Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 23, 1953 · Page 3
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The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. FIRST LADY AND THE QUEEN — Laughing together, Mrs. Dwifjlit Eisenhower and a Community Chest "Queen" go about the crowning ceremony in a happy, if not courtly, fashion during a luncheon program at Washington, D. C. The wife of the president is thrilling Mrs. Tom Paul Emcrlch of southeast Washington by making her "Quota Queen" for her record in soliciting for Community Chest. (AP Wircphoto.) Boy Scouts to Aid FBI in Simulated Secret Rendezvous The FBI probably will be interested in learning that Troop No. 12 of Boy Scouts will give them a helping hand Saturday when one of their crack agents will be involved in a synthetic accident while cn route to meet another agent on a secret case. On learning of the auto accident in which the G-man will be involved at 9:30 o'clock at Henderson and North streets, Scouts will rush from their headquarters at CHICKEN PIE SUPPER & BAKE SALE Taylor School, Locust St. Saturday, Oct. 24, 1953 5,00-7:30 P. M. Adult. $1.00 — Children 60c the First Christian Church to give first aid to the injured agent. While saving the life of the agent, one alert Scout will discov or an envelope on the front seat of the auto containing a highly confidential report in Morse code. The Scouts will decode the message and will then rush to inform the waiting agent of what has taken place. Continue Aid The helpful Scouts will take off for the isolated meeting place (Lake Storey) mentioned in the letter and on arriving there they will receive code signals from the agent at a distant point. ..The agent is without matches, water, or a container for his water. That situation will not prove too difficult for the Scouts who will Vesper Lodge Elects Healey James W. Healey was elected worshipful master of Ve s p e r Lodge, A. F. and A. M., at the annual election Thursday night in Masonic Temple. Other officers elected were Leo P. Parke, senior warden, and M. K. Holloway, junior warden. Reelected were William Meldrum, treasurer, and Lambert Peterson, secretary. A. T. Lindbcrg was elected to serve a 2-year term as a director of the Masonic Temple Association, representing Vesper Lodge. The rest of the officers will be appointed by the master- elect. Past Masters Officiate Officiating during the election were Ralph F. Grandfield, Floyd Childers, A. H. Wells and John T. Palmgren, all past masters of Vesper Lodge. The meeting was conducted by La Verne Epperson, present master of the lodge. Annual reports were presented by the treasurer and the secretary and indicated a successful year. Reports of the 114th annual meeting of the Grand Lodge of A.F. and A.M. of Illinois held recently in Chicago were given by Epperson and L. Harry Harper, district deputy grand master. Installation of new officers will be Thursday, Nov. 5, at 8 p.m. in a joint ceremony with Alpha Lodge No. 155. Friday, October 23. 195* I Dr. Umbeck Speaks Dr. Sharvy Umbeck, president of Knox College, gave the address at the Founder's Day program of Bradley University in Peoria this afternoon, using the subject, "Purposeful Learning in Higher Edu cation." The program was in I commemoration of Mrs. Lydia 'Bradley, founder of the university. use their knowledge of woodcraft to meet his wants. After completing their mission members of the troop will prepare their lunches, but the major treat will be to share in a big pot of homemade chili to be made by their scoutmaster, David A. Kuntz. During the afternoon they will engage in exploration, lash logs together for a bridge, prepare a map of the area and indulge in other activities of their program. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS GET ASSIST—A small kibitzer, one of the Carver Center children, tells a group of Knoxites just how to put paint on the walls. These (Students, members of the Knox YWCA Community Service projects committee, painted part of the interior of Carver Center Saturday as one of their projects. Realty Transfers READ THE WANT ADS PAINTING PALS—Trying to keep their paint brushes untangled, Thelma Roucka, freshman from Melrose Park, and William Hope, senior from Aurora, help brighten up the inside of Carver Center with a little white paint as their part in last Saturday's Knox College community project. . . „ k (Photo by Ned Landon.) Knox Students Paint Center When the interior of Carver Community Center needed fresh paint last week, a group of 15 Knox College students, part of the Knox Y.W.C.A. community service projects committee, pitched in to help out. This is one of a number of projects Knox students will participate in this year under the general direction of Marjoric Bourns of Fontana, Calif., chairman of the Y.W.C.A. committee. Next week's big job may involve taking down screens at Cottage Hospital, cleaning a church basement, or painting church pews. Whatever the task, a group of bluejeaned Knoxites will be on hand early Saturday morning ready to pitch into the job. Not only during weekends does the community projects committee operate. Weekday afternoons and evenings students are busy working with tho children at the Mary Davis Home, Carver Center and the Y.W.C.A., feeding and entertaining patients at Cottage Hospital and reading to patients at the ,Galesburg State Research Hospital. Mrs. Bertha P. Conway of Gales burg to Amanda C. Schrodt, 357 E. North St., property in Gale First Addition for $4,000. Mrs. Mary Frances Hanson of Galesburg to Arthur G. Points, 96 Arnold St., property in Prospect Heights Addition for $1,500. Knox County Housing Authority to John Stoneking of Galesburg, property in Knox Homes Addition for $900. Knox County Housing Authority to John J. Blake of Galesburg, propetty in Knox Homes Addition for $12,500. MARRIAGE LICENSE At Rock Island, Clarence E. Byerly and Mrs. Verna L. Hawkinson, both of Galesburg, have been issued a marriage license. BJG W^e? Savu? OFFER! COPPER BOTTOM REVERE WARE: $1.00 Deposit Holds Set In CHRISTMAS LAY-AWAY s &H GREYATAMPS 14-Piece Set with Coffee Pot and Rack JEWELERS 316 E. MAIN LARRY J RUPMAN, Owner Phone 4107 OPEN HOUSE See this beautiful 3 bedroom BEST DE VILLE home! Conventional building standards and the finest quality . materials combine to give you a home of strong, sound construction ... a home that can be compared to custom-built homes costing thousands of dollars more! The BEST DE VILLE is a better-than-average home the average family can afford to own! 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