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Recalling the Big Band Era.
The Orchestra performs Woody Herman's "Woodchopper's Ball".
Clarinetist Peanuts Hucko performs Benny Goodman's "Let's Dance".
Guy Hovis and Ralna English perform Les Brown's "Sentimental Journey".
Norma Zimmer sings Paul Whiteman's "When Day is Done".
Lawrence Welk and Cissy King perform Wayne King's "The Waltz You Saved For Me".
Ken Delo performs Rudy Vallee's "My Time Is Your Time".
A tribute to small-town America.
The Music Makers get scary for a Halloween celebration.
The band plays "When the Saints Go Marching In", "Nola" and "Wreck of the Old '97".
Sandi and Salli duet with "Me and My Shadow".
Dancers Bobby Burgess and Cissy King step out to "Satin Takes a Holiday".
A musical salute to Dixie.
Sandi & Salli duet on "Southtown, U.S.A.".
Peanuts Hucko performs "St. Louis Blues".
Buddy Merrill performs "Panhandle Rag".
Hotsy Totsy Boys perform "Deep in the Heart of Texas".
Lawrence Welk salutes the Football Season.
Included are "The Notre Dame Fight Song", "The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi" and "You Gotta Be a Football Hero".
Other songs "Gentle on My Mind", "Just a Closer Walk", "I'll Never Fall in Love Again" and "Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows".
Dancers Bobby Burgess and Cissy King step out to "Stand to the Rear".
16-year-old trumpeter David Joy returns in the finale hailing football.
No theme, just music.
Norma Zimmer sings "The Sound of Music".
Bobby Burgess & Cissy King dance the "Tarantella".
Joe Feeney performs "Climb Every Mountain".
Clay Hart performs "Let It Be Me".
Myron Floren performs "Tzena, Tzena".
Tanya Falan sings "Put On A Happy Face".
The Roaring 20's is featured this week as the Music Makers theme.
Peanuts Hucko joins the Music Makers as a regular.
Sandi & Salli sing "Snow Bird".
Guy Hovis & Ralna English duet on "All I Have to Do Is Dream".
Joe Feeney does "Rose of Tralee".
Ken Delo performs "Scarlet Ribbons".
Tanya Falan sings "It Had to Be You".
September steps into the spotlight on this hour of melody.
Other songs are "Early in the Morning", "School Days", "Buddy's People" and a medley of tunes from "Showboat".
Norma Zimmer sings "September Song"
Tanya Falan does "September in the Rain".
The sounds of Big Bands of Yesteryear are featured as The Lawrence Welk Show opens the 1970-1971 season.
Singer Paul Fresque, a recent Welk discovery sings "Shadow of Your Smile" and "Love Me With All Your Heart".
Accordionist Myron Floren plays "Spanish Eyes".
Guy Hovis and Ralna English present "Love of the Common People"
Bob Lido and the Hotsy Totsy Boys do "Baby Face"
and Tanya Falan offers "If You Go Away".