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Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972
Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Good deed suprise: One of Northdale's oldest residents, Mrs. Kistappa Naidoo, received a pleasant suprise when Brownies from the W.A Lewitt State Indian School paid her a visit and showered her with gifts during Guide Week.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Brownie new look: In keeping with Guiding throughout the world, Natal Brownies have this year streamlined many of their concepts and their uniform, as may be seen from this picture of three girls from the 3rd Durban North Brownie Pack.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Anne Bulcock, who was presented with her founders Badge at a ceremony held n the Moth Hall Estcourt. Mr. Frank Hatton, Commissioner for scouts for Escourt, presented the badge to Anne.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

A group of five women present at the 50th anniversary of Guiding in Ladysmith recently were (from left) Miss Gladys Niven of Durban, organiser for African Guiding, Miss Marilyn Atkinson, the guide Captain of Ladysmith, Mrs. Ethne Bain of Durban, the Natal Provincial Commissioner, Mrs.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Six Girl Guides from six different Girl Guide companies were awarded the founder's Badge by their companies recently.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Mrs. Ethne Baine, provincial commissioner for Natal for the Girl Guides' Association, who leaves Durban on Monday, to attend the 20th World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Brownie activities after Mrs Billie O'Connor of the 1st Mtubatuba pack, receives the Brownie Guides Warrant from Mrs Val'Westlake, Divisional Commissioner of Guides for Zululand.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Here four of the Guides prepare to do the Durban centrl circuit. They are from the left: Miss Jean Powis, (16), a sea Ranger; Miss Hilary Payne, (17), a cadet; Miss Barbara Andersen, (16), and Miss Judy Santos, both Girl Guides. the girls delivered 30 meals in three hours.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

The girl Estcourt is proud of 18- year old Ingrid Kuss of the 1st guide company who was invested Lone Ranger, the first for 18 years in Natal. She is one of two who will represent the republic in Rhodesia.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

South Africa helped fellow guides in Botswana: Mrs E. Bain, Provincial Commissioner for Natal Guides, and Mrs. M. Shingner, District Commissioner for the Msinsi District of South Durban who attended the inter country training in Gaberones between April 22 and May 2.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Botswana 1968.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Ayovivinywa eBotswana amaGirl Guide: kusukela kwesokunxele kwabasesitimeleni ngoNksz. B.B Mkhize oy District Commissioner eMlazi, uNksz P. George oyi District Commissioner eThekwini, esigabeni samaNdiya, kanye noNkk. J. Modis ongumgqugquzeli eNatal.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Guiders' visit to Gaberones: Miss Ann Bell.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Official visit by Natal's senior Guide: Mrs. Ethne Bain, Provincial Girl Guide Commissioner for Natal, will be paying an official visit to Pietermaritzburg next week.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Preparing for the girl guides' fete. A girl guide fete will be held on Saturday morning in the Metropolitan Methodist Church hall in Chapel Street in aid of funds to build a room to house guide equipment at Lexden camp. (from the left) Gail Luiz, a member of St.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

A busy time for the Chief Guide: Lady Baden-Powell, doyen of guides throughout the world, will be visisting South Africa this year to take part in the South African celebrations of Diamond Jubilee of the world-wide Guiding movement.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Mrs. Ethne Bain presenting Empangeni Guides with badges.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

A tonic for non-whites: Dr. and Mrs. Alan Taylor cut the cake at dinner party given for them in Durban by the American Consul-General, Mr William Duggan, to mark their 50th wedding anniversary.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

This week 4sixers from the Brownie Pack of whom Mrs. Ross-Jones is the guider, proudly displayed scrap books, which are combined effort by the Brownie pack. Each year Brownies make scrap books which are in turn sent to childrens homes and hospitals and sometimes even mission stations.

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