THE DAILY SOCIETY Roundup Of Scout, Brownie Activities Marks 37th Birthday Anniversary In observance of the Girl Scout 37tfc birthday anniversary last week, 4 roiaichlp of Mitchell Gir! Scout and Brownie troop activities is published below. Scout Troop 1, Mrs. Harvard Noble, leader, assisted by Mrs. Leo Rozum, fifth grade at Notre Dame. The girls are working on their Second Class badge. They have written an original dramatic skit to present at the Girl Scout dinner Monday evening at the Masonic Temple. Some nature studies have been made, and each girl is designing a portfolio to keep a record of her activities. Troop 2, Mrs. Jack Patton, leader, seventh grade at Notre Dame: Members are working on their folk dancing badge and recently finished work for their cooking badge. In connection with the latter, the girls made cookies at the home 01 their Jeader and took them to the pedi- fitric ward at St. Joseph's hospital. They nave finished then- personal health badge requirements •which included a visit to a dentist's office for instruction in dental care, a lecture by a local doctor on the relation of diet to health and appearance, and a talk by Mrs. IJoyd Stentz on the care ol the nair. The girls kept a scrapbook on subjects pertaining to good grooming end health. Troop 5, Mrs. George Irwin, leader, fifth and sixth grades at Whittier: the 22 members are working lor their Second Class badge and the needlecraft and design badge. They have made and designed tea towels and embroidered samplers •with different types of embroidery stitches and made their own sewing tits. Troop 11, Mrs." Matt Loon, leader, and Mrs. L. J. Reistroffer, assistant leader, fifth grade at Longlellow: First Aid rules are being studied by the Scouts. They must learn how to treat burns, cuts, slivers, and blisters and how to tie and •nse different types of bandages. The girls made and served cocoa and •wafers while being taught table setting and silver arrangement. Troop 12, Mrs. Jim Wilson, leader, sixth grade at Notre Dame: In observance of Girl Scout week, a dinner was given at the home of the leader, March 11. Included in the program after dinner was the showing of two colored films, "State of Utah" and "Ancient Azetc Indians." Troop 15,, Mrs. Wayne Williamson, leader, seventh grade junior high students: The members are working for their good grooming badge. Mrs. Einer Burkholder gave a manicure demonstration, stressing filing and care of the cuticle. Each girl practiced on her nails under guidance. Good posture also is stressed. The girls' motto is "Sit tall, stand tall and act tall." Hair care and styling has been discussed and studied individually, along with good and bad shoe styling. Brownie Troop 19, Mrs. Leo Stedman, leader, Eugene Field: The Brownies have made plate plaques for gifts, learned folk dances and taken a tour of the telephone office, conducted by Eva Birge. New officers a*e Sandra Solum, president; Georganne Stedman, secretary, and Mary Ann Hendrickson, treasurer. The members also are learning parliamentary drill. Brownie Troop 20, Mrs. John Stransky, second grade at Whittier: The girls are studying health, safety rules and courtesy. Their special project is a "good deed" book, in which each girl writes her good deed for the day. They have made doll cradles from oatmeal cartons, stuffed mattresses and made cradle bedding. They are now making corn cob dolls for the cradles. Brownie Troop 22, Mrs. Elza Anderson and Mrs. Lloyd Sayles, leaders, third grade at Litchfield: The Brownies have made goggles with rubber bands and pipe cleaners and other handicraft. They are learning games, and songs and have made posters and gifts for their mothers. Brownie Troop 23, Mrs. C. A. Nickels, leader, fourth grade at Longfellow. Besides learning games and songs, the girls are making preparations for the PTA program to be held Tuesday, March 15, at the school. They also are learning the Scout laws, promise, pledge and mott. New officers are Sharon Boxeth, president: Sondra Smith, secretary, and Nancy Waring, treasurer." Brownie Troop 24, Mrs. George Toft and Mrs. William Ball, leaders, fourth grade at Whittier. The Brownies are learning the Scout pledge, promise and laws. They have been taught how to set a correct table, and each girl must practice setting the table at home for one week. They also have made potholders of their own design on a weaving :oo:r.. Xew oncers are Marcia Andberg, president; Barbara Messing, vice president, and Donna. Stone, secretary. Brownie Troop 22. Mrs. Louis Herzog and Mrs. Wayne Usher, leaders, fourth grade at Notre Dame: Besides presenting local radio broadcasts, the girls have made hospital tray covers, visited the post office and learned parliamentary drill. Their new officers are Martha "Morar., president; Lavonna Kurtenbach, secretary, and Jackie Lalley, treasurer. Brownie Troop 21, Mrs. Casper Anderson, leader, fourth grade at Eugene Field: These Brownies are exchanging letters with a fourth grade Brownie troop at Padiham, England. Brownie Troop 27, Mrs. Evan Morgan, fourth grade at Litchfield: The 14 members are learning the Scout pledge, laws and promise and are embroidering potholders. Brownie Troop 29, Mrs. Don Hartwick and Mrs. Robert Phillips, leaders, second grade at Longfellow: The girls are practicing for the P. T. A. program, which will be held Tuesday. Courtesy towards one another is being stressed. The care and feeding of birds and animals during the winter season is being studied. New officers are Mary Ellen Waters, president, and Nyla Lassen, vice president. Brownie Troop 30, Mrs. Marion Rogers and Mrs. Howard Watkins. leaders, third grade at Longfellow: The 18 members made Easter favors for the hospital pediatric ward trays recently. Three girls are in charge of part of the program at each meeting. They have made corsages as gifts for their mothers. Brownie Troop 31. Mrs. Harry Taplett and Mrs. Vic Schemp, leaders, second grade at Litchfield: There are 14 members, and the Scouts play games, learn songs, and as a special project, are learning to thread needles and tie knots. They have made kitchen pad reminders of oilcloth and yarn for gifts, and have been weaving paper mats. Refreshments at the meetings are furnished by the girls, who also clean up after themselves. Committee Named To Pick PTA Candidates A nominating committee composed of Mrs. Limbert Sibson, Mrs. George Schlam and Mrs. J. N Hoffman, was named at the regular meeting of the Perry township PTA Friday in the Washington school to choose candidates for the annual elections. Mrs. Floyd Morrison, chairman, opened the meeting with community singing under the direction of Mrs. George Schlam. Mrs. Mavis Newell, secretary, read a report of the PTA at the meeting, and Mrs. Morrison announced the state PTA conference would be held in April in Mitchell.