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Washington County, Illinois
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Nashville - 1924
Egyptian Scout Troop

1924 Boy Scout troop of Nashville, IL.
Photograph Furnished by Larry House
 
Most of the people are presently unidentified
Lawrence House is the one with a cap in the second row, just below "YP".
 
From 1979 "Washington County, Illinois History" (red) book published by the Washington County Historical Society.
Circa 1926
Front:
Jess Small, Melvin Hohlt, Jack Green, Gene Gewe, Sterling Lowhead, Ralph Dawdy, Gus Gree, John Padfield, Ray Brink, Oliver Gibson.
 
Back:
Vic Small, Eph. Small, Lawrence House, Floyd Habbe, George Wilson, Asst. Scoutmaster (unknown). Scoutmaster
 
Rev. Loew of First Presbyterian Church of Nashville standing by front of truck, name unknown and Rev. Loew's son standing in truck.
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Nashville - October 1952
Troop No. 26

1952 Boy Scout troop of Nashville, IL.
I. O. O. F. Hall, Nashville, Illinois
Photograph Furnished by Larry House
 
First Row :
  Jerry Gutzler
  Glenn Herman
  Ronnie Ford
  Gary Monroe
  Bill Meyer
  Bobbie Harre,
  Raymond May
  Dennis Cook
  Wally Maier
Second Row :
  Jeff Shirley
  Larry House
  Dennis Luessenheide
  Bill Schroeder
  Ross Jones
  Ray Yehling
  Charles Daugherty
  Dean Hermeling
Third Row :
  Stanley Grzegorek
  Roger Thompson
  Jimmy Dintelman
  Bill Kachuba
  Charles Mattingly
  Jerry Wiese
  Ray Frederking
  Lynwood Snyder
  Charles May
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scout emblem The Boy Scouts of America,
since its founding in 1910, seeks to train youth in responsible citizenship, character development, and self-reliance through participation in a wide range of outdoor activities, educational programs, and, at older age levels, career-oriented programs in partnership with community organizations.
 
For younger members, the Scout method is used to inculcate typical Scouting values such as honesty, good citizenship, and outdoors skills, through a variety of activities such as camping, aquatics and hiking.

 

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