Gene opens with, Out on the Texas Plain. He follows it with, My Best to You.
In the bunkhouse, Pat Buttram shares some of his superstitions. Zodiac signs, numbers, and his take on spooning under the moonlight.
The Cass County Boys, and the Blue Jeans sing an oldie, Glow Worm.
One of Gene’s favorite yarns is spun. His friend Jim has a Deusie of a problem. A rash of hold ups has him up in arms, but he has a good idea of where the next robbery will be. The stolen goods are found with a boy, Mike Carter. Gene sees good in the boy, but will his experiment in giving the juvenile responsibility work out? Or ewill it backfire on him?
Gene sings, Rest at the End of the Trail.