Stauffer, Beverly Becomes an Eagle Scout
;]&0Y SCOUTS ARE ENTERTAINED BY AD CLUB Potts of Joplin and Harry Arcularius Address Them ^ ^ JFour Receive Eagle T*-«' - , Badges^ 1 c Boy Scout night at the Neosho ,,-AA Club Monday night is one that .Will be long remembered by the fcoys of the order but also by members members Of ,the. Club Who attended. The , b'oys in Scout uniform and under "the command of .Scout Master, ^Walter Cook arfd his assistant, Will Matters, Jr., came into the hall at '~<fr:80 arid lined up between the long Hrt^ f of tables. There were 32 of TEn^inT ? When supper was announced , ittejilbers of the Ad Club were di;**?»&. di;**?»&. ** *° *>y the line and select ' r *yfH$ut to n take to the table and "" *-*-•• him. Before being seated grace in a firm -^ voice. *~H, E. Arcularlus, head of the Boy Scout committee of the Club, took charge of the Boy Scout feeremony- .which came later in the evening, He made a short talk, 'giving some of the principles, work and accomplishments of the order, degrees that they must go •through and merit badges that they elve. He then presented four inenabers who by the work had be- *«^iCome^'Eagle Scouts and he called thfl.ttT * forward and decorated them with the Eagle badge. The four are Walter Cook, Willis Thurman, Guy Pate and Beaverly Stauffer. "Walter Cook and Will Matters were called on' and each made a. short talk oh Scout work. Then Mr. Ar- Cularius introduced John F.' Potts of Joplin as the Scout night speaker speaker and his half hour address was •"very interesting and instructive. He talked on 'the principles of right living in their Intercourse with one another that—tho boys—are taught- by their. officers.