The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 10, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 10, 1950
Page 2
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MOB TWO (AUK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, 'APRIL 19, FOR A MORE BEAUTIFUL BLYTHEVILLE-DO YOUR PART TO BEGINNING TODAY-FOR TWO FULL WEEKS Everybody takes pride in his home... now it's the time of year when every one should do his part to make the entire city a better place to live. That is why the Junior Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring "PAINT UP—CLEAN UP—FIX UP" . . . a two-weeks campaign beginning today and lasting until Saturday, April 22. As pretty as your home and yard may be, there are many things you can do to make it a little prettier, a little tidier. So get your whole family to pitch in during the next two weeks. The city sanitation officers have agreed to cooperate in the program by picking up all trash and rubbish that you bring to the alleys. A poster contest is to be sponsored for students in the fourth, fifth and sixth grades, with their posters to be displayed in down-town store windows during the next two weeks. :- *••• " : But the big job is up to you to see that this program is a success .... so let's all do our part. 5 PAA Tuesday Highlighting this "PAINT UP—CLEAN UP—FIX UP" campaign will be the paintingof the Mississippi County Health Unit in the courtyard at 5 p m. Tuesday. A battery of men from the carpenters union are going to do a "Blitz" paint job beginning at exactly 5 p. m. That's the cl imax of the pa rade which wi 11 come down Main Street Tuesday afternoon. Don't miss It! Come On! Let's Make Blylheville Proud oi Us! Watch For Specials! In the newspaper and over station KLCN watch for the special prices offered by Blytheville merchants who are cooperating in this program. That's why you'll save by doing this work now . . . during the next two weeks. THE BLYTHEVILLE JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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