|Once upon a time,
a blue-eyed girl came to sing at WLS. Her name was Eva Overstake, and sometimes
they called her Little Eva. When she sang with her two sisters, she always took
the yodel parts, and she always had a happy smile when she sang the high notes.
One day there came from the Kentucky hills a tall, red-headed soft-spoken Southerner.
His name was Clyde Julian Foley, but because of his red hair, they called him
"Red". He played the guitar and was at his best singing about moonlight
So it came to pass---but why waste words? Eva Overstake and "Red" were
early last summer. It was a surprise to all of us, as it will be to you. We take
this opportunity to offer felicitations and best wishes, and we know we speak
also for you.