Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 6, 1952 · Page 12
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February 6, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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.NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMIS, foyttl.vlll*, Aikimm.WvdiMtday, f.brunry ft,- 1»J1 jBoy Scouts In Nation Jo Observe Week Pebruaty 6-12 iCnd Birthday - · f By Members I New Program To ' Be Launched In Special Ceremonies -· The nation'!, 2,1)011.1)00 Cub! ·Scouts, Rny Scouti, )-'Mplorcis and! 'Jlheir adult leaders will objiervej rRny Seoul Week, February II lo .12, markins Ihc 32ml lilrlhdny o( their orsani/.atlon by irivlni! Ihe nation a unique birthday present. TJie 13oy Scout?, of America will i launch ; new three-year program' known as I- nrward.. On Liberty* U|ji,,|j,,,, ,,,,,, hcl|)t , t| u jt . Team." a pro,,,, m of action .to- wh() |,. ,, 5 well as the hZ duals .Menrd 10 help keep America j,, h . The Seoul unit, will an-! co ,,| s ,,, ,,,,, -Toward 0,' |,| bl: H/« Team" program, 'which American famillci, live, either mi is lo make (lie Boy the Scout service in the armed forces, or ns| M,, V einenl :ind , h( , muj ' reprMcnUUvM of the C;ovcrnmcnt| ph.vflenlly strong mentally awake ' They Plan Work For The Year uhM.rvcd thrnushout the United Stales, it* lerrllorlw and wherever nnd business.' a n d m o r a l l y Kinds!,!. Best Wishes Boy Scouts of America Your' anniversary marks the 42nd Year of Service to your Country and Community. As the men'of tomorrow you arc destined to win Great Sucxess in . many fields and win honor for your organisation. LAMER BROS. SHOE STORE Headquarters for the Official Boy Scout Shoe SOUTH SIDE SQUARE To AM.m.nrr final* ' " I four Ui,, B xoiio*. The unit* will Ihen review (he! '" ''"^PVC Sunday } WJ.YR in which the sponsoring in-1 H " y , St '" 1 ' 1 Suntlft * win hfl "'-....'_... ,~~ r ,._ . ..;---. . . . . . ; .jfierved frebrunry JO in thousands i of Churches with Scouls and leaders titiendin^ services in uniform. I Those nf Jewish faith will hold j their . observances in syna^o^uer iinci k'hipte!! Kridiiy evening find Saturday, r'r-hrtiary H ami !l. Ourini! Boy Seoul Week it has! :ilso become; a tradition for units: In hi 1 hnMs fn friend;) nnd parents 1 at open house merlin;;:; and slmw j Komt! nt - t h e * skill* they acquire! IhrntiKh St'oulltiK. Thi'jib hirlliday 1 i wot'U Srout parlfi.-.s provide fun, : ' wm^R, x-inio;; .iuul stimts- for the Scouts and their jj'uc.sl:;. Miiny storo windows atui Inn'lfl- imz lohhios arc loaned to Scouts i who init on "livo cxposiUoii.'i" j \vhcre tlic"*puhlic can sec hou' : Scout.s train for civil .defense or ciherfiency service. The t'on.serva- tion of the nation's resources-an important activity llit^e days-- lias long been » principal activity, of the Hoy Seoul P. Millions of trees hnvc been planted by Scouts and riiunlh'ss wild life tfame preserves an? mainlainccr on many l.loy Seoul iNunpsiies. Some of this' ninKcrviiljnn work will also \tr. im' display. Scouts will demon:;lrat(! Ihe trainJnt; In first, tiitl, fircmanship, Hrc!:fiviM^. comnumiealions, stmi- t at Ion, safety and similar sic tils that prepare for se,rvirc. They arc prepared lo help witli messenger! ycrvirc, first niil training and t o j cobperate with other orKuni/.alionsi rcsponsijjle for furnisliinj; food, I shelter and clothing during emcr- I Ijeney periods. In some coinmur lilies Scouts will hold lest mobilr/allotis to sec how (|tiietvty fhry can assemble, fully equipped, lo help in cm'cr-! Rciicies. ThroURh test "scavciiRcrj hunts" tlicy round up supplies Mini would be needed should disaster strike. lo, Huncary in 1933; Voijclcnzang, Holland in HUH; and at Moisson, France in J!M7 The .seventh' was held in 1951 at Bad Ischl, Austria. These Jamborees brought together thousands of buys from various 'lands who lived and camped together and found common fellowship in Scouting. The First National Jamboree of the Boy Scouts of America was held at Washington. D. C. in July, J.937, when 27,000 Scouts from all over the United States came lo- gellier at the invitation of the laic President Franklin D. fiooscvcll. The Scouts, organized into regional groups, camped logcthcr for 10 days on both shores of the Potomac Diver. The Second Jamboree hold at Valley Forge. J'a.. io July, 19SO. brought 47,163 Scouts and leaders together for '« week's camping lo- gclher. Nearly 400 Scouts were guests from 21 other countries President Truman opened Jamboree personally and m s ,| P " radio addres.. General Eisenh nwcr was the guest of honor and speak QI- at a large Fourth of July c c |e~ bration. The Post Office Department issued a commcmnrHijvp stamp honoruig the Boy Scouts i,f America. 1 Tbre Ja'mborce WH.S ihr. largest gathering of boys j n y^ Western Hemisphere. j When you make a snowball thp · pressure of your hands causes the i snowflakc;:, which are cry Ma Is ,,f ! ice, to melt fit a few points where I they touch. After you let KO, thf. jprc-isuir: is released and the w a t e r ' Ircf'rce/es, joining the crystals, tu- I jiethcr. When driver safety tests were offered in New York iTL-ently I 12.000 persons took t h e tests. ' L. M H. "Mae nngcrs of Fort Smith, left, Scout execulivc for the Weslark Area Council, and S Johnnie McWhorlcr, new field Scout executive for the Northwest District, arc shown looking over the program" of Boy Scout work for the Weslark district this year. McWhorter look over duties of Scout executive tins ycaj^aftcrjromtileUng training fur the work. He Is living at Springdalc. Boys From Many Countries Take Part In Jamborees Gatherings of Hoy Scouts from ; all parts of tin: world are caller! BOY SCOUTS AMERICA we congratulate you on your 42nd Anniversary Either alone or in parties, Boy Scouts always find WARD'S ICE CREAM their favorite food. For EVERYBODY, ALL THE TIME it's WARD'S ICE CREAM, so delcious and nutritious. WARD'S ICE CREAM CO. 121 North Block Phone 388 Jamborees." The first was London, England, in 1920; is was followed by World ·ccs at Copenhagen, Dcn- n 1024; Arrowe Park, Bir- kcnhead, England in 1929; Godol- "Worl held i and tl Jambo Boy Scouts Are Trained in Thrift.,, We always offer Trade here regularly and PHILLIPS GROCERY 701. N. COLLEGE PHONE 2055 On the 42nd Anniversary OF BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA We extend our congratulations for past achievements and best wishes for continued growth. Go "Forward on Liberty's Team" by backing the Boy Scouts of America and you strengthen our democracy. With 2,300,000 fellow members of the Boy Scouts of America, they are planning greater achievements for the future. Since 1910 Scouting has served the nation by serving 16,500,000 boys and their leaders. Scouting strengthens the America of tomorrow because it strengthens boys, physically, mentally and l morally today. C. A. Swanson Sons Spring ond West p|)one 2280 C. A. SWANSON SONS Feed and Hatchery Division Home of Hate's Hearty Chicks, 62 Highway , p hone ]J]7

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