9881 ~ Spring
9882 ~ Jump And Twist
Sterling Records #268
Quite surprising but, yes, this is on the same song-poem Sterling label owned by music veteran Lew Tobin in Boston, Mass.
Lew Tobin had operated Five Star Music Masters since the early forties and Sterling Records since 1954. The earliest record on Sterling I was able to find is #103, "His Final Address" sung by Roy Jones with Lew Tobin's orchestra. "This tribute to Hank Williams is both late and unimpressive" simply wrote the Billboard reviewer (Billboard, February 27, 1954). Hank Williams, incidentally also recorded on Sterling Records, obviously a different label (out of New-York).
Lew Tobin and Sterling Records were still active as late as 2002 : that year, in September, they recorded "America's Song" a poem written by Blanche Shipley (1914-2002), a retired teacher, who pieced and tied many quilts after her retirement.