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Voigtlander ? - TRENTON" EVENING TIMES, MONDAY, MAT 30, Panel...
TRENTON" EVENING TIMES, MONDAY, MAT 30, Panel b.een rec- silver or added to as Boy Scout News and distinction could well ' · · ' - . to PLAN BIG SEASON ATCAMP1LSON The twentieth season of Camp Wilson Wilson opens June 25. It will not only be . the biggest, but the best 'season for along with the increased enrollment enrollment of campers there Is also a larger larger number of . leaders -applying for camp. ' There is a leader for every seven boys. The'leader and the seven boys constitute, a tent family. Besides the tent loaders there are certain others who are responsiblo^fOr the different activities of camp. Clarence T. Gordon, who has been at the camp for the past seven years, will again be the Camp Director. Associated Associated with him there will be Albert Albert Bratton, of the Cook Y. M. C. A., as well as the new Physical Director of the Cook branch, who will be responsible responsible for the. phj'sical activities, such as the athletic, meets and aquatic aquatic meets, which are held.on alternate Saturdays. ; , · . H. Lea Mason will again be at camp and direct the nature study, keep record record of the Camp Wilson Achievement Tests and conduct the Life Saving Examinations. William" A. Stowell, naturalist, will also . be a leader at eamp. J. Roy Hunsberger, a teacher in Philadelphia, will also be it camp: He will.have charge of camp photography photography and the developing room. He, Is. i\ bird enthusiast and will stimulate interest in. the study of bird life. Walter. Voigtlander will be present at the opening of camp. INSPECTED TROOPS An inspection of the- Scout troops talking part in the Memorial Day parade parade was made by Executive Abrlel. The organization-having the largest turnout and the best appearance will be given credit which will- count in the contest for .troops and division prizes. of 22 With lovable Who Loved Who death-No sunk flowers. . NO SCOUT BULLETIN Scout Executive Abriel devoted his time to the preparation of the Memorial Memorial Day program last week and as a result no bulletin was issued this week. He was busily engaged in assigning assigning the divisions to their places, ajjd also issuing new equipment, and uniforms to those who signified their intention of parading. PLAN SCOUT RALLY Plans for the big Scout rally in Stacy Park, July ' are" now being completed. The rally will be opened by a street parade at 9:30 o'clock.- . After the Parade the scouts "will go to the park where tests in knot tieing signalling, first aid. compass reading, " ' , . , etc., "roSi be : hBl!.' A relay race through the 'city streets may- also be held. A full program of the events planned wjll be announced later. Winners Winners of each event will receive -a prize donated by the Fourth of July Committee. He The him places is understand any bring Irish and adequate that in are humor men he "wild

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  1. Trenton Evening Times,
  2. 30 May 1921, Mon,
  3. Page 9

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