"A County Fair Show"
Host: Rose Weiss
ORIGINAL AIR DATE: September 2, 1967

Welk Musical Family costume designer, Rose Weiss, hosts this week's program,
"A County Fair Show", a show that presented her with many costuming
challenges. The show opens with "Cotton Candy and a Toy Balloon" with
the entire cast in special outfits, as carnival performers, workers and crowd
members. Larry Hooper sings "Ding Dong Daddy" in a wild plaid suit and
yellow boots, with Jo Ann Castle as a Bearded Lady in a sequined gown.

01 - Cotton Candy and a Toy Balloon - Bobby, Cissy, Lynn, Jimmy, Bob Lido, Steve,
       Natalie, Dick Dale, Jo Ann, Janet, Kathy, Dee Dee, Peggy, Joe, Larry, Arthur,
       Jack, Bob Ralston, Aladdin, Charlie, Dick Cathcart

02 - Galloping Comedians - Myron Floren on accordion

03 - Something Stupid - The Lennon Sisters

04 - Back in the Old Routine - orchestra

05 - Martha - Jimmy Roberts

06 - The Pennsylvania Polka - danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King

07 - These Boots Are Made for Walkin' - Lynn Anderson with guitarists
        Neil Levang & Buddy Merrill

08 - Merry Go Round Music - Bob Ralston at the organ

09 - Ding Dong Daddy from Dumas - Larry Hooper

10 - I've Told Every Little Star - Natalie Nevins

11 - Anything You Can Do (I Can Do Better) - Jack Imel and Jo Ann Castle

12 - The Loveliest Night of the Year - Joe Feeney

13 - Tiger Rag - danced by Arthur Duncan

14 - My Evaline - Larry Hooper, Steve Smith, Charlie Parlato, Curt Ramsey

15 - Lassus Trombone - the trombone section

16 - Frankfurter Sandwiches - Peggy Lennon

17 - Wild Dog - Joe Livoti on violin with Neil Levang on guitar

18 - Just Lucky I Guess - Bob Lido

19 - Bring Back the Old Hurdy Gurdy - Jo Ann Castle at the honky tonk piano

20 - There's Something About a Hometown Band - Aladdin with entire orchestra
        and cast of performers