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. J. On A Date A Boy Scout Is ~ Yost of Wnshlnglim, Al Hoscn of Cleveland and Gerry Prlddy if Troop Organized At Baldwin Sergeant Hughey Is Scoutmaster A new Boy Scout troop--Troop 110--was organized during 185: al Baldwin, and is setting up a f u l l program of activities. Sgt Robert W. Huehey, staff member of the University military department, Is scoutmaster, and assistant scoutmasters are Marvin Sexson and Cleon Gentry. The troop is sponsored by the Fayetteville school system .'am was organized by Virgil Blossom upcrintendcnt of Fayetteviile schools, and Dick Burke, newly elected district Scout chairman for Northwest Arkansas. Institutional representative for he troop is George ft. Lcdbetier. Troop Comrm'tlee chairman isÂ»-Ar- h u r Moore, and committee mem-i icrs are Chester Shipman, Ken- icth ates, Pink Van Boose-, and Don Hoskins, Sr. Â· j Burke stated lhat other troops "II be organized during the com- z year on a similar basis as thai Troop HO. m u n 11 y, with Olcn "Wax" Mitchell, Kayctlcvillc, working in Whortcr, new district field Scout executive, on .the project. The . , , , cMperation__with_Â£ohnny._Mc-.troop-ls to be sponsored b y - the community. Advcrtlic In the TIMES-- II Boards Of Review eld Monthly At Church Boards of review are conducted 'ery fourth Thursday in [he dsemcnl of the First Presby- rian Church here oil a .city-wide sis for Fayetteville Boy Scouts, le boards are conducted b'v ank Lewis, veteran adult ijcout 1 ader. Lewis also conducts courts of honor and other advancement proceedings in the Fayelleville program area, of which he is advancement chairman. He will conduct the Cotrt of Honor dur- inÂ» Boy Scout Week in the city. Purpose of the boards of review is to fix the experiences of Scoul- inj in the memory of the Scout, and to summarize the facts and I information w h i c h lie has ftalhorcd. The Scout reviews h i s j personal experience in a t t a i n i n g , the second class, first class, star,! life, and engle ranks. Board members who work w i f h Lewis in conducting the boards, of review arc Jerome McRoy! roproscnllnK Troop 102; M. W. Slushcr, Troop 115; Paul C. Davis } Troop 104; II. J. Mecnan, Trooi On; and Ivan Lee H i l l , ' a Scout,! who serves as clerk. Congratulations Boy Scouts of America On Ihe AiHihrtnarr of Your 42nd Year Dick Burke Heads Seoul Work In Area For 1952 4- Chairman of Boy Scout work In Northwest Arkansas for 11)52 is Dick Burke, veteran scouting leader of Fnycltevilic. Burke was elected J a n u a r y 10 lo siicuccd Dr. David U l l a r n e r of Sprinirfalo, who served as chairman d'urinc ion i. Burke Is . chairman of the Northwest District Boy Scout Executive Committee as part of his new Job,-lie is presiding officer in the Northwest District, and under his jurisdiction are Hie chairmen of the six operating committees and several advisory committees. A n y Y o u n g Man with a desire for Writing can obtain a basic- knowledge of it through the Boy Scouts under the merit badge system. Newsmen Businessmen Authors inji been inactive for some time. Sponsored h,y the WiRgins Memorial Melhodist Church in Fayetteville. the troop was rejuvenated under the direction of two University students -- Diehard B. Kirkpalrick of Magnolia as acting scoutmaster, and Arch Moore of H"3C as assistant scoutmaster. Highest Scouting Award To Viscount Alexander Ottawa -(/I')- Viscount Alexander has been made a Silver Wolf today. The Order of the Silver Wolf--highest Scouting award in the Commonwealth--was presented lo him at Government House where Viscount Alexander, as Kovernoi'-gencral, has handed oul hundreds of decorations and awards to others. White Rock Community To Hove Scout Unit Plans are under way for the or- Kanization of a new Boy Scout troop in the White Rock com- All over die world arc sold on Royal Portable Typewriters because of their Speed - Efficiency Economy! See the New Gray Magic Royal family The The The Elecfric Standard Portable A L E X A N D E R /TYPEWRITER REPAIR CO, ILOQC r-HONI 365 T R U R K K Burke heads tip Ihe work of Ihe Executive Committee, which Is composed of the six operating committees. He also coordinates j Inn work of the operating com' millecs, appoints and advises chairmen of Ihe six groups, vm- resents the district on the Wesl- Ark Area Council Executive Hoard: and work.1 w i t h the snnn- sorlnK Institution!:, communities and other groups. Hurko served as a scoutmaster In Dallas, Texas, before he cairn In Fayetlevlllo. In 11)5(1 he was assistant dlslricl senntinn cnmnrv. sloncr, serving Ihe Faypltcvillc program area, lie has hern mi- vancemenl chairman for the Kav- cttevllle program area and a member of Hie Advancement Commit- lee of Troop 102, and served during the past year as chairman of the N n r l h w r M Dislrlct Advancement Commltlee. ' Boy Scout Troop 104 Is Re-Activated Hoy Scnut Troop 101 was r*- activated In n,-cenn:cr, ,.;icr BOY SCOUT WEEK FEBRUARY 6 to 12 BROTHERHOOD CITIZENSHIP CHARACTER SELF RELIANCE These are the strength of Scouting. We need more of this strength for adults, too. Good citizenship has never been more important m American history than it is today. T Boy Scouts of America are trained in Thrift They Never Waste Anything. We also offer you an opportunity to practice thrift. Your waste iron and other materials are now of vital value to your country. You take home cash for all scr'ap items that you bring us. * You'll be both thrifty and patriotic when you deal with us. OZARK SALVAGE CO. 1 Highway 71 South Phone 2106 Boy Scouts Lead the Way There are sjill new Trails to Blaze . . . Mountains to Climb . . . Rivers to Cross. Crossing barriers of everyday problems the Boy Scours are truly pioneers of today. This organization has been building men for 42 years, making our nation and the community in which we live a better place. Lewis Bros. Co., Inc. Leaders in Hardware . . . Furniture . . . Home Appliances . . . Radios . . . Fine China ... Glassware ... "Everything for Your Home" BOY SCOUTS of AMERICA! For 42 years you have been those who received training for leadership. A WHO IS WHO of the successful men who were former Scouts would be interesting to read. Our Country Today Needs Those Traned to Be on the Alert in Every Field of Activity. MORE POWER TO YOUR PROGRAM. 200 years ago a man, Benjamin Franklin, who would have been an excellent Scout in his youth, founded Mutual Fire Insurance in America. WASHINGTON CO. P.M. FIRE INS. CO. NORTHWEST ARK. FARMERS MUTAUL TORNADO INSURANCE CO. PHONE 180 209 N. Block Fayetteville, Ark.