Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 6, 1952 · Page 19
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February 6, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 19

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4KMTMWIST ARKANSAS TIMK, f«y«W»villt, Arkanitn, W«dn«dny, Fubruory », -9-9 Leorning Session For Scouts Whilu Assistant Soouimastcr George Moore (foreground, hack to camera) instructs from the Stout Manual, members of Scout Troop 100 listen attentively in a regular meeting in Lcvcrclt School. Reading docku-i.se around the circle from the left are Eddie Ritchie, Billy Moore, David Carter, .'John Coffcy, Woody Whitchurch, Peter Jenkins, Ronnie Burrow. Merle Jones, Sherman Tucker, Hugh Willon, Keith Helms, ana Bob Hudfens. (Puska TIMESFOTO). First Aid Is Taught In Scouting A ....... Executive i Boy Scouts Learn How To Pitch Tent Jnhnm I... Mctt'lmiler. Jr., this urea'a new field Scout executive, is a i Mi.ssissippian, v.'hcrr htt tnatic his linint! ui Dceatur. lie served four year:* in the I n f a n t r y in the H'm'opc;ut t h e a l c r durin; \Vorlrt War I I . am! returned t- i-iiinr'no his education al Mississippi Southern Collctcc where he niajurctl in heaitli and physical education. He wn:i called I tack inli) the army to serve al A t l a n t a , Ua. lie is m a k i n g I'i.s home in Sunncdale, anil is field Scout executive of the northwest district of i the VVestark An a Council. Sea Scouts At Attention Members (if Troop 102 'Arc. shown pitch!!!;; a t e n t , mi** the axe, JtiMit- Crumplcr Is holding the side of tho lent, llovin«a is holding t h e lent flap. i [ f h r i'.- -if liny Si-nut^. Bill .Vlair hap »a is ;U the l e f t icar, nnd Daryle Explorer Scouts And Advisers To AHend Annual Expedition At Philmonl Ranch ; While Skipper Victor IU. Jones ( l e f t ) int-pccLs them, members of St'a j Scout Ship 103 of (he Church nf Christ stand at rifiid- attention. The Sea Scouts, right to lol'f, arc Kirsi Male Duane Terry, Second Male Thomas Dock cry, Apprentice Billy Hancock, Apprenlice Larry Led- betlc-r, :mcl Apprentice J o h n n y Glass. (Puska T1MESKOTO). Thirty Kxplon.-r Scouts a n d l t-rn throe Kxplorer advisers from t h e Wc;;(iuk 13»y Scnut Arc;i arc ex-1 peeled tn a t t e n d the nnmnd Kx-] j plorer expetHlion al P h i l m o n l ; Scout Hanch near Cimarron, N, M., A u g u s t 1 - A u s u K t 13. Uwi^lH Sample, Jr., c h a i r m a n nf the Westark Area aiTinmcmenls I for ihe P h i l m o n l f r i p , announces ! t h a t i enervations must be in be- I fore Kchru.'iry Ifl fr the trip. The IWc.st:irk Area i;; limited lo 30 Kx- plorcr Scouts, nail the re.scrvti- tions wi!! HP allotted on a flrst- cotnc, first-served liasiF. Cost nf Ihe trip i.s JIM) per person, including camp fee, lr«ns- p u r U i t i n n eu route and back, food, Hide trips lo placet: of interest, and other expenses. 17. F.arl Knrns\vorth, principal of Fort Smith Hifih School and advisor of Kxplorer Post (ifi there, w i l l lead- the expedition, as he has. for Ihe past six yeai-s. The expedition will leave Kort Smith July 27. Side trips w i l l Include Carls-[ bad Cuvurns, N. M., El Paso, Tex-! as. mid Old Mexico. The' uroifp MeMcn nt rui i itNifhm:: f r i u n H.fifW (o 12.00(1 frcl. \ r. ·'"· f-v.. v.-ho a l l c t u l nu-st he 14 ! nr older find mu:-.t be in the best ; 01 i-hyii'-iii condition. | Krrp np with the tlmc»-- r«»4 iht Times daily. Taking The Scout Oath Leon McClelland ( l e f t ) leads four :s iu taking the Seoul v.'ill arrive at PhllmniU AuRiist l . j l . c f l to ri«hl arc McClelland, Jerry ttiiruinii, David McCllnton, E The rniu'h i.s located in Nnrlh-1 MtiMiii, and Wcslov l l o t l . (Pu:;ka TIMESFOTOS;. Oaih ^ 'There are approximjtlcly 41,01)0 Cobra Patrol members of Trooji 115 demonstrate first nici. Pictured arc Dwight Morris, Jr., George B,. - \ persons living on the Caribbean ryman, Wesley Morris, Paul Martin, seated, Glenn S:nvdcr, Denny Tune nnd Gary Burke. I island of A n t i g u a . THAT MEANS "SCOUT" IN INTERNATIONAL MORSE CODE A SCOUT CAN LEARN THIS CODE TO COMPLETE HIS REQUIREMENT TO BE A SECOND CLASS SCOUT THAT MEANS "COCA COLA" IN INTERNATIONAL MORSE CODE YOU CAN ENJOY THIS BEVERAGE, ANYWHERE FOR A "FIRST CLASS" PAUSE THAT REFRESHES Coca-Cola Bottling Col OF FAYETTEVILLE the Scout is a "doer" The world spotlight is focused directly on our American ideal of citizenship, upon our loyalty to our proclaimed way of life. The day of the talker is past-; the time now is for the "doer." In these times example is powerful. He who would point out the way to boys must travel the same road. The Scout Citi/en, indeed the world citizen, needs the spirit of Scouting. The boy who grows up in the Oath, the Law and the spirit of Service to God and Country will be the man who is ready to give more than he demands. The youth who keeps himself physically strong, m e n t a l l y awake and morally straight is developing those q u a l i ties the f u t u r e citi/en will need if he is to uphold the democratic way of life. Cy Carney Appliance Co.. "Depend on Us for Service' i f

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