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ords, 1957; Won Arthur Godfrey Talent Scouts, 1956. Address: WSM Radio, Nashville, Tennessee.
Kaye, Pete, b. 6/27/18, Chicago, 111.; w. Edith Zaiger; d. Peggy, 12; Joyce, 6. Attended Nathan Hale Schl., Chi­cago, 111., 1924-32; and Lindbloom High Schl., Chicago, 1932-36. Also attended Chicago Conservatory, 1938. Plays accordion, piano, organ, and celeste. Entertain­ment experience: WJR, Detroit, Mich., 1939; WBBM, Chicago, 111., 1946—; WLS National Barn Dance, Chi­cago, 1949-58; WBKB-TV, Chicago, 1958—. With Cap­tain Stubby and Buccaneers, 1949—. Leading song was Beyond the Sunset. Address: WBKB-TV, 190 North State Street, Chicago, Illinois.
Keller, L. D., b. 5/10/08, Buffalo, Mo.; w. Dorothea B. Ben­nett. Attended S.W. Mo. State College, Springfield, Mo. Entertainment experience: M. C. Work, Springfield, Mo., 1940—; Square dance caller and instructor, 1948—; Ju­bilee, U.S.A., ABC-TV, 1955—. Made square dance al­bum with Tommy Jackson, Dot Records, 1959. Is post office clerk, Springfield, Mo.; and owns and operates 3 farms near Springfield, Mo. Address: Box 83, Spring­field, Missouri.
Kerr, Anita, b. Memphis, Tenn.; h. Al Kerr. Entertainment experience: WREC, Memphis, Tenn.; WSM, Nashville, Tenn.; Arthur Godfrey Talent Scouts, CBS-TV; Jubilee, U.S.A., ABC-TV, 1960. Leader of Anita Kerr Singers, 8 voices; and Anita Kerr Quartet, 1956. Quartet com­posed of: Anita Kerr; Gil Wright, tenor, 1949; Dottie Dillard, alto, 1955; Louis Nunley, baritone. Anita Kerr Singers and Quartet have sung on records of many singers, including: Red Foley, Jimmy Davis; Jim Reeves; The Browns; etc. Their Decca records include: Rockin' Chair; Once in a While; You and the Night and Music. Decca album: Voices in Hi-Fi. Won Arthur Godfrey Talent Scouts, 1956 Address: 804 16th Avenue, South, Nashville, Tennessee.
Kilgore, Wyatt Merle, b. 8/9/34, Chickasha, Okla.; w. Doro­thy Lee Salley; d. Pamela Ann, 5; s. Stephen Merle, 3; Kimberly Lynn, 2; Johnny Gale (deceased). Schools attended: Creswell Grammar, Shreveport, La., 1941-8; Byrd High Schl., Shreveport, 1948-52; and La. Tech,
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