Harrisburg Telegraph from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on October 10, 1941 · Page 15
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FRIDAY EVENING HAKRISBURG TELEGRAPH OCTOBER 10, 1941 15 Plans Are Made For Mt. Wolf P - TA Session Mt. Wolf, Oct. 10. A meeting of the Executive Committee of the local Parent - Teachers Association was held to make plans for the first meeting of the P. - T. A. for the 1941 - 42 term to be held October 21. Plans were also dis cussed for the annual Halloween celebration. Members of Class No. 4 of the Otterbein United Brethren Sunday School met recently at the home of the president, Mrs. Kenneth Decker. Officers elected were: President, Mrs. Ernest Lenker; secretary, Mrs. Gordon Seitz; treasurer, Katherire Fink; flower committee, Mrs. William Emenheiser, Mrs. Gordon Seitz and Mrs. William Knudsen. Tentative plans have been made for the 11th district Christian Educational School to be held in the Otterbein United Brethren Church, Monday evening, beginning October 27. Radio Highlights P. M. FRIDAT 6.00 WHP Edwin C. Hill 7.00 WKBO "Pleasure Time" 8.00 WHP - - Kate Smith Hour 8.30 WKBO Information Please 9.00 WHP Johnny Presents 9.30 WKBO Michael and Kitty 10.00 WKBO Romance and Bhythm 11.30 WHP Benny Goodman & His Orch. A. M. SATURDAY 7.00 WHP Morning Alarm 9.00 WKBO Breakfast Club 10.00 WKBO Children's Bible Forum 12.30 WHP "Stars Over Hollywood" Lewisberry Grange Will Meet Monday TeuHchprrv. f)rt. 10. "SineinE Wheels, an educational and entertaining movie, will be presented hv the Pennsylvania Motor Truck Association at the regular meeting of the Valley Grange, No. 13b0, on Monday at 7.30 p.m. m the local Granee Hall. The eeneral manager of the motor group, Edward Gogolin, may be present and give a short address. The session will be open to the public. The Juvenile Grange will also hold its regular meeting. I 1 13 1 fl rSB9Ma - u I u 1 NU' Ifjjtl P ,,,,44 stew I V - AIIMW JlrVtlfcVU OA 2112 N. 6th St. Open Evenings Harrisburg's Pioneer Norge Dealer" rem Qpool On the Air Kate Smith Will present Er - rol Flynn, handsome leading man of the screen, in a dramatic story of Nathan Hale, and comedian Johnny Burke, "The Original Draftee," in his initial bow of the season, as high lights of her Variety Hour over the WHP - Columbia Network, tonight, October 10, at 8 o'clock. Ted Collins, producer; Charles Stark, announcer; Jack Miller and his band, with other special fea tures, will complete the program. Kate's second of the new season. Johnny Presents Tallulah Bankhead plays the lead in Charles Martin's adaptation of Lillian Hellman's play, "The Little Foxes" on "The Philip Morris Playhouse," Friday, October 10. (WHP, 9 to 9.30 p. m.) The play concerns Regina Gid - dens, who gains control of the family cotton mill through out' witting her two brothers. Not satisfied, she coolly sits and watches her husband die of a heart attack without helping him. She finally loses even the love of her daughter and becomes a lonely and bitter woman. Michael and Kitty A pair of gay, witty and sophisticated sleuths from New York's Park Avenue, will make their debut on WKBO tonight, October 10, from 9.30 to 9.55, in a new series of lightning - paced detective adventures under sponsorship of Canada Dry Ginger Ale, Inc. Mike and Kitty have been mar ried for ten exciting years. Al though Mike is a familiar figure to headwaiters at Manhattan's best night clubs, and can distinguish Cordon Rouge 1913 from Cliquot 1911, as well as outmaneuver the best of the Latins in a rhumba, he's no novice when it comes to tracking down evil - doers. Solving crimes is his life work and it's netted him enough to live graciously. Information Please Fiorello H. LaGuardia, New York City's Mayor, and U. S. Director of Civil ian Defense, will pack a thirty - minute session of "Information Plcce" into his crowded sched ule, when the NBC - Red Network program goes on the air Friday, October 10, at 8. 30 p. m., over WKBO. It will be his first appearance in the parade of national celebrities to the program's board of experts, and answering Clifton Fadimans questions with him will be Deems Taylor, the program's vice - conduc tor and frequent member of the board, and the regulars, John Kier - nan and Franklin P. Adams. MOON MXJLLTN'S By WILLARB SIR. WHAT IS THE MEANING OF THIS? . TAKE OFF YOUR Yi. - THIS HERE ISA PROFESSIONAL H CALL AND THAT ISA SAMPLE OF MY WORK. - 73 mmjm ( HAVE A SEAT ON YOUR FRIEND Ax HE AINT AS HARD AS HE LOOKS - K NO, NOT AND, MUSHMOUTH, YOU BRING THAT, ME YOUR 2) MULLIMS! hf. 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