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forth. The SUNDOWNERS BAND played at the wedding and soon a little WINDSOR<br />

release will proudly be presented to the world.<br />

Yes, on October 10, Windsor will have for you two new singing square dances<br />

"SWEET SUE" and "WHEN YOU WORE A TULIP"<br />

called by Bruce, with music by the Sundowners Band. You're certain to love this<br />

new "baby" for the sheer dancing enjoyment it gives.<br />

No. 7435 (78 r.p.m.) and No. 4435 (45 r.p.m.)<br />

FOR CALLERS: The instrumental version of these two new dances is No. 7135.<br />

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VOL. VI NO. 10<br />

Printed in U.S.A.<br />

Copyright 1954, "Sets in Order," (A Corporation)<br />

All Rights Reserved<br />

Entered as 2nd Class Matter at the Post Office<br />

at Los Angeles, California<br />

Subscriptions: Regular Edition $2.50, Caller's Ed. $3.70<br />

PLEASE NOTE: Allow at least three weeks'<br />

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give the old address as well as the new one.<br />

GENERAL STAFF<br />

Bob Osgood . . . • • . . Editor<br />

Helen Orem . . . . Assistant Editor<br />

& Subscriptions<br />

Jay Orem .<br />

TABLE OF CONTENTS<br />

The Bunkhouse Reel 13<br />

Square Dance Jubilee 17<br />

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Business Manager<br />

Arnie Kronenberger . Workshop<br />

Ruth Paul .<br />

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Distribution Manager<br />

Joe Fadler . . Staff Photographer<br />

ROUND DANCES<br />

Waltzing a Round 20<br />

Swingin' Along 110<br />

SPECIAL FEATURES<br />

Square Dance Records, 1955 5-6-7-8-9-10<br />

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Musical Notations and Rhythms,<br />

by Terry Golden 100-101<br />

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As I See It<br />

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Calendar of Square Dancing Events 93<br />

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AS 1 SEE IT . . . by Bob Osgood<br />

This being the third Sets in Order Record<br />

Issue, we just have to recall some of the experiences<br />

involving that awful period better<br />

known as the "recording session."<br />

When we listen to 3 minutes and 20 seconds<br />

of what sounds like a common, everyday record<br />

of Square Dance music and Square Dance<br />

calling, we think—"Now there's an easy way<br />

to get famous—just a few minutes of calling<br />

and the work's all done." True, once a satisfactory<br />

"take" is recorded, the caller can stop<br />

worrying, but he's probably too tired to worry<br />

by that time anyway.<br />

For the last 3 weeks he's wondered about<br />

what to record. (Actually what hasn't been<br />

recorded already?) Then comes the problem<br />

of fitting the call into less than 4 minutes. (He<br />

never worried too much about time before—<br />

maybe a call would last 4 minutes—maybe 5<br />

or 6—who cares. )<br />

Comes the big day. How can your throat<br />

be dry all the time, when you just had a drink<br />

of water? (You don't twice make the mistake<br />

of drinking a carbonated beverage before a<br />

session.) One set of dancers is in the studio,<br />

sock-footed so the sound of their shoes won't<br />

make any noise. The director behind the glass<br />

window says, "Record 4721—take one," points<br />

a shaking finger in your direction and off<br />

whomps the music. You're so scared by the<br />

sudden sounds behind you and by the impressiveness<br />

of the whole set-up that you just<br />

stand there—shaking and soundless. "Cut."<br />

"What happened?—Well let's try again"—the<br />

voice laughs—it's not funny—"Record 4721—<br />

take two"—Ah—the finger again and "13 Dc m!"<br />

—that would be the music. This time vou start<br />

—only too soon—"Cut."<br />

"Record-4721—take 3"—this time the fiddle<br />

loses an A string—time out— . . . "take 4"—<br />

Dancer trips on carpet-2 men start swinging<br />

each other—they're rattled, too! You go to<br />

pieces—"Cut!"<br />

"Take 5" . . . "Take 6" . . . "Take 7" . . .<br />

This time you're 3 minutes 10 seconds into<br />

the record. Almost over. You make the mistake<br />

of thinking about the next record—your<br />

voice says, " . . . Bow to your cartner—porners<br />

too . . . !"—"Cut!"<br />

"Take 8-9-10-11." Finally, 43 minutes and<br />

18 tries later—"That's a good one! Take time<br />

out—then we'll catch the next three sides!"<br />

Sincei elv,


IF ALL the phonograph records produced<br />

for Square and Round Dancing over the<br />

past six years were piled neatly one on top<br />

of the other, you'd have a truly impressive<br />

monument to one facet of this hobby of ours.<br />

Perhaps an even more impressive monu-<br />

ment, and certainly a more practical one, has<br />

been erected to the phonograph record in the<br />

form of hundreds of thousands of folks like<br />

us who learned to Square Dance to the music,<br />

calls and occasional instructions pressed into<br />

thin, vinyl-shellac discs.<br />

A revelation to you who live in the city<br />

and each night have your choice of from two<br />

to a dozen or more callers to dance to, would<br />

be to see the number of square dance groups<br />

who have never danced to a "live" caller. To-<br />

day upwards of 50 topnotch calling voices<br />

have been recorded under the label of some<br />

20 to 30 recording companies.<br />

The progress has been gradual. Early rec-<br />

ords emphasized the old Hillbilly, kick up your<br />

heels, barnyard variety of Square Dancing.<br />

The calls were nasal, non-directional dribbles<br />

of patter almost wholly smothered by the<br />

squeaky fiddle. Music only, designed for those<br />

wishing to try their hand at calling, was not<br />

only stereotyped, monotonous and unimagina-<br />

tive, but in most cases was recorded either too<br />

SETS in ORDER, OCTOBER, '54<br />

fast or too slow (and we didn't have variable<br />

speed regulators on our turntables ) or the<br />

length of time was altogether too short for a<br />

good, healthy Square.<br />

The Rounds also were a problem and early<br />

couple dance music on occasions did much<br />

toward permanently discouraging folks from<br />

trying the relatively few rounds that existed at<br />

the time. Here, too, lack of technical "know-<br />

how" almost put an end to a great activity.<br />

The birth of the independent Square Dance<br />

record manufacturer, bringing the square<br />

dancers, roundancers and callers what they<br />

wanted and needed, soon had the top "ma-<br />

jors" changing over. Today 4 of the recording<br />

‘`big names" employ producers with a square<br />

dancing background to select, balance and<br />

record their current releases.<br />

In just the last month word of 2 new com-<br />

panies has sifted down and Mr. and Mrs.<br />

Average Square Dancer are today some of the<br />

best informed and best equipped hobbyists in<br />

the land.<br />

Take a brief look at these label names. How<br />

many do you know? Of course this list is not<br />

complete and we know that there is much<br />

more that we could tell about each name, but<br />

at least these will give you a panoramic glance<br />

at Square Dance Records 1955.<br />

5


AQUA RECORDS releasing since January of<br />

1954 under the joint supervision of jack and<br />

LaVerne Riley of Seattle, Washington, owners<br />

of the Aqua Barn. So far they have produced<br />

4 records, 4 sides featuring the calling of Joe<br />

Hall, a topnotch caller in the Seattle area,<br />

and 4 sides with no calls and featuring the<br />

music of The Cascade Hillbillies. Two round<br />

dance records have also been released. The<br />

most recent Aqua release is Waltz Romance<br />

and U.S.A. Mixer (#202).<br />

BLACK MOUNTAIN originally produced in<br />

1952 by Dave Clavner, jack Warner and<br />

Les Gotcher in California. Features calling by<br />

these three and others plus the Square Dance<br />

music of The Black Mountain Boys. Several<br />

rounds have also been released on this label.<br />

The most recent Black Mountain singing<br />

call releases are I Get the Blues When it Rains,<br />

Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes, Red<br />

River Valley, and Y'all Come.<br />

BROADCAST the first to feature the round<br />

dance inspiring organ music of Ken Griffin at<br />

the organ (Lili Marlene and Altai) and later<br />

several rounds under the supervision of Helen<br />

Horn of Temple City, Calif., featuring the or-<br />

gan music of Bonnie Campbell.<br />

No real new releases.<br />

CAPITOL early in the square dance field with<br />

Jonesy and Les Gotcher doing the calling.<br />

Cliffie Stone's music set the pace for future<br />

recording aspirants with his early 10" album<br />

(Ragtime Annie, etc.). Present releasing pro-<br />

gram under supervision of Bob Osgood since<br />

1950. Callers include Herb Greggerson, Ray<br />

Smith, Paul Phillips and Osgood. Square dance<br />

music by Jack Barbour and the Rhythm<br />

Rustlers. Round dance music: Les Paul and<br />

Mary Ford.<br />

All Capitol square and round dance records<br />

are in a special gingham instruction package.<br />

Latest release—Osgood calling, Tic Tac Toe,<br />

Mixup Square, Buffalo Quadrille, and Paul<br />

Jones.<br />

Music only with Jack Barbour, Laugh and<br />

Grow Fat, President Garfield's Hornpipe, Buf-<br />

falo Quadrille, and Stone Rag.<br />

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FOLK DANCER. Michael and Mary Ann Her-<br />

man, Long Island, New York, are magic names<br />

in the folk dance field. The quality of their<br />

recordings both in musical value, reproduc-<br />

tion and materials used has set a high standard<br />

that has yet to be surpassed. Among many<br />

square and round dance favorites are truly<br />

authentic tunes for the Veleta, Boston Two-<br />

step and others.<br />

Under the supervision and with the calls<br />

of Ralph Page, Keene, New Hampshire, Folk<br />

Dancer has led the field in the contra dance<br />

category and has done much to promote in-<br />

terest in this form of dancing.<br />

Recent releases include a series of play<br />

party records supervised by Miss Jane Farwell.<br />

COLUMBIA pioneered in the field with Lawrence<br />

Loy (Amherst, Mass.) doing the calling. Re-<br />

leases include such favorite calls as : Yankee<br />

Doodle, Listen to the Mocking Bird, Hinkey<br />

Dinkey Parlez-Vous, San Antonio Rose, Just<br />

Because and Four Leaf Clover. Majority of<br />

the Loy releases today are on 33 1/3 10"<br />

special packages. Now the Columbia label has<br />

Manning Smith (College Station, Texas) with<br />

the square dance music of The Rhythm Out-<br />

laws and appearing in special attractive pack-<br />

ages. Round dances on Columbia have been<br />

plentiful over the years. Most recent: Waltz<br />

Together with Ken Griffin at the Organ.<br />

Latest releases include Manning Smith c911-<br />

ing Johnson Rag ( #48005) and Southern<br />

Medley (#48006).<br />

DECCA. Early Deccas featured contras and<br />

squares under direction of Margo Mayo (pre<br />

1950). Records with calls by Lloyd Shaw plus<br />

some with music only were released in c-m-<br />

junction with the motion picture "Duel in the<br />

Sun"-1946. Despite their 12" breakable quali-<br />

ties these records set the pace for many to<br />

follow and were later released on 10" at<br />

78 RPM and on 33 1/3. More recently in this<br />

field is Ed Gilmore who has taken over the<br />

job of square dance repertoire advisor and<br />

producer. A good balance of squares, prompt-<br />

ing quadrilles, contras, all with Gilmore's call-<br />

ing, and records of square dance music only<br />

have been issued in the last two years.<br />

Latest releases: a series of "Teaching Rec-<br />

ords" with walkthrus on basic figures on one<br />

side—taught by Ed, and the same figures called<br />

by Ed on the other.<br />

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FOLKCRAFT a real pioneer and one of the first<br />

exclusively in the dance field. Under direction<br />

of Frank Kaltman, of Newark, New Jersey,<br />

the label has featured calls by Rickey<br />

Holden, Al Brundage and Carl journell among<br />

others and music by top Eastern and Western<br />

groups. Some records on 12" stock set the<br />

pace for longer playing accompaniment records<br />

for callers.<br />

Recent releases: Rosebud Reel, Cindy, , Martha's<br />

Red Stonewall Jackson.<br />

HOEDOWN RECORDS originated a year ago<br />

by Cal Golden, "The Kid from Arkansas." The<br />

company has made rapid strides in producing<br />

many of the favorites among the newcomers<br />

in the square dance field. A recent transfer of<br />

Golden to England has put Bill Price of Se-<br />

attle, Washington, as business manager of the<br />

company into supervision of the entire opera-<br />

tion. Round dance producers Jim and Ginny<br />

Brooks not only supervise the rounds but<br />

write them as well.<br />

Most recent round is Doodle-Le-Do.<br />

Recent square dance releases include The<br />

Square Dance is On, and I'm Gonna Lock<br />

My Heart.<br />

HOEDOWN HALL RECORDINGS, LTD. For-<br />

merly Guyden Records, this label features<br />

the calling of Charlie Thomas, the first owner<br />

and editor of American Squares. Their most<br />

recent round dance release is Waltz of the<br />

River Seine and St. Bernard's Waltz with the<br />

music of the Minnesota Hired Hands.<br />

IMPERIAL. Real old timers in the folk and square<br />

dance field, early Imperials featured the call-<br />

ing of Bill Mooney as the square dance hobby<br />

spread during 1947 and 1948. Records of calls<br />

by Carl Myles, Lee Bedford, Jr., and others<br />

were added to the growing list. After a two-<br />

year absence from the field, Imperial recently<br />

reappeared and under the supervision of Dave<br />

Clavner released several new squares and<br />

round dance numbers.<br />

Most recent releases include To the End of<br />

the World, Shine, Tale of the Bluetail Fly and<br />

Jambalaya with Dave Clavner calling.<br />

Several round dance releases feature the or-<br />

gan music of Madiline Wiley.<br />

INTRO RECORDS of Beverly Hills, California,<br />

features one square dance caller and his mu-<br />

sic. A really unique recording situation be-<br />

tween Joe Lewis, Dallas, Texas, and Intro Rec-<br />

ords has resulted in an outstanding line of<br />

SETS in ORDER, OCTOBER, '54<br />

THEY DO THE CALLING<br />

Here are eight among the dozens of well-<br />

known recording callers featured by today's<br />

square dance recording companies.<br />

Longhorn—Red Warrick<br />

Old Timer—Butch Nelson<br />

S.l.O.—Kronenberger<br />

Windsor—Bruce Johnson<br />

MacGregor—"Jonesy"<br />

Aqua—Joe Hall


singing and patter call records over the past<br />

several years.<br />

Utilizing the Intro label, Joe Lewis has<br />

released accompaniment records for many of<br />

those calls he has made so famous (Alabama<br />

Jubilee, Somebody Stole My Gal, etc.).<br />

Most recent releases include Ragging a Call,<br />

Down Yonder, Suzie, and Lock My Heart.<br />

KISMET along with quite a few notable re-<br />

leases in the folk dance field have several in<br />

the square dance line that have been quite<br />

popular. These include called records by Al<br />

Brundage ( Barnacle Bill, Waltz Quadrille,<br />

Chicken Reel, Canadian Quadrille, etc.). Iii<br />

addition, the unusual recording style of Ralph<br />

Tefferteller and his Tennessee Circle and<br />

square dance calls appear on the Kismet label.<br />

LLOYD SHAW. Originated in Colorado Springs<br />

several years ago, the Lloyd Shaw Recording<br />

Company features round dances, mixers, quad-<br />

rilles and instruction records with the calling<br />

of Dr. Lloyd Shaw and music of Fred Bergin<br />

at the organ. Several albums, including a<br />

proven method of teaching the waltz, have<br />

become quite popular over the past few years.<br />

Multiple recordings of piano and several or-<br />

gans have been used quite successfully by<br />

this group.<br />

New releases: Dutch Treat and Anniversary<br />

Two-Step,<br />

LONGHORN RECORDS originated in 1954 in<br />

Houston, Texas. The Longhorn Record Com-<br />

pany has kept busy with a steady stream of<br />

called records, featuring the music of the<br />

Melody Cowhands. The label includes Nor-<br />

man Merrbach, Red Warrick, Ross Carney<br />

and Lester Woytek.<br />

Most recent recordings include The Stars,<br />

The Tennessee Gal, Bonaparte's Retreat,<br />

Open Up Your Heart, Oh Baby Mine, and<br />

Y'All Come.<br />

MacGREGOR from the first releases by this<br />

company in 1948 has been one of the top<br />

leaders in the square and round dance record-<br />

ing field. Observations in many different sec-<br />

tions of the country testify to the fact that<br />

more people have learned to square dance to<br />

the calls of "Jonesy" on MacGregor than to<br />

any other single recorded caller.<br />

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The MacGregor catalog is one of the most<br />

complete in the field today, ranging from the<br />

simpler singing calls first recorded by the<br />

company, up to the most current of the popular<br />

square dance tunes. The company simultaneously<br />

releases records with music only and<br />

with calls by "Jonesy.<br />

Pf<br />

A round dance recording plan featuring the<br />

music of Frank Messina and the Mavericks at<br />

frequent intervals brings the most popular<br />

round dances back to back on the Mac-<br />

Gregor label.<br />

Supervision of rounds and special teaching<br />

records have featured the voice of Ralph Max-<br />

himer. Other callers on the MacGregor label<br />

include Les Gotcher, Gordon Hoyt, Jack Ho-<br />

heisal and Ralph Maxhimer.<br />

Most recent releases : ( Squares ) —Smoke on<br />

the Water, Caribbean, Open Up Your Heart,<br />

and Rose Colored Glasses<br />

(Rounds)—I Don't Know Why, Waltz Time,<br />

Swinging Along, Waltz Together.<br />

MARLINDA. New "baby" of the square dance<br />

recording field is the Marlinda Company,<br />

headed by Kenny Babcock of Burbank and<br />

Gordon Hoyt of Whittier, Calif. An obvious,<br />

but natural situation is the label adopted by<br />

the company. For all square dance releases<br />

the label will bear the name "Square Dance"<br />

and the title. For all round dance releases<br />

will be the logotype "Round Dance."<br />

SETS IN ORDER, today a large part of the Sets<br />

in Order publishing firm, Sets in Order Rec-<br />

ords number a total of 55. 15 of these are<br />

records with calls, 33 are instrumental square<br />

dance music and 7 are round dance releases<br />

featuring organ music. Six different square<br />

dance bands have been featured on Sets in<br />

Order label. Among them are The Woodshed<br />

Four, The Bunkhouse Four and The Ozark<br />

Hoedowners.<br />

Callers on the Sets in Order label include<br />

Ed Gilmore, Tim York, Bob Osgood and<br />

Arnie Kronenberger, to name a few<br />

Latest round dance release is Waltzing<br />

Around and Meet the People. Most recent<br />

Hoedown without calls is Texas Gallop and<br />

Rakes of Mallow, and latest called square<br />

dance record featuring Arnie Kronenberger<br />

is Trailing Star and Wheel Around Square.<br />

SQUARE DANCE ASSOCIATES present the<br />

-1Ionor Your Partner" series of square dance<br />

albums featuring the calls and instructions of<br />

SETS in ORDER, OCTOBER, '54


Ed Durlacher and the "Top Hands." To this<br />

date no recording company has attempted so<br />

thorough a job to approach the young peo-<br />

ple of school age with the square dance idea.<br />

Four albums, starting with the very basics of<br />

square dancing and advancing with each suc-<br />

ceeding album, take the dancers through quite<br />

a number of figures. Number five in the series<br />

of 12" packages features the music of the<br />

"Top Hands" directed by Frank Novak with-<br />

out any calls. A truly ambitious and well<br />

thought out program, these albums are among<br />

the best known in the country today.<br />

First and most recent releases of this com-<br />

pany, featuring the calls of Gordon Hoyt are<br />

Back to Donegal, Caribbean, Susie, and Moun-<br />

tain Music.<br />

OLD TIMER one of the two topnotch square<br />

dancing record companies, situated in the<br />

valley of the sun, Phoenix, Arizona, is also<br />

one of the oldest. Produced under the direc-<br />

tion of the Ramsey family, Old Timer has<br />

featured callers from Arizona and many other<br />

sections of the country, including California<br />

and Texas.<br />

One of the few companies to maintain their<br />

own recording studio, Old Timer records fea-<br />

ture the music of Clay Ramsey and John<br />

Bolmer's orchestras.<br />

The repertoire of records in their catalog in-<br />

clude round dance favorites as well as squares<br />

with calls and music only.<br />

Latest release on the Old Timer label is<br />

Open Up Your Heart and Twelfth Street Rag,<br />

featuring the music of The Jerry JocIka Trio,<br />

with calls by Johnny Schultz.<br />

ROCK CANDY RECORDINGS just announced<br />

by Charlotte Underwood, director of Rock<br />

Candy Mountain Associates, is the acquisition<br />

from Hoedown Hall Recordings of all the Paul<br />

Hunt-Rock Candy Mountaineers series which,<br />

with the addition of a brand new pair of re-<br />

cordings by Paul and the Mountaineers, will<br />

be issued henceforth on the Rock Cayidy Re-<br />

cordings label. Paul Hunt, who hails from<br />

Long Island, New York, is a long time fa-<br />

vorite of dancers all over the country.<br />

STARDAY. Another recent arrival in th e square<br />

and round dance recording scene, Starday<br />

released its first records in October, 1953, un-<br />

der the direction of Dave Clavner. First re-<br />

leases—round dances, Sympathy and Steppin'<br />

in the Straw, featured the music of Kay Riggs'<br />

orchestra.<br />

More recent releases have featured the call-<br />

ing of Buzz Brown from San Diego, Calif,<br />

calling two original dances, Poor Little Robin<br />

and Boogie Square.<br />

YOU DANCE TO THEIR MUSIC<br />

Below are six of the well-known recording square dance bands. Top L to R—Don Armstrong and His<br />

Quadrilles Orchestra—Windsor; Buckaroos—Imperial; 3D Valley Boys—Hoedown; (Bottom Row) Johnny<br />

Balmer and His Grand Canyon Boys—Old Timer; Lester Woytek's Melody Cowhands—Longhorn; The<br />

Cascade Hillbillies—Aqua.


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VICTOR. Most callers and dancers who've been<br />

in the hobby for more than 8 years well re-<br />

member the large 12" Victor record of Black-<br />

berry Quadrille and Soldier's joy. For many<br />

years these two sides were the only square<br />

dance records that were either suitable by<br />

reason of tempo and tune or because of the<br />

longer playing time. Actually this record was<br />

but one of a series from an album by Wood-<br />

hull's Old Tyme Masters.<br />

For a number of years Victor's folk and<br />

square dance library was under the personal<br />

supervision of Michael Herman, Long Island,<br />

New York.<br />

Recently a series of packages, including the<br />

calls and instructions, have been recorded on<br />

this label by Bert Rietz of Milwaukee, Wis-<br />

consin. Among the Victor records currently<br />

used for the more popular round dances are<br />

Country Gentleman and Downhill Drag.<br />

10<br />

THEY DO THE ROUNDS<br />

Here are some of the folks you associate with today's<br />

round dance recordings. Top row L to R—Jim<br />

and Ginny Brooks—Hoedown; Ralph Maxhimer—Supervisor<br />

for MacGregor and Sets in Order; Organist Doris<br />

Cooley—Aqua; (inset) Fred Bergen and Lloyd Shaw—<br />

Lloyd Shaw Recordings; (bottom) Kay Riggs Orchestra-<br />

Starday Recordings.<br />

WESTERN JUBILEE. Taking a try at the record-<br />

ing field in early 1951, Mike Michele, that<br />

company's producer, came out with the rec-<br />

ords Alabama jubilee and Just Because, both<br />

with and without calls. The immediate suc-<br />

cess of these sides encouraged him to con-<br />

tinue in the recording field and since then<br />

Western Jubilee has introduced many of to-<br />

day's most popular singing calls.<br />

Recording on this label are such artists<br />

as Morris Sevada, Marvin Shilling, Paul Phil-<br />

lips and Pancho Baird.<br />

Full time job and Hoop-Dee-Doo are West-<br />

ern jubilee's most recent releases.<br />

WINDSOR. Right up with the top in the square<br />

dance recording field, Windsor Records led<br />

the field in many respects with excellent cov-<br />

erage and fine artistry. The company is run<br />

by its owner "Doc" Alumbaugh, and has been<br />

in the business of making square dance rec-<br />

ords for more than five years.<br />

Recording callers on the Windsor label in-<br />

clude Robby Robertson, Bruce Johnson, Don<br />

Armstrong, "Doc" Alumbaugh and Walt<br />

Byrnes.<br />

In the round dance field Windsor has had<br />

many "hits." Waltz of the Bells and All-<br />

American Promenade are just as popular to-<br />

day as they were when first presented by<br />

Windsor as its initial recording releases.<br />

Most recent Windsor releases include Heart<br />

of My Heart, Belle of San Antone, Hometown<br />

Polka and Ramblin' Reuben.<br />

SETS in ORDER, OCTOBER, '54


INDIANA<br />

By Ed Gilmore<br />

Dedicated to the Indiana State Callers' Association.<br />

Music: Indiana, Decca Record No. <strong>DU</strong>-953.<br />

Introduction:<br />

You circle left, in Indiana<br />

Now circle right, you circle 'til you're home<br />

Now turn your corner by the left, a right hand round your sweet<br />

A left hand by your corner, swing the next one that you meet<br />

Opposite.<br />

Now one more time, you turn your corner<br />

Left hand.<br />

Go full around, you meet your own and swing<br />

Original partner.<br />

And then you promenade tonight along the Wabash<br />

Take her back to your Indiana home.<br />

Figure:<br />

Heads right and left through, you turn right back now<br />

Go to the right and star to a line<br />

Couple No. 1 with couple No. 4, couple No. 3 with couple No. 2. Head gents<br />

lead out to form two lines, facing each other in side positions. Couple No. 1 is<br />

on end of line nearest No. 3 position. Couple No. 3 is on end of line nearest<br />

No. 1 position.<br />

And then go forward eight, fall back and then, pass through<br />

Cross set, passing right shoulder with opposite.<br />

All turn left, go single file, your lady's trailing you<br />

Do left face turn individually. Ladies follow partners in single file promenade.<br />

Now circle left, you've got a new gal<br />

So allemande left and swing your gal around<br />

You're gonna swing that gal and then you promenade her<br />

Take her back to your Indiana home<br />

Gents now have your original right hand ladies.<br />

Repeat figure once more for heads, and then twice for sides.<br />

Closer:<br />

You circle left, in Indiana<br />

Now circle right, you circle 'til you're home<br />

Now turn your corner by the left, a right hand round your sweet<br />

A left hand by your corner, swing the next one that you meet<br />

Now one more time, you turn your corner<br />

Left hand.<br />

Go full around, you meet your own and swing<br />

You're gonna promenade tonight along the Wabash<br />

When you're home you will swing your lady<br />

Swing with your pretty baby<br />

Take her to your Indiana home.<br />

SETS in ORDER, OCTOBER, '54 1 1


Here is a friendship circle<br />

of those who attend<br />

the fifth annual summer<br />

session of Dixie Folk and<br />

Square Dance Institute at<br />

ory University in Georgia,<br />

July 19-24. Fred and Mary<br />

Collette, of Atlanta, direct<br />

the institute and staff<br />

members include Ralph<br />

Page, Don Armstrong,<br />

Ruth and Las Woodard.<br />

Square dance fun at home in New Orleans. Kay and<br />

Ralph Phillippi duck smilingly thru an arch contributed<br />

to by Violet Helm, with Joe Pelleteri beaming<br />

in the background. Scene is the Phillippis' erstwhile<br />

garage which they have converted into a most<br />

danceable playroom.<br />

Our Canadian neighbors<br />

dance happily at one of<br />

the Jamborees sponsored<br />

by the Central Alberta<br />

Callers' Assn., who work<br />

together to iron out various<br />

callers' problems. The<br />

Jamborees acquaint the<br />

dancers with all the callers<br />

of the area and show<br />

them what fun can be<br />

gained from a smoothlyfunctioning<br />

callers' group.


THE BUNKHOUSE REEL<br />

First old coupie turn back to back<br />

Go half way round the outside track<br />

By Dr. C. H. Brownlee, Austin, Texas<br />

Opposites swing when you get there<br />

And line up four with the corner pair<br />

1st couple separates, walks around outside of square to No. 3 position<br />

and swings with opposite. No. 1 man with No. 3 lady stand four<br />

in line with couple No. 4; No. 3 man with No. 1 lady stand four<br />

in line with couple No. 2.<br />

Forward eight and back like that<br />

Four ladies star across the track<br />

Opposites left and hang on tight<br />

Go once and a half and the gents star right<br />

Opposites left when you get there<br />

And line up four with the same corner pair<br />

Four ladies grand chain to opposite gent, turning once and a half so<br />

that the gents can move into right hand star. Gents star to opposite<br />

turning them so they end in lines of four with same couple as before.<br />

Active couple (No. 1) is now at the head of the line.<br />

The headers reel, a right hand reel<br />

No. 1 man turns his original partner by the right hand. Movement<br />

from here on is same as the Virginia Reel with the active couple<br />

reeling down the line.<br />

Back to the sides a left hand reel<br />

Reel in the center when you get back<br />

A once and a half go across the track for a<br />

Left hand reel and don't look back<br />

In the center again go once and a half—and then you all<br />

Allemande left with your left hand<br />

Partner right, a right and left grand.<br />

ON THE COVER<br />

It's no secret that once again it's record<br />

issue time. This 1954 special issue is the<br />

largest yet and will undoubtedly become a<br />

reference book for square dancers, thanks to<br />

the specialized catalog of the Square Dance<br />

Square included.<br />

cr -rc ()WWI?, nCTORFR, '54 13


"STYLE SERIES"<br />

Steady Motion in Time to the Music Gives a<br />

Boost to the Enjoyment of Square Dancing.<br />

/I THAT'S SQUARE DANCING?" You've taken your 80-year-old uncle along with<br />

1- you to the weekly session of the "Cartwheelers" Square and Round Dance Club<br />

( the best and highest level club in the area) , and because he danced as a kid you<br />

figured he'd get quite a charge out of watching the current crop of Do Si Do artists<br />

strut their stuff.<br />

"If that's square dancin', I'll eat my Sunday-go-to-meeting straw hat. Why great<br />

Beeshevimeers ghost—those boys 'n' girls are just playing at the thing—they just aren't<br />

takin' it at all serious."<br />

"Why Uncle Frump!" you say, "How can you say they're not taking it serious—why-<br />

just look at those faces—bet you never saw such serious square dancing in your day!"<br />

"That's just what I'm a' saying," snaps Unc. "You just don't square dance 'les you're<br />

havin' fun and hardly a person in the hall is smilin'.<br />

"That ain't all—I always though it was square DANCING. Dancing—not just square<br />

standing. Back at the White's Barn in '92 you'd never see folks standing still, waiting<br />

for their turn to do the caller's bit. While they was a waitin' they just naturally kept<br />

time too—cutting a step—jigging we called it. Most everyone had his own style of<br />

`stepping' or 'jigging' but it all kept time to the music.<br />

"Then when it came your turn to 'lead off' you'd already be in the swing and not<br />

start out cold like these folks of yours."<br />

You look at the square nearest you. Couple 3's out with couple 4. The Davises at<br />

couple number one spot are talking to each other—probably deciding who to go out<br />

with after the dance. The Ellsworths at couple 2 spot are really miles away from it all.<br />

Susy Ellsworth is fixing the bow at the back of her dress while George is pulling his<br />

trouser leg out of his boot top—now he's standing up—ah—now he's scratching his ear<br />

—but not in time with the music.<br />

Now, let's get back to this idea of DANCING that your uncle was talking about.<br />

Chances are we'll never get to the place where we can all do those "Rick-a-dick-a-<br />

dye-dos" (a sorta cyncopated pas-de-Basque or balance step) folks used to do. As a rule<br />

today's dances keep everyone moving most of the time. However, when there are<br />

times that one couple is "inactive" for the moment, it's a natural thing to move a bit<br />

with the music.<br />

(Left) The music's playing, so what? These folks are busy just<br />

standing still and missing out on a good part of square dancing fun.


(Left and Right) A lot of square<br />

dancing enjoyment comes from just a<br />

simple "mark time" or motion on the<br />

part of those not actually active. Develop<br />

your own style. These pictured<br />

here are just suggestions.<br />

Try this the next time you're standing around while the dance "works" the other<br />

couples. On the 1st count of the measure of music, step forward into the center of the<br />

set on your left foot. On the second count bring the right up to the left. On 3 raise<br />

and lower the left foot. Then pause on count 4. On 5 step back on the right foot. On<br />

6 close with the left. Raise and lower the right foot on 7. Now pause on 8.<br />

Just keep repeating this as you wait, leaning out as you go into the center of the<br />

set and leaning forward as you back out to place. The footing should be opposite—<br />

girls start on right as the men folks start on the left. joined hands optional (but fun!)<br />

. . Out-6 . . . . 7-8<br />

And girls—when you have a free hand left over that isn't working—hold your skirt<br />

and move it naturally with a folding motion across and in front of you.<br />

All this doesn't mean that you should start using a series of noisy acrobatics as you<br />

dance. just relax and be natural.<br />

But for goodness sake—don't just stand!<br />

In some areas while waiting for the<br />

calls to start all dancers move forward<br />

to the center and back. In other areas<br />

heads alternate with the side in advancing<br />

to the center and backing out.


FASHION . .<br />

DBETTY, hmnh? Girl—and dress. The inter-<br />

' esting part is that this dress was designed<br />

for Genie Hare whom you see here, by her<br />

husband, Al, when they lived in Mancos, Colorado.<br />

It was for an exhibition set and made<br />

of 20 yards of material—both slip and dress,<br />

green organdy over green cotton. All the edges<br />

of the ruffles are picoted. The slip is standard,<br />

but a "can-can" touch was given to the outfits<br />

by ruffled panties. Eight of the complete<br />

cosumes were made for the exhibition-5 for<br />

the dancing ladies, one for the pianist of the<br />

musical group, one for Genie as alternate caller<br />

with her husband, and one extra. From reports<br />

of those who have seen this group dance,<br />

the dresses are some of the most effective yet<br />

FOOD . .<br />

Or, rather, drink, this time. Anne Wrede of<br />

Glendale, California, gives lots of patio square<br />

dance parties and finds the following punch<br />

very popular with her guests. It's wonderfully<br />

refreshing; try it and see. This amount will<br />

serve 50 people.<br />

Make a syrup by boiling for 10 minutes 13<br />

cups of water and 23 cups of sugar. Cool.<br />

Add-1 cup lemon juice<br />

1 can frozen orange juice (no water)<br />

1 cup strong black tea<br />

1 large can pineapple juice<br />

Mix well and store in refrigerator for at<br />

least an hour before use to allow the flavors<br />

to blend. This syrup is then diluted with:<br />

2 quarts ginger ale<br />

2 quarts white soda<br />

2 quarts club soda<br />

It is best to divide the syrup and add the<br />

soda and ginger ale only as needed. Ice, of<br />

course.<br />

‘1,00UEN on the Sig ARE<br />

for exhibition numbers. Al and Genie have<br />

now taken their dancing, designing, and call-<br />

ing talents to Fowler, Indiana, where they<br />

are making their home.<br />

One large jar of maraschino cherries may be<br />

added—or 1 package of frozen strawberries,<br />

for color and glamour as well as taste.<br />

FRESHNESS . .<br />

Nita Ward in Colton, California, says she<br />

happens to be one of those unfortunates wh9<br />

perspires too freely and finds her lady-like<br />

hankies entirely inadequate, the finger-tip<br />

Turkish towels a little too clumsy to use at<br />

a square dance. So . . . she turned to a bit of<br />

thievery and swiped a few of her husband's<br />

very nicest white linen handkerchiefs (the<br />

kind the men keep putting back for a very<br />

special occasion and which only yellow with<br />

age waiting for that occasion). On these Nita<br />

crochets a nice, lacey edge with about 100<br />

sewing thread, thereby assuring herself that<br />

her husband won't take them away from her.<br />

In the corner she writes her entire name with<br />

a plain white outline stitch. This eases her<br />

conscience and makes the handkerchief en-<br />

tirely hers! It sounds worth a try.<br />

16 crTc in r1RnER, r TrIBER, '54


GORDON HOYT<br />

pi ORDON HOYT, now a busy* caller in Whitt)<br />

tier, California, originally hailed from<br />

Pappy-Shaw-Land, Colorado Springs. He came<br />

to California in 1922 but returned to Colorado<br />

Springs where, in 1926, he attended the<br />

Cheyenne Mountain School. Pappy was not<br />

teaching western dancing then but the pupils<br />

did Indian dancing and had "tee pee" trips<br />

all over the state.<br />

Gordon and Jerry, his wife, became interested<br />

in folk dancing in 1937 at Camp High<br />

Sierra, where they were introduced to it by<br />

Fred Williams. Later Jim McGiffin furthered<br />

their instruction and in 1941 they joined a<br />

group of folks to pool their knowledge and<br />

learn more. From 1941 to 1948 Gordon<br />

worked with square dancing thru the Whittier<br />

Recreation Dept. He has also worked with<br />

the Santa Ana Recreation Dept., the Whittier<br />

Adult Education, and the Downey Adult Education.<br />

Since 1949 Gordon has taught no less<br />

than two classes a week, one beginning and<br />

one intermediate and most of the time he<br />

had two of at least one of them going. Currently<br />

he has two classes, a small workshop<br />

and an open dance each week.<br />

The first Callers' Pow Wow Gordon attended<br />

was in 1950 and he has missed only<br />

two of these Hollywood get-togethers since.<br />

He took three extension courses under jack<br />

Hoheisal, went to Shiemle's Callers' Camp at a<br />

Lake Arrowhead and to Herb Greggerson's at<br />

Ruidoso in 1950, as well as attending Asilomar<br />

in June, 1953.<br />

Most recent of the Hoyt projects is his partnership<br />

in the Marlinda Recording Company,<br />

for whom he has recorded Back to Donegal<br />

by Don Armstrong, Carribean, Susie, and<br />

Mountain Music. The records will be released<br />

thru MacGregor.<br />

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NUAIIE DANCE JUBILEE<br />

By Ernie Owens and Jim Mork, Oakland, Calif.<br />

Record: "Square Dance Jubilee," AAacG regor<br />

#695 (Without Call).<br />

Break;<br />

Now you all join hands and circle 'round the town<br />

You break and swing your honey 'round and<br />

'round<br />

Allemande left with the corner lady<br />

The gents turn their corner lathes by the left<br />

hand (CCW).<br />

Pass your own, that pretty little baby<br />

Pass right shoulders.<br />

Allemande right, your right hand lady<br />

The gents turn their right hand ladies by the<br />

right hand (CW).<br />

Pass right by your pretty little baby<br />

Allemande left and a grand old right and left<br />

And when you meet your honey 'round the set<br />

You promenade around the ring<br />

Take a little walk with the pretty little thing<br />

And you swing 'er to the Square Dance Jubilee<br />

Figure:<br />

Now the heads to the right and you circle once<br />

around<br />

Couples No. 1 and No. 3. Circle until head<br />

couples are in the center of the set.<br />

You chain the ladies over and you wheel the<br />

gals around<br />

It's a right and left thru and don't you blunder<br />

The inside arch, the outside under<br />

The center couples form an arch and the out-<br />

side couples duck under to center of the set.<br />

Swing the opposite fellow's sally<br />

Take her home to your home alley<br />

The head gents swing the ladies directly opposite<br />

them. Original corner lady.<br />

The gents star left, go once around the set<br />

The gents form a left hand star in the center<br />

of the set and turn the star (CCW) to the<br />

gents' home position.<br />

It's a wagon wheel, you're gonna spin your pet<br />

Using a right forearm grip, the gents turn the<br />

ladies once around walking (CW). The ladies<br />

execute a right face twirl and the dancers<br />

assume the promenade position.<br />

Then you promenade, go arm in arm<br />

To steal a little kiss would do no harm<br />

And you swing 'er to the Square Dance Jubilee.<br />

Note: The gents now have their original corner<br />

lady for their new partners.<br />

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(EDITOR'S NOTE: This "Round The Outside Ring," a collection of interesting<br />

Iowa<br />

The 6th Semi-Annual Square Dance spon-<br />

sored by radio station WNAX, Sioux City,<br />

will be held in the Municipal Auditorium on<br />

November 6. "Jim" Luchtel will furnish the<br />

music. Sioux City Clubs will again act as hosts<br />

in cooperation with the City Recreation Dept.,<br />

and over 100 squares are expected, as well as<br />

some 2000 spectators. Art Smith will M.G.<br />

Nebraska<br />

On Oct. 2 the Silver Belles & Beaux of Sid-<br />

ney will hold their annual jubilee. Butch Nel-<br />

son, that genial guy from El Paso, Texas, will<br />

M.C. and music will be furnished by a fa-<br />

vorite Rocky Mountain band—Bob Schwerer<br />

and the Sons of the Rockies. 20 of the favorite<br />

callers of the Tri-State area will take part in<br />

the program for this dance, for which Silver<br />

Belles & Beaux are footing the hills. Danc-<br />

ing is FREE!<br />

Arkansas<br />

Dudes & Dolls, Fayetteville, specialize in<br />

the more traditional squares and couple dances.<br />

Sometimes a contra is included on their pro-<br />

grams. Recently a large beginers' class was<br />

graduated in a ceremony in which diplomas<br />

were presented by Dick Foringer, instructor.<br />

Recent visitors to Favetteville have been Joe<br />

Hall of Seattle, Wash., who introduced his<br />

dance, "Julie"; and Bill Yates, of Phoenix,<br />

Ariz., who held an informal workshop and vis-<br />

ited the regular dance. Traveling dancers are<br />

invited to dance any Friday under the stars<br />

at the University of Arkansas Amphitheatre.<br />

Call the club secretary, Ronnie Fink, Hill-<br />

crest 2-6686.<br />

The Northwest Arkansas Ozark Association<br />

danced August 7 at the Amphitheatre. Frank<br />

Irey of Fort Smith called and the Chicken<br />

Reelers of Springfield were hosts. Callers at<br />

the July Association dance in Fayetteville<br />

were Frank Irey, Archie Mills, Dick Foringer,<br />

Clyde Imbrook, Bob Maeder, Roy Kay, Vir-<br />

ginia Kay, and Dick Fink. Dudes & Dolls<br />

hosted this one.<br />

Square Dancing news items from different parts of the country other than in<br />

our immediate neighborhood is a regular feature of "Sets in Order" and will<br />

be collected and written by Helen Orem, Assistant Editor. All information re-<br />

garding activities of groups whose activities would fall in this category should<br />

be sent to Mrs. Orem, at 462 North Robertson Blvd., Los Angeles 48, California.<br />

Arizona<br />

Frank and Carolyn Hamilton of Pasadena,<br />

Calif., will conduct a two-day round dance<br />

workshop in Phoenix on October 1-2. They<br />

are sponsored by the Valley of the Sun Square<br />

Dance Assn., and the City of Phoenix Parks<br />

& Recreation Dept. The Hamiltons will bring<br />

their usual fine teaching methods to Phoenix,<br />

following their policy of teaching rounds that<br />

square dancers will enjoy.<br />

Oregon<br />

The Bend-Bound Buckaroo caravan left<br />

Roseburg promptly at 7:00 A.M. on July 31,<br />

stopping at Eugene-Springfield junction to<br />

pick up two carloads of dancers from Eugene.<br />

At Springfield city limits the caravan was met<br />

by a police escort and paraded thru town to<br />

a street which had been roped off for the<br />

morning square dance. Within five minutes<br />

after the caravan's arrival the group was danc-<br />

ing to Curley Reynolds' calling. Springfield<br />

dancers joined the caravan which next stop-<br />

ped at Gate Creek Ranch. The barn was too<br />

small to hold the crowd so they danced on<br />

the lawn.<br />

At Bend city limits the group was joined<br />

by members of Castle Eight-ers and Do-Si-Do<br />

Clubs from Portland; Mel Stricklett, Bend's<br />

host caller; and a police escort. About 60 cars<br />

paraded into Bend where another street dance<br />

was held before the caravan disbanded. There<br />

were 86 squares at Bruin Field Saturday<br />

night for the Annual Bend Jamboree. Mel's<br />

Belles and Beaux, Bend's host club for the<br />

Jamboree, set up a field kitchen in the park<br />

on Sunday morning and served 30 at break-<br />

fast. The dance was given with co-operation<br />

of the Bend Junior Chamber of Commerce<br />

and music was furnished by Eddie Kenetcges'<br />

orchestra, with Mel Stricklett as M.G. Fine in-<br />

termission entertainment included the Red-<br />

mond Buck & Wing Club, the Roseburg Buck-<br />

eroos, Drusilla Waltz by the Onffroys of Boise,<br />

and the Meadow Muffin 2-Step by the Danc-<br />

ing Pucketts and group.<br />

18 SETS in ORDER, OCTOBER, '54


Pennsylvania<br />

Pittsburgh has been square dancing every<br />

week-end at one of the YMCA's. Also, it has<br />

several clubs which meet during the week. A<br />

visitor to Pittsburgh could inquire about danc-<br />

ing at the East Liberty Y on Whitfield St., or<br />

at the Downtown Y on Wood St. and be put<br />

in touch with someone who knew where there<br />

was a square dance.<br />

The Susquehanna Y's Men's Club sponsors<br />

their 6th Annual Jamboree on October 30.<br />

Callers will be from Pennsylvania and sur-<br />

rounding states, and music by the Palmyra<br />

Palm Pickers. This event will be held in the<br />

Harrisburg YMCA with space for over 40<br />

dancers on the floor.<br />

Wyoming<br />

The Hoedowners' State-Wide Barn Dance<br />

was staged in Riverton on Sept. 24-25. Johnny<br />

LeClair was M.G., with Louie Lutz of Lara-<br />

mie and Hank Zimmerman of Sheridan sharing<br />

the calling honors, insuring the dancers of a<br />

good, lively time. "Sons of the Rockies" from<br />

Fort Collins, Colo., furnished the music.<br />

Circle Eight Square Dance Club of Casper<br />

will sponsor the Oil City Hoedown on October<br />

15-16. Mel Day from Boise, Ida., will be M.C.<br />

for the Workshop and Dance on Oct. 16.<br />

Florida<br />

Square dancing in an elegant atmosphere<br />

took place during Labor Day week-end at<br />

the plush Fort Harrison Hotel in Clearwater.<br />

Don Armstrong was in charge of the program<br />

which included 4 days of dancing. Outdoor<br />

dances in the soft southern breezes as well<br />

as indoor dances were enjoyed, broken up by<br />

'C<br />

splash parties" in the hotel pool. On Sunday<br />

evening, a Beach Party and Chuck Wagon<br />

supper was given for the dancers on the<br />

hotel's private beach.<br />

Indiana<br />

Plans are now under way to bring to In-<br />

dianapolis the largest assemblage of square<br />

dancers ever to meet under one roof is In-<br />

diana. The occasion is the 4th Indiana_ Square<br />

Dance Festival on October 9, in the Manu-<br />

facturers' Bldg., at the Indiana State Fair-<br />

grounds. Afternoon and evening sessions are<br />

planned, in which callers from all (---ver the<br />

state will participate. During these sessions a<br />

rural youth caller will be selected to represent<br />

Indiana at the International Festival in Chi-<br />

cago on November 13.<br />

Kansas<br />

The Southwest Kansas Third Annual Fes-<br />

tival, sponsored by the Westernaires Square<br />

Dance Club, will be held at the City Forum<br />

Auditorium, Wichita, Kans., Oct. 23. Arnie<br />

Kronenberger from Los Angeles will be the<br />

featured caller. There will be clinics in square<br />

and couple dancing in the afternoon before<br />

the big dance at night.<br />

Texas<br />

Fort Worth's Annual Square Dance Festival<br />

will be on October 23 at Will Rogers Coliseum<br />

and is sponsored by the City Recreation Dept..<br />

and square dance clubs. The Children's Fes-<br />

tival will be from 6 to 8 P.M.; the Big Jam<br />

boree from 8 to 12 P.M.<br />

The Cen-Tex Fair Square Dance jamboree<br />

on Sept. 23-25 was sponsored by the Temple<br />

Square Dance Club and the Centre 1 Texas<br />

Fair. Local callers were • featured, calling to<br />

three topnotch bands. Exhibitions als 0 enliv-<br />

ened the proceedings.<br />

The Beaumont Area Square Dance Council<br />

held its fall jamboree on Sept. 11 in the air-<br />

conditioned Harvest Club in Beaumont. This<br />

event was a FREE dance and dancers from<br />

far and wide were invited to attend for the fun.<br />

Meet the Hix 'n' Chix of Ogden, Utah, foregathered in the square dance room of the Fred Smiths. Fred<br />

is the second man from the left, standing, with caller Drew Whitney on his left; Jeri is the gal in the<br />

white dress, standing.


WALTZING A noun<br />

By Cleo and Pauline Harden of Coalinga, California.<br />

(An easy-to-learn waltz for those who like to waltz in closed position)<br />

Record: "Waltzing A Round," Sets in Order 3015. (Tune: "Dreamy Melody").<br />

Position: Closed, M facing LOD (after introduction).<br />

Footwork: Opposite throughout. Directions for M.<br />

Measures INTRO<strong>DU</strong>CTION<br />

1 -2 Wait 2 meas, M facing LOD with M's R, W's L hands joined.<br />

3-4 "Acknowledge": short step back away from partner on M's L, touch R to L<br />

instep, hold and bow slightly; meas 4—step twd partner on R into closed<br />

pos, touch L by R, hold.<br />

PATTERN<br />

1-4 Balance: Forward; Back; Waltz Left; and Around;<br />

Step fwd on M's L, touch R to L instep, hold; step back R, touch L by R,<br />

hold; 2 L face (CCW) turning waltzes, moving in LOD, end with M facing<br />

LOD.<br />

5-8 Waltz: Forward; Right Turn; Around; in Place;<br />

One fwd waltz in LOD, stepping L, R, close L to R; 2 R face (CW) turning<br />

waltzes moving in LOD and ending with M facing LOD; a short step fwd<br />

on R and in place on L and R as both maneuver into pos for twinkle cross<br />

(L hips adjacent, M facing diag fwd twd wall).<br />

9-10 Twinkle: Cross, Turn, Step; Cross, Turn, Step;<br />

"Twinkle" step with M stepping on L across in front of R and diag fwd twd<br />

wall, step R by L starting to turn twd center, and L in place (W crosses R<br />

ft in back of L, steps L by R, and R in place in counterpart to M); - repeat<br />

this twinkle step with opp footwork (slight movement fwd in LOD rather<br />

than straight across LOD on these 2 twinkles). End in closed pos, M facing<br />

LOD.<br />

11-12 Balance: Back and Turn1/4; Forward and Turn 1/4;<br />

Step bwd on M's L twd center, turning 1/4 R (CW) so M faces wall, touch R<br />

by L, hold; step fwd on M's R, turning 1/4 R again so M faces RLOD, touch<br />

L by R, hold.<br />

13-16 Waltz: 1; 2; 3; Twirl and Start;<br />

3 R face (CW) turning waltzes progressing in LOD (M leads bwd on L in<br />

LOD as he starts his waltz turn and W steps fwd R between his feet on<br />

her first turning step). Then, as M waltzes slightly fwd in LOD, he twirls W<br />

R face (she steps L, R, L) to end in closed pos, M facing LOD ready to begin<br />

dance again.<br />

Dance is repeated for a total of 6 times. Dance finishes with additional<br />

twirl and a bow and curtsey, M's back to center and his R hand joined<br />

with W's R.<br />

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HE editatnia DANCER<br />

• The Monday night advanced workshop held<br />

at Van Nuys Junior High, "Paws and Taws/'<br />

called by Max Wolf, is continuing dancing into<br />

the fall season. It is a place where experienced<br />

dancers can improve their dancing, learn newest<br />

figures as well as the tricky old ones. Guests<br />

are welcome.<br />

• A new beginners' class will start Sept. 30<br />

and be held every Thursday following, for 12<br />

weeks, at Van Nuys Junior High with Max Wolf.<br />

Registrations close Oct. 7.<br />

■ A group of beginners assisted by experienced<br />

dancers began dancing in March and has now<br />

formed a club comprising 65 couples, called the<br />

Square and Star of Long Beach. Their graduation<br />

dance was held Sept. 18. Bob Van Antwerp<br />

is caller and instructor for the group.<br />

• While Angie Stork is recuperating from surgery,<br />

her round dance group at Swimm's Barn<br />

in Gardena will be in the capable hands of Art<br />

and Verdella Olson, and Jim Burk. Angie will<br />

be back on her teaching feet very soon.<br />

• Between 65 and 70 sets attended the Fiesta<br />

La Ballona in Culver City on August 14. The<br />

Veterans' Memorial Auditorium is a particularly<br />

good place for a large dance affair like this as<br />

it accommodates lots of spectators as well as<br />

dancers and from these ranks new recruits are<br />

often drawn. Callers at the affair were Bill Yates<br />

from Phoenix, Earl Pechin and Johnny Velotta,<br />

with music by Frank Harper's Hoedowners. 30<br />

clubs were represented, with one couple from<br />

Canada and one from New England.<br />

• On Oct. 8, Panamint Promenaders are holding<br />

a Callers' Hoedown in conjunction with the<br />

Desert Square Dance Assn. in Trona. Dancers<br />

and callers from all over the desert are expected.<br />

Everybody is welcome—desert dwellers<br />

or no.<br />

• During one of the early fall hot spells, the<br />

Red Ribbon Squares, at their Party Night, requested<br />

each member to appear in favorite vacation<br />

togs. The variety of attire was good for<br />

lots of laughs, for dancers wore shorts, night<br />

clothes, and beach costumes. Prize for the bestappearing<br />

couple went to the Chuck Gillies', he<br />

in night-shirt and cap, she in picnic-ing attire,<br />

with basket. Bob Bevan calls for this group.<br />

■ In co-operation with the Delano Circles and<br />

Squares Club, Delano Harvest Holidays will<br />

present their 9th Annual Square Dance in Delano,<br />

Oct. 9. Dancing will be in the big new<br />

armory to King Cotton's Hoe -lown s and the<br />

calling of "Jonesy" and Bruce c;totts.<br />

SPECIAL CALIFORNIA SUPPLEMENT TOO&<br />

AROUND THE CALIFORNIA SQUARE<br />

• You round dancers—and there are a lot of you<br />

—will be wanting to make a place or your<br />

dance calendar for the Round Dance Round-Up<br />

which will take place in Glendale Civic Auditorium<br />

on Sunday, Nov. 14, 2 to 6 P.N. It is<br />

sponsored by the Round Dance Teachers' Assn.<br />

of So. Calif., and M.C.'s will be Maria Felding<br />

from San Diego; Helen Horn and Johnny \felotta,<br />

Los Angeles; Louis Leon, Bakersfield. T ickts are<br />

$1.50 per couple and can be obtained from<br />

Association members.<br />

FIESTA! FIESTA! VIVA!<br />

If you know what's good for fun, ycu will<br />

mark October 15-16-17 on your Sets in Order<br />

Calendars for those are the dates of the 4th<br />

Annual Fiesta de la Cuadrilla in San Diego's<br />

lushly beautiful Balboa Park. Co-sponsored by<br />

the San Diego Square Dance Association and the<br />

City Recreation and Parks Dept., this affair is<br />

annually one of the best run and most enjoyable<br />

occasions going. The General Committee<br />

this year is headed by Les Kobler, Helen Smithwick<br />

and Maria Fielding with nineteen other<br />

committees working like beavers to li ne everything<br />

up.<br />

Things pop off on Friday night with a South<br />

of the Border Dance at the Caliente Club House,<br />

sponsored by the Tia Juana Lions Club. On Saturday<br />

morning registration will begin at 2 A.M.<br />

in Recital Hall, Balboa Park, where al I the rest<br />

of the activities will be held. There will be a<br />

Square Dance Workshop conducted by Bob Os<br />

good; Round Dance Workshops concluded by<br />

Frank Hamilton and Ralph Maxhirner. Irnp'ornptu<br />

dancing will be going on and a Junior Dancers'<br />

Cavalcade at Balboa Bowl. Chuck Wagon dinner<br />

will be simultaneous with a Style Show, followed<br />

by folk songs with Sam Hinton. The Grande<br />

Square dance in the evening will be followed<br />

by an After Party.<br />

On Sunday the "Ham and" breakfast will be<br />

at 9 A.M., with more round and square dancing<br />

following, as well as the Callers' Swap Shop.<br />

In the P.M. the Square Dance Cavalcade will be<br />

presented in Balboa Bowl (you can sit down for<br />

this!). More impromptu dancing and the Hasta<br />

La Vista dance to finish it off at night.<br />

Meal tickets must be purchased before Oct.<br />

13. Write or 'phone Les Airhart, 1638 Emerald<br />

St., San Diego or HU 8-6760. Saturday dinner<br />

costs $1.50 each; Sunday breakfast 75c each.<br />

Be sure to reserve if you want to eat!<br />

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AWA-WEGO COUNTRY FAIR<br />

The folks in the Tulare-Three Rivers area really<br />

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Country Fair Dance at the Tulare Women's Club.<br />

Guests came from as far as El Centro to have<br />

bucolic fun in ginghams and straw hats amidst a<br />

very "farmy" atmosphere. Even a life-size steer<br />

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Hunter Crosby, Ralph Maxhimer, Sparky Adams,<br />

Earl Johnson, Max Slatten, and Rodney Harris.<br />

The Maxhimers did a Waltz Medley, the Sparky<br />

Adams' their new Peggy O'Neil round, and the<br />

Cleo Hardens their Waltzing A Round, in exhibition.<br />

On Sunday the Hunter Crosbys entertained a<br />

great gang of folks at their lovely home in Three<br />

Rivers. Dancing was outdoors on a slab down<br />

by the river's edge and food was out of this<br />

world. The entire affair was so successful it may<br />

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DANCING AT FESTIVAL OF NATIONS<br />

An important part of the 1954 Festival of<br />

Nations sponsored by the City of Burbank and<br />

their Symphony Orchestra was the square dancing<br />

included on the program. The "Old Timers"<br />

group consisting of the Paul Burketts, George<br />

Tangemans, Audley Anderson and Peggy Ward,<br />

Andy Backsell and Kathryn Amos, were joined<br />

by four other squares of dancers. Sherman Saunders<br />

was Dance Director and Nelda Burkett, Coordinator<br />

for the show which took place on an<br />

outdoor stage at the Burbank Starlight Theatre.<br />

Miriam Stevenson, Miss Universe of 1954, lent<br />

her beauteous presence to the proceedings, also.<br />

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WELK TO PLAY FOR WHEELCHAIR DANCERS<br />

On October 10 at the Aragon Ballroom at<br />

Lick Pier, Lawrence Welk will provide his<br />

"Champagne Music" with a hoedown beat for<br />

a group of wheel-chair square dancers who will<br />

give an exhibition. These young people are<br />

patients at the California Rehabilitation Center<br />

in Santa Monica and have been trained in their<br />

dancing by Bill Heilman, caller, and also a patient.<br />

The group call themselves the Dancin`<br />

Wheels and at their rehearsal with Welk displayed<br />

their proficiency. Proceeds from the dance<br />

will benefit the California Rehabilitation Center,<br />

South Coast Hoedown<br />

• South Coast Association's Summer Hoedown<br />

at Sunny Hills was a most delightful occasion<br />

with some 40 squares enjoying the 6 to 9 P.M.<br />

dancing. M.C.'s were Bob Osgood and Harley<br />

Smith and also participating in the calling were<br />

Dick Ormsby, Merl Olds, Lee Boswell, Paul<br />

Woodings, "Brownie" Brown. Music was by Jack<br />

Barbour and his Rhythm Rustlers.<br />

CORRECTION<br />

In the August California Dancer we incorrectly<br />

listed Don Frisbee of Yorba Linda, who called at<br />

the Bob Ruff graduation dance, as having been<br />

coached by Bob. Actually, Don was Bob's special<br />

guest at the affair, and has been calling since<br />

1947 all over Orange County. He also attended<br />

Pappy Shaw's Institute in 1949. Our apologies.<br />

HOWDY PODNER TO SEQUOIA<br />

Fifty-one members of Bill Hiney's Howdy Podners<br />

group from Van Nuys visited Sequoia National<br />

Park over the Labor Day week-end. Ed and<br />

Grace Finn, park employees as well as club<br />

members, saved the camping space for the gang<br />

who trickled in from Thursday evening on. They<br />

danced Friday night to Hunter Crosby and on<br />

Saturday scoured the camp for a record player.<br />

Finally a ranger loaned them one and they<br />

danced by the light of the moon and Coleman<br />

lanterns. Girls and men alike wore jeans and<br />

jackets_ On Sunday everyone contributed to a<br />

potluck dinner and then the stuffed dancers sat<br />

around the fire and sang. In the picture you see<br />

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Arnie Kronenberger 2nd Saturday<br />

Bob Hall 3rd Saturday<br />

Glen Story 4th Saturday<br />

Jim York 5th Saturday<br />

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Mondays—Open Round Dance Class<br />

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Wednesdays—Open Square Dance. (Int.)<br />

A dance for fun—Larry Davidson, caller<br />

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HIGHLIGHTS FROM BAKERSFIELD<br />

By Rae Ridlon<br />

United Square Dancers' president, Francis<br />

Kimble, will soon move to Morro Bay, and Sam<br />

Speaks, Vice-President will take over for the<br />

remainder of the term.<br />

The Bakersfield Roundaliers' Round Dance<br />

Club's first anniversary party was held recently<br />

in the Spanish Ballroom of the El Tejon Hotel.<br />

One hundred fifty people crowded the floor for<br />

the dancing of 32 different rounds. A buffet<br />

dinner was then enjoyed at 6:30 P.M. 46 couples<br />

attended from Los Angeles, San Luis Obispo,<br />

and the Fresno area.<br />

About 20 couples came to Bakersfield the<br />

night before when a welcoming committee took<br />

them around to all the square dance clubs in<br />

session that night. They square-ed and round-ed<br />

until the wee hours. Several of the clubs asked<br />

Bill Hiney, Hal Clodfelter, and Ralph Maxhimer<br />

to give them examples of their calling, which<br />

were enjoyed very much.<br />

Squares-Up members celebrated their 6th Anniversary<br />

on Sept. 11. Charter members were<br />

special guests. Doc and Millie Stephens, in<br />

charge of entertainment, set up a Wheel of Fortune<br />

on which prizes were given away during<br />

the evening. All clubs in the area were invited.<br />

B Squares will be the next club to celebrate<br />

an anniversary on the third Saturday in October<br />

. . . Square Y's opened their new year of dancing<br />

with a big dance Sept. 11. Louis and Lela<br />

Leon are club callers . . . Wagon Wheelers got<br />

Committe for Bakersfield's Roundalier Party.<br />

1st row: Louis Leon, Jack Armiger, Sam Speaks,<br />

Henry Weitzel, Les DePew, Bud Knowland, Francis<br />

Kimble. 2nd row: Lela Leon, Virginia Ray,<br />

Louise Calderwood, Violet Kimble, Wynn Hagelstein,<br />

Lil Knowland, Trudie Weitzel, and Helen<br />

Armiger. 3rd row: Margie Speaks, Bob Ray, Ivas<br />

Calderwood, Florence DePew, Lee Hagelstein.<br />

20—IV<br />

the new season under way with a Bar-B-Q on<br />

Sept. 10. Herb Berry is their caller . . . Carl<br />

Hayslett and Chappie Chapman arranged a party<br />

night for their beginners who dance at Beauchamps<br />

Barn on Tuesday nights. Fifteen squares<br />

danced enthusiastically to Jonesy's fun calling.<br />

NEWS NOTES FROM NORTHERN CALIFORNIA<br />

By Dan Allen<br />

One square of Do Si Dandies from Bellflower<br />

came especially for the Jim York dance at Carpenter's<br />

Hall, San Rafael, and included the<br />

Charley Humphreys, George Teeples, Cy Ca!dwells<br />

and Buzz Knerrs. The Jim Eitzes, parents<br />

of Jackie Knerr, entertained . . . Glen Story from<br />

Van Nuys did his usual good job of calling for<br />

the San Jose Dudes and Dolls on Sept. 5 . . . New<br />

callers William Layne Castner and Christopher<br />

George Owen made their first appearances on<br />

July 17 and August 26 respectively. We'll hope<br />

to see them at the dances.<br />

Jack Worthington, who spent so much time<br />

dancing in the area while in service, sends his<br />

thanks to all here for his good time . . . These<br />

49-ers surely get around. They appeared on the<br />

stage at Hoberg's in Lake County and entertained<br />

the crowd with caller Bill Castner. (Lil:<br />

Remember the deadline is the 8th of the month.)<br />

. . . The Garden Swingers under Bill Theede is<br />

a travelin` bunch, too, from San Jose to Mill<br />

Valley. The club meets at Garfield School, San<br />

Leandro, on Monday nights and Bill has a beginners'<br />

class on Thursday nights. Chic Burgess<br />

will have to look to his laurels on visiting clubs<br />

with his Whirlaways when Bill really starts to<br />

work.<br />

Phil Hostetler has been forced by circumstances<br />

to give up his job as Editor of Square<br />

Dance—Where, published by the Callers' Assn.<br />

of Northern Calif. It will be handled in the future<br />

by Betty and Ed Ferrario. Phil has done a<br />

terrific job . . . Featured callers at the Grasshoppers<br />

on Sept. 4 were Tex Dehoney, Ken<br />

Samuels, Bob Page, and Cliff Viery. Ruth Graham<br />

was MC, and called, too .They always seem<br />

to have a good party.<br />

The Marin Square Dance Assn. is continuing<br />

the Fall program with a beginners' class under<br />

Charley Bassett starting Oct. 6, and an Intermediate<br />

class with various callers on Sept. 28<br />

at Isabel Cook School in San Anselmo. Bill Owen<br />

is Chairman of the Association . . . The Valley<br />

Swingers' Saturday night Hoe-down and "fashion<br />

show" in Castro Valley was a real success.<br />

Jim Mork, from the Bay area, did a bang-up<br />

job as narrator for the show. Ruth Graham, Oscar<br />

Reed, and Jack Logan who M.C.'d, made it a<br />

gala evening for all. The Swingers also gifted<br />

their caller and his wife, the Logans, with a<br />

set of T.V. trays for their wedding anniversary.<br />

Valley Swingers had their second -anniversary<br />

dance on August 14. Callers on hand to help<br />

make the party real fun were Virginia Johnson,<br />

Bill Fowler, Fred Travers and club caller Jack Logan.<br />

The Swingers did an exhibition dance, Isle<br />

of Capri, in black light. The effect was beautiful.<br />

Cake and ice cream topped the evening.<br />

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them easy to order . . . by giving you ❑ large choice of styles and colors . .<br />

we of Square Dance Square hope we have added to your dancing pleasure.<br />

With the following general information regarding the items in this<br />

booklet, our set's in order. With a bow to you, our partner, we'll begin!<br />

General Information<br />

Gals: • Dresses are available in almost any basic color, as well as those<br />

suggested.<br />

• To give you a dress that is "yours alone", we change print<br />

designs with every bolt of material. For this reason no<br />

swatches are available.<br />

• You will not receive the exact print pictured. However, you<br />

may state preference of large or small design, print or plaid.<br />

• Standard sizes are 10 through 18, with skirts ballerina length<br />

unless otherwise requested.<br />

• Custom-made garments are available at a slightly increased<br />

price. See "How to Order" page 35 for details.<br />

Gents: • Designs on shirts may occasionally differ slightly from those<br />

pictured.<br />

• Standard shirt sizes are 14 through 17, with short, medium<br />

and long sleeves. For specific information, see Men's Section,<br />

starting on page 29 Order information, page 35.<br />

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3D401<br />

Salute to the prettiest<br />

picture on the floor<br />

you in this pinafore with-<br />

out peer! The skirt .<br />

11 yards of twirling tiers.<br />

The bodice . . . ruffled,<br />

sweetheart-cut, Vol lace-<br />

trimmed. The whole en-<br />

chtanted bit of fluff, a<br />

shadow-printed organdy<br />

that's sheer flattery.<br />

Blue, pink or orchid 27.98<br />

Also in small floral print on<br />

crisp red, yellow or green<br />

cotton 19.98<br />

Nylon dotted Swiss in red,<br />

nile green or light blue 33.98<br />

All 3D separates have Snugtex<br />

waistbands on skirts to prevent<br />

slipping; side zippers in bodices.<br />

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3D903<br />

This couple dances the<br />

fanciest figures called .<br />

catches your fancy with a<br />

splashing floral print!<br />

Ruffled blouse and<br />

matching 1 1 -yard skirt.<br />

staying close together<br />

by means of the non-<br />

slip skirt-band.<br />

Floral print on white, pink or<br />

black crisp cotton _19.98<br />

Also in pastel yellow, blue<br />

or green dotted Swiss or<br />

organdy.<br />

27.98<br />

Red, navy or pink nylon<br />

dotted Swiss. 33.98<br />

3D999<br />

This set's in order with<br />

no effort at all! Squaw-<br />

scoop blouse and match-<br />

ing tri-tiered skirt<br />

both in wash-easy cotton<br />

"Riptide" that never<br />

needs ironing . . _ both<br />

holding their places for<br />

good, because of the<br />

non-slip waistband in the<br />

skirt. Golden and black<br />

rick-rack trim.<br />

Solid color white, black, lime<br />

or red.<br />

27.98


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3D071<br />

Separates that swing as<br />

partners . . and always<br />

keep their place, thanks<br />

to the non-slip waist-<br />

band in the skirt! Elasti-<br />

cized neckline turns the<br />

demure sweetheart scoop<br />

into an eye-catching off-<br />

the-shoulder style with a<br />

flick of the wrist. Five-<br />

tier skirt has an 1 1-yard<br />

sweep.<br />

Novelty printed cotton in<br />

green, brown or blue. 19.98<br />

3D9O4<br />

Swing your partner and<br />

swirl that skirt! There's<br />

a 10 yard sweep in this<br />

four-tier two-piece!<br />

Unusual galoon-em-<br />

broidered square neck,<br />

ruffled with eyelet,<br />

Woven Anderson gingham<br />

multicolor plaid; red, blue or<br />

green predominating. 21.98<br />

Also in dotted Swiss or<br />

organdy in pastel yellow,<br />

green or blue. _27,98<br />

No-iron nylon dotted Swiss,<br />

red, navy or pink._33.98<br />

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Circle, right! . . . in a<br />

full-circle skirt that's<br />

right for any dancing<br />

occasion! Non-slip waist-<br />

band.<br />

Delicate floral print on pink,<br />

yellow or black cotton. 11.98<br />

Also in red, green or black<br />

polished cotton. 13.98<br />

3D 500<br />

Cobweb lace yokes this<br />

white cotton broadcloth<br />

blouse. 6.98<br />

Also available in black, red<br />

or pastels with yoke of some<br />

material. 6.98<br />

3D103<br />

Pretty polished prome-<br />

nader . . . 3-tier skirt of<br />

polished cotton, bright-<br />

ened with rows of rick-<br />

rack and gay. print. Non-<br />

slip waistband.<br />

Black, green or red polished<br />

cotton print 14.98<br />

Also in brown, blue or yellow<br />

cotton print. 12.98<br />

3D600<br />

Ruffled blouse in cotton<br />

broadcloth, black, white,<br />

red or pastels. 6.98<br />

Also in white broadcloth<br />

with yoke and ruffle of white<br />

galoon embroidery. 6.98<br />

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1 D91<br />

Sweetheart of every<br />

sweetie who ever swirled<br />

a whirling skirt . . . the<br />

sweeping, sweetheart-<br />

necklined cotton print!<br />

This one, just made to<br />

set a-twitter . . . with a<br />

foamy-white tier of<br />

organdy . . with its<br />

match in the neckline<br />

ruffle! Skirt gathered for<br />

added fullness.<br />

Pretty assorted prints on red,<br />

blue or aqua cotton 19.98<br />

Also available in blue, pink<br />

or yellow dotted Swiss or<br />

organdy 23.98<br />

White, blue or red no-iron<br />

nylon 36.98<br />

All dresses with 1D numbers<br />

have elasticized sleeves for com-<br />

fortable wear, long back zippers<br />

for fine, waist-hugging fit.<br />

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Organdy does a grand-<br />

right-and-left around the<br />

10-yard sweep of this<br />

gay cotton print . . . then<br />

takes an encore at the<br />

square neck and puff<br />

sleeves. Gathered bodice<br />

and wall-paper waist for<br />

fit-flattery.<br />

Yellow, aqua or red with<br />

white. 19.98<br />

Also in dotted Swiss or<br />

organdy, in red, blue or<br />

pink. 23.98<br />

White, pink or blue nylon,<br />

needs no ironing. 39.00<br />

1 D94<br />

You can change the look<br />

of this printed cotton,<br />

faster than you can<br />

change partners! The de-<br />

mure sweetheart neckline<br />

turns into a vivacious<br />

off-the-shoulder, thanks<br />

to elastic at the sleeve-<br />

tops. Hug-snug waist and<br />

bodice gathers work<br />

figure-magic. Full or-<br />

gandy flounce at hem.<br />

Pink, blue or green. 19.98<br />

Also in white, blue or pink<br />

dotted Swiss. _23.98<br />

Red or yellow nylon. 39.00<br />

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4D215<br />

The bustle's back and<br />

we've got it . . . in the<br />

prettiest bustle-back<br />

dress since Grandmother<br />

was a belle! From the<br />

front, it's a simple, simply<br />

beautiful sweetheart. But<br />

turn your back, and<br />

whee! What a cascade<br />

of organdy ruffles, of eye-<br />

let insets, of Val lace<br />

trim! Circle-skirted<br />

cotton pique, sleeves half<br />

eyelet, half pique.<br />

Pale pink, blue or yellow.<br />

29.98<br />

Also in red, royal or green<br />

broadcloth with organdy in-<br />

set - 25.98<br />

Al! dresses with 1D numbers<br />

have elasticized sleeves for com-<br />

fortable wear, long back zippers<br />

for fine, waist-hugging fit.<br />

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4D216<br />

You're the pet of the set<br />

when you promenade in<br />

this glad plaid! Woven<br />

Dan River cotton . .<br />

white-capped by ❑ crisp<br />

cowl neckline of pique<br />

brightened by rows of<br />

rick-rack 'round the full<br />

circle skirt.<br />

Multi-color plaid with red,<br />

blue or brown as predominating<br />

colors 24.98<br />

Also in floral print cotton<br />

with red, black or green<br />

background 22.98<br />

4D207<br />

Fit for the queen of the<br />

quadrille! Appliqued<br />

Picalay . . a handsome,<br />

polished "blister" cotton.<br />

Scooped-out period-neck-<br />

line, rising fo a wing-<br />

ding over the puff sleeves.<br />

Full circle skirt, its<br />

scalloped bottom lined<br />

with contrasting color.<br />

White with red, green or<br />

blue; dark with light green;<br />

or dark and light blue. 29.98<br />

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Deep is the dip for neck-<br />

line flattery ... especially<br />

pretty when it's accented<br />

by an exaggerated Peter<br />

Pan collar! Even prettier...<br />

the splash of colored<br />

flowers across frosty<br />

wide circle skirt, French-<br />

hemmed.<br />

Green, blue or red print on<br />

white cotton 19.98<br />

Also in gay print on navy,<br />

brown or red background<br />

cotton. 19.98<br />

4D41<br />

Organdy . . doing a<br />

square-dance at the<br />

square neck . . . dancing<br />

twice around the full<br />

skirt . . . making you<br />

a mighty pretty picture<br />

in this old-fashioned<br />

floral print! Wallpaper<br />

waist, snugged with a<br />

sash for dash. Gathered<br />

bodice.<br />

Dainty print on white, navy,<br />

red or green background<br />

cotton, ruffled to match the<br />

print. _ 14.98<br />

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4 D208<br />

Gingham gal, you'll look<br />

grand in the Grand<br />

March! Woven Dan River<br />

gingham takes a trim-<br />

ming with eyelet em-<br />

broidery ruffles<br />

makes a bid for second<br />

glances with bright<br />

beaded insertion. Full<br />

circle skirt, finished with<br />

a French-rolled hem.<br />

Fitted bodice, topped by<br />

a square neckline.<br />

Red, blue, yellow or green<br />

with white. 24.98<br />

4D220<br />

Right on the dot for the<br />

do-si-do • . nylon dotted<br />

Swiss that never needs<br />

an iron! An over-size<br />

Peter Pan collar of nylon<br />

batiste frames the deep<br />

scoop neckline. Em-<br />

broidered nylon ruffles<br />

decorate the collar and<br />

huge skirt.<br />

Red, navy, pink or yellow<br />

with white. 33.98<br />

Also in woven cotton dotted<br />

Swiss, white with red or blue<br />

dots.<br />

28.98<br />

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2 D449<br />

Circle eight! Cotton sheer<br />

leads out in sheer beauty<br />

• with a bouffant 8-yard<br />

circle skirt . . . gets the<br />

eye from every corner<br />

for its pretty eyelet bead-<br />

ing, bow-trimmed! The<br />

• waist . a cinch to<br />

make your waist littler.<br />

The yoke . . a ruffled<br />

frame for the dainty<br />

Peter Pan collar.<br />

Red, blue or green and white<br />

checks or stripes. 21.98<br />

Also in blue, green or yellow<br />

Dotted Swiss<br />

22.98<br />

or green, brown or navy<br />

cotton print.<br />

18.98<br />

All 2D dresses have long back<br />

zippers. All but one have sashes.<br />

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Rick-rack leads out for<br />

a round dance . . . 'round<br />

solid color insets . . . on<br />

this wide-skirted, goy<br />

cotton print! Flaring out<br />

from a cinched-in,<br />

sashed-in waist . . . a<br />

flattering 6-yard skirt.<br />

Modified scoop neck.<br />

Black, blue or green cotton<br />

print with solid broadcloth<br />

trim, just 14.98<br />

Also available in red, brown<br />

or blue dotted Swiss with<br />

organdy trim. 17.98<br />

2D266<br />

Sashay, sweetheart, in<br />

your prettiest style<br />

in this sash-hugged<br />

dotted Swiss with a sweet-<br />

heart neck! Sweeping<br />

skirt, crisped with alter-<br />

nate organdy tiers .<br />

that encore in neckline<br />

and sleeve ruffles.<br />

Brown with yellow; red or<br />

pink with white 23.98<br />

Also red, navy or green<br />

cotton print with organdy<br />

trim. 21.98<br />

Or powder blue, green or<br />

red nylon. 33498<br />

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All join hands for a figure<br />

8 . . 'cause that's how<br />

wide this skirt is! 8<br />

yards 'round of flower-<br />

splashed cotton . . • with<br />

solid-accent ruffles<br />

promenading left and<br />

right. Novelty cut-out<br />

neckline.<br />

Aqua, red or navy on white<br />

background cotton 17.98<br />

Also in blue, brown or pink<br />

dotted Swiss 19.98<br />

Or blue, yellow or green<br />

nylon. 28.98<br />

2D413<br />

You'll balance and swing<br />

in this old-fashioned<br />

floral cotton . . . at an<br />

old-fashioned budget-<br />

balancing price! Full<br />

circle skirt, flaunting a<br />

9-yard organdy flounce,<br />

flirting an organdy sash<br />

that's matched by the<br />

neck-ruffle . . all this<br />

for just 13.98!<br />

Choose floral print on red,<br />

black or navy grounds; solid<br />

aqua, blue or red; or brown,<br />

red or blue checks. All<br />

styles. 13.98<br />

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Call for the easiest figure<br />

of all . . nylon dotted<br />

Swiss! It keeps crisp<br />

through dozens of wash-<br />

ings, never ever needs<br />

on iron. Added crisp-<br />

ness . . . the wide flounce<br />

and yoke-trim of nylon<br />

organdy! Gay contrast<br />

rick-rack trim.<br />

Blue, yellow or pink with<br />

white. 25.98<br />

Also black, red or green<br />

cotton dotted Swiss. .18.98<br />

Or yellow, aqua or pink<br />

cotton print 17.98<br />

2 D427<br />

We've called some mighty<br />

fancy figures on this<br />

check! 14 inches of width<br />

in the chalky organdy<br />

flounces. 12 flaring<br />

gores in the floating<br />

8-yard skirt. Fancy figur-<br />

ing too, in the fabulous<br />

fit. Eyelet beading, bow-<br />

trimmed.<br />

Black, red, or blue with<br />

white 19.98<br />

Also in dotted Swiss, yellow,<br />

green or pink. 22.98<br />

Or orchid, powder blue or<br />

navy nylon. 33.98<br />

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Grab your needle honey,<br />

here's a square dance<br />

dress you can make<br />

yourself! And it's EASY...<br />

because it's pre-cut!<br />

Fine, Springmaid cotton,<br />

cut in a handsome<br />

square-neck, full- circle-<br />

skirt pattern. Set includes<br />

2 spools of thread, pica-<br />

lay collar, 18 yards of<br />

rick-rack, zipper, elastic<br />

for sleeves. Easy-to-follow<br />

directions.<br />

Solid red, green, blue, yellow<br />

or navy; or check red, blue<br />

or green with white 9.98<br />

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Teens get into the swing of things in<br />

this print-'n-plain cotton pretty! Full<br />

skirt, gathered 'round a sashed-in waist<br />

. rounded by a ruffle of solid-color<br />

broadcloth that's echoed at the neck.<br />

Gay rick-rack trims the ruffle.<br />

Red, blue or yellow 14.98<br />

Also in dotted Swiss in green, pink or navy,<br />

with organdy trim. 17.98<br />

3D907<br />

You're a beau-catcher, an eye-catcher,<br />

in this bow-trimmed teen-age two-piece!<br />

Large floral print, floating across a flow-<br />

ing 11 yard skirt and its puff-sleeved<br />

bodice . . both mated for good by ❑ non-<br />

slip skirtband. Solid color dust ruffle.<br />

Green, yellow or red, with contrast print.____] 9.98<br />

Also in blue, red or brown dotted Swiss with<br />

organdy trim. 26.98<br />

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4.D42<br />

This cotton has the teen set a-buzz with<br />

the news it prints up! First of all, the<br />

fit . . . with a wide, waist-narrowing<br />

middle, sash-cinched. Secondly, the<br />

froths of organdy trim flouncing the<br />

full skirt, squaring the deep neckline.<br />

Last, but not least, the tiny price!<br />

Red, blue or green backgrounds. 15.98<br />

4D100<br />

Tiered to make a teen a queen . with<br />

16 beautiful yards in the bottom ruffle<br />

alone! And this crinkle-nylon is a won-<br />

derful treat for Mom . . no ironing<br />

needed, ever! Lace trims the bodice in a<br />

repeat of the V-neckline design .<br />

edges the puff-sleeves, too.<br />

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Blue, green or pink. 34.98<br />

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What a mixer this is . .<br />

tissue gingham and<br />

frosty permanent finish<br />

organdy! Scalloped eye-<br />

let embroidery follows the<br />

square line of the neck-<br />

line for femininity. And<br />

umm-mm-m, just see the<br />

figure-flattery of that<br />

fitted bodice! Puff sleeves<br />

of half organdy, half<br />

gingham.<br />

White with pink, blue or red<br />

checks and trim; or solid<br />

pink, blue or yellow pastel<br />

organdy. 24.95<br />

4D200<br />

The whole square bows to<br />

you , . . when you wear<br />

this bow-bedecked beau-<br />

bait! Beautifully fitting<br />

checked gingham bodice<br />

whirls out into a<br />

solid broadcloth full-<br />

circle skirt . that has<br />

an 8 yard sweep. Snowy,<br />

squared-off dimity collar.<br />

Puff sleeves of half ging-<br />

ham, half solid. Contrast<br />

binding and bows at neck<br />

and on the skirt.<br />

White with red, royal blue or<br />

brown. 19.98<br />

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Undercover beauty .<br />

taking a fancy to your<br />

floating skirts . . . this<br />

fanciful lingerie that<br />

under-scores every step<br />

you take with frills!<br />

Camisole slip, sizes 10 to<br />

18. Half slips and<br />

panties, sizes S, M, L.<br />

U-108<br />

It's a great, wide wonderful<br />

whirl . . . of crisp white cotton,<br />

circle-skirted and eyelet-trim-<br />

med. Fitted camisole top with<br />

ruffle and beading, back and<br />

front. 4" eyelet flounce at<br />

hem, also topped with ribbon<br />

beading. Long back zipper for<br />

fine fit. 12.98<br />

Also available in seersucker at<br />

the same price.<br />

U-107<br />

Matching half-slip, with elastic<br />

waistband, also in white percale<br />

or seersucker 9.98<br />

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U-300<br />

Nylon tricot half-slip, fitted to the hips<br />

and ruffled with nylon net . . topped<br />

with a full, paper taffeta over-skirt.<br />

Elastic waist. White, pink or blue. 9.98<br />

U-200<br />

No-iron cotton picalay full-circle half-<br />

slip. Double nylon net ruffle. Elastic<br />

waist. White. 10.98<br />

U-200A Its twin in bouffant stay-crisp<br />

nylon horsehair marquisette, white, black<br />

nr rPd 14.98<br />

U-102<br />

This holds out for good! A 4-tier nylon<br />

net half-slip that's 14 fabulous yards<br />

around the hem! Waist-band and hem-<br />

edge of taffeta. Pink or white. _________ 9.98<br />

U-400<br />

It's a stand-out! Scalloped eyelet, perm-<br />

anent finish organdy ruffle, 8 inches<br />

deep, flounces this full-circle crinolast<br />

half-slip. Elastic waist. White only. 12.98<br />

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Knee-length Pantalets, edged<br />

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eyelet embroidery, topped with<br />

pretty ribbon beading. Elastic<br />

tops. White percale or seersucker.<br />

5.98<br />

U=500<br />

Pantaloons just like Grand-<br />

mother wore! Ankle-length,<br />

elastic-topped white percale or<br />

seersucker, with 6 ruffled rows<br />

of eyelet embroidery. Ribbon<br />

beading. 8.98<br />

U-520<br />

These Shortie Panties stop at<br />

garter length. Edged with a<br />

frosty ruffle of embroidered eye-<br />

let and contrasting ribbon bead-<br />

ing. White percale or seersucker.<br />

Elastic tops 4.98<br />

U-530<br />

Sissy Britches, elastic-topped<br />

briefs done in crisp white per-<br />

cale or no-iron seersucker.<br />

Trimmed with ruffled eyelet<br />

embroidery and beaded with<br />

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handsome, hand made<br />

western jewelry!<br />

Shown top to bottom:<br />

Sterling Silver Western Boot<br />

Design.<br />

2J-4538, earrings 2.95<br />

2J-6401, tie slide 2.95<br />

Nickle Silver Cowboy Hat<br />

Design.<br />

2J-7735, earrings 1.95<br />

2J-6404, tie slide 1.95<br />

Sterling Silver Cowbell De-<br />

sign.<br />

1J3, pendant 2.95<br />

1, earrings, 4.95<br />

3J5 1J2, tie slide 2.95<br />

3J4 Set of all 3, 8.95<br />

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Indians, every design dif-<br />

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3)5, earrings 2,95<br />

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ribbon_ 13.98<br />

Also in yellow, pink or blue dotted Swiss 16.98<br />

Shirt 2H-1276 Sanforized, two-tone broadcloth,<br />

multicolor-embroidered. Light green with brown;<br />

black or red with maize; grey with dark<br />

green. 3.95<br />

Pants 2H-397 Crease-resistant rayon-nylon suiting.<br />

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skirt. 9.98<br />

Also in pink, blue or yellow<br />

dotted Swiss 11.98<br />

Shirt 1H-418B Fringed two-<br />

tone, completely washable. Con-<br />

trast-piped. Black with red; red<br />

with grey; green with gold; or<br />

blue with gold. Inset arrowpoint<br />

pocket. 3.50<br />

Pants 2H-397 See description<br />

on page 27.<br />

6.98<br />

Dress 2D-524 Pink, yellow or<br />

red cotton print sweetheart, with<br />

organdy trim, bow sash. 11.98<br />

Also in blue, green or red<br />

dotted Swiss 13.98<br />

Shirt 2H-2268 Multi-color em-<br />

broidery on two-tone washable<br />

rayon gabardine. Light and dark<br />

green; tan and brown; or grey<br />

and black<br />

5.50<br />

Pants 2H-388 Crease-resistant<br />

rayon gabardine frontier pants,<br />

grey or tan.<br />

6.98<br />

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Standard shirt sizes are:<br />

neck, 14 to 17; sleeve<br />

length, short (32 1/2"),<br />

medium (331/2") and long<br />

(35"). Sizes 14 and 14 1/2<br />

in S or M sleeves; 15 and<br />

151/2, in 5, M, or L<br />

sleeves; 16, 161/2 and 17,<br />

in M or L sleeves. All<br />

shirts have nickle-rim,<br />

pearly type snap buttons.<br />

Left: Shirt H-501 Fine rayon<br />

gabardine, completely wash-<br />

able. Satin-lined collar and<br />

back yoke. Turquoise, brick<br />

red, polo green, wine, tan,<br />

grey-blue. 4.95<br />

Pants H-600 Crease-resistant<br />

rayon-and-nylon suiting in<br />

"gambler stripes" of grey<br />

and black, or tan and brown.<br />

Tapered legs. Sizes 29 to<br />

38. 9.95<br />

H-601, same handsome style<br />

in 100% wool worsted<br />

gabardine. 19.95<br />

Right: Shirt H-502 Multi-<br />

color embroidery on fine<br />

rayon gabardine in ice and<br />

royal blues; chamois and<br />

brown; or light and dark<br />

greens. 10.95<br />

Pants H-650 Crease-resistant<br />

rayon gabardine in grey or<br />

tan. Sizes 28 to 42. 9.95<br />

H-651, same style in rich,<br />

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Handsome multi-color embroidery on<br />

white or black rayon-acetate gabardine,<br />

contrast-piped. Deep embroidered back<br />

yoke. Inset arrow pockets. Shaped, five-<br />

button cuffs. 12.95<br />

2M-361<br />

Western tie in distinctive acetate-and-<br />

rayon that's smart with any shirt. Navy,<br />

wine, red, black, white, brown, grey,<br />

royal, tan, green or maize. 1.00 each.<br />

4 for<br />

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2.95<br />

H-533<br />

Distinctive nylon and acetate<br />

blend that's washable, care-<br />

easy, breeze-cool. White or grey<br />

with self-design. 6.95<br />

H-532<br />

Cotton seersucker that washes<br />

and needs no ironing, ever!<br />

Rust, teal or black stripes with<br />

white. 5.95<br />

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H-504<br />

Smart box-check on washable<br />

cotton with a soft, flannair<br />

finish. Grey background with<br />

red, blue or green check. 5.95<br />

H-507<br />

Dan River "Wrinkle-Shed"<br />

chambray in tan, gold, red, grey<br />

or blue. Washable. Form-fit,<br />

high rise yoke. Also in white<br />

cotton broadcloth. 4.95<br />

H-505<br />

Crease-resistant, washable,<br />

combed cotton chambray. Form-<br />

fit, high-rise yoke. Rust, tan or<br />

blue stripe. 5.95<br />

H-508<br />

Two-tone rayon gabardine,<br />

hand-washable. Dark and light<br />

green; royal and ice blue; or<br />

brown and tan. 7.95<br />

H-506<br />

Rich rayon doeskin gabardine,<br />

hand-washable. Tiny self stripe.<br />

Pointed back yoke. Blue, gold<br />

or green. 7.95<br />

H-509<br />

Hand-washable corduroy with<br />

laced-front. Red, gold, orange<br />

or white. Sizes small, medium or<br />

large only 7.95<br />

H-512 Same shirt in maroon,<br />

tan or turquoise rayon gabar-<br />

dine. 6.95<br />

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Crisp, cool checked sharkskin,<br />

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Washable cotton seersucker that<br />

needs no ironing! Blue, green<br />

or brown stripe with grey and<br />

white. 4.95<br />

H-561<br />

Sanforized, washable cotton that<br />

checks in well on any occasion.<br />

Yellow, blue or green checks.<br />

4.95<br />

H-563<br />

Dark corded rayon and cotton<br />

stripe that's hand-washable.<br />

Black, green, wine or blue. 7.95<br />

H-562<br />

Distinguished white-on-white<br />

pattern dress shirt with French<br />

cuffs, handsome steerhead cufflinks.<br />

8.95<br />

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M-7410<br />

Colorful underlays and multi-stitching on<br />

this polished black boot with medium<br />

western toe. B and D widths, sizes 61/2<br />

to 13. 14.95<br />

M-7424 Same boot in brown.<br />

M-412<br />

By Justin! Lustrous brown low square<br />

dance boot with stitched vamp. Ankle-<br />

hugging elastic gore. Leather sole, 11/2<br />

inch leather heel, rubber-capped. Re-<br />

inforced steel arch. 6 to 12. B and D<br />

widths. Black available on special order, 16.95<br />

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M-7825<br />

Gleaming black western boot with butter-<br />

fly underlays in beautiful colors, multi-<br />

stitching. B and D widths, sizes 61/2<br />

to 13. 19.95<br />

M-7835 Same boot in brown.<br />

M-9188<br />

Handsome, stitched-vamp low square<br />

dance boot in light tan. Leather sole,<br />

9/8 heel. Elastic gore for fine fit. Sizes<br />

6 to 12. D width. 10.95<br />

M-9189 Same shoe in block.<br />

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DISTINCTIVE WESTERN TIES<br />

"2M" ties are available, any<br />

4 for 2.95<br />

3M-400 Each design is differ-<br />

ent! Decorated moire untied<br />

string tie in red, black, navy,<br />

yellow, white, dark green or<br />

royal. 1.95<br />

2M-K371 Untied plain string tie<br />

of rayon and acetate. Green,<br />

brown, black, white, grey, wine,<br />

royal, tan, navy, yellow. 1.00<br />

2M-K321 Pre-tied clip-on string,<br />

in rayon and acetate. Green,<br />

brown, black, white, grey, wine,<br />

royal, tan, navy, yellow. 1.00<br />

4 for 2.95<br />

1M-500 Handmade suede<br />

leather, blazing with brilliants.<br />

Red, black, yellow, pink, green,<br />

royal, wine, brown or tan. 1.95<br />

HANDSOME LEATHER BELTS<br />

2M-2042 Antique nickle silver<br />

finish buckle, raised design.<br />

Antique 2-tone embossed steerhide.<br />

24 to 42. 3.95<br />

2M-2081 Deeply embossed<br />

steerhide, antique finish. Large<br />

raised chrome buckle with<br />

bronze steerhead. Waist sizes<br />

24 to 42. 2.95<br />

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Send cash with order. All prices quoted are postpaid in U.S.A. Californians, add tax.<br />

Foreign, add 10%. Allow three weeks delivery for made-to-order clothing (slightly longer<br />

before Christmas). For additional general information see page 2.<br />

Standard Sizes: give style number, size, two color choices, material choice, price and skirt<br />

length, filling in items 1 through 7 on blank below. See page 3 for general information<br />

regarding clothing.<br />

Standard Sizes Offered:<br />

Dresses, skirts, camisole slips: women, 10-18, ballerina length unless otherwise specified;<br />

children, 6-12 (fill out complete measurements for girl's dresses—no extra charge).<br />

Blouses: 32-38.<br />

Half slips and underpants: small, medium, large.<br />

Ballerina slippers: 2 1/2 through 12.<br />

Shirts: men, neck-14-171/2; sleeves, short, medium, long (see page 29, shirt section for<br />

specific sizes of each shirt offered), give two color choices; boys' shirts, 2-12.<br />

Frontier Pants: 28 through 42 waist measure; boys, 6-14.<br />

Boots and Shoes: 6 1/2 through 13 (see page 33).<br />

Custom Made Garments:<br />

Fill in blank below completely, following measuring instructions carefully. Add the<br />

following amount for custom made garments; dresses, $3.50; skirts and slips, $2.00;<br />

blouses and underpants, $1.00.<br />

Measuring instructions: give finished measurements desired, not body measurements.<br />

Measure length of skirt at center front from natural waist line; measure length of<br />

underpants at outside seam from natural waistline; measure bodice (front) from shoulder<br />

over bust to waist line; measure bodice (back) from center back of neck to waist line.<br />

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RECORD DEPARTMENT SERVICE<br />

For record orders see both special information below and general mail-order<br />

instructions on page 2.<br />

• No handling or shipping charge in U.S. on seven or more currently-stocked<br />

records in one lot; 4 to 6 records, please add 60c;<br />

1 to 3, add $1.00. ("U.S." includes APOs, FPOs, and U.S. possessions.)<br />

Canada, add 75c to U.S. rate; other foreign, add $1.50<br />

to U.S. rate.<br />

• New records are often announced weeks before actual release.<br />

To speed service we cancel unreleased and out-of-stock items<br />

from your order and ship the balance at once (unless you've<br />

instructed us otherwise) but will notify you when the cancelled<br />

items are on hand.<br />

• Monthly list of new records received, 25c (stamps OK) for the<br />

season September to May—no other period, please.<br />

Our largest-in-the-field stock of square and round dance records<br />

normally includes all listed herein and in current magazines, also<br />

many others not listed. (We do not carry other type "folk" records<br />

nor ❑ general line of records.)<br />

We must decline to recommend specific records; tastes just differ<br />

too greatly.<br />

Records shipped as ordered are not returnable for credit or ex-<br />

Record Section<br />

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change; you wouldn't want records which others have had, so we<br />

can't send them records which you've had.<br />

Records broken in transit will be replaced (not credited) with your<br />

next order if we're notified at once (quote our order number,<br />

please); don't return the pieces; we believe you. Our prices on<br />

shellac (non-insurable) and other fragile records selling under<br />

$1.05 include a "breakage fee"; if ordered at maker's prices they<br />

go at your risk.<br />

with patter or chant calls against hoedown music background<br />

Title Musicians Caller<br />

S. D. S.<br />

Cat. No. Price<br />

78 r.p.m.<br />

10-inch<br />

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Sec.—First words)<br />

ADAM AND EVE (bk ni) The Texans Hollis Johnson 35P1M1 0.99 R1 — Four Gents<br />

ALLEMANDE BREAKS Schroeder's Playboys Marvin Shilling J5W37 1.05 R1— Out You Go<br />

APACHE SQUARE Ramsey's Old Timers Jim Brooks 3R8T80 1.05 R1— Don't Look<br />

AQUA BARN SPIN Cascade Hillbillies Joe Hall Q1A10 1.10 R4 — Evergreen<br />

ARIZONA DOUBLE STAR James Boys Gordon Hoyt 5GM66 1.05 R1— Pinwheel<br />

ARIZONA DOUBLE STAR Sexton—Ariz. Hoedowners Johnny Melton 410RT8 1.05 R1— Catch All<br />

ARIZONA STAR Sexton—Ariz. Hoedowners Wayne Walker 2R08T2 1.05 R1—Split Your<br />

ARIZONA STAR Gibbs—Ariz. Ranch Boys Bob Walters M1S500 1.05 R1— Birdie in<br />

ARKANSAS STAR Ramsey's Old Timers Cal Golden 04R08T 1.05 R2 —Sioux City<br />

ARKANSAS TRAVELER (ni) Grady Hester Carl Journell 2S331F 0.99 R1—Split the<br />

ARKANSAS TRAVELER (bk ni) Big D Ranch Hands Lee Bedford Jr. 90PM11 0.99 R2 — Mademoiselle<br />

ARKANSAS TRAVELER (bk ni) Ray Smith 7P1M71 0.99 R1— Double Star<br />

ARKANSAS TRAVELER Saddle Kings Ralph Maxhimer G56M1 1.05 R1— Maxhimer H.<br />

ARKANSAS TRAVELER Sexton — Ariz. Hoedowners Joe Boykin 8108RT 1.05 R1—Corners of<br />

ARKANSAS TRAVELER Shirley — Beeman Bros. Darrell Brown ES5201 1.05 R1 — Free Wheeler<br />

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Title Musicians Caller<br />

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ARKANSAS TRAVELER Schroeder's Playboys Marvin Shilling 075JW 1.05 R1 -Sally Goodin<br />

ARKANSAS TRAVELLER (ni) Tom Dickey Rickey Holden 4K01F7 0.99 R1-Star By The<br />

THE ARKANSAW TRAVELER (bk ni) Maxham's Sq. Dance Ensemble Bill Bostrand N8R 0.99 R2 - Oh Johnny<br />

AROUND JUST ONE Slim-Country Cousins H. Greggerson 02P4C0 1.15 R1 -Wheel Around<br />

AROUND THE COUPLE &<br />

SWING AT THE WALL (ni) Grady Hester Carl Journell 3KF301 0.99 R1- Sashay By<br />

BETWEEN THOSE LADIES Gilmore-Boom Chuck Boys Ed Gilmore C9D33 1.05 R2- Old Fashn'd<br />

BIRDIE IN THE CAGE Sexton - Ariz. Hoedowners Wayne Walker 3RT208 1.05 R1- Sally Goodin<br />

BIRDIE IN THE CAGE (ni) Gibbs-Ariz. Ranch Boys Bob Walters M1S500 1.05 R1- Arizona Star<br />

BIRDIE IN THE CAGE &<br />

SIX HANDS AROUND (ni) Grady Hester Carl Journell 26S1F3 0.99 R1- Lady Round<br />

BIRD IN THE CAGE (bk ni) Calif. Haylofters Carl Myles 970PM1 0.99 R1-Sally Goodin<br />

BIRD IN THE CAGE &<br />

SEVEN HANDS ROUND (ni) Grady Hester - Texsons Carl Journell KO1F03 0.99 R1 -Sashay Part.<br />

BIRD IN A CAGE AND 3 RAIL PEN (bk ni) Cooley's Buckle Busters Roy Rogers R046C71 0.99 R1- Round That<br />

BOB'S FAVORITE (bk ni) Carson Robison Lawrence Loy M1M3500 0.99 R1- T. Maverick<br />

BOX OF STARS (bk ni) Rock Candy Mountaineers Paul Hunt 1I-122H1 0.99 R2- Bye Bye Blu.<br />

BOY AROUND A BOY -<br />

GIRL AROUND A GIRL (bk ni) Cooley's Buckle Busters Roy Rogers 8R46C10 0.99 R1- Lady Round<br />

BREAKAWAY Rusty's Riders Gordon Hoyt G76M1 1.05 R1- Easy Does It<br />

BREAKDOWN (ni) Boston Boys Ralph Page 03DF01 1.15 R1- Crooked Stov<br />

BULLY OF THE TOWN (bk) Chuck's Corngrinders Charley Thomas 1H2H02 0.99 R2 - Put On Your<br />

CATUS TWISTER (bk ni) Texas Dandies "Jonesy" Jones 651P1M 0.99 R1- Soldier's Joy<br />

CALCASIEU JAMBALAYA Johnny Balmer Bill Castner 8608RT 1.05 R1 Shift the G.<br />

CALIFORNIA STAR BURST Bunkhouse Four Jim York ES1101 1.05 R1- Texas Dbl.<br />

CALIFORNIA THREE-HAND STAR Frank Messina-Mavericks "Jonesy" Jones 696GM 1.05 R1- Zig, Zag, Z.<br />

THE CART WHEEL (ni) Grady Hester Carl Journell 923SF1 0.99 R1- Shoot the Owl<br />

CATCH ALL EIGHT (ni) Rock Candy Mountaineers Paul Hunt DO1F73 1.15 R1- Old Fall R.<br />

CATCH ALL EIGHT (bk ni) Ray Smith P1M671 0.99 R1- Star to the<br />

CATCH ALL EIGHT Sexton- Ariz. Hoedowners Johnny Melton 410 RT8 1.05 R1- Arizona Dbl.<br />

CATCHY BREAKS Cascade Hillbillies Joe Hall 4Q01A 1.10 R4- Cackling Hen<br />

CHAIN LIGHTENING Forrest Delk Butch Nelson R8T160 1.05 R1- Okla. Cycl'n<br />

CHAIN THE LINE Carter- Blk. Mt. Boys Les Gotcher O3MB1 1.05 R1- Hurricane<br />

CHASE THAT RABBIT (bk ni) Cooley's Buckle Busters Roy Rogers 61R046C 0.99 R1- Round the<br />

CHASE THE RABBIT Barbour's Rhythm Rustlers Bob Osgood 9PO4C3 1.15 R6- The Grand S.<br />

CHASE THE RABBIT Bunkhouse Four Ed Gilmore 30ES01 1.05 R1- Two Birds<br />

CHEYENNE WHIRL Cliffie Stone Les Gotcher P404C3 1.15 R1- Triple Texas<br />

CHEYENNE WHIRL (bk ni) Calif. Haylofters Carl Myles P01M87 0.99 R1- Lady Round<br />

CHICKEN REEL The Pioneers Al Brundage 5SK51 1.05 R6- Canadian Q.<br />

CORNERS OF THE WORLD Sexton-Ariz. Hoedowners Joe Boykin 8108 R T 1.05 R1- Arkansas T.<br />

COUPLE ELBOW SWING Long Horn Mavericks Rickey Holden G76M5 1.05 R1- The Rout<br />

COWBOY LOOP Barbour's Rhythm Rustlers Bob Osgood 83PO4C 1.15 R1- QuarterS'hay<br />

COWBOY LOOP (bk ni) Big D Ranch Hands Lee Bedford Jr. 1P11M1 0.99 R2- Bell Bottom<br />

COWBOY LOOP Sexton - Ariz. Hoedowners Johnny Melton 7R108T 1.05 R1- Four Gents<br />

CROOKED STOVE PIPE (ni) Boston Boys Ralph Page 03DF01 1.15 R1- Breakdown<br />

DALLAS TRAVELER Jack Barbour- Rhythm Raiders Ray Smith 63P004 1.15 R1- Ends Turn In<br />

DENVER WAGON WHEEL (bk ni) Ray Smith 97PM11 0.99 R1 -Swing Adam<br />

DENVER WAGON WHEEL (ni) J Bar L Boys Joe Lewis 800T6N 1.05 R2 - Broadway P.<br />

DENVER WHIRLAWAY (bk Jimmy Thomason Jim Williamson 9103GS 0.99 R1- Espanola W.<br />

DEVIL'S BRITCHES (bk ni) Carson Robison Lawrence Loy 2M01M50 0.99 R1- Lady Round<br />

DIP & DIVE (bk ni) The Texans Hollis Johnson 2PM511 0.99 R1- Grand Do-Sa-<br />

DIP & DIVE (bk ni) Ray Smith 87P1M1 0.99 R1- Promenade<br />

DIP'N DIVE HASH Bunkhouse Four Bob Osgood E001S5 1.05 R1 Sante Fe<br />

DIVE FOR THE OYSTER PART I (bk ni) Carson Robison Lawrence Loy 0206MC3 0.99 R1 -Dive Part II<br />

DIVE FOR THE OYSTER PART II (bk ni) Carson Robison Lawrence Loy 0206MC3 0.99 R1- Dive Part I<br />

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DOCEY DOE HOEDOWN (bk ni) Melody Tune Toppers Mel Day PM9111 0.99 R1- Sashay Part.<br />

DOCEY DOE HOEDOWN (bk ni) Duel in Sun Orch. Lloyd Shaw C4D1800 1.05 R4 - Practice S.<br />

DONE GONE (bk ni) Melody Tune Toppers Mel Day 12P11M 0.99 RI- Pop Goes<br />

DON'T LOOK BACK Clay Ramsey-Old Timers Jim Brooks 3T8R80 1.05 RI- Apache S.<br />

DO-PASO-WHAT Jack Carter- Blk. Mt. Boys Les Gotcher M1B82 1.05 R1- Hash'n B.<br />

DO-SI-DO FUN Slim-Country Cousins H. Greggerson 9PO4C1 1.15 RI-Sashay Out<br />

DOUBLE STAR (ni) Rock Candy Mountaineers Paul Hunt 6D301F 1.15 Ri - Vive L'Amour<br />

DOUBLE STAR (ni) Ben Christian Bill Rose 91SF31 0.99 R4- Ragtime Ann<br />

DOUBLE STAR (ni) Grady Hester Carl Journell 451F63 0.99 RI-Take A Peek<br />

DOUBLE STAR (bk ni) Ray Smith 7P1M71 0.99 RI-Arkansas T.<br />

DOUBLE THE DOSE (bk ni) Zeke Williams Chuck Rogers 3037C20 0.99 R1.- El Paso Star<br />

DOUBLE THE DOSE Sexton-Ariz. Hoedowners Johnny Melton 6108RT 1.05 RI- Spinning W.<br />

DOWN THE CENTER & DIVIDE THE RING The Texans Hollis Johnson P5511M 0.99 R1- Shoot the Owl<br />

EASY DOES IT Rusty's Riders Gordon Hoyt G76M1 1.05 RI-Breakaway<br />

ELBOW SWING Clay Ramsey Cal Golden 93R8TO 1.05 RI-I'll Swing<br />

ELBOW SWING WITH THE OPPOSITE TWO Pioneers Al Brundage 5KF501 0.99 RI-Right-Left<br />

EL PASO STAR (bk ni) Zeke Williams Chuck Rogers 3037C2D 0.99 RI-Double the<br />

ENDS TURN IN (ni) Jack Barbour- Rhythm Raiders Ray Smith 63PC04 1.15 RI-Dallas Tray.<br />

ENDS TURN IN (ni) J Bar L Boys Joe Lewis 8T7N00 1.05 R2 - Steamboat<br />

ENDS TURN IN Schroeder's Playboys Bill Yates 3J5W8 1.05 RI-Sun Country<br />

ESPANOLA WHIRL (bk ni) Jimmy Thomason Jim Williamson 9103GS 0.99 RI - Denver Whirl<br />

FARMER'S DAUGHTER Johnny Balmer Ed Bossing 8R8T50 1.05 R1-Split the Ring<br />

FORM A STAR (ni) Rock Candy Mountaineers Paul Hunt 8D1F30 1.15 RI-Lucy Long<br />

FORWARD ALL-KICK IN THE MIDDLE (ni) Woodhull's Old Tyme Masters Floyd Woodhull 42K1F0 0.99 R2 -Wabash C.<br />

FORWARD SIX (Instructions) LESSON III Al McMullen OPM911 0.99 RI-Forward Six<br />

FORWARD SIX & BACK YOU GO (bk ni) Johnny Downs AI McMullen OPM911 0.99 RI-Forward Six<br />

FORWARD SIX & BACK (ni) Folkraft Country Dance Orch. Al Brundage KOO1F3 0.99 R6 - Danbury Fair<br />

FORWARD SIX HASH Barbour & Rhythm Rustlers Bob Osgood 720PC4 1.15 RI-Riptide<br />

FOUR BACHELOR BOYS (bk ni) Gray Bros. Ray Smith Pl1M59 0.99 R1- Hoe Down-D<br />

FOUR GENTS STAR BY THE RIGHT (bkni) Texans Hollis Johnson 35P1M1 0.99 RI-Adam & Eve<br />

FOUR GENTS STAR OR SUTTERS MILL Sexton-Ariz. Hoedowners Johnny Melton 7R108T 1.05 R1- Cowboy Loop<br />

FOUR IN LINE AND LADIES WHIRL Barbour-Rhythm Raiders Ray Smith P4C530 1.15 RI-Route<br />

FOUR IN LINE YOU TRAVEL Grady Hester Texsons Carl Journell 23K01F 0.99 RI-Texas Star<br />

FOUR IN LINE YOU TRAVEL (ni bk) Big D Ranch Hands Lee Bedford, Jr 8P11M0 0.99 RI-Girl I Left<br />

FOUR MAN HASH Bunkhouse Four Bob Osgood E01S70 1.05 RI- Ladies 3/4<br />

FOUR STAR HASH Bunkhouse Four Ed Gilmore 1OESO1 1.05 R2 - Calif. Whirl<br />

FOUR YOU TRAVEL (ni) J Bar L Boys Joe Lewis 7T7N00 1.05 R2 - End of World<br />

FREE WHEELER Shirley & Beeman Bros. Darrell Brown ES5201 1.05 RI-Arkansas T.<br />

GENTS GRAB TWO Jones Boys Jack Hoheisal 4G36M 1.05 R1-Star and A<br />

THE GIRL I LEFT BEHIND ME (bk ni) Big D Ranch Hands Lee Bedford, Jr. 8P11M0 0.99 RI- Four In Line<br />

GRAND DO-SA-DO (bk ni) The Texans Hollis Johnson 2PM511 0.99 Ri- Dip - Dive<br />

GRAND SASHAY<br />

GRAPEVINE TWIST (FIGURE 8) &<br />

The Pioneers Al Brundage 4S1K5 1.05 RI-Lady Round<br />

COWBOY LOOP (bk ni) Gray Bros. Ray Smith 691P1M 0.99 Ri-Inside Out<br />

THE "H" (bk ni) Cactus Twisters Bill Mooney 5111PM 0.99 R2 - My Gal Sal<br />

HALF SASHAY Forrest Delk Butch Nelson R4208T 1.05 RI-Sides Divide<br />

HALL'S HASH Sundowners Band Bob Hall NW8047 1.45 RI-Johnson's J.<br />

HASH (ni) Grady Hester Carl Journell 16S1F3 0.99 RI- Mal agro Sq.<br />

THE HASH (ni) J Bar L Boys Joe Lewis 3TN007 1.05 R2- Alabama J.<br />

HASH #2 (ni) J Bar L Boys Joe Lewis TOO7N9 1.05 R2 - Talking Up<br />

HASHIN' THE BREAKS Jack Carter-BIk. Mt. Boys Les Gotcher 10M1B 1.05 RI-Wheeling T.<br />

HASHIN' THE BREAKS #2 Jack Carter- BIk. Mt. Boys Les Gotcher 6M1B2 1.05 RI-Rollaway S.<br />

HASHIN' THE BREAKS #3 Jack Carter- BIk. Mt. Boys Les Gotcher M1B82 1.05 RI- Do-Paso-W<br />

HASHIN' THE BREAKS #4 Jack Carter- BIk. Mt. Boys Les Gotcher 13MB1 1.05 RI-Middle of<br />

HASHIN' THE BREAKS #5 Black Mountain Boys Les Gotcher 7M1B3 1.05 RI-Little Wonder<br />

HEAD COUPLES SEPARATE (bk ni) Carson Robison Lawrence Loy 1M001M5 0.99 R1- Hook and a<br />

HEEL AND TOE SQUARE Ozark Hoedowners A. Kronenberger 1E01S2 1.05 R1-Put 'em in<br />

HOE DOWN-DEALER'S CHOICE (bk ni) Gray Bros. Ray Smith P11M59 0.99 Ri- Four Bach.<br />

HONEST JOHN I (ni) Boston Boys Ralph Page 23DF01 1.15 RI - Honest John<br />

HONEST JOHN ll (ni) Boston Boys Ralph Page 23DF01 1.15 RI-Honest John<br />

HONKY HOEDOWN Sundowners Band Bruce Johnson 1N7W34 1.45 R2 - Y'All Come<br />

HOOK AND A WHIRL (bk ni) Carson Robison Lawrence Loy 1M001M5 0.99 R1-Head Couple<br />

HOOK ELBOWS, FORM A LINE Bunkhouse Four Doc Newland 3101ES 1.05 RI - Texas Star<br />

HOUSTON STAR (bk ni) Zeke Williams Chuck Rogers C20372D 0.99 R1-Split The<br />

HURRICANE Jack Carter-BIk. Mt. Boys Les Gotcher 03MB1 1.05 RI-Chain the<br />

HUTCH'S HOEDOWN (bk) Shirley & Beeman Bros. Jack Hutchins RB265 0.99 R2 -Rancho Grand<br />

I'LL SWING YOURS, YOU SWING MINE Clay Ramsey Cal Golden 93R8T0 1.05 RI- Elbow Swing<br />

INDIAN TEPEE Schroeder's Playboys Dia Trygg 06..15W 1.05 Pop the Whip<br />

INSIDE ARCH OUTSIDE UNDER Sexton- Ariz. Hoedowners Joe Boykin RT9108 1.05 RI-Saguaro Whirl<br />

INSIDE OUT AND OUTSIDE IN (bk in) Gray Bros.<br />

Ray Smith 691P1M 0.99 RI-Grapevine T.<br />

INSIDE OUT -OUTSIDE IN (ni) J Bar L Boys Joe Lewis 9T6N00 1.05 R2- Four Leaf<br />

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JOHNSON'S JUMBLE Sundowners Band Bruce Johnson NW8047 1.45 R1 -Hall's Hash<br />

JONESY HASH Jones Boys "Jonesy" Jones 226GM 1.05 R1 -Polka Hoed.<br />

KEEP A-STEPPIN' Folkraft Country Dance Orch. Al Brundage KO1F20 0.99 R2 - Little Old<br />

LADIES CHAIN POT LUCK (ni) Tom Dickey Rickey Holden K1F270 0.99 R1 -Sides Divide<br />

LADIES 3/4 CHAIN Bunkhouse Four Bob Osgood E01S70 1.05 R1- Four Man H.<br />

LADY HALF WAY ROUND (bk ni) Calif. Haylofters Carl Myles 77P01M 0.99 R1 -The Rout<br />

LADY ROUND LADY The Pioneers Al Brundage 4S1K5 1.05 R1 -Grand Sashay<br />

LADY ROUND LADY GENT SOLO (bk ni) Jim Williamson 3G03S1 0.99 R1- Travel On<br />

LADY ROUND THE LADY (ni) Grady Hester Carl Journell 26S1F3 0.99 R1- Birdie In the<br />

LADY ROUND THE LADY (bk ni) Calif. Haylofters Carl Myles P01M87 0.99 R1- Cheyenne W.<br />

LADY ROUND THE LADY (bk ni) Carson Robison Lawrence Loy 2M01M50 0.99 R1- The Devil's<br />

LADY ROUND THE LADY & GENT SOLO Cooley's Buckle Busters Roy Rogers 8R46C10 0.99 R1- Boy Around A<br />

LADY WALK AROUND Long Horn Mavericks Rickey Holden 3G6M7 1.05 R1 - Texan Whirl<br />

LAST OF THE LANCERS (ni) Woodhull's Old Tyme Masters Floyd Woodhull 3K201F 0.99 R2 - Hinky Dinky<br />

LES GOTCHER HASH Cliffie Stone Les Gotcher 24PC04 1.15 R1 -New Wagoner<br />

LIFE ON THE OCEAN WAVES (bk ni) Melody Tune Toppers Mel Day 8P1M11 0.99 R1- Tempest<br />

A LITTLE CONFUSION OR SPLIT<br />

RING HASH (ni) Tom Dickey Rickey Holden KF5701 0.99 R1 -Spinning W.<br />

LITTLE SISTERS FORM A RING (ni) Grady Hester Carl Journell 13S1F3 0.99 R1 -New Texas<br />

LITTLE WONDER Black Mountain Boys Les Gotcher 7M1B3 1.05 R1 -Hashin' The<br />

LONESOME GENTS (bk ni) Jimmy Thomason Jim Williamson 8GS103 0.99 R1 -Tunnel Thru<br />

LUCY LONG (ni) Rock Candy Mountaineers Paul Hunt 8D1F30 1.15 R1 -Form A Star<br />

MAKE AN ARCH Jack Barbour Bob Osgood P204C8 1.15 R6 -Virginia Reel<br />

MALAGRO SQUARE (ni) Grady Hester Carl Journell 16S1F3 0.99 R1- Hash<br />

THE MAVERICK (bk ni) Carson Robison Lawrence Loy M1M3500 0.99 R1- Bob's Favo't<br />

MAXHIMER HASH Saddle Kings Ralph Maxhimer G56M1 1.05 R1- Arkansas T.<br />

MEDLEY (Docey Doe) (ni) Gibbs-Ariz. Ranch Boys Bob Walters 600MS1 1.05 R1 Sutters Mill<br />

MERRY-GO-ROUND (ni) J Bar L Boys Joe Lewis TO7N20 1.05 R2 -Sioux City<br />

THE MERRY GO ROUND (bk ni) Zeke Williams Chuck Rogers C2D4037 0.99 R1 - Wagon Wheel<br />

MERRY GO ROUND Bunkhouse Four Mel Schoeckert 510ES1 1 05 R1 -Star &Outsid<br />

MIDDLE OF THE MOUND Jack Carter- Blk. Mt. Boys Les Gotcher 13MB1 1.05 R1- Hashin` The<br />

MISSOURI HOEDOWN (bk ni) Calif. Haylofters Carl Myles 08P01M 0.99 R1 -Split the<br />

MT. VERNON STAR Jack Carter- Blk. Mt. Boys Dave Clavner 4M1B2 1.05 R1 -Shuffle Star<br />

NEW ELBOW SWING (bk ni) Gray Bros. Band Ray Smith 4M11P9 0.99 R1 - Divide the<br />

NEW TEXAS STAR (ni) Grady Hester Carl Journell 13S1F3 0.99 R1 - Little Sisters<br />

NEW WAGONER Cliffie Stone Les Gotcher 24PC04 1.15 R1- Les Gotcher<br />

NO SWING HASH Shirley & Beeman Bros. Lefty Allemande E7201S 1.05 R2 Trio<br />

ODD COUPLE PROMENADE (ni) Boston Boys Ralph Page 1D1F30 1.15 R1- Page's Night<br />

OKLAHOMA CYCLONE Forrest Delk Butch Nelson R8T160 1.05 R1 -Chain Light<br />

OLD FALL RIVER LINE (ni) Rock Candy Mountaineers Paul Hunt DO1F73 1.15 R1 -Catch All 8<br />

ONE MORE <strong>DU</strong>CK Jack Hawes A. Kronenberger 330E1S 1.05 R2 -Sheik of Ara<br />

OUT TO THE RIGHT WITH A<br />

RIGHT HAND CROSS (ni) Pioneers Al Brundage 4501KF 0.99 R1 -Shoot the<br />

OUT YOU GO Schroeder's Playboys Marvin Shilling J5W37 1.05 R1- Allemande B.<br />

PAGE'S NIGHTMARE (ni) Boston Boys Ralph Page 1D1F30 1.15 R1 - Odd Couple<br />

PICK UP YOUR CORNERS Gilmore- Boom Chuck Boys Ed Gilmore 2C 9D3 1.05 R2 Lady be Good<br />

PINWHEEL James Boys Gordon Hoyt 5GM66 1.05 R1-Arizona Dbl.<br />

POKEBERRY PROMENADE (bk ni) Carson Robison Lawrence Loy M45001M 0.99 R1 -When the Wor<br />

POLKA HOEDOWN Barbour's Cal if. Clippers "Jonesy" Jones 226GM 1.05 R1 -Jonesy Hash<br />

POP GOES THE WEASEL (bk ni) Melody Tune Toppers Mel Day 12P11M 0.99 R1 -Done Gone<br />

POP THE WHIP Schroeder's Playboys Dia Trygg 06J5W 1.05 R1- Indian Tepee<br />

PROMENADE THE OUTSIDE RING (bk ni) Ray Smith 87P1M1 0.99 R1 -Dip and Dive<br />

PUDDY TAT SQUARE Balmer's Grand Canyon Boys Johnny Schultz 08R8TO 1.05 R1 - Whirlpool<br />

PUT EM IN THE LEAD Ozark Hoedowners A. Kronenberger 1E01S2 1.05 R1.-Heel and Toe<br />

PUT THEM IN THE LEAD (ni) J-Bar-L Dance Boys Joe Lewis TN0107 1.05 R2 -Somebody S.<br />

QUARTER SASHAY Barbour's Rhythm Rustlers Bob Osgood 83PO4C 1.15 R1 -Cowboy Loop<br />

QUARTER SASHAY OR FORWARD SIX (ni) Tom Dickey Rickey Holden 37K1F0 0.99 R1- Texas Whirl<br />

RANCHOS ROMP Ozark Hoedowners A. Kronenberger 3ES201 1.05 R2 -Kansas City<br />

RENO CROSS Jack Carter- Blk. Mt. Boys Les Gotcher MO1B6 1.05 R1- Rollaway Ha.<br />

RIGHT AND LEFT THROUGH (ni) Pioneers Al Brundage 5KF501 0.99 R1 -Elbow Swing<br />

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AROUND JUST ONE (ni) J Bar L Boys Joe Lewis 1TO7NO 1.05 R2 -Oh Johnny<br />

RIGHT ELBOW REEL (ni) Rock Candy Mountaineers Paul Hunt 9D01F3 1.15 R1 -Stand Betwn.<br />

RIGHT HAND BACK TO THE LADY LEFT Jim Williamson G3S210 0.99 R1- Texas Star<br />

RIGHT HANDS ACROSS AND HOW DE DO Jones Boys "Jonesy" Jones G6M12 1.05 R2 -Macnamara's<br />

RIPTIDE Barbour's Rhythm Rustlers Bob Osgood 720PC4 1.15 R1- Forward Six<br />

ROLLAWAY HASH Jack Carter- Blk. Mt. Boys Les Gotcher MO1B6 1.05 R1- Rena Cross<br />

ROLLAWAY STAR Jack Carter -Blk. Mt. Boys Les Gotcher 6M1B2 1.05 R1 -Hashin' Bks.<br />

ROLL THE BARREL (bk ni) Cactus Twisters Bill Mooney 4P11M1 0.99 R6 -Flower Girl<br />

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THE ROUT (bk ni) Calif. Haylofters Carl Myles 77P01M 0.99 R1- Lady Half Way<br />

THE ROUT Long Horn Mavericks Rickey Holden G76M5 1.05 R1- Couple Elbow<br />

THE ROUTE Barbour's Rhythm Raiders Ray Smith P4C530 1.15 R1- Four in Line<br />

THE ROUTE (ni) Grady Hester Carl Journell 0S31F3 0.99 R1- Texas Whirl<br />

RUNOUTTANAMES Ozark Hoedowners A. Kronenberger 9E101S 1.05 R2- Five Foot<br />

SAGUARO WHIRL Sexton - Ariz. Hoedowners Joe Boykin RT9108 1.05 R1- Inside Arch<br />

SALLY GOODIN (bk ni) Shirley & Beeman Bros. Jack Hutchins RB065 0.99 R2 - Gal I Left<br />

SALLY GOODIN (ni) Grady Hester - Texsons Carl Journell 13KF01 0.99 R1- The Wagon<br />

SALLY GOODIN (bk ni) Calif. Haylofters Carl Myles 970 PM1 0.99 R1- Bird in the<br />

SALLY GOODIN Sexton - Ariz. Hoedowners Wayne Walker 3RT208 1.05 R1-Birdie in<br />

SALLY GOODIN Schroeder's Playboys Marvin Shilling 075JW 1.05 RI- Arkansas T.<br />

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TEXAN WHIRL HASH Bunkhouse Four Bob Osgood E001S5 1.05 R1- Dip'n Dive<br />

SASHAY BY & RE-SASHAY (ni) Grady Hester Carl Journell 3KF301 0.99 R1- Around the<br />

SASHAY HASH Bunkhouse Four Jim York 9E1S00 1.05 R1- The Suzy Q<br />

SASHAY OUT Slim-Country Cousins Herb Greggerson 9PO4C1 1.15 R1- Do-Si-Do<br />

SASHAY OUT-SIDES CUT IN (ni) J Bar L Boys Joe Lewis 700T6N 1.05 R2 - Red River<br />

SASHAY PARDNER HALF WAY ROUND (ni) Grady Hester Carl journeii 3631SF 0.99 R1- Wave the<br />

SASHAY PARTNERS (bk ni) Melody Tune Toppers Mel Day MP9111 0.99 R1- Docey Doe<br />

SASHAY PARTNERS HALF WAY ROUND Grady Hester-Texsons Carl Journell K01F03 0.99 R1- Bird in the<br />

SAUCER EYES (bk ni) Melody Tune Toppers Mel Day P0211M 0.99 R1- Smash the<br />

SHIFT THE GEARS Johnny Balmer Bill Castner 8608RT 1.05 R1- Calcasieu<br />

SHOOTING STAR & TEXAS TORNADO Shirley & Beeman Bros. Ray Orme ES9201 1.05 R2 - Nobody's S.<br />

SHOOT THE LADY THROUGH TO ME (ni) Pioneers Al Brundage 4501K F 0.99 R1- Out to the R.<br />

SHOOT THE OWL (ni) Grady Hester Carl Journell 923SF1 0.99 R1- The Cart<br />

SHOOT THE OWL (bk ni) Big D Ranch Hands Lee Bedford Jr. 23P1M1 0.99 R1- Texas Whirl<br />

SHOOT THE OWL (bk ni) The Texans Hollis Johnson P5511M 0.99 R1- Down the<br />

SHUFFLE STAR Jack Carter-BIk. Mt. Boys Dave Clavner 4M1B2 1.05 R1- Mt. Vernon<br />

SIDES DIVIDE (ni) Tom Dickey Rickey Holden K1F270 0.99 R1- Ladies Chain<br />

SIDES DIVIDE Forrest Delk Butch Nelson R4208T 1.05 R1- Half Sashay<br />

SIX TO THE CENTER James Boys Gordon Hoyt 4GM66 1.05 R1- Triple Duck<br />

SMASH THE WINDOW (bk ni) Melody Tune Toppers Mel Day P0211M 0.99 RI- Saucer Eyes<br />

SOLDIER'S JOY (bk ni) Texas Dandies "Jonesy" Jones 651P1M 0.99 R1-Cactus Twist<br />

SPINNING WHEEL (ni) Tom Dickey Rickey Holden KF5701 0.99 R1- A Little Con<br />

SPINNING WHEEL (bk ni) Cactus Twisters Bill Mooney 611PM1 0.99 R2- El Rancho<br />

SPINNING WHEEL Sexton-Ariz. Hoedowners Johnny Melton 6108RT 1.05 R1- Double the<br />

SPINNING WHEEL (ni) Gibbs-Ariz. Ranch Boys George Karp 30M01S87 1.05 R1-Split Your<br />

SPLIT RING HASH (bk ni) Duel in the Sun Orchestra Lloyd Shaw C4D0800 1.05 R1- Star by<br />

SPLIT THE RING (ni) Grady Hester Carl Journell 2S331F 0.99 R1 - Arkansas<br />

SPLIT THE RING Johnny Balmer Ed Bossing 8R8T50 1.05 R1- Farmer's D.<br />

SPLIT THE RING & AN ELBOW SWING Calif. Haylofters Carl Myles 08P01M 0.99 R1- Missouri<br />

SPLIT THE RING AND 'ROUND JUST ONE Zeke Williams Chuck Rogers C20372D 0.99 R1- Houston Star<br />

SPLIT THE RING HASH (bk ni) Maxham's Sq. Dance Ensemble Bill Bostrand NR7 0.99 R2 - El Rancho<br />

SPLIT YOUR CORNERS Sexton - Ariz. Hoedowners Wayne Walker 2R08T2 1.05 RI- Ariz. Star<br />

SPLIT YOUR CORNERS (ni) Gibbs-Ariz. Ranch Boys George Karp 30M01S87 1.05 R1- Spinning Wh.<br />

SPLIT YOUR SIDES Jack Carter's BIk. Mt. Boys Les Gotcher 9M1B0 1.05 R1-Yo-Yo<br />

STAND BETWEEN THE SIDES (ni) Rock Candy Mountaineers Paul Hunt 9D01F3 1.15 R1- Right Elbow<br />

STAR AND A WHEEL Jones Boys Jack Hoheisal 4G36M 1.05 RI.- Gents Grab<br />

STAR AND OUTSIDE IN HASH Bunkhouse Four Mel Schoeckert 510ES1 1.05 R1- Merry Go<br />

STAR BY THE RIGHT (bk ni) Duel in the Sun Orchestra Lloyd Shaw C4D0800 1.05 R1-Split Ring<br />

STAR BY THE RIGHT (ni) Tom Dickey Rickey Holden 4K01F7 0.99 R1- Arkansas T.<br />

STAR HASH Schroeder's Playboys Marvin Shilling 1J5W7 1.05 R2 - Crawdad Sq.<br />

STAR TO THE RIGHT (bk ni) Ray Smith P1M671 0.99 R1- Catch all<br />

SUN COUNTRY STOMP Schroeder's Playboys Bill Yates 3J5W8 1.05 R1- Ends Turn<br />

SUTTERS MILL (ni) Gibbs-Ariz. Ranch Boys Bob Walters 600 MS1 1.05 R1- Medley<br />

THE SUZY Q Bunkhouse Four Jim York 9E1S00 1.05 R1- Sashay Hash<br />

SWING ADAM, SWING EVE (bk ni) Ray Smith 97PM11 0.99 R1- Denver Wagon<br />

TAKE A LITTLE PEEK (bk ni) The Texans Hollis Johnson 4P1M51 0.99 R1-Ten Little<br />

TAKE A PEEK (ni) Grady Hester Carl Journell 4S1F63 0.99 R1- Double Star<br />

TAKE A PEEK Sexton - Ariz. Hoedowners Johnny Melton 510R8T 1.05 R2- Four Leaf<br />

TEMPEST (bk ni) Melody Tune Toppers Mel Day 8P1M11 0.99 R1- Life On The<br />

TEN LITTLE INDIANS (bk ni) The Texans Hollis Johnson 4P1M51 0.99 R1- Take a Little<br />

TEXAN WHIRL Long Horn Mavericks Rickey Holden 3G6M7 1.05 R1- Lady Walk<br />

TEXARKANA STAR Black Mountain Boys Jim Brower 741MB 1.05 R1-Yucaipi Rol<br />

TEXAS DOUBLE STAR Bunkhouse Four Jim York ES1101 1.05 R1- Calif. Star<br />

TEXAS STAR (ni) Grady Hester -Texsons Carl Journell 23K01F 0.99 R1- Four in<br />

TEXAS STAR (bk ni) Big D Ranch Hands Lee Bedford Jr. P0111M 0.99 R2- Red River<br />

TEXAS STAR (PART I) (bk ni) Texas Dandies "Jonesy" Jones PM8511 0 .99 R2- Oh Susanna<br />

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TEXAS STAR (bk ni) Jim Williamson G3S210 0.99 R1- Right Hand<br />

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TEXAS WHIRLWIND (bk ni)<br />

THROW IN THE CLUTCH<br />

TOM AND JERRY (ni)<br />

TRAILIN(3 STAR<br />

TRAVEL ON (bk ni)<br />

TRINIDAD TWISTER<br />

TRIPLE <strong>DU</strong>CK<br />

TRIPLE TEXAS STAR<br />

TUGBOAT (bk ni)<br />

TUNNEL THROUGH (ni)<br />

TUNNEL THRU (bk ni)<br />

TURN OL' ADAM<br />

WIN TRAVELER HASH<br />

TWO BIRDS IN A CAGE<br />

TWO STARS VENUS AND MARS (ni)<br />

VtVE L'AMOUR (ni)<br />

THE WAGON WHEEL (ni)<br />

WAGON WHEEL (ni)<br />

WAGON WHEEL WITH DENVER<br />

WAGON WHEEL (bk ni)<br />

WAVE THE OCEAN ( ni)<br />

WHEEL AROUND<br />

WHEEL AROUND SQUARE<br />

WHEELING THAR<br />

WHEN THE WORK'S ALL DONE<br />

THIS FALL (bk ni)<br />

WHIRLPOOL SQUARE (ni)<br />

WHIRLPOOL SQUARE<br />

WRIGHT'S STAR<br />

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YUCAIPA TWISTER<br />

YUCAIPI ROLL-WAY<br />

YUCAIPI ROLLAWAY (ni)<br />

ZIG, ZAG ZING<br />

Musicians<br />

Big D Ranch Hands<br />

Barbour's Calif. Clippers<br />

Johnny Dieson<br />

Schroeder's Playboys<br />

James Boys<br />

Cliffie Stone<br />

Dick Dyson<br />

Jack Carter- Blk. Mt. Boys<br />

Jimmy Thomason<br />

Jones Boys<br />

Mid Westerners<br />

Zeke Williams<br />

Grady Hester<br />

Slim & Country Cousins<br />

Jack Carter- Blk. Mt. Boys<br />

Carson Robison<br />

Jack Carter- Blk. Mt. Boys<br />

Balmer's Grand Canyon Boys<br />

Schroeder's Playboys<br />

Jack Carter- Blk. Mt. Boys<br />

Ramsey's Old Timers<br />

Black Mountain Boys<br />

J Bar L Boys<br />

Frank Messina-Mavericks<br />

Caller<br />

Lee Bedford Jr.<br />

"Jonesy" Jones<br />

Jack Currier<br />

A. Kronenberger<br />

Jim Williamson<br />

Marvin Shilling<br />

Gordon Hoyt<br />

Les Gotcher<br />

Uncle Hank<br />

Les Gotcher<br />

Jim Williamson<br />

Jack Hoheisal<br />

Bert Rietz<br />

Bunkhouse Four Ed Gilmore<br />

Ben Christian-Texas Cowboys Bill Rose<br />

Rock Candy Mountaineers Paul Hunt<br />

Grady Hester- Texsons Carl Journell<br />

Ben Christian<br />

Bill Rose<br />

Chuck Rogers<br />

Carl Journell<br />

Herb Greggerson<br />

A. Kronenberger<br />

Les Gotcher<br />

Lawrence Loy<br />

Les Gotcher<br />

Johnny Schultz<br />

Marvin Shilling<br />

Les Gotcher<br />

Johnny Melton<br />

Jim Brower<br />

Joe Lewis<br />

"Jonesy" Jones<br />

S. D. S. Flip (reverse) Side<br />

Cat. No. Price Sec.-First word(s)<br />

23P1M1<br />

02G6M<br />

2SF731<br />

5E019<br />

3G03S1<br />

2JW75<br />

4GM66<br />

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8M1B0<br />

8GS103<br />

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30 ES01<br />

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Record Section<br />

R2 (ssd wc) SINGING SQUARE DANCES<br />

with singing coils on record<br />

ABA-DABA HONEYMOON Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele 2J5W0 1.05<br />

AFTER YOU'VE GONE AWAY The 49ers Paul Phillips 4JW95 1.05<br />

AFTER YOU'VE GONE AWAY The 49ers Paul Phillips J95W5 1.05<br />

ALABAMA JUBILEE Sundowners Band Doc Alumbaugh 30N7W4 1.45<br />

ALABAMA JUBILEE Gibbs-Ariz. Ranch Boys George Karp MS108701 1.05<br />

ALABAMA JUBILEE (ni) Ramsey's Old Timers Cal Golden R08114 1.05<br />

ALABAMA JUBILEE Barbour's Calif. Clippers "Jonesy" Jones 8G36M 1.05<br />

ALABAMA JUBILEE (ni) J Bar L Boys Joe Lewis 3TN007 1.05<br />

ALABAMA JUBILEE Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele J005W 1.05<br />

ALABAMA JUMPIN' JUBILEE Jack Carter -Blk. Mt. Boys Dave Clavner 81MB1 1.05<br />

ALABAMY BOUND The 49ers Paul Phillips J95W5 1.05<br />

ALABAMY BOUND The 49ers Paul Phillips 3J5W9 1.05<br />

BABY FACE Slim Forbes- Ranch Boys George Karp 5M87S0 1.05<br />

BABY FACE Gibbs-Ariz. Ranch Boys George Karp MS108701 1.05<br />

BACK TO DONEGAL Armstrong Quadrilles Don Armstrong ON47W3 1.45<br />

BALL AND CHAIN Sundowners Band Bruce Johnson 7N247W 1.45<br />

BALLIN' THE JACK Sundowners Band Bruce Johnson 02NW47 1.45<br />

BARNACLE BILL The Pioneers Al Brundage S51K3 1.05<br />

BARNACLE BILL SQUARE Ark. Mt. Boys Cal Golden 760 R T8 1.05<br />

BELL BOTTOM TROUSERS (ni) Rhythm Boys Lefty Davis 5S31F7 0.99<br />

BELL BOTTOM TROUSERS (bk ni) Big D Ranch Hands Lee Bedford Jr. 1P11M1 0.99<br />

BELL BOTTOM TROUSERS (ni) Chuck's Corngrinders Charley Thomas 20 H2H2 0.99<br />

BELLE OF SAN ANTONE Sundowners Band Robby Robertson N347W4 1.45<br />

BIG BABOON (bk) Rock Candy Mountaineers Paul Hunt H122H2 0.99<br />

BILL BAILEY Sundowners Band Bruce Johnson 02NW47 1.45<br />

BIRD IN THE CAGE WITH 7 Ben Christian-<br />

HANDS AROUND (ni) Texas Cowboys Bi I I Rose 713SF1 0.99<br />

BLACK MOUNTAIN MUSIC Jack Carter- Blk. Mt. Boys Jack Warner M1B11 1.05<br />

BLUE TAIL FLY Frank Messina-Mavericks "Jonesy" Jones G86M8 1.05<br />

BOIL DEM CABBAGE DOWN Sexton - Ariz. Hoedowners Johnny Melton 510R8T 1.05<br />

BONAPARTE'S RETREAT Melody Cowhands Red Warrick 2H1L0 1.05<br />

BOOGIE SQUARE Kay Riggs & Orchestra Buzz Brown 2D1S00 riq<br />

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1.05 R1 -Wheel Around<br />

0.99 R1 -Lady Round<br />

1.05 R1 -Wright's Star<br />

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1.15 R1 -Cheyenne W.<br />

0.99 R4 - Betty Brown<br />

1.05 R1 -Whirlpool Sq.<br />

0.99 R1 -Lonesome G.<br />

1.05 R2 -Goodbye, My<br />

1.16 R4 -Jackson's B.<br />

1.05 R1 -Chase the<br />

0.99 R4 - Liberty<br />

1.15 R1 -The Dbl. Star<br />

0.99 R1 -Sally Goodin<br />

0.99 R4 -Eighth of J.<br />

C2D4037 0.99 R1- The Merry Go<br />

3631SF 0.99 R1 -Sashay Pard.<br />

02P4C0 1.15 R1 -Around Just<br />

5E0153 1.05 R1 - Trailing Star<br />

10M1B 1.05 R1 -Hashin' the<br />

M45001M 0.99 R1 -Pokeberry P.<br />

8M1B0 1.05 R1 -Tunnel T.<br />

08R8T0 1.05 R1 -Puddy Tat Sq.<br />

2JW75 1.05 R1 -Trinidad T.<br />

9M1BO 1.05 R1 -Split Your S.<br />

4RT708 1.05 R1- Inside Out,<br />

741MB 1.05 R1- Texarkana S.<br />

6T07N0 1.05 R2 - Down Yonder<br />

696GM 1.05 R1- Calif. 3-Hand<br />

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R3 -After You've<br />

R2- Alabamy B.<br />

R2 - McNamara's<br />

R2 -Baby Face<br />

R2 -Oh Johnny<br />

R2 -Red Wing<br />

R1- The Hash<br />

R2 -Just Because<br />

R2 - Nobody's .Sw.<br />

R2 - After You've<br />

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R3 -Baby Face<br />

R2 - Alabama Jub.<br />

R2 - Mountain Mu<br />

R2 - Pistol Packn<br />

R2 -Bill Bailey<br />

R6 -Waltz Quad<br />

R3 - Barnacle Bi I<br />

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R2 -Nellie Was<br />

R2 - Heart of My<br />

R2-Let Him Go,<br />

R2 -Bailin' The<br />

R4 -Soldiers Joy<br />

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S. D. S.<br />

Cat. No. Price<br />

Flip (reverse) Side<br />

Sec.-First word(*)<br />

BROADWAY PROMANADE (ni) J Bar L Boys Joe Lewis 800T6N 1.05 R1- Denver Wag.<br />

BROWN EYED MARY<br />

BUFFALO BOY GO 'ROUND<br />

Ramsey's Old Timers Mrs. J. Melton 1508RT 1.05 R6 - Virginia Reel<br />

THE OUTSIDE (bk ni) Carson Robison Lawrence Loy M91063C 0.99 R2- Oh Susanna<br />

BUTTONS AND BOWS (bk ni) Bill Mooney-Cactus Twisters Bill Mooney PM2111 0.99 R2 - My Pretty<br />

BY THE SEA Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele J25W5 1.05 R2- Down on the<br />

BY THE SEA Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele J5W32 1.05 R3- By the Sea<br />

BYE BYE BLACKBIRD Rusty's Riders "Jonesy" Jones 9G6 M6 1.05 R2 - Golden Slip.<br />

BYE BYE BLACKBIRD Schroeder's Playboys George Karp JW085 1.05 R3- Bye Bye Blk<br />

BYE BYE BLUES Frank Messina "Jonesy" Jones G407M 1.05 R2 - Coney Island<br />

BYE BYE BLUES (bk) Rock Candy Mountaineers Paul Hunt 1H22H1 0.99 R1- Box of<br />

CALIFORNIA HERE I COME "Jonesy" Jones 9G56M 1.05 R2 -Crawdad S.<br />

CALIFORNIA, HERE I COME Sundowners Band Bruce Johnson 4NW147 1.45 R2 - Down Yonder<br />

CALIFORNIA WHIRL "Jonesy" Jones 8G6M5 1.05 R2- Mt. Music<br />

CALIFORNIA WHIRL Bunkhouse Four Ed Gilmore IOSEOI 1.05 R1- Four Star<br />

CARELESS LOVE (ni) Folkraft Country Dance Ord), Al Brundage KO1F20 0.99 R1- Keep A-Stepp<br />

CARIBBEAN Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele JW225 1.05 R2- Round Up<br />

CARIBBEAN Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele J025W 1.05 R3 - Caribbean<br />

CHARLEY, MY BOY Oklahoma Ranch Hands Paul Phillips 120PC4 1.15 R3 -Charley; My<br />

CHASM' WOMEN (bk) Chuck's Corngrinders Mac McKendrick H22H80 0.99 R2 - Swannee R.<br />

CHINATOWN MY CHINATOWN Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele J15W5 1.05 R3 - Chinatown<br />

CHINATOWN MY CHINATOWN Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele J5W81 1.05 R2 - Toot Toot<br />

CINDY Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele 1J05W 1.05 R2 - You Call<br />

CINDY Cal Golden's Ark. Mt. Boys Jim Brooks 4 R808T 1.05 R2 - Tulip Square<br />

CINDY (bk ni) Dick Dyson-Musical Texans Uncle Hank T972C 0.99 R4 -Square Dance<br />

CINDY LOU Jack Carter- Blk. Mt. Boys Les Gotcher 4M1B1 1.05 R2 - Crawdad Sq.<br />

CINDY LOU (ni) J Bar L Boys Joe Lewis 40T07N 1.05 R2 - Sugarfoot Rag<br />

COLD COLD HEART Rusty's Riders "Jonesy" Jones G76M8 1.05 R2 - Jambal aya<br />

COMIN ROUND THE MOUNTAIN "Jonesy" Jones 44G0M0 1.05 R2 Hot Time<br />

COMIN' ROUND THE MOUNTAIN Sundowners Band Doc Alurnbaugh 51NW47 1.45 R2- Hot Time<br />

COMIN' ROUND THE MOUNTAIN Balmer's Grand Canyon Boys Johnny Schultz 09R08T 1.05 R3 - Comin' Round<br />

CONEY ISLAND WASHBOARD Frank Messina "Jonesy" Jones G407M 1.05 R2 - Bye Bye Blue<br />

CONVENTION TIME IN TEXAS Woodshed Four A. Kronenberger 459E51 1.05 R3 - Convention<br />

COWBOY LOOP (ni) The Pioneers Al Brundage 16SK1 1,05 R2 Foggy Mt.<br />

CRAWDADS Ramsey's Old Timers Bob Merkley 7RT308 1.05 R2 Red River<br />

CRAWDAD SONG "Jonesy" Jones 9G56M 1.05 R2 Cal ifornia<br />

THE CRAWDAD SONG Sundowners Band Bruce Johnson N7W114 1.45 R2 - Darktown<br />

CRAWDAD SQUARE Jack Carter- Blk_ Mt. Boys Les Gotcher 4M1B1 1.05 R2 - Cindy Lou<br />

CRAWDAD SQUARE Schroeder's Playboys Marvin Shilling 1J5W7 1.05 R1- Star Hash<br />

DALLAS DOLL Harry Raby -3 D Valley Boys Cal Golden DH302 1.05 R2 - Poor Little<br />

DARKTOWN STRUTTER'S BALL Sundowners Band Bruce Johnson N7W114 1.45 R2- The Crawdad<br />

DARLING NELLIE GRAY Stan James-Valley Boys "Jonesy" Jones 17GOMO 1.05 R2 - El Rancho<br />

DARLING NELLIE GRAY (bk ni) Carson Robison Lawrence Loy 81MC063 0.99 R2- First Two<br />

DEEP IN THE HEART OF TEXAS Schroeder's Playboys Torn Mullen J55W5 1.05 R3 - Deep in<br />

DING DONG DADDY FROM <strong>DU</strong>MAS Sundowners Band Bruce Johnson N7W314 1.45 R2 - Ghost Riders<br />

DON'T BRING LULU Frank Messina•Mavericks "Jonesy" Jones OG%M 1.05 R2 - Row, Row,<br />

DON'T BRING LULU<br />

DON'T LET THE STARS<br />

Harry Raby -3 D Valley Boys Cal Golden D102H 1.05 R2 - Margie<br />

GET IN YOUR EYES Texas Range Riders Andy Andrus 3M1B4 1.05 R2-I Get the<br />

DO-SA-DO-M1XER Sundowners Band Don Armstrong 22NW47 1.45 R2 - Put On Your<br />

DOWN ON THE FARM Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele J25W5 1.05 R2 -By the Sea<br />

DOWN ON THE FARM Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele 425JW 1.05 R3 - Down on the<br />

DOWN SOUTH Frank Messina- Mavericks "Jonesy" Jones GM386 1.05 R2-Till The<br />

DOWN SOUTH Sundowners Band Don Armstrong 22NW47 1.45 R2 Put On Your<br />

DOWN YONDER Sundowners Band Bruce Johnson 4NW147 1.45 R2 - Cal iforni a,<br />

DOWN YONDER Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele J5W80 1.05 R2- If You Got<br />

DOWN YONDER Forrest Delk Butch Nelson 06R8T0 1.05 R2 - Nobody's S.<br />

DOWN YONDER Stan James-Valley Boys "Jonesy" Jones 0GM66 1.05 R2 -There'll Be<br />

DOWN YONDER Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele J05W4 1.05 R3 - Down Yonder<br />

DOWN YONDER (ni) J Bar L Boys Joe Lewis 6T07N0 1.05 R1- Yucaipa Roll<br />

EL RANCHO GRANDE Ramsey's Old Timers Bob Merkley R8T020 1.05 R2- Oh Susanna<br />

EL RANCHO GRANDE (bk ni) Maxham's Sq. Dance Ensemble Bill Bostrand NR7 0.99 R1-Split the<br />

EL RANCHO GRANDE Stan James-Valley Boys "Jonesy" Jones 17GOMO 1.05 R2-Darling Nell<br />

EL RANCHO GRANDE (bk ni) Cactus Twisters Bill Mooney 611PM1 0.99 R1-Spinning W.<br />

END OF THE WORLD (ni) J Bar L Boys Joe Lewis 7T7N00 1.05 R1- Four You<br />

END OF THE WORLD Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele J315W 1.05 R3- End of the<br />

END OF THE WORLD Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele J25W8 1.05 R2 -Oh Baby<br />

FIGURE EIGHT Melody Cow Hands Red Warrick 8H1L0 1.05 R2 - Smoothie<br />

THE FIRST TWO LADIES CROSS OVER Carson Robison Lawrence Loy 81MC063 0.99 R2- Darling Nell<br />

FIVE FOOT TWO Frank Messina-Mavericks "Jonesy" Jones G86M8 1.05 R2- Blue Tail<br />

FIVE FOOT TWO Ozark Hoedowners A. Krcnenberger 9E1015 1.05 R1- Runouttaname<br />

FIVE FOOT TWO Jack Carter- Blk. Mt. Boys Jack Warner M1B11 1.05 R2- Black Mt. M<br />

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Title Musicians Caller<br />

S. D. S.<br />

Cat. No. Price<br />

Flip (reverse) Side<br />

Sec.-first word(s)<br />

FIVE FOOT TWO (ni) J Bar L Sq. Dance Boys Joe Lewis TN1107 1.05 R2 - Shiek of Ara<br />

FOUR LEAF CLOVER Sexton- Ariz. Hoedowners Johnny Melton 510R8T 1.05 R2 - Take a Peek<br />

FOUR LEAF CLOVER Sundowners Band Robby Robertson 62N7W4 1.45 R2- Sailing Down<br />

FOUR LEAF CLOVER (ni) J Bar L Boys Joe Lewis 9T6N00 1.05 R1- Inside Out<br />

THE GAL FROM TENNESSEE Dahlgren - Cascade Hillbillies Joe Hall Q1A30 1.10 R3 - Gal From Ten<br />

GAL I LEFT BEHIND (bk ni) Shirley & Beeman Bros. Jack Hutchins RB065 0.99 R1- Sally Goodin<br />

GAL I LEFT BEHIND ME Sexton-Ariz. Hoedowners Johnny Melton 510R8T 1.05 R2 - Take a Peek<br />

GALLAGHER AND SHEAN Sundowners Band Robby Robertson 924NW7 1.45 R2- Red River<br />

GET ALONG HOME MISS CINDY Stan James-Valley Boys "Jonesy" Jones G00 M48 1.05 R2 - You Cal I<br />

GHOST RIDERS 1N THE SKY Rusty's Riders "Jonesy" Jones 97G6M 1.05 R2- Talkin' Up<br />

GHOST RIDERS IN THE SKY Sundowners Band Bruce Johnsc N7W314 1.45 R2 -Ding Dong<br />

GIRL I LEFT BEHIND ME "Jonesy" Jones 180GOM 1.05 R2-1 Want A<br />

GIT FIDDLE RAG Jack Carter- Blk. Mt. Boys Dave Clavner 301MB 1.05 R2-Jingle Bells<br />

GOIN' HOME TO JULIE Cascade Hillbillies Joe Hall QA201 1.10 R3- Goin' Home<br />

GOLDEN SLIPPERS The Pioneers Al Brundage 35K1F0 0.99 R2- Red River<br />

GOLDEN SLIPPERS Sundowners Band Robby Robertson 52N7W4 1.45 R2 - Kansas City<br />

GOLDEN SLIPPERS Rusty Riders "Jonesy" Jones 9G6106 1.05 R2 -Bye Bye<br />

GOODBYE, MY LOVER, GOODBYE Jones Boys Jack Hoheisal 53G6M 1.05 R1- Turn 01'<br />

HEART OF MY HEART Sundowners Band Robby Robertson N347W4 1.45 R2 -Belle of San<br />

HELLO Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele 21JW5 1.05 R3 -Hello<br />

HELLO Sundowners Band Bruce Johnson N47W81 1.45 R2 -Tavern In<br />

HELLO Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele J015W 1.05 R2 - Tennessee<br />

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CAT AND THE FIDDLE (bk ni) Mooney-Cactus Twisters Bill Mooney 3P11M1 0.99 R2- Little Brown<br />

HINKY DINKY PARLEY VOO (ni) Woodhull's Old Tyme Masters Floyd Woodhull 3K201F 0.99 R1- Last of the<br />

HINKY DINKY PARLEY VOO Ramsey' s Old Timers Milton Paisant 83R8T0 1.05 R2 - Let's Have<br />

HOME IN SAN ANTONE Jack Carter- Blk. Mt. Boys Cliff Curtis M11B6 1.05 R3 - Home In<br />

HOMETOWN JUBILEE Sundowners Band Bruce Johnson 1N247W 1.45 R2 - Little Red<br />

HOT TIME "Jonesy" Jones 44G0M0 1.05 R2 - Comin' Round<br />

HOT TIME Stan James -Valley Boys "Jonesy" Jones 2G6M5 1.05 R2 - Oh Johnny<br />

HOT TIME (ni) Woodhull's Old Tyme Masters Floyd Woodhull 5KF201 0.99 R2 - Promenade<br />

HOT TIME IN THE OLD TOWN TONIGHT Sundowners Band Bruce Johnson 51NW47 1.45 R2 - Comin' Round<br />

HOT TIME IN THE OLD TOWN TONIGHT Forrest Delk Butch Nelson 520RT8 1.05 R2 - San Antone<br />

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HURRY, HURRY, HURRY "Jonesy" Jones 6G6M5 1.05 R2 - Turkey in<br />

I GET THE BLUES WHEN IT RAINS Texas Range Riders Andy Andrus 3M1B4 1.05 R2 - Don't Let the<br />

IF YOU GOT THE MONEY Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele J5W80 1.05 R2 - Down Yonder<br />

IF YOU GOT THE MONEY Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele J5W50 1.05 R3 If You Got<br />

IF YOU KNEW SUSIE Frank Messina-Mavericks "Jonesy" Jones G286M 1.05 R3 -Too Old To<br />

IF YOU KNEW SUSIE Oklahoma Ranch Hands Paul Phillips 32PC04 1.15 R2- If You Knew<br />

IF YOU'VE GOT THE MONEY Oklahoma Ranch Hands Paul Phillips 22PC04 1.15 R3 -If You've<br />

I LIKE MT. MUSIC Jack Carter- Blk. Mt. Boys Jack Warner M1B11 1.05 R2- Five Foot<br />

I LIKE MT. MUSIC Schroeder's Playboys Howie Bernard J85W1 1.05 R3-1 Like Mt.<br />

I'M A BUM Pioneers Al Brundage 9S1K5 1.05 R3 -I'm a Bum<br />

I'M GONNA LOCK MY HEART ( ni) J Bar L Boys Joe Lewis T2107N 1.05 R2-Singing A<br />

INDIAN FILE (ni) Folkraft Country Dance Orch. Al Brundage 1K1F00 0.99 R2- Two Head<br />

INDIAN STYLE "Jonesy" Jones 1G0M40 1.05 R2 - Parte Vous<br />

IRISH WASHER WOMAN "Jonesy" Jones 3G00M8 1.05 R2 -Ocean Wave<br />

IT'S A GOOD DAY Cliffie Stone Les Gotcher 31PO4C 1.15 R3 - It's a Good<br />

I WANT A GIRL Stan James - Valley Boys "Jonesy" Jones 180GOM 1.05 R2 -Girl I Left<br />

I WANT A GIRL Sundowners Band Doc Alumbaugh 5NW047 1.45 R2 - Hurry, Hurry<br />

I WANT A GIRL Gilmore- Boom Chuck Boys Ed Gilmore C9D33 1.05 R1- Between Thos<br />

JAMBALAYA Rusty's Riders "Jonesy" Jones G76M8 1.05 R2 - Cold Cold<br />

JAMBALAYA (bk) Dave Clavner- Buckaroos Dave Clavner 432MP1 0.99 R2- Tale of the<br />

JAMBALAYA SQUARE The 49ers Paul Phillips 0J5W9 1.05 R3 -Jambalaya<br />

JAMBALAYA SQUARE The 49ers Paul Phillips 2J5W9 1.05 R2 -Put Your<br />

JESSIE POLKA (ni) J Bar L Boys Joe Lewis 5T07N0 1.05 R3 -Jessie Polka<br />

JESSIE POLKA SQUARE Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele 62JW5 1.05 R3 -Jessie Polka<br />

JESSIE POLKA SQUARE "Jonesy" Jones GM556 1.05 R2 -Yes Sir,<br />

JESSIE POLKA SQUARE Ramsey's Old Timers Melton - Morgan 37T8R0 1.05 R2 -Old Fashion<br />

JESSIE POLKA SQUARE Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele 3J5W0 1.05 R2 - She' s Just<br />

JINGLE BELLS Stan James-Valley Boys "Jonesy" Jones 27GOM0 1.05 R2 - Wabash Can<br />

JINGLE BELLS Jack Carter -Blk. Mt. Boys Dave Clavner 301MB 1.05 R2-Git Fiddle<br />

JUST BECAUSE Sundowners Band Doc Alumbaugh 40N47W 1.45 R2 - Rambl in'<br />

JUST BECAUSE Ramblers Bob Vanantwerp M1B23 1.05 R2 -Why Don't<br />

JUST BECAUSE Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele JOO5W 1.05 R2- Alabama Jub.<br />

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KANSAS CITY MY HOME TOWN Stan James-Valley Boys "Jonesy" Jones G66M1 1.05 R2 -Steel Guitar<br />

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LADY OF SPAIN Pancho Bairds Gitfiddlers Pancho Baird 7JW95 1.05 R3 - Lady of<br />

LADY OF SPAIN Pancho Bairds Gitfiddlers Pancho Baird 8J5W9 1.05 R2-Smoke on<br />

LADY ROUND THE LADY (bk) Chuck's Corngrinders M. McKendrick H22H80 0.99 R2 - Chasin'<br />

LET HIM GO, LET HIM TARRY (bk) Rock Candy Mountaineers Paul Hunt H122H2 0.99 R2- Big Baboon<br />

LET'S HAVE A BARREL OF FUN Ramsey's Old Timers Milton Pai sant 83 R8TO 1.05 R2 -Hinky Dink<br />

LEVI'S, PLAID SHIRT AND SPURS Stan James-Valley Boys "Jonesy" Jones 2G16M 1.05 R2 - Listen to<br />

LIFE ON OCEAN WAVE (ni) Folkraft Country Dance Orch. Al Brundage 1K1F00 0.99 R2- Indian File<br />

LIFE ON THE OCEAN WAVE Johnny Balmer Ed Bossing 9R8T50 1.05 R2 - When the<br />

LIFE ON THE OCEAN WAVE (ni) Wyatt Gang Mr. Kitzel M04T6 1.05 R2- Oh, Dem<br />

LISTEN TO THE MOCKING BIRD Stan James-Valley Boys "Jonesy" Jones 2G16M 1.05 R2- Levi's Plaid<br />

LITTLE BROWN JUG (bk ni) Bill Mooney-Cactus Twisters Bill Mooney 3P11M1 0,99 R2- Hey Diddle<br />

LITTLE OLD LOG CABIN IN THE LANE Folkraft Country Dance Orch. Al Brundage KO1F20 0.99 R1- Keep A-Step<br />

LITTLE RED CABOOSE Sundowners Band Bruce Johnson 1N1247W 1.45 R2- Hometown J.<br />

LIZA JANE (ni) Mid Westerners Bert Rietz 7816C4V5 1.16 R3- Liza Jane<br />

LOG CABIN IN THE LANE (ni) Rhythm Boys Lefty Davis 5S31F7 0.99 R2- Lucy Doll<br />

LUCY DOLL (ni) Rhythm Boys Lefty Davis 5S31F7 0.99 R2 -Log Cabin<br />

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MACNAMARA'S BAND ( instructions) Al McMullen 191P1M 0.99 R2 - Macnamara' s<br />

MACNAMARA' S BAND Johnny Downs Al McMullen 191P1M 0.99 R2 - Macnamara' s<br />

MACNAMARA'S BAND Barbour's Cal if. Clippers "Jonesy" Jones G6M12 1.05 R1- Right Hands<br />

MADEMOISELLE FROM ARMENTIERES Big ❑ Ranch Hands Lee Bedford Jr. 90PM11 0.99 R1- Arkansas T .<br />

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MANANA Sundowners Band Bruce Johnson N7W704 1.45 R2- The Same Old<br />

MANANA Stan James-Valley Boys "Jonesy" Jones 2GM800 1.05 R2- Red River<br />

MARCHIN THROUGH GEORGIA "Jonesy" Jones 24GOMO 1.05 R2- Pistol<br />

MARCHIN THROUGH GEORGIA Sundowners Band Bruce Johnson 2N47W1 1.45 R2 -My Pretty<br />

MARGIE Harry Raby-3-D Valley Boys Cal Golden D1O2H 1.05 R2 - Don' t Bring<br />

MEXICAN JOE Schroeder's Playboys Harold Newsom 2J5W8 1.05 R3 -Mexican Joe<br />

MEXICAN JOE Harry Raby-3-D Valley Boys Cal Golden D2H00 1.05 R2 - Kavvl iga<br />

MEXICAN JOE Frank Messina-Mavericks "Jonesy" Jones 2G6M9 1.05 R2 - Put Your Arms<br />

MINE ALL MINE Harry Raby-3-D Valley Boys Cal Golden DH302 1.05 R2 - Poor Little<br />

MOUNTAIN MUSIC Armstrong Quadrilles Don Armstrong 0N47W3 1.45 R2- Back To Do.<br />

MOUNTAIN MUSIC "Jonesy" Jones 8G6M5 1.05 R2- Cal ifornia<br />

MOUNTAIN MUSIC (bk ni) Big D Ranch Hands Lee Bedford Jr. 33P1M1 0.99 R2 -Railroad Tra.<br />

MY DARLING NELLIE GRAY (ni) Folkraft Country Dance Orch. Al Brundage 41K1F0 0.99 R2- Pop Goes The<br />

MY GAL SAL (bk ni) Cactus Twisters Bill Mooney 5111PM 0.99 RI The "H"<br />

MY LITTLE GIRL Balmer's Grand Canyon Boys Johnny Schultz 780RT8 1.05 R3 -My Little<br />

MY LITTLE GIRL Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele 2J5W0 1_05 R2 - Aba-Daba<br />

MY PRETTY GIRL (bk ni) Mooney-Cactus Twisters Bill Mooney PM2111 0 99 R2 -Buttons and<br />

MY PRETTY GIRL Sundowners Band Bruce Johnson 2N47W1 1.45 R2--Marching Thr<br />

NELLIE WAS A LADY (bk) Chuck's Corngrinders Charley Thomas 20H2H2 0.99 R2 -Bell Bottom<br />

NOBODY'S BUSINESS Sundowners Band Bruce Johnson 91N7W4 1.45 R2 - Sweet Georgia<br />

NOBODY'S SWEETHEART Forrest Delk Butch Nelson 06R8T0 1.05 R2 - Down Yonder<br />

NOBODY'S SWEETHEART Shirley & Beeman Bros. Ray Orme ES9201 1.05 R1- Shooting Star<br />

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OH BABY MINE Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele 7J5W2 1.05 R3 -Oh Baby Mine<br />

OH BABY MINE Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele J25W8 1.05 R2 -End of the<br />

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PROMENADE IN THE MOONLIGHT (ni) Woodhull's Old Tyme Masters Floyd Woodhull 5KF201 0.99 R2- Hot Time<br />

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PUT ON YOUR OLD GREY BONNET (bk) Chuck's Corngrinders Charley Thomas 11-12H02 0.99 R1- Bully of the<br />

PUT YOUR ARMS AROUND ME HONEY Frank Messina-Mavericks "Jonesy" Jones 2G6M9 1.05 R2- Mexican Joe<br />

PUT YOUR ARMS AROUND ME HONEY The 49ers Paul Phi 11 ips 2J5W9 1.05 R2 - Jambal aya<br />

PUT YOUR ARMS AROUND ME HONEY The 49ers Paul Phillips 1J5W9 1.05 R3 - Put Your Arm<br />

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RAGTIME MELODY Jack Carter- Blk. Mt. Boys Jack Warner 7M1B1 1.05 R3- Rag Time<br />

RAGTIME MELODY Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele 9JW05 1.05 R2- Truly Truly<br />

RAGTIME MELODY Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele 70JW5 1.05 R3- Ragtime M.<br />

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RANCHO GRANDE (bk ni) Shirley & Beeman Bros. Jack Hutchins RB265 0.99 R1- Hutch's Hoe<br />

RANCHO GRANDE Schroeder's Playboys Morris Sevada 0J5W5 1.05 R2- San Antonio<br />

RED RIVER VALLEY Texas Range Riders Lew Torrance M41B4 1.05 R2- Y'Ali Come<br />

RED RIVER VALLEY (bk ni) Big D Ranch Hands Lee Bedford Jr. P0111M 0.99 R1- Texas Star<br />

RED RIVER VALLEY Ramsey's Old Timers Bob Merkley 7RT308 1.05 R2- Crawdads<br />

RED RIVER VALLEY Sundowners band Robby Robertson 924NW7 1.45 R2 - Gallagher<br />

RED RIVER VALLEY Stan James- Valley Boys "Jonesy" Jones 2GM800 1.05 R2- Manana<br />

RED RIVER VALLEY (ni) The Pioneers Al Brundage 35K1F0 0.99 R2- Up Town<br />

RED RIVER VALLEY (ni) J Bar L Boys Joe Lewis 700T6N 1.05 R1- Sashay Out<br />

RED WING Barbour's Calif. Clippers "Jonesy" Jones 8G36M 1.05 R2 - Alabama<br />

ROSE OF SAN ANTONE (bk ni) Big D Ranch Hands Lee Bedford Jr. 5P11M3 0.99 R2 - Swanee R.<br />

ROUND UP TIME Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele 12JW5 1.05 R3- Round Up<br />

ROUND UP TIME Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele JW225 1.05 R2 - Caribbean<br />

ROW, ROW, ROW Frank Messina-Mavericks "Jonesy" Jones 0G96M 1.05 R2 -Don't Bring<br />

SAILING DOWN THE OLD GREEN RIVER Frank Messina "Jonesy" Jones GM207 1.05 R2 -Y'All Come<br />

SAILING DOWN THE QV GREEN RIVER Sundowners Band Robby Robertson 62N7W4 1.45 R2- Four Leaf<br />

THE SAME OLD SHILLELAGH Sundowners Band Doc Alumbaugh N7W704 1.45 R2 - Manana<br />

SAN ANTONIO ROSE Forrest Delk Butch Nelson 520 R T8 1.05 R2 -Hot Time<br />

SAN ANTONIO ROSE Schroeder's Playboys Morris Sevada 0J5W5 1.05 R2.- Rancho G.<br />

SAN ANTONIO ROSE (ni) J Bar L Boys Joe Lewis OT6N1O 1.05 R2 Steel Guitar<br />

SEEING NELLIE HOME (ni) Folkraft Country Dance Orch. Al Brundage 41K1F0 0.99 R2- Pop Goes<br />

SHANTY IN OLD SHANTYTOWN Sundowners Band Bruce Johnson N247W4 1.45 R2 - Sioux City<br />

SHEIK OF ARABY Woodshed Four A. Kronenberger 330E1S 1.05 R1- One More<br />

SHEIK OF ARABY Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele 6J5W1 1.05 R3- Sheik of Arab<br />

SHEIK OF ARABY (ni) J Bar L Sq. Dance Boys Joe Lewis NT1107 1.05 R2- Five Foot<br />

SHEIK OF ARABY Frank Messina-Mavericks "Jonesy" Jones G86M6 1.05 R2 - Somebody<br />

SHEIK OF ARABY Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele 9J5W1 1.05 R2 - When You're<br />

SHEIK OF ARABY Ramblers Bob Van Antwerp 3M31B 1.05 R2 Simplicity<br />

SHE'S JUST RIGHT FOR YOU Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele 3J5W0 1.05 R2 -Jessie Polka<br />

SHINE (bk) Dave Clavner- Buckaroos Dave Clavner 33P1M2 0.99 R2- To the End<br />

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SIMPLICITY HASH Ramblers Bob Van Antwerp 3M31B 1.05 R2 - Sheik of<br />

SINGING A MEDLEY (ni) J Bar L Sq. Dance Boys Joe Lewis T2107N 1.05 R2- I'm Gonna<br />

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SMOKE ON THE WATER Pancho Bairds Gitfiddlers Pancho Baird 8J5W9 1.05 R2 - Lady of Spain<br />

SMOKE, SMOKE, SMOKE Rusty's Riders "Jonesy" Jones 97G6M 1.05 R2 - Ghost Riders<br />

SMOOTHIE Melody Cowhands Red Warrick 81-11L0 1.05 R2- Figure Eight<br />

SOLOMON LEVI Bunkhouse Four Ed Gilmore 10ES01 1.05 R1- Four-Star<br />

SOLOMON LEVI Stan James-Valley Boys "Jonesy" Jones 47GM00 1.05 R2 -Oh, Susanna<br />

SOMEBODY STOLE MY GAL Frank Messina -Mavericks "Jonesy" Jones G86M6 1.05 R2 - Sheik of Arab<br />

SOMEBODY STOLE MY GAL Woodshed Four A. Kronenberger 1E1530 1.05 R2 - You Call<br />

SOMEBODY STOLE MY GAL (ni) J Bar L Sq. Dance Boys Joe Lewis TN0107 1.05 R1- Put Them<br />

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SPANISH CAVALIERO (bk ni) Robison - Pleasant Valley Boys Lawrence V. Loy 038CV102 0.99 R3 - Irish Wash<br />

SQUARE DANCE JUBILEE Frank Messina-Mavericks "Jonesy" Jones G96M4 1.05 R2 - Tennessee<br />

THE STARS Melody Cowhands Lester Woytek 6H01L0 1.05 R3- The Stars<br />

THE STEAMBOAT Sundowners Band Bruce Johnson ON147W 1.45 R2 - Yes Sir,<br />

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TALE OF THE BLUE TAIL FLY (bk) Dave Clavner- Buckaroos Dave Clavner 432M P1 0.99 R2 -Jambalaya<br />

TALKING UP A SQUARE (ni) J Bar L Boys Joe Lewis T007N9 1.05 R1- Hash #2<br />

TALKIN' UP THE SQUARE Rusty's Riders "Jonesy" Jones 97G6M 1.05 R2- Ghost Riders<br />

TA RA RA BOOM DE AY Cliffie Stone Les Gotcher P2104C 1.15 R3 -Ta Ra Ra<br />

TAVERN IN THE TOWN Sundowner's Band Bruce Johnson N47W81 1.45 R2-Hello<br />

TEN LITTLE INDIANS (ni) Folkraft Country Dance Orch. Al Brundage 1K1F00 0.99 R2 - Two Head<br />

TENNESSEE GAL Melody Cowhands Norman Merrbach HOlL7 1.05 R3 - Tennessee<br />

TENNESSEE POLKA SQUARE Frank Messina-Mavericks "Jonesy" Jones G96M4 1.05 R2 - Square Dance<br />

TENNESSEE POLKA SQUARE Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele J015W 1.05 R2-Hello<br />

TENNESSEE POLKA SQUARE Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele 1J5W1 1.05 R3- Tennessee<br />

TEXAS PLAINS Arkansas Mt. Boys Cal Golden 96R8T0 1.05 R3- Texas Plains<br />

THERE'LL BE SOME CHANGES MADE Stan James-Valley Boys "Jonesy" Jones 0GM66 1.05 R2- Down Yonder<br />

THERE'LL BE SOME CHANGES MADE Oklahoma Ranch Hands Paul Phillips P4C420 1.15 R3 - There'll<br />

TILL THE END OF THE WORLD Frank Messina-Mavericks "Jonesy" Jones GM386 1.05 R2- Down South<br />

TOO OLD TO CUT THE MUSTARD Frank Messina-Mavericks "Jonesy" Jones G286M 1.05 R2- If You Knew<br />

TOO OLD TO CUT THE MUSTARD Arkansas Mt. Boys Cal Golden 6R8T60 1.05 R3- Too Old<br />

TOOT TOOT TOOTSIE Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele 41J5W 1.05 R3 - Toot Toot<br />

TOOT TOOT TOOTSIE Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele J5W81 1.05 R2 - Chinatown<br />

TO THE END OF THE WORLD (bk) Dave Clavner- Buckaroos Dave Clavner 33P1M2 0.99 R2 -Shine<br />

TRIO Shirley & Beeman Bros. Lefty Allemande 7E201S 1.05 R1-No Swing H.<br />

TRULY TRULY FAIR Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele 9JW05 1.05 R2 -Ragtime Me<br />

TRULY TRULY FAIR Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele J5W60 1.05 R3- Truly Truly<br />

TULIP SQUARE Cal Golden's Ark. Mt. Boys Jim Brooks 4R808T 1.05 R2 - Cindy<br />

TURKEY IN THE STRAW "Jonesy" Jones 6G6M5 1.05 R2 -Hurry, Hurry<br />

12TH STREET RAG Jerry Jacka Trio Johnny Schultz 59T8R0 1.05 R2 -Open Up Y.<br />

TWO HEAD GENTS CROSS OVER (ni) Folkraft Country Dance Orch. Al Brundage 1K1F00 0.99 R2-Indian File<br />

UPTOWN & DOWNTOWN Sundowners Band Robby Robertson 52N7W4 1.45 R2 - Kansas City<br />

UP TOWN DOWN TOWN (ni) The Pioneers Al Brundage 35K1F0 0.99 R2 Red River<br />

WABASH CANNON BALL Stan James-Valley Boys "Jonesy" Jones 27GOM0 1.05 R2 -Jingle Bells<br />

WABASH CANNONBALL Johnny Balmer Joe Kirch 560R8T 1.05 R3 -Wabash Can<br />

WABASH CANNON BALL (ni) Woodhull's Old Tyme Masters Floyd Woodhull 42K1F0 0.99 R1- Forward All<br />

WAITING FOR THE ROBERT E. LEE Sundowners Band Bruce Johnson ()N147W 1.45 R2 - Yes Sir, That<br />

WALKIN' TO MISSOURI Harry Raby-3-D Valley Boys Cal Golden DH302 1.05 R2- Dallas Doll<br />

WEARING OF THE GREEN Balmer's Grand Canyon Boys Bill Castner 170R8T 1.05 R3 -Wearing of<br />

WHEN PAYDAY ROLLS AROUND Harry Raby-3-D Valley Boys Cal Golden 202DH 1.05 R2 -Lady Be Good<br />

WHEN THE BLOOM IS ON THE SAGE Johnny Balmer Ed Bossing 9R8T50 1.05 R2 -Life on the<br />

WHEN YOU'RE SMILING Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele J5W71 1.05 R3 -When You're<br />

WHEN YOU'RE SMILING<br />

WHY DON'T YOU HAUL OFF<br />

Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele 9J5W1 1.05 R2 - Sheik of<br />

AND HOEDOWN Ramblers Bob Van Antwerp M1B23 1.05 R2 -Just Because<br />

WORKS ALL DONE THIS FALL The Pioneers Al Brundage S1K06 1.05 R3 -Works All<br />

WRECK OF THE "97" Barbour's Calif. Clippers "Jonesy" Jones 02G6M 1.05 R1- Throw in<br />

Y'ALL COME Texas Range Riders Lew Torrance M41B4 1.05 R2- Red River<br />

Y'ALL COME Melody Cowhands Ross Carney 5H1L0 1.05 R3 -Wall Come<br />

Y'ALL COME Sundowners Band Bruce Johnson 1N7W34 1.45 -Honky Hoe<br />

Y'ALL COME Frank Messina "Jonesy" Jones GM207 1,05 R2 - Sai ling<br />

YANKEE DOODLE BOY Armstrong Quadrilles Don Armstrong 824NW7 1.45 R2 -Old Pine<br />

YES SIR, THAT'S MY BABY "Jonesy" Jones GM556 1.05 R2 7 Jessie Polka<br />

YES SIR, THAT'S MY BABY Sundowners Band Bruce Johnson 0N147W 1.45 R2 - The Steam<br />

YOU CALL EVERYBODY DARLING Stan James- Valley Boys "Jonesy" Jones GOOM48 1.05 R2 - Get Along H.<br />

YOU CALL EVERYBODY DARLING Woodshed Four A, Kronenberger 1E1S30 1.05 R2 -Somebody<br />

YOU CALL EVERYBODY DARLING Schroeder's Playboys Mike Michele 1J05W 1.05 R2- Cindy<br />

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