at use m i l y read the r o u b l e d "Th a n Be Barney you questions are and your and cope 'Road to Button Bay 9 On TVMon., Sept. 24th 'The Road to Button Bay,"! which will be seen on Channel 2 from 8 to 9 p.m. Monday, Sept. 24, is something new in evening TV. It is a real-life treatment of the 1962 Girl Scout Senior Roundup at Button Bay, Vt., which was attended by 14 Senior Girl Scouts and one adult volunteer from Northwest Cook. Filmed by Drew Associates, the prize-winning documentary film unit' of Time, Inc., and sponsored by General Foods Corporation, "The Road to Button Bay" will be shown over the CBS-TV network in prime evening time. THE TV STORY of Roundup, --largest encampment for girls ever held in the Western world --will be told through the experiences of a patrol of eight Senior Girl Scouts from Kansas, three of whom are especially featured. But since the movie cameras followed this group to several events involving many or all trf the 10,000 Roundup campers, local Girl Scouts will be hoping for a glimpse of someone they know. Members of the two patrols composed of local girls will gather the evening of Sept. 24 for a viewing party. Included in the group will be Sue Larson, Jackie Miller, Sue Craw- ford, Jo Boswell, Sue Yates and . Palatine. Sandy Johnson of Arlington "We hope," says Mrs. Craw- and Jane Wittenberg oil ford, president of the council. H that everyone to the comma- nity will be watching The. Road to Button Bay.' We are. sure it will be an enjoyable hour, and think it will give many people a new appreciation of what Girl Scouting means to our teenagers. "It is --.spirctional to see youngsters working so hard to', become useful citizens in our society and ambassadors of- good will to friends from other countries." BÂ» PRACTICING SKIT-SONG which they performed at Button Bay is an area round-up patrol, including Sue Larson, Jackie Miller, Arlene Boyer, Kathy Steinken, Trainer Mrs. WUkins, Sue Crawford and Diane Larson.