"Easter Show"
Host: Ralna English
Ralna English hosts the annual "Easter" show, surrounded by flowers, plants and 'evergreen' entertainment. Guy and Ralna swing into "Do Lord" on the 1980 program and in a host segment, Ralna sings one of her newly recorded favorite hymns, "Mary Did You Know." "Easter Parade" opens the show, Ava Barber sings "A Tisket, A Tasket," Mary Lou and Jack "Tiptoe Through the Tulips" and Norma Zimmer sings "The Old Rugged Cross."

EASTER           Host:  Ralna English           Apr. 5, 1980

1 Easter Parade - orchestra intro., Joe, Roger, David, Ken, Guy, Jimmy, Tom, Kathie, Ralna, Gail, Anacani, Sheila, Sherry, Mary Lou

2 Peace in the Valley - Jim Turner, also on guitar

3 It Might As Well Be Spring - orchestra

4 The Old Rugged Cross - Norma Zimmer

5 Do, Lord - Guy Hovis and Ralna English

6 Put On Your Sunday Clothes - sung and danced by Bobby Burgess and Elaine Niverson, with Anacani, Jimmy, Gail, Jim, Mary Lou, Ken

7 Rise Again - Tom Netherton

8 Put a Little Love in Your Heart - The Aldridge Sisters and the Otwell Twins

9 Garden in the Rain - Joe Feeney, with Bob Ralston at the organ

10 The Happy Yodler Polka - Myron Floren and Joey Schmidt on accordions

11 Holiday for Strings - orchestra, featuring the string section

12 April Showers - Ken Delo

13 Tip-toe Through the Tulips - sung and danced by Jack Imel and Mary Lou Metzger

14 My Favorite Things - Kathie Sullivan

15 Here Comes Peter Cottontail - Anacani, with Ken Delo as the Easter Bunny

16 My Tribute - Johnny Zell on trumpet

17 A Tisket, A Tasket - Ava Barber

18 Put On Your Old Gray Bonnet - danced by Arthur Duncan

19 God So Loved the World/ Alleluia - Kathie, Gail, Ralna, Anacani, Sherry, Sheila, Mary Lou, Norma, Sandi, Ava, Jimmy, Guy, Roger, Joe, Bob Lido, Jim, David, Curt, Larry, Dick, Tom, with the trumpet and trombone sections and Bob Ralston at the organ