Lynn Johnson Campfire Girls - Bakersfield Californian, 19 Jun 1937, p3
Kern Camp Fire Girls Will Open Summer Camp Sunday M, W ITH counselors nnd Miss Mar- \ gart»t Brlgg*. Kern County Camp Fire executive, already established at Camp Yonls Hanto, Camp Fire Olrls' retreat at Greenhorn, tho- summer camp wilt be open and ready for tho 42 girls who Will arrive on Sunday morning for tho first wook termed "Adventure Week." Many flno plans and projects have been made Including hikes, horseback rides, camp sports,and crafts. Registrations Registrations are still being received for tho second, third nnd fourth weeks of camp. Olrls desiring Information on wishing to make reservations ait? asked to write directly to Camp Yenla Hanto, Kernvlllc, Calif., as the local camp fire headquarters Is cloned during tho camp period, Miss Brlgga. announced before her departure departure for camp. Bakersfleld Camp Fire girls who will leave for Yonls 1 Tan to totnor. row aro the following: Mary Clark, Marjorle Ann Fagnn, Betty Foster-, Betty Lou tlaloy, Mary Kathleen Kathleen Harness, Klolae Harrington, Hetty Hnrvpy, Joyce Hiirvpy. Barbara Barbara Lynn Johnson, Phyllis Mc- Oluro, Amelia Miller, Frnncinn Mil- Ipr, Surrlldu Colleen Pow ell, Sally Prew'ltt. Kllnor Map. Pylon, Joycllyn Scott, Kathryn Sutherland, Hetty Twaddoll, .Shirley Vawter, •loan Westorfteld, Florence Whitlock, Whitlock, Margaret Gay, Kmma .lean WyllP. From Fellows the following girls will participate In thn camp: Bur- Iwiru Jpnti HrniioH. Holpn Brnnott, Alt-mi Ulckson, GladyH Oriffpnth, L\iclllo Howard, 13dno Knthryn Kurts-., Ppggy Martin, Polly Martin, \M Vono McQulggan, Biirbani Nor- man. Colleen Htlpy, Scott and Ruth Thornton. Girls from Santa Barbara who will rm.rtlclpu.ln arc Ann Moon 1 , .loswlp Moore and Vfstn Mooro: and Lola Watson of Arvln.