The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1944 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 27, 1944
Page 3
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THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1944 Music Programs 1 o Be Sponsored By Luxora Club l.USQRA, Al-k., April 21.— The Liixora Book Club will sponsor two programs in observance of National Music Week, May 1.7. Th( . flrsl IH-oerani, will i )0 at Ilic Homo of B1AT1IKVILLK (Auk.) COURIER NEWS Scenic Highlights Connected In Mexico's Highway Program MEX1CO CITY. D. P, (UP.)— Mexico's recent leaders have developed n program of highway expansion to provide essential com O. Wilkins will give a discussion on 'Music and \vnr." Musical "umbers and songs will complete program. . Thursday nlglit, May 4, at the Uixora HJfli School gymnasium, « community singing will Ijo held be- KiWiing at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. T I, Stanford will conduct a band uiusl- cal festival on the school campus. At 8 o'clock, in (he gymnasium Noljlc Gill, Blythevillc. will conduct the cmnnumlty slinjing;. Snc- cial numbers will be given bv [be Baptist choir, the Methodist, choir and, the Higli School Glw club numbers will be Interspersed wllli community singing. Special jsnest.s of the Book Club will be the Roiiuians and Rotary Anns. These serviMy on committees for these occasion are: Mrs Grunt Collar. Airs. j. i. Mifnin. mid Mrs. Tom Callls, publicity; decorations, Mrs. 0. Everetto I'f.iton, Mrs. Hil- immlcationx for inhabitants of re- inoli! ilistricts and travel voutcs for imn-lsts willed Include the rs. Byron | most beautiful pads or the Re- /IK-/.,.CCI~.. , m[) |j c . Work on the Mexican section nf the great Inter-American highway is progressing; steadily, but every foot of the road must be dynamited from rock, and construction Is slow. Here are a few of the points of architectural and nrcheologlcal Interi'st: I'oints of Interest The Mayan ruins In Yucalnn, the Toltec ruins in Teotluiactin, the Cliolulcc ruins in Cholnla, mid Ihe Znpolec ruins In Mitla mul Monte Albiin. Mexico's natural beauty Is known the world over. There is lake Pntii- . - cuaro in •Michoacan, the volcanoes, Popocatepetl and IxaccihuaU, near ton Steplicnson, and Mrs. George Doty; committee on arrangements, Mrs. Byron O. Wilklns and Mrs. T. Ixim Stanford. the capital, mid the uroltoos of Caenluiainipla. First ninona Mexico's highways Is the Laredo-Mexico city route beginning at |) Je Mc.vlran-U. a. border and termlimtlug in the capital. This highway crosses varli'd regions, from the vast plains from the .north, past Ihe Sierra Madro r-nstm-p) range, throtiKh the sulj- troiiical vegetal ion of Vullcs and Tniim/unchnlc. and Hscoiullnt! to the high plateiui, 10.COO feet above sea level. Tropical Mlt'lio;i<>aii Tbe Mexico Clly-GuadalnJura highway passes through the pluc forests of '1'oluca anil, down to tin- historic town of Vttlncunro, which once HUS- (he iK-ndqunrtPi-s of (he patriot insurgents in the Mexican War of Independence. Then the highway travels through the tropical district of Miehoacjin. which is sprinkled with blue lakes and high mountains. Tourists visually stop-over here to watch the imllnn fishermen 30 out In their canoes on ]'al/cuaro Lake, carrying net* to citlch whitefish. The state of Jalisco, noted for i(s handsome dressed "clmrros." or unlive cowboys, and "marlaclils,'' or guitarists, Is next. Jalisco con- Inliis llu- largest lake in the ii?, (ion, Chr.ymm, The trip cntis at Ouadiilajara, Ihe "1'carl of, .the West."'which first shows Itself to the traveler by means of two eharp pointed towers belonging i o the world-fumed calhwlrnl. Postwar Role of Church Subject At Convent/on UTTLE ROCK, April 27 (UP) — The part (he church will piny In (hi 1 posl war worM will be grcnl. For the opportunities offered will Include tlie relief to suffering and the homeless; thn .supply of trained missionaries and the shaping of great power, So said the Hev. William R, Vivrett. of New Orleans when be a|)<*<.> at (lie State Convention of Christian Churclirs held In Uttle Rock lust nlBhl. He said thnt the Church Ls In a transition, chnollc world of war and racial antagonism, The women of the churches at the convention are starting n drive to place 150 additional missionaries in the fields io carry on their work. Home Demonstration Notes The Norlhsnwba Home Demonstration Club hold Us regular meet- hit; Thursday in the lounge room of the Administration HutlilliiR at the civilian War Homing with Mrs. H. A. Celtic, treasurer ' Coiniulttcc reports wore 6 find ilny mid nluht .supervisors lor, tlie Ifi'd Cross biiiidiigo rolllnu iwre "Ke- uppoliilcd. Mrs, A. D, l>rU\st \-ol- »w.'iit. iintcrrod Io nltend the council nu'etlnij I'YWny nt Yurbro. Mrs. C. I', lioyles became 11 now member of the club nt tills miTl- Mvs. Terry I'l'evost'niid Mrs. Mcl- ton lleasley served refre.'ibiuiHits, Hiitrcnl by Aiipoltilmcni CONCOKIJ, N. Jt. 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