The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 25, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Friday, July 25, 1947
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FRIDAY, JULY 25, 19-1 BLYTHBVIL1J5 (ARK,)' COUKIEK NEWS Father and Daughter are Reunited . ^tf\^tf III rM~._. NEWS IN PICTURES ^ Disabl «" Vets Take Over White > -^ ;: t OHtMAi, IKIj.JM-.R.i KI'i.KASKD -G,im,ing 1) ippily at (he Ihought , last German prisoner, of war held by the Americans march out of lh-> t-ennany. Knell pu.-oner was allotted a three-day food ration and ; of going homy again, the guarded area in Uacliau, a new suit of clothes. £ |M^ „ ' "' ( K%4* 'rfip l^*zmu*^ 'M jf; «£ "«3i •^ ?» ""-sj*^ • - - — '«« .: I'UNNHL KI»_l.-|,,i s h| lB , nuclles arc , „„ ()|(] "" I"" 1 ", E0 " 3l ™« ! «''n »l Clyllbbank, Scmb ' II I, rn f °" ',"," " * n '"" e '"'" 1)OSili °» « S ««e »>•»!« 'Wtly for ,I 3 m.Udcn voyage from Livcrnool to New w York .c,n of O , ^ '" la. "lU , V ',. ' '" '"""'' "' JS "- Vl ' L C "> ^' lh '" Ullcd h '-.f •'""'' Z ° S!la ' :i U7< ' lhC '' aml llv " brol " c « «' CT sincu in a t,crm;>n ucncc-nlralion camp in Pohnd. Now she' Cojng "homa" to live with dad in Omaha. MODERN EVE— Both suit anti subject are mighty sharp in this picture of Jane McJnlosh, chosen "Cactus Queen" o£ Arizona Valley. The Phoenix girl models a l>ia made from cactus lips, while the shirt is fashioned of prickly pear. SHOVI.V On'-CJ.-nins «l f loaded aboard an a,v t,a,,p ui ' r n free ride f lom S h , . „ 1 , ( „!„,, (I,,,,, ,h, n, 11 t kan B a, 0 ,>,t Ic 1 ,„ „, ,„ , ,„ ,„, , t he u \L ,",,' i Inc flooded area.; iirom-.d C':jiilc,a. n-k Ql'AISTKT-Any svoman with a head on her shoulders : i:i_ii)lr:rcp|«.d in Hie new full millinery fashjons. Fcali|r?d in' Uns New York "jinllitiery forecast" arj (top, left to right')-' a white satin UXIUL-; full-crowned lieige Ml with a turned-L-ack ; i;ip;>led rim; (holK.m. k-ft to rijjht): a sombrero of E oM mclal"' lie cloth triinincd in brown veiling; and a triple-tiered toque of Ijtnnxe, gold and silver metallic cloth. OGf MNu Ml,,- f\ , p, ng (U t "Kl<r tms broun '' T ,' , i ' ', p M - twt '•"-" in •' i»v{>,..£. /.(> .;.? iachs is a tow tie and a niicrophone to clutch. r. roit TIJAI:S-»I:T NO SPILLKB .AULK_ T hi 3 ,a,i- i-oad refngerator ear, containing a loud of canned milk, plowed through an underpass wall when its brakes failed to hold No one v.-as hurl; even the milk cams through in f .«,c;,! shapo ' Co,) J» foreground has a b;. S y <t ? y ah,ad ns !,•• tri, i: to "move alom- cunous drivers in Greensboro, N. C. '•STHIKK—Kiralyz-'d \v.ir vclr-i-ans roll \'m down Pro.; up championship. Guinld A, Kopy (lea) ur S 's private bowling all.-y in the Wiiitc- Ibuso as they compote for' a.xl Leo L. Lsdouccur of Detroit sijil Iho match as" the President them on, ' • - - - •

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