FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1949 BLYTHEVII.LE <ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN From the dawn of human intelligence to the present, man has divided the day into measured periods. This interest . in time is a natural development, because time is the essence of human life. At first, the passing of days was marked by the sun moon, and stars. Then man invented mechanical timekeepers-the sun dial, the hour glass, the first crude clock Eventually our present highly-perfected time keeping system was evolved. Because man's life is measured in hours and days and years,, it is important that he put into each of these the greatest amount of good he can; for life passes swiftly. Religion teaches a man to lead a good life, to worship God and serve his fellow man. Go to church and make the , Bible your daily guide. It will help you make the most pf the days of your life. ^Susi? ov 'n solo M| F C '""ch. Thoy „; ,, r °a«lo,li. Su ;- JM.n. a scries of utoerttsements is heing published each Keek . in Ut6 C(> uner Kews by the following business ntabttehment,: GOODYEAR SERV. STORE ROTHROCK DRUG NOHLE GILL PONTIAC. INC. LION Oil CO. ALLEN PETROLEUM CO. DEALS PAIN'I STORE Nl'-WA LAUNDRY-. ' Cl.EAMKKS "G\" LMI'LEiMEN'I CO. HOTEL NOULE HOME SERVICE & STORACt, CO. WOODS DRUG CO. CITY SUPER MARKET MISSISSIPPI CO. LUMBER' BOONE CLEANERS EBIORDT'S GATEWAY STORK PEERLESS DRY CLEANERS HUDDLESTQ.N & ( 0 . FIRESTONE STORES K- D. HUGHES K CO. FA.MILY SHOE S'i'URE CHARLES S. LEMONS FURNITURE HUKRAFtl) FURNITURE CO. HUFFMAN UROS. LUMBER DELTA LUMBER CO. MEAD'S E. C. ROI5INSON L«a CO. JIEDEL'S STILL & YOUNG MOTOR CO PA1 O'BRYAN'I JEWELER JOHN MILES MILLER PLANTERS HARDWARE CO. Bl.YTHEVILLE LAUNDRY & CLEANERS AHK-MO POWER CO. THE CRAFTON CO. GUARD'S MISSCO IMPLEMENT CO. DELTA liMPl.EMENI CO. DREIFUS JEWELRY CO. ZELLNER'S SLIPPER SHOP OWENS DRUG STORE II U KHAKI) & HOKK APl'J.IAN'CE CO. BERRY'S LADIES TOGGERY CHAM BUN SALES CO.
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