10 images. Girl Scouts Mariners at San Pedro, 26 March 1956. Patsy Wade; Helen Schaffer; Lesley Andrews; Lynda Taylor; Marjorie Healy; Maureen Healy; Lynne Higgins; Diane Dennie; Herbert Barhels; Anne Campbell; Cary Swan; Lorraine Hoppe.; Supplementary material reads: "Gershon. City desk. Daily. Illus. Girl Mariners Annual Sea training. San Pedro. Five hundred girl Mariners of the Scouts hold annual Easter week training in seamanship at Cabrillo Beach. Nos. 1/2: Long before she was eligible to become a Mariner, Patsy Wade, 15, Pacific Palisades, had set her heart upon becoming one of the girl sea-going scouts. But polio at the age of seven prevented realization. Undaunted, however, she has been studying seamanship principals and knows the book from page one to the end. She is a member of the Ship Star Dust of the Pacific Palisades where she has been made a co-swain, secretary and adviser to girls studying seamanship. In photos she is shown reading lessons to: seated, left, Helen Schaffer, 14; Lesley Andrews, 16; standing left, Lynda Taylor, 15; Marjorie and Maureen Mealy, twins, 16".; Supplementary material continues: "Nos. 3/4: Marjorie Healy, Petey Ship, Manhattan Beach. Lynne Higgins watch Diane Dennie, Hermosa Beach, demonstrate hurling life ring into sea. 5/6: Herbert Barthels, Director of Water Safety for the L.A. Chapter of the Red Cross instructs Anne Campbell, left and Cary Swan, how to handle paddles and how to properly lift canoe from water. 7: Lorraine Hoppe demonstrates how to throw life ring from pier while Marjorie Healy looks on. 8: Marjorie Healy shows how to properly coil line as life ring is brought from sea. CA5: Same as above. CA6: Marjorie Healy shows how to properly coil line as life ring is brought in from sea. 9: Marjorie Healy throws life ring as Lorraine Hoppe, left, and Maureen Healy, approve. 10: probably blank, bulb failure".