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 - 1 high school career 'strips. during Mrs. Nelie...
1 high school career 'strips. during Mrs. Nelie Junk's absence. president in charge of operations. When the United Alloy Steel Corp- Meeting in Hoboken, N. J. Mr. Fairless was appointed chief ad­ Nine Galesburg Youths to Attend Boys State Rodich Mills Laule Hagerty Huff Manworren Bednar Perelli Galesburg will be represented by a delegation of nine youths in the enrollment at this year's Premier I Boys State on the State Fair grounds in Springfield June 21-28. This annua? summer project is sponsored by the Illinois Depart-! ment of the American Legion and| is designed to help educate youths [ in the duties, privileges, rights andj responsibilities of American Citi-j zenship. I Various civic and fraternal organizations organizations of the city have cooperated cooperated with local Ralph M. Noble Noble Post of the Legion by sponsor­ ing the youths for this year's pro-!Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rodich, 914 and Mrs. Frank M. Huff, 1218 N. gram, according to George Spil-is. West St., Galesburg Council Broad St., Ralph M. Noble Post, man, chairman of the project for Kt)ights of Columbus. American Legion, the local Legion. , Donald B. Manworren, son of The Galesburg delegation in- J ° sne , ph hTearyu " ll ls '. , s ,° n °* J Mr 'Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Manworren, eludes four boys from Corpus and Mrs - Joseph B. Mills, RFD 1, 1247 N. Kellogg St., Kiwanis Club. Christi High School and five from Berwick, Galesburg Rotary Club.; Charles J. Bednar Jr., son of Mr Galesburg High School. Their se- Frank J. Laule. son of Mr. and' H Mre rhar ip S T Rprinar 1737 lections yre based on leader- M „. FRANK W . LAULE> 451 S . CHER . }J«: <J f^^^"^ ship, scholarship and prominence ... v ,, . .. „ ^ r,,t ' v . 1. . in other school activities, Spilman ry St - Knox (ount y Voiture, So- Mike J. Perelli, son of Mr. andjjoin a Warren County group of said. ciety of the 40 & 8. |Mrs. John E. Perelli, 1047 E. North!"staters" in Monmouth early in Following are the boys selected Thomas Ray Hagerty, son of MrJ st - Elks Lodge. t the morning of June 21 to make from the two schools (sponsor in- and Mrs. Larry Hagerty, 282 W.' Bill Norquist, son of Mr. andthe trip to Springfield via char- dicated following names of par- Berrien St., Galesburg Aerie, Fra- Mrs. George Norquist, 385 Locust,tered bus. Dan Brown, Warren entsj: ternal Order of Eagles. j St.. Lions Club. (County clerk, will accompany the,, Anthony Nicholas Rodich, son of| James Justin Huff, son of Dr.) The Corpus Christi youths havelyouths to Springfield. Norquist just finished their junior year in school. In the G. H. S. group, Huff, Perelli and Norquist finished finished their sophomore year of study this month, while Manworren Manworren and Bednar will be member's of the senior class next fall. The Galesburg delegation will

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  1. Galesburg Register-Mail,
  2. 03 Jun 1953, Wed,
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