Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 22, 1953 · Page 6
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 6

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, October 22, 1953
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^Efae Baily ftegigteftMai1 t Galesburg, III Thursday, October 22, 1953 km mid Lions Matt Party for Attbna Youth ALTONA—Plans for the Hal- )6totfen party for children of the Altona community are taking shape and being enlarged upon. Originally the Ekstcdt-Hurr Post Nov 390, American Legion, had planned to entertain children of grade school age at the post home Halloween night, Members of the Altbna Lions Club asked to cooperate with the Legion post and include teen-agers as guests of the two; organizations. Robert Olson and Robert Grahn of the Lions Club met with the Committee from the Legion Tuesday night when further plans were discussed. Instead of being staged at the Legion Home, the affair will be held in the ROVA Junior High School gymnasium and every Altona child and teen-ager is invited to attend. The guests are asked to assemble at the gymnasium at 7:30 p.m., Oct. 31, attired in costume if they wish to Compete for cash prizes which will be awarded. First, second and third prizes will be given for the funniest, the prettiest and the most original costumes, which will be judged at 8 p.m. Enter tajnment is in the planning stage, and is expected to be completed and announced in the next few days. Committee members from the Legion and Auxiliary unit arranging the affair are Dale M. Johnson, Eugene Pruett, Ross Naslund, George Runkle, John Krans, Mrs George Runkle, Mrs. Morse Whiting and Mrs. Howard Sornberger. P'inancial contributors to the party are: Pruett Service Station, E. W. Houghton Lumber Co., Altona Grain Co., John Paulson. Knox Motor Co., Kelly Oil Co., Altona Cafe, Sturgeon Sheet Metal, Andrews Implement Co., Olson Locker Service, Jared Drygoods, Nelson Grocery, Bob's Cash Market, Perry's Grocery, Swanson Electric and Altona Sheet Metal. Weaver's Orchard donated apples and Dale's Dairy, a beverage. JOHN WAYNE stars in the new action-drama, "Island in the Sky," for Warner Bros., now showing at the Orpheum Theatre. Based on the"best-selling novel by Ernest K. Gann, the film concerns the dramatic circumstances surrounding tho crash landing of a transport plane in Labrador. "Island in the Sky" was filmed with the new WarnerPhonic Sound. Gilson Grades To Plan Halloween GILSON — Pupils of various grades of the Gilson Grade School are planning Halloween parties and assisting the P.T.A. in a benefit project. Mrs. Betty Blust was absent one day last week on account of ill ness, and Mrs. Howard Houk sub stituted for her. SUSIE'S STEAK HOUSE •In Knoxville -closed- UNTIL SUN. NOV. 1 For Our Employee's Vacations Sue T. "Susie" Chin, Prop. NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given (hat on the first day of October, 1953, John Mates filed with the Board of Supervisors of Knox County, Illinois, a petition for authorization to dump tin cans, glass, rubber tires, ashes, wood, paper, cardboard, or any other refuse, rubbish or material, expressly excluding any garbage or other nox ious or offensive animal or vegetable matter, upon the following described land: Commencing at a point 620 feet East of the Southwest Corner of the Northwest Quarter of Section 18, thence running North- parallel --to the West line of said Section 1016 feet, thence West 14 V2 feet, thence North 26Vz° West. 268 feet to the water line of Glenwood Ice Company's Lake, thence in a general easterly direction following the water line of said lake until it intersects the South line of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad Company property, thence following the later line to a point 1831 feet East of the West line of the Section; thence South on a line parallel to the West line of the Section to the Half Section line, between the Northwest and Southwest Quarter- of the Section, and thence running West along th,e said Half Section line 1211 feet to the place of beginning, Knox Township, Knox County, Illinois, such petition being filed under Section 1 of Article 13 of the Zoning Resolution of Knox County, [llinois; and that on the 15th day of October, 1953, such petition was duly referred to the Board of Appeals created by said Zoning Resolution by the Board of Supervisors of Knox County, Illinois, for hearing and report, i NOTICE is. hereby given that a public hearing will be held upon said petition and the proposed additional use of the aforesaid land at the Knoxville Court House, Knoxville, Illinois, on the 6th day of November, 1953, at ten o'clock, A.M. BOARD OF APPEALS By EDWIN GUMM Chairman 10/22-lt NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday,, December 7, 1953, is the claim date in the estate of WILLIAM ROY, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or be fore said date without issuance of summons. WILLIAM SELKIRK, Administrator. Burrel Barash, Attorney. 10/15-22-29 NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that December 7, 1953, is the claim date in the estate of JACOB E. MORGAN, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. ETHEL F. ANDERSON, Executor Reynolds M. Everett, Attorney. Yocum Bank Building Galva, Illinois. 10/22-29; 11/5 Son Born ' SMITHSHIRE — Mr. and Mrs John Leary of South Bend, Ind. are parents of a son, Brent Kingon born Oct. 13. Mr. and Mrs. Theron Jennings of Smithshire are the maternal grandparents. "My story is a stirring one. Strain as I did — friends gave me a sip — and then the slip. At cocktail parties I was always in a glass by myself. Then I switched to Calvert Reserve. Suddenly, I was smoother, mellower, really delicious. Make your next Manhattan — or any whiskey drink — with Calvert. You'll really taste the difference!" ) TEST WHISEIES BEFORE... and enjoy drinks more! Bloottmobile Will Continue Oxford Visits ALPHA—Mrs. J. A. Stewart, chairman of Oxford Chapter Red Cross, announces that $100 has been donated to the special appeal for funds to keep the Bloodmobile in our community, and this assures the residents of Oxford Township the visit of the Bloodmobile for the coming year. Letters were mailed to organizations of the community and the response is greatly appreciated. One hundred and sixteen pints of blood have been replaced by the center to the Oxford community patients for those who are in need of it. The Bloodmobile will be in Woodhull Nov. 11 from 12 to 6 p.m. for Oxford and Woodhull. Everyone who can is requested to give blood at that time. Someone will contact you with a card. , Following is the list of the contributors to the special appeal: Kum Join Us Class of the Methodist Church, Kenneth Mecum, Mrs. R. G. Bohman, Oxford Home Bureau, Woodhull Altar Society of St. John's Catholic Church, American Legion of Alpha, Legion Auxiliary, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Johnston, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Payton, Alpha Community Woman's Club, Mr. and Mrs. Parm Lutrell, Oscar Wing, Alpha Lions Club and the Mary Martha Circle of the Methodist Church. Emphasis is stressed that any one who requires blood is re quested to notify the doctor and the hospital that the blood will be replaced by the blood bank in Peoria, free of charge. To date all gamma globulin is furnished by'the Red \Cross ( for polio cases. Band Parents Meet The AlWood Band Parents met Monday evening at the junior high school in Alpha. The special guests were parents of the beginners' group. The band pupils of the sixth grade presented a program under the direction of Don Rigglc. It was voted to have a lunch stand at the Norman Larson sale in November and to have a silver offering at each meeting for financial aid and to purchase a bell lyre and a french horn for the band. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Buban, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Jules Lambin Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carlson and Mr and Mrs. Charles Dolinger. The next meeting will be held at Woodhull at the high school build ing Nov. 16. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Weir Jf entertained relatives at supper Sunday evening in honor of their daughter Debra's second birthday. The table was centered with a large decorated cake. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Jones and Verna of Alpha; Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Johnson and Charlene Evans of Victoria; Miss Charlotte Porsky of Swedona; Mr. and Mrs. Perry Weir Sir:, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Forsee and Miss Maude Jones of St. Louis. The girl received many gifts. NOTICE OF CLAIM DAY Notice is hereby given to all persons that Monday, December 7th, 1953, is the claim date in the estate of LEWIS L. DAWSON, Deceased, pending in the County Court of Knox County, Illinois, and that claims may be filed against the said estate on or before said date without issuance of summons. JAMES A. DAWSON, Administrator. Clyde M. West, Attorney 1303 1st Nat. Bk. Bldg. Peoria, 111. 10/8-15-22 MONITION. IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA vs. 36,1, Cases, more or less, "Roberts Big R. Brand Peaches—No. 2983 IN ADMIRALTY. In obedience to a Warrant of Seizure to me directed. In the above- entitled cause, I have seized and taken into my possession the following- described Property to wit: 36 Cases,, more or less, "Roberts Big R. Brand i Peaches" For the pauses set forth in the libel now pending in the U.S. District Court for the SOUTHERN District of ILLINOIS, at PEORIA. I hereby give notice to all persons claiming the said described PROPERTY, or knowing or having anything to say why the same should not be condemned and forfeited, and the proceeds thereof distributed according to the prayer of the libel, that they be and appear before the said Court, to be held in and for the SOUTHERN District of Illinois, at the United States Court Room, in the City of PEORIA on the A day of Nov., 1053, at 10 o'clock Dn the forenoon of that day, if the same shall be a day of jurisdiction, otherwise on the next day of jurisdiction thereafter, then and there to interpose a claim for the same, and to make their allegations in that behalf. WILLIAM J. LITTELL, U.S. Marshall SOU. Dist. of ILLINOIS. By A. B. Shacklett, Deputy, 10/22-lt Mrs. Myrtle Fengel Is Birthday Guest AVON—A surprise birthday dinner honoring Mrs. Myrtle Fengel was held at her home last Sunday, commemorating her birth anniversary which was Oct. 15. Joining in the celebration were the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. David Fengel and Charles, Good Hope; Mr. and Mrs. Waller Mixer and Bonnie and Adam Hofmeister, Macomb; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hofmeister and Roland, Freddie, Lee, Carol and Mary Frances, Blandinsville; Betty and Mary Mason, Bushnell; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jackson, Liberty; Mrs. Fengel's aunt, Mrs. Minnie Moritz and Walter Moritz, Coatsburg; Mr. and Mrs. Elzie Kirgan, Adair; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kramer, LaGrange, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kramer and daughter, Julie Ann, Quincy, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fengel, Beverly and David, Avon. The afternoon was spent visiting and taking pictures. Report 556 Get X-Rays In Farniington Visit FARMINGTON—The chest X-ray unit was in Farmington Friday afternoon and Saturday and 556 took advantage of the visit: Local women, assisting during the two days were Mrs. June Gilchrist, Mrs. Alita Settles, Mrs. Bca Negley, Mrs. Audrey Settles and Mrs. Ethel Robb. Tears are useful in keeping eyes clean and free from infection. Your Manhattan— or any whiskey drink —can taste only as good as the whiskey you use. That's why we suggest you compare Calvert with your present brand to see which you really like better. Here's how: SNIFF V^-oz. samples of each whiskey to compare aroma. TASTE Calvert and the other brands critically to judge smoothness /and freedom from bite. CHOOSE the whiskey that suits your own taste better. We're betting you'll pick smoother, mellower Calvert. But you be the judge. Fair enough? .and you'll mmto Gatvert $4.25 4/5 QT. $1.37 V4 PT. CALVERT RESERVE BLENDED WHISKEY - 86.8 PROOF — 65% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS. CALVERT DISTILLERS CORP., N.Y.C. OPEN 1:15 — 42c till 6 (plui lax) NOW SHOWING! A New Peak of Adventure! from Ernest K. Ganrft blood-racing true-life bestseller WARNf H BRllS LLOYD NOLAN -WALTER ABEL-JAMES ARNESS ANDYDEVINE ^.mwvym ALSO- COLOR CARTOON VERY LATEST NEWS * GO TO A > —* MOVIE THEATRE TODAT T HURSDAY, O CT. 21 ORPHEUM: "Island in the Sky," 1:30, 3.35. 6:40, 7;4S, 0:80. WEST: "Isle of the Dead." 1:50, 5:20, 8:40; "Mighty Joe Voting," 3:10, 6:30, 9:50; 5 cartoons 1:30, 4:40, 8:00. ABBY - ABINGDON NOW thru THURS! Story of a Printed. t.*«f rnnn Moose Lodge 880 Friday Night FISH FRY Usual Good Time Farmingloti Lodge Will Note Anniversary FARMINGTON — Mrs. Catherine Record, noble grand of Memento Branch Rebekah lodge, was in charge Monday evening in the t.O.O.F. Hall, when; plans were made to observe the 60th anniversary of the lodge Nov. 3. Miss Margaret Eagleson, daughter of Mrs. Sarah Eagleson, who on Nov. 1 will become the bride of .Tames Morton, son of Mr. ind Mrs. James Morton of Farmington, was honored at a miscellaneous shower Monday evening in ,lhe hbme of Mrs. Harold Swope. TRAIL RIDE Sunday* October 25 10:30 A.M. Sponsored by Watten County Saddle Club. Ham Plate Served, darnel after Dinner. Wm. Payne, Monmouth EARL KNOXVILLE INJOY MOVIES ON OUR NEW MAGIC PANORAMIC SCREEN 1 STARTS FRIDAY JOEL McCRE/T^ kVyes EVELYN «<«*» MIH1J TONITE—Maureen O'Hara "At Sword's Poini' TAVERN NITE F r iday, Ocl. 23 $100 Andy'f — 153 E. Simmons First Drawing 10 P. M., Second Drawing, if necessary, 11:30 P. M. -•- Saturday, Oct. 24 $175 White Elephant—35 Beenet Ave. First Drawing 10 P.M., Second Drawing, if necessary, 11:30 P. M. COMING SUNDAY ["South Sea Woman" Burt Lancaster DRIVE-IN THEATRE OPEN 6:30 P.M. - FIRST SHOW 7:00 P.M. TONITE - DOUBLE FEATURE JOHN == came* WCTMT SHOCK HIT! (J M. IRELAND W ARNER B ROS, HAPPILY PRESENT Ttoiible Along the Way S taxi DENN1NS «<tt SUMMf DAIBCRT • &'•«» ** by KM — hytxti in SAM tmuut • O K W iir men f stw = -ALSO= COLOR CARTOON AND = LATEST NEWS TOMORROW & SATURDAY Starts SUNDAY mm zmct if UCHNICOIOR m EDMUND GIAINCII rt «»»oio« OPEN AT 1:15 P.M. 29c to 6 (Plus Tax) NOW vr u ? PLUS 5 CARTOONS! MIGHTY JOE YOUNG •nun (Mtn *4u«n»* ***»I»'WM M m nxww *< effing TERRY MOORE • BEN JOHNSON mi SOBER f ARMSTRONG »i* FRANK McHUGH 0».«tW kr ERNEST I. SCHOEDSACK Mwkal C»«t«r Wiffit O'H.i. • iu ••*?!•, by felt l *w li nil lliliil EXTRA ADDED MM EXTRA FUN EXTRA m *'* People! 5 CARTOONS 5 AU YOUR FAVORITES

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