De Queen Pathfinder Club Organized in 1967
The first Pathfinder club in the history of the Beacon Hill church was organized early in 1967 under the direction of Lyle Cherry, local layman. The club had three deputy directors: Mrs. Goldie Cherry; Mr. Ernest Cook; and the district pastor, Elder D. W. Schiffbauer. There were four counselors: Mr. Herman Lambeth, Mrs. Pearl Uhrig, Mrs. Ernest Cook, and Eddie Cherry. The club met at the church school the first three Sundays in each month from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. (Aaron, 1967).
The charter members of the club who were looking forward to the Pathfinder camporee at Camp Yorktown Bay on May 5-7, were Donna Spurgeon, Pam Wells, Steve Stuart, Keith Lambeth, Kathy Wells, Steve Wolcott, Jewel Rath, Jeanne Zacharias, Doris Lovell, Jackie Lambeth, Joyce Cassidy, Joe Conatser, Hershel Wollcott, John Wollcott, Casey Marie Aaron, Susy Schiffbauer, and George Hilton. Susy and George were from the Texarkana church (Aaron, 1967).
Aaron, Mary M. (1967, Apr. 8). Southwestern Union Record, p. 9.