Radio stars (Sept 1933)

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To identify these pictures look for the number on the picture which corresponds with the number here. I. Some of the Sinclair Minstrels—NBC at 9 p.m. Mondays. 2. Ilka Chase and Hugh O'Connell—the May and Wilbur of the Pond's Program. They've found out how to make com- mercial advertising pleasant. 3. Alice Joy—Radio's Dream Girl—with her son Bruce (five) and her daughter Lois (three and a half). Alice Joy, off the air for a while, is now with Lopei' pro- gram in Chicago. 4. Goldy and Dusty—CBS Sundays, 9:15 a. m. Their real names are Harvey Hindermyer and Earle Tuckerman. 5. (Wide World) The Duke himself—Ellington is the name— welcomed by Jack Hylton in London. He'll be back here later in the fall. 6. Johnny Marvin, NBC cowboy singer, is really and truly a cowboy. Born in a covered wagon and everything. 7. (Wide World) Paul Whiteman goes off his famous diet in Chicago. Just that once wouldn't hurt. 8. The Revellers—Jimmie Melton, Elliott Shaw, Lewis James and Wilfred Glen. They're on the Gulf gas program. 9. Here's the entire cast of that popular NBC West Coast program— One Man's Family—around the family board. 10. Lee Wiley of the Pond's Program at Lake Hopatcong, N. J. Have you heard her newest sonq, "Indian Love Song"? (Stein Photo) 27