Name The Baby Contest. The day begins at the Water Commissioner’s office. Gildy is visited by a man who has an insurance policy for the baby. A policy provided courtesy of the Jolly Boys Club. Suddenly, Gildersleeves realizes that the baby has no name. With such an important task at hand, he wants the involvement of the rest of the family.
Ideas are brainstormed from family albums, the phone directory, movie stars, even zodiac signs. Nothing seems forthcoming. Gildersleeves stops in at Peavey’s in hopes of some inspiration. Peavey is a little preoccupied, so he heads off to Floyd’s barber shop for more inspiration of names for the baby. The Jolly Boys can’t come up with a name, but they manage a few bars of singing.
The sponsor announces the Name the Baby Contest, with prizes including cash, and automobiles. Drawings in the contests are to take place every week.
Note: Wow, another contest with prizes to give away. Sorry, I can’t come through with any of those 1949 automobiles, but if I get enough exersize on my PayPal Tip Jar, I might be tempted to offer something. So, here’s my Tip Jar button, donate early, and donate often. No amount will be considered too large.
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