j SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1949 COU1UBH NEWS When God said "Let there be light," He created the conditions under which life could exist on the earth. Without light, the earth would become a frozen ball, barren, desolate, and lifeless. It was a great day for the human race when man learned to draw the imprisoned sun-rays from the elements and convert them into heat and light. It marked the beginning of human progress. Step by step he has advanced from the brush fire to the marvels of electricity. With more light he has increased his knowledge, added to his safety, and improved his living standard. Religion is the light of the spiritual •world, and is essential to the growth and well-being of the soul. The Psalmist said, "The Lord is my light and my salvation," and the teachings of Jesus are the "true light" for all who will heed them. Wherever the Bible is accepted as the guide of life, darkness disappears and the light of faith shines in the hearts of men. r This scries of advertisements is being publislied cue It week in the Courier /Yea's by llic following business establishments: I'HE CRAD'OfS CO. GOOOYKAR SERV. STORE RUTHROCK DRUG NOBLE GILL" PONTIAC. INC. LlOiN Oil, CO. i ALLEN PETROLEUM CO. iMARTIN 1'RENKLE PAINT CO. DEALS PAINT STORE NU-WA LAUNDRY- CLEANERS "Gl" UIPLK.MKN'I CO. HOTEL NOHLE HOME SERVICE & STORAG1-. CO. WOODS DRl.T, CO. ft CITY SUPER MARKET MISSISSIPPI CO. LUMIU'-R BOONECLEANERS EBERDT'S GATEWAY STORK 1'EERI.ESS DRY Cl.EANKRij Ml 1)1)1.ESTON & CO. 1'IKKSTONE STORKS R. i). HUGHES x- co. FAMILY SIIOK STORE CHARLES S. LEMONS I-'UHNITURE IIClillAIil) KURNITURE CO. HUFFMAN BROS. LUM1SEOR DELTA LUMBER CO. MK AD'S E. C. ROBINSuN I.lilt CO. JIEDF.L'S STILL & YOUNG MOTOR CO PA'l O'BRYAN'I .IEWKI.KR JOHN MILES MILLER PLANTERS HARDWARE CO. BLYTHEV1I.U5 LAUNDRY Kt CLEANERS ARK-MO POWER CO. .MISSCO IMI'l.KMENl CO. DEI/I' A IMPI.EAIEN'I CO. DRKII-TJS IKWELRY CO. /.KLI.NKR'S SLIPPKR SHOP OWENS DRUG STORK III HliAKI) APP1.1ANCK CO. BKRRY'S LADIES 1'OGGEKY CHAM HI. IN SA1.ES CO.
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