MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1946, BLYTIIEV1LLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS - "The "Y" offers an opportunity for Us public-spirited citizens U> build a belter Blytheville." —MRS, MARVIN CRITTENDEN "Blytherllle needs (his program •nd thta program needs the support of every citizen to make it successful." —W. W. WATSON •This'program should be for tho benefit of nil unit Klioukl receive (he supjwrt of everyone." —JAMES TEKIIY "The future of niylhevllle depends lo it large measure on the success of the program." i-MISS MONTA HUGHES "We owe 11 to the community to tjcl behind Mils proKrmn 100 \<et cent niut help mnke It H success." —MKYER OHAHKU No finer program'haj ever bwn started In Hlythevllle—We ihould all supiiorl it," -WM. BERRYMAN "We cant afford to tot tUi wort*. whU« program JaU-L»f t «u «p. port It fufly." • ' ^ ,-JOHX O. lleHAXZY "Tills program Is * "must" for our community »nd w* e»n't let anything keep It from functioning fully." —REV. 6. B. WILFORD "The "Y" program offers to tho youth of this community wholesome recreation ami character bulKllng practice." —HEV. L. C. RAMSEY "This program gives us nn oi>- ixmiiiltly lo help build better character mid better clllwns for Hlythe- ville." —iSAL U. HARRISON "Tho Blythevlllo "Y" meets Iho need for H definite youth proiiram In inn- comiminUy and mcrlUs the fti'l .support of our citlwnry." —ALV1N HUFFMAN, Jll, "Let's waste no lime In putting this program into eilcct—th« need is great nnd sooner the program h instituted Iho better." —OEO. N. 8TILWKU, "Such a> protnun deserves the support of every citizen In this community. I endorse it wholeheartedly." —E. R. JACKSON "The "Y" program Is n must for Blythcvlllc. Tills program will promote character nnd leadership among the young i>cople and will develop our city." —J. W. ADAMS "I am glad to sec tlic "Y" program of Blytheville get off to such a good start, nnd I shall do all that I can to help make It a success." —JACK FINLEY flOHINSON "It Is a privilege to help with this worthy program for our youth." —SAM WILLIAMS "We can't afford not lo supiwrt this program to the fullest extent." —OSCAR FENDLER "Such a program will be of groat help to our athletic program in school." —BILL GODWIN "The program started by the Bly- tlicville "Y" will be of lasting benefit toward building better citizens for this community." —LOY EICH "Tills program merits the support of all of us for bctler character and more wholesome recreation for our youth." —DR. FRED R. CHILD "The program of the Blytheville "Y" is one of the most worthwhile programs sUrted and should receive the support of every citizen— a visit to the recreation hall will convince you." —CHARLES S. LEMONS "Let's all pitch in and do all wo can to see that this worthwhile program is a great success here." —LINDSEY OUNN "If we all work together we can make this program a success and of great benefit to our youth and community." —ROSS STEVENS "Let's all pet behind this great program for the betterment of our youth.' It deserves all of our"sup^ P"rt." . - -R. A. NELSON "This much needed program should be the beginning of great things for youth, and we should a'l back it wholeheartedly." —HARRY HAINES "We believe this program worthy or the support qf every civic-minded citizen of 'Blytric'vllle." ' : . -."This program should do much toward combating general delinquency ami aid in more wholesome recreation for this community." —HARRY KIRBY "Such a program of wholesome entertainment and character-building methods should be a Ionic for our entire community." —W. H. STOVALL President of Ministerial Allianpe. "Tliis program has had my unqualified support as a worthy community effort." —OSCAR ALEXANDER "This program should have iin appeal to every youth In Blytheville—and should be of untold benefits in their development." —KENDALL BERRY. "More serious thought should be given to such a program of well directed recreation and training for our youth." —LOY WELCH "I am whole-heartedly in favor of any such program that has for its purpose the advancement and up- building of Blytheville." —B. A. LYNCH The program of the Blytheville "Y" is also endorsed by other leaders of the community, but space will not permit us to print all of them. "I »m In full accord with the character building recreational program which the Blytheville "Y" is fostering In our city. It merits tho support of all of our cltl/cns." —E. C. BROWH, '"Hie work s]>ousorcd by the Uly- Ihcvllle "Y" will be fur-icaching nnd bcnetlclnl If every clllvwn lemU his or her whole-hearted support toward ittaklny it a success." —J. LOUIS CHERRY "This program will do much toward building Hlylhcvllle Into n better and more desirable pluce In which to llvo and rear our children." . . —JIMMY SANDERS "We haven good start on a worth- "The Blythevllle "Y" has'for Us while program, but wo should all purixwe tho building of belter char- KlIIHXil'L It. 11 ltd n^iilr** II nu\i-n L..IIH_ ., r.1.-,*. m,,! _ _i.i_ _. _ . _ . support It and miiko It more successful and fnr-rcnchlng In its sco|>o of reul cluu-aclur building." —W. F. McDANIEL Kctcr and a more wholesome recreation program for our youth and should be supiwrted by every citizen." —REV.'B. 8. BA1RD A Worthwhile Program Planned lor the Youth of Blytheville The BlytheviUeT OFFERS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR SERVICE AND TRAINING IN SUPERVISED RECREATION A Local Organization Operated for the Youth of This Community Blytheville Y "Thta to on« or the 'treated eon- tributtoiu to the youth of Blythe- vUte and most certainly one of the mo»t untelftch act* on the part of H« oittaeni." -RUSSKLL BARHAM • "My hat U off to the splendid pro- ' jram— may It clntlm> to grow."'' — J. P. "Blytheville has needed such a )>ro«ram for year»-I believe the entire community will support It." E. D. FERGUSON "The progress that has been made so far by the Blythe'tllle "Y* 'merits the wholehearted support of ei% . try citizen of our pit ' The Public Is Always Invited to Visit any and Winter Program The winter activities at the "Y" have been quite interesting with 832 members taking part in Plays, Crafts, Tournaments, Contests and Special Programs at the "Y" headquarters in the City Hall. Summer' Program All tyjxjs of Sports will be participated in by everyone interested, including Swimming, Softball Volleyball, Barrel Golf, Horse- anocH, Box Hockey, Tennis, Cro- ipiet, Badminton, Darts, Marbles, Ro|>o Skipping, and Checkers in addition to Arts arid Crafts. Affiliated With an International Organization for Strength and Supervision all of the "Y" Activities 1 Fall Program This will be very much like the Summer program. The activities are planned to work in. with school programs and 11 gradual conversion from outdoor back to indoor sports and playa. James P. Garrott 44 Years old. Graduate of Transylvania College; Master Degree from Southern YMCA College. Has had 17 years experience in ' Y" work. Came to BlytJieville from lake Charles, La., to act as General Secretary of the Hlylhc- Firman Bynum 29 years old. Graduate of tho University of Arkansas. Assislmit Coach of the Blytheville High School. Recreation Supervisor in the U. S. Air Forces. LcUermun in Football and Track. Serves as Assistant at the Blytheville "Y." Miss Alice Saliba 26 years old. Graduate of Louisiana State University. Served as Assistant Director of the U3O Blylhcvillo AAF. Secretary of the Blytheville "Y" for the past year. YOUR SUPPORT IS NEEDED TO MAKE THE PROGRAM A SUCCESS THE BLYTHEVILLE "Y" James P. Garrott, Gen. Secy Firman Bynum, Summer Asst. Miss Alice Saliba, Asst. s« y . Russell Barham, Chairman Zal B. Harrison, Vice Chairman Jack Thro, Recording Secretary Alvin Huffman, Jr., Treasurer PERSONNEL COMMITTEE E. C. Brown, Ross Stevens, Meyer Graber, Miss Luna Wilhelm, Miss Monta Hughes FINANCE COMMITTEE Kendall Berry,, Alvin Huffman Jr., S. B. Wilford, J. L. Gunn, Aubrey Comvay. PROGRAM COMMITTEE J. L. Gum), U. A. Nelson, J. W. Adams, Mrs. Roland Green, Mrs. Marvin CriUcn- dcn. BUILDING & GROUNDS R. A. Nelson, Oscar Alexander, Gco. Stilwell, Mrs. Roland Green, Zal B. Harrison, Jim England. "Th«Blytheviiie"Y" : candomurh toward the upbuilding of this "community— I shall support It,";' . —Q. 6. HUBBARD "Nothing Li needed more fbr'Blyv thevlllc than such a program n> the "Y" to Inaugurating." —PHILLIP J. DEER "The "Y" offers a Jar sighted'pro- gram that will benefit the .entire, community."- . . ' '"' -C. O. REDMAN 1 - i ' " - ~ ' "We are baclt of the "Y"'program 108% and shall support It with our time, money and influence.•' —^JAMES HILL', JR. '". "The "Y "'program a-i outlined for ' Blytheville certarmy-affords'a'won- dcrful opportunity fo? our youth." —PAUL PRYOR ' "Such a program Is worthy of the- ' support of every civic minted and farslghted citizen of Blythevllle." '—WADE'O. REEVES "ThU program should ' appeal to every youth in our community and ' be a wholesome Influence In molding character and a better way of living," .DELLA PURTLE". "The !Y' program,win W » g«P • ; between church' and' civic life so " greatly needed'to be filled." • —PAULiCOOLEY '« "This program is a step In the right direct Ion : toward 'training' our" : youth to live s more Wholesome and worthwhile life." . , : ' —BERNARD ALLEN ''A program 'well directed In roe-' reatlpn • and. fair \ pl«y irlll v fee combit'our Juverilie , ., •nd build character among our youth." —MARCUS EVRARD "I am thoroughly In accord with. thU program and If .there is onv- thing I can do to help It slon^' I shall be glud to do so." —B. J. ALLEN' "Such wholesome recreation Is the greatest force to combat .Juvenile delinquency." —MAX "This program merits the careful consideration of every citizen of our community." -^IM pATES "Every citizen of our community should get behind this worthy, pro- • gram to help make it the greatest possible success." ...,,.. . . —ROSCO CRAFTON "We can do a great .deal toward training our youth and, helping build • their character by supporting this program.". ' • —WILSON HENRY'' "It Is the duty-of the adults of this community Jo provide' such'* program for our youth." • —W, B. NICHOLSON "Such a program will do much toward building our community and making It a better place In which to live." _j. A. LEECH This Message Sponsored as a Public Service by... "A Citizen in Every Community We Serve"
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