The Girl Scouts at Camp Comalong, Or, Peg of Tamarack Hills (Google eBook)

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Cupples & Leon, 1921 - Girl Scouts - 210 pages
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Page 211 - The story of a timid little maid who is afraid to take part in other girls' activities, while working nobly alone for high ideals. How she was discovered by the Bellaire Troop and came into her own as "Maid Mary" makes a fascinating story. 3. THE GIRL SCOUTS AT SEA CREST or The Wig Wag Rescue Luna Land, a little island by the sea, is wrapt in a mysterious seclusion, and Kitty Scuttle, a grotesque figure, succeeds in keeping all others at bay until the Girl Scouts come. 4. THE GIRL SCOUTS AT CAMP...
Page 212 - In this volume Betty goes to the National Capitol to find her uncle and has several unusual adventures. 3. BETTY GORDON IN THE LAND OF OIL or The Farm That Was Worth a Fortune From Washington the scene is shifted to the great oil fields of our country. A splendid picture of the oil field operations of today. 4. BETTY...
Page 211 - Price per volume, 65 cent*, postpaid The highest ideals of girlhood as advocated by the foremost organizations of America form the background for these stories and while •unobtrusive there is a message in every volume. 1. THE GIRL SCOUT PIONEERS or Winning the First BC A story of the True Tred Troop in a Pennsylvania town. Two runaway girls, who want to see the city, are reclaimed through troop influence. The story is correct in scout detail. 2. THE GIRL SCOUTS AT BELLAIRE or Maid Mary's Awakening...
Page 212 - Price per volume, 65 cent*, postpaid! A series of stories by Alice B. Emerson which are bound to make this writer more popular than ever with her host of girl readers. 1. BETTY GORDON AT BRAMBLE FARM or The Mystery of a Nobody At the age of twelve Betty is left an orphan.
Page 211 - The highest ideals of girlhood as advocated by the foremost organizations of America form the background for these stories and while unobtrusive there is a message in every volume. 1. THE GIRL SCOUT PIONEERS or Winning the First BC A story of the True Tred Troop in a Pennsylvania town. Two runaway girls, who want to see the city, are reclaimed through troop influence. The story is correct in scout detail. 2. THE GIRL SCOUTS AT BELLAIRE or Maid Mary's Awakening The story of a timid little maid who...
Page 211 - ... story.' 3. THE GIRL SCOUTS AT SEA CREST or The Wig Wag Rescue Luna Land, a little island by the sea, is wrapt in a mysterious seclusion, and Kitty Scuttle, a grotesque figure, succeeds in keeping all others at bay until the Girl Scouts come. 4. THE GIRL SCOUTS AT CAMP COMALONG or Peg of Tamarack Hills The girls of Bobolink Troop spend their summer on the shores of Lake Hocomo. Their discovery of Peg, the mysterious rider, and the clearing up of her remarkable adventures afford a vigorous plot....
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