^SATURDAY/SEPTEMBER 18, 1950 (ARK.) COURIER KEWS PAGE THREB The road pictured below bears the time-worn marks of many travellers. Apparently it leads to some distant village or serves perhaps as a link between more vital thoroughfares. _ But in reality this road does neither. Once, no doubt, it had-a destination, but today it fa'des away into the woods a few miles beyond—a "dead end." ( How.many lives are like this road? They have promising beginnings, but instead of continuing to worthwhile goals, they wander aimlessly to final dead ends. The Church teaches us to build useful lives and guides us toward noble achievements and ambitions. Regular attendance at church services gives greater 1 assurance that our pathway of life will not lead us astray. On the contrary, it leads straight to the house of the peaceful mind and the contented heart. CHURCH FOR ALL survive. Th. n»ith=r a. Th« lo 0 / ! ,childri ,' h ?.Church Ia;fy , World,, v maldrial , read yo Lr •oo k •*"!>»« hout o For his I For Ihi i rcgu-' This series of advertisements is being published NOBLE GILL PONTIAC. INC. LION OIL CO. NU-WA LAUNDRY- CLEANERS SUPERIOR TERMITE CO. "61" IMPLKMEN1 CO. HOTEL NOBLE HOME SERVICE * STORAGE CO. WOODS DRUG CO. CITY SUPER MARKET MISSISSIPPI CO. LUMBER BOONE CLEANERS EBERDTS GATEWAY STORE PEERLESS DRY CLEANERS HUDDLESTON * CO. ( • FIRESTONE STORES each week in the Courier R. D HUGHES & CO. FAMILY SHOE STORE CHAR1.RSS. LEMONS FURNITURE HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. I HUFFMAN BROS. LUMHSR DELTA LUMBER CO. MEAD'S E. C. ROBINSON LBR. CO. News by the following business establishments: JIEDfcL'S STII.l & YOUNG MOTOR CO. PAT 0'BRYANT JEWELER JOHN MILKS MILLER PLANTERS HARDWARE CO ULYTHKVILI,E LAUNDRY & CLEANERS ARK-MO POWER CO'. THE CRAI'TON CO. GUAKD'8- ' : AI1SSCO IMHI EMKN'I CO. DREIFUS JKWEI.KV'CO. ZELLNKRVS SLIJ'I'KK SHOP THE FLOWER SHOP Mn. Bftker Wilson HIIRKKAKU « HUKh BLYTHEVIL1. FLOWER MART BERRY^ LADIES IXKJGERY CHAM KLIN SALES Ctt.
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