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Nobody's Darling But Mine; My Mary; Thirty Pieces of Silver; Down By the Riverside; When I Prayed Last Night; The Sweet Story of Old; Columbus Stockade Blues; I Just Dropped in to Say Goodbye; Live and Let Live; I Hung My Head and Cried; To My Mansion in the Sky; Dear Son; Did You Think to Pray; I Know What He Meant; I Know Who Holds Tomorrow; Some­where There's a Friend; I Don't Know Why; Just Be­tween You and Me; Taller than Trees; Sometime Late at Night; I Might Even Lose My Mind; When the Savior Reached Down for Me; I Was There When It Happened; Where No One Stands Alone; My Lord Will Lead Me Home; How Long Has It Been; Gently Rock His Cradle; No Room at the Inn; etc. Most popular song: You Are My Sunshine. Writer of: Someone to Care; When It's Roundup Time in Heaven; Doggone that Train. Co-writer of: When We All Get Together Up There; You Are My Sunshine; I Dreamed of an Old Love Affair; It Makes No Difference Now. Movie: Louisiana, Mono­gram, 1944. Business enterprises: American Investors' Corp.; etc. Honors and Awards: Best Male Sacred Singer, 1957, American Youth Singers; Best Male Sacred Singer, 1957-58, National Disc Jockeys Convention; Best Male Sacred Singer, 1958, Trail Magazine; LL.D., La. College. Address: Governor's Mansion, Baton Rouge, La. Davis, Skeeter (Mary Francis Penick). Entertainment ex­perience: WCPO-TV, Cincinnati, Ohio; WKLV, Lexing­ton, Ky.; WVLK, Lexington, Ky.; WJR, Detroit, Mich.; Steve Allen Show, NBC-TV; WWVA Jamboree, Wheel­ing, W. Va.; and WSM Grand Ole Opry, Nashville, Term. Former member of duet known as the Davis Sisters. Songs recorded on RCA Records include: I Forgot More Than You'll Ever Know; Set Him Free; Homebreaker; Am I That Easy to Forget; Wishful Thinking; Rock-A-Bye Boogie; Gotta Git a Goin'; I'm Falling Too. Co-writer of Homebreaker. Address: WSM Radio, Nash­ville, Tennessee.
Day, Jim (Lazy Jim Day), b. 1911, Short Creek, Ky.; w. Dar-lene; 2 children. Previous work: factory, janitor, man­ager of radio studio. Entertainment experience: WDZ,