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Werner, Sue
Tell You No Lies)"; "On An Ordinary Morning"; "What Can You Dor; tm in Love." Home: 340 W. 57 St., New York, N.Y.
Wendling, Pete, composer, pianist, recording artist; b. New York, N.Y., June 6, 1888. ASCAP 1919. Educ.: De Witt Clinton High School. At eighteen, "ragtime" piano player (winner national contest); piano-roll recording artist ten years; staff com­poser New York publishing house; stage engagements U.S. and abroad. Currently vice president of music pub­lishing house. Songs: "Yaaka Hula Hicky Dula"; "Oh What a Pal Was Mary"; "There's Danger In Your Eyes Cherie"; "Swingin In a Hammock"; "I Believe In Miracles": "Take Me to the Land Of Jazz"; "I'm Sure of Everything But You"; "Wonderful You"; "I Wish I Could Sleep Until My Daddy Comes Home"; "The Street of Regret"; "Take Your Girlie To The Movies"; "Crying Myself to Sleep." Home: New York, N.Y. Ad­dress: c/o ASCAP.
Wenrich, Percy, composer, pianist; b. Joplin, Mo., Jan. 23; d. New York, N.Y., March 17, 1952. ASCAP 1914 (charter member). Educ.: Joplin pub-he schools; piano and organ with mother and Chicago Musical Coll. First compositional work, organ teach­ing pieces. Member professional staff Chicago music publishers, then to New York. As songwriter, entered vaudeville with wife, Dolly Connolly; toured vaudeville circuits fifteen years. Works: Operetta, Castles in the Air; musical comedy, The Right Girl; songs: "Put on Your Old Grey Bon­net ; "Rainbow"; "Moonlight Bay"; "When You Wore a Tulip and I Wore a Big Red Rose"; "Where Do We Go From Here Boys"; "Sweet Cider Time"; "Land of Romance"; "Lantern of Love"; "Baby"; "Silver Bell"; "By the Campfire"; ''Sail Along
Silv'ry Moon"; "Missouri, My State." Address: Estate, c/o ASCAP.
Werner, Kay, composer, author, singer; b. Birmingham, Ala., Oct. 9, 1918. ASCAP 1940. Of musical par­entage. Educ.: Birmingham public and high schools. Kay and Sue Werner are only twin songwriting team in ASCAP; work out ideas to­gether including special arrangements of their songs for bands and vocalists. Recordings. Since 1935, in New York. Songs: "I Got the Spring Fever Blues"; "Rock It For Me"; "Request-fully Yours"; "Love Is the Thing So They Say"; "I Want the Waiter (With the Water)"^ "My Wubba Dolly"; "Do It Again"; "Ten Little Soldiers"; "Three Terrific Guys"; "West of the Weather"; "Don't Put a Ring Around Rosie"; "Don't Shout at Me Daddy"; "Pushin' the Conversation Along"; "I'm Crazy to Love You"; "That's What You Think." Home: 101 Cooper St., New York 34, N.Y.
Werner, Sue, composer, author, singer; b. Birmingham, Ala., Oct. 9, 1918. ASCAP 1940. Of musical parentage. Educ.: Birmingham public and high schools. Sue and Kay Werner are only twin songwriting team in ASCAP; work out ideas together; special ar­rangements of their songs for bands and vocalists. Recordings. Since 1935, in New York. Songs: "I Got the Spring Fever Blues"; "Rock It For Me"; "Requestfully Yours"; "Love Is the Thing So They Say"; "I Want the Waiter (With the Water)"; "My Wubba Dolly"; "Do It Again"; "Ten Little Soldiers"; "Three Terrific Guys"; "West of the Weather"; "Don't Put a Ring Around Rosie"; "Don't Shout at Me, Daddy"; "Pushin the Conversation Along"; "I'm Crazy to Love You"; "That's What You Think." Home: 101 Cooper St., New York 34, N.Y.