Ophiem Home Hosts For Birthday Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, Ml. Wed, Sept. I 1, 1963 IS OPHIEM - Mr. and Mrs. R. H Ossian entertained relatives and friends <\t a birthday dinner Sunday. Celebrants were Mrs. Orville Ossian of near Cambridge, the daughter-in-law, and a grandson. Dick Larson, 5, son of the Morris Larsons. Guests were the Larson family, Mrs. Elsie Larson, the grandmother, and Melvin Larson, of Aledo; Orville Ossian, Mrs. Ida Hunt, mother of Mrs. 0. Ossian, and Miss Marchia Hunt of Cambridge. Ophtem Briefs Mrs. Hilda Peterson, the Robert Shepherd family, Mrs. Alice Mattson and the Charles Curry family of near Alpha attended a potluck birthday dinner Monday at the Mrs. Helen Mattson home in Prophetstown, formerly of Oph- ien. Celebrants were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Curry and Brenda Mattson. The John Thompson family of Shelbyville spent a weekend with his mother, Mrs. Ruth Thompson. Sunday, the Willard Stagg family of Yates City came to spend the day. Dale Good, who resides east of Ophiem, has begun his fourth year as driver of the Ophiem route bus of the AlWood schools. There are some 24 pupils that board the bus in the village. Others are west of Ophiem and numbering more than 45. Mrs. Minnie Johnson entertained at a supper Tuesday honoring a granddaughter, Miss R u b i e Klundt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Klundt of Osco. Miss Klundt has enrolled at Iowa State University in Iowa City and will enter the school of nursing. Attending the supper were the Johnson families from Orion, Alpha, Osco and Miss Catherine Johnson and Astrid at home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swanson of Cincinnati, Ohio, spent the holiday weekend with his brother and wife, the Pat Swansons. Sunday, the two couples went to Walcott, Iowa, to visit the Bill Paustians. BROWN • LYNCH « SCOTT / i t Red Blue Gold On The Go . . . Choose a length Corduroy coat. Pile trim madrian or convertible hood collar. I A Mrs. Paustian is a sister of the Swanson brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carlson and sons and Mrs. Almeda Samuelson were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carlson in Woodhull. The birthday dinner was in honor of the third birthday of their son Ronnie. Brenda McKinley spent the week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carlson, while her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry McKinley of Cambridge, vacationed. Mr. and Mrs. Hollie Luker of Viola are caring for the other two daughters in the McKinley home. Mark Labor Day Members of the 500 Club held a picnic supper at Crescent Lake near Alpha, Labor Day. Several families went boating and fishing at New Boston, camping out, over the holiday weekend. They were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Swanson, Jeffrey and his cousin, Michael Swanson of Alpha, the Ralph Briggs family, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. George Sutor of Burlington and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gould and Mr.- and Mrs. Curtis Briggs. The Marvin Good family attended the Indian powwow at Rock Island Labor Day. The R. D. Miller, LaVerne Johnson and George Green families held a potluck supper at Crescent Lake recently. Mrs. Almeda Samuelson entertained at a supper Labor Day. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Eric Streed of Alpha and the Chester Gordon family and Mrs. Ada Anderson, of Ophiem. Mrs. Robert Shepherd and son Paul left by train Sunday for Chicago returning home Monday. Shepherd had cattle on the market. Recent visitors at the W. J. Nelsons were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Herbert of Albuquerque, N. M., and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Stears of Las Vegas, Nev., formerly of this area. The Ronald Thompson family of Cambridge were Sunday dinner guests of the Roger Norbergs, Ophiem. The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Rehn, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nelson spent Saturday night at the Vincent Nelson cabin on the Mississippi in the Loud Thunder area near Andalusia. Sunday, they held the cousins reunion, with some 21 present from Alpha, Ophiem, Lynn Center and Coal Valley. The John Thompson family of Shelbyville and the Willard Staggs family of Yates City visited their mother, Mrs. Ruth Thompson, here over the weekend holidays. Mr. and Mrs. John Klundt and daughters spent four days in Chicago with relatives, the Edward Olson family. Mr. and Mrs. James McGaughy have moved from Rock Island to Macomb, where they will enroll at Western Illinois University. Mrs. McGaughy is the former Jeanine Engstrom of Ophiem. The Verle Thurman family of Iowa spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Harris of Ophiem. Rioans Host Guests At Dinner RIO — A family picnic was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shepherd Sept. 1 in honor of their son and daughter-in-law and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Shepherd, who are moving to Hebron in the near future. Others present were: Mrs. Mae Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shepherd. Jan and Michael, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Melton and Dale and Miss Jo Pottorf, of Rio; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Berg, Nancy, Linda, Donna and Timmy and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Adams, Judy, Kathy and Richie, of Oneida, and Mr. and Mrs. John Melton, Tim and Tama, Mrs. Bruce Stuart, Jimmie and Julie, of Galesburg. Rio Briefs A potluck dinner was held for Mr. and Mrs. Ross Shepherd and family at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Saline Labor Day. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Swanson, of Rio; Mr. and Mrs. John Melton of Galesburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green of Orion. The civic committee of the Rio Woman's Club met at the home of the chairman, Mrs. Walter Landon, Wednesday. Plans were discussed for various projects to be carried out during the club year. Mrs. J. A. Pitman, Mrs. Fred Pitman and Mrs. John Pitman attended a 1 o'clock luncheon Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Robert Driffil at Roscville. Event of the afternoon was a miscellaneous "across the miles" shower for Miss Shiela Rodgers of San Diego, Calif. Walter Epperson and Larry Birdsley spent the Labor Day weekend rn Wisconsin. Mrs. Epperson stayed with her daughter- in-law, Mrs. Birdsley in Silvis. While there, she attended church with her mother, Mrs. H. D. Fender, at the Gospel Temple in Molinc. Mr. and Mrs. Audley Whitson of Brimfield have moved into the home vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hawk and family. READ THF CLASSIFIEDS! Phone 342-5151 PRESCRIPTIONS ^1 Orders IN ADVANCE OF TICKET OFFICE OPENING! So that you may have first choice of seats before regular box office sale starts. Send letter GALESBURG REGJSTER-MA1L 140 S. Prairie stating number and price of seats desired and choice of performance. Enclose check or money order together with a stamped, self- addressed envelope for Send letter to the Mail Orders Get Priority The Original Telephone Reservations Accepted at GALESBURG UKCilSTER-MAIL 141) S. 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