The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 6, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 6, 1947
Page 3
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 19-17 1 1 I I 1 I If i I fill (o I i <*,v I i I i 1 fill I [ i KLYTHEVILLE JAUK.) COU1UKK NEWS PAGE THEWS .;" 'SSh :LIL| ii-B^ :lrirj ^ 1 x»v^^ ,VH V$»»**u v * «| M . »-v< H^Jd?**** '>; v> • s ^'«*fi, <***&, % v <6 r' v ; ? l -,^ I^fc .,%/ ft » • • •* .»j *^ ,, xi% ^>«i.A It 1! t ^> m K» ^ ;>; fc.iV ^*r*< v J), K»> J? V. fcA :^' U*|? <«>Vr - W/ Ji-f, '-rt- »>^/4 rlS&XAs-.jri * W^ "HS W&,.,Fi Thoughtful people are becoming increasingly av/are thai what is commonly called an education is not enough. Of course wo need the training that sharpens our v/ils and develops our skills. But real education must go deeper lhan that! Somehow, somewhere, we must UnU direction to Hie, so that wit and skills will be employed not only for self but lor the common good. For some fortunate persons this emphasis is made in the home. Where this takes place, under Christian guidance, there is a lasting quality to the training that lime can seldom efface. Sometimes Ihe college or university offers this valued guidance and the student, as he sits before a Christian professor, learns more than books and lessons. He catches here some o! the deeper overtones of life's true meaning. f In a special way this extremely important instruction is imparted by, Ihe Christian Church, the mother ot education. Through worship, study, fellowship, activity, we learn that noble purposes are infinitely superior to mere things, and through fellowship with God we are made strong for every test that life can throw acrainst us. ;-v,.(i -^ l/x^ '*, ft 1 .-'.(I I •I I I r*%s PI I i<«i l -*iv I m 'fVf iftl >">"*"*'»"*!>! *!'*">"+'< *."*!>;>!>!>!'»!> f: 1 I 1 i I! 1 1 1 I I 1 3T/w"s series of advertisements is being published each week in the Courier News by I be following establishments: ARKANSAS ICK & STORA(JE CO. Mississirri co. LUMHKR CO. UITTRUIJ.'S «RO. & &MKT. THE BEAUTY CLINIC UOONE CLEANERS CITY SUPER MARKET EBERDT'S GATEWAY STORE C & W CLEANERS JIMMIE EDWARDS PUIJN. DIXIE CREAM DONUT SHOP HUHBARf) HARDWARE CO. MEDLIN & LATvH ELEC'.TRIC CO. I'EERI.ESS DRY CLEANERS LIBERTY CASH GROCERY I'HE CHAKTON CO. DEALS PAINT STORE NU-WA LAUN'DRY CLEANERS "fil" IMPLEMENT CO. I. ROSENTIIAL, INC. HALLS GARAGE 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 MILLER 1C. C. ROBINSON LBR- CO. IIUDDLESTOX ct CO. FIRESTONE STORKS .MEAD'S K. 1). HUGHES & CO. FAMILY SHOE STORE CHARLES S. LEMONS. FURNITURE HUBBARD FURNITURE CO ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. HUFFMAN BROS. l.UMHER CO. DELTA LUMBER CO. BLYTIIEVILLE LAUNDRY & \ JIEDELS /ELLNER'S SLIl'PHR SHOI OWENS DRUG STORE CLEANERS ARK-MO POWER CO. GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE DUE IF US GUARD'S HART'S BAKERY MISSCO IMPLEMENT CO. DELTA IMPLEMENT CO. IIEATON'S HOME OF FLOWERS FEIN'BERG'S HUBBARD & HOKE Al^'LIANCE CO. CECIL LOWE~GRO & MKT. APPLEBAUMS LADIES TOGGERY SOUTHERN AUTO STORES CHAMBL1N SALES CO. HUGHES & CO. CONTRACTORS

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