Irwin and Ruth


Dear Campers,

    This year, more so than in any year, I am very sad to see the summer end. I can truthfully say that this has been the most enjoyable summer I have ever spent in camp. The reasons for such a successful season are many, but high on the list must be complete cooperation. Both the campers and counselors contributed fully.

    I am looking forward to reading this newspaper many times during the winter and reliving the exciting times at Ranger in 1960!

    To the entire staff, plus the directors, many thanks for making '60 the best ever.

See you in '61,


Dear Campers,   

    It really has been a good summer despite the changeable weather!

    New and old campers have joined in friendship to create a relaxed spirit of campership.

    I am happy to say that this has been fun for me, as each year it is, when I see big and little girls getting new and rich experiences of living together. There is no place like camp to develop one's talents, new skills and just getting along with others. Haven't we some more Ranger Memories to store away! Swimming in that soft summer rain, singing around a campfire, exciting preparations to sleep out. Even being rained out has its thrill of excitement. All this adds the sparkle to all other lovely days of fun.

    May the Good Lord bless and keep you well and happy. When the snow is on the ground, close your eyes and swim in our lovely Silver Lake.

    'Till we meet again.