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brings you a hilarious 30 minutes
of merriment and music featuring
Carl Hoff and his orchestra and
that famous low-pressure salesman,
Elmerßlurt ("I hope—l hope"). Every
CoPYritlit. 191 h. B. .I. Reinolds Tobanao Company. Wlnston•Balem. N. C
... from the cigarette that gives you extra smoking pleasure
Thirty minutes chock-full of
chuckles with that lovable,
laughable cracker-barrel phi
losopher of Rosedale. You'll
laugh with him—you'll love
him. Every Saturday night—
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They Taxied Their Plane in Parade
C. A. A. student pilots of the University of Baltimore took part in the Defenders Day parade by
mounting their training plane on a truck. The novel float caused a great deal of interest and applause.
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Join sophisticated Ilka Chase for "Luncheon at the Waldorf."
You'll meet the personalities of the day. You'll hear the
latest gossip on fads and fashion& You'll get , the inside on
who's who and what's doing. Saturday —NBC.
A hot half-hour of "solid sending'
featuring Bob Crosby, with "the best
Dixieland Band in the land" and the
famous Crosby "Bobcats." Every Thurs
America's favorite young marrieds, straight from
the funnies and films, give you a grand half-hour
of howls and thrills. Featuring screen stars Penny
Singleton and Arthur Lake as "Blondie" and
Dagwood Bumstead. Every Monday night—CßS.
Photo by Brecker