The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 13, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1947 TIONS OF AMERICA 130 Girl Scouts Registered With NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS On 7 heir 35th Anniversary THE \ BLYTHEVILLE GIRL SCOUT TROOP COMMITTEE MEMBERS MrsJ.R.Marr Mrs. Earl E. Lowery Mrs. Charles Brogdon Mrs, Philip Deer Mrs. H. G. Partlow Mrs. Boyce Moore Mrs, Siegberf Jisdel Mrs, Charles trigger Mrs. Roland Green Mrs. G, W. Smith Mrs. C. F. Wamble Mrs. C. H. Greer Mrs. L. E. Daugherty , Mrs. Victor Stilwell Mrs. Clifford Watkins Mrs. Toby Long Mrs. J. P. Garrett Mrs. J, L. Hamby Mrs. C. W. Garrigan Mrs. George Hamilton Mrs. 1 J. Bailey BLYTHEVILLE GIRL SCOUTS Are following- the 1945-47 plan of work, .which is "Citizenship in Action Around the World." Anyone who is .working .with and'for youth as one.does in Girl Scouting-, feels an added tingle of urgency today. Other things can .wait. Youth can.not. The citizens who will be making homes, holding jobs, and helping to run the .world are being prepared for those jobs now. They will be prepared somehow — perhaps badly prepared—whether we do anything about i.t or not. But they can be better prepared through contact with t h e practical experience and ethical code of Girl Scouting. Why not fook around among your !adult men and women friends and begin to remind them that GirljScouting has a place and a welcome for them? We are over a million strong, but still only seven out of .every one .hundred girls in the United States are Girl Scouts. In 1947 let's try to make it possible for many more girls to have this citizenship training. Blytheville Girl Scouts Are Proud of Their Record SECTION A L MEETING—Ulytheville's active Girl Scout organization was the basis for selcclion of Hlytheville as site for area meeting. .Five national workers attended from New York. AREA TRAINING SCHOOL-Girl Seoul, leaders were hostess to leaders in (his area for a three-day training course, led by four regional directors. FRIENDSHIP I5AGS—I?ags containing useful articles were sent to Girl Scouts in Holland. Girls are now receiving 'Thank you" notes from Dutch girls. U. S. 0.—Older girls helped out as junior hostesses. Brownies collected coat hangers for use there. HOSPITALS—Valentines were made, for hispitals to put on food (rays. RED CROSS—Older girls helped roll bandages. CHRISTMAS SEAL SALE—Girl Scouts folded 4,000 seals for mailing JULIETTE LOW WORLD FRIENDSHIP FUND—Blytheville Girl Scouts' contribution helped children abroad. INFANTILE PARALYSIS—Girl Scouts collected money at (heaters for this drive. HELP FOR NEEDY—Haskcls for needy at Christmas and Thanksgiving and cloihing for needy families. HOSPITALIZED SOLDIERS—Made tray favors for soldiers in hospitals.. COMMUNITY FUND—Girl Seoul leaders helped in soliciting for this drive. VOICE TRAINING—Ix>ve Troop association sponsored Girl Scout Choir at no cost to girls. LITTLE HOUSE—Girl Scouts maintain (his recreational and work center exclusively for girls' benefit. CHILD CARE—Girl Scouts helped with small children while molhcrs attended PTA meetings. BLYTHEVILLE GIRL SCOUTS Invite you to attend their celebration of Rirfh- day Week to be held at (he High School Auditorium Friday Night, March 14 at 7:30 p.m. There will be no admission. JULIETTE LOW She gave the lead. She is not dead if we but keep alive the spirit that was hers—Love, humor, courage, keenness and common sense and achievement. It was largely thanks to these qualities of Juliette Low that scouting took its root and gained widespread power for good that it holds today. The best memorial that we can raise to her is to keep her ideals alive and, in making them our own, pass them along to other girls. Girl Scout Birthday March9-16 BLYTHEVILLE GIRL SCOUT LEADERS Mrs. Leonard Johnson Brownie Troop 7 Years Old Mrs. Hugh Whirsirr Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Assr. Brownie Troop 8 Years Old Mrs. Robert Grimes . Nancy Part low, Assr. Brownie Troop 9 Years Old Mrs. Jess Horner Mrs. Sam Owens, Assr. Sudbury Troop Mrs. Chas. A. Hindman Central Troop \ Mrs. Condy Eaton June Stires, Asst, Lange Troop Mrs. Glenn Ladd Mrs. J. P. Sarrerr, Assr. Junior High Troop OFFICERS Girl Scout Love Troop Association Mrs. Glenn O. Ladd, President Mrs. Earl Buckley, Vice President Mrs. Robert Grimes, Secretary Mrs. Leon Oenning, Treasurer Mrs. H. G. Partlow, Little House Com- mittee Mrs. Tim Estes, Girl Scout Scrapbook

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