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LIVE FROM OMAHA NEBRASKA ARTHUR GODFREY INTRODUCED TO LARGE OVATION SITS AT MICROPHONE remote from omaha Civic Auditorium PAN OF MUSIC HALL WITHIN AUDITORIUM ARTHUR GODFREY SEATED AT MICROPHONE MCS SHOW A LOT of local NEBRASKA NEWS is discussed
LIVE LIPTON TEA COMMERCIAL BY GODFREY & CONTESTANT CU TEA POURED INTO CUP FROM TEA POT NERVOUS PRETTY FEMALE GUEST INTRODUCES ACT VIRGINIA DOCKSPREE operetta style singer performs
GODFREY INTRODUCES ORCHESTRA WITH LOCAL OMAHA WOMEN MUSICIANS IN IT GODFREY READS LETTERS FROM VIEWER plugs LIPTON'S ICED TEA
JEAN M. PELIC (no title available)
GIRL CLASSICAL PIANIST local talent IS INTRODUCED BY HER BROTHER JEAN M. PELIC - CLASSICAL PIANO SOLO beautiful young woman in formal gown performs light classical piece on piano
GLASER BROTHERS TRIO HONEYCOMB
LOUIS GLASER from SPALDING NEBRASKA local talent scout presents his three sons vocal & instrumental trio THE GLASER BROTHERS TRIO LOCAL TEEN POP COUNTRY TRIO perform HONEYCOMB good semi rockabilly style trio ala BUDDY HOLLY LOCAL ROCKABILLY COUNTRY ACT. Later became professionals. Tompall Glaser was a country star.
SHARI LEWIS PRINCESS OF AMERICAN DAIRY ASSOCIATION BRINGS OUT A TRAY OF LIPTON'S INSTANT ONION SOUP
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