"to be a good housekeeper is the aim of the girls of Trop 121"
Qirl Scout News Prominent Jewish women and their friends have organized a Jewish Day for Brooklyn Olrl Scouts to help In raising the budget. Mrs. Aaron Gottlieb, a member of the Olrl Scout Council, and Mrs. Louis Petchesky, president of the Assembly of Jewish Women, are the lead ers 'to promoting the plan, une Riviera Theater, St. John's Place and Kingston Ave., has been secured for April 19 for a theater party and many groups ase working that tne theater will be filled and a large sum realized. A meeting held Monday evening at the Girl Scout head quarters. 102 Prospect Park west, presented the plan to the captains and perfected the details. Girl Scouting and its values and interests to leaders as well as girls was presented to a group of 250 young women of the Edison Com pany Wednesday afternoon at tne Edison Building by Miss Nellie S. Truman, the Brooklyn director. The interest shown by the group indi cated the desire of many to enter the training course for leaders to begin on Thursday evening, March 26, at the Edison Building. This course lasts ten weeks, one session a week and takes the group through troop organization, troop management and second class rank. The Girl Scout Local Directors of the Metropolitan Area held a monthly meeting for conference and discussion at Manhattan Girl Scout headquarters. The meeting this month will be held Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock and the sub ject will be "Camp." Miss Edith Thoorsel, secretary of the National Camp Department, will be the speaker. To be a good housekeeper is the aim of the girls of Troop 121. Mrs. Abble Simpson, their captain, is showing the gitls how to manage household routine without interfering with their social life. Drawing plans of their ideal home is part of this project. Oft a recent trip through the Steamship Europa, Troop 47 Inspected the kitchen, dining room and bedrooms, shooting gallery, etc. Most of their time was spent in the pilot house which Is eleven floors above sea level. The pilot explained all the charts and compasses to the girls. At their next meeting Mrs. Dorothy Whitaker, their captain, learned that all the girls who visited the Europa could use a compass intelligently. Girl Scouts of Troop 14 under the leadership of Captain Sally Edmonds were entertained by the Junior Lieutenant, Miss Lucille Hol-liday, assisted by Patrol Leaders Muriel Penny, Muriel Stephenson and Marion Falkner on Friday evening with a Salmagundi party. A very close contest resulted in four winners Muriel Penny, Muriel Stephenson, Doris Stephenson and Mary Malr. Refreshments were served before the usual Scout closing ceremony. Scout Doris Stephenson is chairman with a group studying for Hostess Badge for the first Friday n April, and this will be an International Parents and Friends night. The Scouts are collecting magazines for distribution through the Church Periodical Club of which Captain Edmonds, is a member. Each Saturday during Lent the Scouts act as waitresses at the Guild dinners held at 220 Webster Ave., Church of St. John the Baptist. The Girl Scouts of Troop 82, Shecpshead Bay, attended church services on Sunday at the Sheeps-head Bay M. E. Church. The members of the troop furnished flowers for this service. The following girls were present, accompanied by their captain. Miss Edith Uhlig: Neta McBride, Marjorie Abbot, Beatrice Abbot, Miriam Koons, Jennie Reit-man, Charlotte Lockhard, Eleanor Morcly, Emma Youngblood, Marion Mitchell, Edna Blakely and Frances Quartaro. A troop library has been started and has a collection of 125 books. These books may be borrowed by th? girls for a week at a time. Miss Marjorie Abbott has been appointed librarian, assisted by Neta McBride and Dorthy Williams, Archery is another activity that has been added to the program of Troop 82 The first lesson in archery was given last week by Miss Marie Cox. A hike to the Palisades has been planned by the members of Troop 194, Seagate. Second class Are building will be taught and outdoor cooking by Miss Estelle Zuckman, captain. The present project of Troop 192 Is sewing, a requirement for second class rank. Mrs. Samuel Bernthal, their captain, is teaching the girls hand hemming on sheets and pillow cases. These will be used on the bed used by the troop for Instruction in bedmaklng. Nine Olrl Scouts from Troop 162, Brooklyn Heights, passed their nature for second class and also received their Observer Merit badge last Saturday. The following are the girls who attended the Saturday morning classes: Scouts Dorothy Atteyeh, Angelina Califane, Rose Caplchiane," Flora Califane. Alexandra Palmiere, Georglana Payeur, Octavle Rugila and Amelia Sacks. Miss Eleanor Peck Is captain of the troop. Troop 162 Is connected with the Bureau of Charities. The final session of a 12-wecks course for Girl Scout leaders was held Monday evening. March 9, at Girl Scout headquarters. At this session the group was reviewed for second class rank and the following received the rank badge: Mrs. Rae Achsan, Miss Grace St. John, Mrs. Claire Kirkland, Miss Sylvia C. Gerstenbluth, Mrs. Rae Charles. Miss Henrietta Rosenspan, Mrs. Lena Holpcrt, Mrs. Ruby Gogarty, Miss Eleanor Peck, Miss Clarice Yonge. Miss Dorothea Williamson, Mrs. Lena Bernthal, Miss Pauline Breipohl, Miss Laura M. Suttie and Miss Farls Joy. Sixty-seven Girl Scouts received second class badges at the Girl Scout House on Tuesday evening. Arlington section: Troop 118, Grace Clark; Troop 173, Helen Maldzyk, Ruth Thomas, Lucille Suss, Ruth Maron; Troop 181, Florence Kind. Bay Ridge section: Troop 76, Esther Ericksen, Eleanor Lentz; Troop 93, Dorothy Matthews; Troop 115, Ar-delle Klass, Alys 'Krohn, Dorothy Reinhart: Troop 178, Rita Hedder-son, Mabel McCarthy, Marion Laf-fety, Helen Smith; Troop 183. Jean-ette Vigiaetta, Geraldine Gould; Troop 185, Dorothy Jackson. Anna Dunn, Barbara Hodge, Winifred Doddridge. Bedford section: Troop 29, Aurlea Oddeson, Marlon Carson; Troop 41. Myrtle Wivell. Isabelle O'Brien. Brooklyn Heights: Troop 47, Catherine Streeter. Eleanor Squire. Bushwick section: Frances Bauer; Troop 86, Catherine Phair. Isabelle Lafferty, Elizabeth Sheehan. Bushwick section: Troop 132, Frances McPhaul; Troop 141, Madeline King, Frances Boehmcr, Mil-dren Stopf; Troop 165, Charlotte Frost. Claire Beach, Catherine Mccormick, Ellen McNamara, Catherine Kavanagle, Florence Hagan, Grace Rehn. Coney Island: Troop 7, Gertrude Bartels. Crown Heights: Troop 40, Alice Allen, Gladys Crol-11c. East New York: Trooo 68, Fannie Lewis, Dorothy Bursky. Flat-bush: Troop 14, Marjorte Locking, Ruth Freund, Muriel Frei'nd. Gladys Lerch; Troop 57, Edna Gaarn, Gertrude Johnson, Jessie Giarn. Florence Rainey, Margaret Rowan. Evelyn Burke, Helen Finley, Evelyn Jacobson; Troop 74. Estclla Achsan: Troop 120, Audrey Wrav, Muriel Dunham, Gertrude Brunker; Troop 154, Charlotte Michelson. Williamsburg section: Troop 32, Ruth Yarrow. Troop 193 presented a Jewish flag to the congregation Shaarl Israel on Sunday night. The flag was presented in connection wiin a play, "The Sick Purim." given by the Sunday School. The Olrl Scout acted as color guard during the patriotic service. The flag was presented by Scout Harriett Maiselas and accepted for the congregation by Miss Anette Bleckman. Brownie Pack, 1, recently entertained their parents by giving a party In their honor.- Miss Johanna T1rhm R r n ii n Out nf fK Paplr Vi a H I the Brownies demonstrate their activities. Troop 37 with their captain. Miss Johanna Blohm visited Bronx Zoo to study the animals which Is their present nature project. Thirty-eight Girl Scouts and was the passing are In 8. ice 6 at the 545 of on