Scouts - Fenstermacher
I City Scout Commissioner C. H . I Fcnstermacher led all of the organ- ized patrols of hoy S cou,s in Musko- I , . .. ,. ,, . „, . gee Into the fields Saturday. The . . . , , start was made at eight o clock from Sir. Fenstermacher's home on j Eighteenth street, the "hike'' to take j SCOUTS ARE OUT TODAY t the lads into the country until even- day on Ing. spending most of the Fern Mountain. (avenue Friday night the regular meetings of the scout patrols In the city were j held at the headquarters of the vari- I 011s troops. Plans were made for the j excursion Saturday, and other matters matters disposed of at the various meet- ' lngs. The boys enjoy greatly the trips I afield, and especially the cooking of 1 their own meals before the open camp fires Instruction in rooking will be 1 given to all of the boys on Saturday's trip, and other field practices taught. About one hundred uniformed scouts started on tne "hike."