The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 18, 1950 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 18, 1950
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1950 BLYTHEVUXE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS fAGETHMk CONGRATULATIONS UNITED STATES JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Member of the United States Junior Chamber of Commerce On Their 30th Anniversary —the National Joyce* Week Jan. 14-21 BLYTHEVILLE JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ABKRNATIIY, H. BAYLOR—Swift & Co. AMBROSF,, ELMER—Ozburn-Abston Co. AS11BY, FRANK—Blytheville Willys Sales. BANISTER, BILL.—Huddleston & Co. BARNES, UTHO T.—City Coach Lines. BAUGHMAN, JAMES—Farmers Bank & Trust Co. BAXTER; ROBERT C.—Contractor. I5LACKWELL, JOHNSON—Farmer. BOGAN, CHARLES HARRY JR.—Bogan Dist. Co. BOONE, WILLIAM—Boone Cleaners. BISHOP,' WALTER R.—Ark-Mo Power. BOONE, SANFORD—Boone Cleaners. BLACKARD, MARSHALLr-rBlytheviUe Airport. BOHANN1NG, WILSON—Boy Scout Executive. BR1TTAIN, VIRGIL M.—Farmer, k BURNETT, E. C.—Burnett Hudson Sales. CARTER, WILLIAM A.—American United Life Ins. Co; CHAMBLIN, JACK—Chamblin Sales. CHANDLER, EDDIE—County Agents Office. GUILDS, HERBERT J.—Mead's. COATS, JOHN—Independent Packing Co. COLE, R. E.—Phillips Motor Co. COLEMAN, I. R.—Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. COLEMAN, W. D.—Midwest Dairy Products Co. COOK, HAROLD L.—Government Cotton Classing Office CHAFFIN, A. L.—Burrough's Adding Machine Co. CRAIG, DR. CHARLES—Dentist. CROWE, LEE A. JR.—Farmers Bank & Trust Co. DEAL, JAMES R.—Deal's Paint Store. DEAL, VARN.ALr—Cobb Funeral Home. EDWARDS, JIMMIE—Jimmie Edwards Furniture Co. ELLIS, J. C. JR.—Farmer. ETCH1SON, FOY—West Cotton Co. FAUGHT, RICHARD T.—Faught's Studio. ; • FREEMAN, Joe^C.—Freeman & Henley Gro. FREDRICKSON, ART—Courier News. FRANKUM; JERRY MORRIS—First Nati. Bank. FRENCH, ARLIE—Hubbard & Son Furn. FRENCH, WILLARD—Revenue Inspector. ' GARDNER, JAMES—Attorney. i GEAN, BILLY JOE—Federal Compress & W'house Co. GREEN, GEORGE—Green's Dairy. GRIMES—EVERETT LEON—Charley's Electric Co. GUARD, DR. JAMES—Guard's Jewelry. GUERIN, W. O.—Insurance. HAINES, HARRY A.—Courier News. HALSBLL, H. L. JR.—United States Employment Service HAMMOCK, GILBERT D.—Still & Young. HARP, ROUSE—Shelton Motor Co. HARRISON, ARTHUR S—Attorney. HARRISON, OWEN—Delta Implements Inc. HAWKS, RANDALL—Red Top Gin Co. HENDERSON, BEN—Swift & Co. HENLEY, CHARLES W.—Freeman &. Henley Gro. HILL, CALVIN—Martin & Son. HOLBROOK, J. A. JR.—Barney's Friendly Shoes. HUBBARD, GEORGE JR.—Hubbard & Son Furn. Co. HUGHES, ROSS D. JR.—R. D. Hughes £ Co. HYDE, BILLY—Ark-Mo Power Co. JOHNSON, JOHN R.—Veterans Housing Quarters. JOHNSON, LEONARD -Johnson's Esso Station. JOHNSTON, ROBERT—Farmers Bank & Trust Co. JORDAN, JAMES R.—Montgomery Ward. KNEAS, LARRY—Public Accountant. LAY, CARL —Nu-Wa Laundry Cleaners. LAYSON, BRYCE—Builders Supply Co. LEE, WADE—Cotton Broker. LEV1TCII, HARRY—Dreifus Jewelry Co. LEWIS, GAYLORD—First National Bank. LEWIS, L1NWOOD—Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. L1PSCOMB, ROBERT—BHS Band Director. LLOYD, MAYFIELD—Lloyd Amusement Co. LYNCH, LOUIS—Farmers Bank & Trust Co. LUTES, CHARLES ROY—Farmer. MCDOWELL, JOHN—Woous Drug store. MARSHALL, CARL—Weis Butane Gas Co. MILLS, RICHARD T.—Courier News. MODINGER, CONNIE JR.—Modinger'g Magnolia Sta. -MOORE, CHARLES—Ark-Mo Power Co. MORTON, RAMON—Ark-Mo Power. Co. MOSLEY, RUSSELL—BHS Football Coach. NEBHUT, JAMES—Ark-Mo Power Co. NUNN, MARVIN N.—Nunn Provision Co. OLDHAM, LEONARD—Phillips Motor Co. OWEN, JACK—First National Bank PALMER, RAYMOND—Palmer's Merchandise Store PARKS, JIMMIE—Revenue Department. POSEY, L. C. jR._Reeves Cotton Co. PURTLE, ROBERT—DURO-Chrome Co. RAWLINGS, JOHN V.—General Contract Purchase Corp RICHARDSON, KENNETH—Ark-Mo Power Co. Extends an invitation to young men engaged in Industry, Commerce, Trade, Banking and the Professions in good standing in the Community to join and benefit from it's activities. The BLYTHEVILLE J UN IOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE provides an opportunity for young men to take an • . i active part in the general affairs of the community. The BLYTHEVJLLE JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE encourages good citizenship among its members and a sense of civic and national responsibility. The local club also promotes^ood fellowship and cooperation among its members. The JAYCEES are non-partisan and non-sectarian. i HELP YOURSELF TO SUCCESS...JOIN THE JUNIOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NOW Major Jaycee Activities For 49-'50 WIN HONORS AT STATE AND NATIONAL CONVENTIONS The Blythevillc Jay CMS again were leaders in the stale, whining the H. Grady Manning; Trophy for the advancement of Arkansas during the year and the Henry Glessenbfer Plaque for the outstanding club in the state. The local organization also won 5 firsts, 2 seconds and one honorable mention in other projects. The firsts were: Project of the Year (the new club house), Agriculture, Americanism, Civic Welfare Funds, and Money Mating Projects. At the national convention In. Colorado Springs, the Blylhcville ,' Jaycees won first place in agriculture. ANNUAL FOOTBALL GAME The Jaycees defeated the Chick Seniors in the second annual Jaycee Football game at Haley Field. Tills is to be an annual affair. JAYCEE MINSTRELS The Jaycee Allstar Minstrels played before a packed house and drew such favorable comment that it will probably become an annual affair. CHRISTMAS PARTY FOR UNDERPRIVILEGED The project that everyone wants to work on Is the Christmas Party. The Jaycees and Kiwanis co-sponsor this party every year for the underprivileged children of Blythcvllle. This year was one of the best. BEAUTY PAGEANT The annual Beauty Pageant was again successful. In addition to selecting Mtss Blytheville and Junior Miss Blythevllle, Mr. Jaycee President of the Future was chosen. SOYBEAN YIELD CONTEST The third annual soybean yield contest drew widespread atten- tion. It WHS very successful aud the editor of the Soybean Digest was the principal speaker t at tht> banquet. This project is getting more recognition each year and Is one of the club's biggest. BUILDING AND PLAYGROUND The Blytheville Junior Chamber of Commerce Is the only club In the entire world-wide Jaycee organlzatlorf'to build It's own clubhouse. There were times when it seemed Impossible, but the building went up and soon there will IK a playground and park on the grounds, Playground equipment has already been secured. NATIONAL COTTONPICKING CONTEST Despite heavy rains that forced postponement for one week, the 10th annual National Cotton Picking Contest was staged October 1 by the Jaycees. Rounding out a decade of Publicizing King Cotton's Capitol, this anniversary event Incorporated new features that expanded the contest to a two-day affair. Among, the additions to the 1949 contest were the "King Cotton's Caravan" nnd band contest and the display of mechanical cotton pickers. When rain delayed the actual picking contest scheduled for October J, the full program was presented and the competition postponed a week. In the meantime, another full enterta'mment program was arranged and presented on the new contest date. All in all, some 10,000 persons saw the contest events. A total of 145 cotton pickers from nine states entered, with 29 of them sharing $2,500 in cash prizes. In addition to publicizing cotton, the National Cotton Picking Contest brings nation-wide publicity to Blytheville, Mississippi County nnd the state of Arkansas. Press clippings received following the 1949 contest showed that news stories and pictures of the event were carrlct in newspapers from New York to California and from the Gulf to the Great Lakes. National JAYCEE WEEK This is the week when the Jaycees throughout th« nation "toot their own horns." Blytheville Jaycees began their week's activities Sunday morning when thoy attended Church in a body. This was followed by an informal meeting Monday night at the clubrooms with a program planned to better acquaint the membership with the aims and purposes of the Jaycee organization. The five men considered most important to the club and the "Boss of the Year" were selected by a majority vole. Key awards will be presented these five "key" men and a certificate to the "Boss of the Year" Friday night when the "Man of the Year" (most outstanding man in Blytheville) will be presented the Distinguished Service Award at a banquet climaxing the weeks activities. HITTER, RUDOLPH—GMAC. HOGEHS, JAiMES—Farmer. ROY, JAMES—Reid & Hoy Attorneys. SAUBA, EDDIE—Fred S. Saliba & Co. SANDERS, JIMM1E—Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. SHANEYFELT, VIRGIL—First National Bank SHELTON, SANFORD—Shelton Motor Co. SHOUSE—J. W.—Day Amusement Co.-. SMITH, BOB LEE—01 Implement Co. SMITH, CHARLES—Greyhound Bus Station. SMITH, ELMER R.—Courier News. SPAETH, GEORGE—First National Bank. STEVENS, COLEMAN—Still & Young. : . STAPLES, JOHN—Asst. BHS'Football Coach. STONE, BILLY EUGENE—Blytheville Motor Co. TAMKE, WILLIAM L.—W. L. Tamke Agency. TAYLOR, L. T.—Southwestern Transportation Co. ' TAYLOR, WILLIAM E.—Kirby Bros. Drugs. TAYLOR, TOM—General Contract Purchase Corp. THOMPSON, L. G. JR.—"Pete" The Plumber. TREECE, GUY—Proctor & Gamble Dist. Co. TOMLINSON, BILLY JAMES—First Natl. Bank UNDERWOOD, BILL—R. D. Hughes & Co. VRSKA, RUDY—Rich Land Products Co. VAN CLEVE, BENNY JOE—Eberdt's Gro. WARREN, ROBERT A—Warren's Refrigeration. WESTBROOK, J. L.—Family Shoe Store WARREN, JOE—Phillips Motor Co. . WHISENHUNT, KEMP E.—Deal Paint Store. WEBB, DR. JACK—Optician. WHITE, DICK—Floyd White & Sons WEBSTER, WILLIAM M.—Govt. Cotton Classing Office -WHITTLE, LAGRONNE—J. C. Ellis Farm's WYATT, WILLIAM H.—Farmer WILSON, JAMES LEON—Heuer's Shoe Store WISE, LLOYD—American United Life Insurance Co. YOUNG, BILL—Planters Cooperative. EXHAUSTED ROOSTERS APPLEBAUM, PHILLIP—Applebaum's Whiskey Store BAILEY, T. J.—Shelton Motor Co BOGAN, HARRY—Bogan Distributing Co. BOYDSTON, LONNIE—Fly Inn BRANNAN, C. V.—Duro-Chrome Corp. CAMPBELL, W. R.—Lion Oil Co. COPPEDGE, 0. W.—West Side Co-op. CRANE, MONROE—Ark-Mo Power Co. CRAWFORD, W. K.—Weil Bros. DEAN, DOC—Real Estate. GANSKE, CARL, Ark-Mo Power Co. GIPSON, F. G.—Glencoe Hotel. GRAVES, CECIL—Lion Oil Co. HARRISON, GLIN—Harrltion Imp. Co. HENDERSON, VANCE—Delta Implements Inc. HOUSER, TED—Huddleston & Co HUFFMAN, ELBERT—East End Sales Co. ISAACS, LOUIE—Real Estate JUDD, CARL—Huddleston & Co. LUNSFORD, J. D.—Luttrells Market. McCALLA, FARRIS—Cotton Broker. j MILLER, GLAIR, Clair Miller & Sons. MOXLEY, W. L.—Mox Theatre. OENNING, LEON—Kirby Bros O'STEEN, TOMMY—O'Steen Studios SMITH, MARVIN, Automobile STALCUP, CHARLEY—Charley's Electric Co STANFIELD, x Otho, Langston-McWaters SUDBURY, J. T.—Radio Station KLCN. TERRY, BANCROFT—Ark-Mo Power Co WADE, W. E.—The Flower Shop. WRIGHT, PERCY—Attorney. OFFICERS ROLAND BISHOP, president GILBERT HAMMOCK, 1st vice president BILL YOUNG, 2nd vice president ELMEK SMITH, secretary BILL BANISTER, treasurer DIRECTORS Art Frcdrfckson Marshall Blackard Sanlord Boone ' James Guard Arthur S. Harrison Jack Owen Arllc French I*. O. Thompson, Jr. Charles Moore • William H. Wyatt, past president STATE Coleman Stevens DIRECTOR Jimmie Edwards Furniture Co. Boone Cleaners Razorback Drive-In Ark-Mo Power Co. General Contract Purchase Corp,

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