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Davis, Gail, b. Little Rock, Ark.; daughter, 9. Attended Harcum Jr. College, Bryn Mawr, Pa.; and Univ. of Texas, Austin. Appears with Gene Autry Western Va­riety Show throughout U. S. Recorded: I'm a Female Thru and Thru Tomboy, Columbia Records. Movies: The Romance of Rosy Ridge, 1946; If You Knew Susie, RKO; Far Frontier, Republic, 1949; Cow Town; etc. TV series, Annie Oakley. Address: Studio City, Cali­fornia.
Davis, Jimmie H., b. Sept., 1902, Beech Springs, La.; w. Al-vern Adams; s. Jim, 15. Schools attended: Beech Spring High Schl.; La. College, Pineville, La. (B.A. Degree); and La. State Univ., Baton Rouge, La. (M.A. Degree). Previous work: History Professor, Dodd College; Public Service Commissioner, Vh years; Criminal Court Clerk, Shreveport, La.; Governor of La., Baton Rouge, 1944-8, and 1960-(64). Sang at KWKH, Shreveport, La.; Toured U. S. as country singer and gospel singer. Recorded for RCA and Decca Records. Albums: The Door Is Al­ways Open; Supper time; Hail Him with a Song; You Are My Sunshine; Near the Cross; etc. Songs recorded: You Are My Sunshine; When We All Get Together Up There; Lord I'm Coming Home; The Great Milky Way; Nobody's Darlin'; I've Been Changed; Back in the Fold Again; Honey in the Rock; Sweet Mystery; Cool, Chilly, Water; I Cannot Find the Way Alone; The Unclouded Day; Every Hour and Every Day; There's Evil in These Children; Get On Board, Aunt Susan; Would You; I Want Her Tailor Made; Alimony Blues; You've Been Tom Cattin' Around; I Don't Care What the World May Do; Somewhere There's a Friend; Suppertime; Take My Hand Precious Lord; By and By; The Lord Has Been Good to Me; I'm Bound for that City; I'm Too Close to Heaven to Turn Around; Lest I Stray; It Makes No Difference Now; Worried Mind; How Great Thou Art; The Secret Road; I'm Bound for that King­dom; I Won't Have to Travel this Valley Alone; Some­one to Care; I Won't Have to Cross Jordan Alone; When I Prayed Last Night; When They Ring Those Golden Bells; Mansion Over the Hilltop; There's a Chill on the Hill Tonight; There's a New Moon Over My Shoulder;
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