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Mo., 1937-45; and Pleasant Hope High Sch., Pleasant Hope, Mo., 1945-9. Previous work: truck driver; ware­house; and farm. Plays guitar. Entertainment experi­ence: KGBX, Springfield, Mo., 1951-2; KSJB and KCJB-TV, Jamestown, N. Dak., 1952-3; WWVA Jamboree, Wheeling, W. Va, 1953-5; KWTO, Springfield, Mo., 1955—; Jubilee, U. S. A., ABC-TV, 1955—. Played with Johnny Howard and Western Rhythm Kings, 1951-2; Virgil Cobia and Red River Russlers, 1952-3; Dusty Owens Show, 1953-55; and with Harold Morrison, 1955—. Songs recorded on Cullman Records: Dodge City and Tomorrow 111 Hang Out My Tears, 1959. Address: Jubi­lee, U. S. A., Jewel Theatre, Springfield, Missouri.
George, Evelyn Cleo, b. 5/24/18, Nara Visa, N. Mex.; h. John Maunay George; d. Carmelita, 14. Attended school at Portales, N. Mex., -1932. Sang in church at 4 years of age. Plays guitar and piano. Entertainment experi­ence: KENM, Portales, N. Mex., 1950-6; KCLV, Clovis, N. Mex., 1956-7; KICA, Clovis, 1953—; KICA-TV, Clovis, 1958-9; KGGM-TV, Albuquerque, N. Mex., 1954; KOB-TV, Albuquerque, 1954. Maunay records include: I Wonder Who's Missing Who Now, 1949; Goodbye, My Darling, 1949; Your Love Is Worth More Than Money to Me, 1949; I'll Have Another's Name, 1949; When I Take My Vacation in Heaven, 1951; Why Should I Love You So, 1951; White Christmas, 1952; Blue Christmas, 1952. Most popular song was I Wonder Who's Missing Who Now. Co-writer of: I Wonder Who's Missing Who Now, 1949; Goodbye, My Darling, 1949; Your Love Is Worth More Than Money to Me, 1949; Why Should I Love You So, 1949. Music teacher in Portales, N. Mex. Address: 410 North Avenue, B, Portales, New Mexico.
Gibson, Don, b. 1928, Shelby, N. C, married; d. Scarlet. Plays guitar. Entertainment experience: WHOS, Shel­by, N. C, 1950; WNOX Mid-day Merry-Go-Round and Tenn. Barn Dance, Knoxville, Tenn., 1953; WBIR-TV, Knoxville, Tenn.; WSM Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tenn., 1958. Recorded for MGM and RCA Records. Albums: That Gibson Boy; Oh Lonesome Me; No One Stands Alone; Songs by Don Gibson; etc. Songs re­corded: Giving Myself a Party; Blue, Blue Day; I

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