SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1951 rLYTHEVILI.E. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ; r PAGE SEVEN \ - m •* ^ s 'i\f - K^V^VlK' -J i >^iA^£'| \ ON THE RIGHT TRACK In railroad parlance "turning an engine" means a great deal more than reversing the engine and putting it on the right track. It means preparing the locomotive for its scheduled run. , "Religious education" is another term which means more than it implies, i Our Church Schools do far more than teach religious truth. They give children the opportunity to practice Christianity in worship, service, and fellowship. Consecrated leaders provide a Christian example, helping their pupils to see and feel the happiness which our faith instils. Adult classes enable parents to deepen their own spiritual lives, and thus strengthen the Christian influence of the home, i The Church is never content merely to put a child on "the right track." It seeks to mold the character of the child, to prepare him for a noble, happy, and useful life, In the many aspects of this vital work the Church needs your help and support. Book r*' , on J '- Clipter V«, 5 , ' «•« ,J 1-9 12 22-31 2 18-26 1 13.28 '» i-r ') H-ZI liiy This series of advertisements is being published each week in the Courier News by the following business establishments: NOBLE GiLL PONT1AC, INC. LION OIL CO. NU-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS SUPERIOR TERMITE CO. "61" tSIPLEMENT CO. HOTEL NOBLE HOME SERVICE & STORAGE CO. WOODS DRUG CO. MISSISSIPPI CO. LUMBER BOONE CLEANERS EBERDT'S GATEWAY STORE PEERLESS DRY CLEANERS HUDDLESTON A. 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. ROHINSON LBR CO. JIEDEL'S STILL & YOUNG MOTOR CO. PAT O'BRYANT JEWELER JOHN MILES MILLER PLANTERS ilARDWARE CO. BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY & CLEANERS ARK-MO POWER CO. THE CRAFTON CO. GUARD'S MISSCO IMPLEMENT CO. DREIFUS JEWELRY CO. ZEI.LNER'S SLIPPER SHOP THE F1.OWEH SHOP Mrs Baker wtlion MUUUAKD & I10KE APPLIANCE CO. BERRY'S LADIES TOGGERY niAMBLIN SALES CO.
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