The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 9, 1949 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 9, 1949
Page 10
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FACE TEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ' TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 194* THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES STAGE ' S H I P '—Ann Ma [in ami Ann Ki^k slaml in rlzzinK »f a prop "masl" in "Lost t'iloriy." :m mililutir ilr:inia of Sir Waller Kalrish's colonists given nightly at lUmnukc Island, N. U. .. „, T H F JUNIOR SKIPPERS MEE T—VIIIIIIE yachtsmen tune up before the 1 lib annual Snowbirds fact al Neicjiorl Beach, C'al., in uhicli 150 skippers six years old and up. compete. JUDGING FOR ALTITUDE- t harlie v,,,,,, B . a fret. 11. judges the "'jiitviis of ll.-isbt" al Tavcrn-iin-llir-Crn-ii ttBlral Turk, N.Y. Helen l.ukacs (third from lefl), of Uliicaso won. -TWO B E A U T I ES_i. 0 i, Te\\'. >vho is "Miss Koseboi-o.' X. C.. of l!!19. hriue-s ill tlie 'id- pnund doljiliin she laiidn] tlilr- ing a lishiu^ c\|iedilioji oft Morclitad Cily, N. U. OVER THE WAVES AT*89. 5—Horace Dncige's My Swcclie passes under the Belle We Bridge al S0.5 miles an hour in Ihe firsl heat of tlie llarinsivorth Troi>h>- race al Uelruil. FLYING CHO W_I)onald U'.fliUillan. of Bcrkclej-. Cal","* Brecls the Peking chow he acquired h China, at San franeisco ai-porl. lie came home across Europe .vbile the Uog Hew 1'acilic. VfS. \. V 1 * FIT FOR A QUtEN —.Miss Jnoske I of Qncen Juli.i \v!iich. \\ilh doll tries, is liciner s Holland for nt holds a (loll a of HolEand from M roon- un throughout ar eluirilies. .. . FOR BEAUT Y—rfc. Ed Murplu. of Chi- A. c:iso. member of Ihe- ICtli Constabulary in Berlin, sits with Lillian V™ dorses, preliminary winner in l beauly conlesl al U'annsce Lake. , FORTTO BE RELIGIOUS CENTE R_ fllm ,,, ts , r , , lm)Is . „„, , nrru . ks „„, ,,, dormitories, as I nit Caswell, X. C., heiomcs a sutinncr retreat of Biiilisls i\ ho honjhl it for SSU.Dtm. r n A M re /-1 A c v " ^^svmBmszzm&jit. U A N <_ t CLAb i-Charlollc r,r n , (lefl), of Indianapolis anil .Mary Cam, of Beanmonl, Cal., an tail" lit a Jamaican dance hy Joy Hnrke (straw hat), as Kisa Yllarmo plays a reccl pipo at Ibe C.irl Seoul encampment, .Maniac National Forest, Mich V I K I N C S • I N V A D E • B R I T A , N-rlTT-^T^p ,^n~ h ,^^^7^ • liproariics Hit tnjliili coasl in an -invasion" coinmcinoi Jtins Ihe landine of a Saxon band in 113 A.I). SPAGHETTI-LOVER DA«JCE I N S H O R TT -Renatoltclul. ->S8 pounds, won _ A ir , ,„ sh|)rls [la , lrr ,.. „,„ ? K''"^.^' 1 * 110111 -" 11 !' 5 rontosl » «"M in a niRbt club al SI. hy nnishln* a pound >n 17 sec- ]'a,,|i., llcar nambure. Ccr- onds. Then he ale Iwo pounds ,„.,„>• where hostesses weir more because he was huntry. pliyoilics on Ihe dance lloor. m -, M .mi g ,,,,i C (i by t|, c policemen they learn lo enjoy Ihe frol __ ^^ ^ _^ ^^^-^j HIGH SPEED PLANTS R_J (, v,,i rll assoeiale asronomu'l -it Geori'ia tCwriment station, opcrales Die plainer developed by him and Associate Professor R. I,. Alien, of Gtoreii Tech, which will enable farmers lo increase tlieir planting speed from thret to 15 milts an b»ur i -

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