The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 3, 1948 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 3, 1948
Page 3
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••ATURDAY, MARCH 27,194S BIATHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER, NEW! FAG1 I i I y« < i I 1 I I I I i I 'Jf. | I 1 I There are times when young people in our schools and colleges find it difficult to concentrate on their studies. Their minds wander from the textbook as* they sit with pencil poised and notebook handy. They seem to be living in another world, remote from their surroundings. Everyone has such mental aberrations at times, when they live in dream-worlds and build air castles. Sometimes these dreams are an inspiration for achievement. Sometimes they merely serve to distract us from the task at hand. Young people should avoid the type of thinking which leads nowhere, or which tends to turn their minds from the main purposes and objectives of life. The scope of one's thoughts should always embrace truth, ahonesty, duty, religion and clean and wholesome living. A firm faith in God and right can turn even our momentary distractions into constructive channels and make our day-dreams fruitful of good'res'ults. This is one of the chief objectives of the Church—to teach people to think right as a basis for right living. •^"^"^•^•9'y^4r£££>;%££££X C*lX!*VjK!*lX!*«*«*«*"*'l!*!j*'"*'!"*" < THE CHURCH FOR ALL rn. * h F ° n ™ CHUR CH !r Js a storehouse o/ ini,u, 1 900C * C i1i*»nship. strong Church, neiihcr rf"m *"' Without a can survive, There ato . mocrac Y nor civiJJzalion and S "PP°" Ihc C U h, lr rt" 0 Th e ra VriC °M, re ? U ' ally ""ke'ol h J3 <2c)0FOr WS ch " d ""'»''ale. (3, For ,h« and malnrinl supporl ' pin "i nof!< ' 5 ^i« moral '"fly and road your Bibl« d | H ° '° ch " rcl1 '"a"' Mcnrliy Adi 7M.J5 Tucirf,, ...'.'.'.' *"• ':«•»» ThoriS./' '"' A «< « Friday ...|' ' Acti ]Q [ yrtll J_ ' Park Avo., H. y" 22*11 Y So<: '»ly, Dopl U. 1 8 I I 1 ;}, '•« «crie« of advertisement* i* being published each week in the Courier News by the following business establishment: ARKANSAS ICE & STORAGE CO. MISSISSIPPI CO. LUMBKR CO. .UTl'RELL'S GRO. & &MKT. 1'HE BKAUT1 CLINIC BOONE CLEANERS CITY SUPEK MARKET EBERDl'S GATEWAY STORE DOWDY-AYCOCK CO. SWIFT AND CO- PEERLESS DRY CLEANERS CO TWO STATES I'ROWUCK CO. HUDDLESTON & CO. I'HE CRAFTON CO. DEALS PAINT STORK NU-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS "61" IMPLEMENT CO. HOTEL NOBLE HOLT FUNERAL HOME HOME SERVICE & STORAGE CO. WOODS DRUG CO. STILL & YOUNG MOTOR CO. LION OIL CO. PAT O'BRYANT, JEWELER RUSSELL PHILLIPS TRACTOR CO. JOHN MILES* MILLEK E. C. ROBINSON, LBR- CO. FIRESTONE STOKES MEAD'S K. 1). HUGHES & CO. FAMILY SHOE STORE CHARLES S. LEMONS, FURNITURE IIUBBARI) FURNITURE CO HUFFMAN BROS. LUMBER DELTA LUMBER CO. \ RUSTIC INN PLANTERS HARDWARE CO. BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY * CLEANERS ARK-MO POWER CO. GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE DREIFUS GUARD'S HART'S BAKERY MiSSCO IMPLEMENT CO. DELTA IMPLEMENT CO. H EATON'S HOME OF FLOWERS J1EDELS ZELLNER'S SLIPPER SHO1 OWENS DRUG STORE HUBBARD & HOKE APPLIANCE CO. i PAUL BYRUM 1MPLEMEN1 APPLEBAUMS LADIES TOGGERY SOUTHERN AUTO STORES CHAMBLIN SALES CO. HUGHES * CO. CONTRACTORS ^£Sf&^&^$2s ! s : &^&^&£!&&&&!i:£

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