The Hongkong Telegraph.
Thursday, June 28, 1928.
SCOUTS' WHIST DRIVE.
IN AID OF MURRAY TROOP FUNDS.
A very pleasant evening was spent at Scandal Point Hall yesterday on the occasion of a Whist Drive in aid of the funds of the 4th Hongkong (Murray) Troop of Boy Scouts.
This is the Third Drive organised by the troop and each one has proved a success. Not as much from a financial point of view perhaps, but, a satisfactory evening's entertainment was assured and everybody enjoyed the play immensely. Moreover, the parents of the boys were brought into closer contact at the actual troop headquarters. In view of this, it has been decided to hold the Whist Drive fortnightly, every alternate Tuesday for the summer months, at least, later, it may be possible to organize dance or some more strenuous form of enjoyment. The lucky persons to carry off the prizes last night were:
Mrs. Kennard. - Ladies First - Case of silver forks and spoons.
Miss Crossan. - Ladies Second -Table cover.
Mrs. Stock. - Ladies Third - Six Handkerchiefs.
Mrs. Crossan. - Ladies Traveling Card - Tea Cloth.
Mr. P.Groves. - Gents First - Pen and Pencil.
Mr. D.Fritz. - Gents Second - Wallet.
Mr. C.Fenner. - Gents Traveling Card - Razor Strop.