Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 6, 1952 · Page 17
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
February 6, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 17

Publication:
Location:
Fayetteville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, February 6, 1952
Page:
Page 17
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 17 article text (OCR)

NOKTHWHT ARKANSAS TIMES, Fo«*H«, Arkamoi.W«iMMi«r, Ftbruary ·, 19S» M Troop Members Work On Signal Project He's A Cub Scout Proper Method To Fold Old Glory Put nil of Troop 115 ilcni mMratr- lht» gene warn y.iir I'atui tocte ENT! tf d MCHT.UM-K of the I'auth nag. Boys who arc members of Troop 136 work on signaling as one ol' the tests which are necessary to pass from second elans to first class Seoul. Above, Albert "Davis, John Lussky, George Davis and Tommy SJubher, sealed, and Fred N. Slut-key, firnulmastcr. Boy Scouts Learn How To Tie Knots Above arc Hobby Sony. Jumi'K Fnrbi-:, K c u n o ' M Hnv . i ? ; ; \ i d \ ' hint, !' r i i^. Jr., and Denny Eurko Signing Up For The New Year Buy:; can HO into Scm linjr when Ilicy ;iro L'U'.lu .vt'jirs o!l. ;MII remain Cuh Sciouts u n t i l Ihcy pass Ihcir l l t h birthctn.v, \vlion ihry bcrnmc fllll-flrcl.eocl Hoy Scouts. Allnvo, Pml Klm-liry, Jr., i n . symboli/rs Ctll) Srnuling--.-"i n r l i v c j i n u n m in l!:is (iron. ll'ti-!:.-i T1MK.KKOTO) Scouts Study Nature ers of Troop 9fl ivf.cUcc tying knots. Above a'e - J i m Reese, standing, scoutmaster; Henry Kronen- Ray Calhoun, Assistant Scoutmaster Hen Swell, Dick Ahlsicdl, Sidney Miller, Martin Arpin and Kcoulp.vt.cr Jim Taylor standing in rea- of group. CONGRATUUTIONS Five years before the Scours "were founded our Music House brought America's Finest Musical Instruments to iS:ortiiwest Arkansas. ·WMBlHlMH^Hl ^singer Music House S.E. CORNER SQUARE "Since A Boy Scout earning a Merit Badge in Music learns to play a standard musical Instrument or becomes proficient in the art of singing. He must r e a d simple music and write an essay of more than 500 words on the hls- t o r y o f American Music. . In this area, the Scout can find no better in- strumcnts and materials to work to- wards t h i s badge than at Guisingcr Gii.vi-1 B;ilif[iis, standing at led, litilris snmplo of IciHT! aminiilion of three other Scouts ;is pJirl of Ihcir n:ilurp lie.s. Sciitct! arc. left to riwlil. A l l n n Lnyne, H i l l y J.iiync, McClelland. (I'uM:n TIMESKOTO). Top Honors for the ex- Runlslcrinj; or ro-rci;l:i(cr!n£ fnr the coming ypar In finy Scout Troop Ifin arc nine boyn, shown lincct stmly activi- up In hcvcrclt Schrir!. At ihc lahlc Is Affilstnnt Scnulmnstcr Jarnds Patterson. The hoys, from the and Tommy table to t h e l e f t , arc Mlrhnel Pace, Harlan Sondorgaard, Kcnnolh Coffee, Dili Hush, Bobby Miner, Don Brazwal, noliby McUrldc, Keith l=lillllps, and N l k k l Kottcr. (Puskr, TIMKSFOTO). M usic Mouse. mm WE CARRY 5 MAKES PIANOS IN STOCK Bernard M. Brodsky. 12, of Brook-1 lyn, N. Y., v/cars his Boy Srou! uniform w i t h merit nadirs and Kaglo Scnut insipnin n f t c r hccom- inR one of t h e youngest Scouts rvrr tn ho ccrtilinrl as an Eaglo SViuit. 'f'u qi..*i!ify for the ;i\varH .n Si-nut mut earn 21 merit I.irlg05. wiUi the m i n i m u m time being one yn;ir. THE BOY SCOUT MOTTO "BE PREPARED" COULD WELL BE ADOPTED AS A P O L I C Y IN THE MANNER WITH WHICH WE DEAL WITH COMMUNISM TODAY'S BOY SCOUTS ARE TOMORROW'S GUARDIANS OF PEACE Kelley FAYETTEVILLE JEumbi SPRINGDALE OFFICIAL BOY SCOUT EQUIPMENT HEADQUARTERS Wishes All Scouts a Celebrate Boy Scout Week In Full Uniform COMPLETE CUB SCOUT UNIFORM Contijlj of: Cub Cop, Ntcterthlcf and Slide, H»nv-/wciglil Shift, Long Trouieri, Web B«Il and Blue Sockt, $1067 Gifts For Cub Scouts No. 304 Cub Scout Ring $1.25 No. 1883 Cub Scout Coin Purse . . . .95 No. 1885 Cub Scout Knife 1.50 No. 1886 Cub Scout Flashlight . . 1.25 No. 826 dub "T" Shirt. . 1.00 No. 1144 Bcadcroft Kit. . 1.95 No. 3230 Wolf Cub Book No. 3231 Bear Cub Book No. 3232 Lion Cub Book No. 1898 Cub Scout Pocketlite . . ,. .45 .45 .45 .89 COMPLETE BOY SCOUT UNIFORM ConiMt oli Field Cop, Hxtir- , T, thul ond ilidi, Heavywil^hl -" Shirt, loni] Trouxn, Wtb Sell, $ 11 50 PAMHTS-I* ·» It tmi rw M'I liilnnii MMHk ktM tOTk| to IfhM HMn Hi Imky. Gifts For Boy Scouts No. 514 Boy Scout "T" Shirt $1.25 No. 1201 Canteen with Cover 2.75 No. 1200 Cook Kit 2.75 No. ^384 Chow Kit 2.00 No. 1996 Boy Scout Knife 1.75 No. 1100 First Aid K i t . . . 1.25 No. 1125 Official Hike Bag 2.75 No. 321 Boy Scout Ring. 1.25 No. 1029 Kit Korson Kit . 5.95 No. 1051 Pathfinder Compass . 2.10 Ttl Mta (It) * M*Mt IMI «f ta HU ti' Herit Badge Instruction Book 25' \

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page