Beverly Zubik -- Banquet Held by Goose Creek Girl Scouts
Statuette Awarded During Banquet Held By Goose Creek Girl Scouts Mrs, A, S. Lorfing. five-year worker with Goose Creek Neighborhood Girt Scouts, was award<><i a brr>n?e statuette when the tk.«ighborhood held their second annual Girl Scout family dinner. Mrs. Lorfing is a troop organizer and has served as secretary - treasurer of the neighborhood for four years. She is leader of junior troop 590. Horace Mann. Anson Jones and Ashbel Sn-.ith have benefit- led from her help in organizing 1 girl scout troops in these schools. The mother of a son GaylnJ 11, and 3 daughter Brenda. al-j *o 11, Mrs, Lorfing and her hus-j band live at 2400 E. Wright. ] Other awards made at the dinner, which was served to 35l>! persons, went to Mrs. Fritz' Lnnharn for serving as news writer for the neighborhood for t.\.) years and to Herman Maty- <5uk for donating the !and for the neighborhood Scout House f">r the past three years. Both wer e given certificates of appreciation. Mrs. James Corbell was general chairman for the dinner, Mrs. Jim Carpenter, neighborhood chairman, made the awards. At the March neighborhood meeting Mrs. Carpenter announced that troops were eligible t<- participate in the Youth Fair April 22. Eight troops signed the sen-- ice sheet indicating 133 service hours during the past month. The next neighborhood meeting is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. April 20 at the Ashbel Smith Scout House. TROOP 1601 Th-> troop is in the swing of spring. Thsy plan to ride in the Youth Parade and tour £nja\ Refinery. They sent some gifts to Austin State School for tht Easter holidays. Vicki Bullock and Delia Haltom have celebra ed birthdays with the troop b sharing refreshments at mee ings. TROOP 1361 This troop has two new mem bers. Pamela Meadows and Nan cy Mazeli, and one transfer. Susan Hunter. They are working on Cyclist, Active Otizcn, and Arts in the Aound badges. Troop 1361 marched in the Shrine Parade and took part in the PTA meeting at Ashbel Smith by participating in the flag ceremony. Table decora - tions for the family dinner held by the neighborhood were also made by members, Mrs. M. B. Pierce, Mrs. James McCaleb and Mrs. James Lankford have been working with the troop. BROWNIE TROOP 203 Brownie Troop 203 offered a prize to the girl selling the most MRS. A, S. LORRNG. Girl Scout leader for five years, receives a bronze siaiueite from Mrs. Jim Carpenter, Goose Creek Neighborhood chairman, in appreciation for her work done as an organizer of new troops and secretary- treasurer of the neighborhood. (Baytown Sun Photo) VOTE FOR Philip T. Eiciielberger CITY COUNCIL District 3 s f \ waJtA-» Philip T. EICHELBERGER SOLICITS YOUR VOTE TO HELP BUILD A BIGGER & BETTER BAYTOWN • Create favorable climate for new industry in order to attract new industry to Baytown. • Hunsan Rig.'ita - A Human Rights Agency could well be a part of our City Government, j Girl Scout cookies. Ginger Gar- ]r«nt received a travel tooth I brush for selling 72 boxes. The girls n-ade two field trips during the month. They saw the movie "Born Free" together and toured the Baytown Sun. TROOP 1740 This troop furnished refreshments and made Easter baskets for the Baytown Opportunity School. They made table decorations for the neighborhood dinner. They also participated in the flag ceremony for the Ashbel Smith PTA program. TROOP 590 Troop 590 enjoyed a weekend at Camp Martha Madeley. Camp counselor was Barbara Mitcha- more; patrol leaders were Amy Wilhite. Lou Ann Gant and Susan Roquemore; tent captains were Cindy Murphy, Patsy Stovall. Sandra Curry and Andrea Sore lie. Meals were cooked over an open fire and in a reflector oven. A worldwide game was enjoyed with an egg piaata at the end of the trail. The troop were guests at a campfire by Troop S32 from Northshore, where some new songs were learned. Adults at camp were Mrs. A. R- Lorfing, Mrs. Melvin Jones, and Mrs. Jack Curry. For an Easter service project the troop made a table centerpiece of sequin decorated eggs arranged in a gold basket. The giris judged the eggs and Brenda Lorfing's won first prize. The basket was sent to the Austin State Hospital. The troop sold 816 boxes of cookies. Brenda Lorfing and Barbara Mitchamore will receive ndividual certificates for selling 72 or more boxes each. Golden Patrol won the patrol competition by selling the most cookies. They were given a party by the other patrols _ TrooD 590 psrtieioated in the Shrine" Parade. TROOP 472 Cadette Troop 472 was eged to have the flag ceremonv or the recent family dinner. Flag bearer was Beverly Zubik; color guards were Janice Crawford, Denice Dick t Judy Hack- ield, and Nan Garrett Officer f the Day was Tina Carpenter. The troop marched in the hrine Parade. Thev plan a veekend campout in April. Their eaders ar e Sirs. W. W. Craword and Mrs. T. J. Dick. BROWNIE TROOP 1700 Linda Austin is a new troop member. Our new officers are president, Sheri e Jones; secretary, Linda Sims; and patrol leaders, Kelly Fitzhenry and Kim 'Crabb. Taxing part in the flag ceremony at Ashbel Smith PTA were Linda Sims, flag hearer- Teri Jo Cox and' Sherrell Adams, color guards, and Kim Crabb officer of the day. This troop thanks th e Dads who helped with hamburger fry and the float for the parade, TROOP 1163 Troop 1153 had an all day cookout at Roseland Park and is preparing for a week end camo- mg trip. BROWXIE TROOP 1488 The troop enjoyed another hike to Roseland Park where hot dogs and a cold drink were waiting for them. During Girl Scout week they painted plaster emblems to hang on th° walls of their rooms. They are" making May baskets. They rode in the Shrine Parade and extended thanks to Texas Motor Volkswagen Inc .or the use of their truck and to Herman Kleinschmidt for driving it.