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Page 4- Wednesday, March 19, 1980 Community Life Cloverdale Cub Scouts' Pack 41 celebrates 50th anniversary The Cub Scouts held their 50th anniversary Blue and Gold dinner on Thursday night March 13 at the Citrus Fair Building. Starting off the event award presentations were made. Each Cub Scout must earn different awards to move up into higher ranks. Terry Martain was presented with a 1st place trophy for the Pinewood Derby Race, David Emmel won a 2rid place trophy and Justin Monsen a 3rd place trophy. After the presentations a pot luck dinner was served. Each mother was asked to bring a hot dish or salad. The sponsor, the Rotary Club, donated a beautiful 50th anniversary cake for dessert. After dinner the Cub Scouts were entertained by the Weblo's with a song and a Photo by Jose Esparza. puppet show. According to all who attended the 50th anniversary Blue and Gold dinner was a big success. Oscar de la Renta designs uniforms for Boy Scouts Boy Scouts of America is opening the decade of the 80's with a new look for its four million members. Uniforms created by designer Oscar de la Renta were unveiled today at a special show in Dallas, Texas, near the National Headquarters of the Boy Scouts of America. Mr. de la Renta has donated his talent to design brand new uniforms which provide contemporary style while maintaining the classic Scout look that is part of the American tradition. As the designer of a full line of clothing for men in addition to the high fashion women's wear which has brought him great acclaim, de la Renta knew how to meet the challenge presented by the Boy Scouts of America. "We felt the uniform should meet several criteria," he said. "It should be suitable for strenuous activity; it should be made from an easy care fabric; and at the same time the wearer should still look like a Scout." Mr. Jay Cassen, National Director of the Supply Division of the Boy Scouts of America, asked de la Renta to design a new uniform in response to requests for changes received from the membership. Mr. Cassen said, "In addition to restyling the uniform, we also wanted to utilize fabrics that take advantage of the latest technology to provide durability and ease of care as well as good soil release properties." After extensive research, fabrics, components and construction methods were chosen and tested to insure that they would meet the exacting specifications of the Boy Scouts of America. Khaki tan shirts with long or short sleeves and olive drab green trousers and shorts with cargo pockets are the basic components of the Boy Scout. Explorer and' male adult leader's uniform. Cub Scouts will wear similarly styled uniforms in navy blue. New baseball style caps in appropriate colors replace the old Cub Scout, Webelos, and Boy Scout visored caps. ' Knee socks with contrasting, color cuffs complete the summer outfit. ', The blouse for all women leaders, both Cub Scout and Boy Scout, is pale yellow. "We selected a soft color for the blouse that's more flat- tering than the old yellow," said de la Renta. Den mothers can choose a dress, skirt, slacks or shorts in navy blue; famale Boy Scout leaders will wear olive drab green dress, skirt, slacks or shorts. The new uniforms will be available in August 1980, from local Scout Distributors. Chief Scout Executive J.L. Tarr and Mr. Cassen em- phasized that the old uniforms were by no means obsolete and can be worn as long as they are serviceable. The new uniform will gradually replace the old as stocks are depleted. Pack 41 of Cub Scouts at the Blue and God dinner - celebrating the Cub Scouts' 5oth anniversary. Photo by Jose Esparza , Soap sales bring in $1,200 I)rmgmg us up h his standard ,,f excellence before June. Besides hal. he is con- cerlled wilh all of the par- wulars necessary Io bring lhis rip inlo being. There's re,hey..f course; but also I ralsporlation, passports, insurance, time schedules, clothing, chaperones, etc. Whew ! need pledges. We're selling cuddly sluffed animals that are guaranleed Io touch the hearts of all Ihe young people in Cloverdale and probably Ihe ,lder ones too! We also have tickets for the 2nd Ravioli and Spaghetti feed coming up on April 19th. If you get the feeling you are being bombarded -- You are! We're sorry about thai -- but Io whom else can we lurr? Lelters asking for donalkons have been sent to businesses and people outside Ihe community, and some money is coming in from those sources; but the bulk of the money is going to have to come from right here in Cloverdale. We are trying to offer you things lhat you can enjoy while you are helping us raise money. We hope you won'l feel Ioo overburdened. Rcn|mber. something like this doesn'l come along too often. By lhis time next year life will probably be very dull and normal and you'll find yourself longing for the ex- cilemenl and hustle and busl lea nd 1 oget herness we" re all eujoying this year. We are proud to he a part of this community and we hope you will be equally proud of us as we endeavor to represenl you in Europe this summer. By Band Students Y.u people are really greal! We want you to know ih,lt we are lotally impressed wih he support YpU have give, 1, Mr. Connolly and .urselves. Money and pledges and fund raising pr,jecls are lurning up from people and places we never imagined ll's amazing! But il's also very exciling. Mr. Connolly is the one who has really earned this honor. We jusl happen to be lucky enough to be n|embers of the band at Ihis time and are included in this invitation. It is a little frightening, but at Ihe same lime exciting and challenging. Some of you may not realize what Mr. Connolly is going through. Mr. Connoily and Ihe Cloverdale High School Band have been in- vited to Vienna because of their past record of ex- cellence. Some of us have been priviledged to play with the band for one, lwo or three years. Bul. it so happens that Ihis particular year a large percentage of our band members are freshmen. This !ueans lhat Mr. Connolly has Ihe monumental task of whipping us into shape and Not only does he have all of Ihis Vienna business on his mind; bul also those regularly scheduled, normal school year type of events like Stale Festival, which is coming up. and Spring (,oncerl. elc. However, Mr. C-nnolly, being the person he is. takes it all in his stride and moves Onward and upward. zwe're trying our best to keep up with him! Meanwhile. back to the money situation. A great big TttANK YOU to all of you who bought soap! So far we have earned $1.200. That's super! We're really thrilled with Ihat much money. Many of you have already re- ordered another box or two and others are buying your firsl. Great! We appreciate your support. Keep il up[ For March we have a number of other projects going There is a Skate-a- lhon on Ihe 21sl. for which we ,I Calendar of events ! Ca lendar of events for the Wed. March 19th Cioverdale 4-H at Jefferson School at 7:30 p.m. Cioverdale Grange at Grange Hall at 8 p.m. Knights of Columbus at the Parish Hall at 8 p.m. Planning Commission at City Hall at 8 p.m. Supervisor Esposti at Veterans Memorial at 10 a.m. VFW Bingo at the Veterans Memorial at 7:30 p.m. Thurs. March 20th Italian Catholic Federation at the Parish Hall at 8 p.m. Business & Prof. Women at Briarwood at 7:30 p.m. Cloverdale Lions Club at The Encore at 7:30 p.m. Cloverdale Rotary at Papa John's at 12:15 p.m. Green Thumb Garden Club at Members Home at 7 p._m. Alanon at St. Peters Church at 8 p.m. Sat. March 22nd Citrus Squares Benefit Dance at Citrus Fair at 8 p.m. Cloverdale High School Band trip March 22 - Citrus Squares afternoon - Masonic Temple. lamb cut and wrapped from Benefit Dance--8-11 at the April 25 - Ballet en Ronde Cy Frances, T.V. from Citrus Fair Bldg. Citrus Fair Bldg. with Wine Century 21, Cord of wood Tasting. from Ojeda. May 16,17, 18 - Square March 29 auction--- Cloverdale High School Girl Gym. Time: 7:30. Open in afternoon for viewing, 2-,5. April 5 - Benefit Dance sponsored by Councilman Congdon at Citrus Fair Bldg. - 9 to I for $2..50. April 12 - Flea Market - at which the Band will have 2 booths. April 13 Baroque Musicale-Sponsored by Episcopal Church at 3. Dance Benefit - Citrus Fair - Chairman Rich Pelligrini. May 19 - Women's Im- provement Club Card Party - Masonic T., afternoon. June 15 - BOn Voyage Party at Papa Johon's On Going Events German Lsons - Sat. at 10 a.m. by Carol Chase - 894- 5983. Washington School - Magazine Subscription Drive--Mr. Kaserman. Aluminum Can DHve - Collection places Krooms- behind Preston Store Cann's- 111 Rosewood Dr., Jefferson School. Sorority Raffle - Members are accepting donations. All these are included in the raffle: Sciaini's Metal Shed, $10o tune-up by John's Auto and CIoverdale Auto, Frozen Picks Drive-ln - Raffling a case of wine. Russ Kinsey - Raffling 2 beautiful White Fir Trees. Orange Tree Have 2 beautiful ceramics by Doris Ferrari to be raffled. Fashion Flair - Has a hand- made Afghan by Carol Richards to raffle. Cioverdale Bakery- 5 cents on every loaf of bread sold to the Band Fund. Cloverdale Auto Parts wants old batteries the money made from the sale of them goes to the Band Pund. Hi-Fi - Gives 25 cents from every $2.50 order to the Band Fund. Red Carpet Realtors - For ever), house sold $100 goes to the Band Fund. CIoverdale Bowl Thursday Bowling Leagues are donating each week. Cloverdale Reveille - $3 to the Band for every new subscription, after Mar. 15th. $4.50 will go to the band. Baad Students - Are selling Amway soap 6 lbs. and 12 lbs. sizes. Contact : Band students or Mrs. Williams - 894-2032. Confirmed Chaparones All chaperones will pay their own way) Carl and Carol Junker; Hans Tschirch - Interpreter; Millie Campbell; Connie Seymour; Marian Zagorites; Kate Connolly - in charge of records and music; Sue Connolly - Registered Nurse; Winnie Connolly; Jan Davies;'Vicki Fennessey. April 19 - Second Benefit Dinner "Spaghetti & Raviolis". April 21 - Women's Im- provement Club Card Party - MOll. March 24th Square Dance Class at Washington School at 7 p.m. Tues. March 2Sth Druids at the Druids Hall at 8 p.m. Cioverdale Hospital Dist. at the Citrus Fair at 7:30 p.m. City Council at City Hall at 8 p.m. Rebekah Lodge at Grange Hall at 8 p.m. Xi Delta Epsilon at Members Home at 8 p.m. Theta Zeta at Members Home at 8 p.m. Fine Arts Commission at The Studio at 7 p.m. Century Lions Club at Grange Hall at 7 a.m. NOTE: For any changes or additions to the Calendar of Events, please call the Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce, 894-2862. Thank you. Bridge WinnerJ The high scoring players at 3rd the March 12th duplicate Margaret bridge game were: 4th 1st - Marie Hill-Margaret Durfee Angell The nexl 2nd Jo- Stan-Dorothy club will be Gummerson pionship game. Lunch Or Choose From Our Corn We're Open Every Day from 6 Closed Tuesday the Redwood 504 N. Cloverdale Blvd. Sourdough Jim's RESTAURA Open Thurs. - Sun., 5:30-9:' Sourdough Brunch 10 am - 1 pm In addition to our regular Thurs. 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