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PACE TEH BLrnTEVTLLE (ARK.V COURIER KEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER1, t05( The brilliant evening star is a symbol of many things to many folk. Mariners hail it as a good omen, for it usually forecasts a clear, calm night and smooth sailing. The shepherd tending his flock's on a desolate hillside gratefully notes its appearance in the heavens, for its friendly light offers an intangible tort _ of companionship during his lonely vigil. To many, the star is representative of God's infinite power and wisdom. Just as this star touches hearts in countless different ways, so may the Church bring to those in all walks of life peace and comfort which lead to a happier, more fruitful pattern of life. Let us make the Church our guiding light. We can brighten our lives if we accept the teaching of the Scriptures as guideposts along the pathway to future endeavors. f>]'« CHURCH FOR Book na"rt, r ' T -Proy.rb,"' PriiJ.,." ' John '•'"nfcji'.IIII'.i" r Jota> series of advertisements is being published each week in the Courier News by the. following business establishments: NOHI.E GII.J I'thNTIAC. INC. IAO$ OIL (JO. Nll-VVA LAl'MtKY- Cl.KANKKS SUI'KRIOR rKKiMITE CO. "61" IMI'I.KAIKN'I CO. HOTEL NOHLE BOMB SERVICE & STORAGK CO. \VOf)!)S DHUC CO. CITY SOl'KU ^^AUKKT Mississirri co. LUMKER HOONE CJ.KANERS RHEROTS «ATKWAY STORR PKKRI.ESS DRY CJ-KANEKS E!U 1)1)1. ESTON S: CO. [''IKES'I'ON'E STORKS K. r> HUGHES & CO. FAMILY SH01J STORE CHAR1 KS S I.EflJONS KUHNITURE IUIHHAR1) FIIUNITURB CO. HtlhTMAN BROS. LUSIBSR DELTA I.UMIiEK CO. MEAD'S E. C. ROHtNSON t.RR. CO. JIEDEL'S ST11.1 & YOUNG MOTOR CO. PAT O'KHYAN'l JEWELER JOHN MILES MILLER PLANTERS HARDWARE CO BLYTIiEVH.l.E LAUNDRY & CLEANERS - ARK-MO POWER CO. TUB CRAI-'TON CO. GUARD'S M1SSCO IMPS EMEN1 CO. DREIKUS JEWEI>KV CO. ZEL1.NKR-8 3L1FPEB SHOP THE FLOWER SHOP Mn BUw Wllwo HURHKAKU A UOKK APL1ANCK IX). LYTHKYIBJ!: H.OWRR MAR1 BERRY'S LADIES rOGGERV CHAM KLIN SALES CO.'