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The Wilmington morning star. (Wilmington, N.C.) 1909-1990, May 31, 1947, Image 7

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Radio Programs
W M F D
—TODAY—
. tft-DBvbreak in the Barnyard
of the Morning
£30—Musical Clock
Uuound the Town Reporter
*•20—Musical Clock
*■ “‘‘e_i;p News
I'n^Leland Baptist Church
!,0-\Vake Up and Smile
a an—The Johnny Thompson Show
i ijUpible Messages
J«".30—Junior Junction
J.'jo-Teen Age Merry Go Round
!:,n_Fiano Playhouse
him—Noon Day Musical
,30-The American Parmer
1 'Jo-Rest Hour Music
Hj-Round the Town Reporter
,!io_-Fascinating .Rhythm
i. pO—Our Town Speaks
::,0_Sunset Roundup
; 0n_Speakin? of Songs
• isO—Horse Races
145—Treasury Show
*.'00—Warriors of Pea-e
tdd W. M. F. D.-WARD
J.30--Hilltoppers
r^This is for You
i-OO—Saturday Concert
*.'00—Church of Jesus Christ
,-3_Tho John Gart Trio
loo—Harry Wismer—Sports
j:43—Little Show
7-00—It's Your Business
'U5—Bands of the Land
1no—I Deal in Crime
jijO—Famous Jury Trials
jilO—Gangbusters
j. 30—Murder and Mr. Malone
•0 30-Professor Quiz
jn.30—Hayloft Hoedovvn
HO—Yews of Tomorrow
irlS—George Hicks Fresents
11-30—Click Restaurant Orchestra
OVER THE NETWORKS
NETWORK PROGRAMS
Time is eastern standard. For centra]
standard subtract one hour, for moun
tlin standard subtract two hours. Some
|ora| stations change hour of relay to
III local schedules. Last minute pro
iram changes cannot be included.
SATURDAY, MAY 31
F.vening
I (lb—Rhapsody From Rockies—nbc
News Broadcast 15 Minutes—ebs
Dance Music Band—mbs
g-15—Word From the Country—ebs
P30-Thc Boston Tune Party—nbc
Saturday Sports Review—ebs
Cecil Brown Comment—mbs
|-45—The ‘Art of Living—nbc
World News Commentary—ebs
Jan August Repeat—mbs-west
|:M)_Our Foreign Policy Talks—nbc
Hawk Larrabee, Drama—ebs
Hawaii Calls Musicians—mbs
6:30—Curtain Time Dramatic—nbc
Robert Q. Lewis Show—cbs
News and Sports Broadcast—mbs
6:45—Jean Sablon and Songs—cbs
F. H. LaGuardia’s Talk—mbs
7:00—Life of Riley, Drama—nbc
Vaughn Monroe's Show—cbs
Twenty Questions Quiz—mbs
7 :30—Truth or Consequences Quiz—nbc
Mayor of Town, Dramatic—cbs
Better Half Quiz—mbs
7:55—Five Minutes News—cbs
8:00—Saturday Hit Parade—nbc
Bill Goodwin Comedy—cbs
Mighty Casey, Skit—mbs
8:30—Can You Top This, Gags—nbc
Saturday Night Serenade—cbs
High Adventure Drama—mbs
9:00—Judy Canova Sketch—nbc
This is Hollywood, Play—cbs
Chicago Theatre of the Air—mbs
9:30—The Grand Ole Opry—nbc
Sweeney and March—cbs
10:00—News & Variety 3 hr_nbc
News, Variety, Dance 3 hrs.—cbs
Korn’s Krackin’ Hillbillies—mbs
10:30—Dancing & News 11 1-2 hrs.)_mbs
ABC PROGRAMS — Times fit either
Eastern daylight or Eastern standard
6:00—Jimmy Blair Songs
6:15—Chittison Trio Instrumental
6:30—Harry Wismer's Sports
6:45—Labor U.S.A. Speakers
7:00—It’s Your Business, Talks
7:15—Song Spinners Quartet
7:30—Hollywood Music Library
8:00—1 Deal in Crime, Drama
8:30—Famous Jury Trials
9:00—Gangbusters, Dramatic
9:30—Murder and Mr. Malone
10:00—Prof. Quiz and Quiz
10:30—The Hayloft Hoedown
11:00—News, Dance Band Hour >
12:00 Dance Band Hour—west only
Daylight Savings Note
Times for NBC, CBS and MBS are
continued under Eastern standard. (For
Daylight Saving add One hour).. Times
for ABC, which relays Jts programs
twice, first on a daylight schedule, then
an hour later by standard, are correct as
listed for either time.
SCRATCHED
LONDON, May 30—(TP)—Wether
by and sons, agents for the Jock
ey Club, announced scratching of
two horses from the English Derby
today.
Walter Hutchinson’s Privy Purse
and the French horse, Niger II,
owned by M. R. Mateh-Dumaine,
were withdrawn, from the classic,
scheduled, for Epson Downs June
7.
Dial 2-3311 For Newspaper Service
CLASSIFIED DISPLAY CLASSIFIED DISPLAY
YES MA-AM”
“YES SIR”
1 At
| NICK’S MARKET
[ 5th and Greenfield St.
(.He cannot say, “No We Don’t Have It’’ this week, for if it’s
S Fruits and Vegetables, we have them and from all over the
E Americas!
I FRESH FRUITS FRESH
• Georgia Peaches
» Avocado Pears
• Argentine Red Grapes
• Chilean Roney Dew
Melons
; • Cal. Red Plums -
; • Cal. Red Cherries
• Cocoanuis
j • Rockyford Cantaloupes
i o Lemons
s _
• Western Box Apples
Va. Stayman Winesaps
• Texas Pink Grapefruit
Inside And Outside
• Fla. Seedless Grapefruit
• Fla. Seal Sweet Oranges
• Pippin Apples
• Pineapples
• Watermelons
:FANCY RIPE
1 STRAWBERRIES
>
[Too Beautiful I A
To Describe, qt. # V
(Short Cake and Whipping Cream)
RIPE BANANAS, 2 lbs..25c
(Plenty of Vanilla Wafers)
FRESH VEGETABLES!
Okra, Corn, Butter Beans, Crowder Peas, Pole Beans,
Snap Beans, Garden Peas, Yellow and White Squash,
Egg Plant, Bell Peppers, Hot Peppers, Lima Beans, Car
rots, Celery, Beets, Lettuce, Fancy Tomatoes, Spring On
ions, Bunch Turnips, Salads, Cauliflower, Etc.
fresh PRODUCE MESH
Small Baking Size
JERSEY SWEET POTATOES
S1.99 Bushel 5c Pound
ALSO: Canadian Irish Potatoes, Idaho Baking Potatoes,
Maine Giant Potatoes, N. C. Red and White New Pota
toes, Chilean Large Onions, Texas - Bermuda Onions
Garlic. _
-All fruits, vegetables and produce at prices guaranteed to
as cheap as any group or individual price in this city,
and the quality absolutely first class. Don't forget —
— OUR REGULAR DAILY PRICES —
Cigarettes, pkg. .. 15c; Carton, .. $1.39
Swiss Colony Fortified Wines, fifth .. 79c
OUR NEW PRICES ON GROCERIES ARE A PROFIT
OF 10% OF COST — PLEASE CHECK!
free delivery all day
FOREST HLLS
GRADUATES CLASS
/
Contest Winners In
Various Projects are
Announced
Eighth grade pupils at Forest
Hills school yesterday were hand
ed diplomas at graduation exer
cises in which aw ards for outstand
ing work also were presented.
Garden contest winners were
Robert Cannon, first; Charles
Benson, second, and Joe Johnson,
third w’ith the awards presented by
Mrs. Dudley Humphrey in behalf
of the Garden club.
Track ribbons resulting from the
recent county meet, went to Vivian
King, Bobby McCumber and Mil
ton Harrell.
Faith Sneeden, Virginia Harriss
Shirley Moore, Joe Johnson Ronnie
Phelps and John Blake were win
ners of athletic letters. Athletic
medals were given Margaret
Thomason and Louie Woodbury.
Faith Sneeden won the Ray Fun
derburk scholarship cup given ev
ery year to the graduating student
with the highest scholastic record.
William G. Robertson made,the
presentation.
Declamations were delivered by
Faith Sneeden, Betty Rugg, Betty
Buck, Wilbur Jones and Dudley
Humphrey. Under the direction ol
Miss Dora May Staton, the school
glee club sang selections from the
cantata, "Hiawatha.”
Presiding at the exercises was
AeTTr.aTL Pcstma, a class member.
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12 To 51 Go
13 Is 52 Not
14 Ahead 63 Plans
15 Loose 64 Be
1C Be 55 Things
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18 Don’t 57 Today
19 Tilings 58 Others
20- The 59 Too
21 You're 60 Secure
22 Handle -61 Flexible
23 Knds 62 To
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25 Keep 64 Cooperate
■ 25 Mental- 65 And
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28 To 67 Ahead
29 Keynote 68 Life
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31 Be 70 Much
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Yesterday’s Cryptoquote: A GENTLEMAN WHO LIVES ILL
IS A MONSTER IN NATURE—MOLIERE.
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