AlphaFamily Vacationing In Idaho ALPHA — Rev. and Mrs. Ger- •ttf Nichols and family left Sun* day afternoon for a vacation whfcri trfcy will visit relatives at BdiSe, Idaho. They expect to be gone until Aug. 23. Jack Clifford, a layman from the Methodist Church at Cambridge, will be ' guest speaker Aug. 11, and Rev. Larry Bryant of the Illinois temperance League Will speak Aug. 18. The Rev. Mr. Nichols will be back to fill his pulpit at the Methodist Church Aug. 25. 12th Birthday Noted Mrs. Florence Forsythe entertained a group of children Monday in honor of her granddaughter, Patty Forsythe of Galesburg, who was celebrating her 12th birthday. The children played games and refreshments were served with a decorated cake baked by Mrs. Stanley McMeekin. Phone 342-5151 PRESCRIPTIONS IN OALESBURO HAWTHORNE DXUO COMPANY •» >M Mtm noma it— MWTHMM1 NAVt |T The honoree received gifts, Alpha Briefs Mr. and Mrs, Merman Beck and family Sunday attended the Beck family reunion at Andovef Park. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Stfeed and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Davison at* tended the Wedding Saturday of John Anderson of Ophiem and Judy Hughes of Milan at the Methodist Church in Milan. The bridegroom is a nephew of the Streeds. Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Martin of Princeton visited Sunday with Johnson Kin Hold Reunion Paul R. Anderson, Moline, was elected president at the 14:h annual Johnson family reunion. Sun* day in Long View Park, Rock Island. Lloyd Carlson of Woodhull, is vice president, and Mrs. Robert Horberg of Cambridge, secretary. Mrs. Almeda Samuelson of Ophiem, and Mrs. Paul Carlson of Lynn Center, volunteered to serve as a coffee committee for the 1964 reunion to be held the first Sunday in August at the same site. Mrs. Samuelson and Mrs. Ada Anderson of Ophiem and Mrs. Eric Streed of Alpha, were chosen to prepare the family tree. The 47 members present came from Rock Island, Moline, Lynn Center, Alpha, Woodhull, Cambridge, New Windsor, Ophiem and from San Mateo, Calif., were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Anderson. READ THE WANT ADS! her Mother, Mrs. Ethen (targe. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reefer of Yates City and Mrs, Dorcas Blufne of Galesburg were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Fern Biker. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson and daughter. Sharon of Macomb spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and "Mrs. William Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Johnston, Miss Ilene Johnston and Miss Bertha Johnston of Aledo were Sunday visitors at the Theodore Johnston home. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McLaughlin, accompanied by their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Campbell and family of North Hollywood, Calif., spent Sunday at Normal with Miss Janet McLaughlin, a student at the university there. Visit in Wisconsin Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Johnson and son Curtis, accompanied bjj relatives from Aledo, spent the weekend at the Wisconsin Dells. 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