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Enjoy 14 Scouting cartoons from 1967

1967 was a very good year for Scouting, with the BSA hosting the world at the World Scout Jamboree in Idaho.

It was also a good year for Scouting cartoons, as evidenced below. Check out 14 of my favorites from the pages of Scouting magazine from that year.

I found all of these in the Scouting magazine online archives, available for anyone to check out here.


Want more Scouting cartoons?

See 33 from 1964 to 1966

Check out 20 more from 1960 to 1963

Or see some that didn’t first print in Scouting magazine

5 Comments on Enjoy 14 Scouting cartoons from 1967

  1. Richard Stone // August 14, 2014 at 9:28 am // Reply

    Current then — current now. What a hoot!

  2. i find these cartoons more entertaining than the current ones in boy’s life.
    we need a modern day Norman Rockwell or “cartoonist” for Scouting. maybe some Scouting memes.

  3. The last one reminds me of the “gobblin topplers” http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/news/57695025-78/taylor-state-hall-goblin.html.csp

  4. Gary Miller // August 15, 2014 at 9:38 am // Reply

    I like the one with the tree in the center grass strip of the drive way, many not understand it as you don’t see it anymore. My grandmother had a drive way like that two cement paths where the wheels of the car traveled on and a strip of grass down the middle.

  5. I love it, want to us the Eagle one at Eagle COH for the boys.

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