The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 8, 1966 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, February 8, 1966
Page:
Page 8
Start Free Trial
Cancel

ALGONA AUTO REPAIR JUST EAST OF HIGH SCHOOL ANNEX 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE GENE SCHATTSCHNEIDER WAYNE MEYER MODERN DRY CLEANERS CHESTER WILLEY, PROP. WE GIVE TOP GIFT STAMPS IOWA ABSTRACT & TITLE CO. JIM PETERSON ABOVE S & L STORE E. STATE 295-3188 NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. UNIVERSAL MANUFACTURING CO. COOK'S WELDER'S SUPPLY BJUSTROM FURNITURE QUALITY FURNITURE SINCE 1927 213 E. STATE A SCOUT WILL DO HIS DUTY TO HIS COUNTRY What is a Scout's duty to America? What does a boy owe the land that gives him so much? To live for America ... as willingly as thousands of patriots have been eager to die. To be a good citizen. A SCOUT HAS A DUTY TO HIMSELF "To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake and morally straight." These words describe a Scout's duty to himself to become a man of strong character and a useful citizen. A SCOUT HAS A DUTY TO OTHER PEOPLE When a Scout dedicates himself to the Scout Oath, he promises to "help other people at all times." To Scouts the daily Good Turn becomes a habit. . . and a fine service. ON THE SCOUT'S TRAIL TO CITIZENSHIP What kind of man should a Scout want to be? Like the great men from America's past and present. . . great Presidents, scientists and athletes, such as Washington Lincoln, and Thomas Edison. STARTING A SCOUT'S TRAIL TO TENDERFOOT Alflona, (let.) Upper D*t Motne* Towday, February 0, 1966 What must a boy do to become a Scout? First, he must be at least eleven. Second, he must find a Scout troop. Third, he must know the rules of Scouting and the skills of a Tenderfoot Scout. Although the great influence of Scouting on our youth has been recognized for many years, much more can still be done. This is why the 1966 Boy Scout Week theme is "Breakthrough for Youth/ 1 Its purpose is to introduce Scouting to more boys. We urge Scout alumni to help in this challenging program. CAMPING ON A SCOUT'S TRAIL TO FIRST CLASS "A boy does not really get the full value of Scout training until he is a First Class Scout," said the founder of Scouting. Then, their skills aim toward camping: making a boy self-reliant. ONCE A SCOUT ALWAYS A SCOUT! A Scout's work is never finished. You former members can aid the Scouts by offering your services. Help those who recognize that the period in a boy's life to become prepared for adulthood is shorter than ever. ADVANCING UP THE SCOUT'S TRAIL TO EAGLE Star, Life and the rank a Scout desires most — Eagle. These ranks are not gained through merit badges alone. Scout teamwork and Scout spirit are most important. A Scout must always live up to his Oath. HIKING THE SCOUT'S TRAIL TO 2nd CLASS A Second Class Scout understands teamwork. He acquires, also, the Scoutcraft skills of hiking. He finds his way through fields, cooks a meal in the open and can handle an. emergency. A SCOUT WILL DO HIS DUTY TO GOD By following the teachings in daily life, by practicing his faith and by making use of his leadership ability in religious activities, a Scout performs his duty to God . . . which is part of his Oath. ALGONA INSURANCE AGCY JIM KOLP YOUR INDEPENDENT INSURANCE AGENT THESE COMMUNITY-MINDED BUSINESS PEOPLE OF ALGONA JOIN IN SALUTING THE SCOUT'S 56TH ANNIVERSARY VIKING OIL CO. UTT ELECTRIC SERVICE STATION AND TANK WAGON ROY STOFFEL, OWNER WIRING CONNECTED OR CORRECTED HUTZELL'S FAREWAY STORE SCHOOL AND OFFICE SUPPLIES JIM UTT, OWNER 421 E. CALL 295-2223 1 103 I, STATE 295-51$3 MEL BAY, MANAGER ECONOMICAL FOOD DISTRIBUTION OPEN WEEK NIGHTS TIL 9 HOPKINS SKELLY SERVICE GAS - OIL - GREASE BEST OF SERVICE CAMPING TRAILERS FOR RENT IN SEASON FOSTER FURNITURE QUALITY ALWAYS SINCE 1916 WE GIVE GIFT HOUSE STAMPS ELK CLEANERS & TAILORS IF YOUR CLOTHES AREN'T BECOMING TO YOU . . . THEY SHOULD BE COMING TO US. WALLY HILL, OWNER BLUE & WHITE ONE-STOP CARL NELSON, OWNER STATION AND CAFE OPEN 24 HOURS - 7 DAYS A WEEK JOE DOWNEY'S ALGONA MEAT MARKET ALGONA'S ONLY FULL SERVICE MEAT MARKET 519 DIAGONAL 295-5359 SHILLINGTON BARBER SHOP 208 E. STATE IOWA STATE BANK AT THE TIME AND TEMPERATURE SIGN COAST TO COAST STORE "THE STORE WHERE YOUR DOLLAR BUYS THE MOST" ED WOLFE, OWNER

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free