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Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Big smiles from girl guides(from the left) Gwen Saunders, Lynnette Gooden, Helen Saunders who were among 50 guides who left by train for a camp at Rosetta. The camp is one organised by the Natal Provincial Girl guide Camps for girls living in Durban.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

More than 50 Indian Girl Guides from four Durban from four Durban primary schools, H.S. done ST. Aidan's Surat Hindu and Phoenix, recently spent three days in Park Rynie camping at St. Mary's Convent, with a guide mistress from each of the schools.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Girl Guides of the Nizamia Muslim State-Aided. Indian School won the composite Shield at the annual Pietermaritzburg Indian Guides rally last Sunday. From left to right: Shamima Ebrahim, Narriman Lackhart (Patrol leader), Chandralekha Mohan, Rahema Khan and Hasina Goolam.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Two Pietermaritzburg Girl Guides (left), Claire Roberts (15) and Shiela Frye (16), were last night presented with the movement's highest award, the founder's Badge, by the district Commissioner, Miss J. Mitchell. Both girls have been guides for about 5years.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Pamela Apsey (16), of Estcourt, will be presented with her Founder's Badge by Mrs. Baines, Provincial Commissioner of the Girl Guides' Association at a special ceremony to be held at MOTH Hall on Saturday. Pamela, a Standard 9 pupil at Estcourt High School, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.W.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Lady Baden Powell.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

From left: Mr. Gervas Clay, the Hon. Mrs Gervas Clay, Mrs H. Greenwood and Prof. H. Greenwood.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Janet the gentle gets a girl guide "First"

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Guides throughout Natal are celebrating Guide Week this week and guides and Brownies will be going to school in their blue or brown uniform to help focus attention on Guiding.. in the picture Mrs. Georgie Payne, Girl Guide information officer, is seen with Mr.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Lady Baden-Powell, the world Chief Guide and vice-president of the Boy Scouts' World Association, chats to some of the hundreds of guides who turned out at Jan Smuts Airport yesterday to meet her.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Girl Guides in Durban: Girl Guides and Brownies came from as far away as Zululand for guide Sunday in Durban yesterday. The service was held in the City hall at which an address was given by Mrs. Milly Bloomberg.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

The M.L Sultan State Aided Indian Primary School in Dalton is to be congratulated, for in their first year of affiliation to the Pietermaritzburg Indian Guides, they captured three of the four trophies at the annual rally.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Alice Matthews of Durban. This 16 year old Matriculation student has just returned from a month long stay in Australia, where she attended an International camp.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Brownies, Guides and Rangers Stage play: Zedekia (right), a high priestess of the pagan Goddess Bel, points an accusing finger at the invalid beggar, Crone (Ethel Janneker) as she tells the Pagan King (Valencia Harper), that she (Crone) had stolen the  offerings left for Bel.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Ranger visits Rhodesia: Miss Jane Lloyd, a Ranger, the senior branch of the girl guides, and another South African ranger, Miss Ingrind Kuss, spent five weeks in Rhodesia as guest of Rhodesian Rangers.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Angela Gaydon(centre) proudly displays her newly awarded Founders' Badge, which she received from Mrs. Margaret Knee, captain of the 1st Pinetown Company Guides. from the left are, Eileen Grey, Carolyn Sloan, Angela, Mrs. Knee and Maeve Doig.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Five members of the Girl Guides movement in Pietermaritzburg were yesterday presented with long service awards. Mrs. P.O. Powell (left) a former president of the Pietermaritzburg branch of the National Council of Women of South Africa (NCWSA), presents a long service award to Mrs. M.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

A happy smile from Epworth High School pupil Diana de Carle as she received her founder's Bdge yesterday from the Divisional Commissioner, Mrs. W. Surredge.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

More and more recruits are joining the growing number of Inian Girl Guides in the City. at a recent enrolment ceremony at the W.A. Lewitt Indian School in Northdale.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Two Durban Girl Guides have been awarded the Founders Badge-the highest guiding award. They are Denise Carrick(left) and Diane Hearn of Montclair.

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