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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 13 · 1937 (TUNE IN ON KGLO, YOUR LOCAL STATION, AT 1210 KILOCYCLES) RADIO HOUR FOR WALDORF PUPILS IS 4:30 SUNDAY Elsie Mae Olson, Contralto, and Prof. Odvin Hagen on KGLO Broadcast. TVof. Odvin Hagen, director of music at Waldorf college, Forest City, will appear on the Waldort radio hour Sunday at 4:30 p. ni. together witli* Miss' Elsie Mae Olson, contralto. Miss Olson is a Jreshman student whose home is i at Slater. The a c c o m p a nist will be M i s s Hazel Hoffmrtn of Hadciiffe. The following program will be presented: O Del M i o D o l c e Ardor, von Gluck, Elsie Mae Olson; The Lord's Prayer, Malotte, Odvin Hagen; O Rest in the L o r d , Me n d c Issohn, Elsie Mae Ol- ELSIE MAE K on: Beloved, It OLSON Is Morn, Ayl- Wiird, Eallymoney, air. by D'Alton (A ballad of Ireland), Odvin Hagen; Cradle Song, Nonis, The Villia Song, Lehar (from The Marry Widow), Elsie Mae Olson; O Happy Home, Pindlater, Odvin Hagen; Dusk in a Garden, Hamblen, Elsie Mae Olson; The Day Is Ended, Bartlett, Elsie Mae Olson and Odvin Hagen. The time for the Waldorf hour has been changed from 3 o'clock to 4:30 p. m. A week from Sunday Lorraine Uglum, reader, Adams, Minn., and Norma Cross, pianist, Forest City, will appear on the program. "Get Your Ear M u f f s ; Out"--Kunn Sioux Indian Prophesies Coldest Snap of Year in Midwest Soon. "The coldest snap of the year will hit Chicago and , the middle west about Feb. 15. March will be wet and sloppy and midwesterners will be visited with some of the 'sloppiest' weather they have seen in years." John Kuhn, a Sioux Indian who has gained a reputation of respectable proportions' as a weather prophet around Chicago studios, where he is a staff musician, makes these predictions. Among other programs, John plays the tuba on the broadcast each Monday at 8 p. in. over WHO. Kuhn draws his conclusions from Indian signs he observes and which were handed down to him by his parents. He prophesied many months ago thai Chicago would experience a mild winter this year. On Christmas day, he foretold Chicago's first snow of any consequence would appear on or about Jan. 15. This prediction has proved correct. Red Cloud (John's Indian name) says he expects sleet in March after watching the horses and cows in the pasture. He draws his. meteorological implications from the way they frisk and movi about. Not just n little bird, but all the birds, big and little, havs given the radio weather wizarc his tip about that February cold snap. Although infallibility is almost non-existent in the business of telling what the weather will be like, many of John's associates are going to have their ear muffs ready when the dawn of Feb. 15 breaks. Hollywood reports that Jack Smart, who graduated to the screen from Fred Allen's Mighty Art players, is doing well before the cameras. Universal has just taken up his option. Another Allen Art player alumnus who is clicking in pictures is Lionel Stander. Rabidest of rabid antique collectors are Virginia Hea, song stav of Rubinoff's CBS program, and her husband, Edgar Sittig, the 'cellist. BAKER TURNS COMPOSER Phil Baker, whose specialty is the accordion, sat playing the piano as stagehands .in the CBS Playhouse turned most of the lights out after a rehearsal o Phil's Sunday night program. To Ray Block, the arranger, in the backstage shadows, came a fragment of an idle theme from Baker's improvision. " P l a y t h a again," shouted Block, seizing a pencil and paper. Hours later when the stagehands were fret ting to put out the last lights an go home, a new song was writter Last week Gogo Delys, CBS song stress, was the first to sing Baker Block's "Devotion" over the net work. BIG ALLOWANCE ON THIS New 1937 PHILCO 0 \\niile they last! A limited number of the model 630X Philco in a special trade-in offer. Celebrating production oC the 9 millionth Eadio, Philco offers this beautiful model at a sensational saving. Cash in your old radio now! Enjoy radio at its fullest with this fine Philco. ALLOWANCE For Your Old Radio Regular Price Trade-in Allowance YOU PAY ONLY $79.95 $15-50 45 Featured in KGLO Program A Complete Line of Philco Radios Ranging in Price from $20 to 5200. Free Home Trial. · We maintain a competent radio service organization and a complete stock of tubes. PEOPLES GAS AND ELECTRIC COMB\NY Members of the American Family Robinson, to be heard over KGLO daily except Sundays beginning next Monday, are, from left to rieht, Frank Butler, who plays the part of Bob Collins; Eunice Howard, cast as Betty Robinson; Bill Adams, known in the script as Luke Robinson, and Effic Palmer, cast as Myra Robinson. New Daily Feature on KGLO. Will Begin Monday 'American Family Robin- 3 to Be Heard Over ENTIRE ASTAIRE SHOW SIGNED UP FOR NEW SERIES Full Hour Radio Program to Continue Throughout Spring Season. The Fred Astaire show, hailed as one o[ the best o[ the 193(i- 1937 radio season, has been renewed for ri spring series. The full hour shows originating in Hollywood will inaugurate a third cycle over WHO on Tuesday evenings in March. Popularity surveys and editorial comment of radio editors throughout the United States and Canada have established the sparkling musical-comedy broadcasts among the top-ranking favorites of the nation's listening fare. Particularly significant is the fact that the Astaire program was the only new show listed in the group of leading programs selected by th scripes for the National Poll. Not only the versatile m;m- about-town entertainment and the befuddled Butterworth, but also their entire supporting cast--including Francia White, California soprano; Conrad Thibault, popular concert and radio baritone; blues-singing Trudy Wood and composer-conductor-pianist Johnny Green and his orchestra--have been awarded renewal contracts. "America's Valentine" Jessica Dragonettc, radio's famous lyric soprano, who was recently selected by a group of prominent artists as "America's Valentine," got this giant valentine as her official award. Miss Bragonctte was selected as the must representative valentine type iu competition with stars of the stage, screen and radio. Bliss Draeonette is lieins heard currently over the Columbia network on Wednesdays from 8:30 to B o'cloch. son Station KGLO. ^ They said it couldn't be done, but ,he fact that "The American' Fam- ly Robinson," to be heard every Monday through Saturday over station KGLO, is also broadcast on 221 other radio stations- from Vlaine to Honolulu and from Alaska to Florida indicates that the radio world is anxious to lay another ancient ghost. The program will be broadcast from 11:30 to 11:45 each morning. "They" refers to that little group of serious thinkers, other special- sts along Broadway and elsewhere, and the "it" refers to the ic idea of a program now believed to be more widely broadcast than any other previous sustaining show in radio's history. This program blends entertainment and information against a background of national affairs. 'They" were afraid that ,1 program tinged too heavily with realism might encounter difficulties with tender minded listeners. The program is presented serially, in dramatic form. Luke Robinson, the main character, is (he philosophical editor o£ the Cenler- ville Herald, also known as "the Daper that covers Centerville like ;he dew." Luke has his hands full with a Utopian group known as 'The Friends of the .Downtrodden" who seek to reform everything in sight by taking over the town': private industries (including the newspaper) and operating them on a communal basis. Luke is also pretty busy keeping tab on Dick Collins, his star reporter, who can't help but feel that the high sounding aims of the downtrodden are noble indeed. Dick is in love with Betty Robinson (Luke's daughter) and the matter would be a vice versa affair except for Dick's zealous persistence in swinging Betty over to his inspired line of thought. Other main characters supply a conflict of interest and keep the ball rolling. These include Dave Markham, the town's leading industrialist at whose factory a bad accident occurs, which inspires one Margolies, furtive fellow, to hatch a plot causing much trouble. Fireside Recital. Stante's "Damon" and Lehmann's "Bonnie Wee Thing" wil be Helen Marshall's soprano roles on the Fireside recital, Sunday at 6:30 p. m. over WHO. Sigurd Nilssen, basso, will sing "Absent" by Metcalf and German's "Glorious Devon." Heard Over KGLO Seen in a typically hysterical nose is Senator "Frankenstein" Fishface, one of the NBC transcription artists heard from (inio to time over KGLO. The senator is one of the slars of KGLO's Radio Night Club of I In: air. Mason City Globe-Gazette Radio News and Time-Table KGLO Mason City Globe-Gazette ^TasDii City, Iowa (1210 Kilocycles) Sunday, Feb. It 7;0n News. M. C. Fur Shoppo 7:05 The Sunshine Hour 8:00 County Council ot Christian Education H:30 Echoes of the Consolo U:-15 Devotional Service with Rabbi J, Katz D:I)Q Sunday Morning Melody Parade ^:UO The Sunday Concert 1:00 Sons ot the Pioneers 1:30 George Hall ^;U|| Sunday Mai!bag HM)D Iowa Slistc college band 4:15 Consolalres 4:30 Waldorf College Hour .":OII Globe-Gaze lie News 5:05 Story of "Ttio Hermitage," Andrew Jackson's Home .1:20 Dreamers 5:30 Rosario Bourdon's Concert Orel). «:WI News, P. G. and E. G:05 Rudolph Fritnl, Jr.'s Orch. G:15 Sports Review. Decker Bros. G:30 Moments of Melody 7:00 News, Cuvric Van Ness 7:05 Hits nntl Bits 7:30 Sons of the Pioneers 7:45 Kings Men «:UU News, Marshall and Swift H:05 Harry Rescr's Orch. U:I5 Larry and Ralph 8:^0 Radio Night Club 11:00 News, Highway Oil Co. 9:OS Westminster Choir 9:ir» Music from the Masters 0:30 Evening Dance Parade ll:liu News, First National Bank 10:05 Mclodeers 0:15 Slumber Hour 0:30 Swing Time tl:00 Frit chard Motor Co. 11:15 Good Night and for ^Monday, I-'cb. 13 fi:OQ Sunup Serenade 7:fin News, Mason Cily Fur Shoppc ?;[; Alarm Clock Hour 7:45 Merlcel'ii Musical Clock »:l)f) Lyons' Musical Breakfast BUB Musical Clock (1:3(1 Micr Wolf Melody Time !):«() Dnmon's Musicdl Clock 9:30 Jack Sprat Food Stores Time Tunes 9:15 Tyler-Ryan's Musical Clock Ji;:Uf) Opening Markets and News 10:1!S On the Mall 10:30 Devotional Sci'vice wilh the Rev. A. S. Cnrlson, CongreE-itional church JD:^S Organ Reveries ll;ii() North lown News, Skcl«as lt:10 World Book Woman 11:15 Sons of the Pioneers 11:3(1 American Family Robinson 11:45 This and That (ill Mid-day Rcvuc; 12:15 Northwestern Distributing Co. 12:^0 Globe-Gazette News and Markets ll!:45 Mid-ilny Revue cont. 12:50 Wolf Bros. Coal Co. 12:55 Chapman's Musical Miniatures 1:00 Iowa Farm flashes 1:10 Mid-day Revue cont. 1:30 Marianne at the Stclnway Vnnce Music Co. 1:45 Fink's and B. B. -:fKl Mailbnp 3:00 The Afternoon Show ·tiOO Reading the Glohc-Gazctte 4:15 Home Folk,-; Frolic 4:30 Tea Time Tunes 4:43 M.isott City Public Schools · Glohc-Gazcttc News 5:05 New Tlccords from Vance's 5:15 Uen Brooks, pianist fi.'.lf) nosxria Bo»rIa» r .s Concert Ore?!. H:00 News, People's Gn.s and Electric t!:nii Rudolph Friml, .Tr.'s Oircll. fi:in Sports Review, Decker Bros. fi:,"0 Dinner Hour fi:45 Diamond Cily News ":(!(! News, Currie Nc.^s , 7:or Supper Dnnco ftTclotlics 7:30 Son.s of Ihc Pioneers 7;-ir Kay Ky.icr's Orcli. H;nf) News, Marshall and S w i f t 6:05 C. r*. PJne- r.oan Co. presents Lcibcrt nt the Organ EU20 Sins and Dance 8:30 Radio NlRht ,Chib !:M News, Hisliway Oil Co. 0:05 Green Bros. Orch, 9:30 Hitctf Shatter 1 ;; Orch. HJ:on News, First National Bank 10:05 Melodccrs 10:15 Slumber Tro»r 10:30 Swinj; Time 11:00 News, Ab c l nnd Sons 11;15 Good NJ^ht JACK BfiNNY, USHER Jack Benny is hitting a ncv high in studio informality. Hi comes lo NBC half an hour before ail-lime and servos as an usher escorting ticket holders lo the! seals.- They're usually pretty surprised when lie gels up io tb microphone a little while later. WCCO Columbia Broadcasting System Mlimcapolis-31. Taiil Central standard Time (8111 Kilocycles) Sunday, Feb. 11. R:00 At Aunt Susan's 9:00 Church of the Air 9:30 Romany Trail 0:00 Organ Mootts 0:30 Majoi- Bowes Family 1:30 Thu Golden Dragon 1:45 Refrigeration 2:00 Church of the Air 2:30 French News Exchange i2:45 Headlines and History 1:00 Music of Ihc Theater 1:43 Aeolian Trio 2:00 New York Philharmonic 4:00 Lamiiliyhting Time 4:30 Tom Terriss 5:00 Joe Pennor 5:30 KubinorC 6:00 Professor Quiz 0:30 Ileadin' Smith 7:00 Nelson Eddy 1:30 Edtlie C.intor 8:00 Lotie Lchmnnn. Soprano 9:00 Community Sing 9:45 Jack Randolph :0:00 Honer Pryor's Orchestra 10:15 Ncwstimc. 10:30 Reports I0:4a Abe Lymart's Orchestra [1:011 Henry Halstoad's Orchestra 1:31) Benny Meroffs Orchestra 1:45 Isham Jones' Orchestra 7:01) 7:15 7:30 11:31) 0:45 0:00 9:15 9:30 3:45 10:00 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30 11:45 12:00 13:15 12:30 12:45 1:00 ):15 1:45 2:00 2:15 2:30 2:15 3:00 3:30 3:45 ·1:00 4:15 4:30 4:45 r:on 5:15 5:30 5:45 t!:00 (5:1.1 G:30 6:45 7:00 1:30 8:00 9:00 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 l l : f i n 11 ::!0 11:45 M o n d a y , Feb. 15, Time Signals Sine NclKhbor Sing Toby and Tex Air Almanac Junior Broadcasters Club Musical Chimes Time Signals Gene and Glenn Belly and Bob Modern Cinderella Betty Crocker; Hymns John K. Walking MacazEnc ot the Air Big SEsler Dr. Dafoc: The Gumps Bolwcen Ihc Bookcncls Kitty Kccnc Ma Perkins Five Star Revue Musical ilope Alden's Romance Almt Jenny Kathryn Cravens School ol Ihc A i r Myrt and Marge Marknls: Police New*; Slocks Womrn'n Field Aimy Pop Concert Ladies First Musical Varicly Hour League ol Women Voters Children's Corner Schedule; Livestock Wilderness Road Junfor Nurse Corps Front Pajjc! Parade Jack Armstrong Renfrew or Ihc Mnunlctl Herbert Foote's Ensemble Popeyc t h e Sailor Ray Hcatherlon Boakp Carter Horace Heidi's Brigadiers Pick and Pat Radio Theater Postmaster Farley Dinner Poetic Melodies Nfiwstime Rollie Johnson Frank Gordon's Orchestra Henry Halstcad's Orchestra Benny Mcroff's Orchestra Hawaii Calls WO I Iwa State Collcffc Station WHO NBC Red Network DCS Hloincs, Iowa Centra: Standard Timo (101M) Kilocycles) Sunday, Feb. J l 3:00 Christian Science Program 9:13 Seventh Day Advcnlists 0:^0 Cresent Hour ot Music :o:OQ ^Val'l and Muzzy, NBC ,0:15 Peerless Trio, NBC 10:30 The World Is Yours, NliC 1:00 Churcli Service IliiOU Hour ot Smiles 12:30 Melody Matinee, NBC 1:00 Tlie Golden, Dragon .1:15 The Country Church of Hollywood i:3o Tltntchcr Colt Mysteries, NBC 2:00 Metropolitan Opera Auditions the Air, NBC y::iO Crnncl Hotel, NBC 3:00 The Mansion of Dreams :i:15 World Dances 3:30 WHO Playhouse 4:00 Marion Tnlley, NBC ·1:30 Home Harmonics, NBC 5:00'Air Is Yours 5:30 To be announced G:00 Jack Benny, NBC fi:^0 Fireside RecUnl, NBC fi:4S Jingle Program, NBC 7:00 Do You Wnnl to he an Actor? NBC fl:00 Manhattan Mcrry-Go-Round, NBC 8:3t American Albicm of Fntniltnr Music, NBC Jl:0f) Symphony Concert, NBC to:oo Musical Headlines 10:1.1 News 10:;iO Wlien llfly Is Done 11:00 Hickory House Orchestra. NBC 11:30 Southern Tavern Orchestra, NBC Ames, Inwa (6-10 Kilocycles) Monday. l"cb. 15 5:45 i\TorntnR Devotion (!:()( Sing Neightjor, Sing fi:15 Musical Clock fi:30 Farm Nev/s fi:43 Alinunac of the Air 7:00 Chore Gnng 7:15 News 7:no Musical Fashion Notes ft:00 Gene and Glcn» R:1.1 Musical Clock D:00 Morning i\TeIolie.s 9:15 Hymns of All Churches !):3Q-neMy nncl Bob 0:45 Today's children. NBC IO:OD David iranim. NBC 10:15 Back StaRt Wife. NBC 10:^0 Monticello Parly I^mc IflHS The Voice of Experience, NGC tl:na Kilty Kccnc. Tnc. 11:15 The Story of Mary Ma rim, NBC 11:30 National Farm and Home Hour NBC 12:30 Commercial ProErnm 12:45 News Broadcast 1:00 Mother Randall's Open House 1:15 HilK and Encores 1:30 Market TCenorl 1:45 .litrly atid Jane 2;f)0 Pcptmr Younc's Family, NBC 271.1 Ma Perkins. NBC 2:HO Vic and Sade. NBC 2:4"i The O'Neill's, NBC 3:r0 TLic Hour of Charm, NBC .1:30 Way Down East 3:-15 The G u i d i n p L l R h t . NT1C 4:HO Io\va Fed. Woman's Clubs 4:15 Houseboat llnnnah 4:30 The Randall Sisters, NBC 4:45 Rcvnc 4:55 Builclins 5:00 TUIICR firlJi Junior Nurses Corp. 5:31 Jack Armstrong ri:35 Sunsnt Corners Onrv fi:00 Amns *n' A n d y . NBC fi:15 Uncle Kzrn'.s Radio Slnlion, NBC fi:30 NCW.I fi:4;i Tony Cahnnch 7:00 Fihhcr McGcc and Molly, NBC 7:30 Concert fl:00 Warden T^IU - PP i n "20.000 Years in S i n n Sine"." N R C R:30 TUcli.irrl Hinihcr. NBC ri:fin Frank!:. NBC 0:^0 jntrfc R a n d n l n h a n d His M u ? f c PMii The Sot't-s You Love to Hear 10:01 World Dances 10:15 N C W F R p p o r f e r 10:30 The Mansion of D r c n m 5 \naa T l n i n h n w U n o m OrclT-stra. N R C 11:on i\iacnolri run^som?,. NRC l l : 3 t Hotel l'r*rini1iT*c O r e h c - l r n . NBC WMT NBC Blue Network r R u p J d g anil Water I DC, : Central Standard Time I GOO Kilocycles) STATE COLLEGE CONCERT GROUP ON KGLO SUNDAY iO Piece Group Directed by A. R. Edgar, Formerly of Osage High School. KGLO will broadcast a special concert by the town Slate concert iancl o£ Rfl pieces from ,1 o'clock .o 4:15 Sunday afternoon. This jand is one of the few non-professional organizations which has perfect instrumentation. Its director is Alvin R. Edgar, well known in North Iowa musical circles, and formerly director of music at Roosevelt high school of DCS Moines. Prior to his Des Moines position Mr. Edgar was director of band and orchestra at Osage. \ V h e n t h e W a g ner-Mozart A. R. EDGAR music hall was dedicated he was one of the guest conductors participating in the ceremonies. In 102Q his Osage band won a slate championship in Class B. Guest conductor of the concert Sunday will be Dr. A. A. Harding, director of bands of the University of Illinois nt Champaign, and the dean of American college band directors. Sundai-, Feb. 14. 7:00 Melody Hour 1:30 Family Altnr IUUO Comics 9:00 Loll Webb at llic Ol'Enti 0^30 Ncwsltmo ['.-lf» MoniinB MiiUncc 10:30 Rehearsal ll:UO Trinity LuUlcr.-m Church 12:00 Music o£ the Moment 12::tl) Smoke Dreams 1:00 Mack: Key 2:00 Halli^'an's Demit.iSFC 2:15 Music nutl Flowers 2:30 Famous Homes ot Famous Americans 2:45 Your Lawmakers 3:00 Harold Stokes 1 Orchestra :i:30 Walnut Struct Church 4:01) We. Iho Pcoulc 4:30 Stoopn.-iflle mid Budd 5:00 Cupid's Court 5:30 It May Happen to You 5:35 The Modern String Ensemble 5:45 Rhythmettcs 6:00 D. A. R. Program C:15 Music for Dancing ti:30 Believe It or Not Rinley 1:00 F.iUicr Coughlfn 7:30 Playbox Theater 11:011 Walter Winchcll 8:15 Rippling Rhythm Review H:4S Edwin c. Hill fi:l, r Carol Wcymarui, soprano 0:30 Gospel broadcast Association Pro. gram 10:00 Judy and the Bunch 10:10 Moment Musicale 10:15 Newsllinc 10:30 Frankie Masters' Orchestra 11:00 Clyde Lucas' Orchestra 11:30 George Hamilton's Orchestra 12:00 SIsn Oil M n n i l n v , Feb. Is THf Service Reports 7:on Matins--T. j. Wilkinson 7:20 News Notes 7:30 The Music-Shop 0:00 News of the Hour 8:03 Music Shop. Continued 8:50 Service Reports !):00 News of the Hour l! : TM '^ F:1l i' cr Abraham," Ruth Galvin !J:uO Service Reports 10:00 News of the Hour 10:05 The Homemakcrs 10:30 Service Reports 11:00 News of tnc Hour 11:05 Class In Acriculture. Prof. A H Hausralh 11:50 Slate Police Bulletin.; 12:00 "Old World Forestry," Pro/, R. B, Thompson 12:15 Service Reports 12:40 News Summary 12:;iO Mocllcr's Accordion Band 1:^0 Service Reports 2:00 News of t h e Hour 2:30 Simpson Conservatory of Mualc 3;00 News of Ihc Hour 3:OS Maitcru-ork 3:30 Short story. lililll Calvin 4:00 Grhmell Hour 4:4~ Ncw.s .Summai'v 5:00 "The Y Prcscnl.i--" 5:30 Slpi oft Eddv to 'Anchors AweicrK' on His Sunday Program "Anchors A weigh," the rousing song of the Annanolis midshipmen, as sunrt by Nnlson Eddv, will br a sprrial attraction of the "Onen House" broadcast from Chicago Sunday from 7 to 7:30 over WCCO. A famous number, Infrequently heard on the airwaves. "The King's Prayer" from Wagner's "Lohengrin." w i l l he another of Eddy's solos, as will "Sweet Soni nf Long Aso," and "The Bolls of St. Mary's." Tn duel wilh Nadine Conner, his son r a no suonorlinc slar. EdrTv v/iM sin;* "Wan! 111,5 You" from Ronibcrg's "New Moon." t Monday, Feb. 15 5:3(1 Tall Com Time 5:.1.1 t'arminy in Ihc News li:00 Toll Corn Time till si Pnul Barger, County Agent fi:30 Family Altar 7:00 Ncwstiinc 7:10 Musical Clock fl:00 Tim Brady and His Round-Pp B:30 Frank Voclkcr, organist (1:45 Interlude 3:50 Women m llic News 9:00 Morning licw.scast 9:IS Scolty View. 1 ; ihc News 0:30 Marriage Clinic flMS Magic Kilchca 10:00 Markets 0:03 Melody Mountaineers 10:13 Music Memory 10:31) Vic ami Sntic 45 Edward MntrKiiBti 11:00 Commercial Program 11:15 Lou Webb at the Organ J l t f O WMT German Band 11:45 Noonday Newscast 11:55 CctSar Valley Hillbillies 12:10 Question Man 12:20 Voice of Iowa 12::iO Markets ;t3 Ccrlar Valley Hillbillies 12:45 Joe Doakts J2:Sri Aunt Fanny 12:"5 Iowa Cornhuskers 1:0; Many Happy Returns 1:10 Town CornhUskers 1:15 WMT German Band 1:30 Hill Brown "The Movie Man" 1:45 Commercial Program 2:(M Izzy on the Air 2:05 Rochester Civic Orchestra -t;00 Howard Landin's Orcliclva .1:15 Reporter of Odd Facts 3:20 Melody 1,1 tigers On 3:r,0 Johnny O'nrinn H:43 YonnR Hickory 4:00 Dance Orchestra 4:15 Poppy Fuller. Tea Time Tune* 4:."y Marl owe nnd Ijyon 4:-lf TLin Old Homestead 5:00 Cozy Corner, 1 ? 5:15 Tune Times 3:30 Evening New*cast 5:43 Orphan Annie fi'.fin flick Roberts' Orchestra r.:13 T^ifc Savers fi:^0 -Stories from T.ile fi:25 Frank Voclkcr fi:4ii Final Edition R:-13 Dipmomt Cily News 7:00 Helen Hayes 7:3(1 Sweetest Love Sonjfs Ever Sung H:nn For Men Only 8:311 Jack Pean 3:00 Farley Day Program in:00 Dream Song.s 10:15 Newstimc 10:30 v. F. \V. "Hello America" 11:00 Zero Hour 11:30 I,eo R(*i«:rn:in Orchestra 12:00 Stun O/f Eil McConnclI to Sing-. Smiling Eel McConnclI will sin "Constantly," "An Apple a Day and the hymn, "Jesus, Savior, Pi lot Pile," d u r i n g his program, Sun day nt 4:,tfl p. m. over WHO P a l m e r Clark's orchestra and vo rnl cnsnmfolr w i l l offer "T Go Rhythm" and "Ah, Sweet Mystcr of Life." Pipe organ selections 1 Ii mn Gl«n w i l l inHii'lo "Chln\" CARLOS CHAVEZ TO LEAD GROUP Distinguished Mexican Con- ductoL- and Composer to Direct Philharmonic. Carlos Chavez, the distinguished lexicaii conductor and composer, vill direct his first broadcast with lie New York Philharmonic symphony orchestra over the combined Columbia and Canadian net- vorks on Sunday from 2 to 4 p. m. Chavez will feature two or his iwn compositions,, the "Sinfonia 'i Antfgona," and his ballet-syin- 'hony of the modern age, "H. P." referring to Horse Power). The irst portion of the broadcast will . e devoted to Cherubini's Over- ure to "Anaei'con" and Becthov- n's Symphony No. 7 in A Major. 'ollowing the intermission Chaez will conduct Ravel's suite, Daphnis et Chloe." Jose Itui'bi introduced the Sin- onia Antigona to New York at he stadium concerts three' sum- ievs ago and Chavez himself con- uctcd it last March with the Phil- delphia orchestra. The history oE lie work goes back to 1932 when he Mexican department i of line rts gnve a performance of Jean :octeau's "Contraction" o£ Ho- ihoclcs' "Antigone." Chavez was sked to provide the incidental nusic. Within two days the com- oser had sketched the entire sym- iliony and delivered tlic sections equircd for the performance, cored for small orchestra. Shorty thereafter lie scored the entire lymphony for full orchestra.. His ballet-symphony, "H. P.," ormed by the composer a "dancc- :yraphony," was completed in 931 and first presented as a stage vork in Philadelphia on March 31, 1932. under the baton of Stokowski. The decors and costumes were by Diego Rivera, who also col- aborated with Chavez on the book. The program notes open with the statement that "The Balet 'II. P.' symbolizes the rela- .ions of the northern regions with :hose pt the tropics, and shows iheir interrelationship." During the intermission Deems Taylor will discuss the program informally. "Church of the Air" Includes Speeches of. Rabbi and Minister The Rev. Warren Whoelcr PicU- ott of the First Congregational church in Detroit and flabbi Abr a m Simon, of the Washington Hebrew congregation, will be morning and afternoon speakers, respectively, on "Church nf the Air" programs over the WABC- Columbia network Sunday. "The Question of the Hour" is the subject of Mr, Pickett's sermon, to be delivered from the studios of \V.TR from 9 to 0:30 a. m. Music will be provided by the mixed quartet of his church. "Highway or Barrier" is the title of Rabbi Simon's sermon, to be heard from the studios of \VJSV from 12 to 12:30 p. m. The mixed quartet of the congregation under direction of Lewis Atwater, organist and choirmaster, will sup- pty the music, Patti Cliapin/ CBS. songstress, celebrated on Feb. R the f i r s t anniversary of her marriage lo a Hartford. Conn., physician. Says she: "Careers and marriage do mix."

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