Man Reunited With First Wife Who Thought Him Dead

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Man Reunited With First Wife Who Thought Him Dead - MAN'S LONG SEARCH FOR SPOUSE ENDS-AFTER BOTH...
MAN'S LONG SEARCH FOR SPOUSE ENDS-AFTER BOTH HAVE REWED NEWPORT NEWS, Va. CB-The soldier was telling of his rodeo experiences when a startled expression came over his face and he blurted out: 'It can't be true it's my first wife." A fcause, then: '.'My God, baby, I've searched all over the country for you." And that's how a slim attractive proofreader and the husband she ha'' believed dead five years were reunited Friday night in the news room of the Newport News Daily old Monday was born and Tinkle suffered a serious leg and ankle injury in a rodeo accident. Tinkle left his wife then a trick rider in Roanoke and went to Camden with the show. "A few days after he left, I re ceived a wire from Camden saying he had been killed in a bad rodeo accident," Mrs. Ferguson said, "He had been injured so badly so many times. . . .1 accepted it with out question." . . She remarried an Air Force ser geant stationed at Langley Air Force Base in 1951. They Tinkle remarried last year and was drafted in November. His sec ond wife is with him at Ft. Eustis. Mrs. Ferguson lives with her hus band at nearby Warwick. The two couples spent the even ing together reminiscing and com paring notes of the last five years. Said Mrs. Ferguson: "It's wonderful to see Tex again but we've both grown up and we've both taken up different ways of life. We wouldn't be happy going back together again. We're just so

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  1. The San Bernardino County Sun,
  2. 11 Jul 1954, Sun,
  3. Page 2

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