The Logan County News from Crescent, Oklahoma on February 4, 1954 · 9
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The Logan County News from Crescent, Oklahoma · 9

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Crescent, Oklahoma
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Thursday, February 4, 1954
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COMPLETE NEWS in VIEWS Your FAVORITE TV PROGRAMS OF ALL OKLAHOMA STATIONS LOGAN COUNTY NEWS w v ji -"w - r ii.uv v naaarw-- . - 'j - . MAGAZINE SECTION THURSDAY, HliUl'AKV 4, 1921 W IN New WKY-1 V Cameras Due Color will come to Oklahoma first among independent television stations if equipment now scheduled for arrival at WKY-TV in March meets delivery schedules, station management announced this week. The station said it just received word that cameras and other equipment for color televising will be shipped and installed by RCA engineers in March. According to P. A. Sugg, station manager, WKY-TV had three years ago entered the No. 1 order in the nation for the revolutionary new apparatus. Estimated cost of the equipment that will bring local color telecasts is $500,000.00. it was explained that many stations have made arrangements for color converters on present transmitters at costs ranging around $15,000, but WKY-TV claims to be one of the first Independent stations in the US. that will have equipment to actually televise xilor locally. The efforts to obtain the cam era in Oklahoma City were doubled after the Federal Communication! commission this summer adopted the compatible method of telecasting both color and (Continued on Pace I) ' ,V- s - . " ' ' .T v .', A - . -t; : .- ?-y l - v'-w" i ' : ;-'-.". ',.-' BP - , -Bt- 4 v ..... M v it if- y . - jf . ciJ . If I ..v':'..tl 1. iv:--i-;vvv.. -1 - V "" a - i . i . - i. . - ' i: - . ,.) : "i : pffm V"-- :""-.'a'Vit! & 1 HI i I. i - Kl . . J.I . rh'Uto Awr Trtrajrs the role f Pey McXutley. wife of ft MrS MCNUTI6V MilUnd, CBS Televnion's -Meet Mr. McNuUrjr" at 1 p.i v I . mwiiMiiwj Thursdays Chaanel I (KIVTV). Phyllis, bora in New Ym Phyllis Avery portrays the role of Petty McXutley, wife of Bay B.m. Thursdays Chaanei (KIVTV). Phyllis, bora in New York City, Nov. It, 19S1, la the daughter of a prominent scree) writer. She was graduated from the Amiriraa Academy of Dramatic Arts in 1911 at tha ace of is. Mother of two little f Iris. Prof. Me- Nutley'a TV wife fita aeatly into the rale with the award-wlaaing MUIand, Cm. P" J Jack H'rbb Mars as IMeelive KaL J Jpf rrifl3V Friday la the documentary police-; io )ra(jlleli by ! Jack H'rbb Mars as IMeelive KaL Joe ar il i partner. Frank Smith. The true cases dramatised on 'Oriunel." oaj MM; Itjdiu each Tuesday nisht and nn MH'-TV earh Thursday aUht. are taken from Ijm Anarles Police Department film. This award-winning pracram is aeea locally over WRY-TV (Channel It at I p. at. Mountain Music Gets Continental Touch as Gang Adds Swiss Yodel LEAVE IT TO those hillbillys, "Lexic Lou and Ray" fur being fancy. They may not wear store-bought clothes, but they have their yodels imported from Europe. They're not doing it just to put on airs either, as it sure adds a fancy touch to that mountain music they play on WKY-TV s "Chuck Wagon Gang" show heard weekdays at 5 p.m. Hay got the idea for this Continental touch to mountain, music when he was stationed in the alps nn the Italian-Swiss border duru: the war. I!c liked the Swiss style of yutk-ling so much that he had one of the old Swiss mountaineers leach it to him. He lias a Swiss friend that comes to the states every few years and when he does he teaches Lexic Lou and Ray the new Swiss yodels. I.F.XIE LOU and Ray have I stumped onto a lot of popularity since thi-y came down out ut the mountains with Ix-xie's mandolin and Kay's guitar providing accompaniment for their rural rhythm. Lexic's career started when she beenn singing with her rintcr in her home town of Minot, North Dakota. After her sistrr married she worked as a soloist and was (Continued on race 8) STATEWIDE TELEVISION SCHEDULES FEB. 5 THROUGH FEB. 11

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