Lou Crosby announces the show, and Gene opens with a song, I Hate to Say Goodbye to the Prairie.
Gene and Lou pitch the sponsor, Wriggley’s gum, then Gene sings, Every Little Breeze.
In the bunkhouse, Donnie is having trouble in being allowed to read his poem. He finally gets past the teasing to read his poem about the 4th of July. The Cass County Boys all pitch in to sing, I’m Blazing the Trail to My Home.
Gene sings that favorite on the Hit Parade, Come Sit By My Side.
The Devil’s Saint was a firey bucking horse, and Gene tells about his encounter with Skyball Paint at a rodeo. Competition is stiff at the Carterville rodeo. It’s down to Gene’s ride on the bucking bronco. Who’ll be walking away with the trophy for the ranch? The luck of the draw wins him #13, Skyball Paint. Jim buys the horse for his ranch, and all the cow hands have a go at trying to stay on the bronco. Will the horse ever be tamed?
Gene closes with a song, Goodnight Little Girl of My Dreams.