The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 24, 1952 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 24, 1952
Page 11
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TUESDAY, SEPT. 24, 1052 BtTTRETTLLE fAMC.) COURIER NEW! PA0E ELEVEM ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES * LONELY SPITFIRES — These llrer cubs, parted from their mother lor the first lira* . •t Coptnhacen, Denmark, Zoo, hid to b« returned to her because of fritht and homesickness, u MISS AMERICA- Gcorjla's Neva Jane Langley, 19. of Macon, wears Miss* America 1953 crown after annual beauty vaceant in Atlantic City, N. J. CHAMPIONS DANCE —Quttn Maureen Connolly and Frank Sedimao. national Champions, dance at second annual tennis ball. Forest JNIU, N. END OF A SEASON —A huce fireworks display lirhtens the crenlnr darkness during the closing oerformance of the open-air season in the Olympic Stadium at Berlin. Germany. SPACE SU IT_ 8c( en. , tlsts of 1Z. nations Ytewed thtt | outAt for span travel in the exhibition at Oiclr Third International Astronaut! cal Conrrets. RELIGIOUS SCULPTURE- .Sculptor Jon , «f Topann, Cal,, works OB Honduras mahocahy statue of SMred Heart for St Albert MM 6r*M CJM«h ta'^Comptoo. r . ,, •'•—'? • " •» " * " M «» » ' miuin's Olympic Ice skallnr cham, J«ne4te Altwtn |4ay> wttk a Greek orphan at ; PesUloBl CUUrei's VIHa««, »•»««.t»»d wh«r* Kw to "* aon* j HOW MANY PIES?- Harold Everett, 'of Auburn, Wash., measures the 250-pound pumpkin he brought to Western Washington Fair In I'uraUup to sell for benefit of Bovs'Town.NiU. GEM OF A HAT — This hat of ixacotk Telcvr*. >hown by Bchlapuclll ta Parta. features a brte pendant "eurln:" clip from , WWB at th« aid*. LET'S STEER C L E A R O T T H I S ITnarry 4-u owner Peter Wllliuns' Hereford, seems full of back talk durlnr primplnr for Dutchess County Fair ahowlnf at Khlnebtck, V. T. Off *' T4/-B ^^^ -•»*•.».»..«.. K .1. , ... „„ , ",? ' * ~, B — Jlnl » Kaeber, left, and Llllie Binnl ^ -HU« Jh - Col , lc f e ' JA J' ls - th " t * r *"""•• » rc f>« '»' ^ Hiawatha" at 2nd iBteraaUonal Delphlad, Verona. I If kl \ f\ • ' ^^^^ '^^**'" K ' l:tr -'-* : * MC * t ^ r '-r™ f >JU N I O R R O C K E T — This German lad loolis at a toy r»ck«t, capable of apetdt up t» IS nj.p.h, cxhlbittii at FranVfuft AT A FILM .PARTY — Ellsworth Banker, U. S. Ambassador lo Italy, and his wife arrive at Motion Picture Producer* Association "Western Style" party during Venice Film FnUT*L VESTING THE N«W ARMY | E E P - Mud up to hubcap, can't stop the Army's Leu- jerp durjat debut at Aberdeen, Md,, et»\iaf Grouad. The eojiae can be replaced tn II wLniUes. FAMILY PETS — Mr«. J« Beriter, ef E! Monte, CaU lecds Great Dine, ChceU, ts she holds ptt j»«u»r, Jo-Jo, a native'* tut U h*r bUfbaBd, wban U« WM wwkUx aa airliiu pilot la P«iu.< 'v S T ~ c » rloo " Is ' B «»«*. kn«.d« P In the Mcdilerranean on Me warm a way to keep cool u he caricature, (octl b«Uet M Juaa-to-f'~n_ rraoct.

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