According to Dixie, they had a family tradition of trying to get the bride or groom to divulge where they were going on their honeymoon. In past generations, if one of them did let it slip, the family members were inclined to follow and play some prank on the bride and groom.
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The scouts loved and respected Delos, partly because they knew they were important to him. He expected a lot of them. But then came the Japanese bombing of Pearl Harbor, and soon Delos’s number came up for the draft. Almost all of the men were drafted. The scouts would have no one left to be their Scoutmaster.