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DR. FIELD
PLATE EXPERT
Double
i .
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I uuaranlee a Tight Fit in Any Mouth
Violet Ray Treatment for Pyorrhea
Extractions, $1 & $■*. Also Gas
Flates $10 to $.‘15
Gold Crowns _ $«» up
fillings 8L up
DR. FIELD
406 7th St. N.W. MEt. 9256
Over Wool worth 5c & 10c Store
You Should
Know This
ABOUT COLDS
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passages, causes muscular soreness
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WMflL—8:30
WITH NAN GREY
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Kathy and Leslie make a decision!
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THE POND’S PROGRAM
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Methodists Burn
$150, C J Mortgage
On Home for Aged
Ceremony Climaxes
50 Years of Giving
By Members of Sect
A capacity audience at the Foun
dry Methodist Church last night
watched the burning of the $150,000
mortgage of the Methodist Home
for the Aged in a ceremony that
marked the climax of 50 years of
contributions by members of the
denomination..
More than 1,000 Methodists saw
Mrs. Harry Hoskinson, president of
the Board of Managers of the home,
apply the match to the mortgage in
front of the church altar, as her
husband, president of the Board of
Trustees of the home, held the
papers.
Bishop Edwin Holt Hughes of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, speak
ing on “The Christian's Attitude
Toward Old Age," declared that the
character of a nation can be gauged
by its attitude toward childhood
and old age.
Participating churchmen who ac
claimed the sacrifice and devotion
of members who had helped to re
tire the debt included Dr. G. Ellis
Williams, District superintendent of
the Methodist Episcopal Church; Dr.
Frederick Brown Harris, pastor of
Foundry Methodist Church; the Rev.
Luther J. Neff of Wesley Methodist
Church; Dr. William A. Haggerty,
and Dr. H. W. Burgan. pastor of
Hamline Methodist Church. Music
was furnished by the choir of the
latter church, under the direction
of John Marville.
A total of 59 persons are now
residents of the home, which has
furnished shelter for more than 300
persons since it was opened 50 years
ago. The home is located at Con
necticut avenue and Ellicott street
N.W.
City News in Brief
TODAY.
Dinner meeting, Middle Atlantic
Association of Greenkeepers, Ham
ilton Hotel, 6 pm.
Dinner, Washington Photo En
gravers, Hamilton Hotel, 6:30 pm.
Dinner, 500 Club, Hamilton Hotel,
6:30 pm.
Banquet, Sigma Nu Delta, Alumni
Club, Capitol Park Hotel, 6:30 pm.
Dinner. Association of Parking
Station Operators, Hamilton Hotel,
7 p.m.
Meeting, Railroad Retirement
Board, Annapolis Hotel, 8 p.m.
Meeting, Abraham Lincoln Circle,
Ladies G. A. R., Willard Hotel, 8
p.m.
Meeting, Junior Board of Com
merce, Raleigh Hotel, 8 p.m.
Meeting, Notre Dame Club,
Raleigh Hotel, 8:30 p.m.
TOMORROW.
Breakfast, Early Birds, Willard
Hotel, 8 am.
Luncheon, Columbia Heights Busi
ness Men’s Association, Sholl's Cafe,
12:15 pm.
Luncheon, Insurance Managers,
Hamilton Hotel, 12:30 p.m.
Meeting, Georgetown Neighbor
hood Council, Georgetown Branch
Library, 3:30 p.m.
Dinner, Keystone Automobile Club,
Shoreham Hotel, 6:30 p.m.
Meeting. Power Engineers, Raleigh
Hotel, 7:30 p.m.
Meeting, Zeta Beta Chi Sorority,
Raleigh Hotel, 7:30 p.m.
Meeting, D. C. Chapter, Catholic
Daughters of America, Willard
Hotel, 7:30 p.m.
Dance, George Washington Post,
No. 1, American Legion, Club Ad
miral, 8 p.m.
Meeting, Vincent B. Costello Post,
American Legion, Carlton Hotel,
8 p.m.
Meeting, Electrical Contractors’
Association, Pepco Building, 8 pm.
Lecture, Catholic Thought Asso
ciation, Willard Hotel, 8:15 p.m.
Meeting, Progress Club, Raleigh
Hotel, 8:30 pm.
Dance, Polish Club of Washington,
Stansbury Hall, 8:30 p.m.
Meeting, Pi Phi Fraternity, Willard
Hotel, 10 p.m.
Capitals Radio Program
TODAY'S PROGRAM. MARCH 6, 1939.
P.M.J WMAL, 630k^
3:00 Rochester Orchestra
3:15 ! " "
3:30 S “ "
3:45 Between Book Ends
4:00 Feast of Esther
4:15 " "
4:30 Tune Types
4:45 I Evening Star Flashes
5:00 Jimmy Allen, serial
5:15 Terry and Pirates
5:30 Don Winslow, serial
5:45 Tom Mix, serial
6:00 Bob Armstrong's Orch.
6:15 News Bulletins
6:30 , Intermezzo
6:45 Lowell Thomas_
7:00 | Divorce Orphans
7:15 | " " •
7:30 Song Stories
_7:45j Science on the March
8:00 Robison Buckaroos
8:15 : " "
8:30 Those We Love
8:45 j;__
9:00 Busch and Serkin
9:15 | " "
9:30 Choir College
9:45 M_"_
10:00 True or False
10:15 " "
10:30 Radio Forum
10:45 | " "_
11:00 ; Theodore Huntley
11:15 Music You Desire
11:30i " "
11:45 1 " “
12:00 Night Watchman
12:15 " "
12:30 ! “ "
12:45 " "_
1:00 Watchman, 1 hour
! WRC, 950k.
Mary Marlin, serial
Ma Perkins, serial
|Pepper Young, serial
'Guiding Light, serial
Backstage Wife
Stella Dallas, serial
Vic and Sade, serial
Girl_Alone, serial
Dick Tracy
Your Family, serial
Jack Armstrong
Orphan Annie, serial
News—Music
Xavier Cugat's Orch.
#» #»
Amos ’n' Andy
;Edwin C. Hill
Music Graphs
Sir Willmott Lewis
|AI Pearce, variety
^ Margaret Speaks
Spitalny's Orch.
Eddie Duchin’s Orch.
M II
Musical Program
Horace Heidt's Orch.
News—Sports
Modern Maestros
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Fred Martin's Orch.
F. Henderson Orch.
Sign"Off
WOL, 1,230k.
News—Sporls
Wakeman's Sports
99 99
Wakeman's Sports
99 99
Edna O'Dell sings
Jimmy Scribner
Cocktail Capers
Dorothy Gordon_
Sports Resume
Organ Recital
Walter Compton, news
Variety Program_
Fulton Lewis, jr.
Rhumbf Rhythms
Lone Ranger
Answer College
St. Mary's Novena
News—Music
United Dry Forces
WOR Symphony
Dick Stablie’s Orch.
Pageant of Melody
News—Music
Golden Gloves Bouts
99 99
Sammy Kaye's Orch.
Bob Crosby's Orch.
Music, 1 hour
WJSV, 1,460k.
Aladdin's Kitchen
McDonald Grab Bag
McDonald Grab Bag
N M
Local News_
McDonald Grab Bag
Melody Madcaps
Mighty Show, serial
News—Music
Howie Wing
Arch McDonald
Sophiejucker_
Watch Your Step
Lum and Abner
Eddie Cantor
Cavalcade of America
Howard and Shelton
Radio Theater
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Guy Lombardo's Orch,
C. B. S. Workshop
M »•
News—Music
Sammy Kaye's Orch.
Paul Kaln's Orch.
Clyde Lucas' Orch.
Henry King's Orch.
Sign Off
THIS EVENING'S HIGH LIGHTS
8:00 p.m.—WJSV, Cavalcade of America dramatizes the story of
the Texas Rangers.
9:00 p.m.—WMAL, Violinist Adolf Busch and Pianist Rudolf Serkin
are heard during a broadcast portion of the Whittall
Foundation concert in the Library of Congress.
9:30 p.m.—WMAL, two 50-voice choirs from Westminster Choir
College and a supporting string ensemble are presented.
10:30p.m.—WMAL, Representative Joseph W. Martin, jr„ Massa
chusetts Republican and minority leader of the House
of Representatives, discusses Republican viewpoint on
national issues during The Star’s National Radio Forum.
11:15 p.m.—WOL, amateur boxing bouts are described.
SHORT-WAVE PROGRAM
6:20 p.m.—LONDON, B. B. C. Empire Orchestra, GSO, 19.7 m.,
15.18 meg.; GSD, 25.5 m., 11.75 meg.; GSC, 31.3 m., 9.58
meg.; GSB, 31.5 m., 9.51 meg.
7:00 p.m.—BERLIN. German Light Music, DJD, 25.4 m„ 11.77 meg.
7:00 p.m.—BUDAPEST, Night Song, HAT4, 32.8 m„ 9.12 meg.
7:30 p.m.—ROME, Folk Songs, 2RO, 25.4 m., 11.81 meg.; 1RF, 30.5
m., 9.83 meg.
8:30 p.m.—CARACAS, Theater of the Air, YV5RC, 51.7 m., 5.9 meg.
10:00 p.m.—GUATEMALA CITY, First Military Band, TGWA, 31 m.,
9.68 meg.
A.M.1 TOMORROW'S PROGRAM
6:00 I
6:15 I
6:30 Today's Prelude
6:45 [ " ''_
7:00 Today’s Prelude
7:15 Prelude—News
7:30 Lee fcverett
7:45 " "_
8:00 Lee Everett
8:15 " ''
8:30 Earl Godwin, news
8:45 Jack and Loretta
9:00 | Interlude
9:15 Breakfast Club
9:30 I " "
9:45 Gospel Singer
10:00 |Story of the Month
10:15 ! Josh Higgins, serial
10:30 Ranch Boys, songs
10[45 Airjweethearts_
11:00 ! Mary Marlin, serial
11:15 j Vic and Sade
11:30 Paul Page
11:45 I To Be Announced
Gordon Hittenmark
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Gordon Hittenmark
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News—Hittenmark
Gordon Hittenmark
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News—Happy Jack
Mary Mason
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{Central City, serial
{Other Wife, serial
{Plain Bill, serial
Woman in White_
David Harum, serial
Lorenzo Jones, serial
Widow Brown, serial
Road of Life, serial
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[News—Art Brown
Art Brown
Art Brown
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News—Art Brown
Art Brown
Art Brown
Cong. Breakfast
News—Art Brown
Art Brown
Art Brown
Waltz Themes
Comm. Calendar
Guide Posts
Pioneer Pathways
Singing Strings
Choir_Loft _____
^Freshwater's Band
Musical Potpourri
Keep Thin to Mush
|The Manhatters
Arthur Godfrey
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99 If
News—Godfrey
Arthur Godfrey
Magic Carpet
Arthur Godfrey_
Arthur Godfrey
Jean Abbey Shops
Women Make News
Bachelors' Children
Kilty Kelly, serial.
Myrt and Marge
Hilltop House, serial
Stepmother, serial
|Mary Lee faylor
Scattergood Baines
Big Sister, serial
ideal Life Stories
P.M.J____
12:00 Campus Kids
12:15 News—Music
12:30 Farm and Home Hour
12:45 " ”_
1:00 Farm and Home Hour
1:15 Farm Bulletins
1:30 Rochester Orch.
1:45 " "_
2:00 Science Everywhere
2:15 " "
2:30 Little Variety Show
2:45 ..
3:00 Indiana Indigo
3:<5 U. S. Army Band
3:30 " "
3:45 Between Book Ends
*4:00 Club Matinee
4:15 " "
4:30 ■ "
4:45 Evening Star Flashe:
5:00 Tune Types
5:15 Terry and Pirates
5:30 Don Winslow, serial
5:45 Tom Mix, serial
News—Music
O'Neills, serial
The Carters, serial
DevotionsI
Aloha Land
Encores, music
Women's Club Pgm.
Happy Gilmans
Betty and Bob
Grimm's Daughter
Valiant Lady, serial
Hymn Program__
Mary Marlin, serial
Ma Perkins serial
Pepper Young, serial
Guiding Light, serial
Backstage Wife
Stella Dallas, serial
Vic and Sade, serial
Girl Alone, serial_
Dick Tracy, serial
Your Family, serial
Jack Armstrong
Orphan Annie, serial
The Ross Trio
News—Music
Luncheon Music
String Orchestra
Church ot the Air
Bernie Cummins' Orch.
Wakeman's Sports
Wakeman's Sports I
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News—Sports
Wakeman's Sports
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Wakeman's Sports
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Organ Recital
Jimmy Scribner
La Forge Musicalo
Cocktail Capon
Tower Town Tempos
Nancy James, serial
Helen Trent, serial
Gal Sunday, serial
Goldbergs, serial
Life's Beautiful
Road of Life, serial
The Day Is Ours
News—Music
Dr. Susan, serial
School of the Air
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Aladdin's Kitchen
McDonald Grab Bag
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McDonald Grab Bag
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Local News
Before the Senate
McDonald Grab Bag
Melody Madcaps
iMighty Show, serial
AT YOUR
NEIGHBORHOOD
SANITARY
JFOOD STORE
SIRLOIN
or
PORTERNOUSE
' '' 1,1 The kind that fairly “melt in your mouth,”
CORNED BEEF tender, juicy, flavorful . . . every bite a
Made in Our £■ delight. Try your favorite cut and we are
Own Plant lb. ^ jC certain you’ll say “Sanitary meats for me
___from now on.”
PORK LOIN ROAST ">• 17*
KREY tS'sTve HAMS JKfta it. 29*
CUDAHY?eur,°S HAMS 55^^23*
Loin Lanfb Chops n>. 39c End Pork Chops_»». 19c
Breast of Lamb_u>. 10c Standard Bacon >/2 it>. 12c
SANICO BACON
Cut from the finest sugar-cured, U. S. No. 1
Bacon. Carefully selected to give the choice
slices with a good distribution of fat and lean.
You’ll enjoy the flavor, the crispness, the
quality.
BRIGGS SCRAPPLE
Good, old-fashioned corn meal mush with bits of
selected meat. Delicious when fried to a golden
brown. Made by Briggs under U. S. Government
inspection; then, before marketing, it must con
form to U. S. No. 1 grading specifications.
Sanitary’s PA0LRLK Sausage v Ll°-‘ — * 23*
Sanitary’s “L".1 Frankfurters_"> 25*
Red Jacket Ground Beef-»> 19*
Longhorn Cheese->b 15c
Argo Red Salmon-17c
Armour's corned Beef--2”™29c
Gorton's can | Qc I
Quaker puffed Wheat_pk* 7C
Carnation Milk_“ 6C
Grapefruit Juice ’il-"_» 5e
Grapefruit Juice s^'-l|c
Pineapple Juice imm£.--2«41c
Campbell's tomato Juice - 3,”20c
Campbell's Beans ^.. 3 ™ 19c
Argo Starch-ft 6C
Bon Ami Cake 8c Powder 2 cans 19c
Old Dutch Cleanser-«"6C
Palmolive or Camay _cake Jc I
Rinso or Oxydol-2 &• 35c
Chipso Flakes Gra”,„-ft 19«
Standard Crushed
CORN
Blue Ridge
PEAS
Cut Stringless
BEANS
I
Standard
TOMATOES ,
JUMBO
BREAD
The choice of thousands for
goodness, freshness and texture.
2 - 15®
:
Phillips Delicious Tomato Juice 5e
Silver Floss Sauerkraut-»!i 5C
Virginia Sweet Pancake Flour _pkg- 5C
Stokely's Honey Pod Peas_2 ~ 25c
Stokely's Finest Tomato Juice 3 »» 25e
Land O' Lakes Aged Cheese — ">• 25c
Land O' Lakes Evaporated Milk 3 17c
Prices are for District of Columbia until close of business Wednesday, March 8, 1939. Due to the
"Virginia Unfair Trades Practice Act” some prices are higher in that State. No sales to dealers.
OUR FAMOUS
GREEN BAG
COFFEE
Roasted daily In our own plant, re
talned in the whole bean until you
buy. Then ground fresh to suit
your type of utensil. A blend of
better coffees.
Pound
Airway . | A
COFFEE_lb
Sanico Ib_
COFFEE_ ««
COFFEE_,b 27C
BY
THE
POUND
The Ideal
Way to Buy
K Oranges
' and Grape
fruit.
Housewives by the thousand are
turning to the new way to buy
oranges and grapefruit ... by the
pound. Come in and weigh up your
needs.
FLORIDA
ORANGES
10 b 28c
FLORIDA
GRAPEFRUIT
10 b 25°
DELICIOUS APPLES
Red Western Box Variety
Red or Golden A Ik. 4 Alt
Locally A Ib## IW
Grown V "W
MAINE
POTATOES
Our third boatload of 20 carloads from the great potato State of
Maine. They come direct via the motor vessel “Penobscot” from
Bucksport, Maine, to Washington—a method of transportation
inaugurated recently by “Sanitary.” You’ll want several pounds
or an original bag at this low price.
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