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ing Department, 1958. Address: 7 Marshall Street, Pied­mont, South Carolina.
Moore, Edgar Augustine "Bud," b. 9/22/18, High St., Clear­field, Pa.; w. Carolyn Frances Marcella "Carrie Moore"; d. Carol, 14; Anne, 4; Peggy, 3; s. Barry, 11; Edgar, 13; Robert, 12; James, 10; John, 8; Tom, 7; William, 6; Joe, 5; Mike, 2; Patrick, 1. Schools attended: St. Francis Grade and High Schools, Clearfield, Pa., 1924-35; Post graduate work, high school, St. Francis High Schl., 1936-8; Post graduate work, Clearfield High Schl., 1936-7; Correspondence, business, American Tech Society, 1936-7. Worked as plasterer. Plays tenor banjo. Entertain­ment experience: Bud Moore's Hillsdale Hillbillies, Clearfield, Pa., 1935—; WCED, Dubois, Pa., 1941-8; WCPA, Clearfield, Pa., 1948-50; WKBW, Buffalo, N. Y, 1950; Radio Park and WMAT, State College, Pa., 1948-9; Alaho Park, Big Run, Pa., 1946-7; WPME, Punxy, Pa., 1953-4; WNCC, Barnesboro, Pa., 1957-9; WFBG-TV, Al-toona, Pa., 1956-7; KWAT, Watertown, S. D., 1953. Re­corded Candy Kisses and Money, Marbles, and Chalk; Buddy Records, 1949. Business enterprises: Plastering Business, Clearfield, Pa. Awards and honors: Founder of American Folk Musicians Union, 1956; Elected Na­tional President of AFMA, 1956-9; President of Clear­field District AFMA, 1956-9. Address: 20 High Street, Clearfield, Pennsylvania.
Morgan, Billie, b. 12/13/22, Spring St., Nashville, Tenn.; s. Terry Lane, 9; Ray Darrell, 5; d. Billie Gene Withrow, 21; Lynda, 7. Attended Warner Sch., Nashville, Tenn., 1928-35; East Nashville High Sch., Nashville, 1935-8. Plays guitar. Entertainment experience: WSIX, Nash­ville, Tenn., 1951-2; WSM, 1959; KAMD, Camden, Ark., 1945-6; KWKH, La. Hayride, Shreveport, La., 1959; WMIS, Natchez, Miss., 1947-50; Ernest Tubb Jamboree, WSM, Nashville, 1959. Starday recordings include: Life to Live, 1959; Thinking All Night, 1959; Move Over, 1959; Too Weak to Go Home, 1959; Treating Me the Way You Do, 1959; Country Girl at Heart, 1959; I Had to Talk to Someone, 1960; I'll Accept What I Can't Change, 1960. Most popular song was Life to Live. Wrote songs she

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