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The Wilmington morning star. [volume] (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, May 15, 1947, Image 3

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Radio Programs
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—TODAY—
o—Daybreak in the Barnyard
,v-Tor of the Morning
'«LZeke Manners
I'15-Musical Clock
t- North Carolina Highlights
,:no-News with Martin Agronsky
8 Bound the Town Reporter
j’.-t'd—Musical Clock
® Tjp News
8 Ereakfast Club with Don
S:° McNeil
— Mv True Story
^25—Betty Crocker's Magazine of the
10 Air _ .
. The Listening Post
"^Breakfast in Hollywood — Tom
greneman
„.m-The Hollywood Story
I'.^Ted Malone
i^Noon Day Musical
1 ■ „ m Vour Bequest
1 ;S-.Baukhage Talking
fUiack and White
iJy-Bonnd [he Town Reporter
-fl—W.VFD Concert of the Air
i'jT waiter Kiern: n and the Newt
VEthel and Albert
, io—Bride and Groom
Pod-Ladies be Seated
; To oe announced
111—Pursuit to Happiness
:Jo-Sk.p Farrell
! Vs-Hollvwood Studio Tour
i in—Fred Robbins Record Shop
loo—Terry and the Pirates
i 5_Skv King
t^O—Boogie Woogie Symphonette
via—Flit Frolics
g 0&—Organ Serenade
t'15—Round The Town Reporter
c. jo— Sports
I«_North Carolina Highlight*
rSo proudly We Hail
I-45—Little Show
Loo-Headline Edition
Singing Sam
r’30—Bands of the Land
1I3O—Town Meeting of the Air
The Best Things in Life
who—Those Sensational Years
„.30—Fantasy in Melody
0'45-Earl Godwin—News
jj-oo—News of Tomorrow
it-15—Joe Hassel
, 30—Gems for Thought
j]ij3—Hotel Biltmore Orchestra
WGN1
—TODAY—
,30-News Summary
(-33—Sunup Hoedown
1:00—News
1-Oi-Eye Opener
*■00—Today in Our Town
1:05—Eye Opener
(■00—Organ Music
(15-Morning Devotions
9:30—Say It With Music
10-00— Eleanor Watts
10-15—Tell Your Neighbor
10;3O—Hearts Desire
11 -O')—Showcase
1130-U S. Navy Band
12:00—Cedric Foster
12 15-Bobby Morris and the Singing
Strings
12:30— Merv Griffin
12:45-Checkerboard Jamboree
ATHLETES FOOT ITCH
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jl not pleased, your 35c back at any drug
,tore TE-OL, a STRONG rungtcide. con
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today at Saunders Drugs.
Red Blood Cells
Must Be Kept Up
If You Want To
Feel Alive
Thousands Now Regaining Old
Time Pep,Vigor and Drive By
Releasing Vibrant EnergyTo
Every Muscle, Fibre, Cell
Overwork, undue worry, and lack of cer
tain foods often reduce* the red-blood
strength —and starved, weak, puny
blood Just hasn't the power to keep up
jour energy and drive.
£very day—every hour—million* of
tiny red-blood-cells must pour forth
lrom the marrow of your bones to re
place those that are worn-out. A low
blood count may affect you In several
waya: no appetite, underweight, no
energy, a run-down condition, lack of
resistance to infection and disease.
To get real relief you must keep up
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Also, SSS Tonic helps you enjoy tne
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helps Build Sturdy Health.
COMING YOUR WAY.
STOP
o fleet of fine new
Greyhound Silversides Coaches.
Highway travel at its best is
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.greyhound terminal
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1:00—Queen For a Day
1:30—Harlem Hospitality
2:00—News
2:15—Smile Time
2:20—Orchestra
2:45—Jackie Hill Show
3:00—Erskine Johnson
3:15—The Johnson Family
3:30-—Two Ton Baker
3:45—Adventure Parade
4 00—Record Review
5:15—Orchestra
5:25—News
5 :30—News
5:40—Local Sports Roundup
5 :45—Tom Mix
6:00—Fulton Lewis
6:15—Musical Variety
6:30—Henry J. Taylor
6:4b—Inside of Sports
7:00—Lawyer Q
7:30—Count of Monte Cristo
8 :00—Gabriel Heatter
8:10—Eye Opener
8:15—Waltz Time
8* 36 Local Sports Roundup
9:00—The Family Theater
9:30—I Was a Convict
10:00—All the News
10:15—Orchestra
10 55—News
11:00—Orchestra
11:30—Music to Relax Bv
11:55—News
OVER THE NETWORKS
NETWORK PROGRAMS
Time is eastern standard. For central
standard subtract one hour, for moun
tain standard subtract two hours. Some
local stations change hour of relay to fit
local schedules. East minute program
changes cannot be included.
THURSDAY, MAY IS
Evenin;
6:00—News Report, 15 Mins_nbc
Eric Serareid and News—cbs
Network Silent Repeat—abc-east
Terry Serial Repeat—abc-west
Network Silent (1 hr.)—mbs-east
Hop Harrigan Repeat—mbs-west
6:15—America Serenade; Sports—nbc
In My Opinion Talks—cbs
Sky King Repeat—abc-west
Repeat by Superman—mbs-west
6:30—Red Barber and Sports—cbs
Jack Armstrong Repeat—abc-west
Capt. Midnight Repeat—mbs-west
6:45—Lowel Thomas Newscast—nbc
World News & Commentary—cbs
Tennessee Jed Repeat—abc-west
Tom Mix in Repeat—mbs-west
7:00—Radio Supper Club—nbc-basic
Mystery Drama for Week—cbs
News and Commentary—abc
Fulton Lewis, Jr., Comment—mbs
7:15—News and Comment—nbc
Jack Smith Song Series—cbs
Elmer Davis Commentary—abc
Dance Music Show—mbs-basic
7 :30—Grand Marquee Drama—nbc
Mr. Keen’s Drama—cbs-basic
Dance Music Orchestra—other cbs
Arthur Hale Comment—mbs-basic
7:45—Kaltenborn Comment—nbc-west
Brandt Sports Comment—mbs
8:00—Aldrich Family, Drama—nbc
Suspense Mystery Drama—cbs
Lum and Abner, Comedy — abc
Lawyer Q. Drama-quiz—mbs
8:15—News Views 15 Minutes—abc
8:30—Burns & Allen Comedy—abc
FBI in'Peace & War—cbs
America's Town Meeting—abc
Count of Monte Cristo—mbs
8:55—Five Minutes News Period —cbs
6:00—Music Hall and Eddie Foy—nbc
The Dick Haymes Show—cbs
Gabriel Heatter Comment—mbs
9:15—.Real Life Drama Series—mbs
6:30—Jack Haley Variety—nbc-basic
Crime Photographer, Drama—cbs
Sensational Years, Drama—abc
The Antonini Concert—mbs
10 :00—Abbott and Costello—nbc
Magazine Theater, Guests—cbs
Security Workshop, Drama—abc
Family Theater Drama—mbs
10 :30—Eddie Cantor’s Comedy—nbc
Man Called X, Drama—cbs
Fantasy Melody Concert—abc
I Was a Convict, Anti-Crime—mbs
10:45—Earl Godwin Comment—abc
11:00—News A- Variety to 1—nbc
News, Variety, Dance 2 hrs.—cbs
News & Dance Band Hour—abc
News, Dance Band, 2 hrs.—mbs
12:00—Dance Band Hr—abc-west only
CLARKTON SENIORS
TO PRESENT PLAY
AT SCHOOL TONIGHT
(Special To The Star)
CLARKTON, May 14. — The
commencement exercises of the
Clarkton High School will get un
der way with the presentation oi
the senior play, “Bachelor’s Wife,’
oi!» Thursday night, May 15th.
On Sunday, May 18th at 11 o'clock
the bacalaureate sermon will be
delivered by the Rev. L. A. Tay
lor, executive secretary of Wil
mington Presbytery.
On Thursday night May 22nd Mrs
D. T. Townsend will present hei
students in a piano recital.
The graduation exercises will
be held on Friday night, May 23rd
at eight o’clock. The speaker for
the occasion will be C. W. Phillips
public relations director at the
Woman’s College of the University
of N. C. Mr. Phillips is past presi
dent of the N. C. Educational As
sociation.
There are 31 in the graduation
class.
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SENSATION IN
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GIVING
100% WOOL
FRENCH FLANNEL
SHORTIES
*22-'"
Snow white, light weight
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trim, as illustrated! Usually
$29.50.
MAIN FLFOOK
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MEDIUM WEIGHT, 100% WOOL
GABARDINE
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Values To $64.50!
VALUES TO
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SUMMER
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Every summer
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Joney! Mink dyed Coney! "
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Bring your fur coats and
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