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etc. Most popular songs were: My Lord Keeps a Record; Light at the River; and A Beautiful City. Writer of: Light at the River, 1950; Mother Is Old, 1941; Old Coun­try Baptizing, 1958; Who Will Sing for Me, 1958. Co-writer of more than 25 songs including: A Beautiful City, 1954. Awards and honors: Voted No. 3 in Country Gospel Music, 1958; No. 2, 1959. Address: WFLW, Mon-ticello, Kentucky.
"Stringbean, the Ky. Wonder," (David Akeman); b. 6/17/15, Annville, Ky. Entertainment experience: WLAP, Lex­ington, Ky., 1935; WBIG, Greensboro, N. C; WSM Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Tenn., 1942—; Jubilee, U.S.A., ABC-TV. Plays banjo. Songs recorded: I Wonder Where Wanda Went; Short Life and Trouble; Train Special 500; Barn Yard Banjo Picking. Address: WSM Radio, Nashville, Tennessee.
Stuart, Carl, (Ray McKeown Schacht), b. 12/17/29, Kansas City, Kansas; w. Jeannie. Attended high school and two years of college. Plays guitar. Entertainment ex­perience: WHIL Hometown Jamboree, Medford, Mass.; WCOP Hayloft Jamboree, Boston, Mass.; WAMO Home­town Jamboree, Pittsburgh, Pa.; World's Champ Rodeo; WWVA Jamboree, Wheeling, W. Va.; Side Show Barker; Nite Club Entertainer; etc. Past ten years has led the Cowboy Caravan. Starday and Sheraton Records. Songs recorded: I Did Care, I Do Care, 1955; Let 'Em Talk, 1955; No One But You, 1954; I'm Confessing, 1953. Most popular song was I Did Care, I Do Care. Writer of: Dear Hank; and the above songs which were recorded. Business: Carl Stuart Enterprises, Boston, Mass. Ad­dress: WAMO Radio, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
"Stubby, Captain," (Tom C. Fouts); b. 11/24/18, Carroll County, Ind.; w. Eva Lou Sibbit; s. Tom L., 18; Danny E., 4; d. Connie L., 13. Attended Young America High Schl., Young America, Ind, 1925-37; Ind. Central Col­lege, Indianapolis, Ind., 1937-8. Worked on farm. Plays bass. Entertainment experience: WD AN, Danville, 111., 1938-40; WLW, Cincinnati, Ohio, 1940-4; U. S. Navy En-tertainment Section, all over world, 1944-6; New York City night clubs, 1946-9; WLS National Barn Dance, 1949-58; ABC Television, Chicago, 111., 1958—. Known

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