Ken Sell receives "Star"
Louise Pa., and in School employed Inc. for ARENDTSVILLE SCOUTS GIVEN STAR AWARDS Two Arendtsville Boy Scouts Monday evening received the Sfcar Scout Badge at a Court of and Parents' Night program in the Arendtsville United Church of Christ, and several other Scouts received merit badges and recognition recognition for work in Boy Scout Troop 70 and Explorer Post 70. J. Richard Cogley is Scoutmaster. Stanley Rogers, district Scout executive, presented star badges o Rick Cogley, son of Mr. and VErs. J. R. Cogley, and Kenneth Sell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sell. Scoutmaster Cogley presented the merit badge for cycling to Steve Walde; and the Scout patrol patrol leader badge to Jerry Scarpate. Scarpate. David Houck, post advisor, M-esented a merit badge for cycling to Phil Houck, and a citizenship in nation, and a na- :ure and physical fitness badge to Jerry Scarpate, who also received received a junior assistant Scoutmaster Scoutmaster badge from Scoutmaster Cogley. Elson Grim, neighborhood commissioner, commissioner, presented the troop charter to Rev. Fred Trimble, pastor of Zion United Church Christ, and Scoutmaster Cogley, and the Explorer post charter to Rev. Ronald Van Blargan, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, and David Houck. The churches are sponsors of the Scout troop and Explorer post. John Stover, assistant Scoutmaster, Scoutmaster, presented registration cards to Scouts and Houck presented presented cards to the Explorers troop committee members. Cogley introduced recruits and new committeemen. Scout participation in the program program included an inter-patrol first aid contest by the Explorers, and skits by the Flying Eagles, the Panthers and the Explorers. Rogers presented a color film of fine I960 jamboree.