Cub Pack 307 Achievements

Celia Keele - den mother

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Cub Pack 307 Achievements - C. Multiplication, and Research Cub Pack 307,...
C. Multiplication, and Research Cub Pack 307, sponsored by :he Loyal Order of Moose, held ts regular meeting at the Veterans' Veterans' Memorial school. The meeting was conducted by Cub- master Bill Gresham. Bud V. Angle made awards to the following cubs: Albert Court, assistant denner badge and gold arrow; Jack Green- tiach, denner badge; Billy Lambert, Lambert, gold and silver arrows; Eddie Glass, siver arrow; Stewart Stewart McPherson, gold arrow and silver arrow; Johnnie Olsen, silver silver arrow and gold arrow. Skits and presentations by the various dens were demonstrated demonstrated as the achievements from the different ranks of cub scouts, such as the Wolf, Bear and Lion. The following were presented: Den 1, physical fitness fitness and health, headed by Den Mother Mrs. Lois Gresham; Den 2, family fun, headed by Den Mother Mrs. Celia Keele; Den 4, collections, rope tricks, headed headed by Den Mother Mrs. Dons Valine; Den 5, history and care of the flag and religion and good will, headed by Den Mother Mrs. Cub Pack 307 Achievement Demonstrations Doris Moore; Den 6, tools, safety, safety, outdoor safety, headed by Den Mother Mrs. Betty Zieardi; Den 8, hobbies and travel fun, headed by Mrs. Dorothy Court, den mother. Long Lived HONOLULU iff) -- If you were lucky enough to be born m Hawaii chances are you will live longer. Recent figures compiled by the bureau of health showed life expectancy for males born here to be 67 years, 9 months -two -two years and S'4 months longer longer than males born on the United United States mainland. Females born here can expect to live 71 years and three months -- three months longer than those born on the mainland. mainland. Life expectancy has shown a gain of 14 per cent here in 10 years. . Cubmaster Gresham announced announced that the pack will prepare Christmas baskets to be donated donated to needy families. Donations for the baskets will be made at the Dec. 19 meeting. Also, Bill Harting, Moose lodge representative, representative, suggested that the pack help gather restorable toys for the "Toys for Tots" campaign promoted by the U. S. Marine Corps Reserve. Den 6 was awarded the at- DENTAL PLATES Btpalred -- (Mined -- Rebuilt Escapes 8 Ball NEWARK, Ohio UP! -- For a while, a 21-year-old Newark man was behind the eight-ball. Police said he stole one of the traditional trouble-balls from the rack of a'West Side poolroom. poolroom. But no theft charge was filed -- poolroom operator Joseph Blamer didn't live up to his name. endance flag for this period ic achievement award of $1.50 r ent to Den 5. Prospective applicants for membership were present with heir parents. Cubmaster Givs- iam and assistant Cubmaster Chess Moore briefed the n local scouting activities, Dlications, and requirements. Some 50 possible new members vere recorded indicating that lew pack should be formed, 'ossible pack sponsors, mothers who could serve as den nd parents to serve as ee members are needed. Perons Perons interested are requested Cal the local Boy Scout office, 'Airview 2-6571, for further nformation. SAN F R A N C I S C O ' S OXFORD LOOKING UNUSUAL You Will

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  1. Reno Gazette,
  2. 03 Dec 1957, Tue,
  3. Page 34

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