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Bolton-le-Sands Scouts’ Whist Drive

Morecambe Guardian 16 August 1935:
The weekly whist drive was held at headquarters on Wednesday. Prizewinners were: Mesdames Stackhouse, Ayrton, and Tait. The Scout master and Assistant (Mr. Netley and Mr. Roy Thompson) with the Scouts, returned from a week’s camp at Drigg on Sunday night.

Morecambe Guardian 15 November 1935:
SCOUTS’ PIE SUPPER.

A well attended pie supper and concert took place in the Parish Hall last evening week. Mr. Netley and Mr. Roy Thomson (Scoutmasters) presided. The supper was served by Messrs. Netley, Thompson, Higson, J. T. Hall, T. E. Bowker, Mesdames W. Askew, Whiteside, Netley, Stackhouse, E. Cornthwaite, Cowperthwaite, Fred Taylor, Ollernshaw, and Miss Barbara Cornthwaite. The programme was ably carried out by Mr. Peddar and Company (piano accordion), Mr. Naylor and Kenneth Townon (monologues), Mr. Yoxall (Villy and Vick), Camsdale Brothers (comedians), Mr. Pallisar and Mr. Langhorne (duet), Mr. Newby (mouth organ solo), Miss M. Campion (song and dance), Mrs. Pollard (song). The proceeds were for the Bolton-le-Sands Scouts’ fund.

Lancaster Guardian 06 August 1937:
IN CAMP.
Bolton-le-Sands Scout Troop left the village on Saturday for their camp at Brignor, Durham. They were accompanied by Scoutmaster Senior and Assistant Scoutmasters C. Moffatt and C. Fryer.

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