Note: This program may be offensive to some listeners due to racial stereotyping themes.
Our surreal quarter hour of gospel music, yodeling, Blackface comedy and laxative commercials returns with another episode of "Southland Echoes". The series was syndicated circa 1949 by the Nelson Chesman Company of Chattanooga, Tennessee and sponsored by Black Draught Laxative and Cardui for Women.
In program 49-18, the Homeland Harmony Quartet sing "Wayside Wells" and "I'm Gonna Cling to the Cross 'Till I Die" and the Jones Sisters give us "I Hate to See You Go" and "My Mother's Watlz". Blackface comedians Jam-up and Honey perform a routine that compares math to marriage.