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•ATURDAY, JULY 28, Ittt BLYl'HEVILLE <ARK.) COURIER NEWB I'* ''A '• ^v • 3*', THE jJOHNSONS OP Just a typical American family, living in a typical American town: Mr. Johnson had to climb the ladder of success the hard way—but he kept on climbing, Mrs. Johnson smiled her way to happiness — smiling through weariness, smiling even through tears. Marian's life seemed to blossom overnight from dolls to dates, and with the blossoming came a beauty that is more than skin deep. And little "Chip," for all of the mischief in his merry eyes, shows promise of the same honest courage that folks admire in "the old block." A certain church—one of the churches for which their town was named—has been mighty dear to the hearts of the Johnsons all these years. Their loyalty, their energy, their unselfish generosity have helped to make it "a fine church." And that church, through the God-given truth it is teaching, has helped make the Johnsons "fine people." ^ilglfss^ 5iS-^=£5S- This series of advertisements is being published each week in the Courier News by the following business establishments: GUARD'S A1ISSCO liMPUEMbNl CO. DKALS PALN'J S'I'OKE NU-WA cAUMJK*- CLEANKKS "61" IMPLEMENT CO. HOTEI NOW.K DREIFUS JEWELRY CO. NICHOLS DRUGS HOME SERVICE A SlOKAGt CO. WOODS DRt'G CO. ARKANSAS 1CK & STORAGt R, D. HUGHES & CO. FAMILY SHOE STORE MISSISSIPPI CO LUMBER BOOiXE CLEAMERS CITY SUi'ER MARKET E»ERU'1"S GATEWAY STORE PEERLESS DRY CLEANERS HliUULESTON & CO. FIRESTONE STORES CHARLES S. LEMONS- . FURNITURE HUHIiARD FURNITURE CO HUFFMAN HROS. LUMIiEH DELTA LUMI5ER CO. MEAD'S E. C. ROBINSON LBR. CO. JIEDEI.'S STILL & YOUNG MOTOR CO I'A'l O'BHYAN'l- JEWELER JOHN MILES M!L*LER PLANTERS HARDWARE CO liLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY & CLEANERS ARK-MO POWER CO. DREIFUS THE CRAFTON CO. DELTA UMPLEMKM'l CO. iELLNER'S SLU'PER SHOP OWENS DRUG STORE 1IUBHARU * HOKE APPLIANCE CO. BERRY'S LADLES TOGGERY CHAMKL11M SALES CO.