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NdVEMBEtt 16,19SO DAIL1? NEWS PAGE 19 INFORMATION; mL, " 9:00 o clock for the same day'* publication. Just Phone 1000 ADS are taken by phone and charged direct to advertiser without previous credit afranjje- ment. Ada ate accepted with the understanding they will be paid for within one week. Such ads earn lowest discounted rates. ERRORS In advertising should bs reported immediately. The Rhinelander Dally News is responsible for only one Incorrect Insertion. Low Word Rates Minimum 15 words Charge Cash 5c 4c || c | 0c I5c H C CHARGED ADS allowed cosh tate When paid within one week after expiration. CROUP of figures count as one word: each initial is considered •ame as a word. Example: Dally News Box 6 .five words . Rives ......... three words A. Smith «t Compnny .. .four words Phone 1000 ............ two word* Six days for less than Cost of four I -day ads, Second three days for less than half cost of first three. Order for 6 days—Cancel anytime Charge at rate earned. How to Write Ads ADVERTISERS are odvised'to write WANT ADS In natural tone, expressing proposition clearly, completely. Low word rates allow full description at small cost. "The more you tell the quicker you sell" COPY accepted with understanding It may be edited, re-arranged to suit •tyle. All ads restricted to proper classification. How Ads Are Arranged WANT ADS offering a place to live •uch as house, apnrtment, flat, room, should begin with the street and number; used car with make of car; employment with kind of work, business service with particular kind of work done, etc. Ads so starting, arranged alphabetically come first in classification, others follow. Classifications-* ANNOUNCEMENTS— I—Flowers ' 2—Funeral Director* 3—Lodges, Societies 4—Lost and" Found 5—Monuments, Memorial! 6—Recreation 7—Personals 8—Transportation IERVICES— T 9—Air Conditioning, Insulating 10—Auto Service, Repairing 11—Auto Storage, Parking 12—Beauty Parlor* : 13—Building Trade* M—Business Service 1 J 5—Cleaning, Laundering ! §^ET?*»maj£lng, Sewing 17—Frozen Food .Locker* 18—Furniture, Repair* 19—Moving, Trucking, Storage 20—Painting, Decorating 21—Plumbing, Heating, Roofinf '22—Professional Service Classification*- 23— Radio Service jU—Weldiftfc Machin* k Wofk 25— Wanted— Buslnes* Sefvlc« Who Use Them! Call 1000 26— keifs Wanted— Pefnaf* 27— Help Wanted— Male 28— Help— Male of Female 29 — Situations Wanted — Femai* 3p--Sltuatlons Wonted— Male 31— Beauty Culture 32— Correspondence Courses 33 — Instruction Courses 34 — Private Instruction 35 — Technical Instruction 36 — Wanted Instruction FINANCIAL-. 3 1 — Businei* Opportunities .38 — Insurance 3 9— In vestment* 40 — Money to Loan 41 — Wanted — to Borrow LIVESTOCK— 42— Dogs, Pets, Supplies 43— Horses, Cattle, Stock 44— Poultry, Eggs, Supplies 45 — Veterinarians, Kennels 46 — Wanted — Livestock 47 — Farm. Dairy Products . 48— Farm Implements, Itnrness FARM AND GARDEN— 49— Fertilizer, Sod, Topsoil 50 — Fruits and Vegetables 51 — Hay, Grain, Feed 52 — Hunting, -Fishing, Privileges 53 — Logs, posts, Lumber 54 — Seeds, Nursery Stock 55— Wanted— Farm Products HOMES AND BUSINESS— . 56 — Antiques, Coins, Stamps 57 — Articles for Sale 58 — Baby Merchandise 59— Books, Periodicals 60 — Building Materials 61 — Business Equipment 62 — Coal, Wood, Other Fuel 63 — Furniture, Rugs, Linoleum 64 — Good Things to Eat 65 — Guns, Sporting Goods 66— Household Articles 67 — Jewelry, Watches, Diamonds 68 — Machinery and Tools 69 — Musical Merchandise 70 — Radios, Supplies 71 — Refrigerators 72 — Sewing Machined 73 — Specials at the Stores 74 — Stoves, Furnaces, Parts 75 — -Swaps 76 — Typewriters 77 — Vacuum Cleaners 78 — Washing, Ironing Machines 79 — Wearing Apparel, Furs 80 — Wanted — To Buy ROOMS AND MEALS— 81 — Hotels, 'Tourist Places 82 — 'Meals, Refreshments 83— Rooms .with Meals 84 — Rooms without Meals 85 — Rooms for Housekeeolng 86 — Summer Resorts 87 — Wanted — .Rooms. M-;ali RENTALS— "88 — Apartments, Flats 89 — Apartments, Furnished 90 — Business Places for Rent 91 — Farms, Land for Rent 92 — Garages for Rent 93 — Houses for Rent 94 — Resorts, Lodges, Camps .. 95— Wanted— To Rent REAL ESTATE FOR SALE— 96 — Business Property for Sale 97— Farms, Lands for Sale 98 — Houses for Sole 99 — Lots for Sale 100 — Resorts, Lake Property IOJ — Sale or Rent, Exchange 1 02 — Wanted — Real Estate ' \UTOMOTIVE— : 103 — Airplanes, Parts 104 — Accessories, Tires, Parts 105 — Auto. Trucks for Hire 106 — Boats, Motors, Accessories 107 — Motorcycles, Bicycles' •' . -1081— Trucks, Tractors, Trailers 109 — Used Cars AUCTION SALES— 111 — Auctioneers 112 — Farm Auction Calendar f ATOM SET BEATS "FISSION"-" ivmior is very precocious, he mignt go for one or these junior atomic scientist sets,, demonstrated here by a couple of New York youngsters. The Jab set includes a Geiger counter, a cloud chamber and a fluorescent screen to show radioactive material disintegrating, " DABNfD NJ©£ 0F THJEM—Wtien tbe w tioo picture, "The Damttsd D,o»'t Cry," played 9t ttos am-ltogto^ Wis., theater, the aianugement decided to tpjne down the forthright title. The marquee sigu sho\ya above was Ibe r,es,wlt. Announcements NORTH STATE GRANITE WORKS Memorials—Beauty i n R em embfahce 722 Coon St. Phone 704-J. Personal* Notice to Subscribers of The Daily News For Missed Papers Call 1000 Weekdays and Saturday Mornings Call Ben Lewis at 1504 after 7 P. M. Weekdays " and Saturday Afternoons Your Paper Will Promptly Be Delivered! Services Auto Service, Repairing IO Radiator & Tire Repairing Kuhl'sTiraShop Phone ISO 203 '\V. Davenport Beauty Parlors 12 Unwanted Hair Eradicated from any part of tho body with Saca-Pelo, a remarkable discovery of the ago. Saca-Pelo contains no harmful ingredient, and will destroy the hair root. Lor-Beer Laboratories 679 Granville Street Vancouver. B. C. Baildlnr Trade* IS PLASTERING AND PATCHING JERRY LINDEN PHONE 1286-W Business Service 14 COMMERCIAL & JOB PRINTING "The Way You Want it— When You Want It" J-N-J Printing Co. 57 S. Stevens St. Phone 87 VACUUM FURNACE CLEANING SWEO TRANSFER CO. Phone 5-W. 156 S. Steveru Professional Services 22 CHIROPRACTIC For Better Health F. J. ROSE. D. C. 55-A South Brown Above Penney's Read for Profit Services Radio EXPERT RADIO —SERVICE— Budreau's 62 M. firowjv ^hftfle 846 Employment Help Wanted—Female 26 BEAUTY OPERATOR — Wanted. Full •timo. By the middle of December. Hotel Beauty. Shop, Tomahawk, Wisconsin. COMPETENT GIRL — Or middle-age woman wanted for general house work. Three in family; automatic washer and dryer. Private room, pleasant living conditions, highest Wages. P. O. Box 815, Wnusau, Wis. Help Wanted—Mate 27 SALESMEN IT'S HERE! A new design tow chnin, sells on si K ht, nothing like it. The field is uncrowded. Snaps on bumper in a flash. The harder you pull the tighter it clings. For exclusive territoty, write or see THE INTERNATIONAL STEEL CO. 440 Sexton Bldg. Mpls. 15, Minn. SALESMEN WANTED — If you ore around 50 to 55 years of age and have encountered difficulty getting employment, why not go into business for yourself retailing Rawleigh Pro. ducts? Good opportunity to develop permanent and profitable business hi Oneidn county. Write Rawleigh's, Dept. WSJ-I02-HH, Minneapolis. Minn. Financial Insurance 38 GOING HUNTING? Buy a hunters accident policy for as little as $I.IC which provides death indemnity and payment of medical expenses. LEAD BETTER-WENDT, INC. Livestock Horses, Cattle, Stock 43 THREE YEAR OLD GUERNSEY HEI- PER—.With second calf, for sale. Also 4 tons loose hay. William Gillen, Route 2, Highway I 7, opposite Lo,st Lake. Farm and Garden Fruits and Vegetables 50 Rutabagas For Sale UNWAXED—$1.40—Hundred IBs. WAXED—$1.75—Hundred Ibs. SMALL UNWAXED—$1.00—Hundred Ibs. Delivery Once a Week John Zdroik, Starks Homes and Business Articles for Sale 57 RUPTURED? Trusses: spring $7 up elastic, $4 up. Back, abdominal anc post-operative supports, Elastic hosiery, kneecaps, anklets, crutches anc canes. WEBBENS. WRITE YOUR WANT-AD DETERMINE THE RATE MAIL IT TODAY! CONVENIENT CASH RATE CHART Bate Per Word IS wordi 16 words 17 words 18 words 1 9. words i • 20 words . 21 words 22 words 23. words 24 words 25 words 26 words...^ 27 words 28 words 29 words 30 words 1 Time 4c Word $0.60 0,64 0.68 0,72 0.76 0.80 0.84 0.88 0.92 0.96 1.00 1.04 1.08 1.12 1.16 1.20 3 Times lOc Word $1.50 1.60 1.70 1.8p 1.90 2.00 2,10 2.20 2.30 2.40 2.50 2.60 2.70 2.80 2.90 3.00 6 Times 14c Word , »2-i" • '2.24 • ;•'..• 2.38 • 2.S2 2.66 2.60 2.94 3.08 3.22 3.36 3.50 3.64 3.78 3.92 4-08 4.20 REMEMBER, to Buy, Sell! Hire or locate lost articles, a Rhinelander Daily News Want Ad is easy to place, costs so little, and will bring THE BEST RESUI/TSI — — ail> AND MAIL- -* PUiiifled Department Tbe Rhinelander paily Newi Rhinelander, Wisconsin Enclosed find ... for the following 14 to run . , . ttmjf. (15 Word Minimum) l R the low cost of 9 New* Wg«H-A4 — y^ $& w^ go toto wore $b§a 4.QQQ tames eacb'toy it »ppewe to fee p*pfr. Rhinelander Daily News Homes and Sustain Article* fa* sate 5} STAMPED PILLOW CASES — Scarfs 18x42 to match, Nuns bollproof threads, crochet cottons, assorted colors. 628 Randall Ave. Coat, Wood, Other roe! 62 • Fireplace Wood • Maple tt Birch Body Wood • Choice Hardwood Slabs BLACK ARROW COAL Le,ss Than 3H % Ash RHINELANDER ICE «t FUEL CO. —PHONE 560— , ftirnltare, R aga , 6* DAVENPORT AND CHAIR — In good condition; living room chair, radio, miscellaneous articles. Reasonable. 115 E. King. Phone 1085-J. Recover your old chair seats and table tops with Plastic Leatherette. Available Now I WALLPAPER «c DRAPERY SHOP 1001 Coon St. Phone 352 "FOR TILE WITH STYLE" t —CALL 924-W-ACE FLOOR COVERING WALNUT DINING ROOM SUITE—With 6 chairs, Jbuffct and china cabinet. 406 Pearl St. Phone 867. Good Things <o Eat 64 At the ... BIG JO BAKERY FRESH PASTRIES AND ROLLS DAILY "Cnll in Your Order" —PHONE 77— Machinery and Tools 68 RIP SAW—.With table, 10 Inch saw and 4 cylinder LeRoy motor, factory built, $65; C.H.E. power winch with 2 cylinder LeRoy motor, mounted on 2 rubber wheels, $100. 442 Gardner Street, South Beloit, Illinois. Stoves, Furnaces, Parta 74 ELECTRIC RANGE—For sale Full size, A-1 condition. Phone 143-W. ELECTRIC STEAM RADIATOR— FOR SALE. PORTABLE. $25. PHIL HORR. KITCHEN RANGE—For sale. Very good condition $25. Sallet's Cottage, </, mile East of Woodruff. $35.00 DISCOUNT—New gas or electric water heaters, also Norge Refrigerators, apaitment electric ranges and gas ranges. Laurel, 12 miles North on FURNACE REPAIRING Free Estimates & Inspection HOLLAND FURNACE CO. PHONE 1442 701 Keenan St. Hunters' Special! WOOD RANGE • $25 WOOD & GAS COMBINATION • $50 Both are iddal for hunter's camp. Lloyd's Music Store Phone 564 52 N. Brown New Oil Burning Space Heater 32,000 B.T.U. — $44.50 RHINELANDER APPLIANCE PHONE 18-R . 401 S. Pelham Real Estate for Sale ttofiiet !«* Sale §§ BUSINESSES HOMES & COTTAGES YEAR AROUND HOME on Velvet Lake, I Stall garage, landscaped. Reasonable. TWO-FAMILY HOME on south side, garage, large lot. Priced right. SEVEN ROOM HOUSE, west side, oil heat, very comfortable home; immediate Occupancy, owner will finance half of purchase price. SEVEN ROOM HOUSE, Eagle St., garage, furnace, a very nice home. SEVEN ROOM HOUSE, Old Colony, rental upstairs, less than $3,000. NEW HOME on Fau,st Lake Road, oil heat, owner leaving cily. Priced for immediate sale. In Addition Cottages, taverns, business properties, etc., for detailed information and inspection cnll; Rhinelonder Business Service , Phone 837 ot 968-R 108 E. Davenport C h o.i c e lake frontage, business properties and homes. Herman A. Bostrom REAL ESTATE BROKER "Always at Your Service" PHONE 1919 Lota for Sale 99 LOTS IN RIVERSIDE ADDITION—F.or sale. Located south of Soo Line tracks. Also 80 acres unimproved in the Town of Newbold. Write: W. M. Gunderson, .Box 4$, Helena. Montana. Automotive . Accessories, Tires, Parts 1O4 Get Your Auto Tire Chains Now At Wards! Don't Take Chances! * •& Regular and Lug Grip Tire Chains —$6.25 & Up— 6.00x16 and all other sizes Visit Wards automotive department for all other auto accessories including Power Grip Tires and Anti-Freeze. Montgomery Ward BASEMENT Wearing: Apparel, Furs 79 DRESSES AND SKIRTS—For sale. Also raincoat, wool suit and fur jacket. All size 12. Phone 1799-R. Have Your Tires . . . RECAPPED WITH THE FIRESTONE KNOBBY TREAD *Rather be safe and sure than be sorry 1 The Firestone Factoiy Method of re capping adds more mileage to your tires tool See us today I Moritz Bros. Tire Shop Phone 922-W • 813 Thayer St. Winter Coats For Sale HUDSON SEAL COAT Newly Remodeled. Size 16, • $20.00 CHESTERFIELD COAT Forest Green. Size 15. • $5.00 PHONE 1799-W Or .Inquire 1 ' at . . . 426 W. PEARL ST. Wanted—To Buy 80 WANTED TO BUY- LI sed laundry Stove, Phone 1799-W, PULPWOOD WANTED Rough or Peeled • Popple • Birch • Spruce • Balsam • Pine • Hemlock . ATTRACTIVE PRJCES RELIABLE MARKET C, V. Branham Lumber Company WHOLESALE DIVISION Phone 33 I Eagle River, Wis. Rentals Houses for Rent 2-BEDROOM HOUSE — For rent. Modern, winterized, four rooms; refrigerator, Hot Point electric stove. Phone I92-W-4. Resorts, Codecs, Ca»p« 94 4-ROOM COTTAGE—For rent. One-bedroom, year around, available in about one week. Phone 1784-R, Grills Landing. VV»nte4-T« WANTED TO RENT—GARAGE IN COURT HOUSE AREA. PHONE 705. Utol Estate for Salt ... NORTHLAND LAKES. INC. • RfiftJ Estate. M. R. Jel/ris. Pr«|. 'b.one .§.0,3. Merchants State Bajnk 8W« AQ.O BLOCK N. STEVENS ST. — Six room, borne with bath and bedroom on c<M«ucCer pWerg to close 'e*t»te,"Tg *fce property—Phone 4748. Legal Advertisements NOTICE OF HEARING ON APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR LICENSE. The following application for license has been filed with the undersigned as Clerk for the Town of Pine Lake, Oneida county, Wisconsin: NAME: Merlyn P. Childs. ADDRESS: Rt. 2. KIND OF LICENSE: BB. LOCATION: Lot 3, Joe Sernphin's Lake Cret-k sub-division Sec 29, T37, R9. Said application will be considered by the Town Board at a meeting to be held at the Town Hall on the 30th clay of November at 8 p. m. and at any adjourned or subsequent meetings until said application has been fully disposed of by the Town Board. Carl Peterson, Clerk II/I4/3T NOTICE OF HEARING—FINAL SETTLEMENT—DETERMINATION OF HEIRS—INHERITANCE TAX, ETC. Chapter 317. State of WisconJU, County Court, Oneida County " In the Matter of the Ancillary Estate of H. N. Segerstrom, Deceased. Notice is hereby given thut at a term of said Court to be held on Tuesday, the 5th day of December, 1950, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said cluv, at the Court House in the City of Rhinelander, in said County, there will be heard and considered: The application of A. J. O'Melia, administrator of the ancillary estate of H. N. Segerstrom, deceased, late of East Farms, State of Washington, for the examination and allowance- of his final account, which account is now on file in said Court, and for the allowance of debts or claims paid in good faith without filing or allowance as required by law, for the determination of who are the heirs of said decedent, and for the assignment of the residue of the estate of said deceased to such persons as are by law entitled thereto; and for the determination and adjudication of the inheritance tux, if any, payable in said estate. Dated November I, 1950. By Older of the Court, H. F. Steele, Judge. O'Melia 6c Kaye, Atorneys. 11/2,9. 16 Classified Display "Good Will" Used Cars 1949 PONTIAC! HYDRAMATIC DELUXE CQUPE 1939 PONTIAC FORDOR ' 1937 D. T. 1M: TON LWB 1949 CADILLAC "63" FORDOR 1936 PONTIAC TUDOR 1938 PONTIAC TUDOB Better Truck Buys! J946 INT. 1-TON PICKUP 1947 INT. 3/4 TON PANEL 1940 D. T. 1-TON PIC&UP 1937 D. T. 1% TON LWB Wendlond Mo tor Co- WLAD 345 PHONE Automotive Autos, Tfttcks far tti»e 10* NEW CARS FOR RENT B? the Hour — Day — w*»k „ REASONABLE RATES H«f« pflv.ur.9elf System LIcMtM QUALITY CHEVROLET CO. Phone 1991 129 N. Br'owfi f flicks, tfactofs, 108 CHEVROLET—1949 2 ton truck and trnilcf. Inquire Schoeneck's Texaco Service. ALLIS CHALMERS — Model B wheel trnctof with cultivator. Exceptional buy. Horr Cujvert Co. Used C*ttt 109 1948 1948 1946 1948 1940 1939 1938 1935 USED CARS KAISER FORDOR CHEVROLET TUDOR BUICK SUPER FORDOR DODGE FORDOR BUICK SPECIAL TUDOR BUICK FORDOR SEDAN CHEVROLET TUDOR PONTIAC 5-Door Quality Chevrolet Company WLAD 1054 Phone 1991 129 N. BROWN Run Your Eyes Over These Values! 1949 FORD TUDOR 1948 CHRYSLER HIGHLANDER CONVERTIBLE 1948 WILLYS JEEP PICKUP 1947 FORD CONVERTIBLE 1947 PLYMOUTH FORDOR 1947 FORD TRUCK 1946 PONTIAC STATION WAGON 1941 MERCURY COACH 1941 CHEVROLET TUDOR 1941 CHEVROLET COUPE 1941 PONTIAC "6" COACH 1040 INTERNATIONAL PICKUP 1939 PACKARD CLUB COUPE 1938 PACKARD SEDAN Special Today! ! 1946 Mercury Fordor Sedan —$855— ON El DA MOTOR SALES "Your Friendly Ford Dealer" WLAD I 190 Automotive 109 1937 STUDEBAKER—For Ml*. Best fer. Can be seen at 1234 Olson. 1948 CHEVROLEt 2-DOOR — 25,000 miles. Excellent Condition. Reasonable. Phone Eagle River. I54-F.3I. 1946 PLYMOUTH FORDOR—For ftuM.. Good condition, new tires. Write P O Box 295, Rhlnelander. 1935 MASTER CHEVROLET—For sole. In excellent condition. Con be Sfen across from Trails End Tavern. Evenings only. GOOD WILL USED CARS 1950 PONTIAC CATALINA SUPER DELUXE—Demonstrator l<>48 CADILLAC 62 FORDOR SEDAN Clean and Well Equipped. 1047 PONTIAC TORPEDO SEDAN COUPE—Fully Equipped. 1949 NASH FORDOR SEDAN 9.000 Miles Actually! 1942 PONTIAC SEDAN COUPE New Paint. Radio find Heater. 1942 PLYMOUTH FORDOR SPECIAL DELUXE—Good Motor. Many others to choose from CALL FOR EVENING APPOINTMENT Lehman Pontiac' WLAD 1799 WOODRUFF, wis. Legal Advertisements Use for Results RESOLUTION AND NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER AMENDMENT TO THE CITY OF RHINELANDER ZONING ORDINANCE AND CHANGES IN BOUNDARIES WHEREAS, a zoning ordinance was adopted by the Common Council of the Cily of Rhinelander. together' with a District Map, on the 23rd day of February, WHEREAS, experience has indicated that certain changes seem desirable in the zoning regulations and in the boundaries of the various districts as outlined in tho following schedule: THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED by the Common Council of the City of Rhinelnnder, Wisconsin, that n public hearing be held in the Council Rooms of the City Hall at 7:30 n. m. on the 27th day of November, 1950, «or the purpose of considering the following listed changes, at which hearing all interested persons arc invited to express their opinion of the proposed changes, 1 and any person living in the immediate vicinity of the proposed changes in dis. trlct boundaries that is opposed to said change in boundaries .should present n. written petition opoosiriK same in conformance with Section 19.12 of the said ordinance. SCHEDULE OF PROPOSED CHANGES IN ZONING ORDINANCE: Lots One and Two (I & 2) of Block One ( I ), and Lots One. Two, Three, Four. Five and Six (1. 2, 3, 4, 5, & 61 of Block Two (2) of Cohn, Bins and SHm- mers Third Addition, and Lots One (I) and Two (2) of Block Twelve (12) of S. H. Alban's Second Addition to the City of Rhinelander, from Residential District to Lieht Industrial District. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that it is the intention of the Common Council of the City of Rhinelander to adopt any or all of the afore.said changes at the regular meeting of the said Council to be held on the 27th day of November. 1950, or as soon thereafter as practical. Moved by Alderman Pecoi. Seconded by Alderman Danfield, That thy Resolution be adopted as read. MOTION CARRIED. CERTIFICATE OF TH CITY CLERK I, JEAN CILBERTSEN. City Clerk of the City of Rhinelander, Wisconsin, hereby certify that the foregoing Resolution was adopted at a regular meeting of 'the Common Council of the City of Rhinelander held in November, 1950. Jean Gilbertsen, City Clerk. 11/16,21,25 Classified Display $1000 Cash Reward TO THE PERSON WHO PROVES WE ARE NOT . . . 'Turning 'em Over" During Our... GIANT USED CAR SALE Nov. 13 Thru Nov. 18 FOLTZ MOTORS Minocqua, Wis. WLAD 2140 MUTUAL, WOBT- 1240 Kc THURSpAY &VENINC 8 9 10 :00—Fulton Uewls—Newt :IS—Sports Spotlight :20—Eusy Listening :30—Gabriel Heatter :45—News :55—Great Moments in Sports :00—The Story Teller : 15—Behind The Story :30—Rod and Gun Club :45—Rod and Gun Club :00—Limerick Show :I5—Limeiick Show :30—Milt Hearth Trio :->5—Lean Back and Listen :00—Frank Edward : 15—The Three Suns :30—.Family Theater :45—Family Theater :00—News :I5—Dance Orchestra :30—Dane Orchestra :45—Dance Orchestra 11:00—Sigq Off FSIDAY MQWSUttQ : 4 4— Sign O* : 4 5— Polka Party 8 -.05 — Rise : 30— Rise *oji :*5— Rise and SMee :00— News : 1 5— Record P«rty :30 — Names in the New* •— :55 — News 10 11 :00—Robert Huileigh :I5—MorninK. Devotions :30-—Sincerely Yours Harmonies :00—Ladies Fair :I5—Ladies Fair : 30—Queen for a Da.y = 45—Queen for a Day . :00—Kate Sroitlj . . :I5—Mainly For Women :30—Calling Prograjn :<15—Jack Hunt Show " FRIDAY 12 1 4 :00 — Luncheon Melodies : 1 5 — Bulletin Board :20— Luncheon Melodic* :30 — News at Noon :$5 — Sketches in Melody :00 — Perry Mason :I5 — Music io Morgan :30— S*y It With Mu»ic :45— Say it With Mu.ic :00 — Music for Miuocqu4 : 15 — Music for &44&PC^|AUL :30 - Mu»ic fpr T««M»J»*W,k :45 — Music for Torn»tm»<k ;UU- Mu»k ior E#yie Riv«r :I5 — Music (or EauU River :30- B * D :45 B ft D : 00— Melody : 1 5— Melody :3Q—M«l«dy :55 - Melody :00 Mark Tr<ul :IS- Mark Trail Yu

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