Clyde Canoy Troop 43 1935
Committee To Choose Scouts For Jamboree Members of the Southeast Mis- cnce, with vaccination, and inocu- j souri area Boy Scout jamboree | lation against tyhpoid. And in ad- committee will meet here Friday | dition there must be a report of night to select Scouts and Scout j a thorough medical examination j leaders for the national Scout by a registered physician, who jamboree in Washington, D. C„ ! must certify whether in his opin-j from August 21 to 30, Wilbur ion the jamboree applicant is in Ensor, a committeeman, said * physical condition to take part in j strenuous Monday. ! a Scout program of Forty boys and men have ap- , outdoor ^activities, plied for the trip. This district j swimming, may send thirty-two Scouts, one i Sikeston applicants for the trip patrol leaders, a Scoutmaster, and are Merlin Taylor, Bill Van two assistant Scout masters. , Horne, and Joe Dover of troop Only one Scout from each of 41; Walter Swan and John Webb ; including : the nation’s 30,000 troops may be sent to Washington unless some group in the section has no member member able to attend the jamboree. According to regulations set out by Scout le ders, a boy, to qualify for the trip, “must be a Scout in good standing, have served at least one full year as a registered Bowman of Troop 42; and Clyde Canoy of troop 43, Gordon Blanton Blanton of troop 42 has applied as an assistant Scoutmaster. Mrs. J. A. Moll’s Aunt Dies Mrs. Lillie M. Hudson, ,an aunt of Mrs. John A. Moll of Sikeston, died of Bright’s disease Thursday Scout, and have had at least ten j at her home in Oran. She had days’ camping experience. He been m several months, must be recommended by his Funeral services were con- Scoutmaster, who must certify ducted at the Oran Baptist that the Scout has an excellent church at 2:30 Sunday after- record for Scout-like conduct in j noon by the Rev. D. D. Seger and putting into practice the Scout the Rev. S. C. Howard. Burial oath and law and ideals of service Was in the Friends’ cemetery, and response to leadership. Mrs. Hudson, who was 57 years “Each Scout must present evi- old, is survived by her husband, dence that his physical condition ! John B. Hudson, two daughters, is such as to justify the expectan- four sons, two daughters, and two cy of a healthy and safe experi- I nephews.