TUESDAY, JANUARY Zt), 1948 BI/miEVlU,R (ARK.) COURlEn NEWS PAGE FfVB CONGRATULATIONS UNITED STATES JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Member of the United States Junior Chamber of Commerce THE Notional Jaycee Week Jan. 20th to Jan. 27th. BLYTHEVILLE JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Members of Blytheville Junior Chamber of Commerce ALEXANDER, .K)K, Life Insurance AMBROSE, ELMER, Life Insurance ANDERSON, HAROLD, Dr.. Pepper Mottling Co. ANDERSON, MARK, Blylheville Curb Mkl. BARNES, UTHO, Ulytheville Coach Lines BAUGHMAN, JAMES, Farmers Bank and Trust Co. BISHOP, .JACK, Bishop's Gro. BISHOP, HOLAND, Ark-Mo Power Co. BLACKARD, MARSHALL, Martin and Boydslon Men's Store BOLIN'i WILLIAM, Singer Sewing Machine Co. BOONE, SAN FORD, Boone Cleaners BOONE, WILLIAM, Boone Cleaners BREWER, CECIL A., Norris Printing HURNETTE, JOHN. Hlylheville Motor Co. CALDWELL, CLINT, I'aul By rum Imp. CALLIHAN, FRED, Callihan Radio Service CAMP, HARRY, Langslon-Wroten Co. CAMPBELL, W. R., Lion Oil Co. CARAWAY. T. H., Ark-Mo Power Co. CAUDLE, FRANK. Fil/.patrick Jewelry COLE. R. E., Phillips Motor Co. COOKE, M. C., C. & W. Clean.:.? CRAIG, C. L.. Dr., Dentist CHAIN, MONROK, Ark-Mo Power Co. CROWE, LEE A., Jr., Farmers Bank and Trust Co. CULLISON, ROBERT, Cullison Studio CUNNINGHAM, ROY, Shelton Motor Co. DAVIS, HARREL, Chamblin Sales Co DAVIS, HENRY, Anderson Clayton & Co. DAVIS, WALTER, Blylheville High Instructor DAY, DONALD, Life Insurance DAY', JASON, Day Amusemtnt Co. DEAL, JAMES, Deal's Paint Slore DOBSON, BEN, Gen. Motors Acceptance Corp. EDWARDS, .TIMMIE, Jimmie Edwards Furniture ESTES, TIM, Western Aufo Asso. Store ETCHIESON, J. F., B. G. West Cotton Co. EVRARIX JOE. Accountant FAUCETT, JOE, M., Cotton Belt Railroad FOSTER, JACK, B. B. Goodman Cotton Co. FRAZIER, HAROLD, Langslon-Wroten Co. FREDRICKSON, A. A., Courier N«jvs FREEMAN, JOE C., Freeman and Henley Gro. FREIMAN, STUART, Ren Franklin Store FRENCH, ARLIE, Hubbard Furniture Co. GANSKE, CARL, Ark-Mo Power Co. GUERIN, W. O., Farmers Bank and'Trusl Co. GILBERT, ALBERT, Southwestern Transportation. GODWIN, WILLLViM. Professional Football GRAHAM, BERNARD, U. S. Employment Office GRAVES. CECIL, Lion Oil Co. GREER, GREEN, National Cotton Council GUARD, JAMES C..l)r,0ptometrist HALSELL, H. L.. U. S. Employment Service HAI.SKLL, MELVIN. Nabors Gro. HAMMOCK, GILBERT, Jr., Lee Motor Co. HARP, ROUSE, Hlylheville iMotor Co. HARRISON, A. S., Attorney HARRISON, GLLN. Harrison Imp. HAZELBAKER, OSCAR, Asst. County Agent HENDERSON, BEN. Swift & Co. Oil" Mill HENDERSON. VANCE, Delia Im,,. i nc . HENLEY, CHAS. W., Freeman & Hcnlcv tiro HENRY, JACK, R. I). HUGHES CO. ' HOLDER. WORTH, Sec'y C. of C. HUBBARD, GEORGE, Hubhard Furniture Co HUGHES, LYNN, Hushes Const ruction Co. .IAEGKR, REV. ROB'T., Minister JOHNS, SAM, Johns Liquor Store JOHNSON, E. M., Block and Concrete Work.- JOHNSON, GLENN, Hubbard Furniture Store JOHNSON, JOHN R.. Veterans Housing Qls JOHNSON, LEONARD. Stale Line Esso Sin. JOHNSON.ROBERT, Farmers Bank & Trust Co. JONES, ERWIN. Deputy Sheriff KIMBRO. HUNTER, Veterans Administrator Extends an invitation to young men engaged in Industry, Com- ' merce, Trade, Banking and the Professions' in good standing in the Community to join and benefit from its activities. The BLYTHEVILLE JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE provides an opportunity for young men to take an active part in the genera! affairs of the community. The BLYTHEVILLE JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE encourages good citizenship among its members and a sense of civic and national responsibility. The local club also promotes good fellowship and co-operation among its members. The JAYCEES are non-partisan and non-sectarian. HELP YOURSELF TO SUCCESS . . .JOIN THE JUNIOR CHAMBER/NOW List of J.C. Activities For 1947-1948 .MVCEE BUILDING AMI PLAYGROUND PROJECT During Ihe year lots were purchased on Second Street /or tlir. con- Ktruction or Junior Chamber of Commerce Club House and the building of a playground for the children of Blytheville. At the present nearly $6,000 has been raised by various activities and planj are underway for actual construction to start In the near luUnf,- BEAUTY PAGEANT In true "Hollywood" style, judges at Ihe Jaycee-sixmsored event selected "Miss Blytheville" from a large group of entries, before a crowd of over 2,000. At the same event, for the first HUM, « "Junior Mis-s Blytheville" was chosen, JAYCEE WKEK With plenty of ".shouting from the house tops" Blytheville was lolil of the projects, aims and Ideals of the Jaycces. In » gala ".l»ycc« Week" celebration. NATIONAL COTTON PICKING CONTEST This well-planned, efliclently executed project awarded $1.000.00 to the person who picked the most, clean cotton in two hours. Total prizes were over $2.500.00. In addition to the thousands who viewed the contest, thousands of movie-goers saw pictures of the contest BS taken by newsrcel companies. Press association stories were printed In the leading newspapers of the nation. National Jaycer President John Ben Shepperd was principal speaker at the afternoon program. SOYBEAN CONTEST The Agriculture Committee Inaugurated R soybean plot contest (or Mississippi County with worthwhile pri7.es given the winners »t a special banquet In December. The editor of the Soybean Digest was gue.st speaker and was high in his praise of the local club for its activity in this county's second cash crop. COTTON EXHIBIT A Jayccc committee prepared the ouLitanding and largest exhibit, at the Northeast Arkansas Fair portraying Ihe uses of cotton, taking up the various phases in the processing of the seed and also presenting the many developments in the use of the lint. RECRUITING SERVICE Army Recruiting Service could not find office space. Jaycces offered theirs. Result: letter o! commendation and certificate of merit and some good publicity. HOMK TOWN MOVIES Screened at lui:nl theaters, fcnturtiiK Jaycee activities, meeting o( Hie club aiul board of directors meeting. INFANTILE PARALYSIS DRIVE Assisted in a successful rnmpal^n to solicit funds in Hit huht against Infnntlle paralysis in the city ol Hlytlievlllc. CANCER DRIVE ' Conducted and RpcarlicHdcd the cancer drive In B]ythe\ r lll«, tbt nuola Tor this community liclng exceeded. CHRISTMAS I'ARTY FOR l!NI>KKPIl!VILK<iKI> CKII.DKEN In cooperation with the Klwnnis Club the Jaycees niiiiin Milled their annual Chrlstums party for Ilic underprivileged children of the city nt the club room. Repaired mid new toys along with hnil.s unil nuts were distributed lo nhmil MO children. HOST TO STATE CONVENTION For the second lime In six years Ulyllirvlllr wn.s Imst al the Klalc Convention. Opinion expressed by the Ijnye number Irom over the stale nltcnding wa.s unanimous that It was by far the best convention ever conducted in Ihe slate. JAYCETTKS ORGANIZED Wives of Jaycces formulated Ilirli' nri^ini/aticm during Ihl.s period and successfully conducted ninny nf the drives for vrulous [uutts formerly led by Jaycces and grcntry assisted In nearly nil Jayccc- promoterl projects. "I SPEAK FOR DEMOCRACY" CONTEST Jaycecs conducted a public .speaking contest in Ihe local hlgti schnnl in cooperation with Ihe. IJSJCC on the subject. "I Kiieuk for Democracy," Recording of the local winner was enlrrcd in tile htatc contest. DONKEY BASEBALL Local Jaycees competed wilh Ihr O.sceola club In two donkey baseball panics wiih the protlls KOJIIK to the new building [und. FIRST HONORS AT CONVENTION OF ARKANSAS JAVCEIOS At the state convention, Hlytlicvlllc J;<ycr.es wmi three of Ihe four big trophies presented, copping the Glesenblcr Award for Ihe best club hi me state. Ihe H. Grady Manning Award for the advancement of Arkansas during the yc;ir, and lie C. K. Piiliner Distinguished fServicc Award, by Otho stmifleld. In addition, the local Jaycees won five other first places and were second in three project*. J)y virtue of these Awards, the IJlythevllln Junior Chamber ol Commerce was far ahead of all other clubs in the state for activities In 1917. Attention Executives: May \VR stiggcsl you check i.W cligiWr young men in your employ who you feel would benefit through their connection with other voting business men in the JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. By encouraging them to become members you wilt also be helping to sponsor the work of a nation-wide organization— THE UNIAKD STATES JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, We will gladly discuss membership of j-oui- younger men at your request. Attention Blytheville: THE UN1TKU STATES JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE is R nation-wide organization represented in Approximately 1000 cities. \V> will offer any assistance required by any community desiring to form a JUNIOU CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. Or- ganisation should lie slfyicd soon in ouler tliat the groundwork will be. completed lo receive tbe young men returning from the Services. For Further Information of Membership, Please Write JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, BOX 707, Blytheville Members of Blytheville Junior Chamber of Commerce KNEAS. LARRY. Public Accountant I,A\VSON, DOUOLAS, I'liillips Trnctur Co. UINSFOIU). J. I)., .1. D.'s Meat Shop McDOWELI,, JOHN. Cotton Buyer MctJARRITY, LEON, HarCs Bakery MARSHALL. CARL, Wcis Butane "Gas MAYNARI). WOODROW, City Cleaners SIII.KY, 11HYAN, MIl.l.IOH, CI.AIK, MODINCKK, CONNIE. MndinRtr Tire Co. iMOOKB, CHAS.. Ark-Mo Power Co. iMORCAN, WHI'i'NKY, lilytbevillt Steam l.nnndrv NKBHDT. JAiMKS, Ark-Mo Power Co. OKNNIN(;, I.KON, Kirl.y Urns. Drug OI.DHAiM. I.KONAItl), Phillips Motor Co. OSIiOKNK, \V. I., Jr., Soul hem Col (on Oil Co. OWKN, JACK, Firsl National Bank I'AltKS, JIMiMIK, Parks Cleaners I'A'ITON, H. W.. CoMon tlnyera POSF.Y, I,. ('., Jr.. Cotton l»".ver KAW1.INCS, JOHN, On. Contract I'urchaM KICIIAUDS. N. F., <;tilf Service Statl o » KOI5INSON, I). K.. Miss. County A. C. A. HOY, JAMES, Attorney S A LIB A, KDDIK, Colonial Kef. Chem. C«. SANOKHS. JIM All K, Pepsi-Coin Bottling Co. SCHWAHT/, O1.IVKK. Frisco l,in*« SHKI.TON, SANKOKI), Shellon Motor Co. SMITH, ISOH J,KB. Tbe "lil" Imp. Co. SMITH, K. K., Courier Newn SMITH, HAKOI.l), Int. Revenue'Seryic* SMITH. MARVIN I.., IWiac Dealer STKADMAN, KRK1), Planters Flying Servic* STKVKNS. COI.EMAN, Still & Younfr Motor • STKVKNSON, JIMMIE, NOIH.K G1M, INS. A(;KNCY TAiMKIO, \\ 11,1,1 AM. Hdw. Mutual Insurance TKHKY, K. M.. Terry Abstract & Realty Co. THOMPSON, I,. (;. Jr., "Pele"the Plumber THOMPSON, VliKNON, Willys Knijjht Agency TINKKR, THOMAS,.City Klecdic TRKKCK, (UJY, I,if« Insurance VICST. .1AMKS, Hat Cleam-r & Blocker WADIONPHUL, KARI,, lilythevitle High In- •Iruclor \VF,BH, CI.ARKNCE, Jimmie Edwards Fura. WEBB, Ml 1-TON, Dr.. Optometrist WHST. A. R. Jr., (;rapcl!e Co. WISKNHIINT, KEMP, Deal's Paint Slor* WHITE, BKN MAC, lien White & Sons WHITE. JOHNNY, Ben While & Sons WHITTLE. I.AUKONNK, Whittle & CiiMwell WIIITUS, NEWT, l''Hrniers Bank & Trust Co. WH.I.IAA1S. EARL, Hart's Bakery WILSON, WILLIAM, First National Ins. Agency WYATT, WILLIAM, Farmer YATES. MIKE, Southwestern Kell YOI)N(;, BILL. Planters Coop. YOliNd, JAMES, Hughes & Co. Officers JIMMlK EDWARDS, Presidcnf SANFORI) SHELTON, Vice-President LARRY KNBAS, Secretary JACK OWEN. 'Ireasurer Directors HK. .1. C. UUARD TIM ESTES SANFORI) HOONK (JI.IN HARRISON I.ACRONNK WHI'ITLE ROLAND BISHOP JAMKS ROY ERWIN JONKS BILL YOUNG Stole Director MARSHALL HLACKAR1) Blytheville Water Co. Loy Eich Chevrolet Co. Ark-Mo Power Co. The Noble Gill Agency Swift & Co.
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