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MONTANA
In this log when programs change daily, days of the week are abbreviated. Thus
MWThF means the program listed is heard on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday. ("'ABC, * * !MN, 'MBS).
FARMER-STOCKMAN STATION
MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
6:00 RISE 'N SHINE—includes
News at 6, 7:30 and
8; Music, Time, Tempera
ture, special feature, Break
fast at the Rainbow MWF
at 8:15
9:00*"Breakfast Club
10:00 Montana Wire
Music
Today at Buttreys
Mystery Tune Time
'Miles News
10:05
10:15
10:25
10:30
10:35
'Queen for a Day
11:00
11:1 5"'Whispering Streets
1 1:30
11:35
12:00
12:30
12:40
12:45
12:55
K'MON-O-Logue
* Kraft News
Musical Tour
Town and Country Time
Mason Smith News
Livestock Market
Montana Farmer-Stockman
GTA News
Polka Time
Grain Market
Weather Forecast
Bulletin Board
MELODY ROUNDUP, with
News, Features
THE PARTY LINE
with Hemingway at 4:15
'Miles News
* Krickcast
Let's Go to a Movie
Music
'News
Music
News and Sports
Music
G.F. Select Sports Show
K'MON Supper Club
1:00
1:10
1:13
1:15
1:20
3:30
5:30
5:35
5:40
5:45
6:00
6:05
6:15
6:30
6:45
6:55
'Miles News
TWILIGHT TIME
BASEBALL at Horn*
BASEBALL Away—
K'MON ALONG & LISTEN
Tribune News
K'MON ALONG & LISTEN
Weather and Sign Off
7:30
7:35
8:00
8:30
10:30
11:00
11:15
12:00
SATURDAY
RISE 'N SHINE—includes
News at 6, 7:30 and 8;
Music, Time, Temperature
Morning Melodies
WMF Program
'News
Morning Melodies
Today at Buttreys
Special Feature
6:00
9:00
9:30
9:45
9:50
10:15
10:25
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Musical Tour
10:30
10:50 'Kraft News
10:55 'GAME OF THE DAY
Saturday Serenade
Weekend News
Saturday Serenade
4:00"'Weekend News
'Wheel of Chance
Saturday Serenade
'News
1:30
3:00
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3:05
4:05
4:30
5:00
5:05 ' 'Bandstand USA
MSC Diary
Let's Go to a Movie
5:30
5:45
'Kraft News
5:55
6:00"'Red Foley Show
'Sport Flashes
'Bandstand USA
6:30
6:35
7:00"'Weekend News
7:05 Music
7:30 'Miles News
7:35 Music
8:00 BASEBALL—
10:30 K'MON ALONG & LISTEN
11:00 Tribune News
11:15 K'MON ALONG & LISTEN
12:00 Weather and Sign Off
SUNDAY
Gospel Hour
Sunday Melodies
Old Fashioned Revival Hour
8:30"'Voice of Prophecy
9:00
9:30
10:00
10:30
11:00
12:00
12:05
6:30
7:00
7:30
Christian Reformed Church
Sunday Melodies
Sunday Melodies
Lutheran Hour
1st Methodist Church
News Reporter
A DATE WITH DELLY
Melody Mill
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1:00
BASEBALL—
2:00
Melody Mill
Weekend News
Melody Mill
Paul Harvey
Melody Mill
4:30
* * *
5:00
5:05
6:00
6:15
7:00"'Weekend News
7:05 Melody Mill
7:30 'John T. Flynn
7:35 'Family Theatre
8:00"'Weekend News
* * *
Melody Mill
Ave Maria Hour
K'MON ALONG & LISTEN
Weekend News
K'MON ALONG 8> LISTEN
Montana News
K'MON ALONG & LISTEN
Weather and Sign Off
8:05
8:30
9:00
10:00
10:05
11:00
11:05
12:00
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arm; restrained him, cautioned him.
Perhaps the great spirit of the medicine
dance would intercede for them yet,
she thought. She had prayed. And their
love had been chaste.
The warrior-youth and his Indian
maiden-sweetheart—another's wife to
have been—departed to the desolate,
dry valley in the sand hills above the
settlement to await their sentence. Per
haps, silent arrows coming from unseen
hands would slay them quickly.
Only the stars kept vigil with them
through the night . . .
Nepahwis waited defiantly, while he
watched the red glow, the dawn, which
proclaimed the coming sun. Soon the
fier;' eye would peep over the hill-top
down into the valley. Weenoona and he
had pledged again their own vows of
fidelity, even though they had broken
the sacred, traditional law of the tribe.
If it was death, perhaps it would come
quickly, they were ready. There w'as
a vague legend of others dying here
for similar offenses.
A SCORNFUL, DEFIANT, young
w'arrior with his arms folded across
Sure Sign
When honeymoons are over, here
Is one sure way to tell;
He uses both hands now to steer
And or ce more does it well.
W. L. Cerveny
his breast, standing straight, Weenoona
beside him, was what the chief saw, at
sunrise, when he looked down from a
hilltop.
No one saw when Achoosha turned,
smiled sadly into the morning sun,
while he fitted an arrow to a bow,
drew the feathered end back, easily,
to his ear—Achoosha was young, strong,
a worthy chief—and shot toward them.
The arrow quivered in the ground at
their feet. Both looked, surprised. Ne
pahwis, reached, plucked it up, looked
up quickly to see Achoosha raise his
hand, wave his deer-skin robe, disap
pear.
The sentence!
On the arrow's shaft, tied neatly,
near the feathered end, in a way to
keep it balanced, not to hinder its
flight, was a bouquet of flowers.
In the center was a bud which would
bloom, soon into a red rose. At one
side of the bud was a wild morning
glory flower, on another a daisy, then
a violet. Through the flowers and about
them, were gathered green grass blades.
"The sentence of Achoosha! "A mes
sage!" Nepahwis exclaimed.
IN ITS SILENT language,, each flow
er spoke to them both.
The rose said; "I can't help it—I
still love you both."
The daisy murmured; "Peace."
While the morning-glory, a wander
ing flower, continued: "Go your way."
The violet smiled: "Keep faith and
fidelity."
Whispered the grass blades; "May
you and your children found a new tribe
which will prosper, number in war
riors as we, the grass."
More grim was the voice of the ar
row: "I spare your lives, but you must
go—go far away, because, I must up
hold the laws and traditions of my
tribe and people."
"Weenoona! Weenoona! He has spok
en- Achoosha has spoken!" The young
warrior clasped the maiden to him,
softly he whispered. "It will be better,
going far away, knowing Achoosha still
loves us.
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Patterns 25c each
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Chicago 6, Ill.

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