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Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

On Thinking Day, Girl Guides and Brownies throughout the World are encouraged to think of the world-wide aspect of the Movement.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Award for service to others, and leadership: These four Girl Guides have every reason to look happy.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Dundee goes gay.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Pmb Guider will represent S.A. A local teacher Miss Frances Niven (right)(23), leaves today to represent South Africa at an international meeting of Girl Guides in London.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

 A party returned today from a senior guides camp at Stutterheim and East London. Seen at Durban station (from left) are Mrs. A.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

An armful of badges-24 in all- make an impressive display on the uniform of 10-year-old Brownie Wendy Hohls, of the 1st Glenmore Pack.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Their good deed: After an appeal in " The Natal Witness" for donations of clothing and food for the Mseleni Mission Station, in Northern Zululand, the first Howick guide and Brownie pack have collected hundreds of toys, gifts and clothes. Mrs. M.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Handicapped Guides in Camp on Highway: Handicapped Girl Guides from the Open-Air School at Frere Road, Durban, enjoy the warm weather during the week-end by camping out at Fairfell.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Guides visit Aquarium in E.L. Twenty-seven Girl Guides from the four provinces, Rhodesia and England have been spending ten days in the South African Senior Branch Guide Camp on the Border.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

A present from a princess, tea with Lady Baden-Powell, the opportunity to address 300 delegates from 91 different countries, plus a magnificent send off from her people in South Africa.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

The Provincial Commissioner of Natal Girl Guides, Mrs. E. Bain, takes the salute from an Indian Guide mistress during the march past of the anual Guide Sunday service at City Hall, Durban yesterday.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

These three young Brownies made a delightful study as they took part in the annual Guide Sunday service in Durban yesterday.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Michelle Ubaghs proudly shows the shield with an assortment of badges which she received from her pack for her achievement. She is the first Brownie on the South Coast to obtain all 25 badges-the previous record of her pack was 13.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Mrs E.R. Bain, Natal Provincial Commissioner Girl Guides' Association, seen at the symbolic laying of foundation stone at the 1st Kloof Girl Guides and boy scouts Hall on Saturday.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Founders guides-Guide Sunday August 1971.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Setting up for a week.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Founders guides-guide Sunday 1971.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Miss Daphne Tshabalala, the first African guider to attend the World Conference of the World Association of Girl Guides, takes a look at her letter of invitation.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

Miss Gladys Grundy (left) and her sister, Mrs E. Sykes (right), at a party at the weekend.

Girl Guides of South Africa, Natal region 1968-1972

High Guide honour for local woman.

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