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Springfield, MO
Year Started:  1941


Kick back and get ready to learn a bit more about one of the more interesting old radio shows that was more than just a musical setting. But while you're waiting, take a look at the shows that were on the air in a bygone era when radio, not television, was the main source of entertainment.

The Daily Schedule for KWTO on Thursday
After Noon
In July 1942

12:00 PM
Singin' Sam
· Singin' Sam

12:15 PM
Missouri Farmers

12:30 PM

12:45 PM
· Mike Dosch · Tiny Hunt · Slim Wilson · Bill Ring · Fred Warren · Willie Wells · Dora Schaffer · Ann Schaffer

1:00 PM
Boots and Bobby
· Boots Faye · Bobby Faye

1:15 PM
Right To Happiness

1:30 PM
Life Can Be Beautiful

1:45 PM
Ma Perkins

2:00 PM
Lone Journey

2:15 PM
The Goldbergs

2:30 PM
Schaffers and Junior

2:45 PM
Woman of Courage
· Alice Frost

3:00 PM
Boots and Bobby
· Boots Faye · Bobby Faye · Goo-Goo Rutledge

3:15 PM
Harvest Hands
· Harvest Hands

3:30 PM
Blue Ridge Mountain Boys
· Blue Ridge Mountain Boys

4:00 PM

4:15 PM

4:30 PM
Boots and Bobby
· Boots Faye · Bobby Faye

4:45 PM
Memory Time

4:45 PM
Melodic Moods

5:00 PM
Mike Dosch
· Mike Dosch

5:15 PM
To the Colors

5:45 PM
Five Ambassadors

6:00 PM

6:15 PM

6:30 PM
Jukebox Jamboree
· Jerry Thraikill

7:00 PM
Justice Rides the Range
· Joan Tompkins

7:15 PM
Deep South

7:30 PM
Spotlight at Rhythm

7:45 PM
V' For Victory

8:00 PM
Smokey's Serenaders

8:30 PM

Boots Faye

Kentucky Jess Gaddis

The Schaffer Sisters

Elmer Axelbender

Carl Haden

Faye Sisters

Wee Willie Wells (The Tiger of Texas)


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