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1917_03_18_wp - I Kramer will also talk GIRL SCOUTS NOTES All...
I Kramer will also talk GIRL SCOUTS NOTES All Girl Scouts who have bicycles are requested to send in their names to local headquarters Mrs Wilcox captain of Troop No 10 has organized a courier squad and scouts desiring to become members must qualify for the cyclist proficiency badge Troop 21 Mrs R J F McBlroy captain will give a public demonstration of scout work at the Petworth School on Tuesday afternoon at 230 Troop S Oak Mrs J D Eggleston captain At the last meeting the Morse code was practiced Elisabeth Martin took her tenderfoot test A play has been planned the money to be used for camping this summer Ruth Deffenbaugh scribe Troop 27 Scarlet Pimpernels of Park View Miss Harries captain Last Tuesday the girls met and voted in tbose whose names had been presented Officers were elected as follows First patrol leader and corporal Helen Col lier Dorothy Knapp Second patrol Elizabeth Hall Edna Foraythe Third patrol Madelene Elliott Josephine Gil - lis secretary and scribe Madelene El liott Madelene Elliott scribe Troop 18 Pansy Miss Brown cap tain met at the lieutenants home on Park road on Tuesday On Friday March 9 the troop attended a lecture at the prohibition exhibit where it gave a flag drill Katherine Buynltz - ky acribe Troop 10 Red Poppy Mrs Wilcox Captain Oh Saturday Mareh 10 the girls met at the Womens Navy League Theie most of the girlSytake knitting while three girls attend classes in cal lsthenica and signaling Julia May Sommers scribe Pansy Troop No 23 Captain Barker The troop met at Its clubhouse last Friday evening Elisabeth Slmms received her tenderfoot pin Louise Freeman received her eecond class badge Four girls were appointed to go to a meeting uptown to tie knota Emma Bragunier scribe

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  1. The Washington Post,
  2. 18 Mar 1917, Sun,
  3. Page 4

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