Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 17, 1953 · Page 5
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 5

Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, October 17, 1953
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Duck Hunters Will Meet Near Galva to Build Blinds The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, Til- Saturday, October 17, 1953 , 8 GALVA—Meeting of duck hunters of Lake Calhoun Association was held Thursday night at the clubhouse. Plans were made for those Interested to meet at 8 o'clock Sunday morning at the clubhouse to build blinds for the hunting season. According to Gerald Quanstrom, member of the sports comrniUec of the Lake Association, prospects look good for the hunting season. All members who are interested in the program are asked to bo present on Sunday morning. WRC Meets Woman's Relief Corps held a regular meeting Friday afternoon in I.O.O.F. Hall. There were 20 officers and members at the meeting presided over by Mrs. William Conclly, president. A card from Mrs. Karl V. Johnson informed members that, she was now at home and improving after her recent illness and hospitalization. Announcement was made of the 15th District Convention which will be held at Moose Hall in Galesburg Thursday. Luncheon Sclma Mendel, Mrs. Daisy Jones, Mrs. Margaret Murphy, Mrs. Gertrude Sellon and Mrs. C. It. Smith. W.S.C.S. of Grace Methodist. Church met Friday afternoon in the church parlors. A short prayer service was held preced ing the meeting. Mrs. George Nor bom, vice president, presided. Devotional service was led by Mrs. Harold Anderson who read an article, "One Man's Prayer for Today." Mrs. Leslie Hubcr, a guest at the meeting, spoke on the function of the Council of Church Women. Mrs. Howard Lapan served as program chairman. A vocal solo, "Jesus and I," was by Mrs. Meryl Swanson, accompanied by Mrs. James Hays. A miniature council of a World Missionary (Jon ference was held with Mrs. Howard Lapan serving as leader. "The New Frontiers of Faith," was the topic of an article which she read and the following, members were presented, each representing ; country: France, Mrs. lone John son; Netherlands, Mrs. Clarence Miss Abbie Mrs. John Crossan; Iran, Mrs. George Nor- bom; Japan, Mrs. Everett Sund quist, and Burma, Mrs. James Hays. The meeting was closed with a will be served at noon at the First,Swanson; Germany, Christian Church, Broad and Smith; United States, North Street. Mrs. II. W. Anderson will serve as teller at the convention and Mrs. Glenn Goodley will serve on the finance committee and Mrs. E. B. Tucker on the registration committee. Any!hymn and prayer and refresh- member of the Galva unit of men's were served by the corn- Woman's Belief Corps who plans miltec, Mrs. M. F. Swanson, Mrs. to attend the luncheon is asked Oscar Olson and Miss Ellen Malm, to make reservations with Mrs.i Next meeting will be held Thurs- K. W. Anderson not later than day, Nov. 5, when the hostess corn- Monday, jmittee will include the Misses It was voted to replace the treejAddic and Abbie Smith and Mrs. in Wiley Park which was origi-: Anton Lawson. Program chairman naliy placed there by the W.R.C; will be Mrs. Elbert Kenney. Announcement was made that the' Reported Recovering new flags were ready to be pre-: Condition of Earl S. Brown, sen ted to the classrooms of thejpatient in Kewanee Public Hos- schools, which do not already have j pita CoU LUNIP "CAST^IVE TIMES IN THE NEW MGM TECHNICOLOR MUSICAL-ONCE IN A STARRING ROLE AND FOUR TIMES IN PIASTER OF-PARIS. HE ENACTS A POLO PLAYER WHO CAN'T STAY ON HIS WORSE! IT 'S TRUE!—"Latin Lovers" starts Theatre. Sunday at the Orphcum 5 - ton son are still being accepted in the I club and all persons who have not Band Boosters to Meet 'P aif] "P memberships to date are charges of driving on limit street. „ , , R „ . .11 , i * ! asked to do so at the next meet- nSi W ni. i in'ing- Refreshments will follow the meeting Monday night, Oct. 20 J° ° is reported improving satis-'the F. U. White School. At thati pi ° 8ram Prairie Cilyans Home From 6,000 Mile Trip PRAIRIE CITY--Mr. and Mrs. John Etter of Bushnell and Mrs. Roland Runkle and Rolva Jean of Prairie City have returned home from a 6,000 mile trip through the western states. They enjoyed seeing several former Prairie City folks. In Denver they visited the Frank Campbell family. Some lime was spent in California where they visited with the Carroll Runkle family near Los Angeles and with Mrs. 11a Reno of San Bernardino. They called on Mrs. Anna Artcr and daughter and foand them quite well. Mrs. Artcr, although in her eighties, still paints beautiful pictures. In Van Buren, Mo., they saw the largest spring in the States and GLENN FORD and DIAN /V LYNN appear in Warner Bros.' story of a modern-day treasure hunt filmed against a backdrop of an Aztec civilization more than 2,000 years old in the film "Plunder Of The Sun." The action-drama, which opens Sunday at the West Theatre, was filmed in Mexico. them. factorily. He submitted to Monthly W.R.C. party will be emergency appendectomy held next Friday at the home of Wednesday. Mrs. Harry Berg. Next regular Driver Fined meeting of W.R.C. will be held; Irwin Lewis, driver for the Bol-!show, "So You Want to Lead a^r Nov. 6 when the committee will [ing Trucking Service, was fined' Band" but will carry the title, "So include Mrs. Signa Nelson, Mrs.!$5 and costs Friday night Get Surplus Food A supply of surplus commodi- antime there will be a demonstra- 0,1 !™^/ r! i S n ^l.^ UC S S v^Uics wasreceived by Galva school j marching. Ihc program will bd .. . • , ,.„, „„ P_:J„„ ! carried out along the lines of thc ;C,limci ^ EARL KNOXVILLE "SHANE" is Different On Our New Wide . PANORAMIC SCREEN on Friday consisting of olive oil, used for salad dressings, canned peaches and peas, on You Want to Drill a Band". There |f uUer ' canned bcef and dried will be an explanation of how a i ^,? s * . . , , band is trained to march and go 1 fh ? h ° l ] " nch ?, rograr '' c „° nt ! n ' through the intricate maneuvers.!'. ICi \ t0 . ha " dlc ° ve , r .f 00 There will also be a twirling dem-, dcnts ,n . tne d^ct daily. The onstration by Rose Rushing and! progr , ani I s operating this year on,j, on Johnson, Wayne Johnson, Barbara Johnson. | a educed subsidy of 6 cents this i R 0nn j e Nelson, Barry Miller, Larry Membcrshins of 50 cents nerner J y ° a f c °™pared ™ the v*? °i f fNelson, Charles Forrest, Cecil Memberships ot 50 cents per per- :cents last year . Xhe subsidy i ast i Likes Dick Carlson, Garth Young- • CO TO A * MOV1I THEATRE TOOAT SUNDAY, OCT. 11 OBPMEUM: "Latin Lovers," 1:J0, 5:3fl, 7:42, 6:48. WEST J "Plunder In the Sun," 1 :30, 4:2.1, 7:18, 10:09; "No Escape," 4 :82,, 5:45, 8:38. visited with the George Folsoms, also former residents. O. C. Mings was in Chicago this week attending Grand Lodge of the Masonic Order. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bates of Abingdon brought a chicken dinner and spent Thursday with Mrs. Rose Wilson. LAST TfMES TONITE! "Shadows of "Johnny the Tombstone" J!£X Giant Killer" ALSO: 5 COLOR CARTOONS All Day and All Evening OPEN DAILY AT 1:15 P. M. — CONTINUOUS FROM 1:30 P. M. WEST r 1h*t Ne»er Wu a Man Like JJj^ . ^ON. - TUES. \rlflNr There Never Wa * 0 Story Uke Open 2 :45 OnfllU rtlllllr Sunday Adullt 50c Childrtn 14c (Ttx Incl.) Then Never W«» a Picture Like ALAN LADD'JEAN ARTHUR • VAN HEFUN TONITE JANE RUSSELL "MONTANA BELLE" RICHARD CONTE as the slave and Linda Christian as the Princess are the romantic stars of Columbia's "Slaves of Babylon," in color by Technicolor with Maurice Schwartz starting Sunday at the Grove Theatre. GROVE STARTS SUNDAY - TODAY MERLE OBERON In "AFFAIR IN MONTE CARLO" In Color Box Office Open 1:15 S COLUMBIA PICTURES prtMntt ^ ^ I,AVIS •tarring RICHARD - LINDA CONTE • CHRISTIAN wit* MAURICE SCHWARTZ ADDED ATTRACTIONS^ CARTOON in Color, ] 2 REEL SPECIAL and WORLD NEWS ABBY - ABINGDON Sun.-Mon. • Mat. Sun. 2:30 year was increased to 10 cents later in the school year. Visit Chicago Twenty-six boys, members of the Future Craftsmen of America, from Galva High School are in Chicago today on a visit to the ! Museum of Science and Industry |in Jackson Park. The boys made the trip in a school bus, driven by Alvin Charlet. C. A. Whitehouse accompanied the group. Those making the trip include Wayne Craig, Alan Erieson, Don Bonar, DRIVE-IN THEATRE OPEN 6:30 P.M. - FIRST SHOW 7:00 P.M. TONITE THE GUN-BLAZING STORY OF THE LAST GREAT OUTLAW RAIDS! AT 11:00 P.M. TONITE ALSO SUNDAY & MONDAY DARING, TRUE-LIFE ADVENTURE OF AMERICA'S HEROES ON HORSEBACKI I N 1500 milts of danger-filled wildtrntitl 7 1 ^1 WW EXCESS * a;* h TECHNICOLOR I 1ST SHOW ONLY 4 COLOR CARTOONS BESTON-FLEMING Starting Time Sunday — 6:45 P.M. Tata advantage of these beautiful Indian Summer Evenings. Stay outdoors. berg, Lowell Thuline, Terry Mur phy, Jack Townsend, Paul White, Milton Anderson, George Gustafson, John Robbins, Larry Pahlow, Eldon Krans, Jared Nash, Bill Hopkins, Kenny Huber, Rolf Anderson and Leo Cromien. To Meet Tuesday Henry County Council of American Legion and Auxiliary will meet Tuesday night at 6:45 in Legion hall for a dinner and program. Guest speaker will be Oscar Russell, former organization officer of the Legion's department of Illinois. Glenn H. Hobbs is vice com mander of the county Legion or ganization. Mrs. ,A. N. Sundberg serves as District 15 chaplain of the Auxiliary, Mrs. Almeda Cain, Gold Star Committee member, and Mrs. Haskell Gill, Americanism committee member. Friendship Class Friendship Class of First Congregational Church met Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs. George F. Hayes. Nineteen members and two guests were present. Plans were made for a cake and rug sale to be held Oct. 24, in the Illinois Power Company offices between the hours of 10 to 5 .o'clock. Announcement was made of the potluck luncheon which will precede the talk Wednesday afternoon of Mrs. Percy J. Tibbetts. All women of the church are invited to attend the luncheon. Mrs. Harold Exline was in charge of the program for the afternoon. Miss Blanche Dunbar served as assisting hostess. 3 New Members Three new members were initiated into membership of Rebekah Lodge at a meeting held Friday night in I.O.O.F. Hall. New members include Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bonar and John Nelson. Ten guests were present from the Cambride lodge. Fifty-seven were present for the meeting. Refreshments were served by the committee: Mrs. C. R. Copeland, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lindstrom, Mrs. Gerald Young, Mrs. Harold Olson, Mrs. Ralph Chatterton and Mrs. Iva Huber. Announcement was made of the District 9 meeting of Rebekahs which will be held Wednesday. The Cambridge lodge of Re­ bekahs will be guests of the Galva lodge at the next regular meeting Nov. 6. Galvft Briefs Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Overbaugh expect'to leave Monday for Hollywood, Fla., where they will spend — PRICES FOR THIS ATTRACTION — Sunday: Adults 54c, Children 15c All Day (Flui Tax) Weekdays: Adults 371, Children 12c to 6 P.M. (Plui Tax) TOMORIWW!^ 2! Fortune-lust! And the Lure of a fioM Goddess of the S m H [fltMED IK MEXICO'S FM010US OAMCA! DiANALYriN f^twoa MEEHNA: r35Pl FACE TO FACE WITH FEAR v JONATHAN LAtWtR I « ROBOT FELLOWS ••JOHN FARROW if (Continued on page 14) I • err* OH 1»* The " Hut Haunting Melody, "No Escape" OPEN DAILY AT 1:15 P. M. — CONTINUOUS FROM 1:30 P. M. .Ends TONITE! TRAIL RIDE Sunday. October 18 One Mile Eait of Cameren And 1 Mils South. — Bring Sack Lunch — WYMAN t HENNEFENT Sunday: Adult* 58c, Children 15c All Day (Plus Tax) Weekdays: Acfultt 42c, Children 12 ta 6 P. M. (Plui Tax) Starts TOMORROW! IS IT TRUE WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT LATIN LOVERS? 1KB •CLARK Lovely Lana, the girl of fire, who was made for love, finds out for herself in the arms of a romantic Latin. It's a tropical Technicolor love-sizzler with music... with.5 romantic tunes/ j FREE WATCH GIVEN EACH WEEK Regiiter Dally — Nothing to Buy Drawing Every Saturday Night. MAIN SANDWICH SHOP 6 E. MAIN ST. worn SUSIE'S STEAK HOUSE In Knoxvllle -closed- UHTIL BUN. NOV. 1 For Our Employee's Vacation* Sue T. "Su»le" Chin, Prop. O SERVICE T / a Oh ANY MAKfc NfcW!>H /Mrf £k. Or h n t tUUIPMt NT I :j. r nO Jr AAAiN SI $tamng'THE BAD AND-THB BEAUTIFUL' GIRL LANA TURNER RICARDO MONTALBAN JOHN LOUIS LUND•CALHERN wrtH JEAN EDUARO HAGEN • FRANZ —ALSO— COLOR CARTOON —t— NEWS See Lana, Hollywood's most beautiful woman, in the fabulous gowns created for this great motion picture! See That "bad and beautiful" girl surrender to the spell of the big Brazilian moon in this Technicolor musical treat! V

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