"Grand Marquee" is a series I'd never heard of before getting a line check lacquer of one of the shows in the series. It sounds like an anthology series directed at women and the show originated in Chicago.
From January 23, 1947 broadcast on NBC, we hear Olan Soule, Beryl Vaughn and announcer Kleve Kirby in "Love is a Better Word", a comedy about a young woman who is surprised to find a stranger at her door who asks her to marry him. (You might recall Beryl Vaughn from another series on the blog, "Choose a Song Partner".) The program is sponsored by Rayve Shampoo and Yankee Clover Toilet Water and Perfume.
And a bit of trivia about Beryl Vaughn - she was a featured player on radio's "Sky King". Oh, and her husband might sound familiar - Ken Nordine.
The show was transferred from an original line check lacquer transcription set from an unknown NBC station. The recording includes the NBC id and chimes, but no system cue