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SATURDAY, JUNE *, 1941 BLYTHEVTLLE <ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE 1HJUBB fo A gift for the graduate! What shall it be? A pen, a watch, clothes, money? Yes, any of these gifts will bring joy to the young graduate. And so it's just a matter of choice. We make our purchase, and see that the package is delivered with our congratulations. It is natural and right that we should yield to these generous impulses. But at a time when young people begin their own careers, with their own decisions to make, we should see that they are fortified with gifts that make for character and good living. At this turning point in life, we should do all in our power to help them establish their careers upon the strong foundations of godliness, love, honesty, charity, and friendship. Let us give our graduates gifts of lasting quality. By example and advice let us teach them the merits of Christian living. Let us bring them with us to our churches, where they will find the greatest gift of all—the gift of God's love. CHURCH FOR ALL • ALL FOR IHE CHURCH A Wofc^s^s' - — • *» male-rial support. , aad read %? IMt Tliit aeries of advertisements is being published each week in the Courier Hews by the following business establislunents: DEALS PAIN! STORE NL-WA UIUNUKY. CLEANERS "«1" IKIPLEMEN1 CO. HOTEL NOBLE NICHOLS DRUGS HOME SERVICE • STORAGE CO. WOODS DRUG CO. ARKANSAS ICE) & STORAGE MISSISSIPPI CO LUMBER THE BEAUTY BAR t BOONB CLEAiNERS Cm SUPER MARKET EBERDTS GATEWAY STORE PEERLESS DRY CLEANERS HUDDLESTON ft CO. FIRESTONE STORES R. D. HUGHES & CO. FAMILY SHOE STORE CHARLES S. LEMONS- FURNITURE HUBBARD FURNITURE CO HUFFMAN BROS. LUMBER DELTA LUMBER CO. MEAD'S E. C. ROBINSON LBR, CO. JlEDEfS STILL & YOUNG MO'fOR CO PA! O'HKYANI JEWELER JOHN MILES MILLER PLANTERS HARDWARE CO BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY & CLEANERS ARK-MO POWER CO. DREIFUS THE CRAFTON CO. GUARD'S AIISSCO IMPLEMEN1 Ctt DELTA IMPLEMENT CU iELLNER'S SL1PPEB SUOf OWENS DRUG STORB HUBKARD « HOKE APPLIANCE CO. BERRY'S LADIES TOGGERY CHAMBUN SALJ& CO.