Walla Walla did not have a TV station, but we did have stations from Tri Cities and Spokane. Eventually with the advent of Cable, we were able to get Seattle and Vancouver, BC. One of the more memorable children shows was Uncle Jimmy's Clubhouse. We saw it on KEPR, out of Pasco. It actually originated from KIMA in Yakima. Children would appear on the show on or near their birthday. If a child was not able to be on the show their name would be read from the birthday book. Sponsored by Darigold, a regional milk distributor, one lucky child got to drive a miniature milk truck. Uncle Jimmy was Jimmy Nolan, a WSU grad who had worked at KUJ in Walla Walla in 1940. He would host the show, as well as do news at the station from mid 1950s to the late 70s.