Friendly Dolph Hewitt, "the boy from the hills of Pennsylvania", first
learned that it's fun to entertain when he played fiddle at square dances around
West Finley, Pa. He tried singing on radio and found that folks liked him. Dolph's
wife was formerly Ruth Johnson of Grand Ledge, Mich., member of a sister radio
team. They were in St. Louis radio together and married in Cleveland after Dolph
said googbye to the World War II Marines.