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Fm Coming Home; I Dreamed I Searched Heaven for You; Not My Will; Stop and Pray; Lead Me, Guide Me; Mansion Can't Be Bought; Suppertime; The Heaven of Rest; How Great Thou Art; Take My Hand Precious Lord; Through This World I Sadly Roam; Some of These Days; There's a Rainbow over My Head; I Am Thine Forever; I Thank My Savior for It All; I Leave It All Behind; Listen to the Bells; I Love Thee Lord; I'm Gonna Settle Down in Glory; Riding Home to Glory; Way Down Deep in My Soul; and Marching Home to Glory. Appeared on All-Nite Sings throughout the U.S. Address: WSPA-TV, Spartanburg, S. C.
Bond, Johnny, b. June 1; w. Dorothy Mercer; d. Sherry, 18; Jeannie, 14; and Susan, 3. Schools: Marietta High Sch., Marietta, Okla., 1930-4; and Okla. Univ., Norman, Okla., 1937-8. Plays guitar. Entertainment experience: Radio, Okla. City, Okla., 1934; Jimmy Wakely Trio, CBS, 1937-40; WLS National Barn Dance, Chicago, 111.; Gene Au-try's Melody Ranch, 1940-54; Hollywood Barn Dance, 1943-7; Town Hall Party, Compton, Calif., 1953—; Jimmy Wakely Show; Spade Cooley Show; Hayloft Hoedown. On Columbia Records from 1940 to 1954. Songs re­corded: Carolina Waltz; Cherokee Waltz; Everybody Knew the Truth But Me; Glad Rags; I Lose Again; Jim, Johnny, and Jonas; Wildcat Boogie; La. Swing; Let Me Go Devil; They Got Me; Somebody's Pushin'; Loaded for a Bear; Remember the Alamo; Living It Up; Six of One, Half-a-Dozen of the Other; Ten Little Bottles; and Cimarron. Writer of over 300 songs including: Jim, Johnny, and Jonas; Cimarron; Tomorrow Never Comes; Gone and Left Me Blues; I Wonder Where You Are To­night; and Glad Rags. Movies: Kansas City Kitty; Gallant Bess; Duel in the Sun; Six Lessons; Wilson; Cowboy Commandos; TV Ranch Party; The Old Ameri­can Barn Dance; plus others with Gene Autry, Roy Rogers; Hopalong Cassidy, Johnny Mack Brown, Tex Ritter, etc. Business Enterprises: Red River Songs, Inc., and Vidor Publications, Hollywood, Calif. Address: 5927 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, California.
Bowes, Margie, b. 3/18/41, Roxboro, N. C. Graduated from Bethel Hill High School, Roxboro, N. C, 1959. Enter-
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