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1959
Scout Week
Location Unknown
February 6-7
  1974
Century City
  Dates Unknown

 
 
Cotton with patch. Hemmed edge.
Purpose of neckerchief unknown.
  Cotton with patch. Hemmed edge.
Purpose of neckerchief unknown.


 
Commissioners

Late 1950's
Commissioner
 
  1960
Commissioners
 
Embroidered on sateen. Hemmed edge.   Silk screened on heavy cotton with patch. Hemmed edge.


Early 1970's
Commissioner



Dark green felt WW sewn on green poly blend material.
White zig-zag hemmed edge


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Westwood District Junior Leader Training (JLT)

    Late 1950's
Staff

         The earliest Junior Leader Training neckerchiefs date to
the mid 1950's. Districts used the Council's green JLT patch
sewn or stapled on to whatever plain neckerchiefs they had on hand. Typically, these neckerchiefs from the late 1950's were used for adult leaders and staff. Junior Leaders going through
the training could earn the Council JLT patch for wear on the shoulder. Typically, a red patrol patch would be sewn into the center of the JLT patch.


          The hexagon shaped JL with green bars patch seen
below was
a nationally issued piece of insignia often worn in place of a red patrol patch.





 
  Sateen material with inner ribbon border.


 
Early 1960's
Staff
  Early 1960's
Staff
 
Sateen material with hemmed edge.   Cotton material with serrated edge.


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