r SATURDAY, 'APRIL 9, 1950 •LTTHEVTLLB <ARK.) OU4JKIEB NEW! PAGB'THREB V VISION OF THE ' CROSS • A great stone cross rises from the nigged peak of a lofty mountain, and pious people often journey there to pray. ' As some devout 'women /"" prayed, the cross suddenly f seemed to be transfigured, and j a bleeding figure appeared ; stretched upon its stony sur-' ' i -' face. The suppliants stared in Wonder, but the drooping figure lifted its head and said softly: "I suffered much for thee." The vision vanished and the devout women went away strengthened in mind and soul. They had seen a vision of the Christ. People who suffer' for others are too often unappreciated. We do hot see them in our visions and dreams. Yet millions of lives have been redeemed or have been blessed and strengthened because somebody loved them and suffered for them. The Cross—glorified by Jesus—is the .symbol of this suffering too. For those who bear the burdens of ;. others, and suffer for their sakes, are His brethren • and partakers of His sacrifice. [ **^ * •A 1 A fti' THE '< '• « U ".t? ho f ^^'S^ 0 ",^* far £°->a Church °"noi,h 0 ^'" Ua ' Va '°" C Wm n " h ' P - SijnfJa r ;__^ Boo* T^ :: ••'.'::: r::^; CI T'£','," T| >"-jly**; •'•' •• cl"^, " J f-<" '//«s «<Tfe» of arii-ertini'incnis is being published each week in the (Courier News by the following business establishments: NOHl.E G11.1 PONTIAC. INC LION Oil. CO. DEALS PAINT STORE NU-WA LAUNDRY- C1.KAMCKS * "61" tMTLEMENT CO. HOTEL NOB1.E HOME SERVICE & STORAGE CO. WOODS DRUG CO. \ CFTY SUPER MARKET MISSISSIJ'l'l CO. LUMKKR BOONE CI.EANEFZS EBERDTS GATEWAY STOKfc PEERLESS DRY CLEANERS HimiH.ESTON & CO. F1UKSTONE STORES R. D. HUGHES * CO. FA.M1LY SHOE STORE .CHARLES S. LEMONS FURNITURE V HUBRAKI) FURNITURE CO. HUFFMAN BROS. LUMBER DELTA LUMBER. CO. MEAD'S E. C. ROBINSON LBR. CO. JIEDEL'S / STILL & YOUNG MOTOR CO PAT O'BRYAN'I JEWELER JOHN MILES MILLER PLANTERS HARDWARE CO. BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY & CLEANERS THE CRAKTON CO. GUAKU'S IMI'LEMEN'l CO. DELTA IMI'l.EMENl CO. DRKIHJS JEWELRY CO. ZELl-NER'S SLH'I'ER SHOP OWEN'S DHUG STORE UIHHAKII & HUKfc. APPLIANCE CO- BERRY'S LADIES TOGGERY (Ml AM HI IN SALES CO.
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