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derful Savior; After Awhile; Joshua Led God's Chil­dren; Hide Me, Rock of Ages; There's Glory on the Win­ing Side; I Know My Savior Cares; All God's Children Gonna Rise and Shine; Blessed Light, Shine On. Al­bums: Favorite Country Hymns; Gospel Gems; Hymns of the Hills; Joy to the World; Let's All Praise the Lord; Sacred Songs; Prayers in Songs; The Chuck Wagon Gang. Award: Gold record commemorating 20th an­niversary with Columbia Records. Address: WBAP Radio, Ft. Worth, Texas.
Cline, Patsy (Virginia Hensley); married; 1 child; b. Win­chester, Va. Entertainment experience: Radio, Win­chester, Va., with Bill Peer and Melody Boys; Radio and TV, Washington, D.C.; Arthur Godfrey Show, CBS Ra­dio and TV, N. Y. C; Jubilee, U. S. A., ABC-TV; and WSM Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tenn. Recorded for Coral and Decca Records. Songs recorded: Walking After Midnight; Then You'll Know; Three Cigarettes; That Wonderful Someone; Hungry for Love; Finger­prints; Today, Tomorrow, and Forever; Try Again; Stop, Look, and Listen; I've Loved and Lost Again; I Can't Forget; A Church, a Courtroom, and Goodbye. Address: WSM Radio, Nashville, Tennessee.
Clifton, Bill, b. 4/5/31, Riverwood, Md. Schools attended: St. Paul's School, Concord, N. H., 1944-7; Adirondack School, Coconut Grove, Fla., 1947-9; Univ. of Va., Char­lottesville, Va., 1949-54 (B.A. Degree, 1954); and Grad­uate School of Business Administration, Univ. of Va., 1957-9, (M.A. Degree, 1959). Previous work: Restau­rant; taxi; sales and promotion. Plays guitar. Enter­tainment experience: WINA, Charlottesville, Va., 1949; WBLT, Charlottesville; WMBG, Bedford, Va.; WCOD, Richmond, Va.; WBAL and WBMD, Baltimore, Md.; WXGI, Richmond, Va.; and WWVA Jamboree, Wheel­ing, W. Va., 1953-4. Recorded for Kapp, Blue Ridge, Mercury, and Starday Records. Songs recorded: Flower Blooming in the Wildwood, 1955; Burglarman, 1955; All the Good Times, 1955 and 58; Wake Up Susan, 1955 and 58; Flowers from the Hillside, 1957 and 59; Take Back the Heart, 1957 and 59; Little White Washed Chim­ney, 1957; Pal of Yesterday, 1957; Mary Dear, 1957;
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