Hello Huntsville – Do you remember Harry?

Dale, who hears us from WLRH , writes….

“I love your show.  I listened on WPLN for several years, until WLRH began carrying you.  I have some puzzle suggestions for you. 

The attached file is a scan of a book that is famous at WLRH.  Beginning in 1987, Judy and Harry Watters began THE Saturday morning radio staple in Huntsville.  They hosted a two-hour radio show…right after Weekend Edition Saturday, and right before Whad’ Ya Know…called Sundial.  Judy was a WLRH staffer, and Harry was an engineer, of which there is an over supply in Huntsville.  It was a wonderful mix of music, stories, and Harry’s Word Trails.  He would read them, and listeners would call-in to answer them.  The prize in the early years was a WLRH T-shirts, and I still have mine.  Later on, the prizes included this book.

Judy was a founding WLRH staffer who only recently retired.  Harry died in 2002 after a battle with cancer.  Their two sons, Ken and Harry, world renowned musicians.”


To check out the book, click the link below (Make sure to rotate the .pdf file 180 degrees so it isn’t upside down!)

Harry Watters Little Book of Word Trails

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