Who's Who at WONN

The following staff worked at the station during the program's run.

Arch Abernethy
Willie Anderson, Sr.
Brad Baad
Linda Baad
Bob Bartel
Marji Bedgood
Tim Bedgood
Bob Berry
Frank Berry
Mike Booker
Jerry Bright
Al Brock
Charlie Brown
Charles Bruce
Garland Burt
Ed Cain
Jim Campbell
Dave Campbell
Brooke Chamberlain
Bert Christopher
Frank Clarke
Larry Cox
Bob Crews
Dave Day
Tom Dell
Larry DeVore
Al Dohany
Jack Eilertsen
Howard Ellis
Ron Fraiser
Bill Francisco
Joe Garagiola
John Gilman
Eddie Glover
Murray Goldsborough
Dick Goleno
Stan Grams
Bob Hailey
Rich Halten
Ron Hart
Charles Hasbrouck
Bob Helmick
Mike Helminski
Cal Hendricks
Don Hiers
Charlie Hilliard
Alex Houston
John Hoy
Jan Hutchens
Dan Huth
Ralph Janotti
Joe Pyne Show
Bob Jones
Robert King
Laurie Krosney
Jay Kuppers
Frank Laseter
Ernie Legge
Mike Lusk
Jim Maloy
Larry Marker
Phyllis Maxwell
Bill McClure
Duane McConnell
Yvonne McDaniel
George McGovern
DuLaurence Miller
Pat Morgan
Skip Paradise
Mike Parrish
June Pastore
Buddy Penn
Jonnie Pinkston
Ed Pyle
Tommy Reynolds
Jay Rich
Roy Riley
Joyce Robbins
Terry Roberts
Dave Ross
Butch Rush
Dan Sanborn
Gene Schlei
Marge Schmidt
Frank Schulte
Bob Shoopman
Pappy Smith
Jerry Smithwick
Smoke House Serenade
Bill Snyder
Dave Sousa
Steve Sparkman
Russ Starner
Jim Stevenson
Vic Swan
Tom Talcott
John Taylor
George Tuttle, Sr
Jacqueline Valentino
Tutt Walker
Phil Wayne
Dick Weaver
Alan Wendt
Dave Wenger
Mark Wheeler
Bob White
Chris Wolf
Bob Wolfe
Shirley Wolfe
Woody Wooden

Florida Citrus Mutual Calling

Florida Citrus Mutual Calling was a weekly public service program produced from 1958 to 1979 by Florida Citrus Mutual. The 15-minute program, cut to five minutes in length by the 1970’s, dealt with issues and news of interest to the organization’s member growers and was hosted by Frank Nesbitt, Tom Osborne, Don Farmer, and Earl Wells during its 21-year run.

Mutual initially taped the shows at Lakeland’s WLAK but eventually purchased its own recording equipment and recorded them at its downtown Lakeland headquarters. The tapes were then mailed to stations in the citrus growing areas of the state which usually aired them on the weekends.

Station History

1958 - 1979 WONN (Featured Program)

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