HOUSE "ON THE SQUARE" IN KNOXVILLE WILL CLOSED Saturday, Oct. 17 through Saturday. Oct. 31 For Employees' Well Earned Vacations. OPEN SUNDAY, NOV. Thank You. Sue it Susie" Chin, Prop. TONITE SAT. CONTINUOUS FROM 1sl3 PARADISE OF TEMPTATION! Monte Carlo, wherp love is the p/eateM Rflmhlfi of all and a woman risks mmr -than she can afforri to lose 1 0*fftON rooD OtHN flUDTE CH ***** PLUS: COMEDY, CARTOON, NEWS and SPORT STARTS SUNDAY THE LAST SAVAGE DAYS AND SINFUL NIGHTS OF MIGHTY BABYLON! wuwm TECHNICOLOR sUrrVtg mm CONIE • W CHRISTIAN OPEN 6:30 P)M. FIRST SHOW 7:00 P.M. TONITE AND SATURDAY THE GUN-BLAZING STORY OF THE LAST GREAT OUTLAW RAIDS! AT 11:00 P. M. SATURDAY ALSO SUNDAY MONDAY DARING, TRUE-LIFE ADVENTURE OF AMERICA'S HEROES ON HORSEBACK! 1500 mile i donger-filled wilderness! it- J US, I0J, J f Mm- J J 11 ^4 * V m '•V 7- ' PI Stands a&r by TECHNICOLOR RHONDA W8M BESSTON • FLEMING % 1ST SHOW ONLY * 4 COLOR % CARTOONS /fi Still Time to be Outdoors. Evenings Are Pleasant at the DRIVE-IN

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