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Moody honors students in September

The following were September Students of the Month at Moody Elementary School at White Hall: first row from left, Hylie Gorman, Drake Bogy, Blair Perdue, Emma Craig, Cameron Hults; second row from left, Jacee Johnson, Meredith Reddin, Brianna Hulse, Kevin Robinson; third row from left, Elana Weatherford, Kaejah Hodge, Will Colclasure, Kyndall Reed, and Owen Lord. Not pictured are Addie Rose Castleberry and Jordan Pearce. (Special to The Commercial)

WH Noon Lions to meet

The White Hall Noon Lions Club will meet at noon Thursday, Oct. 1, at Larry’s Pizza at White Hall. The guest speaker will be Steven Rice with the White Hall Food Pantry.

U.S.D. 1812 honors White Hall cadet

Left, Arkansas State Society United States Daughters of 1812 (U.S.D.1812) President Sharon Wyatt, and Simon Bradford Chapter President MarJo Dill, right, recently presented Cadet Tylina Smith with a National Society U.S.D. 1812 JROTC medal and certificate. Smith will enter college in Missouri this fall and participate in the ROTC program as well. The presentation was made during the White Hall High School JROTC Awards Luncheon. (Special to The Commercial)

Star City student receives Majors scholarship

Jessie Owen, a graduating senior at Star City High School, will receive the Gerald and Sue Majors Endowed Scholarship to attend the University of Arkansas at Monticello. The scholarship was created by Star City natives Gerald and Sue Majors of White Hall. Owen is the daughter of Jess and Ramona Owen. The scholarship is awarded annually to a Star City senior who exhibits a strong academic background and work ethic, and displays outstanding professional potential. Owen will enter the pre-nursing program. (Special to The Commercial)

White Hall police reports

On April 24, Officer Robert Rogers reported that he had received a call on his personal cell phone. Rogers said he did not answer the call. Rogers said he received a second call a few minutes later and answered the call, and the male voice, who did not identify himself to Rogers, said that he “better stop (expletive) with his friend.”