Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on March 10, 1946 · Page 6
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-^f^ „* 7 »• t ~ £ .*-*. KPPN 1140 twt f eu» Dial . .^ People'* Clratt*.—MBS. of Prtphecy.—MBS. 9:1)0—AU'Wmhly of God Chorch, P«mp» 9/80"—Cfiaplalh .Tim—MBS. IftSffO—Wesley Kndio tcnsfi'e^-MBft. 10 jgO—Northwestern University Reviewing Stand—MBS. iliOO—Plr»t>B«ptl<«t Church. 12:00—OM PiWhloneil Rpvivnl TTnnr. ijOft—Lnth'c'rnti Hour. liSO—Bill Conninehsm—MB9. IH6—A Wflrld Tomorrow—M BS. 2:00—SonRfl Along the Trail—MBS. 8:00—Murder of My Hobby—MBS 8S80—True Detective Mysteries—MBS. 4-00—The Shadow—MBS. 4:80—Quick Aa A Flush—MBS. B:60—Those WcVwters—MBHS. 6:80—Music by Ellington. SUn—Qu in ton Reynolds. 6:00—Operatic Melodies—MBS. 6i30—Frankie Carle's Orch.—MBS. 7:00—A. L. Alexander.—MBS 7:80—Don't Be a Sucker—MBS. 7:4G—Gabriel Henttcr—MBS. 8:00—Exploring The Unknown—MBS. 8:30—Treasury Salute. 8:46—Dance Music. 9:00—Freedom of Opportunity—MBS. MBS. 9:30—The Sundoy Nijtlit Show—MBS. 10:00—William Hlllmnn—MBS. lOtlB—lies fcluort's Orrh.—MBS. lOilB—Johnny Pineapple's Oroh.—MBS. 10:415—Claude Hopkins Orch.—MBS. in s56—News. 11:00—Goodnight. MONDAY 8:50—Yawn Patrol. ? :00—The Open Bible. !30—Music by Judy Mnrltn. 'J :45—rPiano Moods. SiiOri—Frazer Hunt—MBS. 8:15—Shady Valley Folks- MBS. SiSO—Shady Valley Folks—MBS S'tBfi—-Momeiifn of Melody. 9:00—Once Over I.iithtly. 9:16—Pampm Party Line. . 9:Sp-MarrieiI for Life—MBS. 10:00—Cecil Brown—MBS. 10(16—Elaa Maxwell.—MBS. lOiSO—Red Cross. 10 !46—Victor H. Llndnhr—MBfl. J 1.100—Lylc Van, News -MBS. IVilB^Sonps By Morton Downey.—MBS. I ItlSO—.1. L. Swindle, News. ii:45—tl. 3. Kara! Ata&ffnr— *fB9. 12:00—Parsley Profcrton. 12:!B—Lnrti nnd Abner. 12.-SO—Luncheon 'With-Lopez—MBS. l?:4S—John J. -Anthon*—MBS. 1:00—Cedrto Po«er—MSS.. 1:1 &—Smile Time—M BS. 1:30—Queen For ADay—MBS. 2:00—True Confessions—MBS. 2:80—News of the Day—MBS. 2:45—Music In a Modern Manner. 3:00—Erskine John»on->—MBS. 3:1B—Johnson Family—MBS. 3:30—Mutunl'a Melcidy Hour—MBS, 4 :00—Tnnes by Request. MISTRESS MARY DR. L. J. ZACHRY OPTOMETRIST First National Bank BIdg. For Appointment Phone 2C9 Pampa Dry Cleaners Better Cleaning Always TWO-DAY SERVICE CLYDE JONAS Actress Mnry Dallas is featured on 'Exploring The Unkown," the week. fy serifs of factual dramas based an developments in science which Is broadcast Sundays over Mutual under the direction of Shermar Drver Mumlny nil No! works NfiC - 1::») John rims. Thomas: •! Nlif' Syiniiliiiny; '>:'•»< Cildi'i'Hlwvi': fi Jai'k lionny: 7 CliarlU" Mi-l'arlliy; "!:'•»> Kri'il All..'n ; S.-IUI Knmilliir Musii 1 : Hi'lD Mci-l. Me At I'nrky'K . . . CHS—1 Cluudetle Colhcrt: 2 K. Y. riiillinrmnnlp: 3:80 Nelson Eddy; r> Ozzie and Harriet; (! Thin Man Drama: 7 Mnrlin Hurt's lieulah ; S He-quest Performance: S :3I) Ed Wynn Due Hack With Jimmy Melton; !>:30 We The People . . . AMC--II :30 Paul Lavnllc Con- (•ert ; 2:30 Jnhnny Tliompnon and Jlcne Wonils; 4 Jones arid 1 Drama; 5 Hall of Fume; Burns and Allen; 0:30 Joe Kelly Hack with Quiz Kids; 7 Sunday KvonlnK Hour: S:SD 1/n r.uanlin's Hvwirli'mtl: 0 J'at (Vl)rien in "The Marker" . . . MHH - —12::{0 Sunday Soup Time.- 3 Murder My H-jbby: -I Tile Shadow; r> Those Weh- stera; (i Operatic Krvue; 7 Mediation Hoard: S K.xidorinsr Unknown; 9:30 Sun- ilay Nitfht Show. Tlie first separate children's court in the United States wan established in Chicago in 1800. 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