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FACE TWO BLTTHKVTLLW f AKK.) COURIER WEWS FRIDAY, SEPT. 28, 1952 There is a man in our community who doesn't understand the importance of religious education. He has never taken his little boy to Sunday School because he figures "it's time enough for a child to learn about religion- when he's old enough to know what it's all about!" One day his little boy, while sitting on the swing, said "Daddy, give me a push." Wouldn't you have thought he would refuse? (Time enough for a child to swing when he's old enough to know what it's all about.) But he gave him a push . . . and another . . . and many more! Which prompts us to observe that religious education has far more to do with a child's happiness and character than swinging. Those early years in the Church mold moral fibre and awaken spiritual discernment. The soul of your own child . . . at the threshhold of FAITH . . . cries "Daddy, give me a push!" ^i^^tr fe - .-^.y&jga- serit's of advertisements is being published each week in the Courier News by the following business establishments: NOBLE GILL PONT1AC, IXC. LION OIL CO. NU-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS SUPERIOR IEKMITE CO. -61" IMPLEMEN'i CO. HOTEL NOBLE ;TILL & YOUNG MOTOR co. WOODS DRUG CO. MISSISSIPPI CO. LUMBER BOONE CLEANERS F.HEHOT'S GATEWAY STOKE PEERLESS DRY CLEANERS HUDDLESTON & CO. FIRESTONE STORES R. D. HUGHES CO. FAMILY SHOE STORE CHARLES S^ LEMONS FURNITURE HUFFMAN BROS. LUMBER CO. DELTA LUMBER CO. MEAD'S E. C. ROBINSON LBR. CO. JIEDEL'S PAT O'BRYANT JEWELER JOHN MILES MILLER PLANTERS HARDWARE CO. BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY A CLEANERS ARK-MO E'OWER CO. THE CRAFTON CO. GUARD'S MISSCO IMPLEMENT CO. DREIFUS JEWELRY CO. ZEl.l.NER'S 3I.IPPKR SHOP BERRY'S LADIES TOGGERY CHAMBL1N SALES CO.