The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 8, 1968 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

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Thursday, February 8, 1968
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•-Algeria (la.) Upper DM Moines Thursday, Feb. 8, 1968 OY SCOUT WEEK FEBRUARY 7 th - Young Men Who Are Building a Good Future B»!ng helpful to olhtrt it port of a Boy Scout's eriid, training him to btthe kind of man who takes pridt in hlmielf, in hit community, and his country. L To Honor Our Boy Scouts Is Our Privilege Best Wishes, Scouts We Think You're Really Great! This Community Takes Pride in Our Own Boy Scouts... Our local Boy Scouts have amply proved the great worth of the principles of Scouting. These Scouts, and their leaders, deserve the highest praise. To our Scouts, congratulations, and best wishes for the future. Morally and Physically Brave Scouting builds moral and physical strength and courage . . . and gives a boy the will to use his abilities in aiding others. Scouts are always ready to help us. Let's all help them! Thrift... A Scout's Byword Boy Scouts practice thrift in order to prepare for their future as men. We commend this, and all the fine aims and activities of Scouting. Congratulations to our local Boy Scouts. Scout Week is observed in Algona and nationally starting February 7 by over 137,000 scouting units in every city/ town and thousands of villages in the U.S.A. Over 5,500,000 members of this free youth movement participate. Algona Boy Scouts and Leaders thank the community for the strong support given scouting through the Algona United Fund. Reverence in Everyday life The Boy Scouts' day by day example of spiritual reverence is one which we can all profit from. The high aims and achievements of the Scouts are things we all do profit from. A salute to the Boy Scouts! Learning by Helping Others A Scout's code of conduct teaches him to be helpful whenever he can. In so doing, he learns, and grows in stature as a useful citizen. We're proud of our Scoutsf BOY SCOUT WEEK February 7-13,1968. s. / Respect for others, pride in country, faith in God . . . for a Boy Scout, these beliefs grow and are strengthened/ daily Many Thanks, Scouts... for All You Do Better Boys, Better Citizens Scouting does a lot for boys . . . and through Scouting, boys do a lot to make our community a fine place to live. We thank and congratulate our Boy Scouts. The responsibilities of the Boy Scout way mould a boy's character in the direction of good citizenship, benefiting both the boy and his community. We urge everyone to support the Scouts, always. Courtesy... A Scouting Aim For a Scout, courtesy goes hand in hand with helpfulness, kindness. Thus a Boy Scout grows in character, and cherishes his role as a useful citizen. Indeed, Scouting deserves the support of all. Building for His Future... Scouting shows a boy ways to build for now, and later, too. One way, thrift, builds a boy's character now while preparing him for a better future. The following Algona businesses salute our community's Boy Scouts: PENNEYS UNIVERSAL MFG. CO, SWANSON'S IOWA ABSTRACT CO. BUSCHERBROS. SJOGREN'SGROC. HOPKIN'SSKELLY Home Federal Savings & Loan ESSER DRY CLEANERS COOK'S WELDERS HONSBRUCHDRUG DUNN'S SURE-SAVE VIKING OIL CO. OWA STATE BANK BJUSTROM FURNITURE NO. CENTRAL PUB. SERVICE HOOD'S SUPERVALU HARRISONS FAREWAY FOSTER FURNITURE PIONEER MIDWEST PRINTING MODERN DRY CLEANERS UPPER DES MOINES PUB, CO,

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