One of the earliest reports details a troop selling cookies in their school cafeteria.As more troops began to make and sell cookies, the sales moved door-to-door in local neighborhoods.Here are a few names I’ve been able to come up with, dating from the 1970s to the 1990s – Lemon Coolers, Ice Berry Piñatas, Golden Nut Clusters, Trail Mix, Cabana Cremes, Country Hearth Chocolate Chip, Echo, Chocolate Chunk, Pecan Shortees, Medallions, Van’chos, Forget-Me-Nots and Granola cookies – and I’ve heard reference to things like Golden Yangles from even earlier sales!Post any that you remember – names or descriptions – in the comments.In addition, HP plans on dividing its web OS arm into two separate units reporting to different areas of the company, according to two leaked memos that have made their way onto the Web.The web OS software assets will find their way into the arms, however welcoming, of its Office of Strategy and Technology. And China Have Called What Seems To Be A Ceasefire On Their Trade War: London FTSE Closed At A Record High; Sanctions Of Historic Proportions; U. Aired: 4-5p ET White House's Press Secretary Says She Can't Confirm Reports that the 3 Americans Held in North Korea Would Be Released; Intense Dust Storm Pummels India, Killing 110; Cosby and Polanski Expelled from Oscars Academy; Cisco CEO: U. and China Need Each Other; Charlie Dent: Trump Made Tactical Mistake on Trade; Alibaba's Jack Ma Meets Israeli PM; Women Accuse Uber Drivers of Sexual Assault; Elon Musk Cuts Off Boring Bonehead Questions; You Tube Host Questions Elon Musk on Earnings Call; Dow Recovers from 350-Point Selloff. Aired 4-5p ET Donald Trump Tears Up The Iran Deal And Slams Sanctions Back On Iran, No More Business As Usual; Western Companies Now Face A Dilemma In Their Deals With Tehran; Disney Earnings Are Out Any Moment And They Have A Rival Bidder For Fox; Syria's State T. Channel Is Reporting That The Syrian Military Has "Confronted And Destroyed Two Israeli Missiles; Businesses In Iran That Signed Deals After Sanctions Ended Are Watching Their Investments Nervously; U. Secretary of State in Surprise North Korea Trip; New Ebola Outbreak in Democratic Republic of Congo; Iran Warns It is Ready to Start Nuclear Enrichment; Rouhani: Economic Growth will Continue in Iran Despite U. Exit on Nuclear Deal; OPEC: Ditching Iran Deal Would Harm Global Economy; President Trump Says He is Willing to Negotiate a New Deal with Iran; Comcast, Disney Set for Takeover Tug-of-War Over Fox; Russia: Disappointed About U. Aired 4-5p ET Donald Trump Celebrates The US Market`s Rally And Unemployment Hit A Record Low, The Air France-Klm Boss Quits, Argentina`s Central Bank Goes For A Monster Rate Hike, CEO`s Behaving Badly, Former CEO Of Volkswagen Is Facing Criminal Charges Over Dieselgate, Official Story About A Hush Payment To A Porn Star That Has Changed, Yet Again, Allegations Of Either Abuse Or Sexual Assault At The Hands Of Uber Drivers.
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