Grandma headed a cub scout den? 1958
an- PnUe r ^OimKinci and V /WAAAWillC in T„ Prtr'l/' IS /TAAtinrT * Ut,^ l^ieCllliy and heads HURON, May 9- all three sections -Combining of Huron's Cub Scout Pack 31, the Cubs held their regular pack meeting theijn the High school gymnasium Wednesday night with cubmaster Roland Gold in charge. Charles Carver, Den 4, won first in the poster contest which I had been conducted, centering on Club represent the the also j the '"Keep America' Beautiful" for theme. Second award was won by | Richard Jensen, Den 9. The post- beicrs were on display in the McKillip's and Miss appeared Roman of three the turning iNoflz, candles "U" as kinds The all first beans sweet the school foyer. The two winning posters and seven honorable men* lions will be displayed in downtown downtown store windows. •Awards were also made to winners winners in the recent candy sales, in which Den 13 won the group award. Skits presented for the evening's evening's program were on three subjects: "Tips on Gardening"; "Keep America Beautiful" and "Den Trips in April." Participating Participating dens were Mrs. Eileen Nagel's Den 3: Mrs. Dorcas Eberl's Den 5: Mrs. Mabel Opper's Opper's Den 7; Mrs. Ann Molnar's Den 9; Mrs. Mabel Snyder's Den 10; and Mrs. Mildred Carver's Den 11. Advancements in rank went to the following: Wolf Cub: Paul John Gockstettcr and Michael Sheppard; Bear Cubs: Richard Washburn, Bruce Mc- Abery, Vaughn Wendland and David Molnar; Lion Cubs: David Hammond. Eddie Habcr, Jon Rostel Rostel and Wendell Kaman. Gold aiTow points went to Richard Washburn, Bear; Jon Duffy, Wolf; David Hammond, Lion; John Antonelli, Wolf; and Robert Gilchrist, Wolf. Silver arrow points were awarded to Charles Wright, Bear; Richard Washburn, Bear; Jon Duffy, Wolf; Geri-y Rugg, five for Wolf; Bill Ebert, two for Wolf; Terry Malone, Bear; David Hammond, Lion; Charles Ross, Wolf; Douglas Douglas Clark, Bear; and Frank Mount, Wolf.