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Macpherson Named
Head of Grand Lodge
Os Masons of D. C.
Gregor Macpherson, official re
porter of debate in the Senate,
was elected last night as grand
* master of the Grand Lodge of
Masons of the District of Colum
Mr. Macpherson, 3111 Forty
fourth street N.W., has long been
active as a Mason. This past
year, he was deputy grand mas
ter. He was also worshipful mas
ter of Chevy Chase Masonic
Lodge in 1942, a member of
Singleton Chapter, Royal Arch
Masons, and of the Washington
Commandery, Knights Templar.
Other officers elected to the
Grand Lodge for 1955 are:
• Samuel W. Mclntosh, deputy
grand master; R. Baker Harris,
senior warden;' William H. Rohr
man, junior warden; Raymond
N. Babcock, secretary; Dean H.
Stanley, treasurer; Edgar E.
Bageant, lecturer, and Dr. Ed
ward G. Latch, chaplain.
Also, Reuben A. Bogley, Jr. t
senior deacon; J. August John
son, jr., junior deacon; Ralph M.
Wolfe, senior steward; Convass
B. Dean, junior steward; Glenn
L. Johnson, marshal; Isadore
Rosenthal, sword bearer; Homer
Henry, pursuivant, and Karl T.
Weimar, tiler.
Retiring grand master is Fred
eric B. Blackburn.
Skull Fracture Causes
Death in Arlington Crash
An autopsy yesterday revealed
that an Arlington man whose
car ran into tree Saturday night
died of a skull fracture sustained
in the crash, according to Dr.
W. C. Welburn, county medi
cal examiner.
The victim was James Sum
merville, 34, colored, of 1023
South Queen street.
He was pronounced dead at
Arlington Hospital after the ac
cident in the 2600 block of South
Eighteenth street.
The autopsy was requested by
police, who said Mr. Summer
ville had a history of heart
trouble. *3;
Great Books Seminar
The Mount Pleasant Library
Great Books Seminar will discuss
St. Thomas Aquinas at 7:45 pjn.
in the library at Sixteenth and
Lamont streets N.W.
with Lrke
For department stores
sewing machines
or any other product or
service you need for the
home or business,
look first in the
Telephone Directory. It'll
save you time and trouble.
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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C.
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