Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 2, 1963 · Page 26
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 26

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 2, 1963
Page 26
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1 / Ophiem Area News Notes SWEETIE PIE By Nndine Seltzer ©PfflEM spending more here with his grandson, Ff&nk haslMrs. James ov , dents'> at the university. Vfclti Ossian, daughtc and Mrs. Lyte Oasian Moline, spent a few dayi Trobaugh and family. The Tro- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ar baugh family went to Peoria Sat- thur Ossian in Ophiem. urday to visit his parents, Mr. Sunday dinner guests nt the and Mrs. Clyde Mandrell. Robert Waltm home worc Mr ' Jim Anderson, 12-year-old son atej >ped on a nail Sept. 25. With tha aid of crutches, he returned to school Monday. Sunday Jan Anderson accompanied her grandparents, Mr, and Mrs, Martin C Anderson of New Windsor to North Henderson and was among relatives at a dinner in the Ed Olson home. Members of the junior confirmation class were presented new Bibles Sunday at the morning worship services. They are Anna Green, Cheryl Knutson, Mariam Klundt, Pamela Larson, Michael Lawson and Alan Miller. Mr. and Mrs. It. F. Nelson spent Sunday with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Preston McCall of Lisbon, Iowa. Leo Swanson is employed by the W. J. Nelson and Sons Inc. The John Engstroms plan to attend Parents Day Saturday at Western Illinois University. Their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and and Mrs. Roy Worth and two daughters of Rock Island and Mr. Earl Anderson. 1 ^ : Mrs. George Cox of East MoliAe. Mrs. Cox is the former Jtofttui Watters, A recent guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mauritz Samuelson was a niece, Mrs. Barbara Ridgeway of San Jose, Calif. She is visiting her parents in Moline. Miss Diane Rice of New Windsor and Michael Edmund attended a birthday dinner Sunday at the William Wcrback home in Momence Sunday honoring their son David. He was 1 year old Sunday. Mrs. Wcrback is the former Judith Edmund. Kathy Edmund, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Edmund, was admitted to Moline Public Hospital for surgery Sept. 25. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Gordon entertained Sunday at a birthday dinner. Celebrants were Gordon and Mrs. Eric Streed, whose birthdays are in October. Other guests were Mrs. Aimeda Samuelson and Mrs. Ada Anderson. Mrs. Streed was presented a party gift. Mrs. Streed was admitted Monday to the Iowa City University Hospital for observation and treatment. r BiggsmUe Guem Luted At Shower BlOOSVtLLE Mrs, Leslie Larion, Mrs. Gene Larson and Mfs. Mirk Miiroy attended a shower Saturday in the Herbert Allen home near Sr^'thshire for Mary Beth Buland, whose marriage to Elmer Hawk will be an event of the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Miiroy, with Miss Louise Ericson, Mrs. Florence JohnsonJ Mrs. Mabel Hedstrom, Mrs. Ona Courtright and Mrs. Olive Ericson of Oneida, and Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Lundeen, Sonja and Roger, had Sunday dinner together at the Oquawka Diner, with the afternoon and evening lunch in the Miiroy home. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Jacobs were Sunday guests of Mrs. Ja- Western Illinois i Birth Record OPHIEM Mf. rfnd Mrs. Ray Hards of Ophiem Are the parents of a daughter born Monday in Galesbur? Cottage Hospital The infant weighed nine pounds. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Harris of Ophiem and Mr. r and Mrs. Ed Oalbreath of Galesburg. OPHIEM - Mr. and Mrs. Stan- r ley Nelson of Cambridge are the parents of a son, born Sept. 25 in Henry-Hammond Hospital, 3en- eseo. He v is been named Thomas Blair. Mrs. Nelson is the former Patty Nelson of Ophiem, and the maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Nelson of Ophiem. —— i Miami—p-—^^—^— i ^iM^Mit^M^ cobs' sister, Mrs. Milton Hallberg and family at Ames, Iowa. BUhop Hill News BISHOP HILL -*-Hft. Lena La* Master of CarrttlRoh arrived Sept. 20 to visit in the Mm* of her son, Floyd LaMaster, and family. She and her granddaughter Carol spent tW6 days visiting relatives in Wichita and Chanute, Kan. • Mr*. William Washburn of turned, Kan. id a house guest in the home of Mr. '-arid Mrs. Arnold Gillette. Mrs. William Washburn is a cousin of Mrs. Lena LaMas< ter of Carrollton, who also is visiting here with her. Mrs. Bertha Grider, who had spent several ftiohths in Bloom* ington Visiting friends and rela* tives arrived at thfe home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wexell Sunday. Mrs. Grider later left for Cam* bridge to assist in the home of Mrs. Anna Gustafson. Meet At HENDERSON - Utrit No. » of the Kno* Homemak^s Aviation .met Moftday at the home of Mrs. JL A* Qf&ffNp* m mater lesstol -<#*i given by Mrs. Lorretta Seastedt on "Winter Afi&HgMW&^j* and the minor lesson, "Historf of Home Bureau" ms glveit ' by Mrs. Theresa Meet nt VICTORIA ~ The Victoria Woman's Club met of Dale Doak Sept. ft. A fnusical k Words program • and Music," itaw given by Mrs. Avis Moore and Mm. William Bice. Mrs. WiQard Hanson and Mrs. Dale Doak served refreshments. There are daily tides In the solid earth, similar to ocean tides, that cause the ground to rise and fall as much as 18 inches. mi W m, /6 il She's the fastest draw in the West, but she couldn't hit the broad side of a barn!" Quell Grass Blaze WOODHULL Woodhull Community Fire Company was summoned to the Horner apartments to extinguish a grass fire west of the building Monday at 11:30 AlWood Club Represented At Convention ALPHA—The following women of the AlWood Woman's Club Sept, 24 attended the Henry County Federation convention at Gen- union at the Woman's Club rooms granddaughter Becky Reger of Atchison, Kan., and Mr. Joe Zongker of Klickitat, Wash., visited a few days with Mrs. Edna Bateman and family. Mrs. Roland Frenell, Mrs. Winifred Rinehart and Mrs. Louis Browning Friday attended the 15th annual Bateman School re- QUICKEST, MOST ECONOMICAL WAY TO BUY AND TO SELL ... Want Ads get fast results because buyers are looking for the seller's merchandise or service (that's why they are reading the classified section)! Sellers save money because Want Ad rates are so low; buyers save because they find such eseo: Mrs. Walter Minder, Mrs. Tony Petrovich, Mrs. Walter Borg, Mrs. Nellie Reedy and Mrs. Glenn Setterdahl. Mrs. Minder was appointed on the nomi- The Atlantic City boardwalk I nating committee for county offi- in Galesburg. big bargains through the Want Ads. Read theml Use theml Register-Moil Want a.m. was opened in 1870 and was a mile long and eight feet wide. cers for next year. Mr, and Mrs. William Stry and Moslems hold that the words of the Koran — which govern every moral and civil action of a believer — were transmitted from God directly to the prophet Mohammed some 1,350 years ago. 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