Scouting, Volume 18, Number 9, September 1930 Page: 229
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HE pamphlets illustrated on
this cover are new additions to
or revisions of the Service Library.
We are reproducing in SCOUTING
this month, articles taken from these
pamphlets, in the hope that you will
find them useful, and that you will
see the value of more material of
this sort to use in your work. The
Service Library represents technical
knowledge plus practical experience.
The material is the result of the
work in the field of Scouting b)
Scout Leaders. It gives you the
tools to make your leadership more
effective. With the help of these
and other publications we suggest
that you undertake to plan for the
best Scouting year and the finest
Troop that you have ever had.
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