FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1951 PLYTHEVTLI.E. fARK.V COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE It is a great day in the life of a child, and one of solemn^ reflection for his parents, when he toddles away from home for his first day in school. The beginning of school days marks the end of an epoch and the beginning of another in. the course of a modern child's life. From the sheltered precincts of the home he steps out for the first time "on his own." • From this time on, he begins to shape his own conduct and make his own way in the world—timidly at first perhaps, but gradually with greater confidence—like the fledgling in the early days of flight. Religious instruction should by all means go hand in hand with the teachings of the secular schools, so that the child's spiritual life may expand with his intellectual growth. For education without God is empty. Wise parents bring their children up in the Church, so that all their secular training may rest upon a foundation of eternal truth. *« "U, is a c( n ". "" "-" a rac(er - Mt -«wr on e^n-ft, f?^^'-^3?^? 5sK35Sfe^S?Sr «~»^g-«5i i SJ ;; S«»..h, x: ^-. «> ^ ( ;* n v ^"«r? u ' ari ^4'ssn^^^fi ::--^^:tHs of advertisements is being published each week in the Courier Hews by the following business establishments: NOBLE GILL PONT1AC, INC. LION OIL CO. NU-VVA LAUNDRY CLEANERS • "61" IMPLEMENT CO. HOTEL NOBLE HOME SERVICE & STORAGE CO. WOODS DRUG CO. MISSISSIPPI CO. LUMBER BOONE CLEANERS EBERDT'S GATEWAY STORE PEERLESS DRY CLEANERS HUDDLESTON & CO. FIRESTONE STORES R. D. HUGHES CO. FAMILY SHOE STORE CHARLES S. LEMONS FURNITURE HUFFMAN BROS. LUMBER CO. DELTA LUMBER CO. MEAD'S E. C. ROBINSON LBR. CO. JIEDEL'S STILL & YOUNG MOTOR CO. PAT O'BRYANT JEWELER JOHN MILES MILLER PLANTERS HARDWARE CO. BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY & CLEANERS ARK-MO POWER CO. THE CRAFTON CO.. GUARD'S MISSCO IMPLEMENT CO. I DREIFUS JEWELRY CO. ZELLNER'S SLIPPER SHOP THE FLOWER SHOP Mr« Baker Wilson HUBBARD i HOKE APPLIANCE CO. BERRY'S LADIES TOGGERY CHAMBLIN SALES CO.
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