Ansbro, George

Copyright 2016, J. David Goldin.

These are all the programs in the radioGOLDINdex database which credit this artist. These listings are accurate as of October 23, 2016. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


98205. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. July 23, 1935. Program #102. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "Ta-Ra-Ra-Boom-De-Ay." Violinist Ferne Buckner's first appearance on the program. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, F. Chase Taylor, Budd Hulick, Stella and The Fellas, Gene Conklin, Ferne Buckner (violin), Rosemary Lane, Tom Waring, Frank Hower (duo-pianist), Steve Mougin (duo-pianist), Stuart Churchill, Clare Hanlon, Poley McClintock, Johnny Scat Davis, Priscilla Lane. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98204. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. July 30, 1935. Program #103. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "Let's Swing It." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, F. Chase Taylor, Budd Hulick, Gene Conklin, Johnny Scat Davis, The Three Fellas, Rosemary Lane, Priscilla Lane, Stella and The Fellas, Ferne Buckner (violin), The Noveliers, Stuart Churchill. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98203. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. August 6, 1935. Program #104. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is a collegiate medley, starting with Lafayette. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, F. Chase Taylor, Budd Hulick, Gene Conklin, Tom Waring, Frank Hower (duo-pianist), Steve Mougin (duo-pianist), Rosemary Lane, Johnny Scat Davis, Priscilla Lane, Ferne Buckner (violin), Stella and The Fellas, Stuart Churchill. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98202. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. August 13, 1935. Program #105. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The tune is a colliate medley, starting with Oregon State College. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Tom Waring, Stella Friend, Stella and The Fellas, Gene Conklin, Priscilla Lane, Poley McClintock, Tubby Hanlon, Ferne Buckner (violin), F. Chase Taylor, Budd Hulick, Johnny Scat Davis, Frank Hower (duo-pianist), Steve Mougin (duo-pianist), Rosemary Lane, Stuart Churchill, The Noveliers. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98201. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. August 20, 1935. Program #106. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is the song of the University of Illinois. The program concludes with, "Home On The Range," played in honor of Will Rogers and Wiley Post, who had both died five days previously. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Stuart Churchill, Johnny Scat Davis, Steve Mougin (piano), F. Chase Taylor, Budd Hulick, Stella and The Fellas, Ferne Buckner (violin), Rosemary Lane, The Noveliers. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98200. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. August 27, 1935. Program #107. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is a collegiate medley, starting with Stanford. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Gene Conklin, Frank Hower (duo-pianist), Steve Mougin (duo-pianist), Tom Waring, Rosemary Lane, Johnny Richardson (violin), F. Chase Taylor, Budd Hulick, Ferne Buckner (violin), Stella and The Fellas, Johnny Scat Davis, The Noveliers, Stuart Churchill. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98194. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. September 3, 1935. Program #108. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is the song of M.I.T. The first appearance on the series of Stoopnagle and Budd. The first performance ever of,"Alone Together" from "At Home Abroad." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Gene Conklin, Priscilla Lane, Stella and The Fellas, Tom Waring, Rosemary Lane, F. Chase Taylor, Budd Hulick, Tubby Hanlon (trombone), Ferne Buckner, The Noveliers, Stuart Churchill. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98198. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. September 10, 1935. Program #109. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "Broadway Rhythm." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Tom Waring, Rosemary Lane, Ferne Buckner, Johnny Scat Davis, F. Chase Taylor, Budd Hulick, The Three Fellas, Stuart Churchill, Stella and The Fellas, Steve Mougin (piano), The Noveliers. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98199. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. September 17, 1935. Program #110. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "Let's Swing It." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Stella and The Fellas, Gene Conklin, F. Chase Taylor, Budd Hulick, Ferne Buckner, The Noveliers, Stuart Churchill, Tom Waring, The Three Fellas, Rosemary Lane, Frank Hower (duo-pianist), Steve Mougin (duo-pianist). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98196. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. September 24, 1935. Program #111. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. An interesting program featuring music from Cole Porter's new show, "Jubilee." The show didn't open on Broadway until October 12, 1935. The Waring orchestra plays (among other tunes), "Sing Sing For Sing-Sing," "You're The Top," "I Get A Kick Out Of You," "Why Shouldn't I," "Me and Marie," Begin The Beguine," "When Love Comes Your Way" (the first waltz written by Cole Porter) and "Why Shouldn't I." The Cole Porter tunes are from "Jubilee" and other Cole Porter shows. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Cole Porter (composer), Tom Waring, F. Chase Taylor, Budd Hulick, Tom Waring, Rosemary Lane, Priscilla Lane, Johnny Scat Davis, Poley McClintock, Tubby Hanlon (trombone), Stuart Churchill, Gene Conklin, Frank Hower (duo-pianist), Steve Mougin (duo-pianist), The Noveliers, Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98197. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. October 1, 1935. Program #112. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "I Feel A Song Coming On." The program ends with Stuart Churchill and the glee club singing, "Kol Nidre." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Stella and The Fellas, Ferne Buckner, Gene Conklin, The Three Fellas, Poley McClintock, The Noveliers, F. Chase Taylor, Budd Hulick, Steve Mougin (piano), Stuart Churchill, Stella Friend, Johnny Scat Davis, Priscilla Lane, Tom Waring, Rosemary Lane. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98989. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. October 8, 1935. Program #113. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is a collegiate medley, starting with "Fordham." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner, Tom Waring, Johnny Scat Davis, F. Chase Taylor (as "Colonel Stoopnagle"), Budd Hulick (as "Budd"), Stella and The Fellas, John Richardson, Stuart Churchill, Rosemary Lane, Priscilla Lane, Steve Mougin (duo-pianist), Frank Hower (duo-pianist), Tubby Hanlon, Johnny Scat Davis, Poley McClintock. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98105. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. October 15, 1935. Program #114. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The program features a, "Jerome Kern Cavalcade Of Songs," starting with, "Don't Mind The Paint" (Kern's first published composition). F. Chase Taylor and Budd Hulick appear as, "Stoopnagle and Budd." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner, Johnny Scat Davis, Rosemary Lane, Tom Waring, Priscilla Lane, The Noveliers, Stella and The Fellas, Gene Conklin, Stuart Churchill, F. Chase Taylor, Budd Hulick. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

98106. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. October 22, 1935. Program #115. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford of Canada. The program originates from Toronto. The first tune is a medley of the songs of Canadian colleges, starting with Toronto. The show features the first performance of, "One Night In Monte Carlo" (written by Sheiman, Lewis and Silver). F. Chase Taylor and Budd Hulick appear as, "Stoopnagle and Budd." Three tunes from, "Stars Over Broadway" are featured. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Gene Conklin, Stella and The Fellas, Al Sheiman (composer), Al Lewis (composer), Abner Silver (composer), Ferne Buckner, F. Chase Taylor, Budd Hulick, Johnny Scat Davis, Priscilla Lane, Stuart Churchill, Tom Waring, Rosemary Lane, The Noveliers. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

98107. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. October 29, 1935. Program #116. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is a college medley, starting with Princeton. Ther program features a comedy routine by, "Stoopnagle and Budd." The orchestra plays, "Stormy Weather" as Don Redman and His Orchestra might play it. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Priscilla Lane, Frank Hower (piano), Tom Waring, Rosemary Lane, Stella and The Fellas, The Noveliers, Ferne Buckner, F. Chase Taylor, Budd Hulick, Stuart Churchill. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Complete.

98108. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. November 5, 1935. Program #117. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is a college medley, starting with Penn State. F. Chase Taylor and Budd Hulick appear as, "Stoopnagle and Budd." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Bill Randall (commercial spokesman), Frank Hower (piano), Tom Waring, Rosemary Lane, Ferne Buckner, Stella and The Fellas, The Noveliers, Johnny Richardson (violin), Stuart Churchill, Johnny Scat Davis, Gene Conklin, F. Chase Taylor, Budd Hulick, Priscilla Lane. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

98109. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. November 12, 1935. Program #118. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is a college medley, starting with Brown. F. Chase Taylor and Budd Hulick appear as, "Stoopnagle and Budd." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Rosemary Lane, Tom Waring, F. Chase Taylor, Budd Hulick, Gene Conklin, Johnny Scat Davis, Priscilla Lane, Ferne Buckner, Stuart Churchill. . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

98191. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. November 19, 1935. Program #119. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is a college medley, starting with, Princeton." The last program of the series on which Stoopnagle and Budd appear. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Tom Waring, Ferne Buckner, Gene Conklin, Johnny Scat Davis, Priscilla Lane, F. Chase Taylor, Budd Hulick, Rosemary Lane, Gene Conklin, Stella and The Fellas, Frank Hower (duo-pianist), Steve Mougin (duo-pianist). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

87065. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. November 26, 1935. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "Don't Give Up The Ship." The show introduces three new songs by Jerome Kern ("I'm The Echo, You're The Song," The Jockey On The Carousel" and "I Dream Too Much"). Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Stella and The Fellas, Tom Waring, The Noveliers, Johnny Scat Davis, Harold Triggs (duo-pianist), Stuart Churchill, Priscilla Lane, Ferne Buckner (violin), Frank Hower (piano), Bill Bivens (? announcer), Vera Brodsky (duo-pianist). 58:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

98192. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. December 3, 1935. Program #121. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is a college medley starting with, "Minnesota." The show features a medley of four tunes from, "Collegiate," being played for the first time on the air. The orchestra plays, "Finlandia," in honor of the birthday of Jean Sibelius (even though he was born on December 8th). Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Steve Mougin (piano), Rosemary Lane, Frank Hower (piano), Tom Waring, Gene Conklin, Poley McClintock, Ferne Buckner, Stella and The Fellas, Stuart Churchill, Johnny Scat Davis, Priscilla Lane, The Noveliers. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98193. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. December 10, 1935. Program #122. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is a college medley starting with, Rutgers." Music from, "The King Of Burlesque" is featured. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Gene Conklin, Stella and The Fellas, Ferne Buckner, Tom Waring, Johnny Scat Davis, Priscilla Lane, Rosemary Lane, Curly and Clare, Johnny Richardson, Stuart Churchill. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98795. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. December 17, 1935. Program #123. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "Lord Jeffrey Amhurst." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Stella and The Fellas, Ferne Buckner, Gene Conklin, Steve Mougin (duo-pianist), Frank Hower (duo-pianist), Rosemary Lane, Tom Waring, Johnny Scat Davis, Stuart Churchill, Charles Newman (harmonica). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

87066. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. December 24, 1935. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is a round robin of, "Jingle Bells." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Stuart Churchill, Gene Conklin, Vera Brodsky (duo-pianist), Harold Triggs (duo-pianist), Tom Waring, Rosemary Lane, The Noveliers, Stella and The Fellas, Ferne Buckner (violin). 58:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

87077. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. January 7, 1936. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The tune is a college medley, starting with Catholic University. An announcement is made that beginning next week, the program will be heard on CBS for 1/2 hour on Tuesday night, on NBC for 1/2 hour on Friday night. Tom Waring, Rosemary Lane, Priscilla Lane, Johnny Scat Davis, Stuart Churchill, Gene Conklin, Juliette Lowell (guest), Charles Newman (harmonica solo), Ferne Buckner (violin), Poley McClintock, Bill Bivens (? announcer), Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Stella and The Fellas. 59:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

98345. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. January 14, 1936. Program #126. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is a collegiate medly of Army and Navy. This is the last program in a one hour format. The program switches to NBC on January 17, 1936 in a half-hour format, still sponsored by Ford. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Rosemary Lane, Gene Conklin, Stella and The Fellas, The Noveliers, Stuart Churchill, Charles Newman (harmonica), Ferne Buckner, Poley McClintock, Tom Waring, Johnny Scat Davis, Steve Mougin (duo-pianist), Frank Hower (duo-pianist). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98346. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. January 17, 1936. Program #128. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The program has switched, as of this broadcast, to NBC with a half-hour format. The first tune is, "Old Man Rhythm." The program originates from Philadelphia. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Stella and The Fellas, Ferne Buckner, Vera Brodsky (duo-pianist), Harold Triggs (duo-pianist), Johnny Scat Davis, Rosemary Lane, Priscilla Lane, Tom Waring, The Noveliers, Stuart Churchill. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98348. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. January 21, 1936. Program #129. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "The Washington and Lee Swing. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Rosemary Lane, Ferne Buckner, Tom Waring, Charles Newman (harmonica), Gene Conklin, Stella and The Fellas, The Noveliers, Stuart Churchill. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98349. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. January 24, 1936. Program #130. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is a collegiate medley: Minnesota and Wisconsin. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Rosemary Lane, Ferne Buckner, Tom Waring, The Noveliers, Stella and The Fellas, Gene Conklin. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98351. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. January 31, 1936. Program #132. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The program originates from the Civic Theatre, Chicago. The first tune is a collegiate medley: Chicago and Northwestern. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Tom Waring, Priscilla Lane, Johnny Scat Davis, Gene Conklin, Stella and The Fellas, Ferne Buckner, The Noveliers, Rosemary Lane. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98353. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. February 7, 1936. Program #134. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The program originates from Chicago. The first tune is a collegiate medley: Indiana, Purdue and Illinois. The orchestra plays, "Stormy Weather" in the style of Don Redman. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Tom Waring, Ferne Buckner, Rosemary Lane, The Three Fellas, Charlie Barber (commercial spokesman), Tubby Hanlon (commercial spokesman), Gene Conklin, Stella and The Fellas. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98355. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. February 14, 1936. Program #136. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The program originates from the Venetian Room of The Book-Cadillac Hotel, Detroit. The first tune is a collegiate medley, starting with Michigan State. Don't miss The Noveliers sings, "Nobody Knows But Major Bowes." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner, Johnny Scat Davis, Priscilla Lane, Frank Perkins, Gene Conklin, Stella and The Fellas, Rosemary Lane, Tubby Hanlon, Charles Newman (harmonica), The Noveliers, Tom Waring. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98712. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. February 21, 1936. Program #138. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The program originates from the main ballroom of The Carter Hotel, Cleveland. The first tune is a collegiate medley, starting with the song of Western Reserve. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Stella and The Fellas, Bill Marshall, Ferne Buckner, Gene Conklin, Priscilla Lane, Johnny Scat Davis, Tubby Hanlon, Tom Waring, Stella and The Fellas, Rosemary Lane. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98713. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. February 25, 1936. Program #139. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The program originates from the main ballroom of The Carter Hotel, Cleveland. The first tune is a collegiate medley, starting with the song of Ohio University. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Johnny Scat Davis, Rosemary Lane, Stella and The Fellas, Ferne Buckner, Poley McClintock, Tubby Hanlon, Tom Waring (performer, composer), Frank Perkins (composer), The Noveliers, Gene Conklin. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98714. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. February 28, 1936. Program #140. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The program originates from the main ballroom of The Carter Hotel, Cleveland. The first tune is, "Great Day." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Stella and The Fellas, Bill Marshall, Godfrey Peters (banjo), Rosemary Lane, Tom Waring, Charles Newman, Gene Conklin, The Noveliers, Ferne Buckner, Priscilla Lane. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98715. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. March 3, 1936. Program #141. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "Joan Of Arkansas." The Ford commercial is built into the song, "Nobody Knows But Major Bowes." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Johnny Scat Davis, Gene Conklin, Stella and The Fellas, The Noveliers, Tom Waring, Rosemary Lane, Steve Mougin (duo-pianist), Frank Hower (duo-pianist), Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98718. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. March 13, 1936. Program #144. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is a coillegiate medley, starting with the song of Oregon State. The orchestra plays, "Moonlight and Roses" in honor of the birthday tomorrow of Fred's mother. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Rosemary Lane, Steve Mougin (duo-pianist), Frank Hower (duo-pianist), Gene Conklin, Stella and The Fellas, The Noveliers, Tom Waring, Ferne Buckner, Johnny Scat Davis, Poley McClintock. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98721. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. March 20, 1936. Program #146. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. A program celebrating the "official" 17th anniversary of the Pennsylvanians. The show features tunes that made them famous, starting with a collegiate medley. The first tuen is, "The Nittany Lion." The Lane sisters sing ths song they sang when auditioning for Fred Waring ("Crazy People"). Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Stella and The Fellas, Ferne Buckner, Tom Waring, Rosemary Lane, Priscilla Lane, Gene Conklin, Poley McClintock. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98723. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. March 27, 1936. Program #148. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "We Saw The Sea." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner, Tom Waring, Stella and The Fellas, Gene Conklin, The Noveliers, Johnny Scat Davis, Priscilla Lane, Tubby Hanlon, Poley McClintock, Steve Mougin (duo-pianist), Frank Hower (duo-pianist). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Incomplete.

98724. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. March 31, 1936. Program #149. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "What's The Name Of That Song?" The program contains only tunes written by Vee Lawnhurst and Tot Seymour. The commercial is done to the tune of, "What's The Name Of That Car?" Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Vee Lawnhurst (composer), Tot Seymour (composer), Tom Waring, Johnny Scat Davis, Ferne Buckner, Priscilla Lane, Stella and The Fellas, Rosemary Lane, Gene Conklin. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98726. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. April 7, 1936. Program #151. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The program is devoted to the University of Pennsylvania's Mask and Wig Club. Their new show, "Red Rhumba" opens on Monday. All the songs on the program are either traditional University of Pennsylvania songs or are from the show, being heard for the first time. The songs were written by Clay Boland, Tommy Smith, and Moe Jaffe. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Stella and The Fellas, Tom Waring, Gene Conklin, Ferne Buckner, Johnny Scat Davis, The Noveliers, Priscilla Lane, Clay Boland, Tommy Smith, Moe Jaffe, Stuart Churchill (who sings, "Eli, Eli" in honor of Passover). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Incomplete.

98728. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. April 14, 1936. Program #153. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "On Your Toes." The program includes a tune titled, "Swing Waltz," written by Ed East (one of the "Sisters Of The Skillet") and Lindsay McVeil. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner, Gene Conklin, Steve Mougin (piano), Stella and The Fellas, Tom Waring, Rosemary Lane, The Noveliers, Ed East (composer), Lindsay McVeil (composer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98731. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. April 24, 1936. Program #156. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "You." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Tom Waring, Rosemary Lane, Steve Mougin (duo-pianist), Frank Hower (duo-pianist), Johnny Scat Davis, Ferne Buckner, Gene Conklin, Don Bryan Toots (?), Priscilla Lane, Stella and The Fellas, The Noveliers. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98732. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. April 28, 1936. Program #157. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is a collegiate medley, starting with Ohio State. The show includes a tune with the unusual title, "When It's August In The District Of Columbia" (written by The Fellas). Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Gene Conklin, Ferne Buckner, Johnny Scat Davis, Poley McClintock, Tubby Hanlon, Charles Newman (harmonica), The Noveliers, Rosemary Lane, Stella and The Fellas. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98733. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. May 1, 1936. Program #158. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "Christopher Columbia." The program shows the difference between "Swing" and "non-Swing" music. The Noveliers sing non-swing tune with the interesting title, "Omahaha and Idahoho." Guest Nayara sings, "Russian Lullaby" (also non-swing). Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner, Rosemary Lane, Stella and The Fellas, The Noveliers, Tom Waring, Nayara. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98735. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. May 8, 1936. Program #160. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "Doing The Prom." The Noveliers sing, "I Like Bananas, Because they Have No Bones," made famous by the Hoosier Hot Shots. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Stella and The Fellas, Tom Waring, Ferne Buckner, Johnny Scat Davis, Priscilla Lane, Gene Conklin, Charles Newman (harmonica), The Noveliers. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98738. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. May 16, 1936. Program #163. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The program originates fom the new "Ford Rotunda" at the Ford factory in Dearborn, Michigan. The rotunda dedication program. The first tune is, "Christopher Columbus." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Stella and The Fellas, Tom Waring, Johnny Scat Davis, Priscilla Lane, Poley McClintock, Ferne Buckner, Gene Conklin, Steve Mougin (duo-pianist), Frank Hower (duo-pianist). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98740. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. May 22, 1936. Program #165. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "The Mayor Of Alabam." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Johnny Scat Davis (vocal, trumpet), Ferne Buckner, Tom Waring, Gene Conklin, Stella and The Fellas, Rosemary Lane, Priscilla Lane, Stuart Churchill. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98742. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. May 29, 1936. Program #167. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "You're A Grand Old Flag." The show features nine songs with the word "take" in the title. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Stella and The Fellas, Johnny Scat Davis, Tom Waring, Poley McClintock, Gene Conklin, Priscilla Lane, Tubby Hanlon, Rosemary Lane, Ferne Buckner, The Noveliers. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98743. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. June 2, 1936. Program #168. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "Why?" Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Gene Conklin, Stella and The Fellas, Tom Waring, Charles Newman (harmonica), Rosemary Lane, Ferne Buckner, The V-8 Octet. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98746. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. June 12, 1936. Program #171. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "Dinah." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner, Johnny Scat Davis, Rosemary Lane, Tom Waring, Charles Newman (harmonica), Gene Conklin, Stella and The Fellas, The Noveliers. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98748. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. June 19, 1936. Program #173. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "Nobody's Sweetheart Now." An announcement is made that the program will be broadcast at 9:00 PM (Eastern) starting with the next program. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Johnny Scat Davis, Ferne Buckner, Gene Conklin, Tom Waring, Rosemary Lane, Stella and The Fellas, The Noveliers. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98751. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. June 30, 1936. Program #176. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "A Little Bit Later On." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Johnny Scat Davis, Priscilla Lane, Tom Waring, Stella and The Fellas, Gene Conklin, The V-8 Octet, Rosemary Lane, Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98753. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. July 7, 1936. Program #178. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "I Can't Give You Anything But Love." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Johnny Scat Davis, Ferne Buckner, Gene Conklin, Stella and The Fellas, Charles Newman (harmonica), Tom Waring, The V-8 Octet, Priscilla Lane, Stuart Churchill. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98754. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. July 10, 1936. Program #179. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "Military Man." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Tom Waring, Rosemary Lane, The Noveliers, Ferne Buckner, Priscilla Lane, Johnny Scat Davis, Gene Conklin. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98755. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. July 14, 1936. Program #180. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "I'm Tooting My Horn." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Johnny Scat Davis, Stinky Davis, Poley McClintock, Ferne Buckner, Gene Conklin, Stella and The Fellas, The V-8 Octet, Charles Newman (harmonica), Tom Waring, Rosemary Lane, The Noveliers. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98756. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. July 17, 1936. Program #181. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "First Rose Of Summer." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Stella and The Fellas, Ferne Buckner, Tom Waring, Rosemary Lane, The Noveliers, Gene Conklin. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

87078. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. July 21, 1936. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "San Francisco." An announcement is made that the program is going on vacation, a program featuring Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra will begin next week. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Johnny Scat Davis, Priscilla Lane, Vera Brodsky (duo-pianist), Harold Triggs (duo-pianist), The V-8, Rosemary Lane, The Noveliers, Gene Conklin, Ferne Buckner (violin), Andre Baruch (announcer). 30:37. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

87079. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. July 24, 1936. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "Alabamy Bound." An announcement is made that the program is going on vacation, and will be replaced next week by B. A. Rolfe and His Orchestra. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Stella and The Fellas, The Charioteers (guests), Ferne Buckner (violin), Gene Conklin, Charles Newman (harmonica), The Noveliers. 29:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

98758. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. July 31, 1936. Program #185. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The last program before the show's summer vacation. The first tune is, "It Can't Happen Here." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Tom Waring, Ferne Buckner, Gene Conklin, Priscilla Lane, The Three Fellas, Johnny Scat Davis, Rosemary Lane, The Noveliers. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98767. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. September 1, 1936. Program #194. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "By The Waters Of Mennetonka." The first program after a vacation for the month of August. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Tom Waring, Rosemary Lane, Charles Newman (harmonica), Charlie Barber, Ferne Buckner, Gene Conklin, The Three Fellas, Priscilla Lane, Johnny Scat Davis, Tubby Hanlon, Poley McClintock, The V-8 Octet. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

87081. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. September 4, 1936. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford ("Watch The Fords Go By"). The first tune is, "It Ain't Right." Gene Conklin, Rosemary Lane, Tom Waring, Vera Brodsky (duo-pianist), Harold Triggs (duo-pianist), The Noveliers, Alois Havrilla (announcer), Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Johnny Scat Davis, Priscilla Lane, Ferne Buckner. 30:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

98768. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. September 8, 1936. Program #196. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "Stompin' At The Savoy." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, The V-8 Octet, Ferne Buckner, Tom Waring, Steve Mougin (piano), Rosemary Lane, Priscilla Lane, Johnny Scat Davis, Poley McClintock. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98769. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. September 15, 1936. Program #198. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "What A Little Moonlight Can Do." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Tom Waring, Rosemary Lane, The V-8 Octet, Vera Brodsky (duo-pianist), Harold Triggs (duo-pianist), Gene Conklin, The Three Fellas, Ferne Buckner, The Noveliers. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

87068. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. September 18, 1936. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford ("Watch The Fords Go By"). The first tune is, "What A Little Moonlight Can Do." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Tom Waring, Rosemary Lane, The V-8, Vera Brodsky (duo-pianist), Harold Triggs (duo-pianist), Ferne Buckner (violin), The Noveliers, Priscilla Lane, Andre Baruch (announcer). 29:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

98770. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. September 22, 1936. Program #201. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "The Man I Love." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Vera Brodsky (duo-pianist), Harold Triggs (duo-pianist), Ferne Buckner, Gene Conklin, Charles Newman (harmonica), The V-8 Octet, Rosemary Lane, The Noveliers. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98771. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. September 25, 1936. Program #202. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "Kashmiri Song." The program ends with, "Kol Nidre" in honor of Yom Kippur. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Rosemary Lane, The Noveliers, Vera Brodsky (duo-pianist), Harold Triggs (duo-pianist), Tom Waring, Ferne Buckner, Priscilla Lane, The Three Fellas, Poley McClintock, Tubby Hanlon, Stuart Churchill. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98772. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. September 29, 1936. Program #203. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The program consists entirely of music by Cole Porter, including six songs from, "Born To Dance" being heard for the first time. The first tune is, "Rap Tap On Wood." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Priscilla Lane, The V-8 Octet, Johnny Scat Davis, Tom Waring, Ferne Buckner, Rosemary Lane, The Three Fellas, Poley McClintock, Gene Conklin, Cole Porter (composer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98773. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. October 2, 1936. Program #204. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "Tain't No Use." The cue sheet for the program indicates the program starting during the first tune due to "a special program" which ran late. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Tom Waring, Vera Brodsky (duo-pianist), Harold Triggs (duo-pianist), Ferne Buckner, The Noveliers, Gene Conklin. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98775. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. October 9, 1936. Program #206. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "Bojangles Of Harlem." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Rosemary Lane, Priscilla Lane, Johnny Scat Davis, Ferne Buckner, Tom Waring, Vera Brodsky (duo-pianist), Harold Triggs (duo-pianist), The Noveliers. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98776. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. October 13, 1936. Program #207. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "Nobody's Sweetheart Now." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Johnny Scat Davis, Ferne Buckner, Priscilla Lane, Rosemary Lane, The V-8 Octet, Tom Waring, The Noveliers, Gene Conklin. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98778. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. October 20, 1936. Program #209. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "Drink A Highball At Nightfall." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, The V-8 Octet, Johnny Scat Davis, Priscilla Lane, The Three Fellas, Poley McClintock, Steve Mougin (duo-pianist), Frank Hower (duo-pianist), Rosemary Lane, Ferne Buckner, Tom Waring, The Noveliers. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98779. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. October 27, 1936. Program #211. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. A program in honor of Navy Day. The first tune is, "Anchors Aweigh." The Noveliers sing a song with an interesting title: "She's Got A Great Big Army Of Friends and She Lives Near The Navy Yard." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Tom Waring, Rosemary Lane, Priscilla Lane, The Three Fellas, Johnny Scat Davis, The V-8 Octet, Ferne Buckner, The Noveliers. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98780. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. November 3, 1936. Program #213. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The program originates from the Rotunda in Dearborn, Michigan. The first tune is, "Stormy Weather" (played as Don Redman would). Tom Waring sings Hoagy Carmichael's new song, "Little Old Lady" for the first time ever. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Rosemary Lane, Tubby Hanlon, Priscilla Lane, The Three Fellas, Poley McClintock, Charles Newman (harmonica), Ferne Buckner, Johnny Scat Davis, Tom Waring. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98781. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. November 6, 1936. Program #214. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The program originates from the Coliseum at the Michigan State Fairgrounds. The first tune is, "This Mad Whirl." As the orchestra plays, "The Breeze and I' in the background, an announcement is made that the 1937 Fords will go on sale November 14th. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Tom Waring, Charles Newman (harmonica), Priscilla Lane, Ferne Buckner, Johnny Scat Davis, Stinky Davis, The Noveliers. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Incomplete.

98783. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. November 17, 1936. Program #217. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The program consists of songs written by Leo Robin and Ralph Ranger. The first tune is, "Hallejuah." The Noveliers sing, "Heigh Ho The Radio." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Johnny Scat Davis, Ferne Buckner, Gene Conklin, Priscilla Lane, The Three Fellas, Tom Waring, The V-8 Octet, Rosemary Lane, The Noveliers. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98784. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. November 20, 1936. Program #218. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is a collegiate medley, stgarting with Purdue. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, The Noveliers, Rosemary Lane, Johnny Scat Davis, Priscilla Lane, Ferne Buckner, Gene Conklin, The Three Fellas, Tom Waring, Vera Brodsky (duo-pianist), Harold Triggs (duo-pianist). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98786. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. November 27, 1936. Program #220. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is a collegiate medley starting with, Roar Lion Roar" (of Columbia). The orchestra plays, "Easy To Love," the recently introduced yune by Cole Porter. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Gene Conklin, Tom Waring, Vera Brodsky (duo-pianist), Harold Triggs (duo-pianist), Poley McClintock, The Three Fellas, Rosemary Lane, Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

87076. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. December 4, 1936. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first selection is a medley of college songs, starting with, "On To Victory" (St. Mary's). Johnny Scat Davis, Ferne Buckner, Tom Waring, Rosemary Lane, Vera Brodsky (duo-pianist), Harold Triggs (duo-pianist), Alois Havrilla (announcer), Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Priscilla Lane. 30:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

94427. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. December 4, 1936. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford ("Watch The Fords Go By"). The first tune is a college medley, starting with St. Mary's. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Johnny Scat Davis, Priscilla Lane, Ferne Buckner (violin), Rosemary Lane, Poley McClintock, Vera Brodsky (duo-pianist), Harold Triggs (duo-pianist), Alois Havrilla (announcer). 29:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

98789. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. December 11, 1936. Program #224. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "Alabama Barbecue." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Vera Brodsky (duo-pianist), Harold Triggs (duo-pianist), The Noveliers, Rosemary Lane, Tom Waring, Priscilla Lane, Johnny Scat Davis, Ferne Buckner, The Three Fellas. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98791. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. December 25, 1936. Program #228. NBC net. Sponsored by: Ford. All the songs on the program were written by members of the orchestra. The first tune heard is, "That's What I Learned At College." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, The Noveliers, Rosemary Lane, Tom Waring, The Three Fellas, Steve Mougin (piano), Ferne Buckner, Gene Conklin, Johnny Scat Davis. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98792. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. December 29, 1936. Program #229. CBS net. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is, "Tain't Good." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, The V-8 Octet, Gene Conklin, Larry Collins (trombone), Vera Brodsky (duo-pianist), Harold Triggs (duo-pianist), Johnny Scat Davis, Tom Waring, Ferne Buckner, Rosemary Lane, The Three Fellas, Charles Newman (harmonica), Priscilla Lane. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98409. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. April 12, 1938. CBS net, WJSV, Washington, D.C. origination. Sponsored by: Cocal Cola. An audition broadcast for Coca Cola sponsorship. The first tune is, "What A Little Moonlight Can Do." This program marks the first appearances of Gordon Goodman and Donna Dae. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Gordon Goodman, Donna Dae, Ferne Buckner, Stuart Churchill, Tom Waring, The Three Fellas, Poley McClintock. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98328. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. October 15, 1938. Program #2. NBC net. Sponsored by: Bromo Quinine. The first tune is, "If I Loved You," played in the styles of Ben Bernie, Shep Fields, Duke Ellington, Hal Kemp, Rudy Vallee, Vincent Lopez, Xavier Cugat and Andre Kostelanetz. The "Vochestra" does, "Sweet and Lovely." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, David Ross (announcer), Stuart Churchill, Two Bees and A Honey, Ferne Buckner, Donna Dae, Gordon Goodman. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98330. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. October 29, 1938. Program #4. NBC net. Sponsored by: Bromo Quinine. The first tune is, "If I Loved You More," played in the style of Henry Busse, Larry Clinton, Wayne King Eddy Duchin and Meredith Willson. The "Vochestra" sings, "Is That A Way To Treat A Sweetheart" and "Love For Sale." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, David Ross (announcer), Gordon Goodman, Donna Dae, Roy Ringwald (composer), Paul Gibbons (composer), Ferne Buckner, Two Bees and A Honey, Poley McClintock, Stuart Churchill. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98331. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. November 5, 1938. Program #5. NBC net. Sponsored by: Bromo Quinine. The first tune is, "If I Loved You More," played in the style of Frankie Masters, Johnny Messner, Adrian Rollini and Bob Crosby. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Stuart Churchill, Donna Dae, David Ross (announcer), Two Bees and A Honey, Ferne Buckner, Gordon Goodman. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98332. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. November 12, 1938. Program #6. NBC net. Sponsored by: Bromo Quinine. The program is dedicatewd to the Red Cross. The first tune is, "If I Loved You More," played in the style of Guy Lobardo, Tommy Dorsey, Jimmy Dorsey and a military band. The "Vochestra" plays, "For Me and My Gal." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Gordon Goodman, Ferne Buckner, Two Bees and A Honey. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Incomplete.

94428. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. November 19, 1938. NBC net. Sponsored by: Bromo Quinine. The first tune is, "If I Loved You More." This was the third broadcast in which the orchestra used a separate glee club, instead of singing members of the band. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, David Ross (announcer), Donna Dae, Two Bees and A Honey (Honey Perron, Hal Kanner, Murray Kane. This vocal trio is repeatedly referred to as "Two Bee's and A Honey" on Fred Waring cue sheets made by the University of Maryland; which is gramatically incorrect), Ferne Buckner, Gordon Goodman, Stuart Churchill. 29:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete segment.

98341. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. February 4, 1939. Program #18. NBC net. Sponsored by: Bromo Quinine. The first tune is, "They Say." The gang does "Clown Hall Tonight," "I Must See Annie Tonight." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Gordon Goodman, David Ross (announcer), Stuart Churchill, Donna Dae, Dude Skiles, Ferne Buckner, Jane Wilson, The Les Paul Trio, Jimmy Atkins. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98342. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. February 11, 1939. Program #19. NBC net. Sponsored by: Bromo Quinine. The first tune is a medley, starting with, "Boy Scouts Drum Corps," followed by, "There's Something About A Boy Scout" and Fred Waring reading the Boy Scout Oath and "The Boy Scout March." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Gordon Goodman, Two Bees and A Honey, Jimmy Atkins, Donna Dae, Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Incomplete.

98343. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. February 25, 1939. Program #21. NBC net. Sponsored by: Bromo Quinine. The first tune is, "Sharack." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Louis Rand, David Ross (announcer), Ferne Buckner, Jimmy Atkins, Stuart Churchill, Two Bees and A Honey, The Les Paul Trio, Gordon Goodman. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Incomplete.

98356. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. January 4, 1940. Program #144. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Wildcat." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Stuart Churchill, Roy Ringwald (arranger), Gordon Goodman, Ferne Buckner, Paul Douglas (announcer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98359. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. January 9, 1940. Program #147. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Night After Night After You." The last tune on the program is, "Rock-A-Bye Baby," dedicated to the late composer Mrs. Effing D. Canning Carter. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Ferne Buckner, Ray Harrington (arranger), Jane Wilson, Roy Ringwald (arranger), Hawley Ades (arranger), Harry Simeone (arranger), Eric Siday, Two Bees and A Honey, Donna Dae, Stinky Davis. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98366. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. January 18, 1940. Program #154. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "In Our Little Part Of Town," a new tune by New York mayor Jimmy Walker (which unfortunately as a speed variation on the original disc). Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Jimmy Walker (composer), The Les Paul Trio, Ferne Buckner (violin, arranger). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98371. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. January 25, 1940. Program #159. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune heard is, "Lilacs In The Rain." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner, Stuart Churchill, Roy Ringwald (arranger). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Incomplete.

94447. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. February 1, 1940. Program #81. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The 81st program of the series. The date is subject to correction. The first tune is, "Night After Night." The program features Fred's, "Pushbutton Radio." The program is also known as, "Chesterfield Time," "Pleasure Time" and "Victory Tunes." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Jimmy Atkins, Jane Wilson, Leon Grey, Gordon Goodman, Ferne Buckner, Paul Douglas (announcer). 13:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

98376. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. February 1, 1940. Program #164. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Night After Night After You." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner, Jimmy Atkins, Jane Wilson, Harry Simeone (arranger), Leon Gray, Gordon Goodman, Roy Ringwald (arranger). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Incomplete.

98379. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. February 6, 1940. Program #167. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune heard is, "Perfect Day." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner, Jimmy Atkins, The Les Paul Trio, Stuart Churchill. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Incomplete.

98386. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. February 15, 1940. Program #174. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Do I Love You?" The program features, In Our Little Part Of Town," written by former mayor (of New York City) Jimmy Walker. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Patsy Garrett, Roy Harrington (arranger), Frank Hower (arranger), Ferne Buckner (performer, arranger), Paul Owen, Roy Ringwald (arranger), Jimmy Walker (composer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98389. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. February 20, 1940. Program #177. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Night After Night After You." Listen for bagpipes during, "My Bonnie Lies Over The Ocean." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Hawley Ades (arranger), The Les Paul Trio, Two Bees and A Honey, Ferne Buckner, Patsy Garrett, Donna Dae, Eric Siday, Stinky Davis. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98390. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. February 21, 1940. Program #178. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Star Dust." An all-glee club program. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Roy Ringwald (arranger), Jane Wilson, Pat Hamill, Ferne Buckner, Harry Simeone (arranger), Stuart Churchill. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98392. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. February 23, 1940. Program #180. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Akron Blue and Gold." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Ferne Buckner, Paul Owen. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98394. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. February 27, 1940. Program #182. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "The Missouri Waltz." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Two Bees and A Honey, The Les Paul Trio, Ferne Buckner, Patsy Garrett, Donna Dae, Eric Siday, Stinky Davis, Gordon Goodman. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Incomplete.

98396. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. February 29, 1940. Program #184. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Leanin' On The Old Top Rail." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), The Les Paul Trio, Ferne Buckner (violin, arranger), Patsy Garrett, Stuart Churchill, Tom Waring (composer of the lyrics to, "Liebestraume"). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98401. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. March 7, 1940. Program #189. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "This Changing World." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), The Les Paul Trio, Ferne Buckner (violin, arranger), Ray Harrington (arranger), Roy Ringwald (arranger). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98405. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. March 13, 1940. Program #193. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "The Last Round-Up." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Leo Arnaud (arranger), Pat Hamill, Ferne Buckner (violin, arranger), Patsy Garrett, Jane Wilson, Roy Ringwald (arranger), Gordon Goodman. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Incomplete.

98491. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. March 19, 1940. Program #197. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune heard is, "Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Ferne Buckner, The Les Paul Trio, Two Bees and A Honey, Andy White, Patsy Garrett, Donna Dae, Eric Siday, Stinky Davis. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Incomplete.

98493. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. March 21, 1940. Program #199. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune heard is, "Spring Is Here." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Ferne Buckner, Johnny Scat Davis, Paul Owen, Roy Ringwald (arranger). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Incomplete.

98498. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. March 28, 1940. Program #204. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Say Si Si." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Two Bees and A Honey, Ferne Buckner, The Les Paul Trio. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98500. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. April 1, 1940. Program #206. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "I've Got My Eyes On You." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Ferne Buckner, Gordon Goodman, Paul Owen. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98508. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. April 11, 1940. Program #214. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. 7:00 P.M. The first tune is, "Say Si Si." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Two Bees and A Honey, Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98509. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. April 11, 1940. Program #214. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. 11:00 P.M. This is the repeat broadcast. The first tune is, "Say Si Si." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Ferne Buckner, Roy Ringwald (arranger), The Penn State Glee Club, Frank Gullo (choral director). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98412. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. April 23, 1940. Program #222. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Too Romantic." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Ray Harrington (arranger), The Les Paul Trio, Two Bees and A Honey, Ferne Buckner, Donna Dae, Patsy Garrett, Stinky Davis. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98422. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. May 7, 1940. Program #232. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune heard is, "Alice Blue Gown." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Ferne Buckner, Two Bees and A Honey, The Les Paul Trio, The Chesterfield Swingerettes, Stinky Davis, Jane Wilson, Roy Ringwald (arranger). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Incomplete.

98429. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. May 17, 1940. Program #240. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is the song of Carrol University (Ohio). Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Stinky Davis, Donna Dae, Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98433. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. May 23, 1940. Program #244. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Apple Blossoms and Chapel Bells." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), The Chesterfield Swingerettes, Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98436. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. May 28, 1940. Program #247. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. After the baseball scores, the first tune is, "Believing." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), The Les Paul Trio, Jimmy Atkins, Two Bees and A Honey, Stinky Davis, Eric Siday, Ferne Buckner, The Swingerettes, Donna Dae, Patsy Garrett, Jane Wilson. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98440. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. June 4, 1940. Program #252. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Dear Old Girl." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Ferne Buckner, The Les Paul Trio, Two Bees and A Honey. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Incomplete.

98447. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. June 13, 1940. Program #259. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "The Sky Fell Down." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Ferne Buckner, Stuart Churchill. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98452. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. June 20, 1940. Program #264. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Playmates." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Two Bees and A Honey, Ferne Buckner, Roy Ringwald (arranger). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98461. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. July 5, 1940. Program #275. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Moon Over Sun Valley." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Gordon Goodman, Two Bees and A Honey, Ferne Buckner, Stuart Churchill, The Swingerettes, Jimmy Atkins, Patsy Garrett, Donna Dae. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98463. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. July 9, 1940. Program #277. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "When The Swallows Come Back To Capistrano." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Ray Harrington (arranger), Ferne Buckner, Two Bees and A Honey, Jimmy Atkins, Donna Dae, Patsy Garrett, Stinky Davis. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98479. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. July 30, 1940. Program #292. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "The Nearness Of You." The orchestra includes bagpipes for the evening. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Harry Simeone (arranger), The Les Paul Trio, Two Bees and A Honey, Ferne Buckner, The Swingerettes, Stinky Davis. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98554. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. October 9, 1940. Program #343. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Havana." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Incomplete.

98575. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. October 10, 1940. Program #344. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "This Is My Country." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Ferne Buckner, Two Bees and A Honey. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98564. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. October 24, 1940. Program #354. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "When You Awake." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Stuart Churchill, Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98565. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. October 25, 1940. Program #355. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "This Is My Country." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Ferne Buckner, Two Bees and A Honey. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98591. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. November 28, 1940. Program #379. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "The Lonesome Road." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98596. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. December 5, 1940. Program #384. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "I've Only Been Dreaming Again." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Paul Owen, Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98637. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. February 4, 1941. Program #427. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "The Moon Won't Talk." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Two Bees and A Honey, Ferne Buckner, The Swingerettes, Stinky Davis. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98645. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. February 14, 1941. Program #435. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfild. The first tune is, "Number Ten Lullaby Lane." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98667. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. March 18, 1941. Program #457. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Evening Star." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Ferne Buckner, Two Bees and A Honey, The Les Paul Trio, The Swingerettes, Stinky Davis. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98689. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. April 17, 1941. Program #479. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune after the baseball scores is, "The Moon Won't Talk." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Incomplete.

98279. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. June 17, 1941. Program #522. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first (and only) tune is, "Beautiful Dreamer." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Ferne Buckner, Two Bees and A Honey, The Swingerettes. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98284. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. June 24, 1941. Program #527. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first (and only) tune is, "La Golondrina." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Ferne Buckner, Two Bees and A Honey, Jane Wilson, The Swingerettes. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98285. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. June 25, 1941. Program #528. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Lament To Love." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98294. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. July 8, 1941. Program #537. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first (and almost the only) tune is, "Dark Eyes." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Ferne Buckner, Two Bees and A Honey, Stinky Davis, The Swingerettes. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98295. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. July 9, 1941. Program #538. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Keep An Eye On Your Heart." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Ferne Buckner, Two Bees and A Honey. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98302. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. July 18, 1941. Program #545. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Nick The Greek." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Eric Siday, Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98319. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. August 12, 1941. Program #562. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first (and only) tune is, "Aloha Oe." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Ferne Buckner, The Four Squires, Two Bees and A Honey, The Swingerettes. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98324. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. August 19, 1941. Program #567. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first (and only) tune is, "La Golondrina." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Paul Douglas (announcer), Ferne Buckner, Two Bees and A Honey, Jane Wilson, The Swingerettes. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98070. Chesterfield Vacation Time. August 29, 1941. Program #575. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first selection is, "Intermezzo." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Stuart Churchill (vocal), Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Incomplete.

98073. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. September 3, 1941. Program #578. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "One Little, Two Little Teardrops." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner, Patsy Garrett, Paul Douglas (announcer). . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

98077. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. September 9, 1941. Program #582. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Aloha Oe." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner, The Four Squires, Two Bees and A Honey, The Swingerettes, Paul Douglas (announcer). . Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

98086. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. September 23, 1941. Program #592. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Ay, Ay, Ay." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner, The Swingerettes, Two Bees and A Honey, Paul Douglas (announcer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98211. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. October 21, 1941. Program #612. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune (and amost the entire program) is, "The Last Rose Of Summer." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Patsy Garrett, Jimmy Atkins, Ferne Buckner, Two Bees and A Honey, The Swingerettes, Paul Douglas (announcer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98221. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. November 4, 1941. Program #622. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune, in fact most of the program is, "All Alone." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Jane Wilson, Jack Wilson, Two Bees and A Honey, The Four Squires, Eric Siday, Ferne Buckner, The Swingerettes, Gordon Goodman, Paul Douglas (announcer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98231. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. November 11, 1941. Program #627. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Overture." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Patsy Garrett, Ferne Buckner, Two Bees and A Honey, Donna Dae, Jane Wilson, Paul Douglas (announcer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98236. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. November 18, 1941. Program #632. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Santo Domingo." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, The Swingerettes, Harry Simeone (arranger), Ferne Buckner, Two Bees and A Honey, Stuart Churchill, Roy Ringwald (arranger), Paul Douglas (announcer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98228. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. December 4, 1941. Program #644. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Chinatown, My Chinatown." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Eric Siday, Ferne Buckner, Jimmy Atkins, Harry Simeone (arranger), Gordon Goodman, Paul Douglas (announcer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98260. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. December 30, 1941. Program #662. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "That's Her Mason-Dixon Line." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Patsy Garrett, Ferne Buckner, Jimmy Atkins, Hawley Ades (arranger), Gordon Goodman, Paul Douglas (announcer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98119. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. January 14, 1942. Program #673. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "The Hawaiian War Chant." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Jimmy Atkins, Jane Wilson, Ferne Buckner, Paul Douglas (announcer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98122. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. January 19, 1942. Program #676. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Sky Anchors Aweigh." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Jack Smith (guitar), Ferne Buckner (violin), Patsy Garrett, Paul Owen, Paul Douglas (announcer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Incomplete.

98123. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. January 19, 1942. Program #676. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. Repeat broadcast. The first tune is, "Sky Anchors Aweigh." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Jane Wilson, Jack Smith (guitar), Ferne Buckner (violin), Patsy Garrett, Ferne Buckner, Paul Douglas (announcer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98123. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. January 19, 1942. Program #676. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. Repeat broadcast. The first tune is, "Sky Anchors Aweigh." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Jane Wilson, Jack Smith (guitar), Ferne Buckner (violin), Patsy Garrett, Ferne Buckner, Paul Douglas (announcer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98125. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. January 21, 1942. Program #678. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Hi, Neighbor." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner (violin), Stuart Churchill, Paul Douglas (announcer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98133. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. January 29, 1942. Program #684. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Looks Like A Cold, Cold Winter." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Two Bees and A Honey, Ferne Buckner, Walter Scheff, Jane Wilson, Paul Douglas (announcer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98141. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. February 10, 1942. Program #692. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Captains Of The Clouds." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Patsy Garrett, Ferne Buckner, Alton Cook, Paul Douglas (announcer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98142. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. February 10, 1942. Program #692. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. Repeat broadcast Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner, Paul Douglas (announcer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98149. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. February 18, 1942. Program #698. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Buckle Down Winsocki." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Poley McClintock, Ferne Buckner, Gordon Goodman, Gordon Berger, Paul Douglas (announcer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98153. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. February 24, 1942. Program #702. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "On The Old Assembly Line." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner, Gordon Goodman, Paul Douglas (announcer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98155. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. February 26, 1942. Program #704. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Whistler's Mother-In-Law." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner, The Four Fellows, Jimmy Atkins, Gordon Goodman, Paul Douglas (announcer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98156. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. February 26, 1942. Program #704. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. Repeat broadcast. The first tune is, "Whistler's Mother-In-Law." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner, The Four Fellows, Jimmy Atkins, Gordon Goodman, Paul Douglas (announcer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98160. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. March 4, 1942. Program #708. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "We've Got A Job To Do." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner, Paul Douglas (announcer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98168. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. March 16, 1942. Program #716. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Captains Of The Clouds." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Jimmy Atkins, Two Bees and A Honey, Ferne Buckner, Donna Dae, Paul Douglas (announcer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98187. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. April 7, 1942. Program #732. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "We Are Not Alone." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Jimmy Atkins, Ferne Buckner, The Four Fellas, The Swingerettes, Bill Bivens (announcer). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98818. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. May 11, 1942. Program #756. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune after the baseball scores is, "On The Back Of A Menu." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner, Jimmy Atkins, Donna Dae. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98830. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. May 27, 1942. Program #768. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The firsttune after the baseball scores is, "Always In My Heart." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Donna Dae, Ferne Buckner, Paul Owen. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98835. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. June 3, 1942. Program #773. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune after the baseball scores is, "The Angelus Rings Again." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Gordon Goodman, Ferne Buckner, Harry Simeone (arranger), Walter Scheff, Jane Wilson, Robert Shaw (arranger, conductor). . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98839. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. June 9, 1942. Program #777. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune after the baseball scores is, "Idaho." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, The Swingerettes, Gordon Goodman, Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98844. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. June 16, 1942. Program #782. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune after the baseball scores is, "Dark Eyes." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Two Bees and A Honey, Eric Siday, Ferne Buckner, The Swingerettes. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98848. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. June 22, 1942. Program #786. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Roll Tanks, Roll." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner, Gordon Goodman. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98854. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. June 30, 1942. Program #792. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune after the baseball scores is, "Poor You." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Patsy Garrett, Ferne Buckner, Walter Scheff. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98883. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. August 7, 1942. Program #820. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune after the baseball scores is, "My Devotion." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Donna Dae, Gordon Goodman, Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98885. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. August 11, 1942. Program #822. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune after the baseball scores is, "Take Me Out To The Ball Game." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Two Bees and A Honey, Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98889. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. August 17, 1942. Program #826. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune after the baseball scores is, "Sky Anchors Aweigh." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Patsy Garrett, Ferne Buckner, Walter Scheff, Gordon Goodman. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98902. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. September 2, 1942. Program #838. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune after the baseball scores is, "Just As Though You Were Here." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner, Stuart Churchill, Jane Wilson. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98906. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. September 8, 1942. Program #842. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune after the baseball scores is, "Ten Little Soldiers." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner, Patsy Garrett, Leonard Kranendonk. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98908. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. September 10, 1942. Program #844. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune after the baseball scores is, "Killie Kille." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner, Two Bees and A Honey, Donna Dae. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98909. Chesterfield Pleassure Time. September 11, 1942. Program #845. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune after the baseball scores is, "You're A Grand Old Flag." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, The Swingerettes, Ferne Buckner, Gordon Goodman. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98913. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. September 17, 1942. Program #849. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune after the baseball scores is, "Everything I've Got Belongs To You." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Patsy Garrett, Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98921. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. September 29, 1942. Program #857. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune after the baseball scores is, "Killie Kille." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Two Bees and A Honey, Ferne Buckner, Walter Scheff. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98923. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. October 1, 1942. Program #859. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune after the baseball scores is, "Moving Day." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Gordon Goodman, Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98928. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. October 8, 1942. Program #865. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, Kalamazoo." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Daisy Bernier, Donna Dae, The Swingerettes, Ferne Buckner, Leonard Kranendonk, Jack Wilson. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98933. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. October 15, 1942. Program #869. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "The Stars and Stripes Forever." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner, Two Bees and A Honey, Gordon Goodman. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98934. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. October 16, 1942. Program #870. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Idaho." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, The Swingerettes, Ferne Buckner, Jane Wilson. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98936. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. October 20, 1942. Program #872. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Praise The Lord and Pass The Ammunition." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Two Bees and A Honey, Ferne Buckner, Jane Wilson. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98947. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. November 4, 1942. Program #883. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Abraham." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Bill Bivens (announcer), Donna Dae, Ferne Buckner, Gordon Goodman, Walter Scheff. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98953. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. November 12, 1942. Program #889. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "I Met Her On Monday." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Bill Bivens (announcer), Donna Dae, The Swingerettes, Jimmy Atkins, Gordon Goodman, Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98959. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. November 20, 1942. Program #895. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Anchors Aweigh." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Bill Bivens (announcer), Gordon Goodman, Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98962. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. November 25, 1942. Program #898. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Stormy Weather" (played in the style of Don Redman). The program consists of tunes selected by soldiers stationed at Tucson, Arizona. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Bill Bivens (announcer), Jane Wilson, Ferne Buckner, Gordon Goodman. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98965. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. November 30, 1942. Program #901. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "The Marine's Hymn." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Bill Bivens (announcer), Donna Dae, Two Bees and A Honey, Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98971. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. December 8, 1942. Program #907. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "The Marines Hymn." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Bill Bivens (announcer), Jimmy Atkins, The Swingerettes, Ferne Buckner, Gordon Goodman. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98973. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. December 10, 1942. Program #909. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Intermezzo." The program is referred to as, "Victory Tunes" and salutes the men at Fort Lewis, Washington. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Bill Bivens (announcer), Ferne Buckner, Two Bees and A Honey, Roy Ringwald (arranger), Jane Wilson. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98977. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. December 16, 1942. Program #913. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "It's All Yours Buddy." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Ferne Buckner, Jack Wilson. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98980. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. December 21, 1942. Program #916. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield Pleasure Time. The first tune is, "Take Me Down To The Sea." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Bill Bivens (announcer), Ferne Buckner, Donna Dae, Two Bees and A Honey, Gordon Goodman. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

98988. Chesterfield Pleasure Time. December 31, 1942. Program #924. NBC net. Sponsored by: Chesterfield. The first tune is, "Air Force Blues." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Bill Bivens (announcer), Jimmy Atkins, Bill Graham, Don Purviance, Ferne Buckner, Jane Wilson. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

94433. The Fred Waring Show. September 7, 1944. Program #1. Blue Network. Sponsored by: Owens-Illinois Glass. The first show of the series sponsored by Owens-Illinois Glass. The first tunes are, "I Hear Music," "Stars In My Eyes" and "Sweet and Lovely." "In The Still Of The Night" is played for the first time on the air. Fred's new theme song ("I Hear Music") is heard for the first time. Donna Dae, Honey and The Bees, Virginia Morley (duo-pianist), Livingston Gearhart (duo-pianist), Jimmy Atkins, Poley McClintock, Gordon Goodman, Bill Bivens (announcer), Gordon Berger, Ferne Buckner (violin), Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Jane Wilson. 29:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

94437. The Fred Waring Show. December 12, 1944. Blue Network. Sponsored by: Owens-Illinois Glass. The first tune is, "Magic Is The Moonlight" (sung by the "Vochestra"). One tune, from Cole Porter's show ("Seven Lively Arts" that was opening this evening) is heard ("Every Time We Say Goodbye"). "When He Comes Home," written by Private Frank Loesser, is also heard. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Jimmy Atkins, Virginia Morley (duo-pianist), Livingston Gearhart (duo-pianist), Ferne Buckner (violin), Jane Wilson, Honey and The Bees, Walter Scheff, Bill Bivens (announcer). 28:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

98794. Fred Waring and His Pennsylvanians. December 31, 1945. Program #125. Sponsored by: Ford. The first tune is a collegiate medley, starting with Tulane. Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Gene Conklin, Stella and The Fellas, The Noveliers, Charles Newman (harmonica), Steve Mougin (piano), Johnny Scat Davis, Tom Waring, Rosemary Lane, Ferne Buckner. . Audio condition: Unknown quality. Unknown Completeness

94440. The Fred Waring Show. September 6, 1946. NBC net. Sponsored by: The Florida Citrus Commission. The first tune is, "Donkey Serenade." Fred Waring and The Pennsylvanians, Jimmy Atkins, Bill Bivens (announcer), Ferne Buckner, Joe Marine, Joanne Wheatley, Jack Wilson (brother of Jane Wilson, also with the band), Walter Scheff, The Swingerettes, Stuart Churchill. 29:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 201 programs.