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The Perils of Peary (Harold Peary star of old time radio show, The Great Gildersleeve)

The Perils of Peary Hal Peary takes his son to the local carnival, but discovers—alas—that Kiddieland is strictly for little kids A beautiful Sunday morning, and Hal Peary intends to show son, Page, how much fun he can have in Kiddieland Page is off on the miniature train “Nove. look-a-here, son—you’ve got to grip that horse with your knees.” Hal, the expert horseman, gives Page a briefing before he sends him out on the pony ride. “Okay, Pop. Nove hold tight to his neck and don’t take any brass rtugs.” Son Page pulls a turnabout and launches Dad on his first merry-go-round ride in???  years. “Whee! This looks like fun!” This time Hal joins Page on the Ferris wheel Page is just a little worried, but Hal assures him there is nothing like it. “My, this reminds me of my younger days when you’d take a girl up in the Ferris wheel, and—say! They certainly build these things higher than they did.” “It must be the altitude,” says Hal. Page wants to stay

Old Time Radio Rogue's Gallery Ad from Fitch: The scalp is the basis of Hair Health

Here's a great advertisement for scalp health + advertising their sponsored old time radio shows ! WE AGREE The scalp is the basis of Hair Health If your hair is dry, or oily, the tiny hair openings on your scalp may have become clogged. Your scalp may be sluggish. It may not function is a normal way. So your hair is paying the penalty. Don’t let this go on any longer! Normalize . . .now! Massage a few drops of Ideal Tonic into your scalp every day, and keep those hair follicles open! Quicken that “do-nothing” circulation into nourishing energy-Let Ideal Tonic clear the way for full operation of nature’s life-giving functions. No more itchy scalp or dandruff. No more excessive falling hair. Ideal Tonic gives a lustrous young looking appearance to your well-groomed hair. Start using Ideal Tonic today. LISTEN TO “ ROGUE’S GALLERY ” starring DICK POWELL   every Thursday, 8:30 p. m. EDST over MBS. TUNE IN “ FITCH BANDWAGON ” every Sunday, 7:30 p. m. EDST o