Hurley, R. V.; Clark, J. W.; Blodau, Violet V. / County and home agents' report--1942 [Dane County, Wisconsin]
Radio, p. 23 PDF (335.1 KB)
,,. . Ih OcuatY A6QitsI Office Is responsible for gettlig inor- MAtIe to rural people. Sometime It Is necessary to reach larg am- bars of People qUck.ys to this eM, we use oircular letters d naws stories, bat 0ne of the quickest and most officient methods ot reahing out into car rural aomas is tho radio broadcast. We put ona regular rogram over Station V I 3 A oach Wednesday, at l1s45. F.or poople ore notified of these progrms In advance and from letters received and coments made, we are certain that wo here been uccessful In roaching a largo andionoo. SabJocts presonted on the rogular wookly broadcast cover a wido range. Hero are Just a few of the topics discussed during the past year: 4-. Club Nombers Soloot Tiotory ProJet: Not 8Slooess Bt Loes Suagr Wht 8hall We Do With BSboans and foram 1hatts a Oe6& 3xV In PMM& mA lAM 7ar 8hOn Shortgg in 1942; Nm Ftrom Meg Fa VW yront. A monthly broadcast proosnted by file women activo in rural affairs has boon an especially interesting foature and dosorves special mention. The woman who have so generously donated their time and effort to this featuro are Mrs. C. Howard KIng; Mrs. Isabel McCarthy; Mrs. George Mitahell; Xrs. John Langor; and Mrs. Cornelius Sorenson. In addition to our regalarly scheduled broadcasts, we hare alwqto rooeerid courteous consideration from the Madison radio stations which have broadcast many announooments and spot news items for us upon requoest.
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