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The North countryman. (Rouses Point, N.Y.) 1928-current, November 29, 1928, Image 9

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November 29, 1928 '•'The ^Scou^fta^. to**!* orgran , the teccitory ;co«q>rti»wi. by soil to tSlSfttoa and Essex m specisl raffles have been , the fottowtng troop* during week Troop No. 42 of , Troop No- 2 of Cham- Troop ,%• *T <* Watt*- \ V... .'••'.'•. -\ : fey eyentajr, Nov, 22, rgh trpop No. r? under cQon of Mr. Dwifnt> Beech- r ity ©sxus&wtoner, and Wai- Goodale, Scoutmaster an c Minard, Assistant Scout r, a \Dad and Son\ supper rved at the Y. *L C. A, The x was served by the. mothers ; Scouts. Xt was a most en- U|e occasion with mualc, Btuntfl [demonstrations by the mem- i of tie troop aild the preaen c ot two Star Scout Badge: Ir. W. D. Maebride. The jaew keeled Scout Executive, \Mr. H. •Rogers, addressed the- fathers i Fun and Responsibility in -4.\ • •••'•.• i the same date, the Cham- i troop held a special invest!- ! service for their first three , class, and first four second m Scout awards. Members of | troop, Troop Committee and j two Executives were guests on • i occasion, . number of boys are taking tenderfoot' tests in Port _y, getting ready for« the in- kure ceremony for the new , which will be under the di- i of Scoutmaster Allen , H. : and Assistant Scoutmaster rwieth Hausner. The troop No. [of Ttconderoga with Scoutmast- I Dr. K. J. Bowers wfil be the Ws of the Port Henry Troop iutist In the ceremony. |Tbe second Scoutleader's Train- ; Course has been started at onderoga and the next, meeting •J be held Dec. 5th. This course | open to Scoutmasters, leaders, aitteemen.and any one inter- PUM in learning about Scouting. i third section of the training rae will probably start on Dec. . at Pittsburgh for both ele- •atary and approved courses. [On Tuesday evening, Nov. 27th s Executive Committee of the nodi meets in Pittsburgh with t newly elected officer, and chair- to plan for the new year's v&Tam. 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