Scouting, Volume 47, Number 9, November 1959 Page: 2
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November, 1959, Vol. 47, No. 9
The lei signals Hawaii's welcome to visitors. It
symbolizes our welcome to our Scout brothers in the
islands who have been devotees of Scouting, outdoor
living, and respect for the customs and convictions of
others as long or longer than mainland citizens.
Let's see now — do they eat pineapple and poi at luaus
on the beach under the palms while festooned with leis?
Photo by William J. Gunsalus
ALOHA H AWAII
4 ALOHA HAWAII
Everybody's talking about Hawaii; we thought you'd like to know the facts
about the fabulous islands whose fortunes have been cast with us
6 SCOUTING IN THE 50TH STATE
They're proud of the fine Scouting they do in the new state. We tell you
what they have done and are doing so you can share in their pride
8 PINE TREE JIM
A colorful character came out of Hawaii in Scouting's early days
9 PENDLETON'S LUCKY NUMBER-17
It was a lucky day for Scouting, too, when it came to Pendleton
lO AROUND THE WORLD IN 40 DAYS
You can see the world — in jigtime — through the eyes of the International
Jamboree Scouts who were in the Philippines last summer
12 WORTH RETELLING
You're free to quote these humorous and inspiring stories
14 SCOUTING'S ALL-AMERICAN TRIBUTE
There's still time for you and your Scouts to do their share for it
15 I960 ACHIEVEMENT
How boys ask other boys to join and earn a coveted award at the
16 SKILLS BY THE SCORE
You can see that Scouts and Explorers will be busy at the jamboree —
and busy at home, too, preparing to show off their talents
18 TOGETHER IN TUSCALOOSA
You can fail with any good plan — and then you can succeed with it if
you'll follow the timetable and avoid temptation to short-cut
20 WE LIKE COUNTRY SCOUTING
Boys lucky enough to live in the country can have their Scouting just
like the boys in the big city; it's a community enterprise
22 OREGON SKYLINE ADVENTURE
Everyone in a troop can enjoy a rugged trek if leaders prepare them for it
22 TREES GROW IN NEW YORK, TOO
It isn't easy, but they do grow, and Scouts helped them do it
Here’s what’s next.
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Boy Scouts of America. Scouting, Volume 47, Number 9, November 1959, periodical, November 1959; New Brunswick, New Jersey. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth329281/m1/4/: accessed April 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Boy Scouts of America National Scouting Museum.