f •!• Six HOPB STAR, HOPE/ARKANSAS Saturday, July 1, 19*1 that sustains attendance found church may i^ * # * Eula's Grocery & Market • • Mr. and Mrs. Theo Bonds Hope Floral & Nursery Co. • • Mr. and Mrs. Russell White Appliance Repair Co. • • Dean Browning Dovis Pontiac Co. • • Bill Davis Grecnlec Sheet Metal Co. • • A. C, and Troy Grccnlce Leo's Garage & Imp. Co. • • "Your Case Dealer" Perry's Truck Stop • • Perry Campbell, Owner Hope Feed Co. • • Wade Warren Stephens Grocer Co. • • Herbert Stephens — Phone PR 7-6747 Jimmie Griffin • • Hempstead County Sheriff Herndon-Cornelius Funeral Home • • R. V. Herndon - R. V. Hcrndon, Jr. Hoiey's Down Town Texaco Ser. Sta. • • 120 E. 3rd. — Pho PR 7-9986 Southwest Wood Products • • Homer Bcyerly and Frank King Main Pharmacy • • Mrs. Jim Martindale J. Ross Moore — Geo. W. Lambert Dick Turnoge • • Hempstead County Clerk Hope Basket Co. • • Walter Verhalen Midwest Dairy Products • • Geo. Walden Hope Beverage Co. • • A. L. Page YM b Ik Qrarch Ik (tooi h You — form a combination for good. Every man, ••man and child netdt the Influence of In* church. So, come Ul ut t* Ma me kovie of tht lard Ut ui support her program of nrvico lo humanity, be a faithful worker end attend »«rv- fcw regularly. ^t won ...without army, or navy, or air force. Thirteen small struggling colonies set themselves against imperial might, and they won. Led by men of character, devotion, courage and high ideals, the men of Valley Forge won our Independence, our Fourth of July. They were lovers of Liberty and of God. But our freedom did not come easy. God bless the memory of those historic patriots who laid everything on the altar for their country , . . their lands, their homes, their families, their very lives. Are we worthy to 'follow in their train?' Just what are we paying for this rich inheritance? Let us 6o on this Fourth of July, in devout gratitude. Let us help make "Christian America" truly Christian, more loyal and more Godly. c Williams Newipaper fealuret Syndi Box 231 - Fort Worth, To»« W. Shanhouse Sons, Inc. Hope Auto Company, Inc. • • "Your Friendly Ford Dealer" Tom McLarry — Frank McLarry Oruncr-lvory Handle Co. • • W. C. Bruner Duckctt Scrap Iron & Metal Co. • • William M. Ducketf Hope Novelty Co. • • C. O. Temple Tol-E-Tcx Oil Co. • • 1712E. 3rd. _ Phone PR 7-3270 Corn Belt Hatcheries • • Of Arkansas Hope Hardware Co. • • 120 S. Elm — Phone PR 7-2271 Crescent Drug Store • • Frank Douglas The Trading Post • • Lincoln - Mercury - Rambler - Comet and GMC Trucks Guntcr Retail Lumber Co. • • Hope, Arkansas Still Auto Service • • Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Still James Gaincs Used Cars • • 203 West 3rd. — Phone PR 7-4!<H» Frank Walters Garage Cox Foundry & Machine Co. • • Charlie Cox Phippin & Yocom Garage & Body Shop • • Chester Phippin & Doyle Yocom Brantlcy's Texaco Service • • "Your Gillette Tire Dealer" 3rd. & Washington — Phone PR 7-WI The Churches of This Community, Are the Only Institutions Which Have as Their Main Function, the Transforming of Human Lives They Are the Sign Boards Pointing the Way to God. Sponsors of these messages urge faithful church support. Through this series of puges the- appeal is for all men to stand up and be counted ... to combat Communism on all front... to be faithful to God. Our Ministers Are God's Servants Who Call the Signals Against the Organized Forces of Evil. They Invite You to Enlist On the Side For God to Come to Church. WAIT: * * * THE LORD SHALL RENEW HIS FAITH"
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