RELEASE DATE: OCTOBER 8, 2017



KINSEARCHING

by

Marleta Childs
P. O. Box 6825
LUBBOCK, TX 79493-6825
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     This week we conclude the list of the names of members of the Royal Arch Masons chapter in Moscow, Texas, for the years 1878-1879. The data can be found on pages 86-87 of TRANSACTIONS OF THE M. E. GRAND ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER OF TEXAS AT ITS THIRTIETH ANNUAL CONVOCATION HELD AT THE MASONIC TEMPLE, IN THE CITY OF HOUSTON, ON THURSDAY, THE ELEVENTH DAY OF DECEMBER, A. D. 1879, A. I. 2409, AT THREE O’CLOCK P. M., which was published in Houston by W. H. Coyle, Printer and Lithographer, in 1880. (In the title, the M and E are each followed by three dots, representing the Triple Tau emblem of the organization. However, for simplicity, a period is used in this column.)

     Royal Arch Masons:

MANRY, B. W.

McCARDELL, J. H.

McKINNON, J. C.

MEDOWS (sic), E.

MEECE, T. F.

OATS, J. R.

PARSONS, E. C. B.

PETERS, J. F.

POE, J. F.

SPROTT, A.

WALKER, R. T.

WEST, H.

WHITHEAD, W. W.

     Dimitted;

ADAMS, S. H.

SANSOM, F. M.

     Deaths:

AUGUSTINE, K.

McCORMICK, Henry

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     Here are some selected items found on pages 58-59 of the March 1927 (Volume 48, Number 2) issue of The Texas Druggist. (Surnames are capitalized for emphasis. Some punctuation may be added or changed for clarity.)

     “S. O. WILSON, formerly in the drug business in Willbarger (sic) County, has gone into the diversified farming industry in Deaf Smith County, where he is demonstrating that the theories he has been preaching for years can be put in actual practice. He is making a success of his undertaking. It must be a relief for a druggist to have both time and money.

     The City Drug Store at Big Spring has lately opened for business on lower Main Street. Mrs. L. E. PARMLEY is in personal charge of the store. J. L. HAYDON, a registered pharmacist, is in charge of the prescription department.

     Dr. H. B. WORLEY, a practicing physician and a registered pharmacist, died at Wellington on January 15th at the age of 65 years. He left a large circle of friends who regret his death.

     Sam MORROW, formerly of Anson, has opened a drug store at Stamford. He was, for a number of years, connected with a wholesale house and traveled over a large section of West Texas.

     E. O. KUNITZ has lately re-modeled his store at Cuero at an expense of $6,500. It is now one of the most attractive stores in that section of the state.”

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