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SATURDAY, TONE 8, 1950 BL'YTHKVILLE <ARK.) COURIER NliWS PAGE THREB ALMA MA! '•34; A m 4V, _* =? S'T.W JtC Two Latin words, rich in sentiment! To some they awaken memories of ivy-covered halls. But to many more they recall happy days in the old country schoolhouse. Literally, they mean fostering mother. And that's what a school becomes, a third parent, preparing her children for life. But all'of us need to realize still another "fostering" parent, The Church—the earthly tutor who reveals to men the love of the Heavenly Father. We never graduate from the Church! Sometimes we play hookey for a while. But sooner or later most of us discover that there is no substitute for the spiritual "upbringing" the Church provides. And that discovery is the most thrilling commencement in life,. for with it begins man's achievement of the highest goals in living. CHURCH jjr S.I U rd, r '. series of advert! setnenls is being published each week in the Courier News by Llie following business establishments: NOBLE GILL PONTIAC. INC. LION OIL CO. DEALS PAINT STORE NU-WA LAUNDRY- CLEANERS SUPERIOR TERMITE CO "61" IMPLEMENT CO. HOTEL NOBLE HOME SERVICE ft STORAGE CO. WOODS DRUG CO. CITY SUPKR MARKET MISSISSIPPI CO. LUMHER. BOONE CLEANERS EBERDTS GATEWAY. STORE PEERLESS DRY CLEANERS HUDDLESTON & CO. FIRESTONE STORES R. I) HUGHES & CO. FAMILY SHOE STORE CHARLES S. LEMONS FURNITURE HURBARD FURNITURE CO. HUFFMAN BROS. LUMBSR DELTA LUMBER CO. MEAD'S E. C. ROBINSON LHR. CO. JIEDEL'S STILl. & YOUNG MOTOR CO. PAT O'URYANT JEWELER JOHN MILES MILLER PLANTERS HARDWARE CO. I1I.YTIIEVILLE LAUNDRY & CLEANERS ARK-MO POWER CO. THE CRAFPON CO. GUARD'S AI1SSCO IMPI EMENT CO. DRKIFUS JEWELRY CO. ZEI.l.NER'S SLIPPER SHOP OWENS DRUG STORE IIURBBARU * HOKF APLIANCE CO. BERRY'S LADIES TOGGERY CHAAWLIN SALES CO.