From the October 27th 1940 edition of the Fresno Bee The Republican:
Murray And Baker Appear
Ken Murray, radio comedian, and Kenny Baker, popular network vocalist will be starred in three special programs to be broadcast at 6:15 P.M. Tuesday, 8:45 A.M. Thursday and 9 P.M. Friday under the sponsorship of the United Drug Company.
In addition to the comedian and singer, the programs will include the music of David Breekman's Orchestra and the voices of Jimmy Wallington and Harlow Wilcox. The programs are titled Rexall Parade Of Stars.
Murray and Baker will engage in comedy dialog. Wallington will serve as master of ceremonies, and Wilcox will present the commercial announcements. Baker will sing currently popular songs on each program.
From the November 22nd 1941 edition of the Panama City News-Herald:
Childs' Cut-Rate Drug store is to present Rexall's "Parade of Stars," the new fall series of radio programs, over station WDLP, beginning Sunday, November 2nd, at 12:45 p.m., and followed at this same time on Tuesday, November 4th, Thursday, November 6th, and Saturday, November 8th.
Rexall's "Parade of Stars" is worthy of more than passing attention, quarter-hour, comedy-laden revues boast soe of Hollywood's and radio's finest talent. Among the headliners on the show, are Meredith Willson and his orchestra of 22 pieces. A musician, composer and distinct radio personality, Willson has achieved national prominence for his fine handling of the musical end of many of the best network shows, the latest being the Fannie Brice program. This summer he was featured guest conductor on the Ford Summer Hour and also contributed a first-ranking number to the Hit Parade--"You and I."
Kenny Baker, one of America's favorite singing stars. Two seasons on the Jack Benny program made Kenny Baker not only a popular tenor, it also produced a comedian to be reckoned with. Seasons with Fred Allen and in pictures have enhanced that popularity. Kenny baker brings both his voice and his comic ability to these Rexall Revues.
Ken Murray: vaudeville, radio and Hollywood all rate Ken Murray as a top-notch comedian. With his unique style and sure touch, no laughs escape this famous and fast working laugh-smith.
Harlow Wilcox: well-known and well-liked as the personable announcer of the Fibber McGee and Molly show. Harlow Wilcox serves in a similar capacity on Rexall's "Parade of Stars," at the same time doing his part to emcee the program and appear as the famous Rexall Man.