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SATURDAY, AUGUST 1C, 1932 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUHIER NEWS PAGE THREE ii Boys and girls like the two in this picture are the raw materials from which good citizens are made. They hold the keys o£ tomorrow and are the hope of America and the world. As they grow older, they will acquire knowledge and receive training designed to fit them for the duties and responsibilities of life. They will realize that they have an important stg^e in government and in human society as a whole. But they must be trained—and must train themselves—to meet these responsibilities as they develop. They must be taught that obedience to law and respect for the rights of others is essential to the common good. There Is no better training in the elements of good citizenship than is embodied in the teachings of the Church and uit great i principles of the Bible. They are the touchstone of good citizen-! ship and the spiritual basis of our inherited faith. o // "e „, !' < S > Fo ' Urc ' 1 - Th *""*>» r * V V fe ZViis series of advertisements is being published each week in the-Courier News by the following business establishments: NOBLE GILL PONTIAC, INC. LIOiN OIL CO. NTJ-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS SUPERIOR TERMITE CO. '61" IMPLEMENT CO. HOTEL NOBLE >TILI. 4' VOUNG MOTOR CO. R'OODS DRVG CO. MISSISSIPPI CO. LUMBER BOONE CLEANERS EBERDT'S GATEWAY STORE PEERLESS DRY CLEANERS HUDDLESTON ft CO. FIRESTONE STORES R. D. HUGHES CO. FAMILY. SHOE STORE CHARLES S. L! 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 POWER CO. THE CUAFTON CO. GUARDT MISSCO IMPLEMENT CO. , DREIFUS JEWELRY CO. ZEI.LNER'S SLIPPER SHOP BERRY'S LADIES TOGGERY CHAMBL1N SALES CO.