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“Two People Who Live Together and Like It”

by Lynne Belluscio

It was before my time, but “Henry Aldrich” was one of the most popular radio programs in the 1930s, along with the “Jack Benny Show” and “My Favorite Husband,” starring Lucille Ball. All three programs were sponsored by Jell-O.  It was the Golden Age of Radio and few of us remember a time when families would gather in the front parlor to listen to the radio.

But you will have a rare opportunity to gather at 58 On Main  on Friday night, September 12 at  7 pm or Saturday, September 13 at 2:00 pm for a smattering of radio programs. Jim Delooze has gathered several programs together for an entertaining radio show. Tickets are available for only $5 at the Jell-O Gallery or at Barista’s at 58 Main.  Proceeds will benefit the Historical Society.   READ MORE

 

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