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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13 J 950 r^ TWlodi) anatlte ">1S ^ ?|f[t Once there was a proud father, who had a little girl. And he loved his little girl a great deal. As he trudged home from work one day he thought of all the things he would like to give her —things that would make her very hap'py." '•''<' • But he wasn't a rich father. Until payday all he could afford was a lolly-pop. As she licked her lolly-pop she smiled at him—and he smiled, too. She was very happy. And he . was glad he had given her a lolly-pop! , The next Sunday he took his little girl to Sunday School . . . and he and Mother began attending Church. Years later, when his little girl had become a "lady",- she smiled at him one day—and he smiled, too. She was very happy. And he was glad he had given her more than lolly-pops! He had given her the finest gift of all—faith in God's love. CHUHCH FOR s™ 9 Church, neither «n surviv(J . There a . read Sunday Monday'.' i. Fridi, Hoolc [i I PAGE THREE This series of advertisements is being published each week in the Courier News by the following business establishments: NOBI.E Gil.I PONT1AC. INC. LION OIL CO. NU-\VA LAUNDRY- CLKANERS SUPERIOR I'ERMITE CO. "01" IMl'LEMEN'l CO. HOTEL NOHl.B HOME SERVICE & STORAGE CO. WOODS DRUG CO. CITY SUPER MARKET MISSISSIPPI CO. LUMBER BOONB CLEANERS EHERDT'S GATEWAY STORE PEERLESS DRY CLEANERS HUDDLESTON & CO. FIRESTONE STORES R. I) HUGHES & CO. FAMILY SHOE STORE CHAR] ESS LEMONS -FURNITURE HUBRARD FURNITURE CO. HUFFMAN BROS. LUMHSR DELTA LUMBER CO. MEAD'S E. C. ROBINSON I.BR. CO. J IK DLL'S STIL1 & YOUNG MOTOR CO. PA'I O'BRYANT JEWELER JOHN MILES MILLER PLANTERS HARDWARE CO W.YT1IEVII.LE LAUNDRY * CLEANERS ARK MO POWER CO. THE CRAFTON CO. GUARD'S MISSCO IMP) EMKN'I CO. DREiFUS JEWELRY CO. ZELLNER'S 3LIPPKH SHOP THE FLOWER SHOP Mrs. BaKcr \vuson HURRKARIJ &• 110Kb, API.IANCK CO. BLYTHEVII.I FLOWER MAR'l KERRY'S LADIES rOGUKRV CHAMKLIN SALES CO.