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The Wilmington morning star. [volume] (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, December 17, 1946, Image 3

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6:30—Daybreak in the Barnyard.
7:15—Top of the Mornine
7:30—Musical Clock
7:55—North Carolina Highlight!
' 8:00—News with Martin Agronsky
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11:35—George Towne Orchestra.
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3:00 PM—UP News—Wilmington News.
3:05—Grapevine Party Line.
| 4:55—United Press News.
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1 5:15—Superman—MBS.
; 5:30—Captain Midnight—MBS.
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0:00—To Be Announced.
10:30—Do You Believe in Ghosts.
10:45—Dance Orchestra—MBS.
11:00—All the News—MBS.
11:15—Sign Off.
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to corrections by networks made
too late to incorporate.
All times PM Eastern Standard. To
.change to Central Standard subtract
< one hour; to mountain standard sub
tract two hours.
Times listed are those supplied by
networks. Relay times by local stations,
[ may vary in some instances.
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Chicagoans Orchest., Continued—CBS
j Tennessee Jed (Repeat at 6:45)—ABC
Tom Mix* (Repeated at 6:45) — MBS
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Quincy Howe and News Period—CBS
Walter Kiernan and News—ABC-east
Terry Serial in a Repeat—ABC-west
Hop Harrigan in Repeat—MBS-west
6:15—America Serenade; Sports—NBC
You and Alcohol, a Discussion — CBS
To Be Announced (30 M.)—ABC-east
The Sky King in Repeat—ABC-west
Repeat by the Superman—MBS-west
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Jack Armstrong in Repeat—ABC-west
Capt. Midnight in Repeat—MBS-west
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World News and Commentary—CBS
Allen Prescott 15 Minutes—ABC-east
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Mystery Drama for the Week—CBS
News Commentary & Overseas—ABC
Fulton Lewis, Jr. in Comment—MBS
7:15—News & Comment of World—NBC
Elmer Davis and Commentary—ABC
Dancing for 15 Minutes—MBS-basic
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American Melodies Song Orch.—CBS
How Do You Pronounce It, Quiz—ABC
Arthur Hale in Comment—MBS-basic
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8:00—Rudy Vallee with Variety—ABC
"Big Town” Newspaper Drama—CBS
Lum and Abner Comedy Skit—ABC
Michael Shayne, Radio Sleuth—MBS
8:15—Earl Godwin and Comment—ABC
8:30—A 1 ate With Judy, Drama—NBC
Mel Blai.c Show with Comedy—CBS
The O’Neills, Family Drama — ABC
The Falcon, Drama (R’pt 11:30—MBS
8:55—Five Minutes News Period—CBS
9:00—Amos and Andy on the Air—NBC
The Vox Poppers & Interviews—CBS
Rex Maupin and His Orchestra—ABC
Gabriel Heatter and Comment—MBS
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Boston Symphony Concert Hr—ABC
American Forum, Guest Panel—MBS
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Arthur Godfrey’s Talent Scouts—CBS
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10:30—Red Skelton and Comedy—NBC
Open Hearing for a Discussion—CBS
Hoosier Hop in a Barn Dance—ABC
Dance Band for a Half Hour—MBS
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The Supper Club Repeat—NBC-west
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Wayne P. Rogers. 18-year-old
seaman, Winter Park Is serving
with the Richard Byrd expedition
en route to the South pole, it was
learned here.
H. E. Rogers, World War II vet
eran in charge of the Christmas
wrapping service at the Chamber
of Commerce, said he received
word from his son that he will be
James Copeland Announces
Friday Night Selected
For Event
The annual Christmas party for
the members of the Brigade Boy’s
club will be held Friday night at
the club, 2nd and Church streets
at 7:30 o’clock, it was announced
last night by James (Jimmy) Cope
land, director of the organization.
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arranged for the youngsters which
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prominent local speaker. Nuts, can
dies and fruit will also be provided.
Santa Claus is expected to make
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Harold L. Culler, director of physi
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All members of the Brigade club
is invited to attend.
unable to be home for Christmas
Aboard the U. S. S. Pine Island,
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