THE GUARDIAN, FRIDAY 13 FEBRUARY, 1931
In connection with the 1st Carnforth Group of Boy Scouts a new Rover Crew (for boys of 18 and over) is being formed.
Mr. R. Peterson is the Rover leader, and there is every indication of an influx of members.
THE GUARDIAN, FRIDAY 20 FEBRUARY, 1931
An entertainment in aid of the Scout Funds was held in the School on Saturday. A novel feature was the use made of Mr. Waud’s excellent radio-gramophone for many items.
The Scout Cubs contributed action songs “The Animals went,” and ” I want to be a Scout until I’m Seventy-three.” J. Capstick was soloist and Mark Walker sang “Because I was shy.” The Scouts presented a sketch “In a Dentist’s Waiting-room,” The principal characters being taken by Victor Taylor, M. Walker, V. Akrigg, J. Johnston, Frank Stephens and D. Halliwell.
THE GUARDIAN, FRIDAY 24 APRIL, 1931
NEWS FROM THE DISTRICT
Galgate Boy Scouts held a whist drive and dance in the Institute, under the direction of Mrs. Sanderson. Whist prizewinners: Miss M. Southward, Miss M.A. Downham, Mrs. Southward, Mrs. Illingworth, Miss Myerscough, Messrs. Peat, S. Wilson, E. Brayshaw, W. Shaw and J. Bowker.