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Galva Farm Woman Hurt in Tumble From Loaded Wagon GALVA—First cornpicking accident of the season in the Galva vicinity occurred early Wednesday morning when Mrs. Victor Bloomquist wns injured when she fell from a load of picked corn under the .wheel* of the wagon. She was taken to Kewanee Public Hospital where her condition late Wednesday evening was reported as undetermined since X-Rays could not be taken until her condition improved. However, early examination rcvcalcVl that she did have a fracture of the left leg below the knee. Mrs, Bloomquist had been assisting her husband in picking corn near the family residence about two and one-half miles southeast of town . The couple was bringing a load of corn to the barn. Mr. Bloomquist was unaware that his wife had fallen until the wheels had passed over her. Lions Meet Walter Johnstone of New South Wales, Australia, was guest speaker before the Galva Lions Club when they met in the Lions Club hall Wednesday evening. His talk and the pictures which were shown covered the trip to Europe which Mr. Johnstone took during the past summer. Fifty-four members and guests were present for the meeting. A supper was served preceding the program. Guests included: Dale Blackwood, Burlington; George Hayes, Xed and Alreck Ericson, Joe Johnston, Walter Johnstone and Forrest Bonesteel. Stephen Henkes was introduced as a new member of the club. Announcement was made that Mrs. Al Frank was a patient at Mayo Hospital in Rochester and members were reminded to send cards. Also an announcement was made that Earl Brown had submitted to an emergency appendectomy Wednesday in Kewanee Pub lie Hospital. Charter Night will be observed for the Lions Club on Oct. 28 at which time program will be in the charge of Everett Sundquist. The supply of brooms for the sale beginning Oct. 24 was on hand for the Wednesday night meeting. The brooms are made by the Lighthouse for the Blind in Arkansas. Proceed* from the sale will be used for the various' projects and community benefits. No Water At School Added to the list of places affected by the water shortage, is the Burns School north of Galva The well reportedly went dry on Tuesday evening and water supply must bo hauled from Galva until other arrangements can be made for water supply in the building. Four Pay Fines Galva Police Department re cords four arrests during the past few days: George W. Isaacs of Kewanee paid a fine of $10 and costs on speeding charges on Monday. Charles W. Hamer of Atkinson paid a fine of $10 and costs on charges of driving an overloaded truck on a 5-ton limit street. Darrell LeRoy VandcRostyne, also of Atkinson, paid a $5 and costs fine for driving an overloaded truck on a 5-ton limit street. Albert Hallgren paid a fine of $10 and costs Wednesday afternoon on charges of being drunk and disorderly. LMI Club Meets L.M.I. Club held a meeting Tuesday night in the home of Miss Jeanette ' Rashid of LaFayette. Thirty-one members and one guest, Mrs. George Crozier, were present. Program of the evening was given by Mofris Johnstone, who used as his topic, "Flower Arrangement." Mrs. Leon Lewin will be hostess to the next meeting which will be an activity meeting. Announcement was also made concerning the illness of Mrs. Everett Munson, former Galva teacher, who is a patient in the T.B. ward Barkan's Weekend Specials Men's SLACKS Formerly to $12.95 $6.00 Sharkskins, tweeds, splash weave. Sizes 28-42. Men's 100% All Wool Gabardine JACKETS Formerly to $15.00 S10.00 Grey, navy and charcoal. Sizes 36 to 44. 'Of Course You Can Charge It' BARKAN'S 341 East Main Street of St. John's Hospital in Springfield. Members were asked to send cards to her. Mrs. Munson is the former Marie Christeson. Refreshments were served at the-close of the meeting. Assisting hostesses wore Mrs. Howard Mcacham and Mrs. C. B. Garrison. Family Dinner Betty Lou Robinson of Albuquerque, expects to leave today to return to her work, after visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Robinson. On Sunday a family dinner was held at the Robinson home in her honor. Those present included: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Best, Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. John Best and family and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Davis, Beardstown; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gjerde and son and Mrs. Ernest Einstorn and son, Ottawa; J. E. Flack, Dahinda; Mr. and Mrs. William Aimgren and Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Elwyn Robinson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Robinson and daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Collister and family, E. A. Flack, Mrs. Shirley Ostrander, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Robinson, Meade Robinson and Betty Lou Robinson. Last Party Five tables were played at the last of the women's card parties at Lake Calhoun Wednesday afternoon. Winners in bridge were: Mrs. Ralph Johnsen, high, and Mrs. R. H. Stewart, second high. Mrs. J. A. Hall won the bingo prize and Mrs. Paul Cushman of Kewanee and Mrs. John Mascall of Galva served. See Pictures Lawrence Swanson was host to the Grace Methodist Brotherhood in his home Tuesday evening. Sixteen members attended the meet ing. During the evening colored pictures were shown of several vacation trips which Mr. Swanson had enjoyed, together with pictures belonging to Harold Rose, RESIDE IN GALVA — Miss Louise Clevenger became thfc bride of John Gould in a ceremony performed Saturday, Oct; 3 in Princeton. The Rev. Frank Ward, pastor of the Christian Church, read the double-ring ceremony In the church parsonage at 1 o'clock. The couple was unattended. The bride wore a tailored suit of brown and wore brown accessories and a corsage of yellow roses. Following the ceremony, the young couple left for a week's trip to the Ozarks. They also visited in Cameron, Mo., during their wedding trip. They have returned to Galva and will make their home in an apartment on Front Street. Mrs. Gould is a daughter of Mrs. 0. M. Clevenger of Cameron, Mo. The bridegroom is a son of Mrs. Albert Gould, Neponset, and is employed in Kewanee. and taken in Korea during the time he was stationed there. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. Godfrey Jacobson will entertain the Brotherhood at their next meeting Nov. 9. Meeting Set Regular meeting of W. Si C. S. of Grace Methodist Church will be held Friday afternoon in the church parlors. A short prayer- service will precede each meeting and will open at 2:10 to be followed by the regular meeting at 2:30 p.m. Fire Call Galva Fire Department answered the first call in many weeks on Wednesday when they were called to the residence of Wayne Glasgo in the northeast part of Galva. The fire was out-of-doors where flames had gotten out of control. Set Pension Meetings Two sessions pertaining to the pension plan will be held in Galva's two Methodist Churches on Sunday. The meeting of First Methodist Church Is scheduled tor 7 o'clock and the session at Grace Methodist Church will be held at 7:30 o'clock. Next Sunday will be observed as layman's Sunday at the two Methodist churches with members of the conKrogation in charge. Mrs. D. A. Bloomsler and Carl E. Whitehouse will be in charge of the Grace Methodist Church services. Mrrry Makers Lynn Merry Makers held a meeting Wednesday in Lynn Town Hall when a politick dinner was enjoyed al noon. Thirteen members and a guest attended. Mrs, Arthur Baltimore of Aihambra, Calif., was a guest of the club. Court whist and other contests were enjoyed during the afternoon, Winners include Mrs. Ada Cubbon, Mrs. Percy Ostrom, Mrs. Esther Appell, Mrs. Arthur Baltimore and Mrs. Harry Jones. Mrs. Esther Appell was in charge of entertainment. Honor Priest A large attendance of parishioners was present Tuesday night when the Rev. William Carey of, St. John's Catholic Church was honored on the occasion of his third year at the Galva church. He was presented with a gift from the group. Cards were enjoyed r during the evening following the dinner. Committee in charge of the entertainment included Mrs. Anna Cromien, Mrs. Frank Cromicn, Mrs. Clyde Hawkins, Mrs. Fred Bonati and Mrs. Fred Lord. File Papers Incorporation papers are being filed this week with the Secretary of State in the name of "The Galva Centennial Commission," aj non-profit corporation for the] maintenance of historical interest in the city of Galva." I Officers arc: George F. Hayes, president; Fred 0. Waller, vice; president; Leon E, Lewin, treasurer; Mrs. Amy Seely Nelson, secretary; and Arthur H. Johnson, member. Peyton Dexter has consented to be chairman of the children's day program which will open the centennial observance on Wednesday, Aug. 4, 1954, according to announcement of the executive committee Monday night. C. Forrest Bailey has been employed to produce and direct the pageant which will be a feature on three nights of the five-day 100th birthday party. Chamber of Commerce will be in charge of the centennial Queen contest. Mothers of World War II unit of Galva has been granted exclusive right to sell sun bonnets to The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, III Thursday, October 15, 1983L advertise the centennial, when Mrs. Howard Lapan and Mrs. Pauline DeNovo. appeared before the executive committee. A meeting of the full centennial commission is scheduled for Tuesday night, Nov. 10, at 7:30 o'clock in Galva City Hall. Brotherhood Meets Lutheran Brotherhood met Tuesday night for the regular meeting. Pictures were shown during the evening which showed the new Gen. Patton tank. Also a topic of the pictures was a survey of the war in the South Pacific Islands during World War II. Committee in charge of the meeting includes Dr. C. J. Magi-! nel, Carl Anderson, Eric Lund-j berg, Ed Appell and Clyde Nelson. ! A committee was appointed to head the membership drive and includes Quenlin Appell, Reuben Johnson, Gideon Barlow and Arthur E. Johnson. The Brotherhood decided to attend church services next Sunday when Brotherhood Sunday will be observed. Refreshments were served. Heads Staff Dr. P. M. Schmidt of Galva was elected president of the staff at Kewanee Public Hospital in a bus Cambridge on Tuesday wheri the attended funeral aerifies to* Hef» man Poppy, Mr. and Mrs. Ifarley Emery left Wednesday to return to their home in Bunnell, Fla., after visiting in Galva and vicinity since the first of September. They were weekend guests at the home ot Mrs, Gertrude Sellon. A large group of Galva women iness meeting held recently. Dr.jwas in Gcneseo on Wednesday at- W. E. Morthland was elected vice,lending a Henry County Republi* president and Dr. Nolan G. Mont -ican Woman's Club tea held in the gomery of Kewanee, secretary-!Presbyterian Church. Those pres* treasurer of the organization. The;ent included: Mrs. Mae YoctUtl, new officers will take oyer at the!Mrs. W. E. Cardiff, Mrs. Verne E. November meeting. Galva Notes Condition of Mrs. Jennie Penney is reporled to be improving satisfactorily. She is a patient in Kewanee Public Hospital. Peterson, Miss Fern Matson, Mrs, F. C. Dukey, Mrs. R. M.« Everett, Mrs. L, C. Burcky, Miss Mayme Anderson, Mrs. Harvey Franks, Miss Lenora Cummings, Mrs. R. W. Anderson, Mrs. C. F. Schwab Mrs. Gertrude Sellon was in and Mrs. John T. Nowlan. You Are Invited to See IRONRITE IRONER FACTORY DEMONSTRATION 7:00 to 9:00 FRIDAY EVENING BLACK BROTHERS Main ft Seminary - Ph. 4$21 WfwW* ««*JE<T IKW 9NCI **a' mm 125-135 East Main Friday & Saturday Only! Priced according to size. Weather-Birds...good buys...school wise... first in smart styling, fine fit and long wear. Here's double-barreled economy beause they're low priced, too* I GET A BEANIE FREE! With a purchase of Weatherbird Shoos IN EVERY SCHOOL COLOR FAMILY SHOE DEPT. - STREET FIOOR Register For FREE Gifts * Registration Begins Friday, October 16. * Registration Ends October 31. * Nothing to Buy. * You Need Not Be Present to Win. * Winners Announced On November 2. COME REGISTER STORE HOURS — 10 to 5:30 OPEN FRIDAY & SATURDAYS TILL 9 P. M. GRAND OPENING Cambell's Maple Shop 1087 North Henderson Street Featuring "Solid Rock Maple" FURNITURE LIVING ROOM — DINING ROOM — BEDROOM "Early American Accessories" LAMPS -PICTURES-GIFTS A PERSONAL INVITATION I Wish to extend a personal invitation to all of my old customers as well as to the many new ones I hope to make. We have attempted to shoW you by these pictures what you may expect to find when you visit Galesburg's only exclusive "MAPLE SHOP". Whether it be t small remembrance gift, one piece of this beautiful maple furniture, or a house full... we will be happy to serve you. MRS. MARGARET GAMBELL (Formerly of Sl«wirtt) Plenty of Free Parking We Wish to Thank the Following Contractors for Their Cooperation: • E. C. GAMBLE, Decorating * A. L. TELFORD, • LEE SUTHERLAND, Plumbing Concrete Work * HANSEN LUMBER CO. • PLUNCKETT & BRESLIN, Carpeting • ARTHUR ASHBY, Plastering • GALESBURG TEN? & AWNING CO. • MELTON HEATING & SHEET METAL • EARL HASKINS ELECTRIC • CLYDE V. WATERS, General Contractor 1087 North Henderson Street

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