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removal transportation of Paul. a Bank was 30 Former Joplin Pastor Is Army Chaplain Chaplain (Captain) George E Fort (above), son of Mr. and Mrs Everett G. Fort and former res dent of Joplin, entered into activ duty with the army December ] and was assigned to Camp Irwin Calif. Before receiving his activ duty orders, Chaplain Fort was battalion chaplain for the Cal fornia National Guard and pasto of the College Avenue Methodis church in Palo Alto, Calif. Chaplain Fort began his ministr in 1939 in what then was known a the Central Avenue Methodis church in Joplin. The same yea he was married to Sara Katherin Cox. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O W. Cox, 2203 Moffet avenue. The'y have one daughter, Phyllis, aged SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL ASSEMBLY :FRIDAY Christmas Program Will Include Numbers by St. Cecilia Chorus and School Choir. The program for the annual Christmas Assembly to be held at .0:10 o'clock Friday morning at Foplin high school was announced 'esterday by the principal, Roy Sreer. A string quartet with a background of chimes will play the processional to open the program, 'ollowed by prayer offered by Trancis. After two selections by the St. Tecilia chorus under the direction of Oliver Sovereign, Judy Crispell will tell the Christmas story and Mary Aspoas Wattsv will present a vocal solo, "O Holy Night." The St. Cecilia chorus will present two more selections and the senior choir will lead in singing of three carols to close assembly. 3 CARTHAGE MASONIC BODIES WILL HOLD INSTALLATIONS TONIGHT CARTHAGE, Mo., Dec. 13-Public installations will be held jointly by three Masonic bodies following an oyster supper at 6:30 o'clock tomorrow night in York Rite temple. Installed will be officers of Carthage Lodge No. 197, A. F. and A. M.; Meridian Sun chapter 61, Royal Arch Masons, and Carthage Council No. 41, Royal and Select Masters. 12. ~ , ,-. , , ,,,. . Chaplain f ort served Missouri in Kansas Guy St. William Craig of Springfield, . grand master of the Grand i ^ iljssourii %vill be installing of- pastowtes in Kansas Guy St. L cer fo _ thfi ]od E | c . Joseph Southwest City and Noel, Johnson for ^ chapter; and *V V x 1 K 3S 1chu r'? eS m Colorai ? 0 i Pierre Gngg for the council. and Nebraska before moving to| _ California in 1950. He received his. An agreement for advancement A. B. degree from Colorado col-jof native workers in the copper lege, Colorado- Springs, and his industry has been signed in Salisbury. Rhodesia. Some 25 jobs Master of Theology degree from Iliff School of Theology in Denver. Chaplain Fort is a brother-in-law j of Chaplain Basil N. Mote, who isj serving in Okinawa, and who also is a former resident of Joplin. Mr. and Mrs. Everett G. Fort. hitherto reserved for Europeans 1 will be open to Africans. parents of the chaplain, who now living with him. will accompany his family to Camp Irwin.