The Morning Herald from Hagerstown, Maryland on April 1, 1947 · Page 2
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Hagerstown, Maryland
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Tuesday, April 1, 1947
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Radio Highlight; By U. IS. New Vork. March 3I—The Boston an" IPa n OI !t' ? rclleslrii »>«» scheduled an all-Brahms nrupriim for its weekly ABC broadcast at 8:30 Tuesday mjfht. Origination point "is i-ambridge, Mass. Dr. Senre Kous- sevitsky will conduct the program, designed to mark tlic liltieth anniversary of the deatli of the composer on April 3. 1897. irMv e -w" e3 ? 1 in lh<; XBC scriei5 of HpJ> \U-ok service programs at 12:15 P.^in. -via come 'rom Cleveland and consist of spirituals bv the John Upward choir. Eddie Cantor is to be Bob Hope's uest on NBC at 10. At the same ime there will be the postponed appearance of Trudy Ewan The Vox Poppers of CBS at i) will 'be at fort Knox, Ky., to interview the Umtees (universal military trainees' who are teenage rookies- receiving the anny'js "kid-glove" training course. New Zealand will be the subject or the wire-recorded interviews in the Norman Corwin One - World *, ^ - of £" S ^ 1 10 ' ' ' ll bel »« lhe day it is. Big Town of CBS at S be• • CUP THIS AD! • • \ STREET CflB * • BUS OPERATORS . I WflNTED ; • Ho Experience Necessary • Earn WhHe You Learn • • • Avg, Weekly Earnings * • $60-00 PER WEiK • • STEAD* WORK • » P**0 VACATIONS • Mm»tbe M. to JO fears of »ffe TOT or Apply in Person TWTtl BMPLOTMEMI OfHOE • CWITA1 TRANSIT • • COMPANY • • W32 M STOEET, N. W. • Waihimjlufi 7, D. C. • * DO FT MOW1 • • it is no more than appropriate to do "The April Fool .Murders." In the open-time 4:30 spot, MBS lias inserted Mondays through I'ridaysi. a program it calls Two-Ton Baker. It consists of sons: and Baker accompanying himself on the piano. . . . NBC. which had said that the ^kii Farrel! show was KO\UK ID at 7:30 Mondays. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Friday, now comes out with a correction putting back the formerly listod show, Manor House party. America's Town .Meeting of MBS is to discuss "The Teacher Problem" at 9:,'!0. NBC- )) a. m. Honcymooti in N. Y • 12:30 p. m. Words and Music; 6-15 Serenade u> America: S Milton Berle comedy; 8:30 Date with Judy; 9:30 Fibber and Molly; 10:30 Red" Skellon; 11:30 UX program. CBS — 10 a. m. Look Your Best; 2:30 p. m. 'Lone, Journey via serial; 4:30 (live and Take quiz; 7:30 American Melody; S:30 Mel Blanc show; .1:30 Godfrey's Talent scouts; 10:30 Open Hearing discussion; 11:30 Victor l^ombardo orchestra. ABC— 10:25 a. m. Hem- Crocker's talk; 2:1"> p. m. Ethel and Albert; 4 innmiy Rartk-tt show; 7r30 Green Hornet; 9:30 Rex Maupin Music: 10 Modern Music museum; 10:30 Iloo- -sier Hop. MBS— 12:15 p. m. The Jambore; 2 Queen for This Day; 3:45 Jackie Hill show; 7:30 Arthur Hale; 8 Scotland Yard; S:30 The Falcon; 9:15 Real Life story; 10:15 Vic Damone's song- 10:JO International quiz. WJEJ — Hagerstown 1210 ON YOUR DIAL TUESUAV'S PROGRAM 6:30 Undo Roy and His Dixie Ser- enaders 6:45 Farm Program 6:55 News 7:00 Gene and His Gang. 7:15 Rise and Shine 8:00 News S:05 Rise and Snlne S:15 Happy Birthday Club 8:30 Little Record Show 8:45 Family Affair 9:00 News 9:05 Melodies by Malcalm 9:30 Novelty Time 0:45 Music in the Leiter Vein Apple Butter Buy APPLE DAN'S Brand Martin's Cold Storage Phone 4137 PATRONIZE YOUR Municipal Electric Light Plant Maintained for the Sole Btneflt of the Citizens and Taxpayers of Hagerstown. Office hours 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. Daily Phones 765-766 BOSCUL TEA PAKS! Buy a box of 70 Botcul T»c Feki — You pay for only 50 ... and lake horn* a bonus of 20 Boscul Tin Pakl. Whlla th« supply l«ili, lak« advantage of a great bargain In a great too. BOSCUL TEA The Tea. With The Exciting Flavor! Ask your grocer about "A PRESENT FROM HOLLYWOOD" contest CORRECT ACCESSORIES the perfect compliment to your EASTER WARDROBE o St y lish GLOVES HANDKERCHIEFS Costume JEWELRY and last but by no means least . . . HOSIERY!! Ail Pure Silk 2-Thread HOSIERY 3.00 Values 139 1 pair Sheer Rayon- HOSIERY 85c P , an al°° pr. Luxurious NYLONS 51 Gauge 150 725 1 pr. to U pr. 45 Gauge J40 pr. Slightly Irregular NYLON HOSIERY 1 pr. and 1 pr. CHOOSE QUALITY . . . AND YET SAVE MONEY AT EYERLY'S Dependable For Fifty-Seven Years MWlim^ 9:55 Health Talk 10:00 Arthur Gaeth 10:l!i Morning Devotions 10:30 Say It With Music 10:45 Art Baker Show" 11:00 Friendly Philosopher 11:15 Tell Your Neighbors. 11:30 A Chat With Roma 11:45 Shopper's News. 12:00 Civic Ne\vs. 12:15 Luncheon Melodies. 12:30 Farm Extension 12:45 U. S. Naval Academy Band 1:00 Jackie Hill show 1:15 Special Feature 1:30 Merv Griffin Show 1:45 Bobby Norri* 2:00—Cedric Foster "2:15 Smile Timo 2:30 Queen For a Day 3:00 Heart's Desire 3:30 May We Ileli> You? 3:15 Afternoon Melodies 4:00 Tic Toe Tunes 4:15 Johnson Family 4:30 The Quiet Hour 4:4i> Buck Rogers 5:00 On the Bandstand 5:15 Superman 0:30 Maryland N'ew» 5tS5 Interlude 5:15 Tom Mix 6:05 6:15 0:30 6:35 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:45 S:00 S:30 9:00 9:30 Sports Parade Hvsuljig Melodies Victorious Living Candlelight and Silver Fulton Lewis Music by .Moller. Arthur Hale Inside of Sports Scotland Yard. Adventures of the Falcon Ug-ht Classics Forum of tho Air 10:15 Danco Timo 10:30 International Quiz. 11:00 National Moomilal • 11:15 Claudo Thornhill's Orchestra 11:30 Jos' Foolln' Around 12:00 SIpn Off NEW AMBASSADOR 'Washington, March 31 (/P).-— President Trumun iudsiy named Cavendish W. Cannon of Utah to be ambassador to Yugoslavia. The Morning Herald, Hagersfown, Md. THREE Tu«»MUiiy, April 1, 1!H7. APPEAL FILED Jerusalem, March 31 (/P)—Mayor Israel Uokach oC Tel Aviv filed today with the Palestine Supreme Court an appeal from the death sentence imposed upon Dov j}ela G rimer, 38-year-old Jew convicted of anti-British violence. ; l|!l » ..... iiiiniiiMiiini ..... imijimniiiiiimmiiiiiriiimmtiJimiiiiimmu''. 1 Franklin Furniture Store I I 13 'W Antietnm ?',. \ "'» ...... mimum ....... run ...... iinimiiiiniiimiiiiiimmmimmmiinm,.' MILLER'S IS FIRST TO PRESENT GENUINE MAHOGANY BY MENGEL Yes, Genuine mahogany by Mengel—for moderns and those who prefer the charm and majesty of traditional settings. Had Thomas Chippendale designed mahogany furniture 200 years later he might have conceived the beauty and flexibility of this new Mengel functional group. You'll find increased comfort and durability through these new developments in the architecture of furniture. The open stock plan enables you to select as many pieces as you need to properly furnish any room, regardless of size. The Permani/ed finish has withstood 8310 dippings in water without coming apart—your assurance of lifetime furniture. Dustproof construction, center drawer guides and firm joints. SELECT GENUINE MAHOGANY For a Small Room Three-piece suite including full or twin size bed (A), forty-four inch dresser (B), and six drawer chest on chest (C). Complete (A, B, C) $ All exposed structural parts and plywood fates guaranteed GENUINE MAHOGANY (Genuine mahogany grows only in West Indies, Tropical America and West Coast Africa). This label issued fay MAHOGANY ASSOC1ATIDN, 1HC. - ENCEL THREE PIECES AS SHOWN (A, B, C) Open Stock Grouping Includes: For a Medium Size Room Five-piece suite including full or twin si/e bed (A), forty-four inch dresser and mirror (B), six-drawer chest on chest (C), dressing table (.1), and vanity bench (K). Complete (A, B, C, J, K) 296 .75 For a "Drawer Space" Room Providing ample drawer space for all. Four-piece suite including full or twin size bed (A), Mr. and Mrs. Dresser and mirror (H) and six-drawer chest on chest (C). Complete (A, H; C).:., $ 318 For a Large Size Room -Seven-piece suite includinsr full or twin size bed (A), forty-four inch dresser and mirror * (B). Six-drawer chest on chest (C), vanity consisting* of two commodes (D), dressing table. (J), and 30x42 mirror, and vanjty bench (K). Complete (A.B.C.U.K).... $ 430 .75 A. Panel Bed —32 in. high, full or twin B. Dresser and Mirror—44 in. wide, 32 in. high, 19 in. deep C. Chest-on-Chest — 45 in. high, 34 in. wide and 19 in. deep. 6 drawers D. Commode—32 in. high, 19 in. deep, 16 in. wide. 4 drawers , E. Four-Drawer Chest—Use individually or use two, forming- the Mr. and Mrs. Dresser, which is illustration H. 34"xl9"x32" F. Triple Dresser—Do you recognize the Four-Drawer Chest, piece E, and the two combination Commodes and Night Tables, piece D? 30x42 mirror included G. Large Vanity—There are those Commodes again, with the Dressing Table, piece L and the same Mirror used in illustrations F and H • /... H. Mr. and Mrs. Dresser—Here are two Four-Drawer Chests, piece E. combined with the large 30x42 Mirror to make this magnificent answer to the drawer space problem .J. Dressing Table or Desk—Now look at piece G and see how, by adding Commodes at a later date, this can become a large Vanity Sij^.OO 100 °° 95°° 4950 Open An Account! Easy Terms—No Carrying Charge $ .00 $ 201 169 169 .00 .00 K. Vanity Bench For a Teen-Age Room ' Three-piece suite including twin bed (A), six drawer chest on chest (C), and desk (J). Complete (A, C, J) S 184 ENGEL SELECT AS MANY PIECES AS YOU NEED f J [Main Store: Harrisburg. Branch Stores: Sunbury, Chambersburg, Waynesboro, Pa

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