Clipped From Tucson Daily Citizen
BOB CANHELD, camp wrangler, shows how to unsaddle a horse properly. The Scouts are taught to care for the horses in addition to the fine points of riding. From left to right are 'Susan Drachman, a former Scout, Barbara Cathoy, of Catalina "school troop 75,' and Barbara Cogswell, Mansfeld troop 58. SETTING tables, clearing them and helping to keep the camp Jcifchen neat and clean are all part of the Scout training. Setting the table are (left to right) Pat Schendel, Mansfeld troop 2, and Kathleen Duff, Mansfeld troop 58. But even chores like these are welcomed by the girls. THE 30 GIRLS enrolled at Camp Triangle-Y may be found down at the corrals most of the time. Busy with their work are (front, left to right) Colleen McCollum, Catalina troop 64, Julie Wallis, and Sally McHenry, both of Mansfeld troop 58. In the background Joan Moore, Mansfeld troop 58, if grooming Dynamite. TENTMATES take a few minutes off to chat whila Joanna Hunziker, Catalina troop 64, scans the bulletin board. On thÂ« steps are .Mary Davit, Amphitheater troop 31, and Mercy Arcs. Judy Bolt, Catalina troop 64, finishes making her bad while Adelina Madril wields the broom.