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WMFD Wilmington—1400 KC mo on rouB dial I FRIDAY, MAY 81 7 40—NBC Musical Reveille. 7:00 AM—News With Martin Agronsky. 7 ;15—“Musical Clock” r'otZBfeaS' With the McDonalds. 8 15_The Breakfast Club with Don Mc Neil 9:00—My True Story 9:25—Betty Crocker 9-30—Hymns of all Churches 9:45—The Listening Post .... , 10:00—Tom Brenamen — Breakfast in Hollywood 10:30—Kellogg's Home Edition 10:45-Ted Malone 11:00—Glamour Manor 11:30—At Your Request 12 00—Baukhage Talking 12:15 PM—Man On the Street Program 12 :45—Presenting Mid-Day Serenade 1 00—John B. Kennedy—News Men, Women! Old at 40, 50, 60! Get Pep Feel Years Younger, Full of Vim Do you blame exhausted, worn-out feeling on age ? TJouaanda a nosed at what a little pepping up with has done. Contains tonic many need at 40 *0T body old aolely because low in iron. 35c Introductory tire now only 29rl Try Ostrex Tonic Tablets for pep, younger feeling this very day. ▲160 contain yitamia fi]a calcium and pboephonii. At all drug stores everywhere—in Wil mington, at Saunders’. I 1:15—Musical Interlude i:25—News—Round the Town Reporter. 1:30—Bride and Groom I 2:00—A1 Pearce and His Gang 2:30—Ladies Be Seated 3:00—Jack Berch and Boyg 3:15—Ethel and Albert 3:30—Our Singing Land 3:45—Little Show'. 4:00—“Gospel Tabernacle” 4:15—“Let’s Dance” 4:45—Hop Harrigan 5:00—Terry and the Pirates 5:15—Dick Tracy 5:30—“Lone Ranger” 6:00—Headline Edition 6:15—“WMFD” Sports Review” 6:20—Musical Interlude 6:25—Round the Town Reporter 6:30—“Evening Request Program” 7 :00—Woody Herman Show 7:30—This Is Your FBI 8:00—Alan Young Show 8:30—The Sheriff 8:55—Sports by Harry Wismer 9:00—Fights and Sports Page 10:00—News of Tomorrow WJNC FRIDAY, MAY 31 6:28—Sign On. 6:30—Wilson Presents—TN 6:45—Musical Clock. 7:00—Morning Headlines — Wilmington Morning Star. 7:05—Musical Clock 7 :45—News Round-up—TN 8:00— Fairy Tales—TN 8:10—Under the Capitol Dome We Have A Complete Assortment BEACH ^ AIR MATTRESSES and Surf Riders 24"x48" Size.SH-50 See I/s For Beach Vacation Needs! 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C« Pkg. ^0 Tilghman.'a SILVER HAKE "of 2 It Sunnyfield CAKE FLOUR pk* 19c A & P Fancy SPINACH ■a."* 18c INSECTICIDES A-PENN . c» 18c BEE BRAND. £„ 19c GULF . S, 19c FLIT . 19c Van Camp's Chill CON CARNE . . . 25( GRAPE JUICE ... £ 21c Iona COCOA.. 15c Sunnyfield ROLLED OATS . . 10c Phillips BEANS wuh *** . . . 18c Occasionally you may find some item we advertise short in sup ply or temporarily out of stock. Please ask again. Palmolive Soap 2 s 19c SUPER SUDS * 23c CASHMERE BOUQUET SOAP 3 Bar, 27C RINSO Lge. Pkg SWEETHEART SOAP 2 Bars 13c CRISCO - 24c « »l G. Washington Coffee Vg 32c 64c Armour’* Treet .J4e Swift Jewel. ££b 19e M. C. P. Fruit Pectin..yg-. 9c 20 Mule Team Borax.VS: 15c 20 Mule Team Boraxo. 15c Babo Cleanser 2 **«• 21c y t t t^ TURKEYS SmaJLHens.Full7. Dressed lb. 63C HENS Grade A Fully Dressed lb. 55c FRYERS Grade A Fully Dressed lb. 63c FRANKS, Type 2 lb. 38c BOLOGNA, Type 2, lbS 215 N. 3RD ST. 1015 MARKET ST. 910 GREENFIELD St SUPER, MARKETS OWNED AMP OPElATvn * *Kmr L 8:15—Front Page News 8-30—Musical Clock 8:45—Sally Ann Time 8:55—UP Commentary. 9:00—UP News 9:05—Spotlight on Rhythm 9:15_Faith in Cur Time—MBS 9:30—In the Woman’s World 9:45—Melodic Moods 9:55—N. C. UP News 10:00—Cecil Brown—MBS 10:15—Barry Wood—TN 10:30—Your Hit Parade—MBS 10:45—Victor F. Lindlahr—MBS 11:00—yle Van—MBS 11:15—Morton Downey.—MBS 10:30—My Country Sings—MBS 11:45—Joyce at he Piano—MBS 12:00—UP New3 12:05 PM—Billy Arthur 12:45—John J. Anthony—MBS 12:10—12:40 Club 1:00—Cedric Foster—MBS 1:15—Melody Lane 1:30—Queen for a Day—MBS 2:00—UP News — Wilmington News 2:05—Musical Cavalcade 2:30—Lady Be Beautiful—MBS 3 :oo—Carolina Ranch Boys 3:15—Johnson Family — MBS 3:30—Music Box OVER THE NETWORKS FRIDAY, MAY 31 Changes in programs as listed are due to corrections by networks made too late to incorporate. DAYLIGHT SAVINGS NOTE — All times PM eastern standard. To change to eastern daylight, add one hoar; central daylight same a; eastern standard. On the other hand, for central rtand ard subtract one hour; for mountain standard subtract two hours. Times listed are those supplied by networks. Relay times by local station; may vary in some instances. 4:15—Portia Facing Life Drama — NBC Women’s Club, Lecture Series—CBS Dick Tracy (repeat at 5:15)—ABC Superman (r’pt at 5:15, 6:15) — MBS 4:30—Just Plain Bill, Dramatic — NBC To Be Announced (15 mins.) — CBS Capt. Midnight (r’pts 5:30, 6:30)—MBS 4:45—Front Page Farrell Serial—NBC Sparrow and the Hawk, Serial—CBS Tennessee Jed (repeat at 5:45)—AEC Tom Mix (repeats at 5:45, 6:45)—aIBS 5:00—News Report for 15 Mins.—NBC Quincy Howe and News Period—CBS Walter Kiernan and News—ABC-eas1 Here’s Howe (also at 6)—MBS-west 5:15—Echoes of Tropics; Sports—NBC Waitin’ for Clayton Song Time—CBS 5 :30—Skyline Roof, G. MacRae—CBS 5:45—Lowell Thomas & Newscast—NBC World News and Commentary—CBS Cal Tinney (repeat at 10:15) — ABC 6:00—Radio’s Supper Club—NBC-basic Lanny Ross in Song Show—CBS-basic News Commentary & Overseas—ABC Fulton Lewis, Jr. (repeat at 7)—MBS 6:15—News & Comment of World—NBC Tenor Jack Smith Sings—CBS-basic Raymond Swing and Comment—A^C Korn Kobblers & Tunes — MBS-basic 6:30—Songs from Carolyn Gilbert—NBC Tommy Riggs, Betty Lou—CBS-basic Lone Ranger’s Drama of West — ABC Henry J. Taylor (repeat at 10)—MBS 6:45—Morgan Beatty Comment — NBC Bill Brandt Spts. (repeat 7:15) — MBS 7:00—The Paul Lavelle Melody — NBC Henry Aldrich Family, Drama — CBS Woody Herman Music Variety — ABC A Passport To Romance—MBS-basic 7 :30—Ed Gardner Duffy’s Tavern—NBC Kate Smith Sings via Radio — CBS This is FBI. Dramatic Series — ABC Voice in Night, Singing Sleuth — MBS 7:55—Five Minutes News Period—CBS 800—People Are Funny, a Quiz—NBC It Pays To Be Ignorant “Quiz”—CBS Alan Young’s Comedy Program — ABC Gabriel Heatter and Comment — MBS 815—Real Life Stories. Drama — MBS 830—Abe Lyman’s Waltz Time — NBC The Moore & Durante Comedy — CBS The Sheriff Detective Drama — ABC Spotlight Band, James Orches. — MBS 8:55—Five Minutes News Show — ABC 9:00—Mystery Theater Mysteries — NBC Danny Kaye Variety Program — CBS Boxing Bout and Sports Show — ABC T. Dorsey, Musical Playshop — MBS 9:30—Bill Stern’s Sport Scries — NBC Ann Sothern and Maisie Sketch — CBS Meet the Press in Interviews — MBS 9:45—Weekly Talk Time 15 Min. — NBC 10:00—News for 15 Minutes—NBC-basic The Supper Club Repeat—other NBC News; Variety, Dance 3 h.—CBS & ABC News; Dance Band Show's, 1 h.—MBS 10:15—Variety & News to 1 a.m.—NBC Dial 2-3311 For Newspaper Service URGES FOOD SHIPMEMS RALEIGH, May 30.—(U.R)—An an nouncement from Gov. Gregg Cherry’s office Thursday urged the people of the state to donate cash contributions or canned food for shipment overseas to alleviate the food shortage in many foreign countries. Special This Week Only! Hand painted hurricane lamps. Sar..$10.95 Special_ _57*95 H. Berger & Son Fnrn. Co. Dial 5128 707 No. 4th St. ACRYLON DID ITI Lies ruNWie v\otm t CAUGHT IN YOUR CLOTHES CLOSET Moths destroy clothes! Acrylon de stroys moths! Oyr closet-fumigation t service saves you costly repairs. Do It now! 9 5 4 2 No. Front LOOK! Saturday, June 1 TO EACH OF THE FIRST 150 CUSTOMERS Purchasing $5.00 In Groceries We Will Present FREE MB. OLEOMARGARINE DAVID JONES Grocery Carolina Beach Open 9 A. M.