Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 15, 1953 · Page 8
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if Otihlem Chtirch 0P «IEM-The sllv*r tfl, held t«»8dj»y iftsmoon, wit attended 175 *om «n ftem BUtroundifii fowfis, Itewirtee, Cambridge, Gfttfa iftd Ophlem. the sum of $65 was miited. Mrs. Duane Rehn, chairman of the event, gave a word of welcome to the guests and the'Rev. A. JL Anderson led devotions. Mrs. Moi*] iris Larson and Mrs. Robert Shepherd presented a pipe organ and tririno duet; Mrs. Nyle McCurdy and Mrs. Jules Lambin, Alpha, give readings; Mrs. Walter Peter< soft, Orion, and Mrs. Rudolph Nilson, New Windsor, piano solos; Mrs. A. R. Lisenby and Mrs. Edwin Johnson, Woodhull, a piano duet; JMfrs. Ted Nelson, a musical reading, accompanied by Miss Mable Coleman, New Windsor; Mrs. David Beck, Alpha (represented Swedona) with a vocal solo, accompanied by Mrs. Larson. Unit 4 of the Willing Aid Society sponsored the tea. Mrs. Rehn, Mrs. Richard Peterson, Mrs. Vinnie Skalberg, Mrs. Paul Benson, Mrs. Walter Johnson, Mrs. Eric Streed, Mrs. S. V. Peterson, Mrs Leland Gabrielson, Mrs. Ben Byram, Mrs. Llbyd Briggs, Mrs. Fred Roscne and Mrs. James Allison are on the committee. ' Forty-five Luther Leaguers from the surrounding towns, Moline and Ophiem attended the wiener roast Monday night, held at the church, followed by a hayrack ride. Forrest Isaacson furnished the hayrack. The Rev. A. J. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Klundt, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Rehn, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Gustus, Mr. . and Mrs. Bernard Mattson and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peterson Tuesday night attended the Rock Island District annual Deacon-Trustee Stewardship 6:30 p.m. dinner at the First Lutheran Church, Moline. Mr. and Mrs. LcnnJe Russell of Galesburg were evening guests'of the John Engstroms. Mrs. Engstrom's birthday anniversary was noted when friends came as a surprise, to spend the afternoon. The guests served refreshments. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. E. Vancil were Mrs. J. B. Thompson and son of Rio, Mrs. D. C. West, Davenport; Andy Hodges, Carthage; Mrs. Maude Larm, Macomb; Minnie Height, Gust White and son of Fairview. Mrs. Vancil was admitted to the Moline Public Hospital Tuesday night for observation. ' Viola VIOLA—Mrs. Lena Jones of Delmont, S. D., who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Maggie Baxter, and other relatives here, has returned to her home. She was accompanied to Delmont by her sister, Mrs. Homer Smith of Viola, who will visit in the Jones home. Among the relatives from out of town who attended the funeral of M. A. Forsythe Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Forsythe of Chicago and Miss Marlene Forsythe, a teacher in the Villa Park school system. . The Rev. C. W. McCreight attended last week the annual meeting of the Illinois Synod of the United Presbyterian Church which convened at Sparta. A. W. Brokaw, a member of the session of the local church, was the lay delegate. Mrs. Brokaw accompanied her husband. •• * • . Miss Bertha Sexton, a teacher at Villa Park, was a visitor through the weekend of Miss Amy Bryan and Miss Laura Stewart. Slie was called here to attend the funeral of a relative. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd McAtee, their sons, Curtis and Hugh, and families were Sunday dinner guests in the Allan Brokaw home at Hanover. The property of A. C. Bradford on Main Street was sold at auction Tuesday. John Plunkett was high bidder paying $6,000. Miss Mary Macklin, a student in Winola High School, returned home Saturday after a several days' stay at Mercer County Hospital. She was suffering from virus pneumonia. Miss Macklin makes her home with Mr. and Mrs. David Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Glancey left last week by motor for a several weeks' visit with the latter's children at McAllister, Okla. The Tastee Freeze, owned and operated by Mrs. Juanita Mayn- srd, has closed for the season, Mrs. Maynard has gone to Chicago for a rest and visit with her daughter there. 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