The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 2, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 2, 1950
Page 2
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1950 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREg <,*' !;x i'\ •\ \ > \ «•* . . V v \ i , \\\ i / I i ft * - -;''$' i,. /' fr , -* / fc ° 'f / i"» ,>•»>•»• ... • >' v ^-* \ •#*> Industry spares no pains or expense when it comes to protecting the bodies of factory workers. Spark-proof helmets, sturdy shoes, non-slip floors, easy exits—the list of precautionary devices is long. They call it "Safety Engineering." Is it too much to say that the Church too is engaged in a type of safety engineering? Through-the religious faith on which it is founded the Church knows that the souls of people need protection even more than do their eyes and limbs. The Church believes that human hearts yearn for a comforting arm just as human frames require safe-guarding. It believes,, that physical safety is not enough; that to bring peace of mind is a more important mission than to insure absence of bodily risk. As long as lives are saved from the bligHt of godlessness, the institution contributing to such saving is entitled to all the encouragement and support you can give it. THE CHURCH FOR ALL LL F ° R THE * 9 ,° cd <=«i«nahip. ' Va '" es ' , W »»«>"' a ' ° r c ' v ' '* a storehouse ol 5 "t'ong CI,u K {,. neither can survive. Tho , 0 ar ™n ,"rllC° h "' c °'' e Th d0 ra;i:°i?if2 "' ' °< his commini,^,"''' 5 ,"''<>• «) For tho < °< Ihe Chur.l, ,,'!,, and . na "°n- (4) For Iho •••- ^-^iiJijiunily •o ol the Church lt so ' material SL PPO ,| pj c X and read your Bibl, ,._ Book h ° r ' e 11 ne °d* his more,! Konjjy 17-10 Siiuti,, ••"P*t«r * P««ln,t series o/ advertisements is being published each week in the Courier News by the following business establishments: NOIJI.E GU.I PONTIAC. INC. LION OIL CO. NU-WA LAI'NORY- CLKANKRS SUPKRIOR I'KRMITE CO. "61" IMPLBMKN1 CO. HOTEL NOH1.E HOMK SKKVU'E & STORAGE CO. WOODS DRUG CO. CITY SUPKR MARKET MISS1SSU'!'! CO. LUS!}5ER BOONE Cl.EANKRS EBERDTS GATEWAY STORE PEERLESS DRY CLEANERS HUD!)LESION & CO. FIRESTONE STORES R. D HUGHES & CO. FAMILY SHOE STORE CHARLES S. LEMONS FURNITURE HURKARD FURNITURE CO. HUFFMAN BROS. 1,1)MUSK DELTA LUMBER CO. MEAD'S E..C. ROBINSON LBR. CO- JlliDI'.L'S STIL1 & YOUNG MOTOR CO. PAT O'HHYANT JEWELEK JOHN MILKS .MILLER PLANTKKS HARDWARB CO ni.YTHEVII.I.E LAUN'DUY K CLEANERS AUK MO POWER CO. THE CRAFTON CO. GUARD'S MISSCO IMP1 EMENT CO. DHEIPUS JEWELRY CO. ZELl.iNKR'S SLIPPER SHOP THE FI.OWHR SHOP Mn. BaUr Wilson HlMiHHAKU & UUKK API.IANCE CO. UIA'THEVILI.' FLOWER MART HEKRY'S I.ADIBS rXMJG CHAM KLIN SALES CO.

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