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SUMMER TIME is camp time for boys
and girls in almost all of the organized
youth groups such as 4-H, FF A, Scouts,
church groups and others. And the pictures
on this page are of one of the best youth
camps in the state, The Pines, on the shore
of Fort Peck lake. The camp in session at
the time of this visit was the 4-H Builders
of eastern Montana, but this was just one of
the groups in the full summer schedule.
Facilities include mess hall, assembly
hall and administrations buildings as well
as completely modern toilet and show«
buildings. The camp is under the direction
of the Montana Extension service and a
caretaker and cook are on hand to take care
of the camp through the summer months.
Development of the youth camp has
been due largely to work by the corps of
army engineers and local civic groups. A
public campground with shelter house,
cooking facilities and toilets is near the
youth camp. The Pines camp site is located
just 30 miles from Fort Peck.
This Is Just the
of the special annual Montana-Wyo
ming beef production issue. The big
56-page section devoted entirely to
the beef cattle industry will go into
the mails Aug. 6. Watch for your copy.
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LEFT: Chow tin« for
mation at fho camp aooa
probably tbo fastest ac
tion of tbo day.
BELOW: Volloy ball
was one of the best out
door sports at the camp
as seen in picture above.
Fort Peck lake is visible
LEFT BELOW: Janice
Fenske. assistant state
4-H club leader, seen at
left at the dishwashing
detail, was camp direc
tor. Jean Gunderson,
right, was music super
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LEFT AND RIGHT BELOW: W. H. Bunning and his
wife Mary Francis, camp handicraft experts from Col
orado Springs, were on hand to conduct classes iit
leather work and silver-smithing.
LEFT: Mess hall and flagpole and Tolley ball cour|
in foreground looking away from the lake.
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