EATUKDA.Y, DECEMBER », 1950 BLTTHEVn.LK, (ARK.) COURIER ' NEWS PAGE TTtKW THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES ART APPRECIATION CLASS_i inda Christian onYo/ i' if ° r .T" 0 .'";. 1 '™ 1 "' st "»" «" ir «< I""""" "Mr. Ro?c > one of her oil paintings at their I. ;lrk Lam . a , lilr , lllcll , Ll)Illlo ' -~ . ,,.—.—v. .. . v V ^ r • T> -t.il .ft • &4- •,. -y ,; .JTfct » EaBite I5«*^' ^^i&S'SSt^lKftjJj^^fc '•*•** I DOUBLE TROUBLE — "Toolsie," fox lerrler of Mr. and i\l rs . J. A. Brass. Ashland, ., whose front legs were broken when a chair fell on them, will wear cut* for i month. TRAINS GERMANS- Germans . the U. S Dr« dej>&riai*xit ichoal IB Rartb&, ,' tl.roujh the »lretts of Udenhout, Holland, to U>. dune, nearby for i da", himt, EXECUTIONER'S SWORD_ Joan ^VendcuW and Diane Bcrnol Weigh a IGlh cnnliiry Austrian executioner's *H-ord at medieval exhibit in George Harding Muscum^'Chicazo. SPOUTS QUEEN- Brenda Parkinson, chosen "Queen of Sports" at Sliami Beach, Fla , will visit North to Invite notables l« * new athletic club. *U f° *} ° ° ' A , N T S - Gcnc Brown hM four sK fool, six- inch freshmen escorts on Stanford's campus, Palo Alto Ca! where forty percent of freshmen males arc over six feet tail. .Roys are Dave fcppcrson. JacK Charapion, Bill Allen and Lcland Krueelccn. HORSE LOVER _ Lou i 5 . Meulock, 18, h« flv« horses on her father's farm al Allanla, Ca., »nd Is so fond ot the anltnali Uial she collects miniatures from »H over the world. TOOK UP PAINTING AT 7 3 _ Mrs. Geonre U Krion, 7G :im! a ^rcal crandmollicr» who lives M'lth her son, an employe of U.'S. High Commission at Stuttgart, Germany, showi work site hai done ilnc« Ukini up palntlnf three years alo. ments, ccnlraliy located, can be rente,! for^s litUe as *65 i .DOCTORS EXAMINE D 0 CT 0*R S_i- lly5 ,ciBi5. - dentlsls and veterinarians who registered Oct. 16, line up for physical examinations at Army pre-induclion center in New York. NEW.CROWN,PRiNCE — Carl-Guslar, son of Princess Sibylla and late 1'rlncc Gustaf Ailolf, who Is new Crown Prince of Sweden, claps his hands whiJo »l play In Slockholra. , READY TO ROLL THE JET BOMBERS magnesium sirplnne wheels for B-17 j c t botiihJM Vt (|,e cnniiri " orkmsn «h(ck» ' of ' S T * N T S -S««" Price .ndllor.,, rwood alrt Mrs. Anthony Story (left) anrf Mrs. Donald Huth hii selecting Christmas B lfU at Ihe Tok:,-o PX to he sent lo the homes of r.t.ldrcn of soldiers lighting in Korea. The shoppers are juWed In their selections by letters from the flshtin* men.
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