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ular song. Honors and awards: Ky. Colonel, 1958; No. 6 most promising girl singer, 1958; No. 7 most promising girl singer, 1959. Address: 5 West Maple Avenue, Ft. Mitchell, Kentucky.
Hamblem, Stuart, b. 10/20/08, Kellyville, Texas; w. Suzy; d. Veeva; Obee. B.A. Degree from McMurray College, Abilene, Texas. Was cowboy, and then, school teacher. At KFI, Los Angeles, Calif. Recorded for RCA, Colum­bia, and Coral Records. Albums: The Grand Old Hymns; It Is No Secret; Beyond the Sun. Songs recorded: It Is No Secret; This Ole House; Hell Train; That'll Be the Day; Lonesome Cowboy Prayer; My Father; Dear Lord Be My Shepherd; Beyond the Sun; This Book; My Brother; When My Lord Picks Up the Phone; A Few Things to Remember; Why Fool Around with Calico When You Have Silk at Home; He Bought My Soul at Calvary; King of Kings; Blood on Your Hands; Remem­ber Me, I'm the One; Friends I Know; Got So Many Million Years; He Makes a Way; I Believe; Is He Satis­fied; Known Only to Him; Lord, I Pray; My Religion's Not Old Fashioned; Old Pappy's New Banjo; Partners with the Lord; Teach Me Lord to Wait; Time Out for Faith; You Must Be Born Again; Desert Sunrise; Whis­tler's Dream; Action; Oh How I Cried; I'll Be Gone; My Fate Is in Your Hands; It Would Be a Doggone Lie; Sunny Side of the Mt. Writer of: Open Up Your Heart and Let the Sunshine In; The Lord Is Counting on You; Golden River; My Mary; Little Old Rag Doll; It Is No Secret; This Old House; Known Only to Him; Re­member Me, I'm the One Who Loves You. Ran for President of the U. S. A., Prohibition Ticket, 1952. In several movies, usually as the "bad" guy. Address: Hollywood, California.
Hamilton, George IV, b. 7/19/37, Winston-Salem, N. C; w. Adelaide Watson Peyton; s. Edwin Peyton, 1. Attended Univ. of N. C, Chapel Hill, N. C, 1955-6; and Amer. Univ., Washington, D. C, 1956-9. Plays guitar. Enter­tainment experience: WMAL-TV, Washington, D. C, 1956; Jimmy Dean Show, CBS-TV, 1957-8; CBS-TV, Arthur Godfrey Show, 1957-8; Steve Allen Show, NBC-TV, 1957-8; Patti Page Show, CBS-TV, 1958; Perry Como