Cecil and Sally

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


100160. Cecil and Sally. March 19, 1930. Program #63. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally has had a date with Alexander, Cecil's rival. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:26. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

100161. Cecil and Sally. March 20, 1930. Program #64. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally say a long goodnight. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100162. Cecil and Sally. March 21, 1930. Program #65. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally cannot find her purse. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100163. Cecil and Sally. March 22, 1930. Program #66. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally has a present for Cecil. It's a sweater...and it's pink! The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100164. Cecil and Sally. March 24, 1930. Program #67. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil wants to "lose" the sweater. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100165. Cecil and Sally. March 25, 1930. Program #68. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil tries to convince Sally that he really wants that pink sweater. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100166. Cecil and Sally. March 26, 1930. Program #69. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally ties Cecil's tie. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100167. Cecil and Sally. March 27, 1930. Program #70. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally decide to go to a movie. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100168. Cecil and Sally. March 28, 1930. Program #71. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has a fight over the last parking spot. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102965. Cecil and Sally. March 29, 1930. Program #72. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally go to the movies, but there's going to be a wait for tickets. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102966. Cecil and Sally. March 31, 1930. Program #73. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. A visit to a soda fountain after the show. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102967. Cecil and Sally. April 1, 1930. Program #74. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally go window shopping. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102968. Cecil and Sally. April 2, 1930. Program #75. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. When Cecil and Sally get back to Cecil's car ("Ben Hur"), it seems to have vanished; but it's found with a ticket. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102969. Cecil and Sally. April 3, 1930. Program #76. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil feels "sour" after the movies. The story that Cecil sent to "Confession" magazine has been rejected. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100169. Cecil and Sally. April 4, 1930. Program #77. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally's cat Sugarpie has been sick. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100170. Cecil and Sally. April 5, 1930. Program #78. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Uncle Thomas is very impressed with Cecil. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102970. Cecil and Sally. April 7, 1930. Program #79. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is going to give Sally her first driving lesson. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102971. Cecil and Sally. April 8, 1930. Program #80. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally promptly crashes Cecil's car ("Ben Hur") into a tree! John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100173. Cecil and Sally. April 9, 1930. Program #81. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. After the accident, Sally's afraid to drive. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100174. Cecil and Sally. April 10, 1930. Program #82. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally gathers enough courage to drive downtown. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100175. Cecil and Sally. April 11, 1930. Program #83. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally gets stops by a cop. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:56. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

100176. Cecil and Sally. April 12, 1930. Program #84. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Discussing the adventure. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:47. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

100177. Cecil and Sally. April 14, 1930. Program #85. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. It looks like Cecil might go to jail. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100178. Cecil and Sally. April 15, 1930. Program #86. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil plans to go to court. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100179. Cecil and Sally. April 16, 1930. Program #87. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally explore Uncle Thomas' basement. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100180. Cecil and Sally. April 17, 1930. Program #88. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally are waiting in the court house for the case to come up. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100181. Cecil and Sally. April 18, 1930. Program #89. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil "tells it to the judge." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100182. Cecil and Sally. April 19, 1930. Program #90. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The judge renders his verdict. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100183. Cecil and Sally. April 21, 1930. Program #91. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. It's Sally that gets fined, not Cecil. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100184. Cecil and Sally. April 22, 1930. Program #92. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is not ready to get married. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100185. Cecil and Sally. April 23, 1930. Program #93. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil's face gets washed...by Sally. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100186. Cecil and Sally. April 24, 1930. Program #94. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil tries to train Sugarpie, Sally's cat. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100187. Cecil and Sally. April 25, 1930. Program #95. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sugarpie runs up a telephone pole. The body of the show o John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100188. Cecil and Sally. April 26, 1930. Program #96. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally wants Cecil to call the fire department to rescue Sugarpie. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100189. Cecil and Sally. April 28, 1930. Program #97. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The fireman arrive to rescue Sugarpie. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100190. Cecil and Sally. April 29, 1930. Program #98. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is jealous of a handsome fireman. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100147. Cecil and Sally. April 30, 1930. Program #99. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally dreams of winning fame and fortune. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100148. Cecil and Sally. May 1, 1930. Program #100. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally wants to exercise her artist abilities. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100149. Cecil and Sally. May 2, 1930. Program #101. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally wants Cecil to take her to the movies. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:06. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

100150. Cecil and Sally. May 3, 1930. Program #102. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The pet names of Cecil and Sally. Baby talk can make one queasy. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:10. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

100151. Cecil and Sally. May 5, 1930. Program #103. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. What is Cecil's secret nickname? The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100152. Cecil and Sally. May 6, 1930. Program #104. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally tries to do a crossword puzzle. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100153. Cecil and Sally. May 7, 1930. Program #105. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil's castle. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:01. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

100154. Cecil and Sally. May 8, 1930. Program #106. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The ideal. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100155. Cecil and Sally. May 9, 1930. Program #107. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Do Sally and Cecil like each other? You bet they do! The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102972. Cecil and Sally. May 10, 1930. Program #108. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is feeling well; in fact, he's on top of the world. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102973. Cecil and Sally. May 12, 1930. Program #109. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Back to reality, "Ben Hur" had a flat tire, two of them in fact! The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102974. Cecil and Sally. May 13, 1930. Program #110. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil gets the crazy idea to teach Sally how to fish. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102975. Cecil and Sally. May 14, 1930. Program #111. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally lets a big one get away; Cecil's camera is "man overboard." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102976. Cecil and Sally. May 15, 1930. Program #112. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally follows the camera and the oar right into the lake. This program was commercially released on a 45 rpm record and mistakenly dated as the Autumn of 1929. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102977. Cecil and Sally. May 16, 1930. Program #113. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil rescues Sally from the lake. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102978. Cecil and Sally. May 17, 1930. Program #114. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally's fish gets away; he's one lucky fish! The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102979. Cecil and Sally. May 19, 1930. Program #115. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The two ancient mariners make landfall on an island in the lake. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102980. Cecil and Sally. May 20, 1930. Program #116. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil tries to be like Robinson Crusoe and takes a nap. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102981. Cecil and Sally. May 21, 1930. Program #117. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. There's something about being shipwrecked that makes Sally want to read poetry. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:41. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

102982. Cecil and Sally. May 22, 1930. Program #118. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. A storm is approaching the island of the castaways. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:29. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

102983. Cecil and Sally. May 23, 1930. Program #119. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Their boat drifts out into the lake. Now they really are shipwrecked on the island. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102984. Cecil and Sally. May 24, 1930. Program #120. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally make their way back to shore. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102985. Cecil and Sally. May 26, 1930. Program #121. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The census taker cometh, and becomeths confusedth. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102986. Cecil and Sally. May 27, 1930. Program #122. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally has left her umbrella on a streetcar. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102987. Cecil and Sally. May 28, 1930. Program #123. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has discovered that Sally is suffering from "slumbering vitamins." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102988. Cecil and Sally. May 29, 1930. Program #124. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is feeling fine, until Sally convinces him otherwise. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102989. Cecil and Sally. May 30, 1930. Program #125. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally is still trying to recover her lost umbrella. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102990. Cecil and Sally. May 31, 1930. Program #126. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The story of the faithful dog. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102991. Cecil and Sally. June 2, 1930. Program #127. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Uncle Thomas is moving to Europe, and Sally is moving with him! The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102992. Cecil and Sally. June 3, 1930. Program #128. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally remember the good old days, when they first met. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102993. Cecil and Sally. June 4, 1930. Program #129. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Mr. Hatton is going to be fooled...or is he? The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102994. Cecil and Sally. June 5, 1930. Program #130. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The store is really losing money...or is it? The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102995. Cecil and Sally. June 6, 1930. Program #131. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. It's time for the smell of rotten eggs! The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102996. Cecil and Sally. June 7, 1930. Program #132. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally plans to her her sex appeal and "vamp" Mr. Hatton. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102997. Cecil and Sally. June 9, 1930. Program #133. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Uncle Thomas decides that he's not going to sell the store after all. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102998. Cecil and Sally. June 10, 1930. Program #134. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally take a walk by Mrs. Morris' house. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

102999. Cecil and Sally. June 11, 1930. Program #135. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. She loves me, she love me not! The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103000. Cecil and Sally. June 12, 1930. Program #136. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Having fun in the house that's only half-built. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103001. Cecil and Sally. June 13, 1930. Program #137. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Hiding out in the house that's half-built. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103002. Cecil and Sally. June 14, 1930. Program #138. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil scares Sally by telling ghost stories. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103003. Cecil and Sally. June 16, 1930. Program #139. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil develops a loose tooth. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103004. Cecil and Sally. June 17, 1930. Program #140. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil gives a mighty sneeze, and out comes the tooth! The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100156. Cecil and Sally. June 18, 1930. Program #141. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Uncle Thomas has given his teeth away! The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:47. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

100157. Cecil and Sally. June 19, 1930. Program #142. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Trying to find Uncle Thomas' teeth by telephone. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:23. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

100158. Cecil and Sally. June 20, 1930. Program #143. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The teeth are found at last. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:51. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

100159. Cecil and Sally. June 21, 1930. Program #144. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. What movie should Cecil and Sally see tonight? The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:18. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

103005. Cecil and Sally. June 23, 1930. Program #145. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally wants to drive "Ben Hur" and Cecil is very much against the idea. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103006. Cecil and Sally. June 24, 1930. Program #146. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally has a difference of opinion with a truck driver. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103007. Cecil and Sally. June 25, 1930. Program #147. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally feels that she's been short-changed. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103008. Cecil and Sally. June 26, 1930. Program #148. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally are talking during the movie. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, producer), Helen Troy. 8:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103009. Cecil and Sally. June 27, 1930. Program #149. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally are talking about other people who talk during the movie. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103010. Cecil and Sally. June 28, 1930. Program #150. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil tries his hand at high-pressure salesmanship. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103011. Cecil and Sally. June 30, 1930. Program #151. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally tries to teach Cecil how to play bridge. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103012. Cecil and Sally. July 1, 1930. Program #152. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The blessed telephone interrupts Cecil's bridge lesson. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103013. Cecil and Sally. July 2, 1930. Program #153. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil agrees to dress as a girl for the costume party. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103014. Cecil and Sally. July 3, 1930. Program #154. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil actually gets dressed in women's clothing. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103015. Cecil and Sally. July 4, 1930. Program #155. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Cecil depart for the costume party. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103016. Cecil and Sally. July 5, 1930. Program #156. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil gets into somewhat of a fight on the way to the party. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103017. Cecil and Sally. July 7, 1930. Program #157. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil explains to Sally just why he got into a fight. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103018. Cecil and Sally. July 8, 1930. Program #158. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil becomes jealous of "Little Lord Fauntleroy." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103019. Cecil and Sally. July 9, 1930. Program #159. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. A "goodnight" to Flossie. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103020. Cecil and Sally. July 10, 1930. Program #160. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally is so angry, she refuses to ride home with Cecil in "Ben Hur." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103021. Cecil and Sally. July 11, 1930. Program #161. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. After convincing Sally to get in, "Ben Hur" runs out of gas. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103022. Cecil and Sally. July 12, 1930. Program #162. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil tries to get some gas from a parked car...while he's still dressed as a girl. This program was commercially released on a 45 rpm record and mistakenly dated as 1929. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103023. Cecil and Sally. July 14, 1930. Program #163. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally makes some noise and wakes up the owner of the gas, while Cecil is trying to siphon gas out of it. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:41. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

103024. Cecil and Sally. July 15, 1930. Program #164. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The owner of the car helps out the two "girls," thinking they're sisters. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103025. Cecil and Sally. July 16, 1930. Program #165. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally finally arrive home just as the sun is coming up. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103026. Cecil and Sally. July 17, 1930. Program #166. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally wants to know what is a "mortgage." You just know that Cecil isn't going to complete the explanation. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103027. Cecil and Sally. July 18, 1930. Program #167. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally wants to ask Cecil a "personal" question. This sounds serious! The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103028. Cecil and Sally. July 19, 1930. Program #168. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally's question has to do with "love." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103029. Cecil and Sally. July 21, 1930. Program #169. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil gets the urge to try chewing tobacco. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103030. Cecil and Sally. July 22, 1930. Program #170. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil goes ahead and bites off a chaw of tobacco. You'll be sorry! The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103031. Cecil and Sally. July 23, 1930. Program #171. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sure enough, Cecil gets as sick as a sea-sick sea serpent from the chewing tobacco. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103032. Cecil and Sally. July 24, 1930. Program #172. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally is supposed to telephone somebody, but fogets exactly who it is! The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103033. Cecil and Sally. July 25, 1930. Program #173. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally wants to talk to Cecil about romance. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103034. Cecil and Sally. July 26, 1930. Program #174. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. So just who is up Sally's family tree? The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103035. Cecil and Sally. July 28, 1930. Program #175. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally convinces Cecil that they ought to go for a walk together. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103036. Cecil and Sally. July 29, 1930. Program #176. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. As long as Cecil and Sally are walking through the park, why not take a few photographs? John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103037. Cecil and Sally. July 30, 1930. Program #177. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil climbs up on a statue in the park so Sally can take a memorable photograph. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103038. Cecil and Sally. July 31, 1930. Program #178. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. A cop climbs up to get at Cecil, but then get get down himself! The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103039. Cecil and Sally. August 1, 1930. Program #179. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally's a sinner all right, and Cecil tries to remember them all. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103040. Cecil and Sally. August 2, 1930. Program #180. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally are sitting outside Sally's house in a car. Cecil is sleepy. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105492. Cecil and Sally. August 13, 1930. Program #189. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil's shoes have seen so many new soles that they must think they're the gateway to heaven. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 3:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

105493. Cecil and Sally. August 14, 1930. Program #190. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally goes shopping for new shoes. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 3:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

103041. Cecil and Sally. August 15, 1930. Program #191. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. A list of all the things that Sally hates. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103042. Cecil and Sally. August 16, 1930. Program #192. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. There's a "trade-last" for Cecil. What exactly is a "trade-last?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103043. Cecil and Sally. August 18, 1930. Program #193. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally challenges Cecil to a game of checkers. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103044. Cecil and Sally. August 19, 1930. Program #194. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil won't admit that he's lost the checker game. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103045. Cecil and Sally. August 20, 1930. Program #195. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has gotten a big dog and his name is Nero. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103046. Cecil and Sally. August 21, 1930. Program #196. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil brings his new dog, named Nero, to be introduced to Sally. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103047. Cecil and Sally. August 22, 1930. Program #197. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Nero, the dog, meets Sugarpie, the cat! The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 6:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103048. Cecil and Sally. August 23, 1930. Program #198. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally starts speaking a very upper-class type of English. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103049. Cecil and Sally. August 25, 1930. Program #199. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Uncle Thomas doesn't think very much about Sally's new way of speaking. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103050. Cecil and Sally. August 26, 1930. Program #200. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally wants just about everything, but she'll take a movie when it's offered. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103051. Cecil and Sally. August 27, 1930. Program #201. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally tries to get Cecil to be more attracted to her. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103052. Cecil and Sally. August 28, 1930. Program #202. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The case of, "The Snip and The Sissy." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103053. Cecil and Sally. August 29, 1930. Program #203. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally and Cecil pretend that they're not having a fight while Uncle Thomas is around. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103054. Cecil and Sally. August 30, 1930. Program #204. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally says that she can read your character by your facial features. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103055. Cecil and Sally. September 1, 1930. Program #205. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally wants a goldfish...make that 2 goldfish! The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103056. Cecil and Sally. September 2, 1930. Program #206. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Now, where did those goldfish go? The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103057. Cecil and Sally. September 3, 1930. Program #207. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. To nobody's surprise, Sally's cat, "Sugarpie" solves the case of the missing fish. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103058. Cecil and Sally. September 4, 1930. Program #208. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally tries to reserve a seat for her Uncle Thomas. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103059. Cecil and Sally. September 5, 1930. Program #209. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally has a chat with the spirit of George Washington! The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103060. Cecil and Sally. September 6, 1930. Program #210. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally puts on a performance for the girl next door. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103061. Cecil and Sally. September 8, 1930. Program #211. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sybil, the girl next door, comes over to speak with Cecil and Sally. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103062. Cecil and Sally. September 9, 1930. Program #212. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Uncle Thomas catches Cecil and Sally "in flagrante!" Cecil is spanking Sally. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

103063. Cecil and Sally. September 10, 1930. Program #213. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Uncle Thomas decides the fight is over and it's time to kiss and make up. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105494. Cecil and Sally. September 11, 1930. Program #214. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has tried to spank Sally! The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105495. Cecil and Sally. September 12, 1930. Program #215. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil fell down the front steps. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105496. Cecil and Sally. September 13, 1930. Program #216. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally is thinking about writing a book. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105497. Cecil and Sally. September 15, 1930. Program #217. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally's been reading the papers...about Edison! What would you do if you were on a desert island with a lot of people? The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105498. Cecil and Sally. September 16, 1930. Program #218. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is visiting Sally and brought his dog, Nero along with him. Sally has bought a collar for Nero...with a bell on it. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105499. Cecil and Sally. September 17, 1930. Program #219. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Giving Nero a doggy bath. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105500. Cecil and Sally. September 18, 1930. Program #220. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Trying to clean up and dry off the bathroom. Nero has run off and didn't appreciate the bath. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105501. Cecil and Sally. September 19, 1930. Program #221. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. There's been a burglary at Cecil's house. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105502. Cecil and Sally. September 20, 1930. Program #222. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Nero came back this morning! The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105503. Cecil and Sally. September 22, 1930. Program #223. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Nero pay Sally a visit. Nero had been in the pound. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105504. Cecil and Sally. September 23, 1930. Program #224. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally has a good idea. She wants to make some fudge with Cecil. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105505. Cecil and Sally. September 24, 1930. Program #225. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The fudge is finished and is cooling off in the kitchen. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105506. Cecil and Sally. September 25, 1930. Program #226. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil visits Sally on the front porch, but Sally is crying! It's a mean old sad world, Sally's canary has died. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105507. Cecil and Sally. September 26, 1930. Program #227. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil's up on a chair, taking inventory. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105508. Cecil and Sally. September 27, 1930. Program #228. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally needs help...trying to figure out how hold is Mary. Mary is twice as old as John. Henry is four times as old as John. If John were 10 years older, the combined ages of John and Mary would be equal to that of Henry. How old is Mary? The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105509. Cecil and Sally. October 10, 1930. Program #239. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Among Sally's many interests is a keen devotion to the movies. Her mind is a veritable filing index of the characteristics of every movie star and naturally she has her one first and foremost favorite. As the scene opens now she and Cecil are talking about movie folk. Here we go..." Closing announcement: "Now that's what we call a real diplomat. For a while it looked pretty dark for Cecil, but he dug himself out of the hole like a regualar little man. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 3:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

105510. Cecil and Sally. October 11, 1930. Program #240. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Uncle Thomas' love life. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 3:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

101151. Cecil and Sally. October 16, 1930. Program #244. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. While Cecil and Sally are waiting for a streetcar, a panhandler asks Cecil for his last 10 cents. When Cecil refuses him, the panhandler leaves with an unusual curse. He mutters, "May all your children be radio announcers!" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:36. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

100192. Cecil and Sally. October 17, 1930. Program #245. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally's interpretation of the dream. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:14. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

100193. Cecil and Sally. October 18, 1930. Program #246. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Caught snooping in Uncle Thomas' desk. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:41. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

100194. Cecil and Sally. October 20, 1930. Program #247. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally's efforts to promote a match between her Uncle Thomas and Cecil's Aunt Bess haven't diminished, but when she told Cecil about her plan, the young gallant was pretty mad. There is a faint suspicion that the man Aunt Bess used to know and Uncle Thomas are one and the same person. To prove it, Cecil and Sally are trying to find a picture of Sally's Uncle taken at about the same time. They are going through his desk when Uncle Thomas caught them, and now the scene opens a few minutes later. Here we go." Closing announcement: "True love never runs smooth anyway, and if Uncle Thomas and Aunt Bess don't know each other well enough yet to enjoy quarrels, Cecil and Sally are splendidly qualified to do their fighting for them. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in "The Funniest Things," is presented by." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:34. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

100195. Cecil and Sally. October 21, 1930. Program #248. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally find old photographs in Uncle Thomas' bible. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:14. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

100196. Cecil and Sally. October 22, 1930. Program #249. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally go through Uncle Thomas' old photographs. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:28. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

100197. Cecil and Sally. October 23, 1930. Program #250. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally write a love letter to Aunt Bess, just to help along the romance. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:24. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

100198. Cecil and Sally. October 24, 1930. Program #251. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally has mailed the love letter to the wrong address! The final 3:53 of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 3:53. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

101343. Cecil and Sally. October 25, 1930. Program #252. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The love letter to Miss Tucker. The final 3:41 of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 3:41. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

100199. Cecil and Sally. October 27, 1930. Program #253. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Miss Tucker has told the neighborhood about the love letter she's received. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:20. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

100200. Cecil and Sally. October 28, 1930. Program #254. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally try to get the letter back from Miss Tucker. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:26. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

100201. Cecil and Sally. October 29, 1930. Program #255. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Miss tucker tells Cecil and Sally all about the letter. The final 3:44 of the program only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 3:58. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

100202. Cecil and Sally. October 30, 1930. Program #256. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally is trying to capture a moth. The final 3:59 of the program only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 3:59. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

100203. Cecil and Sally. October 31, 1930. Program #257. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally want to invite Aunt Bess over for dinner. The final 3:42 of the program only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 3:42. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

100204. Cecil and Sally. November 1, 1930. Program #258. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally manages to break Cecil's unbreakable watch! The final 3:23 of the program only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 3:23. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

100205. Cecil and Sally. November 3, 1930. Program #259. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Two versions of young Uncle Thomas. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:24. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

101344. Cecil and Sally. November 4, 1930. Program #260. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally order lunch. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:19. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

97111. Cecil and Sally. November 7, 1930. Program #263. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Cecil and Sally have dinner with Uncle Thomas, with Cecil asked to say Grace. What kind of a Christian is he? He's not much of a conversationalist either! The body of the show only. If this isn't the most stilted dialogue ever on radio, it comes close. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97112. Cecil and Sally. November 8, 1930. Program #264. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Sally points out that Cecil is eating his pie with a spoon. The dialogue will make you cringe! Don't miss the worst "Pat and Mike" joke you ever heard. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97113. Cecil and Sally. November 10, 1930. Program #265. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Cecil tries to fix a lamp. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97114. Cecil and Sally. November 11, 1930. Program #266. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Can Cecil serenade? How about, "Yes, We Have No Bananas" or "Piccolo Pete." Sally prefers, "I Love You Truly." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97115. Cecil and Sally. November 12, 1930. Program #267. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Cecil comes to serenade, but forgets his uke. Sally has an extra one. Cecil's a most reluctant troubadour. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97116. Cecil and Sally. November 13, 1930. Program #268. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Sally reads Cecil's palm. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97117. Cecil and Sally. November 14, 1930. Program #269. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally work in a music store but it is very seldom we hear them when they are actually working. This is the exception. Cecil isn't around and Sally probably hasn't anything else to do but tend to business. Anyway, Uncle Thomas caught them holding hands a while ago and was pretty mad, so it's just as well. As the scene opens, a customer has just entered the store. Here we go." Closing announcement: "It really doesn't matter much whether they are out of that number; the customer didn't want it anyway, but it does prove that Sally is a convincing, forceful sales lady when she wants to be. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in, 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97118. Cecil and Sally. November 15, 1930. Program #270. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Because Sally is to be all alone this evening, Cecil has promised to come over earlier than usual. As the scene opens he is arriving at her house and because she has some work to do with which he might help her, Sally is more than ordinarily glad to see him. Here we go." Closing announcement: "It may be all very well for Sally to forgive Cecil for breaking the dishes, just to make him feel better, but it would be very smart if he traveled a long distance from where he is before the maid comes home and finds out what happened. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97119. Cecil and Sally. November 17, 1930. Program #271. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally have a date tonight, and Cecil might reasonably expect Sally to be ready to go when he arrives at her house. But Cecil should know better by now than to expect anything of Sally unless he makes a mental reservation that what he really expects is just the opposite. We'll see whether he is greeted by a hatted and coated Sally tonight. Here we go." Closing announcement: "After this Cecil will probably arrange to do all his reading when he is alone. And it was fortunate for him, wasn't it, that there was a dictionary handy when Sally got down to a little serious letter writing. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The first 3:58 of the program only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 3:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97120. Cecil and Sally. November 18, 1930. Program #272. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Cecil and Sally are sitting in the darkened living room while Uncle Thomas is out. Cecil has trouble thinking of things to say. The first 4:15 of the program only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 4:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97121. Cecil and Sally. November 21, 1930. Program #275. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "The moving picture which Cecil and Sally are making didn't quite get off to a flying start last night because Sally made fun of Cecil when he tried to show her how to emote. But rehearsals start in earnest tonight, and Uncle Thomas succeeds in complicating matters a bit. Closing announcement: "Well, they did get it all explained to Uncle Thomas' satisfaction, but it did look for a bit as though this were (sic) going to finish the great moving picture epic. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97122. Cecil and Sally. November 22, 1930. Program #276. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Last night's rehearsal got the moving picture which Cecil and Sally are making, pretty well under way. Of course, in such an undertaking, there are always a few obsticles, but Sally will override them, we feel sure. Tonight, she has temporarily abandoned the moving picture business in her excitement over something else. Along with Cecil, we'll soon find out what it is." Closing announcement: "Poor Cecil. He might have known right from the start that he didn't stand a chance of getting to see that movie. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally, is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97123. Cecil and Sally. November 24, 1930. Program #277. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Tonight Cecil and Sally start making their moving picture. All is in readiness and under Cecil's direction the picture taking gets under way. Here's luck to them." Closing announcement: "It was too much to expect that things would go just right, but Sally's excellent work before the camera, even though the camera was empty, will stand her in good stead when they start again. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97124. Cecil and Sally. November 25, 1930. Program #278. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "This time, when Cecil and Sally get ready to take more moving picture scenes with their little movie camera, they will be very sure that the film is in place. Tonight they have prevailed upon Uncle Thomas to help. He not only manipulates the camera for some of the scenes, but plays the heavy villain." Closing announcement: "When we called Uncle Thomas the heavy villain, we made no mistake. We can only hope that Cecil will recuperate his strength in time for the next picture taking. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97125. Cecil and Sally. November 26, 1930. Program #279. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. The movie cannot continue...without a cow. How about a goat? The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97126. Cecil and Sally. November 27, 1930. Program #280. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Sally vs. a man-eating cow. Who said making a motion picture was easy? The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97127. Cecil and Sally. November 28, 1930. Program #281. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. The cow chases Cecil around the field, until he climbs a tree and starts throwing apples. The continuously clanking cow bell has got to be one of the most irritating sounds ever heard on radio. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97128. Cecil and Sally. November 29, 1930. Program #282. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. The owner of the cow and of the apple tree in which Cecil has sought refuge wants to be paid. The movie camera gives Sally an idea. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97129. Cecil and Sally. December 1, 1930. Program #283. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Tonight finds Cecil and Sally ready to continue with their moving picture. The script calls for a fire that Cecil has written (sic), and we find them at the side of the house discussing the means and ways of getting a realistic fire scene." Closing announcement: "Things look pretty hot now. Cecil wanted an effective looking fire. It looks as if his wish is going to be gratified. We hope the water has not been turned off or that the garden hose is curled up. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things' is presented by..." The sound effect of the fire burning is easily heard to be crinkling paper or cellophane held next to the mike. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97130. Cecil and Sally. December 2, 1930. Program #284. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Preparations are made to face the music and tell Uncle Thomas who set the garage on fire. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97131. Cecil and Sally. December 3, 1930. Program #285. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Excitement of the garage catching on fire has cooled down. Cecil and Sally's plans for making a motion picture epic are temporarily laid aside, but Sally always has something new to attempt. Tonight we find her about to spring a surprise on Cecil." Closing announcement: "Sometimes Cecil is very tactful without intending to be. He should have said that at the very beginning and saved an argument. Of course if Cecil thinks Sally looks cute the way she always fixes her hair, what girl would want to take the cahnce of changing it? At least, not a girl like Sally. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97132. Cecil and Sally. December 4, 1930. Program #286. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Last night we left our two young hopefuls on the front porch after they had settled some of the argument about the new style way (sic) Sally wanted to fix her hair. It's getting late, and now we find Cecil about to say goodnight." Closing announcement: "We wonder what Cecil's reaction would have been if Sally hadn't shut the door before she told him her wish. After all, it isn't quite fair to say something nice and then leave one out in the cold. If you have time, stick around a couple of years and see if Cecil keeps his promise. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97133. Cecil and Sally. December 5, 1930. Program #287. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "When we left Cecil last night, Sally had given him serious food for thought, but as he arrives tonight, he seems to have forgotten all about it, although he is bubbling with enthusiasm. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Haven't you heard people coin an expression and use it to the point where it makes murder justifiable? Well then, can you blame Sally or can you blame Cecil for coming to an agreement? The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97134. Cecil and Sally. December 6, 1930. Program #288. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "We parted with Cecil and Sally last night when they both agreed not to use their coined expressions on each other. Tonight Sally's attentions have taken another turn. Always interested in fads, Sally has discovered a new hobby and has been patiently waiting to try it out on Cecil. Here we go." Closing announcement: "If that's what Sally calls fortune, Cecil is pretty well off as he now stands. You couldn't expect him to get enthusiastic over the prospect of misfortune, death and disaster, even if it was (sic) in the cards. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things," is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:15. Audio condition: Good to very good. Incomplete.

105511. Cecil and Sally. December 8, 1930. Program #289. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Flowers from Cecil. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105512. Cecil and Sally. December 9, 1930. Program #290. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Can Sally stand on her head and eat a banana at the same time? Mrs. Milchat didn't have enough material to finish her dress. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105513. Cecil and Sally. December 10, 1930. Program #291. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Supposing. What is Cecil's thoughts about...the weather? The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105514. Cecil and Sally. December 11, 1930. Program #292. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Is life always like it is? Plans are made and things happen. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105515. Cecil and Sally. December 12, 1930. Program #293. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Uncle Thomas has a bad cold. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105516. Cecil and Sally. December 13, 1930. Program #294. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. A phone call from Alexander. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105517. Cecil and Sally. December 15, 1930. Program #295. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally has a surprise for Cecil. Alexander is coming over and Cecil doesn't want to meet him. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 6:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105518. Cecil and Sally. December 16, 1930. Program #296. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally, Cecil and Alexander are in the living room. Alexander tells of his accomplishments. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 6:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105519. Cecil and Sally. December 17, 1930. Program #297. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Alexander try to get rid of each other. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 6:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105520. Cecil and Sally. December 18, 1930. Program #298. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is jealous of Alexander. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97135. Cecil and Sally. December 20, 1930. Program #299. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Tonight finds Cecil on Sally's front porch. He looks pretty glum, and we are beginning to suspect that perhaps the little green god of Jealousy is causing him some pangs." Closing announcement: "There-now Cecil has done it! And all he has to show for his disbelief in Sally is the porch to himself. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97136. Cecil and Sally. December 21, 1930. Program #300. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil is sitting tonight on the front porch where Sally left him. Sally has just slammed the door, and he is sitting there glumly wondering what to do." Closing announcement: "What a smart idea on Cecil's part! We can only wait to see how it works. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97137. Cecil and Sally. December 22, 1930. Program #301. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Again we find Cecil on Sally's front porch. Fortunately for him, he was alone there when Alexander, his rival came to call, and telling him that Sally wasn't home, Cecil took Alexander next door and introduced him to Sybil. This is the reason for his satisfied expression when Sally comes back outside. Here we go." Closing announcement: "It looks as though Cecil's scheme were (sic) working, and that he is rid of his rival. But there is many a slip, they say, between the cup and the lip. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things," is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97138. Cecil and Sally. December 23, 1930. Program #302. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil got rid of his rival by introducing him to Sally's attractive next door neighbor, Sybil. That gives Cecil the upper hand, and we find him tonight making the most of the unusual situation. Here we go." Closing announcement: "In the words of the man of the street, Alexander certainly spilled the beans. We wonder how Cecil will square himself now. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97139. Cecil and Sally. December 24, 1930. Program #303. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Alexander got Cecil in wrong with Sally by telling how Cecil said Sally wasn't home, then introducing Alexander to Sybil. Alexander is going to make the most of his advantage and Cecil will have to do some fast work to get back in Sally's good craces. Here we go." Closing announcement: "The results of a poetry contest between Cecil and Alexander ought to be something pretty unusual. May the best man win! The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in, 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97140. Cecil and Sally. December 25, 1930. Program #304. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Tonight is the night of the poetry contest between Cecil and his rival Alexander. Romantic little Sally has said that the one who composes the best piece of poetry for her will have the exclusive privilege of calling on her. This should be good! Especially if Cecil writes poetry like he sings. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Cecil's poem was a good one, even if someone else had written it before he did. And Sally was a wise little girl not to be too angry about it. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97141. Cecil and Sally. December 26, 1930. Program #305. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "The poetry contest which Cecil won over Alexander by reading "Less Than The Dust" to Sally as his own composition, evidently put romantic ideas into Sally's head. Hear what she springs on Cecil tonight. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Sally didn't agree with Cecil as to what her dream meant-at least, she said she didn't, though she may only be concealing from him what she really thinks. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97142. Cecil and Sally. December 27, 1930. Program #306. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Although Cecil won the poetry competition, he hasn't entirely ceased to think of Alexander as a rival for Sally's affection. In fact, he is even a little suspicious that sooner or later he and Alexander---well, let's see just what he does think. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Cecil had better study some more about the art of self defense before he picks a fight with Alexander. Or perhaps he will let Sally do the fighting after what she did to him tonight. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97143. Cecil and Sally. December 29, 1930. Program #307. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "We don't know what happened, but whatever it was we find Cecil tonight feeling pretty low. But when he comes to Sally to be cheered up, you may be sure he has come to the right address. We shall see how she goes about it. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Well, well. Everything is all right again. Leave it to Sally-she says the right thing at the right time. That is, except when she says the wrong thing. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97144. Cecil and Sally. December 30, 1930. Program #308. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "'What to do' is the question Sally is asking when we find her seated on the front porch with Cecil enjoying the sunshine. Watch closely, for this is to be a sort of intelligence test. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Well, no wonder Cecil couldn't guess. Isn't that just like Sally-spelling glass with a 'W' because it happened to be window glass. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97145. Cecil and Sally. December 31, 1930. Program #309. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Last night we heard Sally conducting a guessing game for Cecil's entertainment as they sat out on the porch. The game broke up when Sally spelled glass with a W, because it was a window. Now tonight, they have gone into the house, and we find them seated on the davenport. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Well, to misquote a bit, there's no great gain without some small loss-and what is a bit of spoiled wallpaper as long as the bee is dead and Sally is happy? The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97146. Cecil and Sally. January 1, 1931. Program #310. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Last night in an attempt to drive away a bee which was annoying Sally, Cecil threw a nice ripe peach at it. He got the bee, all right, and as a result we find Sally tonight trying to repair the damage to the wall paper. Cecil announces himself by yelling in at the door. Here we go." Closing announcement: "That's just once that Cecil got himself into trouble in spite of Sally's advice and not because of it. Let's hope that he isn't so badly damaged that he won't be able to talk. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97147. Cecil and Sally. January 2, 1931. Program #311. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil wouldn't heed Sally's warning and he fell off the ladder and bit his tongue. From the way he is talking tonight, he probably wishes he had been more careful. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Sally makes an excellent interpreter, doesn't she? Besides, she's a fast thinker. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer). 8:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97149. Cecil and Sally. January 3, 1931. Program #312. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally has been reading something. Not only that, but she is taking it seriously. Let's see how seriously Cecil takes it when she tells him about this idea she has. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Poor Cecil; he had Sally off on another thought and then had to let the cat out of the bag and remind her what she was angry about. Fortunately we all know that Sally doesn't stay mad very long. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97150. Cecil and Sally. January 4, 1931. Program #313. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Tonight when Cecil comes to see Sally, he finds her pretty angry about something. We shall see what it is that causes the little lines in her forehead. Here we go." Closing announcement: "It seems as though everyone has his own candidate for the honor of having kept us out of war. Those women next door certainly started something when they got Sally started on current history. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97151. Cecil and Sally. January 5, 1931. Program #314. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Last night Cecil and Sally were arguing about whether it was ex-President Coolidge or President Hoover who kept us out of war. Tonight Cecil will have no time for such unimportant matters. He has a new and tremendous interest. We shall find out what it is when he tells Sally of a decision he has made. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Can you imagine our Cecil with a mustache? He must be growing up! However, if he really wants one, we all wish him success. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things," is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97152. Cecil and Sally. January 6, 1931. Program #315. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil has told Sally that he has decided to raise a mustache. That was, after she had guessed everything from rabbits to watermelons. Tonight we find them just a few minutes after this momentous announcement. Here we go." Closing announcement: "We hardly blame Cecil for resenting it when his mustache is called a smudge. But now that Sally has decided to help him raise it, things look pretty promising. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things' is brought to you by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97153. Cecil and Sally. January 7, 1931. Program #316. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Warm hearted, merry, helpful little Sally is not her cordial self this evening. What can be the cause of this coolness? Let's find out. Here we go." Closing announcement: "So that was it. Sally just wanted to hear Cecil say he liked her. Cecil doesn't say much, but knowing how he feels about expressing himself, we'd say Sally scored a victory. That little bit was a lot for Cecil. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things' is brought to you by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97154. Cecil and Sally. January 8, 1931. Program #317. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Last night Sally got Cecil to tell her that he likes her. So when he comes to see her tonight, she is no longer cool toward him, but is eager to tell him something which she says is very important. Here we go." Closing announcement: "That is just about the way a lot of fights start. We just hope that Cecil and Sally never have anything more serious to fight over, and that there will always be an Unbcle Thomas to step in and stop it. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is brought to you by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97155. Cecil and Sally. January 9, 1931. Program #318. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally were having a hot argument last night about which of them was the crazier. Fortunately Uncle Thomas put in a word in time to stop the fight before any damage was done. Tonight, we find Slly presenting another idea to Cecil. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Now wasn't that a tough break? This is no doubt at all that Sally would have won the grand prize in the puzzle contest if the magazine hadn't been in the antique class. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is brought to you by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97156. Cecil and Sally. January 10, 1931. Program #319. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "For some time Cecil has been trying to raise a mustache. Sally didn't see much sense to the idea. Now she is convinced he really means to do it, so after all this time, she decides to help him. Here we go." Closing announcement: "This ought to be good. Let's hope Sally doesn't get hold of the mercurochrome bottle. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97157. Cecil and Sally. January 11, 1931. Program #320. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "When we left Cecil and Sally last night, they were on their way upstairs to look in the medicine chest. You see, it is Sally's idea that Cecil's mustache is too light. She thinks it will show better if they darken it a little. Perhaps she is right. Let's see. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Doesn't Uncle Thomas have an uncanny way of happening in just in time to add another most embarrasing moment to poor Cecil's long list? But the toothpaste was an inspiration, and all is well that ends well. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is brought to you by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97158. Cecil and Sally. January 12, 1931. Program #321. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil arrives at Sally's house tonight minus his mustache. And he is just in time to help her with a task which looks simple, but proves to be colossol (sic). Here we go." Closing announcement: "Well, we must say for Sally that she is nothing if not thoroughgoing. Her grandfather couldn't help having a happy birthday if he knew how much thought she had given it. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in the 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97159. Cecil and Sally. January 15, 1931. Program #322. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "In the gay nineties the young lady waiting for her beau to call used to let him find her seated at the piano playing a waltz. Nowadays the young man has to let himself in the front door. His girl friend doesn't hear him ring because she is so absorbed in listening to some radio tenor's plaintive singing. Sally is, of course, like all the other girls. Wonder what Cecil thinks of that? Here we go." Closing announcement: "Cecil may be disgusted with Sally and his aunt because they are so thrilled by Rudy's singing, but we'll bet he wishes he could sing as appealingly. And besides, how do we know but what he listens eagerly for Ruth Etting or some little boop-a-doop girl? The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things' is presented by..." Thne body of the show on ly. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97160. Cecil and Sally. January 16, 1931. Program #323. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Last night Cecil discovered that Sally had joined the throngs worshipping at the shrine of Rudy Vallee. He was pretty disgusted. Tonight we find them just a few minutes after Sally's admission that she gets a great thrill out of listening to Rudy sing. Here we go." Closing announcement: "We must admit that we never heard any animal that sounded like Cecil's singing, and therefore Mr. Smith must have been exaggerating. Anyway, Sally was as delighted with Cecil's voice as a great many are with Rudy's. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97161. Cecil and Sally. January 17, 1931. Program #324. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Last night we heard Cecil in his attempt to rival Rudy Vllee as a melter of hearts. Tonight he will get a few pointers as to whether that is just the way to interest Sally or not. Here we go." Closing announcement: "We can't help wondering how Alexander knows so much about girls, and still is the unsuccessful suitor. It is going to be very interesting indeed to hear how Cecil gets along with the new technique. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things' is brought to you by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97162. Cecil and Sally. January 19, 1931. Program #325. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "When we last heard and Saly, Cecil was listening to some good advice which his rival, Alexander, was giving him. Alexander told Cecil that girls liked to be brow beaten and to be called beautiful names. And he also said that they liked to be grabbed and kissed against their will. Tonight we find Cecil just a few minutes after he has left Alexander: he is with Sally in her home. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Alexander must have had his fingers crossed when he told Cecil how to get along with girls. Or maybe Sally doesn't run true to form. However, if we were betting on a system, we'd back Cecil and his regular methods rather than Alexander and his story book notions. Cecil and Sally the comic strip of the air, are brought to you by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97163. Cecil and Sally. January 20, 1931. Program #326. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "The advice that Alexander gave Cecil about how to handle girls didn't make much of a hit with Sally. In fact she slapped Cecil when he tried out some of the new theories. However, we find them tonight, some time after the little quarrel, and all is well again. Sally has been doing some thinking. She is wondering about the future. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Romantic little Sally! And for that matter, romantic Cecil, too. But whatever Cecil decides upon for a career, we feel sure he will make good with Sally's helpful advice and interest. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97164. Cecil and Sally. January 21, 1931. Program #327. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Tonight Cecil is calling on Sally; and Uncle Thomas almost succeeds in causing trouble between them. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Cecil and Sally would be the last people in the world to try to point out a moral. But just the same, you might try talking in a whisper the next time you have a hot argument. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things' is brought to you by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97165. Cecil and Sally. January 22, 1931. Program #328. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Do you like riddles? Well, Sally is going to serve some to Cecil tonight and you may try to guess the answers with him. Here we go." Closing announcement: "That didn't turn out the way Sally had planned, at all. But it leaves Cecil with a sly grin and a touch of chocolate elephant around his mouth. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally is brought to you by..." The phrase "The Funniest Things" no longer appears in every closing announcement. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97166. Cecil and Sally. January 23, 1931. Program #329. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "As we come upon Cecil and Sally tonight, they are at the store. It is in the afternoon, and Cecil is about to divulge some good news. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Cecil has certainly taken a nice large bite for himself to chew when he offers to explain football to Sally. It will be well worth hearing. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally, is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97167. Cecil and Sally. January 24, 1931. Program #330. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil told Sally he had some tickets for the football game and asked her to go. She wasn't very crazy about it because she never had seen a football game. However, Cecil said he would explain it to her, and she promised to be ready when he called. Cecil is calling for Sally, and is just about to ring the doorbell. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Well, Cecil had a time getting Sally started to the game, but we have an idea that his troubles haven't really begun. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally, is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97168. Cecil and Sally. January 26, 1931. Program #331. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "The last we heard of Cecil and Sally, they were starting to a football game. It is to be Sally's first game, and Cecil has courageously offered to explain things to her. Of course, she was a little slow in getting ready and they made a late start, but we find them just arriving in Ben Hur, Cecil's car. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Poor Cecil. We hope he doesn't regret his generosity in insisting on Sally's going to the game. And we do hope that they get there for at least part of it. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally, is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97169. Cecil and Sally. January 27, 1931. Program #332. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "We were beginning to think that Cecil and Sally never would reach the football game. It took Sally so long to get ready, they had a hard time finding a place to park. Then Sally left her coat where she stopped to get a drink, and Cecil had to go back for it. But Cecil's patience is rewarded. At last they have arrived. And, here we go." Closing announcement: "What if Sally doesn't understand all the fine points of football? You can't say she isn't enjoying it in her own way. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97170. Cecil and Sally. January 28, 1931. Program #333. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Although Sally started to walk out during the intermission between halves, at her first football game, Cecil explained and she stayed for the rest. As we find them tonight, the game is nearly over-it is the last of the last quarter, and the game is an exciting one. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Well, that football game is over, and you can't blame Cecil if he sighs with relief. Incidentally, it was quite excusable, we feel, for Cecil to tell Sally she could find Flossie outside the stadium. We are almost willing to be that Sally will, if she makes up her mind to do it. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally, is brought to you by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97171. Cecil and Sally. January 29, 1931. Program #334. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "It is several days since the football game to which Cecil took Sally. For some reason this evening Sally is feeling deprerssed, as Cecil is about to learn. Here we go." Closing announcement: "There is a saying, 'Like cures like' and in this case at least, it would seem so. Cecil's weeping made Sally see the light, and we leave them much cheerier than we found them. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally, is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97172. Cecil and Sally. January 30, 1931. Program #335. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Sally asks Cecil for a postage stamp, which starts Cecil off on a lecture about preparedness, among other things. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97173. Cecil and Sally. January 31, 1931. Program #336. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Last night Sally was trying to find out if Cecil had a stamp for the letter she had written. Instead of saying he had or had not, Cecil launched into a lecture on preparedness. Tonight we join them a few minutes later, and Sally still hasn't decided what to do about mailing her letter. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Cecil overlooked a bet. The way to do that question and answer business with a flourish is to look over the answers first. Maybe that is what Sally did! The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally, is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97174. Cecil and Sally. February 2, 1931. Program #337. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "If you want a thing well-done, you must do it yourself. That is what Sally has decided about the stamp she needed to mail her letter. Cecil hasn't been much help, so she is going to get a stamp for herself. Here we go." Closing announcement: "We'd hardly blame the druggist for being disgusted, but little Sally certainly offers a lesson to anyone inflicted with an inferiority complex. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally, is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97175. Cecil and Sally. February 3, 1931. Program #338. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally got her trouble about the stamp all settled, but tonight Cecil is going to start something when he breaks his news to her. Something that will put a mere two cent stamp in the darkest shade. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Sally, trying to be practical, has proved to be something of a wet blanket about Cecil's find. However, $25 is $25 and you can't alter that fact. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97176. Cecil and Sally. February 4, 1931. Program #339. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Last night Cecil told Sally he had found a wallet containing $25.00. Sally had all sorts of unpleasant ideas about the money, but now-just a few minutes later-she has another and more practical idea. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Well, with everyone in the neighborhood claiming the twenty-five dollars, Cecil and Sally are just where the started. That ought to satisfy Cecil's conscience, anyway. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97177. Cecil and Sally. February 5, 1931. Program #340. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Last night Cecil and Sally satisfied themselves that they could not locate the owner of the wallet Cecil found. But it was only after telephoning everyone in the neighborhood and having everyone claim the $25 that they gave up trying. The scene now is the next night at Sally's house. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Cecil certainly got a bargain for his money, at 2,500 shares of oil stock for $25. At least we hope he did, though somehow this transaction leaves something to be desired. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by... The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97178. Cecil and Sally. February 6, 1931. Program #341. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Last night Cecil informed Sally that he had bought 2,500 shares of oil stock with the $25.00 he had found. Now we find them on the following day. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Cecil is not the first person to make such an investment, nor will he be the last, probably. Almost every day we read of such things. But we don't believe Cecil will ever again buy stock from a stranger. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is brought to you by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97179. Cecil and Sally. February 7, 1931. Program #342. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally came to the conclusion last night that the oil stock Cecil bought with his $25 was a fake. We find him tonight in a more or less philosophic mood. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Wow! IS that bad news! What will poor Cecil do now? We have a hunch, based on long acquaintance with Cecil and Sally, that Sally will find an 'out' somewhere. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

73737. Cecil and Sally. February 9, 1931. Program #343. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "When Cecil was unable to find the owner of the wallet he had picked up, he decided to spend it after talking to a nice persuasive oil salesman on the street car. No sooner had he invested the $25 in 2500 shares of oil stock than Uncle Thomas said the money was his. Wouldn't you just KNOW it! Tonight, Sally tells Cecil of a plan she has for raising the money to repay Uncle Thomas. Uncle Thomas has discovered that Cecil found his wallet with $25 in it. Cecil has already invested the money in oil stock. You know Sally's Plans...so here we go!" Closing announcement: "Now that sounds like a very sensible plan...if Ben Hur is worth $25. We certainly hope Mr. Levinsky will think so. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally, is presented to you by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

73811. Cecil and Sally. February 10, 1931. Program #344. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Cecil tries to sell his used Saxon automobile (named "Ben Hur") to a Jewish stereotype named Levinsky. He wants to pay back the $25 to Uncle Thomas, but Levinsky drives a hard bargain. Opening announcement: "When we left Cecil and Sally last night, they were going to take Ben Hur to Mr. Levinsky, who buys and sells second hand cars. They want to raise enough money to pay back Uncle Thomas' $25. Tonight finds them on the vacant lot where Mr. Levinsky conducts his business." Closing announcement: "One could hardly expect Mr. Levinsky to have the sentimental affection for Ben Hur that Cecil and Sally have, and which we ourselves have developed. But it does seem as though he might have left out that crack about the junk man. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally, is brought to you by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:47. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

97180. Cecil and Sally. February 11, 1931. Program #345. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Mr. Levinsky, the used car dealer, wouldn't give Cecil but $22 for Ben Hur, so Cecil and Sally are driving back home, discouraged and insulted. We find them chugging along in the traffic. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Poor Sally. Imagine her embarrassment! And now ewe have to wait to find out whether Cecil caught his man. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally, is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97182. Cecil and Sally. February 13, 1931. Program #347. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil has come back from chasing the oil salesman. He is all excited, and poor little Sally has been crying because a policeman threatened her with a tag for holding up traffic in Ben Hur. Let's hear what happened while he was gone with the automobile crank. Here we go!" Closing announcement: "If Cecil isn't careful his ten dollar profit-will go to pay a parking a fine! That would be terrible after all the trouble he had getting it. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally, is brought to you by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97181. Cecil and Sally. February 13, 1931. Program #346. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally is in a terrible fix. Cecil jumped out of the car to run after that oil salesman who sold him the phoney stock, and Ben Hur is stalled in the traffic. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Even without a tag for violating traffic rules, Sally is still in a most uncomfortable place until Cecil comes back with the crank. Let's hope he has good news when he arrives, or Sally will never forgive him. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally, is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97183. Cecil and Sally. February 14, 1931. Program #348. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Tonight Cecil and Sally are back at Sally's house. Cecil, after all the excitement about getting back the twenty-five dollars, has returned it to Mr. Smith and we will listen while he tells Sally about it. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Cecil has had more than fifteen dollars worth of trouble ever since he found that wallet, but everything seems to be all right again, and at least he will be something ahead. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally, is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97184. Cecil and Sally. February 16, 1931. Program #349. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "When Cecil got back fifteen dollars, after a lot of trouble with the wallet he found, and with the oil stock, he thought, naturally enough that it would be nice to keep it. Sally, however, thinks that he should make a sort of thanks offering of it. They are discussing this tonight. He we go." Closing announcement: "You might know it. When Sally makes up her mind, Cecil may just as well get ready to make his up too. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97185. Cecil and Sally. February 17, 1931. Program #350. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Last night Cecil promised to go to church with Sally. He is going to give his fifteen dollars to help Sally in her Sunday School work. Now it is Sunday morning. Cecil is fast asleep as the scene opens. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Well, there is a good day off to a bad start. But perhaps things will turn out better than it looks from here. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally is presented by..." An interesting program in which only Cecil is heard. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer). 8:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97186. Cecil and Sally. February 18, 1931. Program #351. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Sally is mad at Cecil for oversleeping and not taking her to church as he promised. The first 4:19 of the program only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 4:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97187. Cecil and Sally. February 19, 1931. Program #352. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Cecil takes Sally to the church and is made to contribute his $15 "for the heathens." The first 4:21 of the program only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 4:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97188. Cecil and Sally. February 20, 1931. Program #353. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Cecil and Sally think the fifteen dollars is counterfeit and tear it into little pieces. Guess what they find out right afterwards. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97189. Cecil and Sally. February 21, 1931. Program #354. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Cecil and Sally starting pasting the $5 bill and the $10 bill together. Cecil discovers that the Golden Flood Oil Company (the worthless stock Cecil bought) has struck it rich and is now worth a lot of money. Too bad Cecil got his money back! The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97190. Cecil and Sally. February 23, 1931. Program #355. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. After the bills are pasted back together again, how can Cecil and Sally exchange them for two bills in better condition? How about a letter to the Secretary of the Treasury, or even better, Presidcent Hoover. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97191. Cecil and Sally. February 24, 1931. Program #356. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Cecil plans to win a story-writing contest advertised in a magazine. All he has to do is write 5000 words before midnight. No problem, Sally can help, she's a very fast t-y-p-i-s-t. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97192. Cecil and Sally. February 25, 1931. Program #357. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. The story is finished...almost. Sally has a few ideas for improvements. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97193. Cecil and Sally. February 26, 1931. Program #358. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Cecil left his story at Sally's house. Late that night, Sally invites him to climb up the drainpipe. You don't want to know. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97194. Cecil and Sally. February 27, 1931. Program #359. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Cecil and Sally take a scary walk through the darkened house. Of course, Cecil steps on the cat's tail. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97195. Cecil and Sally. February 28, 1931. Program #360. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. A search for the house burglar finds nothing but Sally's cat. Cecil begins, "Operation Sugarpie." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97196. Cecil and Sally. March 2, 1931. Program #361. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. "Operation Sugarpie" ends successfully when the cat plays a tune on the piano! The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97197. Cecil and Sally. March 3, 1931. Program #362. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. "Truth is stranger than friction!" Cecil gets a letter from the third secreatry to the second secretary to the president. Sally will vote for Mr. Hoover anyway, when she's old enough! John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

73812. Cecil and Sally. March 9, 1931. Program #367. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Cecil and Sally are trying to avoid an escaped madman. A keeper from the sanitorium thinks that Cecil and Sally are crazy! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

73813. Cecil and Sally. March 10, 1931. Program #368. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Cecil and Sally are locked up in the insane asylum. A fellow inmate has swiped the keys to the cell...but first, a riddle! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97198. Cecil and Sally. March 13, 1931. Program #371. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "We will see tonight how Sally's story worked. She had to make up a good excuse for their being away from the store all afternoon, and she couldn't tell Uncle Thomas that they were in the insane asylum, could she? Well, here comes Cecil to see her, and she is waiting outside the house for him. Here we go!" Closing announcement: "Things look pretty black, but perhaps Uncle Thomas will relent. Anyway, it is better than being in a cell. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally, is brought to you by..." The first 4:17 of the program only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 4:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97199. Cecil and Sally. March 14, 1931. Program #372. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally's Uncle Thomas is so angry about the youngsters getting themselves into the insane asylum that he has forbidden Cecil to come to see Sally. They have agreed to write notes, and will see each other at the store, where we find them now. This is the next morning. Here we go." Closing announcement: "That was all Cecil called Sally's Uncle Thomas-just "an old fat buzzard." Well, if he was angry before, we wonder what he will be after he reads that note! The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally is brought to you by..." The first 4:19 of the program only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 4:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97200. Cecil and Sally. March 16, 1931. Program #373. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Mr. Smith has forbidden Cecil to call on Sally any more, as a result of their having been sent to the asylum as lunatics. So, they decide to write notes to each other. Cecil, unfortunately wrote what he thought of Mr. Smith and Sally inadvertently sent the note to her uncle. We find them now, just a few minutes after they discover that the note has gone astray. Here we go!" Closing announcement: "Well, it certainly looks as though there were breakers ahead. Mr. Smith will probably save Cecil the trouble of resigning. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally is brought to you by..." Cecil tells Sally that she's done a "nitwit thing." The truth approaches! The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97201. Cecil and Sally. March 17, 1931. Program #374. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "When we left Cecil and Sally, Cecil was on his way upstairs to see Mr. Smith who had sent for him. Cecil has gone in trembling because of a note he wrote, in which he called Mr. Smith and old fat buzzard. That alone wouldn't make him tremble, but Sally sent the note to Mr. Smith by mistake. Sally is eagerly waiting for Cecil to come back from the interview. Here we go." Closing announcement: "What a pleasant surprise that was! Everything has turned out fine and everybody is happy. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97202. Cecil and Sally. March 18, 1931. Program #375. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally are sitting pretty. They recovered the incriminating note; Uncle Thomas confirmed their story of the torn money and the forced visit to the asylum, and he even apologized for not believing them. Furthermore, he got the warden to send back the money which Sally left in her cell when they made their escape. Tonight they will talk over their good fortune at Sally's house when Cecil comes to call. Here we go!" Closing announcement: "Sally had her way as usual and we can only hope that Mr. Smith will appreciate Cecil's thought of him on his birthday. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally, is presented to you by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97203. Cecil and Sally. March 19, 1931. Program #376. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Last night Cecil and Sally decided how Cecil would spend his fifteen dollars. Tonight when he comes to call on Sally he is wearing a new sweater and a pair of black and white sport shoes. Here we go!" Closing announcement: "Well, Cecil will just have to charge up to profit and loss, one pair of black and white sports shoes." Cecil has bought a sweater and a pair of black and white sport shoes...for $15. The shoes are a size too small; Sally suggests getting them wet so that the leather will stretch. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97204. Cecil and Sally. March 20, 1931. Program #377. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil is a little low when he comes to see Sally tonight. You recall that story he wrote and sent to a magazine? Well, he has some news of it. Here we go!" Closing announcement: "We don't blame Sally for wanting to protect her Uncle Thomas from feminine wiles, but, to let you in on a little secret, she's going to be sorry yet. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally, is brought to you by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97205. Cecil and Sally. March 21, 1931. Program #378. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "When a package was delivered at Sally's house, she opened it in spite of the fact that it was addressed to her Uncle Thomas. You see, Sally thought it might be a present from the Widow Mason across the street. Instead it was plaster of Paris which Mr. Smith had sent out to mend a crack in the wall. The scene tonight is just after Cecil and Sally have opened the package of plaster. Here we go!" Closing announcement: "Well, Sally IS in a mess-and if you've ever worn a gas mask, you know just how she feels. Thanks to Cecil's forethought in inserting Uncle Thomas' pipe in her mouth, she won't smother-and there we must leave her for the present. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally, is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97206. Cecil and Sally. March 23, 1931. Program #379. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Poor little Sally: We find her tonight just where we left her---the victim of Cecil's ambitious attempt to make a plaster cast of her face. Fortunely for Sally, he had the forethought to give her one of Mr. Smith's pipes to hold in her mouth so she could breathe. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Phew! We're glad that is over. But it does seem as though Sally might have thought to say 'Thank You.' The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally, is brought to you by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97207. Cecil and Sally. March 24, 1931. Program #380. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally has something on her mind when Cecil comes to call on her tonight. Let us see what she is worrying about, by listening while she tells Cecil about it. Here we go." Closing announcement: "That would have been a good trick if it had worked, but it backfired. Better luck next time, Sally. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally, is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

73814. Cecil and Sally. March 25, 1931. Program #381. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. A "designing female" has set her sights on Uncle Thomas. A series of phone calls should do the trick! Opening announcement: "When Sally turned out the light and refused to answer the doorbell last night, it was with the idea of keeping out the widown Mason. You see, Sally is afraid the widow wants to vamp Uncle Thomas. But it was Uncle Thomas who came and rang the doorbell, and finally had to go over to the widow's to telephone Sally. Then, he decided to stay there for a little chat. This upset Sally even more. Tonight's scene is just a few moments after Mr. Smith telephoned to say where he was." Closing announcement: "Well, well, this IS getting serious. What to do now, is Sally's great question. We'll trust her to think of something good. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally, is brought to you by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

73815. Cecil and Sally. March 26, 1931. Program #382. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally's Uncle Thomas is calling on the widow Mason across the street, and Sally is pretty worried about it. She has tried one or two plans to get him to come home, but they didn't work. We'll see if she hasn't another trump or two in her hand. Here we go!" Closing announcement: "This looks as though Cecil might be getting himself into a tough spot. However, we'll just hope for the best-but by all means, be prepared for the worst. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally, is brought to you by..." How to get Uncle Thomas away from Miss Mason? How about Cecil dressing like a policeman! The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

73816. Cecil and Sally. March 27, 1931. Program #383. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil has been persuaded by Sally to don a policeman's uniform and go across the street to the widow Mason's house to trick Sally's Uncle Thomas into coming home. We hope it works all right. Here we go." Closing announcement: "We were afraid of that. Well, not just exactly that, but that Cecil was letting himself in for something. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally, is brought to you by..." Cecil dresses up as a policeman, including a water pistol. Suddenly, there's a robbery and a call for help. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

73817. Cecil and Sally. March 28, 1931. Program #384. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil has dressed up in a policeman's uniform to carry out a little plan Sally made, but he was grabbed by a lady whose house is being robbed. Without having time to think, Cecil is thrust into the role of hero, much against his will. They are now in front of the house where the robbers are at work. Here we go." Closing announcement: "We can only quote the famous words, "The plot thickens" as we leave Cecil for the present wondering what to do. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally, is brought to you by..." Cecil is forced to act like a real policeman. Stick 'em up! The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97212. Cecil and Sally. March 30, 1931. Program #385. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "The robber whom Cecil and Sally went to catch in the lady's house got the upper hand without much trouble. When Cecil attempted to hold him at bay with a toy water pistol, the man made a sudden move, Cecil got scared and pulled the trigger, squirting water right into the robber's eye. It was a big moment in everybody's life. Cecil and Sally are completely at the man's mercy. And now..." Closing announcement: "And we can't help but hope that the robber gets away and that Cecil and Sally have jumped clear out of this unhappy picture. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things' is brought to you by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97213. Cecil and Sally. March 31, 1931. Program #386. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally are safely out of the house that was being robbed. The robber jumped out the window when he heard a noise at the front door. Cecil, dressed in a policeman's uniform, didn't want to be caught, either, so he and Sally jumped too. But they were no sooner free than the persistant Sally reverts to the original errand which was interrupted, and as the scene opens she is persuading Cecil to go with her over to the Widow Masons (sic). And now..." Closing announcement: "And the way the Widow Mason handled that case would seem to indicate that Sally is going to have a real fight on her hands. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97214. Cecil and Sally. April 1, 1931. Program #387. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally is determined to stop the affair which she thinks is developing between her Uncle Thomas and the Widow Mason who lives across the street. Of course, poor Cecil has to help. New determination was born when the widow slammed the door in Sally's face last night, and since then Sally has been very busy. And now..." Closing announcement: "The one hundred dollar cat. No argument at all about that if Sally trades for two fifty-dollar gold fish. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97215. Cecil and Sally. April 2, 1931. Program #388. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Just to show you what a smart girl Sally is, she sold her cat to Sybil, the girl next door for one hundred dollars. Quite a price for a cat and Cecil didn't believe it. But Sally was right; she traded the one-hundred dollar cat for two fifty-dollar gold fish. We join Cecil and Sally a few nights later with Sally ready to unload a dish of bad news as Cecil arrives at her house. And now..." Closing announcement: "Once again little Sally comes out best. In some way or other she always does. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97216. Cecil and Sally. April 3, 1931. Program #389. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally traded her cat to Sybil, the girl next door, for two gold fish. Then the cat came back and ate the gold fish, and Sally compromised by keeping the cat. For some reason or other Sybil couldn't think fast enough to win the argument, but after it was over she did a lot of thinking. As we join Cecil and Sally on another night Sybil has declared her intention of getting even." Closing announcement: "It's our thought that Sybil will have to be a whole lot smarter before she can get even with Sally. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97217. Cecil and Sally. April 4, 1931. Program #390. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Sybil, the girl who lives next door, is determined to get even with Sally for the cat-goldfish trade. The cat came back to Sally's house and ate the goldfish, so Sally kept the cat. So Sybil called Cecil up right in Sally's own home and invited him to a party. Then Sally was mad, plenty, and Cecil had to call Sybil and break the date. At the present, the battle is quiet and Sally's guns are trained for the moment on another enemy; the Widow Mason. And now..." Closing announcement: "Didn't Sally fix things up swell? The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97218. Cecil and Sally. April 6, 1931. Program #391. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. An unusual episode in that are there 4 voices heard instead of the 2 or 3 regulars. Opening announcement: "When the Widow Mason called on Sally a remark was passed that long skirts were a blessing because they covered up bow-legs. The widow went home mad. Sally consulted Cecil who advised an apology, so Sally called the widow and said she was sorry Mrs. Mason had bow-legs. As Cecil arrives at Sally's house on the following night. Sally meets him with bad news. The widow is inside talking to her uncle. And now..." Closing announcement: "If Sally keeps on at this rate she'll have her Uncle Thomas married off to the widow. The comic strip of the air, Cecil and Sally in 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97219. Cecil and Sally. April 7, 1931. Program #392. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "The Widow Mason told Sally's Uncle Thomas that Sally had insulted her, but the widow made a mistake, because Sally apologized for having mentioned the widow's bow-legs. It was very embarrassing to both the uncle and the widow, and to cover the embarrassment, Uncle Thgomas gallantly accepted the dinner invitation that had been offered. Now Sally is discussing ways and means of keeping her uncle away from the party. And now..." Closing announcement: "Sally, Sally; you'll have to be smarter than that if you want to stop that widow. The comic strip of the air, 'The Funniest Things,' is presented by..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97220. Cecil and Sally. April 8, 1931. Program #393. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally was determined to keep her Uncle Thomas away from the Widow Mason's dinner party. All previous efforts having failed, Sally pulled a fainting spell just as Mr. Smith was ready to leave the house. As a result, she was ordered not to go to a show, but to stay at home, and Uncle Thomas tripped gaily across the street to the party. We find Cecil and Sally waiting for his return some hours later. And now..." Closing announcement: "Well, who could be a social lion under those conditions?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97221. Cecil and Sally. April 9, 1931. Program #394. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "In between times, when Sally isn't bothered by Sybil, the girl next door, or the flirtation between her Uncle Thomas and the Widow Mason, she devotes some time to her own domestic affairs. As Cecil arrives to spend the evening, Sally is waiting to show him the results of her latest efforts. And now..." Closing announcement: "Let's not blame Sally. After all, when it's a matter of modernistic pictures, what's in a name." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97222. Cecil and Sally. April 10, 1931. Program #395. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally and that girl next door are just the chummiest chums you ever saw; nice as pie to each other until one gets a chance to put in a little dig. Then the fight is on. One of these little tilts took place today and as Cecil arrives at Sally's house, a large bundle of news is waiting for him. And now..." Closing announcement: "And now that they are through practicing, maybe they'll get out their swords and have a battle. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97223. Cecil and Sally. April 11, 1931. Program #396. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally and Sybil, the girl next door, have been engrossed for the last day or two in one of their periodical tilts. Sybil put one over on Sally by using a big word and getting away before Sally knew what the word meant. Cecil always bears the brunt of these affairs and just at present his job is to help Sally get even." Closing announcement: "And we might say that it's too bad Ben Hur can't go more than thirty miles an hour. What we need right now is a lot of speed." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97224. Cecil and Sally. April 13, 1931. Program #397. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Sybil, the girl who lives next door to Sally, is still causing lots of trouble whether or not she means to. To get even with her for some of the trouble, Cecil and Sally called her and pretended it was the telephone company. Then Cecil blundered and let Sybil know what was going on. A few minutes later the phone rang and a voice said it was the water company and that the water was going to be turned off. They thought it was Sybil getting back at them until Sally's Uncle Thomas came raving down stairs, mad because there wasn't any water. Now Sally suspects something else and as the scene opens she is laying plans for revenge. Here we go." Closing announcement: "And if you think Mrs. Mason won't make something out of that, you don't know the charming widow." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97225. Cecil and Sally. April 14, 1931. Program #398. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally has suddenly received invitations to a lot of dances and parties and Cecil thinks the calls came from Sybil, that girl next door. While he was checking up to find out the telephone rang again. Sally answered, and thinking it was Sybil, up to more of her mpranks, Sally told her in very plain words not to be so funny. But the call really came from that charming widow across the street. We join them just a few minutes later as they are talking it over. Here we go." Closing announcement" "Yes, and the few questions the Widow Mason wants to ask Uncle Thomas are probably about the manner of his niece, Sally." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97226. Cecil and Sally. April 15, 1931. Program #399. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "During a duel over the telephone between Sally and that girl next door, the Widow Mason across the street slipped in on the line. Sally though it was Sybil again, up to some more tricks, but shortly after she had said some very pointed things, the widow arrived at the front door, out of breath and very agitated. The scene opens just after the widow has entered the house. Here we go." Opening announcement: "Thank you, Uncle Thomas, for fixing things up. That situation might have been serious." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97227. Cecil and Sally. April 16, 1931. Program #400. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: Sally thought that girl next door was playing a trick on her over the telephone. It was really the widow Mason, that charming creature across the street who seems to like Uncle Thomas. The widow arrived mad as a hornet just a few minutes after the conversation, in which Sally had said some things meant for Sybil only and certainly not for anyone else. It took Uncle Thomas quite a while to straighten out things. Now we join them on the following night after the atmosphere has cleared. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Wouldn't you like to have a picture of Cecil after Sally cut his hair?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105525. Cecil and Sally. April 27, 1931. Program #409. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil told Sally to ask his aunt over to her house for dinner, but not to tell her why they wanted Aunt Bess and Uncler Thomas to get together. But Sally let out the whole story about their plan to have Aunt Bess take Uncle Thomas away from the Widow Mason. Now Sally is keeping this a secret from Cecil. They have left Cecil's home and are talking over the whole affair. Here we go..." Closing announcement: "Oh, what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105526. Cecil and Sally. April 28, 1931. Program #410. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The other night Sally peaked (sic) in the Widow Mason's window and saw her entertaining a strange man. It was the opportunity of a lifetime and Cecil and Sally took advantage of the situation on the spot. They took a flashlight picture through the window and intend to show it to Uncle Thomas to convince him that the widow isn't worth his attentions. The scene is now at Sally's on the night that the finished photograph is supposed to be ready., Here we go..." Closing announcement: "And Sally might have added, 'Please stay a long time, Uncle Thomas'..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105527. Cecil and Sally. April 29, 1931. Program #411. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The flashlight picture which Cecil and Sally took of the Widow Mason and the person whom they thought was the milkman is the center of attention just now. The messenger boy is on his way to deliver it., but Uncle Thomas is on the scene and very much in the way. As the scene opens they have been making polite conversation with Uncle Thomas, who is wondering just a little bit why they are so nervous. Here we go..." Closing announcement: "Milkman or Uncle Thomas; we think the picture is just as valuable wither way..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105528. Cecil and Sally. April 30, 1931. Program #412. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The flashlight photograph which Cecil and Sally took through the Widow Mason's window revealed her caller to be, not the milkman, but Sally's own uncle, who had his back turned. This piece of stratagem having failed, Cecil and Sally have decided the best way to break up the affair between Uncle Thomas and Mrs. Mason is to bring Cecil's aunt into the picture at once. Mr. Smith has just left, taking the picture with him, and Cecil and Sally are discussing their next move. Here we go..." Closing announcement: "Oh, such a swell party; but don't put steak knives on the table. Put tear gas bombs instead..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100209. Cecil and Sally. May 8, 1931. Program #419. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Cecil and Sally finally got Cecil's aunt and Sally's uncle together in the hope that they would finally become interested in each other, Sally created an embarrassing situation. Before they were really acquainted, she began talking about love and romance. Cecil and Uncle Thomas got her out before she did too much damage. Now Uncle Thomas and Aunt Bess are alone in the living room. Cecil and Sally are in the hall, just outside the door, and anything is liable to happen. Here we go..." Closing announcement: "And what a mess if those two women ever get together..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100210. Cecil and Sally. May 9, 1931. Program #420. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally settle Uncle Thomas and Aunt Bess in the living room and listened in the hall outside the door to the budding romance. Things were going very well what with the lovers' delight incense which Sally lighted, when the widow Mason arrived. The widow is very sweet on Uncle Thomas and must be kept out of the room. As the scene opens she is standing at the door talking to Cecil and Sally and they're thinking very fast for an excuse to keep her out. Here we go..." Closing announcement: "Yes, Aunt Bess; to find you here of all places. The widow Mason will now go into action..." The body of the shpow only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105521. Cecil and Sally. May 12, 1931. Program #422. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When the Widow Mason walked into the sitting room and surprised Cecil's Aunt Bess and Sally's Uncle Thomas together, everybody else was surprised too, because it developed on the spot that the two women had known each other for years. The widow immediately employed strategic tactics to hold her place in Mr. Smith's affections. Cecil and Sally started a counterattack and Mr. Smith became so uncomfortable that he sent the two youngsters to a movie. We find them now an hour later, parked in Cecil's car in front of the house. Here we go..." Closing announcement: "And a little bird seems to tell us that something is going to happen pretty quick..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105522. Cecil and Sally. May 13, 1931. Program #423. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Instead of going to a movie, Cecil and Sally sat in the car out in front of the house, while Uncle Thomas fidgeted and squirmed between Cecil's Aunt Bess and the Widow Mason. Too intent on the march of events inside the house, they stayed there until it was time to go back in. As the scene opens, Cecil and Sally have entered the living room where the three older persons are sitting. Here we go..." Closing announcement: "Nice person, that Widown Mason; very nice person...." The body of the show only John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105523. Cecil and Sally. May 14, 1931. Program #424. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Is there a romance between Aunt Bess and Uncle Thomas? Aunt Bess says, "I like him." The body of the show only John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105524. Cecil and Sally. May 15, 1931. Program #425. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Uncle Thomas has been told that Aunt Bess likes him. Well, it was slightly more elaborate than that. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105529. Cecil and Sally. May 16, 1931. Program #426. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Love makes the world go round? Sally's knowledge of astrophysics falls short. It's springtime and the birds are singing! The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105530. Cecil and Sally. May 18, 1931. Program #427. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally has felt so romantic over the way her Uncle Thomas and Cecil's Aunt Bess are getting along together that she became poetical. With Cecil's help she composes some verses supposed to be written by Uncle Thomas to Aunt Bess. Rhyming the last line was a bit difficult and they left the unfinished work on the desk in the living room. That was just a few moments ago and they are talking together as the scene opens. Here we go..." Closing announcement: "That's one poem the gushing widow probably will not like." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105531. Cecil and Sally. May 19, 1931. Program #428. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The Widow Mason called to leave a message for Uncle Thomas while Cecil and Sally were composing a poem, all finished but the last line, and they had left it on the desk, where the widow sat down to write a little note. After she was gone, Cecil and Sally disocovered that the note was gone too. The scene now is on the following night, with Sally busily planning action to get even with the Widow Mason. Here we go..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

93458. Cecil and Sally. May 20, 1931. Program #429. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally discovered that the widow Mason was getting Sybil, that girl next door, to gather information about the activities of Uncle Thomas, and immediately decided that this game would work both ways. She sent Cecil over to talk to Sybil and find out what could be done about Mrs. Mason. This was some little time ago, but Cecil has finally returned. As the scene opens Sally is ready to take him to task for staying so long. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Golly, Cecil and Sally have quarreled and parted without making up. What can it mean?" Sally and Sybil aren't speaking. Sybil told Cecil that he has a strong chin. They have a fight. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:55. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

93459. Cecil and Sally. May 21, 1931. Program #430. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "When Sally found out that Mrs. Mason was using Sybil, that girl next door, to spy on Uncle Thomas, she decided it would work both ways and sent Cecil over to find out what he could from Mrs. Mason. But Cecil enjoyed himself; ate Sybil's candy, talked about everything and everybody but Mrs. Mason and stayed much too long. When he came back he and Sally quarreled and parted without making up. Now, on the next night night, Sally has planned her revenge and is ready to take it. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Sally, Sally, you might get away with this, but we don't think so..." Cecil and Sally have had a fight. Cecil comes for a visit and they make up...until the doorbell rings. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:29. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

93460. Cecil and Sally. May 22, 1931. Program #431. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Opening announcement: "When Cecil and Sally quarreled and parted without making up, Sally thought the best thing to do was to phone her other beau, Alexander. Then Cecil came back, and after trying to bluff Sally for a while, unsuccessfully, he broke down and apologized. At this point Alexander rang the door bell and Sally told Cecil not to answer as it was probably the widow Mason. The scene now is the same, with Alexander outside and Sally holding the fort. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Nobody but Sally would ever attempt to explain a situation like that." That doorbell keeps ringing. Sally tries to keep Cecil from finding out that it's Alexander. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:45. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

93461. Cecil and Sally. May 23, 1931. Program #432. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Cecil and Sally were mad at each other Sally called up her other boy friend, Alexander. While he was on the way over, Cecil arrived, apologized, and he and Sally made up. Then Sally told Cecil it was Mrs. Mason at the door, and later pretended it was Mrs. Mason on the telephone. But while she was talking to the supposed Mrs. Mason, Cecil answered the door again and found Mrs. Mason there. We join them now at the point where Sally is offering an explanation and Cecil's waiting for it. Here we go." Closing announcement: "And now that it's all over we think Sally, as usual, got the best of the battle." Mrs. Mason was in two places at the same time. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:29. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

100211. Cecil and Sally. May 25, 1931. Program #433. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally thought they had a romance nicely started between Sally's Uncle Thomas and Cecil's Aunt Bess. But for some reason or other, after the introductions and first few meetings, the affair is languishing, and the Widow Mason has renewed her campaign to win the affections of Uncle Thomas. As the scene opens tonight, Cecil and Sally are discussing the situation. Here we go." Closing announcement: "It looks like a good time for Uncle Thomas to stay out of sight. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100212. Cecil and Sally. May 26, 1931. Program #434. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The Widow Mason tried to get in touch with Uncle Thomas for some time, by telephone. Cecil and Sally being right on the job, she didn't have much luck. But finally the Widow came over in person and said she must see Mr. Smith because her rent was overdue and she wanted his advice. The scene opens just after she told Cecil and Sally the purpose of her errand, and here we go." Closing announcement: "Well, we can't really blame Cecil and Sally. What a woman." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100213. Cecil and Sally. May 27, 1931. Program #435. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The Widow Mason's rent was overdue and she asked Uncle Thomas whether he thought she ought to pawn some jewelry for just a few days to raise the money until her insurance check arrived. Good-hearted Mr. Smith loaned her the money and Cecil and Sally are thoroughly disgusted. As the scene on the following night opens they are more determined than ever to prove to Sally's uncle what kind of woman Mrs. Mason really is. Here we go." Closing announcement: "A cousin from Mexico. Well, maybe yes, but then maybe no." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100214. Cecil and Sally. May 28, 1931. Program #436. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally were plotting against the Widow Mason across the street and watching her house when they saw a strange man drive up with a large bunch of flowers. He went in and a few minutes later the Widow telephoned a message, asking Mr. Smith not to call on her that evening as her cousin from Mexico had just arrived. As the scene opens just a few minutes later, Cecil and Sally are all agog in spite of the fact that the stranger is the widow's cousin. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Maybe it's just as well that Uncle Thomas caught them. You can't monkey too much with a man from Mexico." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100215. Cecil and Sally. June 7, 1931. Program #445. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil accidentally shoots Uncle Thomas' bust of Abrham Lincoln. The final 4:31 of the program only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 4:31. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

100216. Cecil and Sally. June 9, 1931. Program #446. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "To protect Uncle Thomas Sally found a revolver and gave it to Cecil so he could practice marksmanship. The gun went off accidentally and shot the nose off a statue of Lincoln Uncle Thomas was going to present to his club. Of course he was pretty mad, but Sally saved the situation by saying Cecil did it only to protect him. We join them now right in the middle of the scene with quite a lot of explaining still to be done. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Poor Cecil and Sally; no matter how hard they try, they can't get ahead of the Widow Mason." The final 3:55 of the program only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 3:55. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

100217. Cecil and Sally. June 10, 1931. Program #447. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally are in a good bit of trouble. Getting ready to protect Uncle Thomas from the Widow Mason's suitor, who said he would shoot any man who even thought of marrying her, Cecil accidentally shot the nose off the statue of Lincoln Uncle Thomas intended to present to his club. And when they explained how the accident happened, Uncle Thomas said he knew all about the stranger across the street. Now we join them on the following night after Uncle Thomas has issued some forceful orders. Here we go." Closing announcement: "You probably couldn't tell that the statue had ever been broken." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100218. Cecil and Sally. June 11, 1931. Program #448. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "After Cecil and Sally broke the statue of Lincoln which Uncle Thomas was to present to his club, Sally was ordered to have it fixed. She forgot to attend to the matter and Cecil fixed the nose with melted wax. You could hardly tell it had ever been broken and Uncle Thomas took it to the club. But today he hasn't been himself and Sally is wondering why he is so grouchy. Here we go." Closing announcement: "What a luck break for Uncle Thomas and also for Cecil and Sally." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100219. Cecil and Sally. June 12, 1931. Program #449. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Butch Williams, the man who is visiting the Widow Mason, is still the chief concern of Cecil and Sally. Butch finally confesses that he intends to marry the widow and also that he will shoot any other man who has the same idea. Sally fears for her Uncle's safety because Mr. Smith has paid so much attention to Mrs. Mason. As the scene opens now she and Cecil are discussing the probability of a mjor catastrophe. Here we go." Closing announcement: "If Butch Williams meant what he said, a blockade won't do much good." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100220. Cecil and Sally. June 13, 1931. Program #450. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Just as Cecil and Sally were discussing what might happen if Butch Williams ever found out that Uncle Thomas is not a relative of the Widow Mason, Sybil, the girl next door, telephoned to say that she had told Mr. Williams that Mr. Smith had paid the widow's rent. Expecting Butch to come thundering in, gun in hand, any minute, they immediately began barricading the door against his attack. As the scene opens they are still at the job. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Uncle Thomas will probably enjoy having Cecil and Sally chase away a hundred dollars right at the door." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100221. Cecil and Sally. June 15, 1931. Program #451. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally decided some time ago that the best way to break up the affair between Uncle Thomas and the widow is to get Mr. Smith interested in Cecil's aunt. And now that the widow has a suitor who shoots his rivals, Sally has decided it's about time to start things again between Uncle Thomas and Aunt Bess. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Lucky it's Aunt Bess instead of the widow who has to keep a secret." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:45. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

100222. Cecil and Sally. June 16, 1931. Program #452. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally decided it was about time to get her uncle and Cecil's aunt together again so she called Miss Shortridge and told her that Mr. Smith wanted to take her to the theatre. Aunt Bess replied that Uncle Thomas happened to be right there at the time, so Sally had to take it all back and make Miss Shortridge promise not to say anything. And now as Cecil arrives to call on Sally on another night, she has some more news for him. Here we go." Closing announcement: "That little slap was probably just Sally's way of expressing herself. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100223. Cecil and Sally. June 17, 1931. Program #453. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally got very romantic when she discovered that her Uncle Thomas was out with Cecil's Aunt Bess again. She got so romantic that she hinted to Cecil that he might kiss her. Cecil did and got slapped. Now Sally has a new idea to help along the affair between her uncle and Aunt Bess and we'll soon see how well it works. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Competition doesn't make that widow fold up her tent and sneak away." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100224. Cecil and Sally. June 18, 1931. Program #454. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally thought it wise to let the Widow Mason know how much her uncle was going around with Cecil's aunt. She told Sybil, Sybil told the widow, and the widow, who knows all about competition from past experience, got busy right away to win back any ground that she had lost. But Aunt Bess has a good head start by this time, and as we join Cecil and Sally now, they are throwing more fuel on the fire. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Cecil, Cecil; discretion is the better part of valor, and you have a problem on your hands now." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100225. Cecil and Sally. June 19, 1931. Program #455. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When the Widow Mason found out that Sally's Uncle Thomas was spending a few evenings with Cecil's aunt, she came over to verify the information. Cecil and Sally denied it, and then the widow said the he might of course be showing Miss Shortridge around a bit just out of sympathy because she didn't get much attention. Cecil immediately flared out in defense of his aunt and told Mrs. Mason the truth. Mrs. Mason decided to wait for Uncle Thomas and as the scene opens now, she and Cecil and Sally are talking together. Here we go..." Closing announcement: "What a smart girl little Sally can be when she tries." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100226. Cecil and Sally. June 20, 1931. Program #456. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil got mad and told Mrs. Mason how much his aunt and Sally's Uncle Thomas had been together lately. The widow decided to find out the truth from Mr. Smith, but her friend Butch Williams came after her. The widow didn't want Butch to meet Uncle Thomas, but Sally did. Then Cecil found out that Butch was carrying a gun, and Sally was quite willing to have him go on home. As the scene opens now, Sally has been talking to her uncle who said something that pleased her very much. Here we go..." Closing announcement: "Sally will probably start knitting Uncle Thomas a nice rope for his neck." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100227. Cecil and Sally. June 22, 1931. Program #457. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil's Aunt Bess is having a birthday. Cecil and Sally have given the matter a lot of careful attention, with such good results that even Uncle Thomas has joined in the preparations. As the scene opens, the birthday gifts are all ready to be delivered and Uncle Thomas is going to take them over himeself. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Poor Uncle Thomas; he doesn't act like a sucker all the time. It sounds more like some of the things that Sally does." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100228. Cecil and Sally. June 23, 1931. Program #458. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally's Uncle Thomas was ready to leave the house, loaded down with birthday presents for Cecil's aunt. But just then the Widow Mason telephoned and asked Mr. Smith to drop in a minute. He did, with the presents. But sad to relate, it happened to be the eve of the widow's birthday too, and she thought all the packages were for her. Poor Uncle Thomas never said a word, but promised Cecil and Sally he would buy some more things for Aunt Bess. As the scene opens Sally has decided it's time to take drastic action about that widow. Here we go." Closing announcement: "What a sweet little job for Cecil." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100229. Cecil and Sally. June 24, 1931. Program #459. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally has decided it's about time for Uncle Thomas to forget the Widow Mason and devote all his attentions to Cecil's aunt, but since Uncle Thomas is a little bit slow about things, she thought Cecil ought to persude Aunt Bess to propose to Mr. Smith. Cecil was naturally reluctant about such a job, but Sally had her own way. As the scene opens Cecil and his aunt are together and Cecil is gradually working around to the point. Here we go." Closing announcement: "What a secret for Cecil to keep away from Sally, and will he be able to do it?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100230. Cecil and Sally. June 25, 1931. Program #460. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "In order to block the Widow Mason for all time, Sally persuaded Cecil to coax his aunt into proposing to Uncle Thomas. Cecil led up to the subject in a roundabout way. Then Aunt Bess told him that Uncle Thomas had already proposed but that she had asked for a few months to think it over. And Aunt Bess made Cecil promise to keep it a secret. Now we join them at Sally's house the next night, with Cecil still trying. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Cecil certainly put that secret right in the best place to keep it. Oh, yeah." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100231. Cecil and Sally. June 26, 1931. Program #461. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Thus far Sally hasn't done any damage with the secret Cecil was supposed to keep for his aunt and entrusted to her. The secret is that Uncle Thomas proposed to Aunt Bess. Sally has only doubled her efforts to get rid of the Widow Mason for good and for all time. As the scene opens she is imparting a brand new plan to Cecil. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Something seems to say that little Sally is getting ready to take a nice long run and great big jump right into a big pond chuck full for trouble." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100232. Cecil and Sally. June 27, 1931. Program #462. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally has decided that the best way to get rid of the Widow Mason is to give her most ardent suitor, Butch Williams, some lessons in making love. Through the girl next door, she got Butch's telephone number, and the last we heard, she was all ready to phone him. Now Cecil has just arrived at Sally's house to get a report of her progress. Here we go." Closing announcement: "A motion picture of Butch following Sally's instructions would be a wonderful thing." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100233. Cecil and Sally. June 29, 1931. Program #463. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100234. Cecil and Sally. June 30, 1931. Program #464. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally gives Butch Williams instructions on how to make love to the Widow Mason. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100235. Cecil and Sally. July 1, 1931. Program #465. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Butch Williams followed Sally's instructions and tried to make love to the Widow Mason, she gave him a nice black eye. Shortly after that the widow, excited and out of breath, arrived and asked for Mr. Smith. Cecil and Sally got out of sight and the widow was just on the point of telling Uncle Thomas that it was he she loved and not Butch Williams, when Cecil and Sally returned and saved the situation. Now Cecil and Sally are talking it over-here we go." Closing announcement: "Wait until Uncle Thomas hears about this." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100236. Cecil and Sally. July 2, 1931. Program #466. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally discovered that her Uncle Thomas was trying to sell some property for twenty thousand dollars. While she and Cecil were at home alone, the prospective buyer telephoned for some information, and Sally, with her usual aptitude for getting things almost right, told the man that he uncle wouldn't consider less than forty thousand dollars. The scene now is at the music store where they work and Cecil and Sally are talking things over. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Just one of those people who never forget a face or a name-that's Sally." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100237. Cecil and Sally. July 3, 1931. Program #467. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Mr. Baudine, who is thinking of buying some property from Sally's Uncle Thomas, dropped in at the music store and left a message with Sally. Sally's wonderful memory was functioning perfectly and when her uncle returned, the name of the man had passed through a series of evolutions and became Taylor. Consequently the situation just at present includes Uncle Thomas in a very bad humor. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Sometimes little Sally and her funny ways are just too wonderful for words and this is one of those times." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100238. Cecil and Sally. July 4, 1931. Program #468. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Uncle Thomas was trying to sell some property to a man for twenty thousand dollars. Sally got mixed up and told the man her uncle wouldn't take less than forty thousand for it. Uncle Thomas was pretty mad until the telephone rang and the buyer offered him thirty thousand. Cecil and Sally each got five dollars for their usefulness and as the scene opens they are about to decide on how to spend it. Here we go." Closing announcement: "And they could have gone to both places while they were arguing." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100239. Cecil and Sally. July 6, 1931. Program #469. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally was never much good at remembering figures and names and when her Uncle Thomas was about to sell some property, Sally got mixed up as usual. The result was that Uncle Thomas got thirty thousand dollars instead of twenty-thousand for the sale. The scene opens now at the Smith home as Sally is telling Cecil all about the money her uncle has made. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Yes indeed; as flies flock to honey, the Widow Mason follows money." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100240. Cecil and Sally. July 7, 1931. Program #470. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally was so tickled about her uncle making thirty thousand dollars that she felt inclined to brag a little bit. She told Sybil, that girl next door, all about it. Sybil immediately told the Widow Mason, and the widow has renewed her seige on Uncle Thomas. Sally realizes that she has made a serious mistake and as the scene opens she is coaching Cecil on some defensive tactics. Here we go." Closing announcement: "One thing is certain. The widow is going to get big interest on that one hundred smackers." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100241. Cecil and Sally. July 8, 1931. Program #471. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "As soon as the Widow Mason found out that Sally's Uncle Thomas made $30,000 on a real estate deal she came over to establish pleasant relations. She was so nice that she even kissed Cecil and Sally, and finally she gave Mr. Smith a hundred dollars and asked him to invest it for her with his money. But Cecil and Sally have other plans for Mr. Smith's investment and as the scene opens they are discussing ways and means. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Cecil and Sally versus the widow with Uncle Thomas in between. Who will win?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100242. Cecil and Sally. July 9, 1931. Program #472. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Uncle Thomas has some money to invest. The Widow Mason wants him to buy the house she lives in. Cecil and Sally want him to buy the place in which Cecil and his aunt live. By telling the owner that a slaughter house was to be built across the street, Cecil has brought the price down considerably, and as we join Cecil and Sally now they are waiting for Mr. Smith to arrive. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Cecil's idea about the slaughter house worked just swell, didn't it?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100243. Cecil and Sally. July 10, 1931. Program #473. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally wanted Uncle Thomas to buy the house Cecil lives in with his aunt. To get the price down, Cecil told the owner that a slaughter house was to be built across the street. The next day Mr. Smith bought the Widow Mason's house from Sybil's father and explained to Cecil and Sally that he would have bought the other place but he heard a slaughter house was to be built across the street. Since it was their own fault, the scene opens now on the next night with the two youngsters discussing their bad luck. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Wouldn't you like to see Sally's face about this time?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100244. Cecil and Sally. July 11, 1931. Program #474. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sybil, that girl next door, got even with Sally for the bragging about all the money Uncle Thomas recently made. Uncle Thomas bought the Widow Mason's house from Sybil's father and Sybil immediately began to gloat over all the fine things she was going to buy. When we left them in their last broadcast, Sally was mad as a hornet. And now we find her plotting revenge. Here we go." Closing announcement: "There's no doubt about it, Sally scored on Sybil that time." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100245. Cecil and Sally. July 13, 1931. Program #475. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Sally's Uncle Thomas recently made $30,000 on a real estate deal, the Widow Mason found it out and was all agog. She came right over to congratulate Mr. Smith and insisted that he invest one hundred dollars for her, since he had proved himself such a shrewd financial wizard. Uncle Thomas reluctantly took the money. Later he decided to buy the house in which the Widow Mason lives. Since then there has been some strange activity over there and as the scene opens, Cecil and Sally are watching. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Score number one against the widow in favor of Cecil and Sally. What a partner Uncle Thomas has." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100246. Cecil and Sally. July 14, 1931. Program #476. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The Widow Mason isn't so strong with Uncle Thomas any more. She asked him to invest a hundred dollars for her. Later, Mr. Smith [should read: the Widow Mason] decided to have the house done over and Uncle Thomas didn't know about it until he received some of the bills. The scene opens early on a pleasant Sunday morning with Cecil and Sally getting ready to spend the day together. Here we go." Closing announcement: "One thing is certain; that widow woman will never starve to death. What a woman." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100247. Cecil and Sally. July 15, 1931. Program #477. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The Widow Mason gave Sally's uncle one hundred dollars to invest for her. The widow then learned that Mr. Smith had invested his own money by buying the house in which she lives. This seems to give her an interest in the place so she ordered a lot of repairs. Then on Sunday morning she came over and asked Uncle Thomas for a hundred and fifty dollars on her investment, and by weeping copious tears she broke down his resistance and got the money. Cecil and Sally are pretty mad about the whole deal, and as we join them Sally is planning to put a stop to such goings on. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Mason and Smith, partners in real estate. We don't blame Sally a bit." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100248. Cecil and Sally. July 16, 1931. Program #478. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The Widow Mason has been causing so much trouble in the neighborhood since she asked Uncle Thomas to invest one hundred dollars for her that Cecil and Sally have decided to scare her away by writing poison pen letters. Just as they had the first one written, the widow called and said that since she and Uncle Thomas were partners and Mr. Smith owns the house in which she lives, she saw no reason why she should pay rent. Sally immediately told Cecil to deliver the first threat letter on his way home. Now it's the next night and they are waiting for developments. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Pretty smart girl, Sally. She got [out] of that tight place nicely." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:29. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

100249. Cecil and Sally. July 17, 1931. Program #479. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When the Widow Mason received the threatening letter which Cecil and Sally wrote, she brought it over to show Sally's uncle right away. Cecil and Sally were engaged at the time in writing a second one. Uncle Thomas dodged the widow's request for twenty thousand dollars to save her life, but almost found the second note. The scene opens now on the following night and Sally is still engrossed in her plan to get rid of Mrs. Mason. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Personally, we don't think the widow is going to be scared away so easily." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

101342. Cecil and Sally. July 18, 1931. Program #480. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is going to take the threatening letter to Mrs. Mason's house now. Sally gets a phone call from both Alexander and Sybil. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105532. Cecil and Sally. July 20, 1931. Program #481. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Mrs. Mason has gotten more death threats and wants to visit with Uncle Thomas. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 6:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105533. Cecil and Sally. July 21, 1931. Program #482. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Mrs. Mason has gone onto the front porch with Uncle Thomas; Cecil and Sally were hiding behind the davenport. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105534. Cecil and Sally. July 22, 1931. Program #483. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally decides not to send Mrs. Mason any more death threats. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105535. Cecil and Sally. July 23, 1931. Program #484. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Mrs. Mason comes for another visit with Uncle Thomas. She means to encourage Mr. Williams to return to Mexico. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105536. Cecil and Sally. July 24, 1931. Program #485. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Mrs. Mason plans to get Uncle Thomas involved in a gold mine. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 3:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

105543. Cecil and Sally. July 25, 1931. Program #486. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally tries her hand at fortune telling; but first a bitter cip of tea for Cecil. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 4:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

105544. Cecil and Sally. July 29, 1931. Program #489. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Uncle Thomas and Butch Williams have become friends. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105545. Cecil and Sally. July 30, 1931. Program #490. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is digging up Mrs. Mason's flowerbed. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105546. Cecil and Sally. July 31, 1931. Program #491. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has the last piece of chocolate cake. Mrs. Mason works Cecil right through dinner time. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105547. Cecil and Sally. August 1, 1931. Program #492. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally's been reading a detective magazine. Mrs. Mason's polly parrot won't talk. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105548. Cecil and Sally. August 3, 1931. Program #493. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally has "borrowed" Mrs. Mason's polly parrot. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105549. Cecil and Sally. August 4, 1931. Program #494. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. It appears that Uncle Thomas is going to finance Butch Williams' gold mine. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105550. Cecil and Sally. August 5, 1931. Program #495. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally has been crying. Uncle Thomas bawled Sally out, for no reason at all. Well, maybe he does have a reason...or two. The body of the show only. What appears to be episode #495 1/2 follows. It runs 3:37. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105551. Cecil and Sally. August 6, 1931. Program #496. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Uncle Thomas has the $2000 to give to Butch Williams. He has the money in a little black satchel. Sally pretends to be sick; Mrs. Mason come to the house with terrible news. Her parrot Napoleon has died, Uncle Thomas comforts her by saying he'll have the bird stuffed. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105552. Cecil and Sally. August 7, 1931. Program #497. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Many things are on the verge of happening with Cecil and Sally right now. The widow's parrot died, due to an overdose of a certain medicine that young children dislike. At the same time Sally's uncle has decided to lend the widow's friend, Butch Williams, two thousand dollars to develop his gold mine in Mexico. Cecil and Sally don't want Butch to go away and leave the widow alone to persue Uncle Thomas and are trying to thwart the plan. As the scene opens Butch Williams is expected at any minute. Here we go..." Closing announcement: "Somebody is due for a big, big disappointment..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105553. Cecil and Sally. August 8, 1931. Program #498. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally are sure they have saved Uncle Thomas two thousand dollars he promised the Widow Mason he would lend Butch Williams. Uncle Thomas brought the money home in a little black satchel. On the same night the widow's parrot died suddenly. Mr. Smith promised to take it to a taxidermist to have it stuffed. Butch Williams brought it over in another black satchel. He and Uncle Thomas then left the house and took one black satchel along. Cecil and Sally found the other afterwards and think it contains the money. As the scene opens they are looking for a place to hide it. Here we go..." Closing announcement: "Yes, after all that, it would be much better to dig a nice hole..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105554. Cecil and Sally. August 10, 1931. Program #499. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Uncle Thomas brought home the two thousand dollars he was going to lend Butch Williams in a little black satchel. In another black satchel Butch brought over the body of the Widow Mason's parrot which had died suddenly and which Mr. Smith promised to have stuffed. Cecil and Sally were trying to keep Uncle Thomas from lending the money and found one black satchel. Just which one isn't clear, but they think they have the money. After trying to find a good hiding place in the house they decided to go outdoors and bury the bag, and as the scene opens we find the two of them looking for a suitable spot. Here we go..." Closing announcement: "Poor Napoleon; after all, he didn't die in vain..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105555. Cecil and Sally. August 11, 1931. Program #500. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Cecil and Sally were looking for a place to hide the black satchel containing $2000 they went too far from home. A strange man took the bag away from Cecil, cut it open and found--the Widow Mason's dead parrot. Butch and Uncle Thomas had taken the right bag and left the other so that Mr. Smith could have the dead bird stuffed for the Widow Mason. So Cecil and Sally were disappointed, but not quite as much as the thief. As we join them the two youngsters are thinking it over. Here we go..." Closing announcement: "And now Sally will have to worry about what it was she forgot she was worrying about..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100250. Cecil and Sally. August 12, 1931. Program #501. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Now that Butch Williams has left town on his way back to Mexico to develop his gold mine, with capital loaned by Uncle Thomas, the Widow Mason is free to pursue the real object of her affections, Uncle Thomas himself. Sally is afraid the widow will catch her uncle and to her it's a serious condition. As the scene opens she is sitting at home alone, waiting for Cecil. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Well, Uncle Thomas, we told you so, you can't say that Sally hasn't done her best." The body of the show only. "Cecil" does not appear on this program. John Patrick (writer), Helen Troy. 8:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100251. Cecil and Sally. August 13, 1931. Program #502. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Last night Cecil had to stay home and help his aunt so Sally decided to have a nice heart to heart talk with her Uncle Thomas. The conversation was about matrimony. Uncle Thomas listened patiently until Sally developed her theme, but when he discovered that she was talking about the Widow Mason, the talk ended very suddenly. Now Sally has decided to go one step further. She is going to have another talk, this time with the widow, and as the scene opens Sally is knocking on the widow's door. Here we go." Closing announcement: "No, indeed, Sally won't tell a soul; not until she sees Cecil, anyway." The body of the show only. "Cecil" does not appear on this program. John Patrick (writer), Helen Troy. 8:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100252. Cecil and Sally. August 14, 1931. Program #503. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally went over to see the Widow Mason. The idea was to tell the widow things that would make her stop wanting to marry Sally's uncle. Sally said that her uncle had rheumatism and fits and wasn't fit to marry anybody. The widow didn't believe and started to telephone Mr. Smith. Sally broke down and said it was a joke and the widow was very, very mad. She was so mad that before she thought what she was saying, she told Sally her age and that she had a daughter. Then seeing her mistake she pledged Sally not to tell a soul. As the scene opens now Sally is waiting for Cecil to arrive so she can tell her secret. Here we go." Closing announcement: "If anybody was eavesdropping, it must have been the Widow Mason." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:12. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

100253. Cecil and Sally. August 15, 1931. Program #504. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally decided it would be a good idea to have Cecil's aunt invite Uncle Thomas to dinner. It would keep him away from the Widow Mason. Aunt Bess unsuspectingly agreed to do it and said she would telephone Mr. Smith right away. When the telephone rang Uncle Thomas answered. They heard him say he would be glad to come to dinner the next night, but it was the Widow Mason who had telephoned instead of Cecil's aunt. The scene opens on the following night. Uncle Thomas has gone across to the widow's house and Cecil and Sally are pretty mad. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Well, if Sally just imagined that dinner, Cecil can keep still and just imagine that he ate it." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100254. Cecil and Sally. August 17, 1931. Program #505. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Just when Cecil and Sally had perfected their plan to have Cecil's aunt invite Sally's uncle over for dinner, the Widow Mason stepped in with an invitation and upset their apple cart. So Uncle Thomas went to the widow's for dinner and as the scene opens now on the following night things are not so good in the Smith household. Uncle Thomas ate something that didn't agree with him and he is very, very sick. Cecil is just arriving to hear the news. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Yes, indeed; the Widow Mason can certainly take a hint." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100255. Cecil and Sally. August 18, 1931. Program #506. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Uncle Thomas went over to the Widow Mason's for dinner. He had some nice clam chowder she had cooked for him and the next morning was deathly sick. Of course the widow didn't know it was the chowder that did the trick, so she brought him a nice bowl of the very same to make him well again. And Uncle Thomas ran her out of the house, to the great delight of Cecil and Sally. Now Cecil's Aunt Bess has arrived to take care of the patient and things are going better. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Wasn't Cecil a great help?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100256. Cecil and Sally. August 19, 1931. Program #507. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "After Uncle Thomas chased the Widow Mason out of the house because she offered him some more of the same clam chowder that had made him so sick, Cecil's Aunt Bess came over to take charge of the patient. Aunt Bess proved herself a good nurse; so good that Uncle Thomas might have proposed to her if Cecil had not interrupted them so many times. In the meantime the widow has kept silence and as the same scene opens on the third night of Mr. Smith's illness, Cecil and Sally are discussing it. Here we go." Closing announcement: "And we can safely bet that the Widow Mason has said plenty." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100257. Cecil and Sally. August 20, 1931. Program #508. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Last night the Widow Mason telephoned and told Sally to tell her uncle that she, the widow had been crying for three and a half days ever since Uncle Thomas chased her out of the house when she offered him more of the same clam chowder that had made him so sick. This news made no impression, even on Mr. Smith. Later the widow telephoned again and said she was going away. Cecil and Sally think she is bluffing, but since then much more has happened, and Sally is waiting to tell Cecill about it. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Doesn't it look like the start of a real nice neighborhood mess?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100258. Cecil and Sally. August 21, 1931. Program #509. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When the Widow Mason went away suddenly Cecil and Sally immediately went into action. Without telling any of the people concerned, they were going to move Cecil's aunt into the empty house across the street. But Sybil, the girl next door, who knows everything about the neighborhood, told them the widow had other plans concerning the house. As a result Cecil and Sally are pretty much up in the air, and to make matters worse, Uncle Thomas has just returned home with a mysterious look on his face. Sally is worried as she waits to tell Cecil all about it. Here we go." Closing announcement: "If everything moved as fast as Sally's mind, wouldn't the depression be over in a hurry?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100259. Cecil and Sally. August 22, 1931. Program #510. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Since the Widow Mason moved out of the neighborhood very suddenly, affairs have been almost too tranquil for Cecil and Sally. Uncle Thomas is still paying a good deal of attention to Aunt Bess which pleases Cecil and Sally, but since they have no neighborhood battle on their hands, all of their attentions are devoted to each other. As we join them now the two youngsters are enjoying a bit of intimate conversation. Here we go." Closing announcement: "We guess Cecil handled that situation pretty well, didn't he?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100260. Cecil and Sally. August 24, 1931. Program #511. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Just when Cecil and Sally were feeling happy and comfortable because the Widow Mason went away, Sally's other boy friend, Alexander, suddenly put in an appearance. He and Cecil got along like two strange bulldogs. To make matters worse Alexander has a new sport roadster and a fraternity pin. He offered to take Sally out riding and Cecil could go along, too, in the rumble seat. As a result when we join Cecil and Sally now, Cecil isn't feeling very happy. Here we go." Closing announcement: "And is Cecil red in the face? We'll bet he is." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100261. Cecil and Sally. August 25, 1931. Program #512. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Cecil came over to Sally's house last night he had blood in his eye. Sally's other boy friend, Alexander, had appeared suddenly, with a new fraternity pin and a brand new roadster. And when Sally accepted an invitation over the telephone Cecil was fit to tie, until Sally told him it was her Sunday School teacher Just now, Cecil is arriving in an unusually good homor for a minute, and Sally, looking her very best, is waiting for him. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Cecil, did you really have a bright idea, or just a large appetite?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100262. Cecil and Sally. August 26, 1931. Program #513. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Alexander, Sally's other boy friend, sent her some flowers and a fine box of candy. Cecil was pretty disgusted about it until Sally opened the candy and began to eat it with much enjoyment. Then Cecil's appetite capitulated and he decided it would be a better way to get even with Alexander if he ate a lot of the candy. In the meantime Sally has been thinking things over and as Cecil arrives she is in a very sad state of mind. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Wouldn't you like to see the expression of Uncle Thomas' face?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100263. Cecil and Sally. August 27, 1931. Program #514. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Last night the Pioneer Club elected officers. Sally's Uncle Thomas was running for president. Sally took it all very seriously and was afraid that some of her recent bad deeds like stealing the Widow Mason's parrot, might interfere with the election. So she confessed and asked to be punished. But Uncle Thomas refused to take the matter seriously and went on to the election. Now, as Cecil arrives, he finds a very different Sally waiting for him. Here we go." Closing announcement: "What an effective cure to a nice dose of high hat fever." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100264. Cecil and Sally. August 28, 1931. Program #515. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Sally's Uncle Thomas was elected president of the Pioneer Club, Sally immediately began to live up to her new social position. She got very high hat, talked broad "A's" and changed her name from Smith to Smythe. Cecil was pretty disgusted, but when Sally answered the phone in her new manner and it was Uncle Thomas on the other end, she changed her voice very abruptly. As we join them now, Sally is denying and Cecil is rubbing it in just a bit. Here we go." Closing announcement: "This sounds like big news for the president of the Pioneer Club." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100265. Cecil and Sally. August 29, 1931. Program #516. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally's excitement over Uncle Thomas being elected president of the Pioneer Club didn't last very long. Right in the midst of it a lawyer telephoned that he wanted to see Mr. Smith. It had something to do with the Widow Mason. Sally took it to mean that her uncle would be arrested and there was lots of woe and wailing. Sally called the club and told them to warn Mr. Smith. Since then the real truth has come out and Cecil has arrived to find out all about it. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Yes, Sally liked that, but we'll wait and see the sister first before any decisions are made." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

93462. Cecil and Sally. August 31, 1931. Program #517. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Now that the widow Mason is gone, Cecil and Sally are feeling pretty happy, but there is still one fly in the ointment. The fly is Alexander, Sally's other boy friend, and lately he has been bothering Cecil quite a bit. Not that Cecil would admit to being jealous, but Alexander is a nuisance. As the scene opens now Cecil and Sally are alone and Sally is concerned with getting a moth off the living room ceiling. Here we go." Closing announcement: "What a sweet revenge for Cecil." Alexander and Cecil have a chat on the phone, while Sally is on a ladder. The second part of the program only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

93463. Cecil and Sally. September 1, 1931. Program #518. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally wanted to get a moth off the living room ceiling. So she got a very tall ladder and asked Cecil to hold it while she crawled up on top. When she was perched there the telephone rang and Cecil answered. It was Alexander, Sally's other boy friend and Cecil took sweet revenge. When Sally tried to come down Cecil shook the ladder and he told Alexander just what he wanted to. Sally was pretty mad, but also pretty scared. As a result tonight when Cecil arrives he receives a frosty greeting. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Cecil had a swell system, but he didn't carry it out quite far enough." Sally is reading a book, with the book upside down. The second part of the program only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100266. Cecil and Sally. September 2, 1931. Program #519. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally was mad at Cecil for shaking the ladder when she was up on top. Alexander, her other boy friend, was on the telephone and Cecil kept Sally up there while he did the talking. On the next night Sally was stubborn and did everything Cecil told her not to do. Alexander telephoned and wanted to come over. Cecil said no and Sally told him to come. As the scene opens now they are waiting for Alexander to arrive." Closing announcement: "Yes, Alexander will probably go over big with Uncle Thomas." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100267. Cecil and Sally. September 3, 1931. Program #520. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Alexander was bragging to Cecil and Sally he made a mistake and said something that Cecil made Sally think was no so complimentary to Sally's Uncle Thomas. But Alexander pulled himself out of the hole by praising Mr. Smith. He said he wanted to meet him and Sally has arranged it. As the scene opens now the meeting between Alexander and Mr. Smith is about to take place. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Not very nice of Cecil, but didn't he fix things up dandy for Alexander?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100268. Cecil and Sally. September 4, 1931. Program #521. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Alexander, who is Cecil's rival for Sally's attentions, wanted to meety Sally's Uncle Thomas so he could make a good impression. Cecil was very much against the plan but couldn't stop it. But he told Mr. Smith that Alexander was hard of hearing. Then he told Alexander that that Mr. Smith was deaf. As a result they met and yelled at each other until Uncle Thomas ran out on the party. As the scene opens on the following night Sally has some news for Cecil. Mr. Smith has received two letters. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Now what do you suppose was wrong with that girl at the telegraph office? Sally made herself perfectly clear." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100269. Cecil and Sally. September 5, 1931. Program #522. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Now that Cecil and Sally have driven down to the telegraph office in Ben Hur and delivered the telegram which Sally tried to give to the girl over the telephone, they haven't anything to do for the rest of the evening. As the scene opens, they have returned home and Sally is trying to think up some entertainment. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Cecil ought to play that game with a nice big stuffed dub [?] in one hand." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100270. Cecil and Sally. September 7, 1931. Program #523. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "No sooner was the Widow Mason out of the way, leaving Cecil and Sally to pursue their peaceful way, than Sally's other admirer appeared. Alexander has proved himself quite a nuisance, and on top of this word was received from Mrs. Mason that she was sending her baby sister, Mamie, out to live in her house. As the scene opens, Cecil is arriving at Sally's house, much later than usual and Sally wants to know why. Here we go." Closing announcement: "The widow's baby sister; well, well, doesn't she sound cute?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100271. Cecil and Sally. September 8, 1931. Program #524. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally was afraid that the Widow Mason's baby sister, who was coming out to live in the house across the street, would be attractive and entice Cecil away from her. Cecil was a little bit curious too, but when the sister arrived without any warning, Sally decided immediately that she didn't need to worry. Mamie--that's the sister--has just entered the Smith house and introduced herself. Here we go." Closing announcement: "What a good time Cecil and Sally are going to have with the widow's little sister, Mamie." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100272. Cecil and Sally. September 9, 1931. Program #525. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Mamie Snodgrass, sister of the Widow Mason, arrived to live in the widow's house, she proved to be not an attractive young flapper but a very talkative, outspoken woman, proud of her past work in the cook house of lumber camps and other places. She told Cecil and Sally and Uncle Thomas enough to embarrass the widow for the rest of her natural life. In the meantime a whole day has passed and Sally is ready to report developments to Cecil. Here we go." Closing announcement: "And the chances are, Sally is in for much worse ordeals than that." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100273. Cecil and Sally. September 10, 1931. Program #526. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally is very much embarrassed over the antics of their new neighbor, Mamie Snodgrass. Mamie is an honest, outspoken person who acts like she feels and is proud of it. Wearing overalls and a cap, on backwards, Mamie washed windows on Sunday morning and hung out her washing on Sunday afternoon. The dignified neighborhood sat up and took notice. Since then Mamie has paid Uncle Thomas an important visit and Sally is waiting to tell Cecil about it. Here we go." Closing announcement: "At least you have to admire Mamie for her splendid energy. What a woman." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100274. Cecil and Sally. September 11, 1931. Program #527. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Just after Sally told Cecil about Mamie Snodgrass asking Uncle Thomas for a job at the store and how Uncle Thomas got out of the predicament, they looked out the window and saw Mamie tacking up signs on the house. Dress making, rooms for rent by day or week, gents preferred, and one or two others. Nothing like that ever happened in the neighborhood before. Uncle Thomas was taking Cecil's aunt to the theatre, but Sally telephoned him just in time. As the scene opens he has just rushed back to see what is wrong. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Uncle Thomas might have known in the beginning that Mamie would have her own sweet way." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100275. Cecil and Sally. September 12, 1931. Program #528. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Mamie Snodgrass didn't want to sit around and do nothing. First she asked Sally's Uncle Thomas for a job. When he didn't get her one, she started to make a hotel out of the house her sister rents from him. To make her take the signs down Uncle Thomas gave her a job quickly enough and she is to report at the store in a few days. In the meantime Cecil and Sally are amusing themselves as usual and Sally has been reading a romantic book. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Even if it sounded pretty bad you'd almost say that the joke was on Cecil." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100276. Cecil and Sally. September 14, 1931. Program #529. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Mamie Snodgrass, the Widow Mason's sister, is a determined woman. She lives in the house leased from Uncle Thomas by the widow and is determined to turn the house into a hotel and also to take in sewing. Cecil and Sally saw her out in the front nailing up signs. To protect the dignified neighborhood in which they live, Uncle Thomas capitulated immediately and promised to give her some work if she would take down the signs, and now he's wondering what he can do with her. As the scene opens Sally is telling Cecil about the recent developments. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Poor Sally, Wouldn't you know she'd make a serious mistake like that." The body of the show only. The cue sheet for this broadcast indicates a playback on KPFA (Helena, Montana) during May, 1932. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100277. Cecil and Sally. September 15, 1931. Program #530. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Mamie Snodgrass got chummy with the conductor on the train. Later the gentleman presented her with a pet turtle. The turtle lives on flies and Mamie, being a good housekeeper, has a scarcity of this kind of food. Cecil and Sally, to keep Mamie away from Uncle Thomas, volunteered to catch flies for the turtle. The plan worked well until Sally caught a bee by mistake and it stabbed her on the lip. As the scene opens on the following night Sally isn't in such good condition. Here we go." Closing announcement: "And if the boy hadn't spoken first Sally might have thought he was teasing her." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100278. Cecil and Sally. September 16, 1931. Program #531. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally got stung on the lip by a bee. Of course her lip swelled up to noble proportions and interfered with her talking. When Sally can't talk it's a serious situation for her. Then a delivery boy arrived with a package and the boy was slightly tongue-tied. When he talked to Sally, Sally talked right back and the boy thought she was mocking him. Now the lip is all healed, Cecil has arrived on the following night and there is some new trouble in the offering. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Something seems to say that there is going to be a lot of excitement around here before very long." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100279. Cecil and Sally. September 17, 1931. Program #532. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Alexander dropped in to take Sally for a ride in his new roadster and Cecil didn't like it so very well. Harsh words were forthcoming immediately. To make Cecil prove that he is a man, Alexander gave him a cigar and dared him to smoke it. When Cecil went to the door to let Sally's uncle in, Alexander told Sally that the cigar was loaded. And now as we join them, Alexander, Uncle Thomas, Cecil and Sally are all together. Here we go." Closing announcement: "For this one time at least Alexander got what was coming to him." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100280. Cecil and Sally. September 18, 1931. Program #533. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Alexander gave Cecil a loaded cigar. Sally's Uncle Thomas arrived home about the same time and Cecil gave him the cigar. Alexander immediately became very nervous and anxious to get away. He finally said that he wanted to walk to the drug store and get a cigar for himself. Thereupon Uncle Thomas gave him the cigar and insisted that he smoke. Alexander got the explosion and the score was even all around. In the meantime Alexander has apologized and started some more trouble which is just about to break. Here we go." Closing announcement: "In our opinion Cecil ought to be downright ashamed of himself for fooling poor Sally that way." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100281. Cecil and Sally. September 19, 1931. Program #534. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The Widow Mason's sister, Mamie Snodgrass, is determined to work. When she couldn't find a job, she decided to make a hotel out of the house in which she lives across the street from Sally. She also decided to take in sewing and nailed up some nice signs. In order to get her to take them down, Uncle Thomas finally agreed to give her a job. He's been very much worried about it ever since, and as the scene opens Cecil and Sally are discussing the matter. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Sometimes it seems as though Cecil is awfully, awfully slow." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100282. Cecil and Sally. September 21, 1931. Program #535. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Mamie Snodgrass has been pursuing Sally's Uncle Thomas for a week now to make him give her the job he promised. Uncle Thomas has been stalling. He promised her the job to keep her from turning the house across the street into a boarding place and dressmaking establishment and putting signs up out in front. Until today Mr. Smith has dodged her, but as Cecil arrives now Sally has some real news for him. Here we go." Closing announcement: "It looks like tomorrow is going to be a big day for Cecil and Sally." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100283. Cecil and Sally. September 22, 1931. Program #536. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Uncle Thomas told Cecil and Sally that he was going to play golf and that they could show Mamie Snodgrass how to do the work he had given her around the office. Mamie made him give her the job or she would have turned the house across the street into a gentleman's hotel. Mamie never worked in an office before so there will be plenty to show her. As the scene opens all three of them have arrived at the office. Here we go." Closing announcement: "It's plain to see that Mamie is going to be an office girl like Mr. Smith or anybody else has had before." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100284. Cecil and Sally. September 23, 1931. Program #537. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Mamie arrived at the music store to start working in Mr. Smith's office, she sailed right in with her usual vigor. The first thing she wanted to do was wax the floor, but Cecil and Sally explained between her speeches that she was to do office work. The scene opens on the evening of that first day and Sally is telling Cecil how queer her uncle seemed during dinner. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Now what in the world do you suppose can be wrong with Uncle Thomas?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100285. Cecil and Sally. September 24, 1931. Program #538. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally has been wondering about the strange actions of her uncle. Just a few days ago Mamie Snodgrass started to work in the office. Sally told Cecil how Mamie brought a nice warm lunch down for her and Mr. Smith to eat instead of going out and also how Mamie had cleaned up his desk, thrown all the papers away and tidied things up. The scene opens on the following night when Sally has more things to tell. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Mamie is certainly living up to expectations, and don't we want to be there when she arrives to get fired." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

93464. Cecil and Sally. September 25, 1931. Program #539. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "After Mamie Snodgrass cleaned up Uncle Thomas' desk at the office and threw all the papers away, insulted the banker over the telephone and then when the same banker arrived sat on his cane, broke it and then knocked off his glasses and broke them, Uncle Thomas decided that he would have to fire Mamie. He thought it over carefully after dinner upstairs and then told Sally to have Mamie come over and get fired. As the scene opens Mamie is about to arrive. Here we go." Closing announcement: "What a break, and what a grand and glorious feeling that must be for Uncle Thomas..." Uncle Thomas was to talk with Miss Snodgrass. There's a banker named "Mr. Lucre." The first part of the program only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

93465. Cecil and Sally. September 26, 1931. Program #540. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Mr. Smith's cook quit; Sally is hungry. The first part of the program only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:59. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

100288. Cecil and Sally. September 28, 1931. Program #541. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Mamie Snodgrass resigned her position at the music store just when Uncle Thomas was about to discharge her. It was a great relief to all concerned. But on the very next day the cook picked up and left the Smith household without notice. Neighborhood gossip travels rapidy and Mamie heard about the cook almost at once. She put in her application for the job of housekeeper and now Cecil and Sally are trying to warn Uncle Thomas before Mamie asks him for the job. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Mamie gets the job; grandpa is coming to visit. Without a doubt a lot of fun will be had by all." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100289. Cecil and Sally. September 29, 1931. Program #542. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Much has happened around the Smith household recently. Mamie Snodgrass didn't do so well working in the office and quit the job just two minutes before Mr. Smith was going to ask her to quit. Then Sally told Cecil that the cook had left. Mamie found out and immediately asked for the job. Uncle Thomas hired her and at the same time told Sally that Grandfather Smith is coming to visit them. Sally is telling Cecil about her grandfather now. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Now the fun begins. Cecil has to be nice to Alexander; nice like a strange bulldog, likely." The body of the show only. Notes scribbled on the back of the cue sheet indicates prices for a commercial (for another program, most likely sponsored by a meat or grocery store in town) offering veal patties for 17 1/2 cents per pound, loin lamb chops for 20 cents per pound, loin pork chops at 2 pounds for 25 cents, veal stew at 4 pounds for 25 cents, shoulder veal roast at 8 cents per pound and clear lard for 6 cents a pound. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100290. Cecil and Sally. September 30, 1931. Program #543. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally face a new situation. Sally's grandfather is coming to visit. Her uncle is going to buy a farm for the old gentleman but he has to borrow some money from the bank. Alexander's father is the banker. Alexander is Cecil's rival for Sally's affections. Uncle Thomas has asked Cecil and Sally to be nice to Alexander just to help the loan along. As the scene opens Cecil is explaining how hard that is going to be. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Yes, indeed; just a lovely time. We can draw our own conclusions about that dinner party." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100291. Cecil and Sally. October 1, 1931. Program #544. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally's uncle has asked her and Cecil to be nice to Alexander. The reason for this is that Uncle Thomas wants to borrow some money to buy a farm from Alexander's father's bank. Cecil was rebellious at first but Sally is following instructions. Her first move is a dinner party. As the scene opens the guests have arrived and things are beginning to happen. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Whether or not Mamie did that on purpose, she certainly saved the day and ought to have a medal." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100286. Cecil and Sally. October 2, 1931. Program #545. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "To be nice to Alexander and help Uncle Thomas along in a plan he has to borrow money and buy Grandfather Smith a farm, Sally gave a dinner party. The guests were Cecil, Alexander and Sybil, that girl next door. It didn't go so well, and Mamie Snodgrass helped matters along nicely when she upset some milk on the other two guests. As the scene opens now, Cecil and Sally are talking it over. Here we go." Closing announcement: "No doubt about it. Cecil's face ought to be red after that performance." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100287. Cecil and Sally. October 3, 1931. Program #546. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil has a new rival, Alexander. Sally's uncle wants to buy Grandfather Smith a farm and has to borrow some money to do it. He wants to borrow it from the bank run by Alexander's father. To help things along, Mr. Smith has instructed Sally to be very nice to Alexander. The process is rather difficult because Cecil is inclined to be jealous. As the scene opens now, Sally is paving the way to be nice some more. Here we go." Closing announcement: "And the question now is, what is Sally going to do after getting Mamie's advice?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100292. Cecil and Sally. October 5, 1931. Program #547. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally is under orders from her uncle to be very nice to Alexander, son of the banker from whom Uncle Thomas wants to borrow some money. Consequently Sally accepted Alexander's invitation to go to a movie. Cecil of course didn't think it was necessary for Sally to be that nice. For a while the situation was very critical, but apparently everything ended happily because we find the two now at the music store on the following morning, with no sign of a quarrel. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Now all they have to do is go to the station, find a good pair of Smith ears and meet the man that's in between them." John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 4:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

100293. Cecil and Sally. October 6, 1931. Program #548. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally's grandfather is coming to visit at the Smith home. Cecil found work in the music store very irksome and was overjoyed when Uncle Thomas suggested that he go along with Sally to meet Grandfather Smith. As the scene opens now, they have arrived at the station and are about to find out from the information booth just what time the train arrives. Here we go." Closing announcement: "How would you like to be an information clerk if all the customers were like Sally?" John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 4:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Excerpt.

100294. Cecil and Sally. October 16, 1931. Program #557. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally is anxious for her uncle to borrow the money and buy that farm for Grandfather Smith, so the old gentleman will not get into any more trouble around town. The money is to come from the bank operated by Alexander's father. Alexander is Cecil's rival. Sally though she could get some information from him on the telephone, but instead Alexnder said he would be right over. As the scene opens he is just about due to arrive. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Poor Cecil; just a slave to circumstance, willing to make any sacrifice for his girl." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:57. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

101152. Cecil and Sally. October 17, 1931. Program #558. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Sally tried to find out from Alexander whether her uncle was going to be able to borrow some money from his father's bank, Alexander put one over on Cecil by inviting Sally to his house for dinner. Cecil was very much put out, but Sally promised to come home early. Cecil could come over, she said and visit with her grandfather until she came back. As the scene opens now, Sally is just getting back home, anxious to find out whether Cecil is there waiting for her. Here we go." Closing announcement: "If Cecil wants to keep ahead of that other boy, somebody ought to get behind him and give a great big shove." The body of the show only. . 8:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100295. Cecil and Sally. October 19, 1931. Program #559. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil is still in a state of rebellion about Alexander. Sally had to be nice to this rival if Cecil's because her uncle wants to borrow some money from his father, and Cecil thinks she is being too nice. While Sally was over to Alexander's for dinner, Cecil stayed home and talked with her grandfather, and grandfather gave Cecil some new ideas. As the scene opens Sally is trying to keep the conversation on some other subject. Here we go." Closing announcement: "What a picture that would make; grandfather and Mamie running a shooting gallery." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100296. Cecil and Sally. October 20, 1931. Program #560. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Grandfather Smith has been very active since he came to visit. He's gotten into all sorts of things and Sally is embarrassed over him most of the time. She just found out that grandfather and Mamie Snodgrass, the maid, had made plans to open and operate a shooting gallery. Cecil thinks it's a swell idea, but Sally is gravely concerned. The scene right now is the Smith breakfast table. Grandfather has finished and departed in search of adventure. Sally and Uncle Thomas are together and Sally wants to tell about the shooting gallery. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Now the problem is how to keep grandfather quiet and out of trouble for just a few days until the farm is ready." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100297. Cecil and Sally. October 21, 1931. Program #561. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Uncle Thomas has completed the plans to borrow money and buy Grandfather Smith a farm. The old gentleman will leave very soon. As a result, he and Mamie Snodgrass, the maid, can't go ahead with their plan to open a shooting gallery. Sally is very much relieved. Other things occupy her mind just at present and she is trying to unload them to Cecil. Here we go." Closing announcement: "If Sally could do what she feels like doing, Cecil's doctor bill would probably be a large affair." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100298. Cecil and Sally. October 22, 1931. Program #562. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "As we join Cecil and Sally now it's a bright and sunny Sunday morning. Cecil was getting caught up on sleep when Sally telephoned in high excitement. Cecil's aunt woke him up and Sally told him to hurry up and come right over. She has a big secret. Grandfather Smith is over in the park with the Sunday paper. Uncle Thomas has gone downtown and Cecil is arriving, still sleepy and slightly out of breath. Here we go." Closing announcement: "That might be big news any time except on Sunday morning when Cecil wants to sleep." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100299. Cecil and Sally. October 23, 1931. Program #563. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "At Sunday breakfast Uncle Thomas told Sally he thought he would ask Cecil's Aunt Bess to marry him. It was a secret but Sally telephoned Cecil, got him out of bed and had him rush right over to hear the news. Here we go." Closing announcement: "A close squeak for Uncle Thomas. One more hour and Sally would have had the church decorated, the preacher hired and the invitations engraved. The body of the show only. The cue sheet indicates that this program was broadcast over KFBB, Great Falls, Montana, at 8:15 P.M. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100300. Cecil and Sally. October 24, 1931. Program #564. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "As Cecil arrives at Sally's house now, just a few minutes late, something very serious seems to have happened. Uncle Thomas has been arranging to buy a farm for Grandfather Smith, so the old gentleman can go there to live. The arrangements were just about complete; everybody was happy, but now Sally's face is stained with tears and Cecil wants to know what it's all about. Here we go." Closing announcement: "If Sally pulls any more like that on Cecil, her uncle and her grandfather are liable to be crying because she went away suddenly." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100301. Cecil and Sally. October 26, 1931. Program #565. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Uncle Thomas and Grandfather Smith left suddenly to take possession of the new farm they had bought, Sally felt so badly and lonesome that Cecil thought something serious had happened. In fact, Sally told such a sad story Cecil thought they had been killed in an accident. We join them now on the following night, very late, and Cecil wants to go home. Sally wants him to wait until her uncle telephones her long distance and is coaxing him as the scene opens. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Yes, indeed, that's the way to transact business by long distance. Sally knows how to get her money's worth." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100302. Cecil and Sally. October 27, 1931. Program #566. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "While Cecil and Sally were sitting up late to get a long distance call from Uncle Thomas, Sally began wishing that she could go somewhere that she had never been before. Sally has a way of getting what she wants and before Cecil knew what was happening Sally had fished an invitation to go to a hotel for dinner and dancing. With a borrowed tuxedo and the money he had saved to buy new tires for his car, Ben Hur, Cecil is arriving at Sally's house as the scene opens. Here we go." Closing announcement: "And as Alexander talks on and on the taxi meter ticks and ticks and ticks and Cecil's fifteen dollars shrinks and shrinks. Poor Cecil." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100303. Cecil and Sally. October 28, 1931. Program #567. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally, in tuxedo and evening gown, were just ready to leave in a taxi for an evening of dining and dancing, when Sally's other boy friend, Alexander, dropped in. If they told him where they were going, Alexander would want to go along. While they try to get rid of him, the taxi slowly eats up Cecil's savings. The situation gets worse and worse, especially when Alexander starts to tell about his trip around the world. The scene opens right in the midst of this. Alexander is having a good time, but Cecil and Sally aren't. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Well, it looks as though it is going to happen. Somebody is going to get socked and we hope we get to see the fight." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100304. Cecil and Sally. October 29, 1931. Program #568. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Alexander stayed so long telling Cecil and Sally about his trip around the world that Cecil had to pay nearly all his money for the taxi that was waiting. It completely spoiled the big evening they had planned and that Alexander spolied. And after that Cecil's patience snapped. Harsh words were followed by a gentle shove, which almost upset Alexander and did upset a table. The scene opens right at this time. Sally is trying to prevent a fight, but isn't having much luck. Cecil and Alexander are glaring and arguing. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Of course Alexander would have some excuse, but what a battle and what a referee. Mamie certainly did things up brown." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100305. Cecil and Sally. October 30, 1931. Program #569. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Alexander spoiled the nice party Cecil had planned for Sally. Cecil spent all his money for a taxicab that waited outside while they were trying to get rid of Alexander. Because of this he felt like an argument and got it. Words let to a dandy fight. Mamie Snodgrass [the script says Mamie Smith] happened in just then and instead of stopping the battle, she got in and refereed. Cecil cleaned up in fine shape and made Alexander say uncle. The scene now finds Cecil arriving at Sally's house on the following night, still wearing the scars of battle. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Didn't Cecil say something a while ago about taking a street car? They'd better start right now." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100306. Cecil and Sally. October 31, 1931. Program #570. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Cecil had a fight with Alexander he swung and missed, hit the piano by accident and hurt his hand. He also came out of the rumpus with a black eye. The injured hand kept him from cranking his car and Sally tried to do it. After much effort she slipped and bumped her face. Now Sally has a black eye. As the scene opens, she and Cecil are talking things over. Mamie Snodgrass is out to a movie with Oscar, the ice man. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Wouldn't Uncle Thomas be tickled if they got him one of those presents Mamie suggested?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100307. Cecil and Sally. November 2, 1931. Program #571. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Cecil and Alexander had a fight the other night, Cecil swung hard, missed his target and hit his fist on the piano. Today he can't use it to crank his car, Ben Hur. Mamie Snodgrass has suggested that they buy Uncle Thomas a nice present so he won't be quite so mad when he finds out about the fight. As the scene opens they are just ready to start downtown to shop for the present. Mamie is out in the kitchen. Here we go." Closing announcement: "That was a fine time for a gentlemanly moral uplifter to start criticizing. No wonder Mamie made him hard to catch." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100308. Cecil and Sally. November 3, 1931. Program #572. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil hurt his hand fighting with Alexander. Consequently he couldn't crank his old car, Ben Hur. Sally offered to push until the engine started. Mamie bawled out Cecil for sitting still while Sally worked so hard. When they explained she jumped in and helped. Another woman came along, scolded Cecil and then also tried to help. Then a man happened by and had his say. Mamie chased him up the street. Now as the scene opens, they have succeeded in starting the engine and Cecil and Sally are ready to start. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Right smack into the peanut wagon. Peanuts and popcorn all over the street." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100309. Cecil and Sally. November 4, 1931. Program #573. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally were driving downtown to buy Uncle Thomas a present so he wouldn't be so mad when he comes home and finds out about the fight Cecil had with Alexander. Cecil's injured hand bothered him in driving and Sally wanted to help. If she couldn't drive she could at least talk. The outcome of it was a dandy fine collision with a peanut wagon. The scene is just a moment after the collision; Sally and the peanut wagon man all coming into action after the crash. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Something seems to say that the wop is coming back leading a large bundle of trouble for Cecil and Sally." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100310. Cecil and Sally. November 5, 1931. Program #574. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally did a lot of back seat driving while she and Cecil were driving downtown to buy Uncle Thomas a present. In view of all the other excitement, Cecil got a little bit rattled. The end of it was that they crashed into a peanut wagon. Considerable discussion followed regarding whose fault it was and who was going to get damages. The end of it was that Cecil and Sally got the horse. The argument has just finished and they are now deciding what to do with the animal. Here we go." Closing announcement: "No, indeed, it wouldn't do Cecil any good, and it wouldn't do anybody else any good who happened to be around." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100311. Cecil and Sally. November 6, 1931. Program #575. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Cecil and Sally, driving Cecil's car, Ben Hur, had a collision with a peanut wagon, they came out of the rumpus by buying the horse from the peanut man. What they were going to do with a horse never ocurred to them until after they bought it. Cecil drove and Sally sat on the back and led the animal. She got jerked out of the car once, but finally they got it home and stabled in the garage. The scene opens on the following just as things are beginning to happen. Here we go." Closing announcement: "It begins to look as though it isn't a very practical idea to keep a horse in the garage." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100312. Cecil and Sally. November 7, 1931. Program #576. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The horse which Cecil and Sqlly had to buy in settlement of damages when they had a collision with a peanut vendor, is now safely home stabled in the garage. But during the first day it was there, all of the neighbors had quite a lot to say. At the last call Sally lost patience and talked right back until the man said he was a policeman. Then Sally cooled down, but the policeman said they would have to get rid of the animal right away. We find Cecil and Sally at the music store, using their employer's time to find a buyer. Here we go." Closing announcement: "One thing is more certain than ever now. They have to find a buyer for that horse and find him quick." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100313. Cecil and Sally. November 9, 1931. Program #577. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally are at their wit's ends to know what to do with the horse they have. Since they took him in from the peanut wagon man after the collision, the horse has been in the garage. The neighbors and police have been complaining and Cecil has been trying to find a buyer. Fortunately Uncle Thomas has been out of town. As the scene opens Cecil is arriving at Sally's house to report the day's progress and Sally is waiting for him with a telegram in her hand. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Did you ever know anyone who could get out of trouble as neatly as Sally?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100314. Cecil and Sally. November 10, 1931. Program #578. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally were unable to get rid of their horse before Sally's Uncle Thomas came back from his new farm. At the last minute Sally had a bright idea. They would pretend they had bought the horse as a present for Mr. Smith; then he couldn't be mad. The plan worked perfectly. At first Uncle Thomas was mad, but he got over it. The action now takes place on the following night and Sally is telling Cecil what happened to the horse. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Forty-three cents in stamps for a bottle of perfume from the mysterious east. No wonder Nero acts that way." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100315. Cecil and Sally. November 11, 1931. Program #579. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally has been very anxious to have her Uncle Thomas propose to Cecil's aunt. When she discovered that he was going over to call on Miss Shortridge, Sally sneaked in a sprayed perfume on her uncle, thinking this would hasten the romance. When Uncle Thomas arrived there, Cecil's dog took up the strange scent and refused to let Mr. Smith in. Now we join Cecil and Sally on the following night, and Sally has something new on her mind. Here we go." Closing announcement: "It begins already to look as though there will be a big time at the bazaar." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100316. Cecil and Sally. November 12, 1931. Program #580. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally went down in the basement yesterday and found a white mouse there. No one knows where the mouse came from, but Sally immediately adopted it as a pet. Later in the day she was invited to take part in a campaign to raise funds for her chuch club. Each member was to raffle off something and turn in the proceeds. Sally decided to raffle off the white mouse. All day she has been selling chances. As Cecil arrives now, Sally is ready to report her progress. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Well, Sybil is the only loser and she gets her mouse back. The rest of the people lost anyway." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100317. Cecil and Sally. November 13, 1931. Program #581. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100318. Cecil and Sally. November 14, 1931. Program #582. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "While Cecil and Sally have been busy with other matters during the past few days, Mamie Snodgrass, the maid, has been going about her work in the usual way. Just because she hasn't been heard isn't saying that she hasn't been active. And as Cecil arrives at Sally's house now, it seems that Mamie has been even more active than usual. Sally has some startling news to impart. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Mamie Snodgrass gone; disappeared completely. When Mamie disappears that way something serious must have happened." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100319. Cecil and Sally. November 16, 1931. Program #583. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "For the past several days the neighborhood has been in an uproar. Mamie Snodgrass, the talkative maid and sister of the Widow Mason, disappeared mysteriously, leaving not a single clue as to her whereabouts. The affair is a complete mystery. As the scene opens now Cecil has just arrived at Sally's house and they are talking it over. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Wow, the Widow Mason. Now there is going to be trouble." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100320. Cecil and Sally. November 17, 1931. Program #584. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Mamie Snodgrass mysteriously disappeared several days ago and nothing had been heard of her, the newspapers played up the mystery and there was much excitement in the neighborhood. And when Cecil and Sally were talking it over and Uncle Thomas was talking too, the doorbell rang. It was the Widow Mason, Mamie's sister. She walked in and accused Uncle Thomas of having abducted the woman. The scene opens now just a few minutes after her dramatic appearance. The widow is still there, so are Uncle Thomas and Cecil and Sally. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Well, we don't blame Uncle Thomas a bit, but it sounds as though there is going to be some real trouble now." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100321. Cecil and Sally. November 18, 1931. Program #585. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The Widow Mason walked in on Cecil and Sally and Uncle Thomas and accused Mr. Smith of causing the disappearance of her sister, Mamie Snodgrass. Then she broke down and cried; suggested that Mr. Smith compensate her for the loss of her loved one with money. This didn't work and she then intimated that Mr. Smith might marry her and take Mamie's place. When Uncle Thomas turned down these propositions, the widow left in a great rage, threatening all the trouble she can possibly make." The cue sheet does not indicate the catch phrase, "Here we go." Closing announcement: "If you ask us, this whole affair is the funniest thing, and it gets worse as it goes on." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100322. Cecil and Sally. November 19, 1931. Program #586. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The Widow Mason has accused Uncle Thomas of making away with her sister, Mamie Snodgrass. Also Uncle Thomas received a letter from some place, demanding money. Since the police and detectives have been unable to discover any clues, Cecil and Sally have decided to make an investigation of their own. They decide to hide in a vacant house next door to the Widow Mason's and watch her. The house is vacant because a year ago a man stabbed his wife and killed himself in it. As the scene opens now, we find Cecil and Sally inside the house and ready to begin their vigil. Here we go." Closing announcement: "If things keep up like that they won't need to kick down the door. The house will fall down." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:21. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

100323. Cecil and Sally. November 20, 1931. Program #587. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally hid in the vacant house next door to the Widow Mason's so they could watch and see whether whe was doing anything to bring more harm to Sally's uncle. Their flashlight wouldn't work, leaving them in utter darkness and a storm of wind and rain came up suddenly. The surroundings were too much for the youngsters and we left them trying frantically to find their way out. The scene opens a few minutes later and they are still penned in. Here we go." Closing announcement: "All that excitement just because they didn't know that the door opened out instead of in." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100324. Cecil and Sally. November 21, 1931. Program #588. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally managed to get out of the vacant house across the street where they had hidden themselves to watch the Widow Mason. It was a bad experience because their flashlight wouldn't work and a bad storm came up outside. Cecil got rattled and thought they were locked in, but it was only because the door opened out instead of in. Now we join them on the following night, still trying to unravel the mystery of Mamie Snodgrass' disappearance. Here we go." Closing announcement: "The further they go into this thing the more mysterious it gets." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100325. Cecil and Sally. November 23, 1931. Program #589. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Shortly after Mamie Snodgrass disappeared and the Widow Mason stepped back into the picture to make all the trouble possible for Sally's Uncle Thomas, an unsigned letter arrived. It was a demand upon Mr. Smith for money. Cecil and Sally are trying to track down the source of the letter and when they saw the letter, much to their surprise, it was written in Mr. Smith's own handwriting. The scene is the same, just a few minutes after they have made their discovery. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Oh, my yes; Sally knew all the time, and isn't it that a swell joke on Cecil?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100326. Cecil and Sally. November 24, 1931. Program #590. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally solved the matter of the anonymous letter being written in the handwriting of Sally's uncle and now for several days things have quieted down. No more has been heard from or about Mamie Snodgrass who so mysteriously disappeared and the newspapers have even let up in their front page stories. The Widow Mason has also remained quiet. As the scene opens Cecil and Sally are discussing things quiety. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Yes indeed, they gave him the inside dope all right. Just wait until Uncle Thomas sees tomorrow's papers." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:19. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

100327. Cecil and Sally. December 4, 1931. Program #599. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Practising how to yell, "Fire." John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 2:52. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

100328. Cecil and Sally. December 5, 1931. Program #600. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally do not believe that the Widow Mason really broke her leg. They feel sure that when everybody avoided her and left her strictly alone, the widow made up the story about the accident just to get sympathy and attention. Now they are trying to prove that no bones were broken and have decided to pretend her house is on fire just to see if she'll get up and run out. The scene is after dark, out in front of the house. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Plenty of excitement now; Uncle Thomas to the rescue, the widow up and on her feet and Cecil and Sally on the run. How will this turn out?" John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 2:41. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Excerpt.

100329. Cecil and Sally. December 7, 1931. Program #601. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "After Mamie Snodgrass suddenly came back the Widow Mason found herself badly isolated. Everybody was mad at her and left her alone. Then came the news that she had fallen down stairs and broken her leg and immediately people started to sympathize with her. Cecil and Sally think it's all a bluff to get attention and that she didn't really break her leg. To prove it they got outside her house and started to yell fire. Much to their consternation, Uncle Thomas came running over and rescued the widow. Now we join Cecil and Sally on the following night as they are talking it over. Here we go." Closing announcement: "And if the widow is like most women that will soon prove whether he leg is really broken." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 6:35. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

100330. Cecil and Sally. December 8, 1931. Program #602. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally tried to prove that the Widow Mason didn't really have a broken leg. They pretended her house was on fire, but the only result was that Sally's uncle made a thrilling and romantic rescue. They have now decided to scare her out of bed some other way. Sally has rented Sybil's pet white rat and as the scene opens they are calling on Mrs. Mason with the intention of turning the rat loose on her bed. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Wasn't that plan a huge success and wasn't the widow scared of that rat?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:11. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

100331. Cecil and Sally. December 9, 1931. Program #603. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally haven't been successful thus far in their plans to prove that the Widow Mason didn't really break her leg but is only pretending in order to win back the attentions of Sally's uncle. They've tried twice to scare her out of her bed but it didn't work at all. Now we find them together and talking over just how they are going to expose the schemer. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Well, Mamie got results, didn't she. A salesman hasn't a chance of talking her down." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:00. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

100332. Cecil and Sally. December 10, 1931. Program #604. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally are back again to the biggest problem. The Widow Mason is pretending she broke her leg so that Sally's uncle will pay her some attention. They tried to prove that the leg wasn't really broken but every plan failed. Now the widow is out of bed and walking around on crutches and it's almost too late to expose her. As the scene opens they are discussing the situation. Here we go." Closing announcement: "And if we know the Widow Mason, this is a very practical plan." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:10. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

100333. Cecil and Sally. December 11, 1931. Program #605. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally have at last hit upon a practical plan to discourage the Widow Mason in her attempts to marry Sally's uncle. They discovered that she was running short of money and now they think that if they make her believe Uncle Thomas has lost his money, she'll lose interest very quickly. They are going over to her house, in fact, as the scene opens they have arrived at the front door. Here we go." Closing announcement: "And Uncle Thomas talks as though it were true. There's something behind this that we don't know yet." John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 4:02. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

100334. Cecil and Sally. December 12, 1931. Program #606. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally led the Widow Mason to believe that Uncle Thomas had lost all his money. Of course this made a big difference to the widow as she had been hoping to marry Mr. Smith. To make sure that what they said was true, the widow telephoned to Mr. Smith. Much to everybody's surprise, he said it was. Cecil and Sally have left the widow's house and rushed back to talk with Mr. SMith and we join them just at this point. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Little Sally goes right to the rescue, but if Alexander offers any help, it's going to be pretty tough on Cecil." The body of the shbow only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 4:02. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

100335. Cecil and Sally. December 14, 1931. Program #607. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally's Uncle Thomas has had hard sledding lately. He borrowed a large sum of money to purchase a farm for Grandfather Smith. Now the note is due and he can't meet it, so he is afraid he'll lose all the property he put up as security. Not long ago Cecil beat the stuffing out of his revial, Alexander, and it just so happens that Alexander's father runs the bank that holds the note. Uncle Thomas has asked Cecil and Sally to try to be nice to Alexander and Sally has invited him over. As the scene opens she and Cecil are arguing about it. Here we go." Closing announcement: "It certainly looks as though Alexander has the upper hand now and is going to use it." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100336. Cecil and Sally. December 15, 1931. Program #608. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally have made up with Alexander but it was a hard job. He knew that they wanted to because his father's bank holds a note against Sally's Uncle Thomas which Uncle Thomas couldn't meet, and of course Alexander held off from the overtures of friendship as long as he wanted to. But he finally gave in. As the scene opens now, Cecil is just arriving on the following night, only to find that he faces a bad situation. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Poor Cecil and Sally. If they help Uncle Thomas it will be at an awful sacrifice." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100337. Cecil and Sally. December 16, 1931. Program #609. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally went to the party with Alexander last night. What will Sally have to say to Cecil tonight? The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100338. Cecil and Sally. December 17, 1931. Program #610. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "While Sally was out to a country club dance with Cecil's rival, Alexander, Cecil had to find his own entertainment. Sally was very anxious to know what he did. Cecil went to a picture show with Jean and Sally was very jealous until she found out that Jean is a boy who lives next door to Cecil. Now on the following night Cecil is arriving at Sally's house, thinking that everything is all right again. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Poor Sally, the longer she tries to juggle this difficult situation the worse it gets." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100339. Cecil and Sally. December 18, 1931. Program #611. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Sally explained to Cecil that she had engagements for the next two nights with her other boy friend, Alexander, Cecil slammed out of the house and went home. Sally felt pretty badly and in the meantime has coaxed Cecil to come over, even if Alexander is going to be there. As the scene opens, Alexander has arrived slightly ahead of time and Cecil is expected at almost any minute. Here we go." Closing announcement: "And now, Mr. Cecil, how do like that kind of treatment?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100340. Cecil and Sally. December 19, 1931. Program #612. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Alexander told Sally that she didn't treat Cecil right. The way to make a boy like you, said Alexander, is to be strict with him, make him take you to shows, make him arrive right on time. Sally decided that he was right, and when Cecil arrived half an hour late he was met with a frigid reception. Alexander is enjoying the situation immensely. Sally is playing her new part to perfection, and Cecil is wondering what it's all about. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Oh, no, Sally doesn't care a bit. Oh, no. Cecil did the one thing that would bring her to time [?]. Smart boy." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100341. Cecil and Sally. December 21, 1931. Program #613. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. This opening announcement was written in pencil by a local announcer and is not from the MacGregor and Sollie cue sheet. "Last night when Cecil arrived 35 minutes late he found Alexander at Sally's. Sally played her part too well, Cecil got mad and went over to Sybil's. Let's see what happened." John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 6:23. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

100342. Cecil and Sally. December 22, 1931. Program #614. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil is getting himself into what promises to be a lot of trouble. Sally is spending so much time with his rival, Alexander, that Cecil went next door to call on Sybil, another girl. Sybil is a fast worker and in no time at all had inveigled Cecil into kissing her. He also happened to say that he liked her and Sybil now understands that she is to be Cecil's girl from this time on. Cecil is in a bad spot and as the scene opens, is trying to defend himself, while Sybil is carrying on faster than ever. Here we go." Closing announcement: "If Cecil could only read that paraghraph, he'd feel a great deal better, or would he?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 6:16. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

100343. Cecil and Sally. December 23, 1931. Program #615. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil has been calling on that girl next door, named Sybil, because Sally is spending so much time with Alexander. Sybil took him right into camp and made him commit himself pretty seriously. Cecil is badly scared for fear Sally will find out. In the meantime Alexander is calling on Sally and using the same tactics. As the scene opens Sally and Alexander are together. Cecil is still over next door. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Well, Sally got away, but if she gives Alexander a picture we can expect a lot of trouble." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100344. Cecil and Sally. December 24, 1931. Program #616. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil has just returned from calling on Sybil, the girl who lives next door to Sally. Sybil has been trying to take him away from Sally for a long time. As soon as Cecil appeared she threw out her nets and had him tangled hopelessly in no time at all. Sybil is the kind who manages things to suit herself. She immediately arranged for Cecil to take her to the theatre. Cecil hasn't the money and has to get it from his aunt, which is the job he is just starting now. Here we go." Closing announcement: "How many of us can remember just such problems in our own young days?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100345. Cecil and Sally. December 25, 1931. Program #617. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally are still on the outs because Sally is paying so much attention to Alexander. Cecil, out of spite, called on Sybil, the girl next door. Sybil suggested going to the theatre. Cecil didn't have any money and tried to borrow it from his aunt. When he had to tell Sybil he couldn't go, Sybil asked him to take her little dog for a walk instead. As the scene opens now, Cecil has just come out of Sybil's house with the dog. Here we go." Closing announcement: "And Sally said when you give anyone your picture it means you like them better than anyone else." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100346. Cecil and Sally. December 26, 1931. Program #618. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil couldn't take Sybil, the girl next door, to the theatre, so Sybil asked him to take her dog out for a walk instad. While doing this Cecil ran into Sally and after a bit more quarreling they made up for a minute; just long enough for Cecil to promise Sally that he wouldn't give Sybil his picture. Then Cecil ran into Alexander and they stopped to talk. Alexander show Cecil Sally's picture, the one she gave him to put in his watch. Now we join Cecil, still leading the dog, just a minute later. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Now isn't that a happy ending to a young lover's quarrel? We hope Alexander gets down all right." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100347. Cecil and Sally. December 28, 1931. Program #619. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally have made up their quarrel. Cecil was walking the dog for the girl next door and the dog chased Sally's cat up a tree. Alexander has been doing things for Sally and offered to climb the tree and get the cat. While he was up there Cecil and Sally had a chance to talk things over down below and immediately arrived at an understanding. As the scene opens now they are together and talking over the new state of affairs." Closing announcement: "It's hard to believe that Alexander is doing all this just out of the goodness of his heart." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100348. Cecil and Sally. December 29, 1931. Program #620. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The cue sheet for this program is dated in ink August 9, 1932. Opening announcement: "As strange as it may seem, Cecil and his rival, Alexander, are going into business together. As soon as Cecil and Sally patched up their quarrel Alexander explained that his father owned a vacant lot next to a motion picture theatre which they could make into a parking station. As the scene opens now, the three of them have arrived at the scene of action and are getting ready to go into the new venture. Here we go." Closing announcement: "And now the cat is coming out of the bag. Cecil works every night and Alexander is going to entertain Sally." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100349. Cecil and Sally. December 30, 1931. Program #621. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Alexander went into partnership in a parking place on a vacant lot owned by Alexander's father. The lot is right next to a theatre and business is best at night. Cecil is on duty then and it soon became apparent just why Alexander invited him into the company. On the very first night while Cecil had to stay and work, Alexander took Sally to a movie. The scene now is the same, several nights later, and Alexander has been entertaining Sally every night. Sally has just arrived by herself to talk to Cecil. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Some parking lot operators might be very glad to have a customer like that one." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:46. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

100350. Cecil and Sally. December 31, 1931. Program #622. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. This opening announcement was written in pencil by a local announcer and is not from the MacGregor and Sollie cue sheet. "Cecil is a little peeved waiting for the owner of the car to appear. Let's see what happened." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100351. Cecil and Sally. January 1, 1932. Program #623. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally are up to their necks in trouble with the parking lot Cecil is operating. A bootlegger left his car there and it has bottles on the back seat. Cecil has stayed all night watching the machine and all day. The owner has not come back. Two policemen dropped in and Cecil hid while they were there. He thinks they know what's in the car. Sally has been away all day and has just returned to where Cecil is on watch. Here we go." Closing announcement: "All that excitement for nothing and poor Cecil gets nicked for all the profits of the week." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100352. Cecil and Sally. January 2, 1932. Program #624. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil was pretty scared about the car left in his parking place that contained a lot of bottles. He fet sure it was a bootlegger's machine. To make matters worse, two policemen arrived and it looked as though they meant business. However, they only wanted to make Cecil take out a city permit. And then Cecil discovered that the bottles contained bluing. The scene opens a few minutes later while they are talking it over. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Didn't that work out perfectly for everybody concerned. Cecil got what was coming to him and so did Alexander." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100353. Cecil and Sally. January 4, 1932. Program #625. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil was over at Sally's house during the evening and went home at a very respectable hour. Sally wasn't sleepy after he left and her busy mind got to working at a high rate of speed. Romance was the theme of her thoughts and before she knew exactly what she was doing, little Sally had written a love story. Her enthusiasm knows no bounds. As the scene opens it is very late at night; the story is finished and Sally just can't wait until she tells Cecil all about it. Here we go." Closing announcement: "We can't believe that Cecil hung up the phone right in the middle of such a thrilling story." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100354. Cecil and Sally. January 5, 1932. Program #626. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil has been spending his evenings lately operating the parking lot that he and Alexander have in partnership. And while he is working there, his rival, Alexander, has been entertaining Sally. There is reason to suspect that Alexander planned the whole project just to get this opportunity. But Sally is getting wise and as the scene opens tonight, she has evaded him and come down to the parking place to talk with Cecil. Here we go." Closing announcement: "That supper Sally brought Cecil hit just the right spot, didn't it?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100355. Cecil and Sally. January 6, 1932. Program #627. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil was going to give a big party with the money he would have made out of the parking lot this week. He wasn't going to invite his rival, Alexander, but while he was telling Sally all about it, Alexander sneaked up behind them and heard the plans. As a result he immediately ordered the parking lot closed. This killed the party idea. As the scene opens Cecil and Sally are talking it over and Cecil is getting ready to cancel the invitations he had already issued. Here we go." Closing announcement: "It's pretty tough about the party, but it sounds a whole lot tougher for Uncle Thomas." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100356. Cecil and Sally. January 7, 1932. Program #628. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally were in the midst of big plans for a party to be given at Sally's house. They had even invited some of the guests. Then Uncle Thomas came home with a very sad expression. He refused to let Sally have a party and finally told them he had lost all his money. Now they have to move and Sally is going out to her grandfather's farm. As the scene opens, Sally is bsuy packing and Cecil has been sent out from the store to help her. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Cecil and Sally will have to be very brave to get through this tragic experience. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100357. Cecil and Sally. January 8, 1932. Program #629. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Uncle Thomas was unable to raise the money to pay off several heavy mortgages and as a result his property is being taken over by the bank. This means that Cecil and Sally will be separated because Sally is going out to live with her grandfather on the farm. As the scene opens tonight the packing is almost finished, the house is lighted by candles and Cecil has arrived to say goodbye to his sweetheart. Here we go." Closing announcement: "It doesn't seem right to separate two such nice youngsters as Cecil and Sally, does it." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100358. Cecil and Sally. January 9, 1932. Program #630. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally have said their goodbyes and Sally is ready to leave for her grandfather's farm. Her Uncle Thomas has lost his fortune and they have had to give up their home. As the scene opens they have only one more hour together until the train leaves. The bags are packed. Uncle Thomas is on his way out to get Sally and they are just sitting waiting. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Now there's something in that telegram that means either very good news or very bad news. Now which can it be?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100359. Cecil and Sally. January 11, 1932. Program #631. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally and her Uncle Thomas were ready to leave for the station to go away, probably forever. Cecil and Sally had said their painful goodbyes and the taxicab had been ordered when a telegram arrived. Uncle Thomas was expecting one, so Sally tore it open and immediately went into what sounded like an attack of hysteria. Thus far, no one but Sally knows whether it's good news or bad. The scene opens just a moment later. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Well, if anybody deserves such a stroke of good luck, it's Cecil and Sally and Uncle Thomas." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100360. Cecil and Sally. January 12, 1932. Program #632. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Just as Sally and her Uncle Thomas were ready to leave for the station and Cecil and Sally were separating probably forever, a telegram arrived. It was Butch Williams announcing that his gold mine had produced and that he was arriving that night with enough money to enable Uncle Thomas to meet all his oblications and save his business. Sally immediately told everybody she knew, inclduing the Widow Mason. The widow, who has been cool lately, came right over, smiling with friendship. As the scene opens she is talking with Cecil and Sally and waiting for Butch to arrive. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Butch Williams with a wife. What do you know about that? It's a sad blow to the poor Widow Mason." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100361. Cecil and Sally. January 13, 1932. Program #633. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: As soon as the Widow Mason heard that Butch Williams had discovered gold in Mexico and was returning with the share that belonged [to them], she forgot how cool she had been when both were supposed to be so poor. She immediately made plans to marry Butch. But when he arrived the first thing he did was introduce his new Mexican wife. Needless to say there was much excitement. As the scene opens Cecil and Sally are talking to Butch. The others have carried the fainting widow across the street to her home. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Cecil and Sally driving around town with $30,000.00 in a satchel. Can you imagine that?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100362. Cecil and Sally. January 14, 1932. Program #634. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Butch Williams and Uncle Thomas were ready to divide the proceeds of the gold mine between them Butch discovered he had checked the wrong bag at the railroad station. The bag containing the money was down there. Cecil and Sally were sent down to the station after it. As we join them now they have arrived at the baggage stand. Here we go." Closing announcement: "This state of affairs doesn't seem exactly right, does it? A bank robbed and then Cecil and Sally trying to get a grip full of money when they don't seem to have the check for it." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100363. Cecil and Sally. January 15, 1932. Program #635. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Cecil and Sally arrived at the station to get the bag Butch Williams checked there, the baggage man was absent. While waiting for him they read in the paper that Alexander's father's bank had been robbed. The man did not return and Sally decided to find the bag and take it right away. But the man came back suddenly and caught them. In the meantime Sally had lost the check. As the scene opens now they are having difficulty in getting the bag. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Well, they got the grip but it doesn't seem likely that this affair is really all finished." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100364. Cecil and Sally. January 16, 1932. Program #636. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally had a hard time getting the bag full of money which Butch Williams had checked at the station. Sally lost the check and they had to prove to the man what was in the bag. When they showed him the money he didn't believe it was real. In the meantime a bank uptown had been robbed of apporoximately the same amount that the bag contained. They finally got the bag, however. The scene now opens on the following night when Cecil and Sally are talking it over. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Sally certainly explained everything beautifully to the police, didn't she?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100365. Cecil and Sally. January 18, 1932. Program #637. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Cecil and Sally went to get the money Butch Williams checked at the station by mistake, they lost the check. After much talk with the baggage man they succeeded in getting the grip, but only after they showed him the money. On the same day Mr. Lukor's bank was held up and robbed of just about the same amount, and shortly after that Uncle Thomas appeared at the bank and payed off his overdue notes. Naturally, the police are beginning to suspect something. As the scene opens, Cecil and Sally are talking things over. Uncle Thomas is down at his club. Here we go." Closing announcement: "You certainly never can tell how a woman is going to take things; even when it's the best kind of news." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100366. Cecil and Sally. January 19, 1932. Program #638. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally are at last able to settle back into their ordinary routine. Just when Uncle Thomas was on the verge of losing everything he had, Butch Williams struck gold down in Mexico and saved the day. When the bank was robbed of the same amount of money on the same day Uncle Thomas appeared to pay off his overdue notes, the police began to investigate, but then the real robbers were discovered and they were saved again. Now Cecil and Sally are not going to be separated and they are settling down to their regular pastimes. Here we go." Closing announcement: "You can't exactly blame Cecil for being just a little bit confused, can you?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100367. Cecil and Sally. January 20, 1932. Program #639. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally has a new interest in life now. Her uncle thinks that she is a little bit too thin and has recommended that she try to pick up some weight. As a special inducement he has promised to give her five dollars for every pound she gains. As Sally wants some new bedroom furniture she is determined to gain as many pounds as possible. The scene opens as she and Cecil are walking down the street together; passing a drug store. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Cecil is right this time; that clerk has earned the penny in the scales." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100368. Cecil and Sally. January 21, 1932. Program #640. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally is still determined to gain five pounds. Her uncle thinks she is slightly under weight and has promised to give her five dollars a pound, so she can buy herself a new dressing table. Since then she has read all the books on gaining weight and started on a new diet. As the scene opens now, Sally is reporting her progress to Cecil. Here we go." Closing announcement: "We wondered if Sally was ever going to get back to where she started; the subject of losing weight." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100369. Cecil and Sally. February 3, 1932. Program #651. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Ever since Butch Williams discovered a gold mine in Mexico and came back to town with money and a new Mexican wife, the Widow Mason has been wishing she hadn't turned him down when he wanted to marry her. Butch gave her two thousand dollars as her share in the mine. The widow promptly spent it and is now threatening to reveal Butch's past to his wife if he doesn't pay her more money. As the scene opens Cecil and Sally are talking over the situation. Here we go." Closing announcement: "There [is] something funny, even strange, about all these sudden arrivals and departures." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100370. Cecil and Sally. February 4, 1932. Program #652. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally are just a bit confused and excited. The Widow Mason telephoned and said she had ordered a package delivered and would Cecil and Sally take it and save it for her. Butch Williams arrived suddenly and gave Cecil and Sally another package containing presents for them. And during this ceremony a messenger boy arrived with a C.O.D package for $50.00. Sally is out in the kitchen looking for scissors and Cecil is examining the bundles. Butch has left for down town. Here we go." Closing announcement: "That Widow Mason is certainly a bad egg and it looks as though poor Butch is in for trouble." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100371. Cecil and Sally. February 5, 1932. Program #653. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The Widow Mason told Sally that she was going out and had asked that a package be delivered to Sally's house. Sally said she would take care of it. Butch Williams arrived and was standing by the door when the messenger came. The package was C.O.D. for fifty dollars. Butch wrote out a check and gave it to the man. A short time later the widow called and said she had Butch's check. Cecil and Sally are sure she intends to make trouble by showing the check to Butch's new wife. As the scene opens Cecil and Sally are planning to break up the widow's plot. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Things are certainly beginning to look black for poor Butch, and how about poor Cecil in that chest?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100372. Cecil and Sally. February 6, 1932. Program #654. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Through a very slick trick the Widow Mason got hold of a check made out by Butch Williams. She threatend to show this evidence to Butch's new Mexican wife unless Butch paid her two thousand dollars. Sally got Cecil to hide in a cedar chest while she tried to coax the widow over and make her admit she was attempting blackmail. Just then Sally's uncle phoned and asked her to run over to the Widow Mason's house. Cecil is still in the chest. Here we go." Closing announcement: "All in all, it's been a rough and exciting evening for all concerned." The body of the show only. The cue sheet for program #657 is dated in pencil as "Feb. 24" and is further identified by penciled notes that the show started at 7:45 on radtio station KFBB (Great Flls, Montana). This indicates that interpolated dates might be off by as much as a week or two, on this particualr station. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105560. Cecil and Sally. February 8, 1932. Program #655. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The Widow Mason finally won, by dint of shere (SIC) perserverance, the additional money she was trying to make Butch Williams give her as her share of the gold mine. Butch was afraid the widow would tell his new Mexican wife about the attentions she received when Butch was in town before. Butch took Uncle Thomas along and they made a settlement. The widow immediately left town and Cecil and Sally are now discussing her departure. Here we go..." Closing announcement: "Isn't it wonderful the way little Sally is always rushing around doing good deeds for people?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105561. Cecil and Sally. February 9, 1932. Program #656. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Now that the Widow Mason has taken two thousand dollars from Butch Williams and Butch and his new Mexican wife have left hurridly on a honeymoon, so that Mrs. Williams couldn't get a chance to open the mail and see some cancelled checks Butch had given the widow, all is quiet where Cecil and Sally are concerned. That is, all has been quiet today, but something is about to happen. Cecil is just arriving at Sally's house and Sally is talking over the telephone with the minister's wive (SIC). Here we go..." Closing announcement: "A lesson from Sally to all women who would learn the art of handling men..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105562. Cecil and Sally. February 10, 1932. Program #657. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The minister's wife has written a play which is going to be produced in the church parlors. Sally is taking an important part. Cecil turned down his invitation to take part, but Sally has promised to get him and she used all the tricks of the trade. He gave in and consented to take part also. In the meantime Sally has received the manuscripts and she and Cecil are going over them for the first time. Here we go..." Closing announcement: "If Mrs. Higgins keeps up at this rate, the play will be a monologue by Cecil..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105563. Cecil and Sally. February 11, 1932. Program #658. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally coaxed Cecil into taking a part in the church play. Cecil wasn't strong for it but when he found out that Alexander was going to be in the play he consented. The minister's wife is handling it and apparently a few of the characters were backing out because she telephoned every few minutes asking Cecil to take another part. Cecil finally rebelled but is going ahead with the original part. Several days of rehearsal have passed and now Cecil and Sally are reading their parts together. Here we go..." Closing announcement: "And if something does happen to Alexander we're not going to say right out that he didn't deserve it..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105564. Cecil and Sally. February 12, 1932. Program #659. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil spent several days learning the leading part he was to take in the church play. He and Sally rehearsed faithfully. Then when they were ready to leave for the church, the minister's wife telephoned and told them that she had decided to give Cecil's part to Alexander. Cecil is pretty mad. As the scene opens now, they are at the church getting into their costumes. Here we go..." Closing announcement: "Yes, Alexander went away and someone will have to take his part. Who do you suppose that we be?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105565. Cecil and Sally. February 13, 1932. Program #660. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "At the very last minute Alexander was given Cecil's part in the church play and Cecil had to take a part that gave him only one line. But while Cecil and Alexander were dressing, Cecil grabbed his rival, tied his hands behind him, took his pants away and locked him in the coal cellar. When it was discovered that Alexander was missing Cecil had to take the big part in the play. As the scene opens now Sally is back again, Alexander is locked in the cellar and Cecil is getting into his costume. Here we go..." Closing announcement: "And now that that's all settled, on with the show..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100373. Cecil and Sally. February 15, 1932. Program #661. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "After all the excitement Cecil is taking the leading part in the church play. Alexander was expected to take it, but Cecil locked him in the coal bin and stole his trousers. Alexander is still down there. Cecil and Sally have put on their costumes and are waiting near the stage. As the scene opens they are making sure everything is in readiness. Here we go." Closing announcement: "What a play that is going to be when Cecil and Sally finally get out there on the stage." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100374. Cecil and Sally. February 16, 1932. Program #662. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The church play in which Cecil and Sally are taking prominent parts is just about to begin. It is a beautiful allegorical story written for this occasion by the minister's wife. Cecil and Sally are pretty nervous and wish they hadn't been so anxious to be in the play. Quite a few things have gone wrong already, such as the curtain being upside down and several other characters failing to arrive. However, everything is at last in readiness and here we go." Closing announcement: "Things might not have gone just as they intended it, but it was a pretty funny show just the same." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100375. Cecil and Sally. February 17, 1932. Program #663. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The church play, written by the minister's wife and starring Cecil and Sally in leading roles, got off to a bad start. When Cecil walked onto the stage in his devil's costume, somebody laughed at him. Cecil forgot his lines. Sally forgot hers and the minister's wife disappeared from the prompting box. The other characters failed to answer their cues, due largely to the fact that Cecil had locked Alexnader in the coal bin. Cecil finally walked off the stage and out the back door. The scene is now about half an hour later. Sally is looking for Cecil, who is hiding out behind the church. Here we go." Closing announcement: "You can't exactly blame Nicodemus for running, can you?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100376. Cecil and Sally. February 18, 1932. Program #664. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The play at the church in which Cecil and Sally took such important parts and which ended so disastrously when they both forgot their lines and the other characters failed to appear, is now a thing of the past. It was a financial success because the crowd really enjoyed it and didn't want their money back. The scene now is the following night. Cecil has arrived at Sally's home and they are talking over the events of the night before. Here we go." Closing announcement: "If Oscar, the ice man, knew about this, he'd unhitch his horse, put a saddle on him and gallop away over the hill." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100377. Cecil and Sally. February 19, 1932. Program #665. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally has a new ambition. Mamie, the housekeeper, has confessed that she is in love with Oscar, the ice man. But Oscar isn't responding very well and Mamie is unhappy. When she told Sally about it, Sally immediately rushed to the rescue. She is going to plan Mamie's romance and win Oscar for her. The scene opens now on the night following Mamie's confession and Sally is very busy making plans. Here we go." Closing announcement: "The romance between Mamie and Oscar presents a lot of possibilities, doesn't it?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100378. Cecil and Sally. February 20, 1932. Program #666. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally has volunteered to help Mamie Snodgrass with Oscar, the ice man. Mamie loves him but Oscar isn't responding very well. Cecil thinks it's a lot of foolishness. Intending it as a joke he suggested that Mamie faint when Oscar brought the ice into the kitchen. Then Oscar can take her into his arms and love will be born when Mamie opens her eyes. The scene now is in the living room just before Oscar is due to arrive with the ice. Here we go." Closing announcement: "That's perfectly all right, Oscar, now Mamie can bring you around and you'll find out what a tender soul she can be." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100379. Cecil and Sally. February 22, 1932. Program #667. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally are trying to help Mamie, the housekeeper, win Oscar, the ice man. Mamie is badly [madly] is love but Oscar doesn't respond. Sally thought it would be a good idea if Mamie pretended to faint when Oscar brought the ice into the kitchen. Mamie tried it; pretended she saw a mouse. But Oscar is afraid of mice too and he fainted right beside Mamie. Now they have to think up a new plan. As the scene opens they are very busy at it. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Well, if Oscar has any spunk at all, he isn't going to stand for other men saying things like that to Mamie." The body of the show only. The cue sheet for this program has penciled in: "KTFI, Twin Falls, Idaho." John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100380. Cecil and Sally. February 23, 1932. Program #668. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally thought they could help Mamie by making Oscar believe that other men were in love with her. When they found out that Oscar was over at Mamie's house on Sunday evening, Cecil telephoned and said sweet things to Mamie. It so happened that Oscar answered the telephone and Cecil didn't wait to find out who it was. Oscar heard the tender messages and walked out. Now it is several days later and something else has happened. Here we go." Closing announcement: "No indeed, Mamie doesn't want an electric refrigerator; not while Oscar is still in the ice business." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100381. Cecil and Sally. February 24, 1932. Program #669. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The romance between Mamie and Oscar, the ice man, isn't progressing very well. Mamie tried to feed his horse some carrots while she had a broom in her hand. The horse ate the broom instead and became very sick. Oscar became very angry. And because he couldn't deliver ice, Sally's uncle Thomas ordered a new electric refrigerator. This would have kept Oscar away permanently. When the man came to install it, Mamie ran him away with the rest of the broom. Since then Sally has gathered some more news and is ready to tell it to Cecil. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Yes, indeed, Cecil promised and Sally isn't the girl to let him get out of it." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100382. Cecil and Sally. February 25, 1932. Program #670. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "In return for telling him all the news about the romance between Mamie and Oscar, the ice man, Sally made Cecil promise to do her a favor. Cecil was gullible enough to listen to the story before he knew what the favor was to be. Then Sally sprung it on him. She has to buy her grandfather a nightgown for a birthday present and wanted Cecil to go along with her. As the scene opens now, Cecil and Sally are getting on an elevator in the department store. Here we go." Closing announcement: "In the basement, and if Cecil isn't smart, he'll either walk down or take an express elevator." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100383. Cecil and Sally. February 26, 1932. Program #671. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally tricked Cecil into going shopping with her and took him downtown to a department store. She wanted to buy her grandfather a nice nightgown for his birthday. Sally was running the expedition and Cecil couldn't help himself very much. They spent considerable time in the elevator because Sally couldn't find the right floor. Now we have finally located the nightgown department in the basement and Sally is getting ready to make her purchase. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Now you men who are listening and have been shopping with your wives can say something if you think it's safe." The body of the show only John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100385. Cecil and Sally. February 27, 1932. Program #673. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. This is the first program of the series that was sent to subscribing stations of 33 1/3 rpm records, instead of the previous 78 rpm records. The rest of the programs in this series were issued on 33 1/3 rpm recordings. Opening announcement: "When Oscar, the ice man, asked Mamie Snodgrass to go to a picture show, she was evasive. Finally she told him that he had better give her a ring the next day and by that time she would have made up her mind. Oscar is a simple soul, still uses a horse and wagon to deliver his ice and is not used to modern slang. As a result, Oscar misunderstood Mamie. He brought her an engagement ring and now Mamie and Oscar are engaged. We join Cecil and Sally on the following night. Here we go." Closing announcement: "We can't help but wonder how Oscar will feel when he hears about this." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100384. Cecil and Sally. February 27, 1932. Program #672. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally went shopping yesterday and had quite an exciting time making the rounds of the department stores. While they were gone Mamie was carrying on her romance with Oscar, the ice man. Sally has been worried lately about the romance because Oscar didn't seem very responsive; at least when Mamie went over and helped him with his sick horse and until she refused to let Uncle Thomas to install an electric refrigerator. As the result of all this Sally has some exciting news to tell Cecil. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Mamie is exactly right. It doesn't matter much how she got it as long as she got it." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100386. Cecil and Sally. February 29, 1932. Program #674. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Oscar, the ice man, gave Mamie Snodgrass an engagement ring. Iy was sort of a misunderstanding on his part, but Mamie was very enthusiastic about the idea of being engaged. And she was very proud of the ring. When Cecil arrived, Sally took him out in the kitchen to see it. While she washed the dishes, Mamie had put the ring in an envelope for safe keeping. The envelope disappeared; went out with the garbage. A whole day has passed since then and the house has been in an uproar. Cecil and Sally are still involved in the search for the missing ring as the scene opens. Here we go." Closing announcement: "After that you can't tell us that many a garbage man's overalls don't [doesn't] cover an honest heart." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100387. Cecil and Sally. March 1, 1932. Program #675. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Mamie Snodgrass lost the diamond engagement ring which Oscar, the iceman, gave her, the search threw the household into a turmoil. The next evening the garbage man telephoned and said he had found it. When he brought it back Mamie was very nice to him; rightly so, too. The garbage man was nice. For several days now Mamie has been accumulating a new interest and this is catching the interest of Cecil and Sally too. Here we go." Closing announcement: "That's quite all right, Mamie. At any rate you know he's a nice, honest garbage man." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100388. Cecil and Sally. March 2, 1932. Program #676. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Fate intervened just when Mamie Snodgrass and Oscar, the ice man, had become engaged. Mamie lost her engagement ring the first day. It was returned by the garbage man, a genial, generous, good-natured soul. He and Mamie became acquainted and the acquaintance has already ripened into an intimate degree of friendship. Sally, very much interested in the first romance, is quite scandalized and is telling Cecil how she feels. Here we go." Closing announcement: "How fortunate it was for Sally that she had just finished arguing the same point with Cecil." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100389. Cecil and Sally. March 3, 1932. Program #677. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The date of broadcast is indicated on the cue sheet as "March 18." Opening announcement: "Sally objected very much to Mamie's sudden change of heart. Just when Mamie became engaged to the ice man, she met the garbage man and has fallen hard for him. Sally contends this is fickleness and after all a garbage man is a garbage man. She and Cecil argued it at length. The Sybil, the girl next door, telephoned and started to tease Sally about the affair. Sally stuck up for Mamie, using all of Cecil's arguments. But since then Sally has a new idea and is telling Cecil what she has done. Here we go." Closing announcement: "If Oscar, the ice man, reads Nellie Lovewell's column, he's in for a big surprise." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100390. Cecil and Sally. March 4, 1932. Program #678. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Mamie threw down her fiance, Oscar, the ice man, and took up with Garret Gilroy, the garbage collector, Sally was worried. She wrote about the affair to Nellie Lovewell, who gives advice to the lovelorn in the evening paper. Cecil didn't like this so very well, but it was too late. As the scene opens now Sally has just reached for the evening paper and is turning to Nellie's column. Here we go." Closing announcement: "If we know what we're talking about as well as we think we do, there is trouble ahead and no mistake." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100391. Cecil and Sally. March 5, 1932. Program #679. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally was badly worried about Mamie's engagement to Oscar, the ice man. The day he gave her the ring she lost it. Garrett, the garbage collector, found the ring and returned it. This was the start of a new romance. Sally put the problem up to Nellie Lovewell, who writes advice to the lovelorn for the paper. The advice was that Mamie, Oscar and Garrett get together and talk things over. Mamie has arranged this meeting and as the scene opens we find Sally rather worried about what might happen. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Those of us who know Mamie can do quite a bit of thinking about how quiet she might have been." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100392. Cecil and Sally. March 7, 1932. Program #680. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Nellie Lovewell, who writes advice to the lovelorn in the paper, advised Mamie to get two boy friends, Oscar the ice man, and Garrett, the garbage man, together and talk things over. Mamie arranged the meeting in the lobby of the theatre. Oscar and Garrett met and it took a squad of police to pull them apart. Mamie was present of course and also became involved. She spent the night in jail. The scene now is the following night. Sally has been greatly worried but has just received some good news. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Mamie certainly knows how to handle her men. That's the end of Oscar and Uncle Thomas can now order an electric refrigerator." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100393. Cecil and Sally. March 8, 1932. Program #681. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Mamie introduced her two boy friends to each other they immediately put on a swell fight. The police put them and Mamie in jail. Oscar, the ice man, thought that because Mamie started it, she should pay the fine. This idea was the end of Oscar so far as Mamie is concerned. As a result she is wearing a new engagement ring, slightly large because it originally belonged to the first wife of Garrett, the garbage man. As the scene opens on the following night, Sally is happy over the outcome of the whole affair. Here we go." Closing announcement: "What a man Mamie's new beau has turned out to be. He should enter a popularity contest." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100394. Cecil and Sally. March 9, 1932. Program #682. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The first night after Mamie became engaged to Garrett, the garbage man, all the cooks in the neighborhood telephoned to her and the calls weren't messages of congratulations. It seems that Garrett is quite a philanderer and is also engaged to several other women around town. The situation is both exciting & engrossed in this new problem. Here we go." Closing announcement: "A long while ago Mamie did some bragging about how she beat all the lumberjacks playing cards when she cooked in the lumber camp. Those other women will not have a chance." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100395. Cecil and Sally. March 10, 1932. Program #683. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Mamie was scarcely engaged to Garrett, the garbage man, before she discovered that he was also engaged to several other women. You can imagine how excited Sally was about this. And as usual, Sally has offered a solution. All of these contenders for Garrett's grimy hand are to meet and decide theor fate in a game of poker; the winner to get the prize, one Garrett, the garbage man. As we join Cecil and Sally we find them much excited. Here we go." Closing announcement: "A nice friendly poker game for a great big stake, what a battle this is going to be." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100396. Cecil and Sally. March 11, 1932. Program #684. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Garrett Gilroy, the garbage man, is engaged not only to Mamie Snodgrass but also to several other cooks on his rounds. These women have decided to play a game of poker and the winner is to have undisputed right to this masculine prize. As the scene opens tables and chairs have been set up out in the garage and all the contenders are notified to be there. Cecil is just arriving on the scene and Sally has something important to tell him. Here we go." Closing announcement: "Lenz-Culbertson bridge tournament--Mamie Snodgrass-Garrett Gilroy poker tournament; one and the same." The reference to the Lenz-Culbertson tournament is about an actual event that took place from December, 1931 to January, 1932. After this episode, the cue sheets refer to "Garrett Gilroy" as "Garret Gilroy"). The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100397. Cecil and Sally. March 12, 1932. Program #685. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The battle of the centuries has begun. Ten contestants are engaged in one of the hardest fought games of cards ever played, and all for the love of Garret Gilroy. Mamie wouldn't let Cecil and Sally watch the match but kept them informed thru the losers, who would telephone Sally when they lost all their chips. The scene opens the next night, Mamie almost lost out the first night of play, but better luck tonight, Mamie. And now..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100398. Cecil and Sally. March 14, 1932. Program #686. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The second night of play and Mamie still hangs desperately on. Only two left now, Mamie and Lizzie. The last one to drop out phoned Sally and Said Mamie wanted to see her. The scene opens in the garage a few minutes later. The game is a great one, even Cecil who usually is very bored with Sally's numerous escapades seems to be anxious. And now..." Closing announcement: "Good girl Mamie, you fought hard and took long chances. G.G. will be proud of you." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100399. Cecil and Sally. March 15, 1932. Program #687. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Hurrah for Mamie, she won and to the victor belongs the spoils--(ahem), I mean the garbage man--nope, that doesn't sound so good either; anyway, Mamie gets the light of her life, G.G. the great lover. Mamie gave all her rivals a fair chance, now let them dare look sideways at him. The scene opens the next night, Mamie's success in love has put ideas in Sally's head. And now---." Closing announcement: "Does someone happen to have a handkerchief? A nice dry one?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100400. Cecil and Sally. March 16, 1932. Program #688. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally got into one of her life and love moods last night and strange to say, Cecil fell under the spell. They sat on the front porch and dreamed of the future, and ah, what a future! Mr. Smith died and they were separated and years later--Oh, it's too sad. The scene opens the next night, something has put Sally back in a happier frame of mind. And now---." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100401. Cecil and Sally. March 17, 1932. Program #689. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Boy, did Mamie get a surprise! Here she was a little worried about not liking G.G.'s father and mother and darned if G.G. didn't show up with enough children to start a basketball team. Seven of them, and were they tough? We'll let Cecil and Sally tell you about it. The scene opens the next night. And now---." Closing announcement: "Better get a book of magic, Sally. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100402. Cecil and Sally. March 18, 1932. Program #690. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Mamie has changed her mind about taking Garret Gilroy to be her very own until death do them part. She has seven good reasons for doing so, namely the seven children, easily compared to dynamite. Mamie was all set to make a complete getaway but Sally prevailed upon her to stay awhile, promising to find a way to break the engagement. The scene opens the next night. And now---." Closing announcement: "Gosh, that was a close call!" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100403. Cecil and Sally. March 19, 1932. Program #691. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The Widow Mason is back, and what a changed person, IN LOOKS--the disposition is just the same. Sally admitted a very theatrical looking woman, introduced herself and asked who was calling. The widow was furious and not until she answered several questions did Cecil and Sally realize she really was the same old widow with a new face and platinum blond hair. The scene opens the next night. And now---." Closing announcement: "Mrs. Gertrude Butterworth Mason, may I present Mr. Garret Gilroy D.D. Make yourself right at home G.G." The body of the show only John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100404. Cecil and Sally. March 21, 1932. Program #692. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Something is going to happen. G.G. called several times at the widow's house to see Mamie. Finally Mrs. Mason went over to see Sally and satisfy her curiosity. Sally explained he was the garbage man [and] engaged to Mamie. The widow was positive that a man named Garret Gilroy should be a capitalist and when Garret phoned, she asked him to drop in and see her. The scene opens the next night. And now---," Closing announcement: "If Garret wwill only keep quiet about his occupation, everything is going to turn out fine." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100405. Cecil and Sally. March 22, 1932. Program #693. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Unless the widow discovers G.G.'s real occupation, Mamie will have nothing to worry about. Mamie has tried to stay out of Garret's way and now Garret ditches Mamie to be with the widow. Everybody is happy, the widow thinks she has a rich capitalist in her grasp and Garret thinks he has found an angel. The scene opens a few nights later. And now---." Closing announcement: "You hold your breath, Mamie. It looks like you're in for a break." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100406. Cecil and Sally. March 23, 1932. Program #694. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The widow has Garret in her power, and he LOANED her the money to pay her rent and has taken her out several times. Cecil and Sally were discussing the widow and her latest conquest when Mrs. Mason phoned and requested that Mamie come right over and be sure to bring her engagement ring. The scene opens the next night. And now---." Closing announcement: "Nicely planned Mamie, that should even the score with the widow. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100407. Cecil and Sally. March 24, 1932. Program #695. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Mamie is a free woman again. The Widow Mason acted as spokesman while Garret sat, chewing his nails, and told Mamie she and Garret had found in each other a great love that knew no obstacles. Not even her love for her sister could induce her to give up the man Mamie once loved. Mamie pretended to be crushed and left the two lovers thinking they had done her a great wrong. The scene opens a few nights later. And now---." Closing announcement: "Here's hoping the temptation to change the pictures will not be TOO great." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100408. Cecil and Sally. March 25, 1932. Program #696. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Mrs. Mason is in the limelight. Her engagement to Doctor (the title she gave him) Garret Gilroy has been announced in the papers. The widow's picture was there and right next to it was a picture of a prize winning greyhound. Cecil wanted to reverse the pictures, leaving the headings the same and send the copy to Mrs. Mason but for once Sally thought it best to stay out of trouble. The scene opens the next night at Cecil's house. Cecil is trying to borrow some money from his aunt. And now---." Closing announcement: "You had better hurry Aunt Bess, you MIGHT have to explain to a dozen neighbors. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100409. Cecil and Sally. March 26, 1932. Program #697. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil's aunt has tried for some time to break Cecil of using slang witout success. A neighbor dropped in while Cecil was trying to borrow some money and Aunt Bess took advantage of the opportunity and taught Cecil a lesson. She used every slang expression she could think of, the neighbor was dumbfounded and Cecil was so embarrassed he tried to make excuses for his aunt. The scene opens a few nights later at Sally's house. And now---." Closing announcement: "In the future, Sally will be satisfied with ballroom dancing." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100410. Cecil and Sally. March 28, 1932. Program #698. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally made the mistake of telling Cecil she would like to be an adagio dancer. Cecil told her it was easy and if she would enter into the spirit, he could teach her a few stunts. They got along splendidly for a while, but when Cecil made her jump from the top of the piano into his arms, and just barely saved her from a bad fall, Sally had enough. The scene opens a few nights later, Sally is back on the subject of Mrs. Mason. And now---." Closing announcement: "Perhaps Cecil is right at that." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100411. Cecil and Sally. March 29, 1932. Program #699. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Mrs. Mason's wedding is not far off. We say Mrs. Mason's wedding because G.G. has practically no say in the matter. The widow offered to give Cecil and Sally five dollars apiece if they would sing and turn the pigeons loose at the ceremony but after Sally heard Cecil sing, she made arrangements for him just to take care of the pigeons. The scene opens the next night. And now---." Closing announcement: "It probably wasn't a very good tuxedo anyway Cecil. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100412. Cecil and Sally. March 30, 1932. Program #700. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil has to have a tuxedo for Mrs. Mason's wedding and let Sally talk him into asking Alexander for his. Cecil phoned Alexander, told him what a swell guy he was and when he thought he had him sweetened enough, asked to borrow his tux. Alexander flatly refused and the scene opens in a store the next day. Cecil and Sally are on their lunch hour, Cecil wants to rent a tux. And now---." Closing announcement: "Let's see, that will be a dollar and a half for cleaning charges please." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100413. Cecil and Sally. March 31, 1932. Program #701. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil is having a hard time getting a tuxedo to wear to the wedding. He tried to borrow one from Alexander and the next day went into a store to rent one. The salesman thought Cecil wanted to buy a tux and marked the suit for alterations. Cecil thought he was getting too much service and not until the man wanted sixty dollars did he realize he was in the wrong store. The scene opens the next night. And now---." Closing announcement: "Alright now, everybody hold their breath and hope that everything runs smoothly." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100414. Cecil and Sally. April 1, 1932. Program #702. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The widow's fifth marriage is not far off. She has arranged with Sally to sing "Oh Promise Me," and Cecil is to turn the white pigeons loose during the ceremony for atmosphere. The last we heard of Cecil and Sally they were leaving for the wedding. The scene opens a little later, Cecil and Sally have placed themselves behind some ferns in the hallway. And now---." Closing announcement: "Oh well, what are a couple of pigeons with so much at stake?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100171. Cecil and Sally. April 9, 1932. Program #709. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil has talked so much about his friend Willie that Sally got a little peeved. Cecil tried to stress his good points but Sally was uninterested until he told her Willie saw her picture and admired Cecil's taste very much. Sally immediately decided he must be a nice boy and asked Cecil to bring him over sometime. The scene opens the next night. And now..." Closing announcement: "Make up your mind Sally!" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100172. Cecil and Sally. April 11, 1932. Program #710. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally got a little mad when Cecil phoned Willie and told him Sally was just dying to meet him. Of course, Cecil saw no harm in expressing Sally's feelings and Sally has heard so much about Cecil's new friend that all was forgiven. The scene opens the next night, Cecil is bringing Willie over and we find Sally all excited waiting for their arrival. And now..." Closing announcement: "Too bad Sally, Willie seems to know three sentences..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105556. Cecil and Sally. April 12, 1932. Program #711. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally has met the great Willie and has formed an opinion of him which isn't very high. There was nothing the matter with Willie except he could only say two sentences, 'You tell 'em Cese' and 'Yea, I'll say so,'that is until Sally in desperation asked him if he wouldn't like to go to a show. Willie came to the front with a new sentence in the negative and Sally gave it up as a bad job. The scene opens the next night. And now..." Closing announcement: "Good girl Sally..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105557. Cecil and Sally. April 13, 1932. Program #712. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally gave Cecil to understand he wasn't to ask his friend Willie over again, EVER, and to phone him and tell him so. Before Cecil phoned he told her how Willie's father hadn't worked for over a year and how Willie couldn't get a job and didn't have any spending money to go to shows...That was enough for Sally, she told him to phone Willie and ask him right over. The scene opens the next night. And now..." Closing announcement: "That's what he probably meant anyway Sally..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105558. Cecil and Sally. April 14, 1932. Program #713. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally feels sorry for Willie and decided she would help him. She planned to ask her uncle to find a place for him in the music store but after she talked with Mr. Smith awhile, she thought it best to wait. It seems that she used his best straight razor to open a can besides burning up the notes he had intended to use in making a speech at the club that night. The scene opens the next night, Sally has a new idea. And now..." Closing announcement: "That was a close call Ccil..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105559. Cecil and Sally. April 15, 1932. Program #714. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally had Cecil worried abut his job. She had it all planned for him to do a good turn and give his job to Willie. Cecil had visions of not having any spending money and probably selling his car but agreed that Willie needed the job more than he. After getting his aunt's consent, Cecil phoned Willie and offered him his job but Willie refused to take it. Cecil breathed a sigh of relief and didn't press the matter. The scene opens the next night. And now..." Closing announcement: "A person that has enough, always seems to be able to get more. Here's hoping you stub your toe Alexander..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105566. Cecil and Sally. May 3, 1932. Program #729. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally almost forgot her good deed for the day and at the last moment asked Cecil what she could do. He suggested she go find a sick cat and make it well. Sally remembered Mrs. Belcher had a cat that wasn't feeling so well and made arrangements with her to bring back the cat's health. The scene opens the next night, Sally seems all broken up over something. And now..." Closing announcement: "The 'Deed A Day' club members finish what they start!" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105567. Cecil and Sally. May 4, 1932. Program #730. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally and Cecil bury the cat in a city park. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105568. Cecil and Sally. May 7, 1932. Program #733. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally had visions of making the club's thirty dollars grow into a hundred. That idea has been given up however, --the thirty dollars is gone, and Cecil's dog Nero is worth just thirty dollars more. Cecil buried the money is Nero's dog house and when they went to get it, all they found was a few scraps of newspaper Cecil wrapped the money in. The scene opens a little later, Cecil has taken Sally back to her house. And now..." Closing announcement: "It was hard to refuse, Cecil, but perhaps you did the right thing..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105569. Cecil and Sally. May 9, 1932. Program #734. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil is sharing Sally's worries now. Nero dug up the thirty dollars belonging to the 'Deed A Day' club and Cecil has promised to make it good. He took Sally home and told her not to worry as he would get it from his aunt, MAYBE. Just as Cecil was about to drive off, Pete, the man who hired Cecil's car last week walked by and offered him thirty dollars to rent his car a few nights a week. Cecil was afraid the man was a bootlegger and refused the offer but Pete gave him his phone number, just in case he changed his mind. The scene opens later at Cecil's house, Cecil is talking to his aunt. And now..." Closing announcement: "Aunt Bess, why DIDN'T you let Cecil have the thirty dollars?" The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105570. Cecil and Sally. May 10, 1932. Program #735. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil tried to get his aunt to give him thirty dollars to replace the thirty that Nero tore up. He wouldn't explain his situation for fear of losing Nero and his aunt saw no reason why he would want so much money. Cecil realized his only alternative would be to rent his car to Pete, regardless of whether he was an honest man or not. Just to make sure, he phoned Pete and was assured by him that everything was on the square. The scene opens the next day at the store, Sally is in for a pleasant surprise, and now..." Closing announcement: "Tough luck, Cecil..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105571. Cecil and Sally. May 11, 1932. Program #736. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil has found a way to make thirty dollars a week but it also means Alexander gets a break. Pete, the man who agreed to rent Cecil's car only wants it at night and of course Alexander just waits for a chance to cut in with Sally. Cecil gave Sally the thirty dollars at the store today but refused to tell her where he got it. The scene opens at Sally's house that night. Cecil has gone to meet Pete and we find Alexander talking to Sally. And now..." Closing announcement: "Don't brag TOO much Alexander..." The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105572. Cecil and Sally. May 14, 1932. Program #739. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally's giving a party tonight...sort of. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105573. Cecil and Sally. May 16, 1932. Program #740. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil arrives at Sally's party; Alexander's there too. There's bound to be a fight. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105574. Cecil and Sally. May 17, 1932. Program #741. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. It's a good thing Sally likea bananas. It's a long story. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105575. Cecil and Sally. May 18, 1932. Program #742. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally are walking to the movies. But Cecil has a nail in his shoe. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:48. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

105576. Cecil and Sally. May 24, 1932. Program #747. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has a new suit. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:11. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

105577. Cecil and Sally. May 25, 1932. Program #748. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Mrs. Mason has told Uncle Thomas that Cecil has taken money out of the cash register. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:42. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

105578. Cecil and Sally. May 26, 1932. Program #749. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally knows why the money is missing from the cash register. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105579. Cecil and Sally. May 27, 1932. Program #750. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. If Sally were born all over again, who would she like to be. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105580. Cecil and Sally. September 28, 1932. Program #857. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The Agnes and Sally friendship is definitely off. When Sally phoned Agnes to ask her to return the things she borrowed, Agnes said she had lost Sally's purse. It was Sally's most prized possession and when Agnes refused to replace it, Cecil came to Sally's defense and phoned Mrs. Mason. The widow was just as stubborn until Mr. Smith discovered the trouble. He phoned Mrs. Mason who promptly said she had every intention of buying Sally a new purse. The scene opens the next night at Sally's house. And now..." Closing announcement: "As the old Greeks used to say Sally, 'If it will make you feel any better, sever thy nose and break into gay laughter.'" The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105581. Cecil and Sally. September 29, 1932. Program #858. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "As far as we know, Agnes isn't the Widow Mason's daughter but she certainly has displayed some of the more irritating traits that so well mark the C-H-A-R-M-I-N-G widow. When Mr. Smith saw to it that Mrs. Mason replaced the purse Agnes lost, Agnes told Sybil that the purse Sally had loaned her was old and worn out. Sally found out about it and now she IS mad. The scene opens the next night in front of Mrs. Mason's house, Sally has an idea. An now..." Closing announcement: "Serves you right Mrs. Mason, pleasant dreams!" The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105582. Cecil and Sally. September 30, 1932. Program #859. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally is determined to prove that Agnes is Mrs. Mason's daughter. She decided the only way was to search the widow's house for clues. She needed an excuse to get in the house so she made Cecil break a window. It so happened that the widow was taking a bath at the time and within a few minutes she came running out, wrapped in a dressing gown. She called a policeman but luck was with Cecil and Sally, he took one look at the widow and led her off to jail, charging her with indecent exposure. The scene opens a few minutes later in Mrs. Mason's bedroom. And now..." Closing announcement: "Here's a good one Sally, 'Pardon us Mrs. Mason, we were just wondering if you needed some nice new moth-balls.'" The body of the show only, the date is approximate. . 8:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105583. Cecil and Sally. October 1, 1932. Program #860. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "After the policeman took the Widow Mason off to jail for indecent exposure, Cecil and Sally went to Mrs. Mason's bedroom to do a little detective work. Before they could get out, Mrs. Mason returned and they had to hide in the clothes closet. Mrs. Mason went right to bed and the scene opens about an hour later. Cecil and Sally are still hiding in the closet and all they have to do now is get out without waking Mrs. Mason. And now..." Closing announcement: "Oh, by the way Mrs. Mason, did you know that you snored?" The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105584. Cecil and Sally. October 3, 1932. Program #861. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The Widow Mason returned before Cecil and Sally expected her and they were forced to hide in her bedroom closet. They waited until she was asleep and tried to sneak out but discovered she had locked the door leading to the hall. After several unsuccessful attempts to get the key from under her pillow, Sally decided the only way was to waken the widow. The scene opens a minute later, Mrs. Mason is about to receive the shock of her life. And now..." Closing announcement: "We had such a nice time at your party Mrs. Mason..." The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105585. Cecil and Sally. October 4, 1932. Program #862. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Mrs. Mason woke up to find Cecil and Sally in her bedroom, it looked like curtains for the amateur detectives. Mrs. Mason grabbed the phone and asked for the police but once again luck was with Cecil and Sally. Cecil turned on the lights and exposed Mrs. Mason with grey hair and her red wig hanging on the bedpost. Of course the widow realized she was licked and let them go with the promise that they would never tell a soul. The scene opens a few nights later at Sally's house. Sally has just discovered something. And now..." Closing announcement: "There's something for Cecil to worry about." In the newspaper...Alexander Lucre Sr. is going to marry Mrs. Mason! Alexander and Cecil have another fight. The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105586. Cecil and Sally. October 5, 1932. Program #863. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Alexander, just back from college, dropped in to see Sally. Of course it was the opportunity Cecil had been waiting for and the minute Alexander walked in, Cecil told him he was going to paste him one. Alexander's answer was a neatly placed right to Cecil's eye which sent Cecil on a trip to dreamland. Alexander calmly told Sally he had taken boxing lessons at school and with that he walked out, leaving Sally to break the news to Cecil. The scene opens a minute later, Cecil is just coming to. And now..." Closing announcement: "Watch out now Alexander..." Cecil wakes up after being knocked out by Alexander. Cecil decides to take boxing lessons. The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105587. Cecil and Sally. October 6, 1932. Program #864. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil is on the war-path. After his encounter with Alexander, he decided to get a little experience before he tackled him again. He asked Willie to practice with him, but Willie said he fell on his head when he was a baby and a blow might make him crazy. Cecil found an advertisement on the science of self-protection taught be Professor Stockybuilt so he and Sally left for the gymnasium. The scene opens a little later, Cecil and Sally are just outside the Professor's office. And now..." Closing announcement: "Pardon me, where's the door?" Cecil and Sally visit a gymnasium so Cecil can learn how to box. The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105588. Cecil and Sally. October 7, 1932. Program #865. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil went to see Otto Stockybuilt who teaches the science of self-protection and was just about to sign up for a course when the Professor told him that Alexander was in the class. To make matters worse, the Professor said he intended to match Cecil with Alexander so they could practice together. Cecil decided he didn't like the place anyhow so he and Sally left. The scene opens the next night at Sally's house. And now..." Closing announcement: "Mamie would make a good partner Cecil!" Cecil has decided to not take boxing lessons when he discovers Alexander trains in the same gym. Uncle Thomas teaches Cecil a thing or two about boxing. The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105589. Cecil and Sally. October 8, 1932. Program #866. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil is determined to learn all the fine points of boxing before he takes on Alexander again. He bought a pair of boxing gloves and was showing them to Sally when Mr. Smith came home. Sally thought her uncle would object but he offered to go a few rounds with Cecil. They put on the gloves and for awhile Cecil got the worst of it but he finally landed a nice one on Mr. Smith's eye and Sally had to run for the beefsteak. The scene opens about two weeks later at Sally's house. And now..." Closing announcement: "Perhaps Mr. Smith will be on your side Cecil." Willie has a new invention to help Cecil learn how to box. Alexander's father is coming tonight to visit Uncle Thomas. There's going to be a fight. The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105590. Cecil and Sally. October 10, 1932. Program #867. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil tried to keep his practicing a secret, but Sally let the cat out of the bag. Alexander went around bragging about Cecil dodging him and Sally's answer was that Cecil fully intended to take on Alexander in the very near future. The story got to Mr. Luker who phoned Sally that he was coming over to see Mr. Smith. He sounded pretty mad and as the scene opens a few minutes later we find Cecil and Sally trying to explain the situation to Mr. Smith. And now..." Closing announcement: "We have a hunch that something is going to happen." There's $30,000 bet on the fight between Cecil and Alexander. The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105591. Cecil and Sally. October 11, 1932. Program #868. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Mr. Luker found out that Cecil was training to fight his son so he went over to see Mr. Smith. He stormed around and accused Mr. Smith of promoting the street brawl and Mr. Smith managed to keep his temper until Mr. Luker said that Alexander could whip Cecil easily. Words began to fly and it ended by Mr. Smith betting his store against thirty thousand dollars that Cecil could whip Alexander. Both men agreed to keep their bet a secret. The scene opsns the next night at Sally's house. And now..." Closing announcement: "Dirty work at the cross-roads!" After a private conversation between Uncle Thomas and Mr. Luker, there's going to be a fight for sure. Mrs. Mason offers Cecil $50 to lose the fight with Alexander. The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105592. Cecil and Sally. October 12, 1932. Program #869. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Mr. Luker goaded Sally's uncle into betting his store against thirty thousand dollars that Alexander could beat Cecil the first time they fought. Of course we don't like to say things about Mr. Luker but a funny thing happened the next day, which might not prove so funny for Mr. Smith. Mrs. Mason offered Cecil a check for fifty dollars to let Alexander whip him in their first encounter. Cecil accepted the check and Mrs. Mason made him promise not to tell a soul. The scene opens the next night at Sally's house. And now..." Closing announcement: "Boy! That's going to be S-O-M-E party!" The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105593. Cecil and Sally. October 13, 1932. Program #870. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Mrs. Mason gave Cecil fifty dollars to let Alexander beat him the first time they met. Cecil figured it was easy money and decided to throw a big party. Sally suggested that they hold the party at her house, so they went over the list of friends they had to see who to invite. They intended to have forty or fifty guests but by the time they eliminated those they didn't want, the list narrowed down to Willie and Flossie. The scene opens the next night, Sally has some bad news. And now..." Closing announcement: "Curses, foiled again!" The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105594. Cecil and Sally. October 14, 1932. Program #871. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally planned to have a big party but by the time they eliminated those they didn't want, the guests dwindled to Willie and Flossie. Mr. Smith found out about the party of four and told them to either invite all their friends or no party. Sally decided to ask the gang, including Sybil and Alexander. The scene opens at Sally's house the night of the party. And now..." Closing announcement: "Remember the fifty dollars Cecil." The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105595. Cecil and Sally. October 15, 1932. Program #872. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The party so far isn't a huge success as far as Cecil is concerned. Our good friend Alexander assumed charge of the entertainment and has succeeded in making Cecil the goat in every game played. Cecil has just been aching to sock Alexander but his agreement with Mrs. Mason compels him to let Alexander lick him in their fist fight and he has no intention of taking a beating in front of all the guests. The scene opens a few minutes later, the party is in full swing and we find Sally talking to Cecil in the pantry. And now..." Closing announcement: "You're going to earn that fifty dollars Cecil." The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105596. Cecil and Sally. October 17, 1932. Program #873. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil got tired of having Alexander make him the laughing stock of the party, so he went out into the pantry. He arranged with Sally to get Alexander in the pantry with him and then tried to make Alexander fight but the plan didn't work. They pulled each other's tie out and mussed hair but that's as far as Alexander would go. Sally came in and of course had to let the cat out of the bag. She thought the fight was over and mentioned Cecil's agreement with Mrs. Mason. When Alexander realized that Cecil wouldn't fight back, he started in to clean up on him. The scene opens a minute later. And now..." Closing announcement: "Now Cecil will have Mrs. Mason to deal with." The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105597. Cecil and Sally. October 18, 1932. Program #874. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Alexander refused to fight Cecil until Sally, thinking the fight was over, came out to the pantry and let the secret out. When Alexander realized Cecil wouldn't fight back, he started in to trim Cecil. Sally's uncle heard the story then told Cecil about his bet with Mr. Luker. Alexander tried to run away but the fight was finished right then and there much to Mr. Smith's satisfaction. The scene opens the next night at Sally's house. And now..." Closing announcement: "It seems to us that we've heard that before." The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105598. Cecil and Sally. October 27, 1932. Program #881. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "In order to locate Gus, Cecil and Sally went to a fortune teller. Sally had hopes of getting all the information she wanted for twenty five cents, but every time the Madame reached an interesting point, the spirits faded away. Before the Madame would call the spirits back, she had to have her palm crossed with more silver. After doling out two dollars, Sally decided it would be cheaper to advertise. The scene opens the next night at Sally's house. And now..." Closing announcement: "Yes, and it looks like trouble ahead too, Cecil." Sally is trying to find out where Mrs. Mason's husband is. She's put an ad in the evening newspaper. "Truth is mightier than the sword." The body of the show only, the date is approximate John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105599. Cecil and Sally. October 28, 1932. Program #882. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally put an 'ad' in the personal column of the newspaper, addressed to Gus, and signed Sally. Mrs. Mason saw the 'ad' and phoned Sally to bawl her out. Our young detectives figured the widow must have had a reason for looking in the personal column, and sure enough, they found an 'ad' addressed to G.B. saying "Terms O.K., meet me at Dutton Place on Pike's Road, and signed G.M. Cecil and Sally started right out for Dutton Place in Ben Hur. The scene opens a little later, they have just stopped at a gas station on the outskirts of town. And now..." Closing announcement: "Well, here's wishing you luck." At a gas station asking for two gallons of gasoline. The attendant sounds like Frankenstein. The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105600. Cecil and Sally. October 29, 1932. Program #883. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "On the way to the Dutton place, Cecil and Sally stopped at a gas station. A stranbge old man waited on them, and when Cecil asked for directions, the fellow told them not to go there under any circumstances. He said the place only brought death to those who dared to enter, but when he realized Cecil and Sally would not heed his warning, he told them a secret way to reach the attic. The scene opens in the attic of the Dutton place about an hour later. A storm has come up, and Sally is getting a little nervous. And now..." Closing announcement: "That's the best thought you've had for a long time, Cecil, but it's too late now." Cecil and Sally are hiding in the attic of an empty house; they're locked in! The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105601. Cecil and Sally. October 31, 1932. Program #884. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally are in the attic of an old deserted place called 'Hangman's House.' Outside it's raining, loud peals of thunder frighten them. They see a figure cloaked in black on the floor below. Sally screams--the light below goes out--they run to the door--it's locked--ssh, Sally is talking." Closing announcement: "Who is guilty?" Cecil and Sally find a body in the attic. The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105602. Cecil and Sally. November 1, 1932. Program #885. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally discovered they had been locked in the attic, their cries for help brought no answer. They had about given up hope when they heard someone moving just outside the door and THEN all of a sudden a long, piercing scream split the air. They felt their way over to the door and found it had been opened. Cecil stepped on a flashlight, he gathered his courasge--turned it on, and discovered the body of Mr. Butterworth lying on the floor, a knife in his back. Cecil grabbed Sally and got her home just as fast as good old Ben Hur would run. The scene opens at Sally's house the next night, Cecil has just arrived to greet a very frightened Sally. And now..." Closing announcement: "Poor Mr. Smith, his troubles are never over." Back in Sally's house, this evening's paper has a headline: "Man Murdered In Deserted Farm House." The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105603. Cecil and Sally. November 2, 1932. Program #886. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally ARE in hot water now. Cecil is afraid he left a postal card addressed to him in the farm house where Mr. Butterworth was killed. The police have already found the body and the few facts known are in the headlines. Cecil and Sally decided they would have to tell Mr. Smith the whole story. Sally has just called her uncle. The scene opens a minute later. And now..." Closing announcement: "Well, this does look serious now." Cecil and Sally tell Uncle Thomas that they're involved with the murder. Uncle Thomas was in the house with Mrs. Mason. The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105604. Cecil and Sally. November 3, 1932. Program #887. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally told Mr. Smith that they were in the old farm house the night Mr. Butterworth was murdered. Sally wanted to phone the police and tell the whole story, but Mr. Smith put a stop to that. He explained that he and Mrs. Mason were at the farm house the same night, and for the present not to mention the affair to anyone. The scene opens a minute later. And now..." Closing announcement: "Sally will have a hard time getting Mrs. Mason to talk." Uncle Thomas explains why he was in the house when the murder took place. The body of the show only. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105605. Cecil and Sally. November 4, 1932. Program #888. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "So far, we know that on the night Gus was murdered, four other persons were at the lonely farm house; Cecil, Sally, Mrs. Mason and Mr. Smith. Sally was all for putting the blame on Mrs. Mason, but Mr. Smith said he was with the widow every minute. Sally still thinks, however, that Mrs. Mason had SOMETHING to do with the unfortunate affair. The scene opens a few nights later at Sally's house. "And now..." Closing announcement: "Never let it be said that Cecil and Sally leave anything undone!" The dead body was Mrs. Mason's ex-husband. Who stabbed him? The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105606. Cecil and Sally. November 5, 1932. Program #889. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The mystery surrounding Mr. Butterworth's death has our young detectives baffled. Mrs. Mason, Sally's only suspect has definitely been cleared by Mr. Smith who was with her at the time of the tragedy. Cecil hit upon the idea that the guilty person would return to the scene of the crime so he and Sally started out for the Dutton place armed with Mr. Smith's revolver. The scene opens about an hour later. Cecil and Sally are walking toward the old farm house. The stillness of the black night, broken only by the crickets, is getting on Sally's nerves. And now..." Closing announcement: "NOW, w're beginning to get some place." Cecil and Sally return to the scene of the crime; and Cecil has a revolver. Mr. Luker is seen sneaking out of the house. The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105607. Cecil and Sally. November 7, 1932. Program #890. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally went back to the old farm house hoping to catch the murderer if he returned to the scene of his crime. They had a flashlight and Mr. Smith's revolver, and as they approached the secret entrance, they heard someone coming out. Imagine their suprise when Mr. Luker appeared. Cecil yelled at him to stop, but Mr. Luker ducked and ran for the main road. The scene opens the next night at Sally's house. And now..." Closing announcement: Sounds all right, Alexander, but it looks bad for Mr. Luker." Sally invites Alexander over and asks him questions about the murder. The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105608. Cecil and Sally. November 8, 1932. Program #891. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally invited Alexander over, hoping to gain some information from him about Mr. Luker being at the old farm house. Alexander fell right into the trap and told Cecil and Sally that his father WAS at the Dutton place the night of the tragedy. Sally thought the mystery was solved, but Alexander went on to say that he and his father were just driving out in the country when they stopped at the old house to get some water for the car. The scene opens the next night at Sally's house. And now..." Closing announcement: "Well, at least there is safety in numbers." That's the trouble with clues. The less you are know, the better off you are. Now is turns out that Mamie was at the house too. The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105609. Cecil and Sally. November 9, 1932. Program #892. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "The murder case is getting the best of Sally. The latest dope is that Mamie and her gentleman friend, Alvin, went out to the old farm house the night of the tragedy. Mamie explained to Cecil and Sally that she had known Gus before and he had asked her to take some food out to him. The scene opens the next night at Sally's house. Cecil and Sally have come to the conclusion that as detectives, they're not so good. And now..." Closing announcement: "Now, all that has to be done is to convince the police of that." After a week of detecting, Cecil is ready to give up. The police would like to speak with Uncle Thomas. The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105610. Cecil and Sally. November 12, 1932. Program #895. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Cecil called on Sally, he found the door locked and bolted. Sally let him in and explained that her uncle had told her to lock all the doors and not to leave the house. Cecil and Sally do not know that Pete has escaped from jail and think that Mr. Smith is taking unnecessary precautions but something has just happened. Sally went out to the kitchen to get a glass of water and didn't return. Cecil started yelling for her and the scene opens a minute later. And now..." Closing announcement: "Your troubles are just beginning, Mr. Albertack." There's somebody out in the back yard. The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105611. Cecil and Sally. November 14, 1932. Program #896. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Cecil and Sally have again incurred the great displeasure of Mr. Albertack. Cecil saw someone prowling about Sally's house and thinking it was a robber, hit him over the head. When Mr. Albertack came to, Sally let it slip that she and Cecil had been at the old farm house the night Gus was murdered. The scene opens a minute later. Mr. Albertack is trying to put the blame on Sally. And now..." Closing annpouncement: "Cecil and Sally are in a tough spot now." The body of the show only, the date is approcimate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105613. Cecil and Sally. November 15, 1932. Program #897. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Mr. Albertack has taken upon himself the job of solviong the murder mystery. When he threatened to take Sally to jail, his troubles began. Cecil took the blame then Mrs. Mason, Mr. Luker, Mr. Smith and to make the puzzle complete, Mamie said that she was the guilty one. After hearing all their stories, Mr. Albertack said he would take Sally anyway, but he'll have to hunt awhile before he finds her. Mamie and Mr. Smith blocked his way while Cecil and Sally ran. The scene opens a few hours later at the Dutton place, where Cecil and Sally are hiding. And now..." Closing announcement: "You'll get yours someday, Pete." The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105614. Cecil and Sally. November 16, 1932. Program #898. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "When Cecil and Sally got away from Mr. Albertack, they drove out to the Dutton place. They wrote a note to Mr. Smith telling him where they were hiding and to come out alone and bring some food. Before Cecil could get out to mail the note, who should walk in but Pete. He took the note from Cecil and then told them he was the one that killed Mr. Butterworth, thinking it was Mr. Smith. Then he locked Cecil and Sally in the room and went out to mail Cecil's note to Mr. Smith. The scene opens a few minutes later. And now..." Closing announcement: "Somnething will have to be done and done quickly." The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105615. Cecil and Sally. November 17, 1932. Program #899. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Just before Mr. Smith arrived at the Dutton place, Pete knocked Cecil out and gagged Sally. Mr. Smith walked into the room and found himself looking into the muzzle of Pete's revolver. Pete was so busy covering Mr. Smith that he didn't notice Cecil and Sally slipping out of the room. When he discovered they had escaped, he told Mr. Smith he had one minute to live. The scene opens a second later. And now..." "Closing announcement: "Stout fella." The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

105616. Cecil and Sally. November 18, 1932. Program #900. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Pete gave Mr. Smith one minute to live and when the allotted time was up, he pulled the trigger, but he was just a second too late. Cecil crept up behind Pete and tackled him just as he fired. The bullet grazed Mr. Smith's arm but Pete was securely tied before Sally's uncle fainted from loss of blood. From then on Cecil took charge and managed to get Pete and Mr. Smith to the police station. The scene opens the next night in Mr. Smith's room. Cecil and Sally have just enetered. And now..." Closing announcement: "That will be hard to eplain, Mr. Smith." The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

100208. Cecil and Sally. January 9, 1933. Program #944. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally talked Cecil into selling Ben Hur to get enough money to buy a marriage license. The idea wasn't so bad, but now instead of Ben Hur, Cecil owns a saxophone. No one had any ready cash, so Cecil traded. First he had a washing machine...then a vacuum cleaner...and finally the saxophone. The scene opens the next night at Sally's house. And now..." Closing announcement: "Play some more, Cecil. You might get enough for the honeymoon! Uncle Thomas is going to marry Mrs. Mason, but first there's the small matter of a quarantine. The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 7:26. Audio condition: Good. Incomplete.

89888. Cecil and Sally. February 7, 1933. Program #969. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Mrs. Mason plans to sue Uncle Thomas. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89889. Cecil and Sally. February 8, 1933. Program #970. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. An introduction to little Otis. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89890. Cecil and Sally. February 9, 1933. Program #971. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Gertrude Butterworth Mason is writing the story of her life in the local newspaper, "The Glare." The breach-of-promise suit against Uncle Thomas receives a lot of publicity. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89891. Cecil and Sally. February 10, 1933. Program #972. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. The breach-of-promise trial is broadcast on the radio...by a sportscaster! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89892. Cecil and Sally. February 11, 1933. Program #973. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Mrs. Mason testifies at the trial. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89893. Cecil and Sally. February 13, 1933. Program #974. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. The breach-of-promise testimony continues. The body of the show only. Mention is made that a $2 bill is "unlucky." The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89894. Cecil and Sally. February 14, 1933. Program #975. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Sally testifies at the trial. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89895. Cecil and Sally. February 15, 1933. Program #976. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Sally is cross-examined at the breach-of-promise trial. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89896. Cecil and Sally. February 16, 1933. Program #977. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Uncle Thomas testifies at the breach-of-promise trial. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89897. Cecil and Sally. February 17, 1933. Program #978. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Waiting for the verdict, a list of those Sally hates. The verdict is, "not guilty," Mrs. Mason loses! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89898. Cecil and Sally. February 18, 1933. Program #979. MacGregor and Ingram syndication. Mrs. Mason still wants to be friends with Uncle Thomas, but Sally is rude to her on the telephone. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89899. Cecil and Sally. February 20, 1933. Program #980. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil complains about little Otis. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89900. Cecil and Sally. March 7, 1933. Program #993. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is waiting in a vacant lot for his big fight. Thirteen guys show up for the fight. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89901. Cecil and Sally. March 8, 1933. Program #994. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The watch that Otis took has disappeared. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89902. Cecil and Sally. March 14, 1933. Program #999. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Otis has been run over and is in the hospital. He may never walk again. Cecil mentions that his full name is "Cecil Shotridge." Cecil and Sally talk with the doctor in the hospital. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89903. Cecil and Sally. March 15, 1933. Program #1000. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally visit with Otis at the hospital. They tell him the story of, "Anthony and Cleopatra." The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89904. Cecil and Sally. March 16, 1933. Program #1001. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Aunt Bess and Doc have interrupted their honeymoon to fly home for Otis' operation. The body of the show only. The is date approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89905. Cecil and Sally. March 17, 1933. Program #1002. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally are in the waiting room during Otis' operation. Otis may be able to walk again. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89906. Cecil and Sally. March 18, 1933. Program #1003. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil brings his dog Nero to visit with Otis while he's still in the hospital. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89907. Cecil and Sally. March 20, 1933. Program #1004. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil announces that he's going to college! There's going to be a going-away party. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89908. Cecil and Sally. March 21, 1933. Program #1005. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has gone shopping for college clothes...including a tux! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89909. Cecil and Sally. March 22, 1933. Program #1006. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sybil's cousin George is coming for a visit, and he's going to be living right next door. Cecil is jealous. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89910. Cecil and Sally. March 23, 1933. Program #1007. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally has gone to the library to borrow a book of poetry for George. The body of the program only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89911. Cecil and Sally. March 24, 1933. Program #1008. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. At Cecil's going-away party, Sally has danced with George, and Cecil's very unhappy about it. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89912. Cecil and Sally. March 25, 1933. Program #1009. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has left for college. Sally gets Uncle Thomas to send her to college too. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89913. Cecil and Sally. March 27, 1933. Program #1010. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil moves in and meets Bob, his room-mate at college. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89914. Cecil and Sally. March 28, 1933. Program #1011. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally surprises Cecil by showing up at college. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89915. Cecil and Sally. March 29, 1933. Program #1012. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. After two weeks at college, Cecil calls his room-mate Bob, Sally calls her room-mate Isabel. A meeting is planned for the soda fountain. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89916. Cecil and Sally. March 30, 1933. Program #1013. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil, Sally and their room-mates finally get to meet. It's not exactly love at first sight! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89917. Cecil and Sally. March 31, 1933. Program #1014. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Isabel arrived at the street corner while Sally was across the street phoning to see what was keeping her. Cecil, not knowing who she was, kidded her and made her mad. When Sally returned, she excused herself and left. Then Cecil went to phone Bob, who put in his appearance while Sally was alone. He, in turn, kidded Sally and she resented it. When he learned who Sally was, he left without waiting for proper introductions. The scene opens several days leter. Cecil and Sally have just met at their rendezvous-a stone bench on the edge of the campus. And now..." Closing announcement: "Oh, oh, watch your step now, Cecil!..." Cecil is planning to join a fraternity. The body of the show only. Sally invites Cecil to try out for a part in, "Romeo and Juliet." The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89918. Cecil and Sally. April 1, 1933. Program #1015. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Alexander, an upper classman at the fraternity, gives Cecil a hard time, and a paddling! Cecil is not to speak a word for 24 hours. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89919. Cecil and Sally. April 3, 1933. Program #1016. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is the last to audition for the part of Romeo, after 52 others. The body of the program only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89920. Cecil and Sally. April 4, 1933. Program #1017. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally brings Cecil to a vacant house. It has a balcony, so they can rehearse, "Romeo and Juliet." They find what appears to be a dead body. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89921. Cecil and Sally. April 5, 1933. Program #1018. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "Sally wanted the proper atmosphere to rehearse her part of Juliet in the forthcoming play; so she made Cecil drive her to an empty house she had seen, and, with the aid of a ladder they found handy, climbed to the balcony and started rehearsing. While Cecil was trying to remember his lines, she turned to inspect the empty room behind her, and made a startling discovery. A man lay perfectly still on the floor. He cry brought Cecil up to investigate. The scene opens a moment later. And now..." Closing announcement: "Think of something quick, Cecil!" Cecil and Sally become the prisoners of the strange man on the floor. He is "no-one" and "nothing." The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89922. Cecil and Sally. April 6, 1933. Program #1019. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "While using the balcony of an old vacant house as a stage, Cecil and Sally fell into the hands of an aged and demented scientist, who wants to renew his strength with their life blood. They have been threatened with death if they touch the doorknob. The scene opens a little later in the cellar of the vacant house. Cecil and Sally are alone. And now..." Closing announcement: "So! The plot thickens!" The strange man brings an imaginary feast to the cellar, and a sharp knife with which to carve it. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89923. Cecil and Sally. April 7, 1933. Program #1020. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Opening announcement: "In an effort to throw a scare into Cecil and Sally, Alexander hired an actor to pretend he was a demented scientist who was going to transfer their youthful strength and vigor to his own aged body. But Alexander had reckoned without Cecil's sleuthing ability. Peeping through the keyhole as the man left the room, Cecil saw Alexander give him some money. So they decide to hatch a plot of their own. The scene opens a few seconds later. And now..." Closing announcement: "All's well that ends well!" The strange man turns out to be an actor hired by Alexander to scare Cecil and Sally. Revenge is sweet!" The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89924. Cecil and Sally. April 8, 1933. Program #1021. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has a cold. Cold water was thrown on him at the fraternity house. Alexander has left the college. The body of the show only. The date is apparoxcimate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89925. Cecil and Sally. April 10, 1933. Program #1022. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Alexander has returned and has put ants in Cecil's costume for "Romeo and Juliet." The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89926. Cecil and Sally. April 11, 1933. Program #1023. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil plans to use a beetle to scare Alexander. But that exotic beetle is from Egypt and costs $300! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89927. Cecil and Sally. April 12, 1933. Program #1024. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. A visit from Uncle Thomas and Aunt Bess. They're going to see "Romeo and Juliet." The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89928. Cecil and Sally. April 13, 1933. Program #1026. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil ruined the performance of "Romeo and Juliet" by forgetting his lines, falling off the balcony and tearing his tights! However, the balcony scene was a hit! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89929. Cecil and Sally. April 14, 1933. Program #1027. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The dean has appointed Cecil in charge of collecting money for the new stadium. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89930. Cecil and Sally. April 15, 1933. Program #1028. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally try to collect money for the stadium, not realizing they're at a gambling den. When the cops raid the place, they're arrested too! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89931. Cecil and Sally. April 17, 1933. Program #1029. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally are brought before the night judge. Sally is fined $50, Cecil uses the money raised for the stadium to get her out of jail. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89932. Cecil and Sally. April 18, 1933. Program #1030. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Back in his room, Cecil's room-mate returns; soon afterward, Cecil discovers that the money collected for the stadium has been stolen. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89933. Cecil and Sally. April 19, 1933. Program #1031. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has "lost" the money that belonged to the college. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89934. Cecil and Sally. April 20, 1933. Program #1032. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has been frantically trying to raise the money to replace the stolen $550, with no luck. Room-mate Bob confesses that he stole the money. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89935. Cecil and Sally. April 21, 1933. Program #1033. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally report to the dean's office to face the music. They're both expelled. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89936. Cecil and Sally. April 22, 1933. Program #1034. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. After being expelled, Cecil and Sally are packing to leave. Bob says goodbye, admitting that he's a "yellow coward." Cecil has a few words to say to Alexander. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89937. Cecil and Sally. April 24, 1933. Program #1035. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Alexander come to blows. Alexander takes out a knife! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89938. Cecil and Sally. April 25, 1933. Program #1036. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally return home, but there's nobody around. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89939. Cecil and Sally. April 26, 1933. Program #1037. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Uncle Thomas has returned home. Cecil plans to stay with his friend Willie at the cemetery until his Aunt Bess and Doc return. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89940. Cecil and Sally. April 27, 1933. Program #1038. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Willie's father has disappeared in the cemetery. Cecil and Sally search the cemetery, but find only a skunk! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89941. Cecil and Sally. April 28, 1933. Program #1041. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally bury the clothes that were ruined after the encounter with the skunk. While digging a hole, Cecil finds a tin box filled with new $5 bills. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89942. Cecil and Sally. April 29, 1933. Program #1042. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally tell Uncle Thomas about the money in the box. They plan to put an ad in the newspaper to find the owner of the money. Internal evidence in this program points to a 1932 recording date. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89943. Cecil and Sally. May 1, 1933. Program #1043. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. After the ad appears about the money, a phone call is received claiming the money, but the caller can't identify the lost money. Six more phone calls follow, all claiming the money. The seventh call is a threat! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89944. Cecil and Sally. May 2, 1933. Program #1044. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Aunt Bess has returned home. Someone is following Cecil. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89945. Cecil and Sally. May 3, 1933. Program #1045. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil runs out of gas, avoiding the trap set for him. Willie has gotten a letter, nailed to the front door. It's a suicide note supposedly from his father! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89946. Cecil and Sally. May 4, 1933. Program #1046. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has taken $550 of the $600 found in the cemetery, bought a money order and sent it to the college to replace the money stolen by Bob. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89947. Cecil and Sally. May 5, 1933. Program #1047. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. A T-Man tells Cecil that the money was countefeit. Cecil tells the government man how he got the money. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89948. Cecil and Sally. May 6, 1933. Program #1048. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally return to the cemetery to find Willie's father. They hear someone crying for help. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89949. Cecil and Sally. May 8, 1933. Program #1049. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Entering the tomb, Cecil and Sally find Willie's father underground. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89950. Cecil and Sally. May 9, 1933. Program #1050. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The counterfeiters return and question Willie's father, while Cecil and Sally hide. When the counterfeiters leave, everyone is left trapped in the underground tomb. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89951. Cecil and Sally. May 10, 1933. Program #1051. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally are rescued from the underground tomb by the government agents. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89952. Cecil and Sally. May 11, 1933. Program #1052. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally have gone to headquarters to try and identify the counterfeiters. Sally indentifies the chief of police as a suspicious character. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89953. Cecil and Sally. May 12, 1933. Program #1053. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil receives a letter from "a friend." The letter says, "I must see you, I'm in trouble!" John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89954. Cecil and Sally. May 13, 1933. Program #1054. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. At the fountain in the park, a meeting with an old friend from college, Bob. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89955. Cecil and Sally. May 15, 1933. Program #1055. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Bob is staying with Cecil's aunt. Bob has a new job, and he repays to Aunt Bess some of the money he stole previously. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89956. Cecil and Sally. May 16, 1933. Program #1056. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Aunt Bess has been arrested for counterfeiting! The money was given to her by Bob. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89957. Cecil and Sally. May 17, 1933. Program #1057. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Bob has been working for the counterfeiters, and they're coming to pay Bob a visit. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89958. Cecil and Sally. May 18, 1933. Program #1058. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Bob calls the police before the counterfeiters arrive, and the bad guys are arrested. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89959. Cecil and Sally. May 19, 1933. Program #1059. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally makes plans about how to spend her part of the reward. The reward is $600, sort of. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89960. Cecil and Sally. May 20, 1933. Program #1060. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally are opening a hamburger stand by the edge of the cemetery. The body of the show only, the date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89961. Cecil and Sally. May 22, 1933. Program #1061. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. After three hours open for business, no hamburgers have been sold. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89962. Cecil and Sally. May 23, 1933. Program #1062. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. A bum gets the first hamburger, at no charge. Nero (the dog) has eaten the rest of hamburger meat. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89963. Cecil and Sally. May 24, 1933. Program #1063. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. A rainy Sunday dashes hope for a profit. Cecil mentions that he had hoped to "start a chain of hamburger stands." News is received about Doctor Shepherd's expedition to the south pole. An explosion has occured aboard the ship. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:42. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

89964. Cecil and Sally. May 25, 1933. Program #1064. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Aunt Bess hasn't been told yet about her husband, Doctor Shepherd. Uncle Thomas is asked what to do. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89965. Cecil and Sally. May 26, 1933. Program #1065. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Mrs. Mason comes to visit, and she's all sympathy. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89966. Cecil and Sally. May 27, 1933. Program #1066. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Bob pays a visit and meets Cecil's friend Willie. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89967. Cecil and Sally. May 29, 1933. Program #1067. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Aunt Bess is out of money because Doctor Shepherd left no will, except the will leaving everything to his first wife. Bob has lost his job at the park. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89968. Cecil and Sally. May 30, 1933. Program #1068. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is working for Uncle Thomas again. He writes to his rich Aunt Violet for help. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89969. Cecil and Sally. May 31, 1933. Program #1069. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is going to try to get Mrs. Mason to move away. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89970. Cecil and Sally. June 1, 1933. Program #1070. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally visit Mrs. Mason to try to get her to move, so Aunt Bess can move in. Mrs. Mason wants to talk it over with Uncle Thomas, over dinner. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89971. Cecil and Sally. June 2, 1933. Program #1071. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Uncle Thomas says he'll think about having dinner with Mrs. Mason and then decides against it. Sally telephones Mrs. Mason again. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89972. Cecil and Sally. June 3, 1933. Program #1072. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally is cutting out coupons from magazines, planning to write Mrs. Mason's name on the coupons and mail them in. She's filled out 208 coupons so far, planning to annoy Mrs. Mason. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89973. Cecil and Sally. June 5, 1933. Program #1073. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally have further plans to make Mrs. Mason move out. Cecil complains to the police about a dead horse on the front lawn. How about Mrs. Mason's goat? The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89974. Cecil and Sally. June 6, 1933. Program #1074. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil tries to get the goat to Mrs. Mason's house, which is not an easy task. Aunt Violet has arrived in town and is waiting at the train station. There's a goat in the rumble seat! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89975. Cecil and Sally. June 7, 1933. Program #1075. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Down at the train station, Sally meets a colored red cap named Wintergreen, at the same time that she wants a stick of chewing gum. Aunt Violet wants to stay at a hotel, not knowing Cecil wrote the letter of apology and signed Aunt Bess' name. Aunt Violet says, "I never heard of such idiocy," which is an apt description of this program. Then an Irish cop shows up. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89976. Cecil and Sally. June 8, 1933. Program #1076. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally calls Aunt Bess, saying that she's Aunt Violet. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89977. Cecil and Sally. June 9, 1933. Program #1077. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Aunt Violet meets Aunt Bess and the sparks fly. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89978. Cecil and Sally. June 10, 1933. Program #1078. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally says, "We've got the goat, we might as well use it." The cops have been called; the goat is brought into the yard. The goat has a few ideas of his own. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89979. Cecil and Sally. June 12, 1933. Program #1079. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Mrs. Mason joins Cecil and Sally up a tree. The policeman arrives; he too winds up in the tree. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89980. Cecil and Sally. June 13, 1933. Program #1080. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Aunt Violet visits Aunt Bess' house because Bess is away. When Bess seems to have returned unexpectedly, Aunt Violet hides in the closet. However, it's the man who owns the goat at the door. He wants his goat and is sure it's in the closet. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89981. Cecil and Sally. June 14, 1933. Program #1081. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Aunt Bess is sick in bed, even though she and Cecil have to move. Without meaning to, Cecil gets Aunt Violet angry at him. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89982. Cecil and Sally. June 15, 1933. Program #1082. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally visit Aunt Violet in her hotel room. He tries to borrow $500 for Aunt Bess. Fat chance! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89983. Cecil and Sally. June 16, 1933. Program #1083. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has put his car up for sale, trying to raise $500 for Aunt Bess. He winds up with $300 and an old truck. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89984. Cecil and Sally. June 17, 1933. Program #1084. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Mrs. Mason announces that she's going to sublease the house. Guess who's rented it? Aunt Violet! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89985. Cecil and Sally. June 19, 1933. Program #1085. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Aunt Bess has left town, Cecil and Bob and Nero (the dog) have moved in with Aunt Violet. Sally's friend Flossie telephones. Plans are made for a picnic next Sunday. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89986. Cecil and Sally. June 20, 1933. Program #1086. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Aunt Violet imposes her very strick rules for the picnic, and it's cancelled when everyone fakes having a cold. How about having it in the front yard? The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89987. Cecil and Sally. June 21, 1933. Program #1087. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has an idea to use the truck to move a horse. Sally has had a tooth pulled. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89988. Cecil and Sally. June 22, 1933. Program #1088. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. How to get a horse onto a truck. The destination turns out to be the library! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89989. Cecil and Sally. June 23, 1933. Program #1089. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally had written the delivery address incorrectly. Now, what to do with the horse? The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89990. Cecil and Sally. June 24, 1933. Program #1090. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. No-one wants the horse, who has an appetite like a horse! The horse has been staying in Aunt Violet's garage. Calls to a French laundry...or two. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

13325. Cecil and Sally. June 26, 1933. Program #1091. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Ichabod, the horse, has a surprise in store. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

13326. Cecil and Sally. June 27, 1933. Program #1092. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally is rescued and becomes an actress without even trying. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:51. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

89991. Cecil and Sally. June 28, 1933. Program #1093. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally is going to appear as Joan of Arc at the tent show. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:45. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

89992. Cecil and Sally. June 29, 1933. Program #1094. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The story of Joan of Arc goes up in flames. Nothing goes right, except the owner of the horse shows up to claim his property! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89993. Cecil and Sally. June 30, 1933. Program #1095. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Pierre, the owner of the horse, with a very European accent (certainly not French), wants to be paid for the use of his horse. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89994. Cecil and Sally. July 1, 1933. Program #1096. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Aunt Bess is going to stay away two more months. Pierre is very interested in Aunt Violet. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89995. Cecil and Sally. July 3, 1933. Program #1097. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Pierre visits at Sally's house, and reads his poetry to her. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89996. Cecil and Sally. July 4, 1933. Program #1098. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Aunt Violet has taken a liking to Pierre, and his poetry. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89997. Cecil and Sally. July 5, 1933. Program #1099. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is mad...very mad! This, of course, leads to a discussion about cows. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89998. Cecil and Sally. July 6, 1933. Program #1100. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Aunt Violet has given Pierre money to buy new clothes. Cecil is none-too-pleased. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

89999. Cecil and Sally. July 7, 1933. Program #1101. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has called a psychiatrist to visit and see if Aunt Violet is crazy. The doctor thinks Sally is slightly crazy, and who can blame him? The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90000. Cecil and Sally. July 8, 1933. Program #1102. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The doctor finally gets to examine Aunt Violet, who gets angry at the thought of being examined by a psychiatrist and threatens to make up a new will. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:23. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90001. Cecil and Sally. July 11, 1933. Program #1103. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Aunt Violet's pearl necklace and pigskin traveling case have been stolen! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90002. Cecil and Sally. July 12, 1933. Program #1104. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The evidence points to Pierre as the thief when he walks in wearing Bob's suit. Pierre returns the pearls because he couldn't get $50 for them. He's insulted and Aunt Violet forgives him! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90003. Cecil and Sally. July 13, 1933. Program #1105. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil says that he'll never go back to Aunt Violet's house. He's been away three nights now, then Aunt Violet has disappeared! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90004. Cecil and Sally. July 14, 1933. Program #1106. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Where is Aunt Violet? A policeman suspects Cecil has had something to do with the disappearance. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90005. Cecil and Sally. July 15, 1933. Program #1107. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. A call is received from the morgue, and Cecil is accused of murder by Pierre! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90006. Cecil and Sally. July 17, 1933. Program #1108. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The policeman comes to the house and puts Cecil in handcuffs. Pierre accuses Cecil of murder (in an accent that sounds a little more French than in previous episodes). Aunt Violet returns and overhears Pierre's unkind words about her. Cecil has passed the test! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90007. Cecil and Sally. July 18, 1933. Program #1109. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Aunt Violet is going to buy back Cecil's car for him. It's on its way back. Uncle Thomas telephones with the news that Aunt Bess has just returned. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90008. Cecil and Sally. July 19, 1933. Program #1110. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Aunt Bess returns, and she has a baby girl with her! Cecil has a new cousin. No mention is made of how Aunt Bess became pregnant, since her husband, Doctor Shepherd, has been killed near the south pole! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90009. Cecil and Sally. July 20, 1933. Program #1111. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally try to think up a name for the new baby. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90010. Cecil and Sally. July 21, 1933. Program #1112. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Aunt Violet has changed her mind. She wants to make up with Aunt Bess. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:02. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90011. Cecil and Sally. July 22, 1933. Program #1113. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Aunt Violet and Aunt Bess kiss and make up. A weepy reconciliation. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90012. Cecil and Sally. July 24, 1933. Program #1114. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Everyone is living in the same house. Sally tries to come up with a name for the baby and asks her friends for help. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90013. Cecil and Sally. July 25, 1933. Program #1115. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Shopping for the baby. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90014. Cecil and Sally. July 26, 1933. Program #1116. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally are baby sitting. A symphony of broken dishes. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90015. Cecil and Sally. July 27, 1933. Program #1117. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally are going to work at the Pine Lake resort for the summer. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90016. Cecil and Sally. July 28, 1933. Program #1118. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The baby is going to be named Diane Violet Shepherd. Cecil and Sally are to be the godparents. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90017. Cecil and Sally. July 29, 1933. Program #1119. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally wants to make a telephone call to Flossie. It will only take a minute. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90018. Cecil and Sally. July 31, 1933. Program #1120. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Everyone is on the train, on the way to the Pine Lake resort. Sally decides to write a poem. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90019. Cecil and Sally. August 1, 1933. Program #1121. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally tries the hotel telephone. It works! This hotel offers "service with a smile!" The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90020. Cecil and Sally. August 2, 1933. Program #1122. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally swim out to a raft on the lake. Several boys have "looked" at Sally. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90021. Cecil and Sally. August 3, 1933. Program #1123. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. While sitting on the hotel's veranda, Cecil and Sally meet. Tommy Dixon and his cousin Peggy join the conversation. The body of the show only. Tommy likes Sally and Peggy is interested in Cecil. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90022. Cecil and Sally. August 4, 1933. Program #1124. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally is reading a book while floating on an inner tube. She's jealous of Peggy, but is afraid she's going to drown...in water that's only knee-deep! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90023. Cecil and Sally. August 5, 1933. Program #1125. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Who is the mystery man who never speaks? He's a sausage-maker who's lost his false teeth! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90024. Cecil and Sally. August 7, 1933. Program #1126. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally meet Gus, the local half-wit. He tells them about an "outlaw cave" nearby. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90025. Cecil and Sally. August 24, 1933. Program #1141. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. While they're on the train going home, Cecil and Sally play, "Truth Or Consequences." Sally is jealous of April Clark. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90026. Cecil and Sally. August 25, 1933. Program #1142. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Bob has gotten a job and left town. Cecil is planning to go into the automobile business with Mr. Clark, April's father. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90027. Cecil and Sally. August 26, 1933. Program #1143. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Mrs. Mason has married Mr. Wentworth J. Wentworth. The happy couple visit the Smiths, but Mr. Wentworth hardly gets a word in. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90028. Cecil and Sally. August 28, 1933. Program #1144. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Aunt Violet has left town for a few months. Cecil tries to sell a car to Mr. Wentworth, who never gets a word in. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90029. Cecil and Sally. August 29, 1933. Program #1145. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil visits the Wentworths; Mr. Wentwork still hasn't gotten in a complete sentence. Could the role of Mrs. Wentworth (formerly Mrs. Mason) be played by Verna Felton? The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90030. Cecil and Sally. August 30, 1933. Program #1146. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. April comes to visit Cecil, but only Sally is at home. A discussion of Cecil Shotridge follows. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90031. Cecil and Sally. August 31, 1933. Program #1147. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. April and Sally have become good friends in just a few minutes. They're such good friends that Cecil gets knocked down with a bookend! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90032. Cecil and Sally. September 1, 1933. Program #1148. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally have a disagreement. O. K., they have a fight! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90033. Cecil and Sally. September 2, 1933. Program #1149. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. A week later, Flossie tells Sally that April Clark has been seen out dancing with Cecil. Sally asks Uncle Thomas to buy a car from Cecil so that they can make up. However, Cecil has taken April to the country! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90034. Cecil and Sally. September 4, 1933. Program #1150. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is about to sell a car to Mrs. Rockster, when Sally interrupts and spoils his presentation. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90035. Cecil and Sally. September 5, 1933. Program #1151. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Today is Sally's birthday, and relations are strained with Cecil. Big news: Flossie is going get married to Stu Brown. Cecil pays a visit for the first time in two weeks. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90036. Cecil and Sally. September 6, 1933. Program #1152. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has bought Sally a Spanish shawl for her birthday. Sally turns down the lights. Flossie's fiance is referred to as "Stu Brown" and also "Bob." The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90037. Cecil and Sally. September 7, 1933. Program #1153. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has been reading, "The Art Of Making Love." The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90038. Cecil and Sally. September 8, 1933. Program #1154. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil takes Sally to lunch and tries to propose. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90039. Cecil and Sally. September 9, 1933. Program #1155. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. As Cecil prepares to propse, Sally announces that she's going to have her tonsils taken out. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90040. Cecil and Sally. September 11, 1933. Program #1156. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Uncle Thomas visit Sally in the hospital. Cecil proposes, but Sally is fast asleep while he pops the question. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy (who is only heard grunting). 8:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90041. Cecil and Sally. September 12, 1933. Program #1157. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil talks to Aunt Bess about getting married and learns that Aunt Violet is going to Europe. April Clark visits Cecil and he finds himself engaged to the wrong girl! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy (not heard on this program). 8:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90042. Cecil and Sally. September 13, 1933. Program #1158. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil visits Sally in the hospital (who is only heard whispering). April visits at the same time and tells Sally that she's going to marry Cecil. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90043. Cecil and Sally. September 14, 1933. Program #1159. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. After Sally returns home, Cecil visits her at home and tells her the engagement to April is all a mistake. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90044. Cecil and Sally. September 15, 1933. Program #1160. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil tries to get out of his engagement to April, but she tells him that she's going blind! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90045. Cecil and Sally. September 16, 1933. Program #1161. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil explain to Sally why he couldn't break his engagement to April. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90046. Cecil and Sally. September 18, 1933. Program #1162. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Just before the wedding, Cecil learns that April is not really going blind. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90047. Cecil and Sally. September 19, 1933. Program #1163. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Ten minutes before the wedding, Cecil takes Sally for a ride in the country, leaving April waiting for him at the church. Cecil's voice sounds like he's getting hoarse. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

90048. Cecil and Sally. September 20, 1933. Program #1164. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally visit April after the wedding has been called off. They confront April with the knowledge that she's not really going blind. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96908. Cecil and Sally. October 19, 1933. Program #1189. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil, Sally, Willie and Flossie are rehearsing the wedding. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96909. Cecil and Sally. October 20, 1933. Program #1190. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has the ladder up to Sally's window. The elopement begins. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96910. Cecil and Sally. October 21, 1933. Program #1191. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Willie are waiting for Sally. The ceremony is about to begin. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:12. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96911. Cecil and Sally. October 23, 1933. Program #1192. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally end the first day of their honeymoon. They're on board a train, heading to a beautiful hotel. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96912. Cecil and Sally. October 24, 1933. Program #1193. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. It's time to register at the honeymoon hotel, and they have no reservations. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96913. Cecil and Sally. October 25, 1933. Program #1194. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. It's an anniversary. Cecil and Sally have been married for just one week. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96914. Cecil and Sally. October 26, 1933. Program #1195. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally discuss their new friends, an "older couple." The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96915. Cecil and Sally. October 27, 1933. Program #1196. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The honeymoon at the resort hotel is soon to end. Cecil and Sally have been married a month. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96916. Cecil and Sally. October 28, 1933. Program #1197. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Just back from their honeymoon. Cecil and Sally are looking for an apartment. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96917. Cecil and Sally. October 30, 1933. Program #1198. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Are Cecil andf Sally looking at their 10th or 12th apartment? The previous tenants were bootleggers! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96918. Cecil and Sally. October 31, 1933. Program #1199. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has brought the rest of their furniture over, and the cat and the bird and the goldfish. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:44. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

96919. Cecil and Sally. November 1, 1933. Program #1200. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Home sweet home. Don't you just love freedom? The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96920. Cecil and Sally. November 2, 1933. Program #1201. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is reading the evening paper, Sally has some dishes that need drying. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96921. Cecil and Sally. November 3, 1933. Program #1202. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Two-hundred women have answered Cecil's ad for a cook. They're out in the hall and Sally is afraid. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96922. Cecil and Sally. November 4, 1933. Program #1203. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. What to do about Mrs. Murphy, the new cook? She's been working for Cecil and Sally for a week and she's the boss in the house! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96923. Cecil and Sally. November 6, 1933. Program #1204. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally have been married three months now, and Sally sure is tired! Sally describes her entire day. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96924. Cecil and Sally. November 7, 1933. Program #1205. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally's bank account is overdrawn, and with good reason! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96925. Cecil and Sally. November 8, 1933. Program #1206. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally says that Cecil's love for her is "dead and gone." Why? Because Cecil didn't help dry the dishes tonight. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96926. Cecil and Sally. November 9, 1933. Program #1207. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Someone has a left a baby on the doorstep of Cecil and Sally. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96927. Cecil and Sally. November 10, 1933. Program #1208. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The baby has pneumonia. The doctor says she might not make it. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96928. Cecil and Sally. November 11, 1933. Program #1209. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The crisis is past and the baby will live. Cecil and Sally decide to keep the baby for a week. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96929. Cecil and Sally. November 13, 1933. Program #1210. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally plan a night at the theatre. The baby has been with them two weeks and they've called the orphan's home to come and get the him. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96930. Cecil and Sally. November 14, 1933. Program #1211. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The baby has stayed; the landlady has asked the family to move. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:25. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96931. Cecil and Sally. November 15, 1933. Program #1212. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. A visit to the "little old lot" that's up a steep hill. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96932. Cecil and Sally. November 16, 1933. Program #1213. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is digging the foundation of their new house. Construction is to start in two weeks. But what kind of home will it be? The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96933. Cecil and Sally. November 17, 1933. Program #1214. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is aching from all that digging. Sally applies the linament. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96934. Cecil and Sally. November 18, 1933. Program #1215. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Construction of the house has started, and will be finished in two weeks. But first, a few changes. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96935. Cecil and Sally. November 20, 1933. Program #1216. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally Shotridge are planning to move tomorrow. Sally has written Cecil a note...she's leaving him! She has a bottle of iodine and wonders has it will taste! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96936. Cecil and Sally. November 21, 1933. Program #1217. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. On the road to the new house. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96937. Cecil and Sally. November 22, 1933. Program #1218. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Where is the moving man with all the furniture? Cecil and Sally are in the new house...and there's nothing to sit on. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96938. Cecil and Sally. November 23, 1933. Program #1219. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. All alone for the first night in the new house, like on a desert island. Well, not quite. A visit from an insurance salesman! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96939. Cecil and Sally. November 24, 1933. Program #1220. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. "Bud" is healthy and has gained some weight. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96940. Cecil and Sally. November 25, 1933. Program #1221. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally are on the way to a baby show. Sally is driving the family car...sort of. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96942. Cecil and Sally. November 27, 1933. Program #1223. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. "Bud" has won $150 in gold pieces as, "the most perfect baby. So where is the gold? The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96943. Cecil and Sally. November 28, 1933. Program #1224. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil decides to not dry the dishes. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96944. Cecil and Sally. November 29, 1933. Program #1225. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally isn't speaking to Cecil after their argument last night. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96945. Cecil and Sally. November 30, 1933. Program #1226. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The company that manufactures the cars that Cecil sells (The Akron 8) is going out of business. What is Cecil going to do with all the cars on the lot? Sally reminds Cecil that Greeks said, "He who slumbers while Rome burns lets the grass grow under his feet." As Goodman Ace must have said, "Isn't that just awful?" The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96946. Cecil and Sally. December 1, 1933. Program #1227. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally has an idea for Cecil's radio program. She's written a radio serial, starring Cecil and Sally. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96947. Cecil and Sally. December 2, 1933. Program #1228. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally has taken notes for the new radio program, while she was in the bathtub. "Aunt Bessie" is going to give listeners advice. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96948. Cecil and Sally. December 4, 1933. Program #1229. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil tunes in station KNUT to hear Sally's new program, "Aunt Bessie Blue-Eyes." The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96949. Cecil and Sally. December 5, 1933. Program #1230. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The cars have all sold out! Cecil tries to raise money by asking for repayment on loans that he's made. No luck. The body of the show only. The date is complete. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96950. Cecil and Sally. December 6, 1933. Program #1231. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Flossie has been jilted. Cecil has $30 dollars, Sally has $10.84. Aunt Bessie calls and wants to borrow $50. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96951. Cecil and Sally. December 7, 1933. Program #1232. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. It's been three weeks and Cecil still hasn't got a job. Cecil has decided to give Bud back to an orphan home. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96952. Cecil and Sally. December 8, 1933. Program #1233. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The groceryman has called again and asked for his money. Cecil has been out of work for six months now. The $150 the baby won is used to save the day. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96953. Cecil and Sally. December 9, 1933. Program #1234. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has gotten a job, and the possible new boss is coming over for dinner. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96954. Cecil and Sally. December 11, 1933. Program #1235. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The dinner is ruined. Everything is burned...even the coffee! How about apricots and sardines? The evening is getting off to a rough start. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96955. Cecil and Sally. December 12, 1933. Program #1236. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is still out of work, so Sally has gotten a job as a receptionist at a dentist's office. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96956. Cecil and Sally. December 13, 1933. Program #1237. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is the new home-worker when Sally comes home from work. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96957. Cecil and Sally. December 14, 1933. Program #1238. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally has gotten her first paycheck. Cecil is not too happy working at home. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96958. Cecil and Sally. December 15, 1933. Program #1239. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Dr. Milton is coming to breakfast; Cecil isn't too thrilled with the idea. The Body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96959. Cecil and Sally. December 16, 1933. Program #1240. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Dr. Milton has moved in! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96960. Cecil and Sally. December 18, 1933. Program #1241. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally and "Milt" have returned from a show at 1:00 A. M. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96961. Cecil and Sally. December 19, 1933. Program #1242. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally tells Flossie that Dr. Milton tried to kiss her and asked him to leave Cecil! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96962. Cecil and Sally. December 20, 1933. Program #1243. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Milt is holding Sally's hand, while Cecil is in the kitchen doing the dishes. He's some louse! His confederate offers Cecil a job, to get him out of the house. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96963. Cecil and Sally. December 21, 1933. Program #1244. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally finally tells Cecil about Milt's intentions. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96964. Cecil and Sally. December 22, 1933. Program #1245. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Dr. Milton has been found dead, and the police are on the way. Mr. Harris from "headquarters" comes to visit. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96965. Cecil and Sally. December 23, 1933. Program #1246. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Mr. Harris questions Cecil, Sally and Uncle Thomas. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96966. Cecil and Sally. December 25, 1933. Program #1247. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Mr. Harris thinks Cecil murdered Dr. Milton! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96967. Cecil and Sally. December 26, 1933. Program #1248. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally confesses to the murder of Dr. Milton. Ceil confesses to the crime also. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96968. Cecil and Sally. December 27, 1933. Program #1249. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has escaped when Mr. Harris decided to arrest him. He returns to the house to be with Sally. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96969. Cecil and Sally. December 28, 1933. Program #1250. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has been captured and is in jail. Sally visits him and tells Cecil that Burton has disappeared. He's Cecil's only alibi. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96970. Cecil and Sally. December 29, 1933. Program #1251. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Uncle Thomas testifies at Cecil's trial, which is taking place only two weeks after his arrest. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96971. Cecil and Sally. December 30, 1933. Program #1252. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally testifies at Cecil's trial. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96973. Cecil and Sally. January 2, 1934. Program #1254. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The jury has returned with a verdict of guilty! Sally is sure of his innocence. The program has gotten a lot morfe interesting in the last few episodes, thanks to a more substantial plot line. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96974. Cecil and Sally. January 3, 1934. Program #1255. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally and Uncle Thomas visit Lola, a woman who also worked for Dr. Milton, and who is drunk. Sally pretends that she's glad that Cecil is going to hang. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96975. Cecil and Sally. January 4, 1934. Program #1256. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The truth is out, it was really Lola who murdered Dr. Milton and Cecil is to be released. Cecil comes home. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96972. Cecil and Sally. January 4, 1934. Program #1253. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil testifies in his own defense. He describes what happened the night of the murder. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96976. Cecil and Sally. January 5, 1934. Program #1257. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has gotten a job in a department store. He's selling ladies' gloves. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96977. Cecil and Sally. January 6, 1934. Program #1258. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has gotten his first paycheck...$22.00 But he's also been fired! He now plans to be a brick layer. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96978. Cecil and Sally. January 8, 1934. Program #1259. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The grocer wants to be paid. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96979. Cecil and Sally. January 9, 1934. Program #1260. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally has a secret visitor coming to dinner tonight. It's Alexander. The grocery boy wants to be paid before he'll leave the chickens! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96980. Cecil and Sally. January 10, 1934. Program #1261. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Alexander is getting ahead with his father's business, Cecil tries to put on a front. A phone call from the grocer makes it a hollow front. Alexander offers Cecil a job and is asked to leave. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96981. Cecil and Sally. January 11, 1934. Program #1262. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is angry at Sally because she asked Alexander over to offer Cecil a job. He's so angry that he orders Sally out of the house! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96982. Cecil and Sally. January 12, 1934. Program #1263. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally has moved out and is still angry at Cecil. She's living with Uncle Thomas. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96983. Cecil and Sally. January 13, 1934. Program #1264. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. It's four months sincere Sally left. Their house has been repossed. Cecil runs into Flossie on the stret. He's still trying to put up a brave front. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96984. Cecil and Sally. January 15, 1934. Program #1265. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Uncle Thomas treis to arrange a meeting between Cecil and Sally. He has some important news. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96985. Cecil and Sally. January 16, 1934. Program #1266. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Uncle Thomas has some great news. Aunt Violet has left Cecil, "half of her entire wealth" in her will. He's to inherit $500,000. Sally is to receive the other half! However, Cecil and Sally have to get together again. The body of the show only. The date is appropximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96986. Cecil and Sally. January 17, 1934. Program #1267. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Uncle Thomas tries to get Cecil and Sally to make sense and re-unite. Aunt Elizabeth has had financial reverses and could use the money. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96987. Cecil and Sally. January 18, 1934. Program #1268. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The divorce has been called off. Cecil and Sally visit a restaurant for a very civil meal. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96988. Cecil and Sally. January 19, 1934. Program #1269. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally have found a new house, but are still having trouble living up to the provisions of the will. Uncle Thomas visits, so they have to put on an act. But first, a door-to-door salesman interrupts. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96989. Cecil and Sally. January 20, 1934. Program #1270. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally are still fighting like cats and dogs. Cecil checks in with Uncle Thomas. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96990. Cecil and Sally. January 22, 1934. Program #1271. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally have made up. One unselfish deed a day is still needed. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96991. Cecil and Sally. January 23, 1934. Program #1272. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Neither Cecil nor Sally have done their good deed for today. Alexander is coming by, he's been appointed to check up. Willie comes up with a man in need. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96992. Cecil and Sally. January 24, 1934. Program #1273. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. It's not easy to find somebody in need. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96993. Cecil and Sally. January 25, 1934. Program #1274. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally have been standing on the street corner for three hours, trying to give money away. They're finally arrested. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96994. Cecil and Sally. January 26, 1934. Program #1275. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecila and Sally are in night court, and Sally objects! The judge fines Sally $50! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96995. Cecil and Sally. January 27, 1934. Program #1276. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. After a night in jail, the judge visits and sets them free. The judge suggests a good deed to form. She's a young woman with kleptomania. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96996. Cecil and Sally. January 29, 1934. Program #1277. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. A young lady named Susie Saddle is sent to apply for the job of cook and houseworker. Sally has a long list of questions. The body show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96997. Cecil and Sally. January 30, 1934. Program #1278. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has lent a janitor some money as their good deed for the day. Susie is doing well and hasn't stolen anything yet...or has she? The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96998. Cecil and Sally. January 31, 1934. Program #1279. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The judge is expected over to dinner and Cecil's shirt has disappeared. When you have a kleptomaniac for a cook, you have to watch your onions!" The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

96999. Cecil and Sally. February 1, 1934. Program #1280. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Now, Sally's wristwatch has vanished and so has the clock from the mantle. The judge is expected over to dinner. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97000. Cecil and Sally. February 2, 1934. Program #1281. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil tells Judge Horton he met Sally. Judge Horton doesn't know about what happened to his son who ran away and his missing grandson. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97001. Cecil and Sally. February 3, 1934. Program #1282. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has been down to the court house. He's discovered that Bud is really Judge Harten's grandson. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97002. Cecil and Sally. February 5, 1934. Program #1283. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Judge Horten is coming to visit Cecil and Sally. Will he take Bud away? Yes, he does. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97003. Cecil and Sally. February 6, 1934. Program #1284. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally mourn the loss of Bud. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97004. Cecil and Sally. February 7, 1934. Program #1284. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Doctor Shepherd's young son Otis is coming to live with the Shortridges. Little Otis sounds like a little monster. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97005. Cecil and Sally. February 8, 1934. Program #1286. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Little Otis left the house at 6:00 A. M. He told Susie to go "peddle your eggs." The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97006. Cecil and Sally. February 9, 1934. Program #1287. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Otis is back, Susie has stolen Sally's perfume. Somebody has broken the grocer's window. It was done by Otis. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97007. Cecil and Sally. February 10, 1934. Program #1288. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has decided that Otis needs a spanking. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97008. Cecil and Sally. February 12, 1934. Program #1289. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Why is Otis staying in his room? Suzy has a black eye! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97009. Cecil and Sally. February 13, 1934. Program #1290. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Otis is going to be punished for hitting Suzy in the eye. He's going to be ducked in a tub of cold water, but Otis locks Cecil and Sally in the bathroom. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97010. Cecil and Sally. February 14, 1934. Program #1291. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Trying to get out of the bathroom, Otis is hiding under the bed. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97011. Cecil and Sally. February 15, 1934. Program #1292. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Otis falls asleep under the bed...or is he? The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97012. Cecil and Sally. February 16, 1934. Program #1293. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Otis has a cold from the cold tub. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97013. Cecil and Sally. February 17, 1934. Program #1294. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Otis is a changed kid. He's as good as gold. Flossie's new boyfriend. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97014. Cecil and Sally. February 19, 1934. Program #1295. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Flossie's new boyfriend can sure eat! Herbie Whipporwill is an inventor who needs financial help. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97015. Cecil and Sally. February 20, 1934. Program #1296. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Herbert turns down his 10th sandwich. The details of the partnership are ironed out. The "triple manifold firebanK" needs adjusting to complete the new invention. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97016. Cecil and Sally. February 21, 1934. Program #1297. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has given Herbie $200 to complete the invention. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97017. Cecil and Sally. February 22, 1934. Program #1298. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has been "picked out" for political office. A representative of the "People's Civic Party" has been calling. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97018. Cecil and Sally. February 23, 1934. Program #1299. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Does Cecil's political career depend on Aunt Violet's money? It's going to be a very small office. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97019. Cecil and Sally. February 24, 1934. Program #1300. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally met Horace Hull and his wife. He's a big politician. They're coming out for dinner tonight. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97020. Cecil and Sally. February 26, 1934. Program #1301. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Mr. and Mrs. Hull have arrived for dinner. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97021. Cecil and Sally. February 27, 1934. Program #1302. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. That night, Cecil has trouble sleeping. Sally wasn't of much help tonight. Otis opened his big mouth. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97022. Cecil and Sally. February 28, 1934. Program #1303. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. It's morning now, and Cecil hasn't gotten any sleep. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97023. Cecil and Sally. March 1, 1934. Program #1304. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil's political career seems to be over. Herbert is still working on the invention. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97024. Cecil and Sally. March 2, 1934. Program #1305. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has accepted the nomination for Commissioner of Garbage. That's starting at the bottom. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97025. Cecil and Sally. March 3, 1934. Program #1306. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has gotten more money in order to get the nomination for Commissioner of Garbage. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97026. Cecil and Sally. March 5, 1934. Program #1307. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally makes a political radio speech on the subject, "What Does Garbage Mean To Our City." The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97027. Cecil and Sally. March 6, 1934. Program #1308. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. When the studio lights went out, Sally had a bit of trouble making her speech. She made a few promises that will be difficult for Cecil to carry out. "When you go to the polls and think of garbage, remember my husband!" The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97028. Cecil and Sally. March 7, 1934. Program #1309. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil makes a campaign speech. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97029. Cecil and Sally. March 8, 1934. Program #1310. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The speech was a success. He certainly yelled loud enough. It's election night and the returns are coming in. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97030. Cecil and Sally. March 9, 1934. Program #1311. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has won the election. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97031. Cecil and Sally. March 10, 1934. Program #1312. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Mr. Hull has given Cecil his orders. Cecil has to keep his job to pay back the money used to get elected. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

97032. Cecil and Sally. March 11, 1934. Program #1313. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. There's bad news: Herbie's hand has been injured. He hit himself with a hammer! Herbie is going to have to fight tonight in the church tonight. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97033. Cecil and Sally. March 12, 1934. Program #1314. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. It's time for the big fight. Cecil is "the spirit of good" and he's going to fight the devil! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97034. Cecil and Sally. March 13, 1934. Program #1315. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The fight's over and Cecil's head still hurts. "Mankind K.O's the Devil in the third century." The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97035. Cecil and Sally. March 14, 1934. Program #1316. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. It's time for Herbie to demonstrate the new engine. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97036. Cecil and Sally. March 15, 1934. Program #1317. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. It turns out Herbie is crazy. Aren't all inventors crazy? The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97037. Cecil and Sally. March 16, 1934. Program #1318. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. "The Greatest Hoax Ever Perpetrated On The People." The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97038. Cecil and Sally. March 17, 1934. Program #1319. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Things aren't so great at City Hall. Cecil made election promises that he can't keep. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97039. Cecil and Sally. March 19, 1934. Program #1320. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has a talk with one of the garbagemen. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97040. Cecil and Sally. March 20, 1934. Program #1321. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. There's a surpise for Cecil. He's been given an automobile. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97041. Cecil and Sally. March 21, 1934. Program #1322. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. What to do with the car? Humphrey the garbageman has something to say. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97042. Cecil and Sally. March 22, 1934. Program #1323. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Humphrey has delivered a letter. It says that Mr. Hull has taken graft on the purchase of new garbage trucks. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97043. Cecil and Sally. March 23, 1934. Program #1324. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is no longer Commissioner of Garbage. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97044. Cecil and Sally. March 24, 1934. Program #1325. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. A ghost has walked in the front door. It's Aunt Violet! The body of the show only. The date is approximate John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97045. Cecil and Sally. March 26, 1934. Program #1326. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Aunt Violet seems to have returned from the dead. Uncle Thomas explains what really happened. It was Uncle Thomas who have been giving Cecil and Sally the money. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97046. Cecil and Sally. March 27, 1934. Program #1327. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is going to have to pay back all the money. He owes almost $10,000! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97047. Cecil and Sally. March 28, 1934. Program #1328. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Aunt Violet is coming for breakfast. Otis is introduced to Violet for the first time, after he's given instructions about table manners. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97048. Cecil and Sally. March 29, 1934. Program #1329. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Aunt Violet has decided to stay with Cecil and Sally. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97049. Cecil and Sally. March 30, 1934. Program #1330. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Aunt Violet is packing to leave. What has Otis done? He told Violet that Cecil and Sally need Violet's money. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97050. Cecil and Sally. March 31, 1934. Program #1331. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally has convinced Aunt Violet that Cecil doesn't really want to borrow any of her money. Even though he really does. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97051. Cecil and Sally. April 2, 1934. Program #1332. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has gotten George to come over and pretend he's a bill collector, coming to reposses the piano. It's all for the benefit of Aunt Violet. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97052. Cecil and Sally. April 3, 1934. Program #1333. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Aunt Violet has given Cecil and Sally the money to prevent the piano from repossessed. Otis is returning to school. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97053. Cecil and Sally. April 4, 1934. Program #1334. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally have a chat in the living room. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97054. Cecil and Sally. April 5, 1934. Program #1335. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Tonight's the night. Cecil has to ask Aunt Violet to lend him some money. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97055. Cecil and Sally. April 6, 1934. Program #1336. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Aunt Violet said that she'd pay a lot of money to anyone who can find an old friend of hers. The body of the show only. The date is approxim John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97056. Cecil and Sally. April 7, 1934. Program #1337. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally are going to be travelling in search of Aunt Violet's friend. They get $25,000 if they find him. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97057. Cecil and Sally. April 9, 1934. Program #1338. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. How to start find Elmer W. Spanker? Start with a city where's he's not likely to be! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97058. Cecil and Sally. April 10, 1934. Program #1339. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally are at the train station, about to begin the search. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97059. Cecil and Sally. April 11, 1934. Program #1340. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally are on board the train, heading for Los Angeles. They've made a new friend. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97060. Cecil and Sally. April 12, 1934. Program #1341. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally have arrived in Los Angeles, after their new friend has taken Sally's $20. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97061. Cecil and Sally. April 13, 1934. Program #1342. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. At the home of "a big movie star." It's the "mother" of the lady on the train. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97062. Cecil and Sally. April 14, 1934. Program #1343. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally finds out the lady on the train wasn't really the daughter of a movie star. Cecil and Sally have arrived in San Francisco. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97063. Cecil and Sally. April 16, 1934. Program #1344. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is trying to find Sally on the streets of San Francisco. He asks someone who's deaf and dumb! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97064. Cecil and Sally. April 17, 1934. Program #1345. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally visit yet another livery stable. The search for Elmer W. Spanker continues. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:39. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97065. Cecil and Sally. April 18, 1934. Program #1346. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally are on board a boat heading towards Portland. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97066. Cecil and Sally. April 19, 1934. Program #1347. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. There's nothing like an ocean voyage! The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97067. Cecil and Sally. April 20, 1934. Program #1348. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil, Sally and Otis are in Portland. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97068. Cecil and Sally. April 21, 1934. Program #1349. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. There's no trace of Elmer in Portland. Sally is annoyed about the fight they had this morning. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:09. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97069. Cecil and Sally. April 23, 1934. Program #1350. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. There's one more livery stable to search in the city of Portland. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97070. Cecil and Sally. April 24, 1934. Program #1351. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally are in a department store. They plan to buy riding outfits. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97071. Cecil and Sally. April 25, 1934. Program #1352. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally are on a bus dressed as a cowboy and cowgirl. They're heading to Seattle. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97072. Cecil and Sally. April 26, 1934. Program #1353. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. What to do in Seattle with only boot. Cecil is reluctant to enter the hotel lobby. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97073. Cecil and Sally. April 27, 1934. Program #1354. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally is all alone in a hotel room. Where is Cecil? He hasn't come back tonight. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97074. Cecil and Sally. April 28, 1934. Program #1355. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally are going for a morning horse ride. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97075. Cecil and Sally. April 30, 1934. Program #1356. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. What happened to Sally after the horse ran away. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:01. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97076. Cecil and Sally. May 1, 1934. Program #1357. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. There's no trace of Elmer in Seattle. Elmer's on the roof. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97077. Cecil and Sally. May 2, 1934. Program #1358. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Otis is hanging from the top of a flagpole on top of the hotel. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97078. Cecil and Sally. May 3, 1934. Program #1359. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Otis has been rescued from the flagpole on the roof. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97079. Cecil and Sally. May 4, 1934. Program #1360. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Going fishing in a row boat. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97080. Cecil and Sally. May 5, 1934. Program #1361. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Going fishing for fish...for the second time. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97081. Cecil and Sally. May 7, 1934. Program #1362. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cooking the fish in the hotel room. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97082. Cecil and Sally. May 8, 1934. Program #1363. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil, Sally and Otis are on a train en route to Spokane. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97083. Cecil and Sally. May 9, 1934. Program #1364. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. The program starts with Sally singing, "Old Man River!" There's a special guest for dinner tonight. He's a baritone on a Spokane radio station! Wait until Sally finds out that Mr. Lovelace is a "colored boy." The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97084. Cecil and Sally. May 10, 1934. Program #1365. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally go to the movie theatre to pick up Otis. Cecil is hit by a hearse while crossing the street. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97085. Cecil and Sally. May 11, 1934. Program #1366. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is in the hosptal; Sally writes a note to Violet, announcing Cecil's death. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97086. Cecil and Sally. May 12, 1934. Program #1367. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally visits Cecil in the hospital. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97087. Cecil and Sally. May 14, 1934. Program #1368. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally is in search of Elmer W. Spanker at a Spokane livery stable. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97088. Cecil and Sally. May 15, 1934. Program #1369. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally wakes Cecil up in the hosptal with important news. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97089. Cecil and Sally. May 16, 1934. Program #1370. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil has paid the hospital bill and is preparing to leave for Boise, Idaho. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97090. Cecil and Sally. May 17, 1934. Program #1371. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is suing for damages for his injured heel. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97091. Cecil and Sally. May 18, 1934. Program #1372. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil is on the witness stand, telling his version of the accident. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:51. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97092. Cecil and Sally. May 19, 1934. Program #1373. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Sally has been on the witness stand, with disastrous results. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 9:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97093. Cecil and Sally. May 21, 1934. Program #1374. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Worries about how to pay the hotel bill. Where is Homer Smith? The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97094. Cecil and Sally. May 22, 1934. Program #1375. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil plans to stall the hotel manager. How to pay the bill? The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

97095. Cecil and Sally. May 23, 1934. Program #1376. MacGregor and Sollie syndication. Cecil and Sally are very hungry, with no food and no money. The body of the show only. The date is approximate. John Patrick (writer, performer), Helen Troy. 8:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Incomplete.

Report contains 965 programs.