Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 19, 1953 · Page 19
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 19

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, October 19, 1953
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USE POISON I PLANTED A SUGAR TPAILUP TO WOODLEY'S BACK DOOR 3 LET GO OF ME.,-/DO HORWC CREATURES.?' HEAVEN ONW KNOV /4 WHAT BACTER1AVOU MAY BE CARFVyiKlG.V „.BUr AFTER RESTING ALL MORNING IN A A > DOWNTOWN < 'HOTEL,HE SHOULD ^ BE READY TO Q0. R C0ULDNT SLEEP A WINK.DINAH...TOO MANY • SIQNULS CRAMMED IN MAH r P r %^ HAID r flfr3, 4 WULL.DONT LET NONE . UF 'EM . SNEAK OUT YO' EARS,OZARK, 'CAUSE KICKOFF TIME IS JUS ONE HOUR AWAY. R A SO/ GOOD CONDITION 15 THE BEST SAFEGUARD AGAINST INJURY.., SO GET IN SHAPE BEFORE BANGING HEADS IN HEAVY SCRIMMAGES; WOC, WHBF Televisio n MONDAY, OCTOBER It WHBF-TV—Channel Four 8.00 The Buddies. 5:13 TV Showcase. 5:30 TV Chronicle. 3:00 John Daly—New*. 6:30 The Name's the Same. 7:00 Burns and Allen. 7:30 Godfrey Talent ScouU. 8:00 I Love Lucy. 8:30 Red Buttons. 9:00 Studio One. 10:00 Film Subject. 10:30 This Is Show Business. 11:00 Wrestling. WOCTV—Channel Five 5:00 Mr. Wizard. 5:30 Circle "5" Ranch. 6:10 Four Star Edition. 6:30 Arthur Murray Dane* Party. 6:45 News Caravan. 7:00 Name That Tune, 7:30 Voice of Firestone. 8:00 Dennis Day. 8:30 Robert* Montgomery. 8:30 Musical Moodi. 9:45 Bob Considtne. 10:00 Ford Playhouse. 10:30 Weather. 10:35 News and Sports. 10:45 Film Subject. 11:00 Honor Roll of Hits. 11:30 Coming Attractions. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20 WHBF-TV—Channel Four 9:00 Arthur. Godfrey. 10:15 Baird's Puppets, 10:30 Strike It Rich. 11:00 Valiant Lady. 11:15 Love of Life. 11:30 Search for Tomorrow. 11:45 The Guiding Light. 12:00 You Are What You Eat. 12:05 Farm Almanac. 12:30 Garry Moore. 1:00 Anne's Kitchen. 1:30 Houseparty. 2:00 The Big Payoff. 2:30 Bob Crosby Show. 3:00 I'll Buy That. 3:30 Frankly Feminine. 4:00 Magic Carpet. 4:30 TV Classroom. 8:00 The Buddies. 5:15 TV Showcase 5:30 TV Chronicle. 6:00 Captain Video. 6:15 John Daly—News, 6:30 Cavalcade of America, 7:00 Life Is Worth Living. 7:30 The Buddies. 8:00 Make Room for Daddy. 8:30 Suspense 9:00 Danger. 9:30 See It Now. 10:00 Four.Star Playhouse.- 10:30 Pepsi-Cola Playhouse 11*0 Fight of the Week. WOCTV—Channel Five 8:45 Test Pattern. 7:00 Today with Dave Garroway. 9:00 Ding Dong School. 9:30 Glamour Girl. 10:00 Hawkins Falls, 10:15 The Bennetts. 10:30 Three Steps to Heaven. 10:45 Follow Your Heart. 11:00 Mary Louise Marshall. 11.30 Morning Movie. 12:30 Rural Roundup. 1:00 Table "5." 1:30 Today's Cooking. 2.00 Kate Smith Hour. 3:00 Welcome Travelers. 3:30 On Your Account. 4:00 Atom Squad. 4:15 Gabby Hayes. 4:30 Howdy Doody. 5:00 Station Fun-TV. 8:30 Circle "5" Ranch. 6:10 Four Star Edition. 6:30 6:45 7:00 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 9:45 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:35 10:45 11:00 11:30 Dinah Shore News Caravan. Bob Hope Show Fireside Theatre. Armstrong Theatre. Judge For Yourself. Greatest Fights of the Century Rocky Marclano vs. Lee Savold, Heavyweights — Feb. 13, 1052. Candlelight Cameos. Doorway to Fashion. Rasslin' with Rusa. Weatherman. News and Sports, What's Your Trouble. TV Forum. Coming Attractions. WGIL Radio Program 6:00 6:15 ' 6:45 7:00 7:06 7:15 7 JO 10:00 10:15 11:15 11:50 News 1400 ON YOU* DIAL MONDAY Calderonc Show. Weaver's Winner. SporU Parade Five Minute New*. Musical Interlude. Business and Professional Women's Program Council Meeting NItccap News. Brad Williams Show. Music to Read By. Sign Off. * on the Hour Every Hour. ITS *Mfc TO TUESDAY 5:58 Sign On. 6:00 Hymns of All Churche*. 6:15 Morning Worship. 6:30 Coffee Time. 6:45 Wake Up and Live. 7:00 U. S. Weather. 7:06 Wake Up and Live. 7:30 News. 7:45 Wake Up and Live. 9:15 Let's Quiz the Mrs, 9:25 Musical Interlude. 9:30 Problem or Solution. 10:00 Music Interlude 10:10 Market Reports, 10:15 Weaver's Winner 10:25 Morning Melodie* 11:00 Colwell's Calling. 11:15 Musical Interlude. 11:30 Market Reports. 11:40 Farm Bureau. 11:55 Musical Interlude. 12:00 Farm Reporter, 12:15 U. S. Weather. 12:20 Weaver's Winner 12:30 Local News. 12:45 Monmouth New*. 1:00 Musical Matinee 2:00 1400 Club. 3:00 News. 3:06 1400 Club. 4:30 Hamn's HiU of the Day 5:00 News. 8:15 Phil Reagan Show. 5:20 Musical Interlude. 5:30 Tunes for Tots. 5.45 Off the Record. 6:00 Calderone Show. 6:15 Weaver's Winner 6:25 Dinner Music 6:45 Sports Parade 7:00 Five Minute News. 7:06 Musical Interlude. 7:15 Public Service Show. 7:30 Music for Moderns. 9:00 Haunted Ballroom. 10:00 Nitecap News. 10:15 Brad Williams Show. 11:15 Music to Read By. 11:59 Sign Off. News on the Hour Every Hour. With Major Hoople WA.T KlMDA CHARGE'MB VMITH VIOL ATI N l IS LAWS ? X NEVER EVesJ JAYWALKED/ yi?u top OUR. OF PU8LIC J USTICE QQIUCHY/ ~~ WE'VE GOT ' MORE o\J you THAN" T HEY MAD OM JAMES/ HAK-KAFF/<2UIT5&3 OFFICER TWl66S/-~ ERE-; THE 6UM 6ETS,TMIS fcfUPAL ROggER WILL TASTE THE MISERY OF THE HAPLESS VICTIMS CRUMCHED UP iMTHE JAW6 OF HISj ' MERCILE5S / £PEED TRAP/ KUMPHfjy -1 a //HE. P0I5SON PH0N6P FO* THIS TRAY FROM M.SAVERT'S RESTAURANT..»SHE WILL ARRIVE SHORTLY PlSSUlMP AS A WAITER, JOHNNY PRiVES TO THE FRANCOIS HOTEL.,. THANK YOU/ ANP NOW I WILL ARRANSE THE TABLE I FOR MLLE, P0ISS0N...JU9T/ A9 5HE LIKES IT/ MAKE SURE THE POOR IS CLOSE? WHEN VOU LEAVE I HAVE OTHER WORK TO 90/ OmlttOVD MMRV'.ftKK) fV=>\< WL T .O TfsYV, WS\ VWSN MX YWT. SAG TO* TUPK TOOOfcYfc 1 S COOU\K>'l SWOP»WS * novo o\o voo cx\ vs ? \T'S> FANTASTIC. THM'D 1 TNKE TREMENDOUS . POWER.' Awp ww WOULD; MM PERSON OK. THING GO TO THM TROUBLE?/ _ GOOD D£SERV£5 AMOTHER^ Rio Church Group In Planning Session RIO—Plans were made and committees appointed for the annual church bazaar and dinner which will be Nov. 5. It was decided to serve roast chicken. -.Mrs. Walter Landon is general chairman and has called a meeting of the soliciting committee at her home on Oct. 29. Mrs. George Bland is kitchen chairman and Mrs. Fred II. Peterson and Mrs. Roger Loveridge co-chairmen for the dining room. Mrs. Charles House presided during the business meeting which opened with a devotional service and 25 members answering roll call. A thank you note was read from the Dahlstroms. Mrs. Ross Litchfield gave the estimates on the rest rooms which the guild is planning on installing at the church and it was decided to let the contract to Kruger at Alpha. The men are asked to meet at the church on Thursday to do digging for the septic tank and the women to be present to serve a potluck dinner at noon. Hostesses were Mrs. Paul Craven (and Mrs. Kendall Toureene. Son Born , ELMWOOD—A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cheetham of Elmwood Oct. 14, at St. Francis Hospital, Peoria. The Scriptures have been printed in 1100 languages. Originally competitors, the radio and phonograph were combined into a single unit for the first time about 1925. I SHOOK OFF THAT PACK OF NOSY.DOLLS- NOW TO SET UP MY DEADLY TWIRP TREAT TRAP/ li»u itc * M >P4w i FortDOF THAT SllNEaV IT'S NO SO* LOTTIE! Walker Runs to Hold Down Quartet of Jobs JACKSON, Tenn. Ml — Frank Walker favors a 30-hour day. Then he could squeeze in another job or two. Twenty - seven - year - old Walker holds down four jobs now. Daytime, he drives the Holland !department store delivery truck. Late afternoons, he cleans up I the business offices on the second Ifloor of the Holland building. Then he dashes over to the Western Union office for another cleanup job. After dinner, Walker reports to a drive-in where he's a car-hop. Incentive? He wants to buy a home for his wife and two children. Keep teeth bright Chew Wrigley* Spearmint Cum. Chewing helps keep teeth bright. Freshens taste, sweetens breath. a sparkling smile If important W«HUtV«" Refreshingly^] TELEVISION NIGHT and DAY SERVICE ON ALL MAKES Prompt Attention leesoneble tale* RIVERS APPLIANCES 57 South Cherry Phones: 4208 or 3737-3 ELECTRIC SHAVER SALES & SERVICE GALESBURG TYPEWRITER CO. 72 $. Cherry SI. Prion* 11370 TELEVISION • RADIOS SERVICE ALL MAKES PICKUP . DELIVERY BERG'S We Service and Install 258 E. Simmons St — 8-1305 HILLMAN TREE SURGERY Courteous Service at Moderate Prices Phone 7664-3 1459 Grand Ave. TUNE-IN TIPS... Hear your city council In action tonight at 7:30. Listen to democracy work on the local level I For one of the most Informative (and sometimes entertaining) program* on radio today make it • habit on the lit and 3rd Mondays of each month to listen to the meeting of the Galea- burg City Council. There's always 15 minutes of the latest news following the council meetings, and then a full hour of music, with Brad Williams spinning the records. WGIL 1400 ON YOUR DIAL

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