So, how are you going keep 'em down on the farm?
One thing for sure is have them watch this week's Welk episode!
Highlights include the following.....
Cissy and Bobby doing it for kicks.....
We get to watch for the first time the long lost pilot episode of Dancing With The Stars....
.....and Lawrence welcomes the Democratic National Committee to town.
DOWN ON THE FARM - February 17, 1973
1. HOW ARE YOU GONNA KEEP 'EM DOWN ON THE FARM? - Ken, Jack, Bobby, Mary Lou, Guy, Ralna, Gail, Joe, Buddy, Sandi and Dick
2. SUDDENLY THERE'S A VALLEY - Norma Zimmer
3. ROSE GARDEN - the orchestra featuring Bob Smale on piano, Henry Cuesta on clarinet, Neil Levang on guitar and Russ Klein on saxophone
4. COTTON FIELDS - Guy Hovis and Ralna English
5. HONEYCOMB - Sandi Griffiths, Gail Farrell and Mary Lou Metzger
6. PEACE IN THE VALLEY - Bob Ralston on the Thomas organ
7. GRAZING IN GREENER PASTURES - Clay Hart
8. RANCHO ALLEGRE - Anacani with Neil Levang on guitar and Johnny Klein on walnuts
9. TURKEY IN THE STRAW - danced by Cissy King and Bobby Burgess
10. OH WHAT A BEAUTIFUL MORNING - Joe Feeney with Myron Floren on accordion
11. THE SURREY WITH THE FRINGE ON TOP - Ken Delo
12. BY HECK - Henry Cuesta on clarinet
13. SOMEWHERE OVER THE RAINBOW - Tanya Falan
14. PUT YOUR LITTLE FOOT RIGHT HERE - danced by Lawrence, Cissy, Bobby, Mary Lou, Ken, Ralna, Guy, Gail, Dick and Norma
15. SHINE ON HARVEST MOON - Jimmy Roberts
16. IN THE SHADE OF THE OLD APPLE TREE - danced by Arthur Duncan
17. MOUNTAIN MUSIC - Bob Lido and his Hotsy Totsy Boys of Myron Floren on accordion, Richard Maloof on tuba, Charlie Parlato on piccolo trumpet, Russ Klein on soprano saxophone, Bob Havens on trombone, Johnny Klein on drums and Buddy Merrill on banjo and starring Bobby Burgess and Jack Imel as the donkey
18. OH SHENANDOAH - Dick Dale
19. OLD MacDONALD HAD A FARM - Bob Lido with Ralna English, Guy Hovis, Dick Dale, Gail Farrell and Mary Lou Metzger
As you can tell, life on the farm can bring the animal out of anyone....
Maybe that's one way of keep them down on the farm.
Oh well, until next time....keep a song in your heart and always watch your step when you're out in the pasture!