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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 6

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6 Gofesbura ReQisrer»Mail, Golesburg, III. Thursday, Aug, 22, 1963 GALVA 324 Main St RUSSELL ALDERMAN Correspondent Phone WE 2-2658 Camera Club Work Judged GALVA—Color slides and black and white pictures submitted last month by Galva Camera Club members were judged at a club meeting Wednesday. Ray and Fern Good of Davenport judged the work, and commented on their selections for the final competition PLAYING NIGHTLY another outstanding attraction Bob Hines COMFOITAILY COOL OPEN 1:15 8s* TOMORROW K Ends Tonite! — in &METROCOLOR • ROSS BKNTEP-ARVmi mmam D oris D ay SHE'S HOPING HE'S READY- JflMES GflRMEB HES WISHING SHE'S WILLING ^ TO SHARE / Guest Star »EDWARD ANDREWS* ELLIOTT REID / f A p| REGINALD OWEN • ZASU PinS .«*CARlREINER / n fV .,r_ NORMffl JEWCOfl-fc»taaw,ROSS ffiJNTER * MARTIN MELCHER/ KtlNLK kCASTMA* COLOR ri^s* TOMORROW ENDS TONITEI "THE SLAVE" and "DRUMS OF AFRICA" Both In Color 2 - Great Thrill Features - 2 Ikftn MnmEST MOMSTERS OF AU TIME! IN COLOR 1 T PLUS 2ND THRILL HIT! BEAD THE GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL WANT ADS at the end of the year. Selections were announced as follows: Black and white prints — "Mike" by John Kurtz and "Three Faces West" by Hubert Frank. Colored slides — "Winter" and "God's Hand," Chuck Medley; "Blackberry Blossoms," "All Angles" and "Send Out the Light," Rev. D. V. Charlson; "Feeding Time," "Lincoln Log," Irene Smith, and "Red Beauty" by John Kurtz. Frank is credited with 15 slides accepted so far this year and this puts him in the bronze class. One slide was picked in tins class and was "Memorial Day," by Frank. Speaker Engaged Rev. Donald Jones, former pastor of Bishop Hill, will be the speaker at the 177th annual old settlers reunion Sept. 14. He is now pastor of the Petersburg- Oakford parish. HOSPITAL NOTES Plan Dancing Party Bobby Puckett and his band will provide the music for the Labor Day dance at Lake Calhoun Sept. 2. The annual fish fry will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The fish fry ticket also will include a dance ticket good for dancing from 9 to 1 p.m. CalUommns Visit at Gilson GILSON—Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Woodley, Margie and Debbie arrived Monday to spend a few days with Mrs. Woodley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snell. The Woodleys live in Costa Mesa, Calif. Mr. and 1 Mrs. Harry Johnson of Galesburg spent Saturday with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Roberts of Macomb were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Paulsgrove Monday. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! NOW PLAYING "WORLD BY NIGHT" and "ROAD RUNNER" SHOW STARTS 7:3« Air Conditioned Adults 60c Children 25c THEATRE KNOXVILLE St. Mary's ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY Mrs. Walter R. Campbell Jr., Cary A. Swanson, 823 W. TompkirtB St. Rosalind A. Bailey, Abingdon. Mrs. William T. Sullivan, 1099 K. North St. Mrs. Carl Korth, Elmwood. James F. Foley. 1518 E. Knox St. Mary Catherine Zefo, 1126 Skinner St. Deanna Polk, 256 W. North St. Mrs. Gary Johnson, Lake Bracken, Mrs. Georgia Verigan, 585 E. Second St. Mrs. Clarence Taylor, 418 W. Tompkins Si. Jane F. Wiskirchen, 994 Beecher Ave. Mrs. Wayne Mohr, 651 S. Pearl St, Mrs. Franklin V. Brockelhurst, DeLong. Mrs. James B. Connour, 1720 E. Main St. Mrs. Jason Beaty Jr., Galesburg 1 Route 3 Charles T. Curtis, 193 N. Pearl St. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY Lester P. Gcnrge, London Mills. Mrs. S. J. Hellhake, 1698 N. Kellogg St. Frank Lowell Jones Sr., 1085 E. North St. Mrs. Anion W. Kapraun, Kewanee, Dennis P. McCarthy, 105 Pine St. Jack Orms, 117 W. Main St. Mrs. Gabe A. Pica. Abingdon. Mrs. Francis M Ray, 1108 Monro* St. Therese A. Rosenberg, 074 S. Academy St. Mrs. Phil W«tab»rg, 841 N. Prairie St. ^ THEATRE 9 ENDS TONITE DARRYL F. IZANUCKS] THE day i '•.*,...:*v WITH42 I' » INTERNATIONAL STARS I fty CORNWUt *VAM | »*«M by MM CMtery-ftw | — - I Starts TOMORROW Open 7:30 — Show at Dusk ""•WOK / KATHLEEN /CMILES MURPHY/GROWLEY/DRAKE .HMOUI STONE-SKIP HOMEitt ••••• * o*iv«jttM piQTvu mmmmmmamm THE MOST IAFFABI-E CHARACTER EXPLODES ACROSS THE , SCREEN 1 I PLUS "Showdown at: 8:00 "Man From Diner's Club at: 9:45 "Ugly American" at 11:30 THt WAN f -HONV n\t '^-^ CLUB V PLUS I The UGLY I AMERICAN I Valley Choir Gives Concert At Kankakee FAIRVIEW — The Valley Robed Choir was invited to the Kankakee State Mental Hospital Sunday to present a program for patients and staff of the hospital. The group was met by Terry Tinder, an alumnus of the choir, who works as an occupational therapist. They were guests of the hospital for luncheon at noon and taken on a tour of the grounds. The choir under the direction of Mrs. Dorma Lindstrom and accompanied by Pat Porch presented a program in three parts. Accompanying the group to Kankakee were Darrell Sampson, bus driver, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Tinder and Mrs. Doyle Fayhee. Cottage ADMISSIONS WEDNESDAY Mrs. Mary A. Petersimes, 1741 Beecher Ave. Stacey A. Watson, 118 Prospect St, Karold Jacobs, 935 Dayton Dr. Mrs. Elizabeth A. Harshbarger, Galesburg Route 3. Mrs. Elizabeth M. Hillard, 463 Peck St. Mrs. Rosemarle Martinez, 824 E. Main St. Miss Bessie L. Ellis, Viola. Mrs. Rene Haws, 1547 N. Broad St. Sharon K. Wells, 1370 Monroe St. Ralph C. Ottoson, Alexis. Timothy A. Cunningham, Abingdon. John James Sperry, Galesburg Route 1. Robert W. Eagle, 265 Division St. George E. Guldinger, 513 N. Sem inary St. Dennis Lee Dexter, Knoxville. DISMISSALS WEDNESDAY Mrs. Connie S. Davis, DeLong. James A. Gumm, Galesburg Route 3. William F. Good. Chicago. Thomas Edward Parke. 117 Baudy Ave. Mrs. Rulh K. Likes, 1046 S. Chambers St. Mrs. Helen L. Conlon. 1329 Moshier Ave. Mrs. Mae E. Brackett, 357 E. North St. Charles Formhals, Smithfield. Mrs. Bertha L. Moberg, Alexis. Ronald M. Wright, 693 Day St. Mrs. Velma C. Kemper, Canton. Mrs. Juanita L. Hartzell, 503 Burgland Ave. Mrs. Shirley P. McBride, Monmouth. George H. Theesfield, Williamsfield. RIB SHACK North on Route ISO Ou» chicken Is low on calorie*. Family Size Hickory Smoked Order with or without sauce. Air Conditioned For carry out service* Call 342-2413 Open Dally at 5 P.M. ROCKY'5 MAID-RITE 2250 GRAND AVE. Frl., Sat.—10 a.m. to 12 Midnlle. Hours — Tues., Wed.. Thurs., Sunday—5 p.m. to Mldnlte. Closed Monday*. FISH FRY FRIDAY NIGHT Moose Lodge Home Serving Starts 5 :30 P.M. READ THE WANT ADS! GINNY LEE BOAT EXCURSIONS Leave Burlington at 2 P.M. (D.S.T.) tor a four-hour Scenic Trip up through Lock 18 and back to Burlington al 6 P.M. Dine at Arlon Restaurant. SATURDAY. SUNDAY and HOLIDAYS Call Burlington, Plaza 2-2925, collect for Charters and Reservations. Call Evening* fc Weekends. MUSIC MENU "BIG mr* If yon want good music, "we got it." Everett's Tap WATAGA FRIDAY NIGHT Old Friends Back Again THE PRAIRIE PARTNERS DANCING 8:30 to 1 A.M. SATURDAY NIGHT Golden Rocket Boys DANCING 8:3* to 1 A.M. No disorderly conduct tolerated EVERETT COFFEY, Owner Drive-in Window ELDORA'S Smorgasbord $1.00 10 different salads, 9 different meats, vegetables and relishes, fish on Friday. Serving continuously from 11 A.M. to 8 P.M. ELDORA'S Restaurant 413 N. SEMINARY WEEKEND SPECIAL Chicken in the Basket--89c Turtle $1.00 Individual Catfish —$1.25 Shrimp $1.35 T-Bone $2.00 "Premium Food at Popular Prices" MIDWAY TAP 2140 E. MAIN Brush up on your bowling at EAST MAIN BOWL. Completely remodeled with new A.M.F. equipment. SPECIAL - 3 lines $1.00 Movie Calendar _ THURSDAY, AuO. it ORPHEUM: "Flipper," 1:30, S:30, 5:35. 7:40, 9:45. WEST: "Drums of Africa," 1:30, 4:50, 8:10; "The Slave," 3:05, 6:25, 9 '45 DRIVE Iffs "The Longest Day," 8:30. One complete showing nightly. James Otis, American patriot, originated the phrase "Taxation without representation is tyranny." Top - Pops RECORDS Rev Up Bust Out Blue On Blue Wipe Out My Boyfriend's Back Hello Muddah Denise Martian Hop Green, Green Abilene At the Store Monkey Time Mocking Bird Heat Wave Danke Schoen More Blowin in the Wind Mickey's Monkey Hey Girl Painted Tainted Rose If I Had a Hammer -ALBUMS- •) Shut Down gl James Brown of the Apollo B) My Son the Nut —Allen Sherman i Surfin with Astronauts ft Teen Scene -Chet Atkins § Chuck Berry on Stage § Frank Fontaine Sings Like Crazy B Gravy Waltz —Steve Allen BACK 10 SCHOOL SPECIALS on Stereo Portables Transistor Radios Tape Recorders Clock Radios The Platter 67 So. Prairie AUGUST 23-24-25-1963 CURB or CARRY-OUT ONLY! The Pork way Drive- in has gone way out — Just for you we've put our small steak- burgers into orbit. Yes, they're in an orbit that will find its way to you. So jump in your space ship (or car) and fly out our way — Parkway — that is. Yes, we're putting our small Steakburgers out for 10c — Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. And believe me they're A OK. PARKWAY DRIVE-IN HENDERSON and FREMONT STS. 4 Save $20 to $30— All Coats Will Be Returned to Regular Price September 1st regular $110 regular $120 88 $ 96 regular $150 120 The finest fabrics, most luxurious furs designed and tailored into coats of rare distinction and fashion . . . offered to you now at Carson's wonderful pre-season savings. Choose from exclusive Saze Norwegian blue fox; beaver; ranch mink, Autumn Haze, lutitia, silver blue and diadem . . . on worsteds, fur blends meltons, plushes, tweeds, cashmeres and ripple, petipoints or herringbone textured fabrics in an array of soft, warm fall hues. Sizes 10-18. •FUR PRODUCTS LABELED TO SHOW COUNTRY OF ORIGIN. Coat Center — Second Floor WOP

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