Arlene Gunsauls SWcout Award
Awards Made To Girl Scouts Of Troop Three Girl Scouts of troop three, spon sored by the First Methodist Episcopal church, concluded the third year of their organization last week and celebrated the occasion with a swimming party at Harlem Springs on Saturday. On Monday the annual meeting was held and new of ficers elected. They are Garnet Brooks, reelect ed secretary; Arlene Gunsauls, treasurer, and Lois Blake, song leader. The patrol leaders will be named at the next meeting. Mis. M. F. Madden is captain of the troop and the two lieutenants are Mrs. W. K. McMillan and Miss Nellie Harris. Members of the troop committee are Mesdames Charles A. Wylle, Florence Cross, A. H. Curtis, Oscar Pearson and R. E. Blake. Preceding the swimming party Saturday the patrol leaders announced the awards for the year, and presented the pins and badges. Gold star pins, for perfect attendance, were awarded to Garnet Brooks, Leila Mae Gill and Arlene Gunsauls. Silver star pins, for a 90 per cent or better attendance, went to Lois Blake, Thelma Prich-ard, Clara Andrews and Ruth Madden. Thelma Prichard also received the badges awarded for scholarship and laundress, and Betty Wylie received the observer's badge. The annual report of the troop was sent to the Girl Scouts of America headquarters for reregis-tration with a membership of 22 girls. Mrs. Madden, Mrs. McMillan and Miss Harris chaperoned the swimming party which was attended by Marjorie Poindexter, Beth Haggard, Janie McMillan, Thelma Prichard, Jean West, Arlene Gunsauls, Elizabeth Judd, Betty Lois Chambers, Betty Wylie, Lois Blake, Leila Mae Gill, Evelyn Thomas, Lorraine Darling, Wilma Lea Smith, Lois Pearson, Lorene Pearson, Mary Lou Lyons, Jeanne Ulrich, Pauline Curtis and Ruth Madden.