The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 10, 1946 · Page 17
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63jO*to 8:30 p, "m. - he,-yeterin; 6:15, ittiile. V a«4, -Silver. , S!lf - Elmer, i5n , J Heatter; , 6:15, 'rise t Blue Ho6m.- - ^ - - - . 'KBRJT-L-Hollywooa Player*. ' -•J K ?. B ftr c;andleIi8:ht *na Silver; «:S5. ., "CabbBBealana Kings/ ' - .-/-KPilG— Vincent^iopez. ' " - Focum cl the Air. "'7iOOit<r7:SO p, m. ~ -—thor'OoaJrey' Talent Scouts. KERO — STroon.JRooln: "7:15, Percy ,i-£S% iIiB ? r a 3* Tuberculosis Proirram. KroiC— Jan.'Ktas; 7-.15., Headlines and KAFY — American ForWe* the Air; 7:15. JIuaie Room. , , , " 7:30 to 8:00 p. m. KEESN"— Open TJeartoB. *• KERO— Spotlight the Bands-.- KPilC — .Normaa-Cioutier; 7:45. Aivin" Wnder. , KAF3T— Red Uyfler. > , 8;00,to 8:30 p. in; ..KERK— Kews; 8:1S. Bed Barber. KERO— East Bakerefield H1eh School ,, Pi-QKram: SU5, Corn-ert Miniatures. KPMO — iMm and Auner; 8:15, Choir loft. , ' • „ - ~*'KAFr — Count' ot'Storito Cristo. ' '•" ' 8:30 to-0:00 p. m. , KERN;— South of theJSordsi;; 8:56, Can-oil. Allcott. KHRO— News) f:45, 'Seeing Stara. .. KPMC— I>ark Venture. KAijt— The Falcon. -. * ' 9*0 lo 9:30 p.'m. KER^— BIB 'Town. • ' - KEROjiNewir; 9:03, JJusicana.-, ' KPJIO-Batribution. , v KAP^T— Glenn Hardy; 9:16. James - . Crojvley, ",;.-, ' : \." %-; r 9:30 to*"10',00 p. ,TO. ', v KERN— Orchestra-. , , ", , . _ ' KERO — 3!usicana; S-55, Kewe. • KPiTC— EtheVanasAlbert; 9:45. Waltz - Time. ' • '. KAFX — ^Inside Sportsr 9:45, Orcheotra. - 10:00 to 10:30 p. m. ICErtN — Columbia. "World News: 10:13, Stilton -Charles.. - 7 '' , -KKRO — Bnrlo Madriguera; 10:15, Sports -• ^_ Recath* * - " KEMC—ircMaharv's News: 10:15, United States Tfavy 3tecrult«is. KAPi'-^-Fulton ^Lewts, Jr.; 10:15, The llagio'Hoiir. 10:30 to 11:00 n. m. KERN— Orchestra. KKRO — Orchestra: -l(Uu5, News. KPMC — Freddie Martin. '- KAFT-r-Tho Magjfs.Hoar. i ' li:(IO to 11:30 p. m. KEHN— Orchestra. ' " KBRO— Muslo. _ KPM^C — Xews: Jl:0a. Silver N'ooturne. KAFY — Xews; 11:15, Orchestra. 11:30 to 12:00 Miilnl^ht _KER?i— Orfhestra: 11:45, Organ Tntcr- ludef 11:35. News. KEHQ — Joe Heichman; 11:53, News. KPMC — Silver Nocturne. KAFTT — Orchestra: 11-.4S, XMVS. JOHN STRELICH LADIES—Let me help you select Christmas gifts for your husband that -will not only please .him but "will please you, too! TBsfore a man .gets married he ^carries a good "front" to attract TPonten-folks. After he Is married awhile "he would be more attractive, to take off the "front." If a man neglected his appearance before he gets married as he does afterwards he p"robably wouldn't ' Ket the chanre " to maTry-^-tEe same = woman. A 'fat man doesn't look good "even at ChriStma's-tlme. Give him 'a chance to look thn -way he did when you first saw him Tjy giving' him & member- Ship card In our physical condl- •tlonlng club. Strelich Bros. ^ Conditioning Club 2201 V Street . „ Phone 6-668i K Ul o. vt « ui i u st HOLLYWOOD PLAYERS present GREGORY PECK in "NO.TIME FOR COMEDY" TONIGHT Listen to Charles Wesley Opie's . Program, Down Memory Lane .Brought,to You at'3":45 P. M. Monday,-Wednesday and '-Friday The -Hopson Mortuary KPMC 12:00 Midnight to 1:00 KERO — ^Nirtt -' " „ S.-OO to 6:8n x, m. -" KERX— Ne«u;' 8:15, Nbthlng but t iTruthj 6:20.'Oklalionsa Roundup.,, KERO — aiorninc" Roundup, • - KPMC— Central .Valley Farmer. KAFY— Kalfy Klub. 6;30 to 7:00 a, m, KERN — Oklahoma Roundup: 6:45, Rural 'Roundup. KERO— Morning Roundup; 6:4 », -Xffw«. » KPJ1C — Central Valley Farmerre:45, - 'Cowboy Troubador. - KAFY— News; 8:35, Kaffy'EJub, _ 7:00 to 7*0, a.m. • KERN— News; 7; 15. Fijetwood Lawton. KERO — Alarm Clock Club. ' KPMC— SIcMahan'B News; 7:i£, Martin. Airronsky.- ^ -~ KAFY— News: 7;15, Rise and Shine. 7:30 to SKW a. in. " KERN— Bob Garrcd, News; 7:4o, Old Chisholm Trail. . ' , ' • • KERO^-Aiarm CJopfc Club; 7:45, News. KPMC— Jittnes -Abbe Observes; 7:45, Waltz Time. XA.FY- — Morninc Melodieis; 7:45, News. 8:00 to 8:30 a. m. ~* KERN — Arthur Godfrey: 8;15. Dick and - Jeanne: 8:20, Local .News; 8:25, Keepsake Sonss. ' ' KERO — Fred IVarins. KPMC— Breakfast Club. KAFY — Cecil Brown; Sjlo, Frazier Hunt. • 8:30 to 8:00 a. m. KERN — Front Page Headlines; 8:40. Musical Masie. " KERO — Lyrics for' the Ladies. KPMC — Breakfast Club. KAFY — Bill Harrington; 8:45, Victor H. -Lindiahr. 9:00 io 9:30 n. m. KERN— Kate Smith; 8:16, Sing, America. Sing. . KERO— Rex Koury; 9:15, Tic Too Tunes. KPMC — Glamour Manor, KAFY — Notes at Nine: 9:15. Music Without Worjs. 9:30 to 10:00 a. m. KTCRN — Romance of Helen -Trent: 9.45, Our Gal Sunday. KERO — Tin Pan Alley: 9:45, News. KPMC — Breakfast In Hollywood. KAFY — Grace Watkins; 5;55, Hollywood News. 10:00 to 10:30 a. m. KERN — News; 10:13. Gem Time. KERO — Sketches in Melody. KPMC — Home Edition; 10;15, Ted Ma lone. KSTTT— Glenn Hardy: 10:15. Editor's Diary. 10:30 to 11:00 a. m. KERN— Record Session. KKRO — Echoes of the Tropics; 10:45, Robert McCormick. • KPMC— .My True Story; 10:55, Hymn* of AH CbuieheK. KAFI — United Nations Serenade; 10:45, Bill Gwlnn Show. 11:00 to 11:30 a. in. KEEN — Fred Beck; 11:HT. Jimmy •Dorsey. KERO — Honejmoon in New York. KPMC — Hymns of All Churcies; 11:05, Baukhaee. KAFY — Bill Gwinn Show; 11:15. Smile " Time. 11:30 to 12:00 Xoon KERN— Lone Journey; 11:45, Rose o£ My Dreams. KERO — Music Box. KPMC— Listening Post; 11:45, Show Tune Time. KAFY — Queen for a Day. 12:00 ta 12:30 p. m. , KERN— Burrltt Wheeler; 12:15, News. KERO — Rendezvous With Richardson; 12:15, Na\vs- KPMC — Mc.Mahtin'g News: 12:15. Farm News; 12:25, Listen to Liebert. 13:30 to 1:00 p. m. KERN — Knnx Manning; 12:46, Report to the R. . D. KERO — Farm News; 12:45, Sagebrush Serenade. KPMC — Counti-y Commentator: 12:45, Jumpin' Jacks. KAFY — Harlem Hospitality Club. 1:00 to 1:30 p. m. KERN— G. E. House Tarty; 1:25, Curley Bradley Show. KERO— Hits for the Mra. KPMC — The Man With a Band; 1:15, Edwin C. Hill. KAFY — Cedric Foster; 1:15. Johnson Family. 1:30 to 2:00 p. m. KERN — Monsy on the Line: 1:45, Thought for Today; 1:50, Star of Today. KERO — Hits for thp Mrs. KPMC — Walter Kiernan; 1:45. Coke Cluh. KAFY— Shady Valley Folks. 2:00 to 2:30 p. m. KERN — American School of the Air. KEnO — Hits for the Mra. KPMC— -What's Do.ntr- Ladies? 2:25. Doings in the News. KAFY— Tell Your Neighbor; 2:15. John J. Anthony. 2:80 to 3:00 p. m. KERN— Meet the Missus. 5331 By MRS. ANNE CABOT Five-Inch Sunbnunet SUB embroidered 1ti brlsht cross stltth and easy outline stitch will turn ordinary tea towels into a, de- lijfhtful Ifnen shower- sift. The charming* little figures -will also serve to decorate tho squares of a child's bedspread. To obtain seven transfer designs for the Sunbonnet Sue Towels (Pattern No. 5331), color chart far working, send 15 cents in coin plua 1 cent postage, your name, ad- drees and the pattern number to Anne Cabot, The Bakersfield Californian, 709 Mission street, San-Francisco 3. DEPENDABLE |UIOIO Service IVERS FURNITURE COMPANY 625 Nineteenth Street Presents Radio's Hilarious Comedy •Team "Ethel mid Albert" Monday Through Friday KPMC . at ,9:30 Nightly 1560 ON YOUR DIAL 1700 K Street, Bakersfleld - Phone 9-9401 f 3 Established 1892 JKEBO—Hits'for.ihe Mrs-- 1 ' 1 ', ? • tj'^'-f' 'KPMC—Bride' ana '.Groom.'-.',."' " " " "' — ... JNujJo,; V >'U .*' -KERN—MJtie Sfiow; 3:«,£<«iCB«*clt ! ,j KKKO—H*rc ; 6 Xew« ina'M&Icf ; -'V -"" .KPMC—Allen Both; " " —— --' ^ * op; 5:55.-Name i ' j;-,- KERN—Alusfc Tour Way. "•.. . *-; "\^ i, JCERO—ITeeKday Bulplt; 4:15l Xews, '* '* KFMC—H^a^Hne Edluon; 4;15,~<33ooth*«" Rscprd Booth. - ' ^ ;„ "• . -' > KAPI^-Fultoa OLewl«. Jr.;. 4-;15. Eez' c" Miller. . - - ' ~ , v f.' - ' \ - , ^ Charter 4 Orgaaist: , iX'iRhythin, Jjtoncho ^oBndop,- ' •" - KBKO^-TJiinto' of , m Kamber. f- ° >- "», . „ -. — -Ersfcine Johnson f,4H "" ' v " ^— Front Pass Features:;* 5:15, - i. -' ,MSocal News., - _ f '<• , '. .T ,KERO — Oka}- ,Jor "Release;- 5:1.5,* 'Juke .,-Box' Review, - ~ , ' -* ,KMlC— Terry, and thslEirates; 5:15, • -' Sky, .King,- - - -• '- ttl - JCAJFTT — -"News: &^15;^ Superman, -• , , KBRN—Lane'B Sport, Pager- 5:15, '_-K«Tvs; 5:55,' News. ,-~- • •'••> *\ ~- * -.-SiSO'to 6;00 p. m; ^ s KERCHjH. V."Kaltenbom; 5:45;' Behind ." 'the Bsrtori. '- . - , ~ ' KP1IC — Jack Arjnsfrons;^6:45, Dick "" - -,, Traey.' • * r - ,'SAPY — CapUln Midniehtf 5:«:.jr6m ' " "• " Greek^Prince Z'Nested' boxes -. 4 North'DaU'ciita . 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