Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on November 28, 1958 · Page 7
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 7

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, November 28, 1958
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Woodhull Bricle-clcct Honored WOODHULL - Miss Natalie Nelson, who will become the bride of .Tames Thompson .Tr., sort of Mr. and Mrs. James Thompson Sr. of Annawan, has been the guest of honor at various November parties. Wedding vows will be exchanged Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Bethany Lutheran Church in Woodhull. •Friends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding and reception to follow at the church. Saturday afternoon the bride- elect was the guest of honor at a party in the home of Mrs. Guy Reed. Assisting hostess was Mrs. Albin Carlson. Winning the afternoon's prize was Mrs. Gerald Nelson. Mrs. Nelson and Miss Janice Nelson were in charge of the gifts, which were arranged on a. table decorated in blue and white. Two Parties Wednesday evening at Hooppole Mrs. James Thompson Sr., Mrs. Lucile Dynes, Mrs. Odella Thompson, Mrs. Frances Stea- ford and Mrs. Helen Clays entertained for Miss Nelson. Mrs. Clarence Carlson and her daughter, Miss Nadine Carlson, CHRISTMAS CARDS "When you core enough to «en<l the very best" DUNSWORTHS Book & Stationers 220 E. Main St. SIDE GLANCES By Galbraith / l. "Watch Mom 's expression when I tell him what I want'." were hostesses-for a party honoring the bride-to-be. Assisting the co-hostesses were Mrs. Robert Nelson, Mrs. Gerald Nelson and Miss Janice Nelson. Gifts of linen were brought by the guests attending the shower in Moline Nov. 13. Hostess was Mrs. O'Brien, assisted by Miss Dorothy Johnson of Lynn Center. Prairie City Girl Has Tonsillectomy PRAIRIE CITY —Karen Day, the ten-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Day had a tonsillectomy Monday morning at the Saunders Hospital in Avon. She was brought to the home of her grandmother, Mrs. May Perkins, Couple Honored On Anniversary At Viola Church VIOLA—Honoring Mr. and Mrs. George Laktas on their 50th wedding anniversary, the Rev. Mr. Myers conducted high mass at St. Anthony's Catholic Church Sunday. A family dinner followed in the honored couple's home. They received cards and gifts from friends and relatives including letters of congratulation from Governor and Mrs. Stratton, Mr. and Mrs. Charles C.arpentier. and the stale representative, Ralph Stephenson and his wife. Many callers came in the afternoon to extend congratulations, although open house was not held due to Mr. Laktas' recent illness. Henderson County Cancer Chairman Named for Year GLADSTONE—Committee chairmen of the Henderson County Chapter, American Cancer Society, wore announced at the recent dinner meeting ot the board in the Biggsvillc American Legion Home. Chairmen for the coming V year are Mrs. W. L. Finch, of Oquawka, county chairwoman; Mrs. Inez Dixon, Biggsvillc, secretary; Mrs. Frank Wells. Stronghurst, service chairman; Mrs. Jan Johnson, Galesburg, district chairman; and Mrs. Alice Pructt, Oquawka, publicity chairman. Representatives at this meeting were Mr. and Mi^s. C. L. Pullen, Gladstone; Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Rankin, Media: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wells, Stronghurst; and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Peterson, Biggsville. Tuesday evening where she will spend the rest of the week. CARNIVAL By Dick Turner Galesburg Register-Mail', Golesburg, III, T.M . rt<(. u.s. Pit Wf. Si llil by HC» ^trikt. Int. "But I gotta go home and take a little rest, breaking in a new sitter tonight!" I'm Biggsville Area Collegians Home BIGGSVILLE — Students from colleges for the Thanksgiving vacation include: from Western Illinois University, Rosellen Salter, James Shook, Sam Richardson, Barbara Meyer, Carolyn Stevenson, Carol Campbell, Don­ na Foster, Sandra Trone, Ron Allen, Gary Gibb and Stanley Woods. „ University of Illinois students are Barbara Duncan, Gary Saben and Lovell Green; Charlene Baldwin, Ora K. Smith, Monmouth College; Joyce Earp, Normal University and Don Yarrington, Peoria Business College. ThiB. FOURTH AND FINEST IN TH IE DISTINGUISHED €*eRJK<§> OF THI WORLD'S MOST ADMIRED OAR GALESBURG LINCOLN-MERCURY CO. Fridoy, Nov. 28, 1958 7 Present Awards To Cub Scouts At Biggsville BIGGSVILLE—Pledge of allegiance to open the Cub Scout pack night Monday was led by David Rawhauser. Awards were given to Gary Cochran and Rickic Scott, service stars; to Andy Boyer, the Bobcat pin; to David Galbraith, Bear badge; to Gary Cochran, graduation silver arrow for Bear, and to David Rawhauser, graduation certificate and gift. Entertainment included a Thanksgiving skit by Deri One and a musical skit by four den mothers, Verna Rawhauser, June Galbraith, Phyllis Carlson and Betty Scott. Hosts for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Elslon and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Boyer. *mssg« The average American walked about seven miles a day in 1957, according to a shoe firm's research staff. The first newspaper in Vermont was established at Westminster in 1781 and was called the Green Mountain Post Boy. 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Children's Panties In- $400 A-Purse 1 3 pr. in each purse 1 Only 1, Size 6 EVENING JACKET Reg. $49.95 $|Q00 Only 2 PARTY FORMALS Reg. $19.95 $£00 Women's Blouse Sale SAVE% TO Vi PRICE on this special sale group. Women's $900 CASUAL $900 DRESSES Only 4 Left MINK-O-RAMA COATS Reg. $49.95 $3300

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