Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 9, 1941 · Page 5
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Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas · Page 5

Hope, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 9, 1941
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Th e World s '•"',.•i^/: : K";.?:';: : :::"« • •~':^'" rK -^'t?wm^m^K __ ^ "****™*^^W*H$*! - •* ;~ ~ - ^/.'fc-:' V" '*?'>'$ News as Told in Pict ure ;THE RUSSIAN PEOPLE MUST REALIZE THE ERROR OF THEIR WAYS Barnyard Beauty Glamorized for Stock Show ' (^ ''"« Ss t Helen McDonough uses a mirror to beautify a blue ribbon heifer owned by Louis Goecke of State Center, la., for the 42nd International Livestock Exnositioh in nhimpn. Great Cathedral Opened Long Journey to Help Father This jcnagnjflcent view shows the interior of the Cathedral of St. .J.phn. tlie Divine in New York. Two-thia'ds completed now, it wilA be the largest Gothic cathedral in the ynrJ4. After her release from a Nazi concentration camp, Ilse Engel. above, journeyed from France £ Pif ^}>ur*h, Po.-. ^ ^tify for gainst her molher'" Dad 8idinst h b ^ D ^ d ng to caption from Berlin with this dramklic piclure • ' ' ' '••':'. Mikgdo's Brother Marries Make That a Capital X HI. H. Pi-inc.e Mikasa, youngest brother of Japan's emoeror bnde are pictured in traditional pose, and cqstume before This towering array of aluminum and herkplite is the world's most powerful X-ray machine. The l,400,000,vclt General Double Feature Shorthorns Long on Honors Well polished seareWJ|h r t Rector makes good crazy-house cpmio S^ ^^ ? *¥ feattu ' es of a C9de ^ at a B « ncers' faming e^ter. He ajid fellow cadet ti-ain months fc>.p{ "• /x. •£ ' !> J. *JX . 5 H$S! This study in nonchalance veals George Sylvesler-Vieiv, admitted Nazi propagandistl Washington for arraignrriehlf federal charge of violating registration act.' \, VI LeapingLemH -<! New York cafe socialitqs^wl' ; said Lenore Lemmon was" fit ?i be tied when exiled from^Sto* Club recently were surpris, %vhen she was tied to Jacoti% "Jakje" Webb, VonderbiH sci* in a'surpuse elopement/^ Litvinov Red- Envoy to U'| > ^* * >fcj apparatus is now in service for the Bureau"of Standkrti wShlSF mf ton, D. C. Men standing beside machine give an idea of its rise. »^ \->," *->< &o *"* **A Maxim Litvinov, friend offfift democracies who was replaled,., as Russian loreign comm|§& after Red-Nazi friendship McO comes bjck to prominenci^as • new Soviet ambassador tqMev "—'- J Stales, **'' Witless Wondiiri W"' Mrs. Payl Teagarden, Asheville, O., shows wi^h Cornet ., her polled shorthorn bull vvbicli won senior grand championship honors at Chicago's International Livestock Exposition, and CoUyine ch.amj?ion shorthorn, Latter is qwne^ fey Rus§eJJ| Blomstrom of Waverly, Neb. Here's Uncle Sam's Aviation Cadet Knu,ckle star of cartoon films prepar!B<f] Randolpii field te aces wbaj, tb.ey

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