By KEN KOELSCH
We got our first television in the late 1950s on our family farm. After the evening chores were done, the family would gather by the TV instead of listening to the radio.
We could get reception from just two distant TV stations so, if anyone wanted to change channels, one of the kids was designated to go outside and move the antenna until the picture and sound became clear.
“Dragnet” with its main character, Sergeant Joe Friday, was a family favorite. The…
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