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MILITARY BALL AT DUDLEY. "A" Company's Enjoyable Annual "There are three motives which prompt man to endure the agonies of

MILITARY BALL AT DUDLEY. "A" Company's Enjoyable Annual "There are three motives which prompt man to endure the agonies of

conference lectures on Scouting in Norway. Palestine, n r i g .. which showed the great hold that the 'morewas held. The subject dealt with wan Jernsalem. Canada and Mist tuba. all "Training," the chief speaker being Oen. E. tiodfrcy Faussett, C. 8.. C.M.D.,
15 December 1932 - Dudley Chronicle - Dudley, Worcestershire, England
 
WINIFRED SHOTTER OWEN THE

WINIFRED SHOTTER OWEN THE

child received the names Thomas Fermor. The godparents were Mr. Charles Dymoke-Oreen. Mr. Richard Sayers, Miss Mary Godfrey- Faussett and Miss Mary Chubb. Johnston, the Tonbridge Freshman, and a relative of Mr. W. Wearing, of Tunbridge Wells, was one of the
09 December 1932 - Kent & Sussex Courier - Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England
 
'PHONE AND TYPEWRITER

'PHONE AND TYPEWRITER

The afternoon session was taken by Brigadier-General E. G. Godfrey Faussett, the H.Q. Commissioner for the Training of Officers. Colonel Wheatley attended the Rovers' Camp Fire on Saturday night and was presented with the Rovers' " Thanks Badge.' A — spec
06 May 1932 - Coventry Herald - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
THE ROVER MOOT

THE ROVER MOOT

arrangements for the hospitality and entertainment of the distinguished visitors to the Moot, including Brigadier-General Godfrey Faussett and Lieutenant-Colonel O. Walton, Headquarters Commissioners, Hr. Griffin. editor of " The Scouter." the County Commissioner
26 April 1932 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
A FULL DAY

A FULL DAY

Lunch will be at 1 p.m.. and in the afternoon, at 2.30 p.m., Brigadier- General E. G. Godfrey F'aussett, Headquarters Commissioner for the Training of Scout Officers, will be the speaker. Camp will " break " at 6 p.m.
19 April 1932 - Coventry Evening Telegraph - Coventry, Warwickshire, England
 
Camping

Camping

to Rugby. The speakers include Lieut.-Col. Walton (H.Q. Commissioner for Rovers). Brig.-Gen. God frey Faussett (H.Q. Commissioner for Training Scout Officers) and Dr. F. W. Griffin (Editor of The Scouter "). Particulars may obtained from Crew Scribes
15 April 1932 - Rugby Advertiser - Rugby, Warwickshire, England
 
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lIICIISIBLZO (276.5e.1. rtaurset. 7.101 OW deem W. Or

brirwher-General Godfrey Faussett, the I.H ( Commissioner for Training, on his •idt to Moreton, when lie said the time Lad rOme to Ptart a fourth organieatioo in the movement. He was referring to the old Scout. As is well known, scouting dies hard in the manl
05 March 1932 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
I t Stone nesetel. 1.14 1.11111 Hanattem Nl,ar UMW. 1 Mile. Se e Hollow ral selections. /AS: DarefnllAK. OAS: fer=ens MirOomettun selcettone 111.44: liaison babe nods. 15. ginternrett concert. 1114111 OrtAnstral prientken 11.36: Concert.

I t Stone nesetel. 1.14 1.11111 Hanattem Nl,ar UMW. 1 Mile. Se e Hollow ral selections. /AS: DarefnllAK. OAS: fer=ens MirOomettun selcettone 111.44: liaison babe nods. 15. ginternrett concert. 1114111 OrtAnstral prientken 11.36: Concert.

any scout succeeds in making a model which will really fly will they please not seu.i it to me, unless its motive power clockwork or something easy. Coming Events Further to my preliminary announce. ment of the visit of General Godfrey. Faussett to Moreton
06 February 1932 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
:6?1'3.£6

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Walter von Bonstctten), and of all the brass hats—the really big brass hats such as Lord Hampton, Brig.-Gen. Godfrey- Faussett, Lieut.-Col. Walton, Mr. Herbert Martin, and representatives of the Rovers of many nations—by Mr. Vernon Bartlett, chief the
21 August 1931 - Thanet Advertiser - Ramsgate, Kent, England
 
TO•NIGHT'S GREYHOUNDS

TO•NIGHT'S GREYHOUNDS

prove of tremendous advantage to the movement. By the way, the leader of the British party. Brigadier-General E. C. Godfrey , Faussett, was the first to arrive at! Kandersteg, and be spent a lonely night in his hike tent camping out on the site allotted to
08 August 1931 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England