Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 9, 1963 · Page 21
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22 Golesbura Reoister-Moil. Gotesbuor. III. Wednesdoy, Oct, 9, 1963 Girl Recites Lord's Prayer To Win Fame By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP)-Ever afterward the girl would remember this moment as the turning point in her life. She was tall and slender and 17 years old. She had green-blue eyes and reddish gold hair, and the freckles on her fair skin shone like tiny doubloons scattered by wastrel elves. She walked hesitantly into the room where a number of men were drinking cocktails and smoking. "Say the Lord's Prayer," brusquely commanded producer Gab- del Pascal. "Our Father, who art in heaven," began the girl. For a moment, freightened, she paused, then went on. 'Hallowed be thy name. "Thy kingdom come, thy will be done..." The room became silent except for her voice. When she had finished, the men exchanged glances. Then Pascal signed the girl, who had been living on $10 a week in a London YWCA, to her first movie role—as the Salvation Army lass in Bernard Shaw's "Major Barbara." Deborah Kerr, now an international film star who has six times been nominated for academy awards, recalled the incident during a stopover on her way to Mexico to make her 28th picture, "Night of the Iguana," in which she will co-star with Richard Burton and Ava Gardner. "I was so unnerved that I was afraid I'd forget the words of the prayer," she said. Miss Kerr carries herself with an air of aristocratic grace and elegance that is rescued from aloofness by an easy warmth and those down-to-earth freckles, which she doesn't mind at all. "If you have freckles, you Mn/e yea, -faced, Mickelberrv's COLD CUTS ^&^f might as well relax and enjoy them," she remarked. "There's nothing you can do about them." The major tensions that afflict many actresses seem to have passed Deborah by. "But my biggest fault probably is fretting over trifles," she said. "I'm terribly indecisive — perhaps because I was born in September under the Zodiac sign of Libra." Miss Kerr has wide-ranging interests—painting, the piano, poetry, and studying cook books. Her favorite food is "spaghetti with anything," and her greatest un achieved ambition is "to be able to cook marvelously." Deborah is somewhat apologetic over being so distressingly nor mal. "I have a happy life," she said "Perhaps I should be a bit more of a kook, but I'm afraid I'm too old to start." She said that her philosophy stems from her aunt, who on giving birth to a child at the age of 48 and being asked what it was like, replied, "Never make heavy weather of anything, dear." "Now doesn't that sound terribly British and nautical?" asked Deborah, smiling. "But it's a good phrase to live by." Steamed Rice Accompaniment For Hamburgers Does the bridegroom like flavor changeover? Then he'll enjoy these hamburgers! Teriyaki Hamburgers Steamed Rice Green Peas Salad Bowl Bread Tray Apple Pie Beverage Teriyaki Hamburgers 1 pound lean ground beef 2 tablespoons soy sauce 4 teaspoons sugar y*. teaspoon ginger 1 small clove garlic, crushed Butter or margarine, for frying . Make the beef into 6 patties. Stir together the soy sauce, sugar, ginger and garlic until sugar dissolves; spoon over meat patties; allow to stand covered for an hour or so. Brown patties rapidly in a little butter in a skillet; reduce heat and cook until done as much as desired; remove from skillet. Add marinade to skillet and heat; pour over hamburgers Makes 3 servings. READ THE WANT ADS! New 5 Stick Oleo BLUE BONNET » WITH 7c COUPON IN REG.-MAIL 17c FLOUR PILLSBURY'S 5 > 29c WITH COUPON IN PAPER OSCAR MAYER WEINERS Mb. Cello 45c HILLS BROS.—2-Lb. $1.09 $ 4 69 COFFEE '-">• Tn I GRADE A SMALL EGGS Doz. 79c LIBBY'S Tomato Juice 46-oz. Tin 25c HOMEMADE SAUSAGE Lb. 25c HORMEL'S SMOKED SLICED BEEF Pk. 25c PARK LANE—SWIFT'S ICE CREAM Vi Gal. 49c CAMPBELL'S Tomato Soup 3 Cant 29c NORTHERN RED POTATOES 10 Lbs. 19c NEW GREEN |» CABBAGE »• X OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS LOWER TRADING POST Super 1515 E. MAIN ST. FOOD SALE MVS U.S. GOVT. INSPECTED FRYING CHICKENS c USDA GOOD CHUCK STEAK ROUND BONE SWISS STEAK LEAN BONELESS BEEF STEW COLUMBIA A SI 00 SLICED BACON J lBS *1 RUBY RED m MM GRAPEFRUIT 1U "» 99 SUNKIST Valencia ORANGES . TOKAY GRAPES GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS DANDEE DAVIS SAYS A Button Sewn To the Corner of the Dish Cloth Comes In Handy To Scrape Sticky Particles From the Dishes. U.S. No. 1 RED SENN'S ALL-STAR GROUND BEEF 3 - $ 1 OUR OWN SAUSAGE POTATOES 20 £ 49c COTTAGE CHEESE IT WHIPS MILNOT VISTA PAK Crt. Lb. GERBER'S STRAINED Toll Con 9c CRACKERS Lb. Box 19c BABY FOOD 3 -29c LIBBY'S FASHIONED CHOCOLATE DROPS LIBBY'S BEEF STEW Lg. 24-oz. Con 2 £ 59c LIBBY'S SLICED LIBBY EARLY JUNE BEETS 8 £f PEAS 5^«1 00 LIBBY'S SPAGHETTI and CHILI 39c Meat Balls 39c | YOUR FRIENDIV HOME OWNED | DAVIS STORES 1621 No. Henderson St. ^""^^^^ Knoxville Rd. Open 9 to 9 Monday through Saturday — Closed Sunday

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