Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 23, 1953 · Page 6
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, October 23, 1953
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*fhfe Dallv ftetttetef-MaiV. Galesburg. Ill Friday, October 23, 1953 Rod Cameron and Forrest Tucker enjoy the fight put on by Arleen Whelan and Katy Juardo in this scene from "San Antofle," which plays at the Drive-In Theatre tonight and Saturday. M'DonoughCo. Grand Jury Indicts Nine When the McDonough County Grand Jury reported Tuesday in the circuit court at Macomb, nine indictments were returned for crimes of burglary, burglary and larceny, motor vehicle theft and statutory rape. Included in the list were Robert E. John and Donald D. McDaniel, both of Macomb, who were named in the rape indictments. They were arrested last weekend on charges of raping a 13-year-old Bushnell girl on Sept. 28. Clair Pilling, Swan Creek, was indicted for larceny of a motor vehicle. The indictment charges him with stealing a truck from Edgar Arnold, Busbnell, on Dec. 6, 1951. He was arrested last week. He was the only adult indicted. Seven youths, all accused of participating in a series of burglaries staged by a gang of teen-age youths, were indicted on burglary counts. They included Bill Stanley, Colchester; Larry Willey, Macomb; Ralph Mesick, Gary Anderson, James L. Lewis and Joseph R. Higgins, all of Macomb, and Jesse D. Endsley, Plymouth. Three of those indicted were re. leased on bond Wednesday morning when they were arraigned in Circuit Court. They are John, McDaniel and Higgins. John posted a $3,000 bond with Sam Jackson and Cacius John as securities. McDaniel posted $3,000 with Arthur McDaniel, Elmer Bvirrell and Margaret Danner as sureties. Higgins posted $2,000 with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Higgins as sureties. Pilling was also arraigned and his bond was set at $2,500, but he failed to post the bond and was returned to the County Jail. * GO 70 A „MOVIE THEATRE TOD> FRIDAY, OCT. 23 ORPHEUM: "Island in the Sky," 1:30, 3:35, 5:40, 7:45 , 9:50. WEST: "Isle of the Dead," 1:50, 5:20, 8:40; "Mighty Joe Young," 3:10, 8:30, 0:50; 5 cartoons At 1:30, 4:45, 8:05. 1 Gary Cooper and Moira MacDonald in a scene from the great South Pacific adventure, "Return to Paradise," filmed in the South Seas in Technicolor—See it on the magic panoramic screen,it the Earl Theatre, Knoxville, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday. Wadhams, Patty Northrup and Jim Patterson. Seven II, Patty Brown, Sandra Harding, Geneta Maynard, Delores Merz and Sara Jane Anderson. Announce Honor Roll At Winola Junior High NEW WINDSOR—The honor roll for the first six-week grading period at the Winola Junior High School includes the following: Ninth grade, Alan Garrett, Marigene Johnson, Jon Petrie, Sharon Shull, Sandra Switzcr, Donald Wadhams, Vicki Young and Rus sell Zicgenhorn. Eight I, Marjorie Burns, James Mack, Margery Nelson, James Nelson and Beverley Guthrie. Eight II,' Carole Cooper, Allen Anderson, Nan Oberg, John Flaherty, Jere Keck and Herbert Mc Atec. Seven I, Mary Jean Schaeehter, Joyce Sholl, Ruth Thompson, Mar jorie Seiver, Dixie Strine, Billy SUSIE'S STEAK HOUSE In Knoxville -closed- UNTIL SUN. NOV. 1 For Our Employee's Vacations Sue T. "Susie" Chin, Prop. Elks Masquerade Ball Saturday, October 24 Fealurlng Frank Black and lhe Plperi Orch. Dancing 9 to 1 A.M. Prizes Prizes Prltes For most original and comic costumes. Elks and invited guests. SQUARE DANCE 8:15 P. M. Coldbrook School District 205 Saturday, October 24 Music By PLEASANT VAUEV NEIGHBOR BOYS Benefit of HOT LUNCH PROGRAM Lunch Served. Tickets SOc TAVERN i Friday. Oct. 23 $100 Andy's — 153 I, Simmons First Drawing 10 P. M., f Second Drawing, If nece* { sary, 11:30 P. M. Saturday, Oct. 24 $175 White Elephant—35 Boones Avt. First Drawing 10 P. M., Second Drawing, if necessary,* 11:30 P. M. Margaret Thompson at the HAMMOND ORGAN and PIANO AUCIES AIRPORT INN Come Out and Try Our Famous Italian Dinner. WHEN BETTER SANDWICHES AND MALTS ARE SERVED G0LD-N-NUGGET 614 West Main Street WILL SERVE THEM. Media MEDIA — Mr. and Mrs. Ray. mond Gearhart were entertained at a roast turkey dinner in the P. E. Overstreet home in Raritan given in honor of Andrea Overstreet's seventh birthday. Other guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gearhart and sons, Larry and Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Van Doren and Mrs. Elizabeth Overstreet. Andrea received many nice gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Stickler and son of Burlington were Sunday fuests of their daughter, Mrs. [James Vickers, And family. Miss Nancy Campbell, who Is employed in the Tri-Cities, is spending a week at home. Mr. and Mrs. Will McNary and Shirley and Will Wireman were Sunday dinner guests in the Harry, Brownawell home in Oquawka. The P.T.A. will hold the October meeting tonight at the grade school. Monday was visiting day in some schools. Mrs. Shoemaker visited a school In Macomb. SPECIAL TRAIL RIDE Sunday, October 25 10:30 A.M. Sponsored by Warren County Saddle Club, Ham Plate Served, Oames after Dinner. Wm. Payne, Monmouth ABBY — ABINGDON TONITE ft SATURDAY Mat. Sit. 2:10 a HITS — a "FAST COMPANY" Anet . "GOLD TOWN OHOST RIDERS" STARTS SUNDAY SPECIAL! CATFISH DINNERS Chicken In The Basket... 850 STEAKS • CHOPS SANDWICHES SUBURBAN INN Ethel lurfc«, Preprlefer GROVE TONITE - OPEN 6:45 Sat. Continuous from 1:15 MOOSE LODGE NO. 880 SATURDAY NIGHT DANCE PARTY Members and Guests — Music by — Patty's Orchestra — flOOR SHOW — KITCHEN OPEN Vi Chicken in Basket $1 Large Steak $1.50 Fried to Order Sandwiches FOR YOUR DANCING AND LISTENING PLEASUREI MARGE MULLIGAN TRIO lives 4br*v«r cm UTS GO/ FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 9 till Closing. FALLING'S 232 East Simmons itKrini -. .mmi JOHN LON \ IRELAND - MeCALLISTERs with III 111(1 • HOIK L Ml! STARTS SUNDAY taPntanTttBtilOn,, HUB BALLROOM Edelstein Rte. 98 SAT.. OCT. 24 f, and his ' ORCHESTRA Adv. $«!• $1.50 (Tax Incl) AVER'S SERVICE, C.luburfl, ill. KEN HENDERSON And His COMBO Every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. FOR YOUR DANCING and LISTENING PLEASURE Excellent Steaks. Chops, Sea Foods, Short Orders. FRANK'S 2100 CLUB 2100 Grand Ave. Phone 6400-6 . .Solumtganf. •tort girl But he worked me over" once too often. When I finiah with him, hell with he never wMbornl" THE BIG HEAT" GlENX eiORJA JOCflYlt . FORD • GRAHAME- BRANDO COMING! The New Wide "PANASCOPI" Screen! Watch for it! 42c fo a (Plui Tan) IT REACHES THE PEAK IN ADVENTURE .... p-wniNTip ev WANNER B ROS. •Lj From Ernest K. Gann 's blood-racing true-life best-s um mail •nun IIIEI- IMB urn-m MM •» tU-niui JLKUIII' ,m*wmm-J-tm m EXTRA 1 COLOR VERY LATEST ADDED f CARTOON * WORLD NEWS J. STARTS W$hU!Umm SUNDAY HOWARD HUGHES, ROBERT MIICHOM-UNDA OARNBIJACK PALAHCE color by TECHNICOLOR tf& OPEN AT 1:15 P.M. 29c to 6 (Plus Tax) NOW IV' With Extra Cartoons! with thrills and ACTION! | llU hii ill lulu I tliiv Ktllll MIGHTY JOE YOUNO •MtM teem* «Mt«« a—n—it m m vmnmt TfRRY MOORE*"'' B EN JOHNSON «HI ROBERT ARMSTRONG ««*, FRANK McHUQH I b, ERNEST |. SCHOEOSAC* (•dMinl C/ta><» W.II.1 O'WM • ivnflf b| ••* »M | EXTRA ADDEDi SUPER SHOW! •J^ej 'Mar •owoel ALL IN COLOR 5 CARTOONS 5 ALL YOUR FAVORITES WEST STARTS SUNDAY 2 r - WEST HOT.NEWS VT5 P STANLEY ft CLEMENTS g AI»WIBn AHT FRIDAY AMD SATURDAY Vi FRIED CHICKEN French Fries, Salad, Si 1A Bread and Butter _ _ •••IW While Having Your Favorite Drink. R. F. CHIVELL Chambers at Main KNOX THEATRE KNOX COLLEGE Opens its 1953-1954 season with GIRAUDOUX'S THE MADWOMAN OF CHAILLOT Winner of 1949 Critic Circle Award. OCTOBER 29-30-31 CURTAIN AT 8:15 — TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE * Box Office 12:30 to 5, Phone 4401, Ext. 256 * Byerly-Gamble Music, 49 S. Prairie, Phone 7394-6 DRIVE-IN THEATRE OPEN 6:30 P.M. - FIRST SHOW 7:00 P.M. TONITE & SATURDAY AT 11:00 P.M. SATURDAY ALSO SUNDAY & MONDAY BURY mm • J VIRGINIA M ayo V ARNER B RO . MM* Chuck gonnors 5how 0nly _ 4 CoIor Cjrtooo , SUNDAY - OPEN 6:15 - EARLY SHOW Take Advantage of the Beautiful Indian Summer Evenings . . . Stay Outdoors. EARL KNOXVILLE SEE ALL MOVIES ON THE NEW MAGIC PANORAMIC SCREEN TONITE - SAT. ADVENTURE that Comes at You with . ^ Both Barrels! Admission Arfglti SOc Children 14c (Tax Intluded) l^A IN COiO-.t JOEL MCCREA EVELYN KEYES STARTS SUNDAY AT 2:45 P. M. eturnto aradise \ v - ',f k'VK I I / * N AM - MAM >Jl ^ . KlSHAVERS SHARPINtDl • r it - " • \ DANCE Saturday Night, OCTOBER 24, 1953 Legion Home 571 E. North St. GaJesbnrf, 111. Blanche Peterson And Ilcr Orchestra e Attendance Prizes • Members and Guesta • Door Prize $80 $50 $50 Chicken and Steak Dinner* Sandwiches • Coffee —Dining Room Open— REMEMBER THE 11TH ANNUAL POLICE DANCE Thursday Nite OCTOBER 29 Galesburg Armory MUSIC BY RAY PEARL ORCHESTRA Tickets $1.50 per person Tax included. .AGLES 'Ga/eslburg's Leading I Fraternity" SATURDAY NITE DANCE MAIN FLOOR - 9 fo 1 FREDDIE'S RHYTHM KINGS From Tri-Cities. That real alive band everybody likes. Be sure to come, they are hard to get. I Guests enter through front! entrance only. —o— NEXT WEEK THREE BIG DAYS fSOfh Anniversary! CELEBRATION • FRIDAY, OCT. 30 FREE f ISH FRY AND SQUARE DANCE —Featuring— BLANCHE, WAILY and THE DUKE )• SATURDAY, OCT. 31 HALLOWE'EN MASQUERADE DANCE Prizes for costumes, CORDON SUNDBERQ ORCHESTRA l« SUNDAY, NOV, 1 50th ANNIVERSARY CLASS INITIATION [Davenport, la. Degree Staff | and Drill Team. — Speaker — ART EHRMANN * Editor Eagles Magazine. TURKEY SUPPER Member* onlyl PLAN TO ATTENDI MAI) THE CLASSIFIED AOS

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