Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 6, 1952 · Page 11
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 6, 1952
Page 11
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MMTHWKT AIKANSAS TIMES, FayctMvlllt, A,k.c««..W.dfmloy, Ftbruarr t, 1*51 Boys Today Leaders Tomorrow A Salute to the Boy Scouts of America on their 42nd Anniversary! From February 6 through February 12, the Boy Scouts will celebrate their 42nd birthday. Forty-two years that have seen the Boy Scouts grow into a worldrwide movement which edu- cates boys in practical skills and con- structive ideas. As a Boy Scout your son is dedicated to do his best to help people at all times. The Boy Scouts arc the custodians of tomorrow's world. Whether it will be one world or many small ones . . . a world of plenty or privation ... and whether it will be led in an atomic age by wise men, h u m a n e or prin- cipled, depends upon the guidance -- the education -- the ideals instilled ,, in our youth today. On their young shoulders will fall the mantle of leadership toward the universal goal - "Peace for All Time." We pay tribute to the Boy Scouts -- citixcns at work -- and pledge our continued support to the organiza- tion which has produced and will continue to produce men who arc leaders. THIS MESSAGE OF CONGRATULATIONS IS SPONSORED BY THE FOLLOWING "FRIENDS OF SCOUTING" The Bend-x-effe Jim Benfon's Bowling Lanes Boston Store 'Coleman's Shoe Store Creighton's Rainbow Drive-In Bruce Crider Fayetteville Drug First National Bank Richard Greer Hall Tire Company Holsum Bread Johnson's Paint Link Way Stores Co. Martin-Faubus Feed Store Palace Drug Store John Rhodes Appliance Co. Scotts 5 and 10 Store T. K. Taylor Gro. Mkt. Tuck's Service Co. Woolworth's

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