THE DETECTIVE STORY
February 5, 1982
Robert F, Kimbrough, M,D.
One of the most interesting aspects of our organization is its
name. Whoever chose the name Quest Club apparently had many
things in mind,, the more mundane being the quest of knowledge
through the printed and spoken word. having served on the noonday program committee a couple of times, i know that its work
IS ALWAYS A QUEST IN ITSELF. In TURN THE ASSIGNEES, AFTER
RECEIVING THEIR TOPICS, TURN AROUND TO THEIR OWN QUEST OF JUST
WHO DREAMED UP THE TOPIC IN THE FIRST PLACE, AND WHO THE CULPRIT
MIGHT BE. I DON'T HAVE TO BE AN AVID READER OF MYSTERIES TO
KNOW IMMEDIATELY WHO THE PERPETRATORS OR THE COMMITTEE ARE,
BUT THE IDENTIFICATION OF THE INDIVIDUAL CULPRIT MIGHT BE MORE
difficult. Since researching the problem of the mystery, I
HAVE BEEN EDUCATED IN MANY WAYS OF NOT ONLY FINDING THE SUBJECT,
BUT IMPOSING A LONG LIST OF NASTY METHODS TO EXACT MY REVENGE.
SO MEMBERS OF OUR COMMITTEE BEWARE!
TO FIND THE VICTIM I HAVE BEEN EXPOSED TO NUMEROUS METHODS OF
WIRETAPPING, TAKEN A COURSE IN DISGUISE, SHADOWING YOUR SUBJECT,
AND LASTLY, GETTING THE GOODS ON THEM TO MAKE IT STICK AT THE
Members of the Quest Club authorize the Allen County Public Library to digitize and publish past, present and future Quest Club papers for dissemination on the Allen County Public Library website (Board of Directors of Quest Club, Inc., Resolution of May 2010).