The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on March 24, 1947 · Page 2
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Radio Highlights ! H.v C. U. BUTTKHKlfcJLD .->Ncw 1'ork, March 215—Lily l j ons is a. radio guest asain on Monday J)ifi:ht. Likewise-, it is another re•turn visit for her to tho Don Voorhees concert of .N'BC at 9 o'clock. She will, present her usual three numbers. '•It beintf another Monday, there jfci the regular full roster of guest drama presentations, which this time are offering these productions- NBC—S Cavalcade of America, "The Man \Vho Stepped Aside" story of William H. Seward, Lincoln's .Secretary of State, with Thomas Mitchell in the lead. CKS—-9 Radio Theater in a version of "Smoky." about a ranch horse and people, leads to be taken by Joel McCrea and Rita Johnson. CBS—id Screen Guild production this time to he "The -Moon Is Our Home." ;' Without actually .saying so, ABC mimmiiuiiiimimu. | BETTER HOMES, Int. | = 434 W. Wash. St. Phone 376 = ' Johns Manville Home Insulation * STARLAND * ROLLER RINK Security Road 1 Block from Pangborn Blvd. I Skating Sessions 8-10:30 P.M. MONDAYS and THURSDAYS.-! RESERVED FOR PRIVATE PARTIES = Sunday Matinee 2-4 P.M. | JL, Special Rates to Parties nd the 10:25 a. in. sponsor is re- lacing Hymns of A1J Churches, loiiday through Friday series. In- lead the program'will be that of Betty Crocker in an if.punded aeries >f discussion about homeimUdng". hey are calling it "The Magazine f the Air." At 7:30 p. rn. Monday. Tuesday, vediic-sday and Friday, NBC also s making a change. Instead of the -ecently introduced Manor House •arty, there -will be the Skip Farel! show. This program previously lad been included in the ABC list- ngs for Monday and Tuesday lights. ABC i* rearranging its schedule roin 10:15 on so that it can carry lie second half of the final game jf NCAA basketball tournament rom New York. Tuning In Further NBC — 11 a. in. Fred Waring misic; 2 p. m. Today's Children; 5:45 Front E'age Farrell; 7 Supper club and Brian Donlevy; S:30 How- ird Barlow concert; Goodman rge; LO Contented concert and Three Suns; 10:30 Doc 1. Q. quiz. CBS—9:15 a. in. Oklahoma roundup; 1 p. m. Big Srster; 4 House iarty; 6:SO Red Barber and Bucky ilarris; 7:'JO Bob Hawk quiz; S Inner .Sanctum's "Black is For Death;" 0 Joan Davis comedy: 10:30 •Sweeney and March, more comedy: 11:30 William Hess concert. ABC—9 a. m. Breakfast club; 2:30 p. m. Bride and Groom; 4 Tommy Bartlett show; 7:30 Lone Ranger; S:30 Sherlock Holmes; 9 The Beulah show; 9:30 Sammy Kaye band; 10 Doctors Talking. MBS—11:30 a. m. Easy Does It; 12:30 p. in. Coast Guard on Parade; 3 Ben Alexander program: 7:15 Vincent "Lopez band; S McGarry and His Mouse; S:30 Gregory Hood Casebook; 0:30 Guy Lombardo orchestra; 10 Fish and Hunt; 10:30 Family Doctor drama. WJEJ—Hagerstown 1240 ON VOUU DIAL THEY'LL DO IT, EVERY TIME 6:30 6:45 7:00 7:15 S:00 S:05 8:15 S:30 8:45 3:00 MONDAY'S PllOORAM Dixie SereYiaders. Farm Program and News. Gene and His Gang. Rise and Shine. News. Rise and Shine. Happy Birthday Club. Little Record Show. Family Altar. News. By JIMMY HATLO VOURTDCER 4'T WHAT IT USEOTO AVOID O/E&EXER TON AND GOING UP AND SEE'MEASAIN WEDNESDAY OC.LAMB UPSTAIRS Report Is Made Reporting that 162 persons were laced in jobs here by the Maryand State Employment Service luring the first three weeks of March, Manager D. Paul Shilling aid this figure exceeded the num jer placed during the entire month of February. He stated that most of the place- nents being made are with small firms and industries that ask for one or two workers. The larger ndustries are hiring few workers at present. The Morning Herald, Hagerstown, Md. THREE Momlny, March 'M, 1<J47. There are nearly a score o£ living species of penguins. Martin Storage Co. 705 Penna. Ave. LOCAL MOVING Phones 62—1677-J—4188 Storage space available for Household Goods Fleisher's Thrift Dep't. - 3rd Floor SAVE TUESDAY In Our WONDERFUL Pre- Easter Sale NEW Fashions — NEW Accessories Our Thrift Department values always bring- a crowd. Wherever there's a crowd there is something going on. There will be plenty going on tomorrow. Loans Made On Homes Since 1898 A Natural Source For e Home Financing is the Home Builders Savings & Loan Assn. 128 W. Washington St. Phone 3233 NOW SHOWING CONTINUOUS 1 to 11 (MIMITE COLBERT Who Has the Chance To Love ... But Hesitates! WAITER PIDGEd Who Is Caught in A Strange Love Duel! IMEALOSd Who Has No Right To Love ... But Does! M-G-M 9:05 Melodies by Malcolm 0:30 Novelty Time. 9:45 Music in the Letter 9:55 Musical Interlude. 10:0 Arthur Gaeth. 10:15 Morning Devotion. 10:30 Say It With Music. 10:45 Art Baker. 11:00 Friendly Philosopher. 11:15 Tell Your Neighbors. 11:30 Shopper's News. 12:00 Civic News. 12:15 Luncheon'Melodies. 12:30 Coast Guard on Parade. 1:00 Jackie Hill show 1:15 Special Features. 1:30 Merv Griffin show 1:45 Bobby Ndrris and His Sing-ing: Strings. 2:00 Cedric Foster. 2:15 Smile Time. 2:3C Queen for a Day. 3:00 Heart's Desire. 3:30 May We Help'You? 3:45 Afternoon Melodies. 4:00 Turn Table Time. 4:15 Johnson Family. 4:30 Turn Table Time. 4:45 Buck Rogers in the 25th Century. » 5:00 On the Bandstand, o:15 Superman. 5:30 Maryland News, 5:45 Tom- Mix. 6:OC News. 6:05 Sports Parade. 6:15 Evening Melodies. 6:30 Victorious Living. 6:35 Candlelight and Silver. 7:00 Fulton Lewis. 7:15 A Serenade for You. 7:30 Henry J. Taylor; 7:45 Inside of Sports. 8:00 Evening Organ Melodies. S:30 The Case Book of Gregory Hood. 9:00 Gabriel Heatter. 9:15 Nancy Jane. 9:30.G-y Lombardo's Orchestra. 10:00 Tone Pictures. 10:15 Dance Time. 10:30 Stephen Graham.-Family Doctor. 11:00 National Moondlal. 11:15 Hal Mclntyre's Orchestra. 11:30 Ray Robbin's Orchestra. 11:55 Mutual Reports the News. 12:00 Sign Off. Washington Merry-Go-Round By DREW PEARSON . BANKS CLOSED TUESDAY , Tuesday, March 25, Maryland Day, will "be a legal holiday and all Hagerstown and Washington county banks will be closed. (Continued from Page 6) might check into how much Naval personnel the Admiral is using to help him author it. ... President Truman, chatting with Broadway columnist Earl Wilson the other day, said "When you get back to New York, be sure to give my regards to Toots Shor." New York's restaurateur Shor is Hannegan's close pal, and twice has been invited to the White House . . . . "Soldiers' Album," a great picture-record of the war, has just been published by Col. Ernest Dupuy, a European public relations officer. Co-author is Lt. Col. Herbert Bregstein . . . Congratulations to General Motors, Ford, Chrysler and other motor companies for their gentlemen's agreement not to export cars even though the Office of Export Control is abolished. The motor companies will keep exports down to 5 per cent. However this does not prevent private traders from buying up cars and shipping them to higher-priced overseas markets .... Assistant Secretary of State Benton now beaming important propaganda broadcasts to Russia might well use Irving Caesar's "Songs of Friendship" to woo the Russians. FILES F*OR DIVORCE Thelma .V. Burke, filed suit in court Saturday for a divorce from Randolph W. Burke. Emperor penguins much as SO pounds. weigh as TELLS THE INTIMATE SECRETS Of AN AMAZING LOVE AFFAIR 1 ,, LIONEL BARRYMORE. ROBERT STERLING • MARSHALL THOMPSON A ROBERT 2. LEONARD PRODUCTION Screen Play by Whitfield Cook and Anne Morrison Chapin - Based Upon an Original Story and Adaptation by Rose Franken and William Brown Meloney - Directed by ROBERT 2. LEONARD - Produced by EDWIN H. KNOPF - An M-G-M Picture. TODAY AND TOMORROW Cont. 'Shows 1 to 11 P.M. ALUMINUM COMBINATION STORM WINDOWS and SCREENS Weather Stripping Caulking — Awnings Venetian Blinds Prompt Delivery THOMAS & SONS, Inc. Boonsboro, Md. Phone 22-F-4 Keedysvllle CHEERIO RESTAURANT. 886 Pennsylvania Ave, Specializing in Good Food READY FOR EASTER All Wool SUITS For Juniors! For Misses! *15-*20-*25 Reg. $29.95 to $49.95 Beautiful details! Newest styles! Everything you could want in a suit ... at a price that says you save! Only a very special purchase coulc bring you these suits in time foi Easter! Black, brown, 'grey, beige or green. Sizes 9 to 15, 10 to 20 FRANK JEMS SCOTTY BECKETT DONALD CURTIS RICHARD GAMES CLARENCE KOLB BARBARA BROWN MATINEE 20c - 35c — Night 20c -- 40c RAtSEMETHE Ft/L-0'PePWi TictUta. (REISSUED BY POPULAR DEMAND) BRIAN AHERNE " VIC " McLAGHLEN FOLLOW THIS PLAN TOGROWABfe; RUGGED HEIFER MODERN BUILDERS, Lie. Designers and Builders of Homes of Distinction SWrt With FUL-O-PEP CALF STARTER Build big, rugged calves by f e edin g vitamin-rich FuJ-0-Pep Calf Starter. One pound of Ful-O-Pep replaces ,up to 10 pounds of whole milk in feeding calves. At the same time, you niay raise even better calves on Ful-O-Pep than you could raise on vrhole milk. Save milk the Ful-O-Pep way.. Then Feed FUL-O-PEP FITTING RATION This vitamin-rich feed "provides growing heifers with many of the healthful benefits of fresh green pasture. Begin feeding it as a grain ration when calves are 3 to 4 weeks old and continue right up to freshening. Seeusforyour supply. HOWARD'S OF HAGERSTOWN 5-7-9 E. Baltimore St. Phone 806 - 807 Photo by Jenkins Studio Five Rooms, Bath and Attached Garage This MODERN* home contains ;i living room 16 ft. by 16 ft. with fireplace and large coat closet. Built-in'book shelves, or seat are provided for under the large corner window. Each large bedroom opens directly into the hath and has ample closet space. Dining room with picture window. Rear entrance has access to attached garage, basement and kitchen. We will build this home on your lot. Consult us for detailed information. Modern Builders, Inc., Main & Mont Valla Aves. Ph. 1476 The following Contractors and Building Materials Dealers are cooperating with us to provide the best in housing for Hagerstown: Antietam Nursery, J. W, Ridenour, Prop. K. B. Ardinger & C. Thomas J. W. Ashbaugh H. E. Bester Concrete Block Co., Inc. Colonial Hardwood Flooring Co., Inc. Victor Cushwa & Sons Joseph H. Forsyth, Williamsport Fridinger & Co. D. J. Gossert Howard's Paint Store H. E. Lewis R. D. McKee Maugansville Elevator and Lumber Co., Inc. Miller-Liakey Electric Co. R. G. Morrison & Son Weif.zel Linoleum and Carpet Co. Landscaping Interior and Exterior Decorating Plastering Concrete Block Mill work, Sash, Doors, Oak Flooring Brick and Building Supplies Excavating, Crushed and Bldg. Stone Plumbing and Fixtures Floor Sanding and Polishing Paint and Paint Supplies Masonry Contractor Corbin Brass Locks and Hardware Lumber and Insulation Electrical Wiring and Fixtures Heating Armstrong Inlaid Linoleum EXTRA! Up to $3.98 FINE RAYON CREPE & SATIN SLIPS 49 SIZES 32 to 44 White — and Tearose TUESDAY Up to $2.98 NEW SPRING Hand Bags $1.48 Come! Compare! Wonderful New Sheerest 45 and 51 Gauge Famous NYLON HOSIERY $1.00 A Pair NEW SPRING SKIRTS $1.98 & $0.98 1 L Styles Galore! Up to $1.98 Finest RAYON PANTIES & BRIEFS for $|.50 Regular and EXTRA SIZES 2 TOMORROW — Thrift Dep't, 3rd Floor Easter Dress Parade STYLES GALORE! THRIFT PRICED Up to $14.95 VALUES "COMPARE" *7.95 Lovely new spring- pr-ints! Pretty candy stripes Smart town-darks 1 Versatile two-piecers! All in the most flattering of the new Easter styles. Side drapes 1 Peplums! Long-Torsos! Classics! A wonderful opportunity to bring a touch of spring to your wardrobe without so much as melting that all-important budget. Sizes: Juniors' 9 to 15 —• Misses' 12 to 20. SALE! NEW ALL WOOL Spring COATS $2500 PASTELS NAVY BLACK BROWN Up to $45.00 VALUES TUESDAY — SELL-OUT! Just 300 Better DRESSES While They Last — 3rd Floor $|.oo _ $^.oo _ $ J.oo Reg. $1.49 RAYON PANTIES 2 for $|,00 COMPARE- UP to $4.96 HAND BAGS $1.00 3rd Floor EXTRA-SPECIAL RAYON PANTIES 3 for Up to $2.96 Better SLIPS $100 Tearose — Black EXTRA! Reg. $1.15 SHEER CHIFFON and SERVICE WEIGHT RAYON HOSIERY FULL FASHIONED TUESDAY — Lightweight — Medium and Winter Weight Regardless of Former Prices $10°° and $15°° FLEISHER'S Thrift Dep't, 3rd Floor

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