Bob Zubik -- Bowie Do-Dads

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Bob Zubik -- Bowie Do-Dads - Floyd Bishop has ben elected o head Do-Dads for...
Floyd Bishop has ben elected o head Do-Dads for James Bowie Girl Scout Troops as president for the forthcoming year. Other new officers are Leonard [errington, vice president; Roy 1. Sherman, secretary; and L. D. Weaver, treasurer. Members elected to serve on ie board of directors for two^ear two^ear terms are Byard Sooy, E. W. Vaiters, Harry T. Sample, Douglas Douglas Hamfl, Robert Eugene Smith, lomer Alford, A. R. (Bob) Zubik. erving unexpired terms are Frank Henderson, H. H. Read, I. G. Thompson, Grant Horton and W. B. Black. Do-Dads have purchased a lot and are making plans for a Scout louse. Election of officers was held Monday at the Do-Dads annual Bather - Daughter box supper in Jowie cafeteria. Jowie Girl Scout Do-Dads Elect Floyd Bishop Prexy Dr. i S. Shaffer Gives Program On African Travels Dr. S. S. Shaffer presented a program on his travels in Africa to the Xi Gamma Chi chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, and their guests Tuesday night in the home of Mrs. Sammy McPhail, 163 Crow Road. The covered dish supper preceded preceded the program for the chapter chapter members, their husbands and members of the preceptor gamma chapter of BSP. Dr. Shaffer's narrated narrated program included pictures of scenery, animals, cities and people. Plans were announced at a short business session for a games party Decorations carried out the 50th Golden Anniversary of Scouting which will be celebrated March 12. Tables were set with gold and white flowers and candles. Some cakes were Iced in gold frosting with "50th Birthday," while others others bore the space motif. Each Gin Scout Troop bad part on the program. Mrs. Ruby Horn's second grade troop opened the meeting with a flag ceremony. Co-leader is Mrs. Dee Smith. Flags of foreign nations were presented by another second grade ?roup led by Mrs. J. C. McMurrough McMurrough and Mrs. AmoKC Zubik. Troop 266 recited mottos for letters letters of the word, "Girl Scout" Mrs. A. R. Russell Jr. and Mrs. Herschel Read an leaden for this group. Motion foe letter* of the words "Happy 50th Birthday" were given by Brownie Troop 1098 with Mrs. Roy Sherman and Mrs. Leonard Herrington, leaders, in charge. Troop 1109 led by Mrs. Billy Wheaton and Mrs. Mary Weaver, presented a skit in which they gave flowers to a sick friend. World friendship and organization was theme of the part given by Troop 297 with leaders Mrs. Henry Henry Behrens, Mrs. E. R. Donnelly Donnelly and Mrs. James R. Bishop. Debbie Wooster gave a talk on Juliette Low, founder of Girl Scouting, Scouting, and Kathy Olafson recited a poem. Troop 639 led by Mrs. J. L. Clements gave a skit entitled "Friends to Everyone" and Troop 1416 led by Mrs. Robert L. Baker and Mrs. John B. Wheeler concluded concluded the program. Bertha Wilson Wilson recited the poem, "Birthday," and Millie Herbert led in a song of "Happy Birthday, Girl Scouts." Most auto deaths occur in the night time with its relatively light traffic. and Le in

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  1. The Baytown Sun,
  2. 16 Feb 1962, Fri,
  3. Page 4

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