The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 5, 1949 · Page 9
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July 5, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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TUESDAY, JULY, 8, 1949 (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINE THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES JDODENDRON ON THE HEIGHT S—Mountain climber lluRh Morion scales Grindfafh.er Mountain, in western North Carolina for this view of file rhododendron on (lie heights. TEST DIVING BELL — oils Barfon. who descended 3.IVZR feel In 1934, talks with Dr. Maurice Nellcs, before Irstim ihe University of Southern California Bcnlhoscope al Lung Bench. TO RETURN HOME —Murray D. Van \Vaconcr, V. S. Military Governor of KavaiLi, plans lo resign next November, DIAMONDS ON DISPLA Y—Mmlrls wear (I. In r.) Kmirlicron's "Aierctlc." his b.imleau and clip, and Slcrlc's li.ira in a show by jewel merchants al the "Tiara Ball." in Paris. WATER C H A M K I O N—U'illa \Vcii •Iliinclim. ivulrr sill champion, goes b:nkvsiinl 0:1 one ski, ill (raining- :i( Cyprrss (jattluhs, l-'ta., foi' the natiotKLl litle Ii-.sl.s at MLtrtin Sea ESasc, llallimcre. VISITOR GREETS NATIVE— Marion Lamm. ;i visitor to J.ake-of-ltic-U'oods. Ontario. Canailil. makes a (aim- <'<-i'r rrath for liis chocolate aflcr the animal cnirrcril from (lie \\.iicr. i , U. S. TREASURER —Mrs. Oeoriiia Nec«e Clark (•jliovc). uT Kii'hland. Kans.. )ia^ l»L-rn sworn [n as tin; lirst woman Treasurer of tin: United States, succcccline William. A. Julian, PAUL BUNYAN ARRIVES — Marion Netraard; nf Chirnco. slls on (he knee of the frfanl sl.itne r>f Paul Bnnyan, set n|> In North Western II. K. exliihil al Chicaco Railroad Fair. DESrCNS, OLD AND NE W_M O IIH al left .shows a gown of 18-JO loanrtl hy Brooklyn Museum In Drc'ss Drstgm-ri Show in New York. Right is Fran Stroll's I9t9 version of trailer n. J 83.179482 E V^ VWXA! ^_ DOLLAR SIGN—Here's the signature that will boon be appearing under the serial number on all American folding money. It is penned by Mrs. George Neese Clark, new treasurer of the U. S. and the first woman to ever hold the post. Bui don't look for it on any phony, lax-fret "eighj-bit" nolcs like this cue. W \ N N E R—Mrs. FsLcs Kcfnuvcr, «ifi- of tlic IJ. S. Snii.ilur from Tennessee, and Uicir rt.iiir.ldrr. Klr^nnr, .irccul from Lawrrncc <;i(Jinrr die pl.iriur mttl lusltrl nf fruit won by Mrs. Kcran- vcr's i 1 ' 1 '"*^ 1 ^ i" li't ('rntcr Mjrkcl ;tr[ vl\ow, \\'asli]iu;l'jii. Ki«hl is L.m fence I'limplircy. market ilcalcr. CRANI STAYS fO« DINNE R_ Caplain. a sirens rranf born in South Perth. ,Mis- ,lrali», Zoo, h>i dinner with bird «\|icrt IScrl llorwoud, and Jennifer Stanley, the curalor't CONSULTATION — John narrymnrr. Jr.. 16. soon lo maVe his debul »s a film cowhny, practices ilirlion \vilh liis innlhrr, >ir<. Dolores Coslello \'ru%vink, uifc of a Los Angeics pfosician. BIRD DO C—I'ally. a corker Mi,inicl. keeps a prnleclive inaternal eye on Ihc nculy-hatclicd phea^at\ts at the sUle came farm. \Va(ialo, \S'abh. t where her my^ct, U.vlc Ctiiiux, is superintendent.

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