Radio stars (June 1933)

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RADIO STARS OF YOUR FAVORITES (Below) Way back when the President was still only a Governor. Shaking hands with Arthur Tracy in the good old Albany days—last fall, to be exact. (Right) Lanny Ross, Charles Winninger, Annette Hanshaw and (standing) Pick and Pat— all of Captain Henry's Showboat. (Left) This boy has a charming voice—yes, he's something of a crooner. He's also the brother of a famous band leader. Tom Waring. (Above) Eddie and Ralph (seated), who are also known as the "Sisters of the Skillet" are made Kentuck' colonels by Governor Ruby Laffoon. The "Showboat" crowd at bridge—Sisters of the Skillet become Colonels 13