The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1965 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 4, 1965
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Thursday, Ftb. 4, 1965 Algeria.. (la.) Upp«r D*t Meliiet fjt -FEBRUARY 7-13 2I.IOFEB'65Form3& Scouting is always thought (j of as hiking, camping and fun. But Scouting is more than this. It is a great force in building good Americans, and developing finest character. frA SCOUT IS.-/TRUSTWORTHY Whether at work or at play our dealings with other people are based on trust. If we can't trust people, the great work of strengthening ^ the American way of life would soon come to an end. We want to be worthy of great trust. A SCOUT IS. LOYAL * HI-A SCOUT IS. * HELPFUL * Many Americans have shown their loyalty to their country by giving up their lives. But there are many everyday ways of being loyal. The success of any plan depends on the dedicated loyalty of its planners. A SCOUT IS.- A Scout is always prepared and does a Good Turn daily. The important thing about Good Turns is that they are done for the sake of helping others. A Scout not only knows what to do but does itl The moment a Scout joins a patrol and a troop he enters into a brotherhood. Boys from many nations and religions are brothers together under the Scout Oath. A Scout's friendship is a fine expression of this brotherhood. LAING PLUMBING & HEATING FAREWAY STORE UTT ELECTRIC BOB LAING MEL BAY JIM UTT METRONICS, Inc. ALGONA PLUMBING & HEATING O. B. HARMES ADOLPH OAKLAND HOPKINS SKELLY SERVICE JOHN HOPKINS 'A. SCOUT IS. rr-^ )•• * THRIFTY * Being thrifty doesn't necessarily mean saving money. Taking good care of things is also a way of being thrifty. Protecting pnd cowerv- ing our country's natural resources is a very t important way for a Scout to be.thrifty. A. SCOUT IS.— ; * BRAVE * The Honor Medal, the highest award a Scout can receive, is given when a deed required real heroism. But there are many other ways to show bravery. To do what is right, to speak the truth and to admit mistakes take bravery, too. A SCOUT IS.rr- When a Scout plays hard and works hard he can't help getting dirty. But afterwards this dirt washes off. There is another kind of dirt, in a mind, that is not easy to get rid of. Only with persistence is a Scout's clean outlook maintained. I-A SCOUT IS.- T 1 Reverence is shown when a Scout serves God * in his everyday actions and is faithful to his religious obligations. A Scout also respects others whose religions may differ. All Scouts ;.U<|<y< are committed to reverence. IOWA ABSTRACT & TITLE CO. JIM PETERSON ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY JIM KOLP IOWA STATE BANK ALGONA, IOWA SCHULTZ BROS. WES and ARMIN SCHULTZ WEIDENHOFF, Inc. ALGONA, IOWA PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. ALGONA, IOWA A SCOUT IS. - A Scout is always a gentleman. Good manners always please and attract people. But good manners, in reality consideration of others, will make a Scout a much finer man. Every day a Scout has many opportunities to show courtesy. A SCOUT IS. KIND * The virtue of kindness may be shown to the entire animal world. We all know how pets respond to care. But people as well as wildlife also respond to kindness, The more a Scout knows and grows, the more he will express kindness, F* I-A SCOUT IS.- All great leaders learned to lead by first learning to obey. A good Scout obeys his parents and his patrol leader. From this obedience the Scout learns how to accept responsibility and how to become a leader, himself. H-A SCOUT IS.-— ™"FUL * There are many people who always see the dark side of all things. Then, there are others who always seem to be happy. By learning to overcome difficulties with a smile, a Scout grows up to become a real man. UNIVERSAL MFG. CO. ALGONA, IOWA CHROME MOBILE SERVICE BUD ANDERSON SECURITY STATE BANK ALGONA, IOWA BJUSTROM FURNITURE ALGONA, IOWA NO. CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE ALGONA, IOWA FOSTER FURNITURE WES BARTLETT MESSAGE IN BEHALF OF THE BOY SCOUTS OF THIS AREA PRESENTED BY THE ABOVE CIVIC-MINDED FIRMS

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