The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 11, 1939 · Page 10
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TEN THE DAILY MAIL, HAG^RSTOWN, MD., FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1939. Today $ Radio Programs NEW YORK, Aug. 11.—Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, who appeared as guest director of Hobby Lobby last week, is coming back for two more broadcasts, August 16 and 23. When Mrs. Roosevelt broadcast last week she went on the air without rehearsal because other engagements did not permit her arrival at the studio in time. Listeners apparently were unaware that she was reading the prepared script for the first time. Dave Elman, regular Master of Ceremonies of the program, which is a WJZ-NBC feature, is in Fargo, N. D., recovering from an appendicitis operation that interrupted his vacation. NBC'S first telecast of tennis matches at Rye, N. Y., while fairly satisfactory, was marred in spots by interference picked up in the relay from the mobile unit to the main transmitter -MBS announces the forthcoming addition of stations WCMI at Ashland, Ky.; WSIX at Nashville, Tenn.: WLAP at Lexington, Ky., and WGRC of New Albany, lnd. f and Louisville, Ky., while NBC reports WBLK of Clarksburg, W. Va., and WGKV at Charleston, W. Va. are joining that chain. Programs tonight (Friday): Young Democrats convention— WJZ-NBC 6:45, Sen. Joseph Guffey, Sen. Josh Lee and Paul M. McNutt; MBS-Chain S, Robert H. Jackson WEAF-NBC—7 Lucille Manners concert; S Waltz Time; 9 Guy Lombardo; 9:30 America Unlimited, Philip Murray; 9:45 Trial Census Rehearsal. WABC-CBS—6: CO Comment From Paris; 7:30 Johnny Presents; S Raymond Paige concert; 8:30 First Nighter; 9:30 Bob Ripley. Look Over This List. Select the Things You Need, Then Figure How Much You Save! Jumbo Sodas 10c Chocolate Vanilla Strawberry Also Dr. Pepper Frosty Pep WE SATISFY ALL TASTES! We serve really de- licious Sodas at our fountain. Only the finest ingredients are used. Come in,." Refresh Yourself! $1.00 Upjohn's Citrocarbonate .., 60e Sal Hepatica $1.00 Noral Agar Mineral Oil $1.00 Adlerika $1.00 Haley's M O Mineral Oil COc Alka Seltzer Tablets .. 50c Heneph's Dieuretic Pills ... 75c Russian Mineral Oil 40c Fletcher's Castoria $1-00 Ironized Yeast Tablets ... $1.25 Vercolate Tablets 75c Bayer's Aspirin Tablets, 1CO's $1.35 Pierces Golden Medical Discovery 79c 49c 79c 69c 49c 29c 42c 31c 69c 89c 59c -60c-Wildroot Hair . .Tonic with Oil $1,00 Finesse * 'Face'Powder ,55.c. Pond's Creams "50c" Ipana . .Tooth Paste 35c Swav Shaving Cream 35c Life Buoy * Shaving Cream 50c Barbaso! Shaving Cream 75c Listerine Antiseptic—14 oz. $1.00 Lucky Tiger Hair Tonic. $1.25 Moone's Emerald Oil $1.25 Absorbing Jr Endol Insect Destroyer (Quart) Fly Ribbons Dozen 29c 69c 39c 39c 29c 25c 39c 59c 79c 95c 94c 37c 16c "WJZ-NBC—7:30 Don't Forget; 8:30 Robinhood Dell concert; 9 Australia Salute to World's Fair; 9:30 Grant Park concert, MBS-Chain—7 New Tim© for Welcome Neighbor; 9:30 Rep. William Lemke on "Postalization of Transportation Rates/' What to expect Saturday: WEAF- NBC—10 a. m. Chautauqua Symphony; 3 p. m., concert from Berlin: 4 National High School Baud. CBS-Chain—11:15 a. m., Women in World of Tomorrow; 1 p. m., Bull Session. "The Family"; 3:30 Champlain Handicap at Saratoga. WJZ- NBC—11:30 a. m. Farm Bureau Federation; 3 p. m. Club Matinee; 5:05 Eastern Grass Courts Tennis. MBS-Chain..11:30 a. m. Young Democrats, Mayor Edward Kelly of Chicago; 12:45 p. m. Marconi Memorial Award; 2 London Promenade concert. LOCAL QUOTATIONS Furnished by Kline Bros., Benevola Wheat (at mill) 68c Wheat (at barn) 67c Corn . .*' 75c Local Prices Paid Producers Butter lb. 20c to 26c Country Bacon lb l«c Eggs doz. 17c Onions per bu. 75c Country Ham lb. 25c Chickens lb. lie to 14c Springers lb. 14c to 16c Shoulder lb. 20o Lard lb. ?c Potatoes No. 1, bu, 50e The Horoscope (Copyright, 1939. by tht McClure Newspaper Syndicate) Friday, August 11, 1939 Mixed good and evil are discerned in the planetary influences for today, according to astrology. In the morning the muid may be 'confused and lethargic. Although there should be ability to discern the best in human nature, women may Tje misjudged in their ambitions under this configuration. They will be happiest attending to their knitting until the signs change. 30 EAST WASHINGTON STREET TODAY'S CROSS WORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1. Hawaiian salutation and farewell I. Former collective plural of a certain vegetable II. Permeable by liquids 13. Large arteriei 14. Symbol for radium 15. Dignify 17. Lowest note of Guide's scale JS. Tavern 20. Human trunk 21. Gone by 22. Cast sidelong glances 24. Very small 25. Stair 2G. Wild animal 2S. One \vlio shoots from ambush 30. Act 32. Implement 33. Umbrcll.i- shaped part of a mush- ro^m S5. Earth 37. Transgressions 38. Variety or let- ture <0. Snring Solution of Yesterday's Puzzle ITftlESMTIEINIOHUHVENlP 2. Label ". Jlo\v£d . . . . Bitter herb Article Great 'JLJiks Serve the pur- • pose Thin dress neater jals Glossy fabric St. Park tn the • Rockres • 65. Kind of truck DOWN 1. Month. 2. Gave temporarily 5. Alternative 4. Garden implement 5. Sister of one's parent 6. Horseback hockey 7. Before S. Near 9. Pik« perch 10. Bar legally 12. Covering of high mountain tops 43. Atray 16. Seaweeds 19. RequirinE 2L Workshop 23. Stagger* 25. Cylinder for winding 27. Female rufl 29. Greek Island 3L Shylpck's coins 33. Musical In- strumenti 34. Rail bird 36. Scotch comedian ' 37. Break a hols in 39. East Indian weights •41. Flower 43. Units 44. Circular Indicator 47. Leaf of th« palmyra palm 45. American Indian 51. Pronoun 53. Comparative ending 14 18 21, 3o 23 2o 38 ®w° W 1O NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS By OSCAR HITT FUST TIME I EVER ET AT A PICNIC TABLE IN A DINING — SILLIEST THING I EVER HEERD OF ! -TOSS ME A BISCUIT C'N V HEAR ME DOWN THERFp SHHH H.PETERS/ A ROLL FOR PETERS, PLEASE/ WENDELL Industry should be fortunate today. Workers will be inclined to cooperate in important matters. Urgent orders will be received by many manufacturers. Farmers should benefit today, as the stars promise better prices for the future. Methods of distribution are to be improved and agriculture conducted on a scientific plan. Better returns are forecast for fruits and grains. Increased demand for food staples will mark the autumn. Persons past middle age are fortunate under this configuration which seems to promise a return of re'spect for experience. Advice of elders will be sought by members of their families. ' The evening is promising to men and women who find joy in simple recreations. Astrologers emphasize the importance of curtailing expensive amusements. Persons whose birthdate it is have the augury of a year of unusual events. For some men upheavals in business are pending. Children born on this day may be forceful in speech and determined in action. These subjects of Leo generally succeed at any cost, but they are usually honorable. Their ruler is the Sun.: THEY GET PEACH OF A SHAVE BOWLING GREEN, Ky., Aug 11 (£>)•—Two Bowling Green orchard- ists have a solution-for the current controversy over the new tennis ball, which Australian players contend shows fuzz quickly and becomes too heavy. The two—Roger Porter and E. D. Hudgens—have peach "defuzzers" in operation on their farms. The machines, through a system of brushes, turn out peaches minus the undesirable "whiskers" at the rate of a bushel a minute. Loon OFFICC LIBCRflL LO«n5 on CVCRYTHIHG 55H JOrjflTHflnS 1 THE OLD HOME TOWN By STANLEY •BUT PETERS VETOED ANY MORE OF THI9 LONQ TABLE BUSINESS/ •AFTEK A 5E.9SION OF YELLING- BACK AND FORTH HIS THROAT WAS SO SORE HE COULD HARDLY MANAGE HIS SECOND HELP/NG OF DE55EKT ^TOOC, CAN YOU <3ET HIS LJNE o VISION BACK ( TO OUI3 MAIN STREETS V THREE STORY LUTMER JUSTCAME^BACK FROM *THE WORLDS BAIR POPEYE There Goes The Bride! HAMBURGERS AM' ONJIOMS, THAT WAS A GOOD BACHELOR, VES.AKJD MOW i MUST HURR.VTO MV 8R1DE MV DARL1W6,SOOSJ VOU SHALL BE MRS.W1MPV VJIMPYYOU HAVE SEEM EATIMG OKllOMS. 1 WHAT,YOU DO MOT L\KE ^ ALAS, A CLEAR CASE OF INCOMPATIBILITY Copr. m<>. Kinc Fr«i, . IK SCORCHY SMITH By JOHN C. TERRY I CAN SEE ANGELA AND THE DOCTOR—AND WAIT, J CAN HEAR MAKE A .OT OF RADIUM AND THEY'RE ABOUT TO LEAVE WITH IT-—AND. THEY'RE GOING JO TAKE ANGELA AND THE DOCTOR WITH THEM7/ THEY CAN WHY, WE'D THEM AGAIN YOU'RE RIGHT WE'VE ^ THEM NEVERSEE BUT HOW BRICK BRADFORD By William Ritt and Clarence Gray YOUR FRIEND'S SAFE'-YOU'D BETTER GET INTO WELL THE FRONT COCKPIT -O.K.? . ___^_ , FRIENDS CHAP FIRST ; PLEASE — MUGGS AND SKEETER =«*SCW/»^ OH-OH! i PECKON THET MOTOR-MOWER 1 COME O N YORES Ht£Z DOKiE/ OM!! FROM/WE HAD PAPPV r/ AGIM11 rr BETTER GO AN'SEE IF IT'S WUSSTHIN THET!! THET THAU CRITTER AW/VAOS' GITS HALPI > HAUPi WE CAN HELP H1MI PAPPV! JUA1P" \«>x .fv..rtb?X- . y

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