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Rag, 1952; Blue Man's Blues; etc. Co-writer of: San An­tonio Rose, 1940. Movies: Tex Ritter movie, Republic, 1940; Russell Hayden Series, 1942—; 8 westerns; Go West Young Lady, Columbia, 1941. Business enter­prises: Cimarron Ballroom, Tulsa, Okla.; KAMO, Inc., Rogers, Ark. Address: 221 West 4th Street, Tulsa, Okla­homa.
McClintock, Harry Kirby, b. 10/8/82, Knoxville, Tenn.; mar­ried; 1 daughter. In medicine shows; worked on boats; railroad brakeman; civil service. Entertainment ex­perience: KFRC, San Francisco, Calif., 1925; movies; TV and Radio, San Pedro, Calif.; etc. RCA records in­clude: Red River Valley; Jesse James; Sam Bass; Chis-holm Trail; When the Work's All Done This Fall; etc. In 2 Gene Autry movies, Republic, 1938; and in serials, Universal. Died 4/24/57.
McDonald, Enos William "Skeets," b. Rector, Ark.; w. Jo. Entertainment experience: WEXL, Royal Oak, Mich., 1937; WFDF, Flint, Mich.; WCAR, Pontiac, Mich.; KXLA Hometown Jamboree, Pasadena, Calif. Former member of Lonesome Cowboys. Capitol Records. Al­bum: Goin* Steady with the Blues. Songs recorded: Goin* Steady with the Blues; Gone and Left Me Blues; Yard and a Half of Blues; You're There; Hawaiian Sea Breeze; Tomorrow Never Comes; Blues in My Mind; My Room Is Crowded; I'll Sail My Ship Alone; Lost Highway; I'm Sorry Now; Fort Worth Jail; Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes; Scoot, Sit, and Begone; Blues Is Bad News; I'm Hurtin'; Riding with the Blues; etc. Writer of: I'm Hurting; Bless Your Little OV Heart; Y Big Family Trouble; Baby Brown Eyes; etc. Address: Los Angeles, California.
McGee, Sam Fleming, b. 5/1/94, Franklin, Tenn.; w. Mary Elizabeth Pate; s. James Mabron, 37; William Seabas-tion, 34; David Clifton Reese, 25. Attended Harpeth Elem. Schl., Franklin, Tenn., 1901-9. Was blacksmith, farmer, etc. Plays guitar, banjo, etc. Entertainment experience: Lowe Temple Theatre, Birmingham, Ala., 1924; WSM Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tenn., 1926—; WNOX Radio, Knoxville, Tenn., 1945; Toured U. S. with Arthur Smith; Kirk McGee; Roy Acuff; Uncle Dave