city Scott Conner. police Washington disability in a in be car police Okla., 0 i 1 Tuesday in his p.m. Church Bristow, Parnpa and Board Members Are Elected At Girl Scout Meet Members-at-large for the board of directors for Quivira Girl Scout Council were elected at the annual council meeting held Tuesday night at Sutphen's Barbecue in Phillips. Named for a two-year term are Mmes. Bob Andis, John Holt Jr., N. G. Kadingo, N. E. .Turnbo, Eugene Eugene Turner, all of Pampa; Messrs. John F. Allen, Skellytown; Skellytown; Ceril Batton, Spearman; R. G. Cofield, Beale Denton, Claude all of Borger; Vearner Sham- j (Lefty) Blair, Mmes. Donald rock; L. C. Martin, Memphis; Chauncey Hommel, Clarendon; and Fred Erdman of Phillips. Elected to the nominating committee committee were Mrs. D. V. Hayter of Wilcox B Mrs . E E _ shclhamer of city. , Pampa and L c Marljn o( Mcm . his' one and one Phila- funeral phis. Mrs. Vaden Fowler, Borger; Mrs. Mud Howard, Phillips; and Mrs. Mrs " Marian Osborne . ampa, | were electeci delegates to the Na- are! tional Council meeting to be held 1) competitive foreign to costs of come supports reduced. approval before could 1903 farmers above allotments world the prices— present be cent 1963 proposed voluntary (or this new year, allow in October. 1963. Mmes. C. L. Garrett, Phillips; John Holt Jr., and J. P. Long of Fritch and Miss Ben Decker, Borger, are to serve as alternates. Following t h e installation by Bruno Loewen. Borger, based on the theme of the meeting—''Service—a meeting—''Service—a Girl Scout Promise," reports reports were given by Miss Martha Snyder. president>of the Senior Planning Board, on the activities of the Senior girls and by Mrs. Marian Osborne, executive director director of the council, on "How we stand as a Council." Following the call-to-order and pledge to the flag the invocation was given by the Reverend B. A. Erpen, pastor of St. John's Catholic Catholic Church of Borger. Mrs. Murl Howard reported that the first part of the training for the Girl Scout program change is underway underway and is being well received. A rededication to the Girl Scout movement was led by Mrs. C. L. Garrett. The meeting was closed by the recitation of the Girl Scout Promise. The decorations depicting t h e theme were provided by Intermediate Intermediate Girl Scout Troop No. 2 from Pampa. Council officers presiding were Mrs. Vaden Fowler, president from Borger; Mrs. Murl Howard, first vice president from Phillips, and Mrs. J. B. Maguire, second | vice president from Pampa.