Jerry Copeland 
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Re: “Does Anyone Remember This TV Show?

Okay! I believe I have the answer to this trivia question. It was Captain Bil's. It was hosted by Bill Killebrew and was on every Saturday morning. My father, Russell Copeland, as well as my mother, Mildred, worked at Hart's Bakery from around 1956 to 1976. Mom only worked there for 3 years. I remember being on the show for a taping when I was in 3rd grade. I remember Mr. Killebrew sticking that microphone in my face and asking me, "How much would you charge to cut my yard, young man?" I looked up and quickly retorted, "A loaf of Hart's Bread!". The Hartzogs started Hart's Bread. Mrs. Hartzog passed away just a couple of years ago; I believe she was pushing 100 years old. Hart's Bread is still an icon in many folks memories in Memphis as well as Cape Girardeau. I collect Hart's Bread memorabilia. I have a half dozen old signs, a mirror, etc. I will always be a willing buyer for Hart's Bread items, but not pencils, matchbooks, or clothes. Jerry Copeland, Copeland Estate Sales, Memphis

Posted by Jerry Copeland on 09/02/2013 at 10:42 AM


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