Beverly Zubik - Cadette Troop 472

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Girl Scouts Are Active Membership Greater In Goose Creek The membership count is up :or Goose Creek Neighborhood Girl Scout troops, according to report given by Mrs. Jim Carpenter, neighborhood chairman, chairman, at the May meeting. The atest count shows 380 girls participating participating in 23 active troops, ["here are S3 adults working with these girls. Mrs. W. E. Warner asked the eaders to remind their Girl Scouts that swimming instxuo ion is scheduled 8 to 9:30 a.m. Saturdays beginning June 3 at Roseland Park. Girl Scouts at any level may participate. The only cost will be their admission admission to the pool. Mrs. Lloyd Clark was introduced introduced as the new troop organizer organizer for the James Bowie Elementary Elementary School area. Mrs_ Clyde Andrews was appointed to work with a committee planning a Leaders' day outing at Camp Casa Mare in November. Mrs. Carpenter thanked the leaders and co-leaders for their work and expressed the hope that all would continue with the Girl Scout program next year. Following the meeting the members had a fellowship luncheon luncheon at Youngblood's. TKOOP 1301 The troop took a trip to San Jacinto Monument. Mrs. Winifred Winifred Navarro and Cindy provided provided the troop with a picnic lunch. The troop also bicycled from the Scout House to Ashbel Smith School and participated in the bicycle safety program sponsored by the school. A cook out and Court oi Awards at Roseland Park wil bring the year to a close. TROOP 1528 Mothers of the members of this troop were honored at tea at the P.oseland Park Pavilion. Pavilion. Appreciation gifts were given to the committee mothers Debbie Sieber welcomed the guests. Robin Taylor had charge of registration. Cindy Grow and Suzanne O'Deil served refresh inents. Each girl presented her mother mother with a gift that she had made. Troop -15S2 assisted with the ly-up ceremony of Brownie Troop 1401. Each Brownie re- -eived her pin from Mrs. C. E. £nloe, after crossing the bridge ecorated with tissue flowers. 1382 also received their jadges at this meeting. Robbie ackson received four badges and Robin Taylor received two jadges. Mrs. Larry Evans pre- ented each girl with a gypsy jadge. Refreshments were served served by Troop 140L BROWNIE TKOOP 1700 Recipe holders were made and presented to the mothers at the Mother's Day party. At the fly-up, 14 girls received heir wings. Brownie Troop 1700 gave the flag ceremony at a Flower-land 'arty at which they were the ;uests of Junior Troop 590. The last meeting will be an ce .- cream parry. CADETTE TROOP 472 The clinic of Dr. Henry Dismukes, Dismukes, veterinarian, was where he troop worked on their First Aid to Animals Badges. They had lunch at the Tower. Ca- dettes participating wer e Denice Dick; "Judy Hackfield, Nan Garrett Garrett and Beverly Zubik. Mrs. A. R. Zubik and Mrs. T. J. Dick accompanied the girls. Ribbon chrysanthemums were the project for the last meeting. TBOOP 1401 The troop had a weiner roast at Roseland Park. Troop 1582 hosted the troop for fly-up. TROOP 475 Carl Jane Ryan was hostess to Troop 1701 for their fly - up. The troop is planning a swimming swimming party for their last meeting. meeting. Plans are also being made for a weekend camping trip. ' TROOP W01 Decorated fly swatters were made for Mother's Day gifts The end of the year party will be a trip to the Houston Zoo and lunclu Some of the girls are planning to attend Day Camp. Brenda Stainer and Karryne T-anpfo going to resident camp. BROWNIE TROOP 148* Friendship pins were awarded at the last meeting of the year which was a swimming party During May plastic napkin holders were made from soap containers and the girls learnec how to use pocket knives, TROOP 590 A graduation theme was used when leaders of Troop 590 pre- :ented badges in a Court of Award ceremony. The troop graduated from the Junior level of Scouting. It's members are now eligible to become Ca- dettes. Seventy - five badges were distributed. The sign of the Star was received by Linda Rhodes and the Sign of the Arrow was •amed by Linda and by Brenda .orfSng. Mrs. Jim Carpenter, neighbor- jood chairman, spoke to the girls about the Cadette program. fiua Carpenter was also a guest. Each Scout icceived a minia- ure graduate from Mrs. A. R. Lorfing, leader. A wall plate was presented to Mrs. Lorfing by nee Rhodes, troop mascot. Patsy Diane Slovall presented a Girl Scout paperweight to Mrs. IXistv Rhodes, assistant leader, Sherry Merchant was invested as a new member. A Flowerland Party was given given with Troop 1700 as guests. Invitations were tulips. Flowers were used to decorate the Scout House. As a requirement for their Cyclist Badge, members of the troop explained the safety rules in.riding bicycles. Troop government and a fly- up were also discussed. Mrs. Melvin Jones and Mrs- L- M. Oliver accompanied Troop 1700. Girls were rated by their leaders leaders and the results of the grading grading were announced. Star scout of the troop was Linda Rhodes, with Brenda Lorfing as second and Susan Roquemore as third. A Cadette charm was given-to each girl. Runner-up was Theresa Theresa -Macke. Girls were judged on their attendance at meetings, participation in activities, payment payment of dues, bringing hand books books to meetings, and wearing their pins. You're in Love... and, Naturally You want a Diamond from GORDON'S

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  1. The Baytown Sun,
  2. 28 May 1967, Sun,
  3. Page 6

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