Van Nuys News May 1st 1952
Order of Arrow Scouts a* Lemay Cub Pack _ .* .._Â»-- . _ ,,Â· Â· Â» u.*s. n *Â· ttorlrvat* Ma rrv Manfipn Cub Scouts of Pack 173, together with their families, received Â» real treat at their lait meeting in Â»eeing a performance by four member! oi Order of the Arrow, Encino Clan o! the Walik* Lodge. These boys, dressed in authentic Indian costumes, presented a number number of colorful and spirited dances, accompanied by the beating Of the ciium and the sound of many bells Â·Uachcd to their ankles, A new Cub Scout, Mike Young, was welcomed into the pack. Boys ol Order of the Arrow performed "the induction ceremony, *nd alio presented award* to the following: Bob Straup, Ray Pritchard, Nick Osier, Jim Watson, John Kenry and Michael Morgenroth, wolf badges; Don Angier, Craig Burr and Jerry Walter;:, gold arrows on the wolf ton, bear badges; Harry Hansen, gold arrow on the bear badge' Coatello and B o b b y Lung, badges. Roy Brown has now attained highest rank of Cub Scouting, .e was awarded the Webelos and a round of applause. Each den performed a skit wai appropriate for the month'r theme. "Things that Grow." Edwird Schmidt, scoutmaster o Troop 117, spokb on the importance of scouting and the need for lead ers. Another guest of the evening was Mrs. Hazel C. Glw, principal of Lemay St. School whose PTA sponsors Pack 173. CANADIAN VETERANS Canadian Legion Post 159 will badge; Danny Lang, Dennis Costello, Costello, Terry Rettig and Mike Hin- meet tomorrow at 8 p.m. in Nuys American Legion clubhouse, :4541 Sylvan St.