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member; Speak to Me; A Mighty Lovable Man. Writer of: That's Me without You; Young Ideas; Hypnotized. Co-writer of Too Much Water. Address: Artist Service Bureau, Cadiz and Industrial Blvd., Dallas 7, Texas.
Jay, Myrna (Myrna Jay Guthrie), b. 5/9/42, Roswell, N. Mex. Schools attended: Hudson Jr. High Schl., La Puente, Calif., 1947-56; Compton Senior High Schl., Compton, Calif., 1956-9. Worked as cashier at theatre. Plays guitar. Entertainment experience: Squeakin' Deacon Radio, North Hollywood, Calif., 1956; Jubilee Ballroom, Baldwin Park, Calif., 1957-8; Town Hall Party, Compton, Calif., 1959—; KWKH La. Hayride, Shreveport, La., 1959; Texas Tiny Show, Hollywood, Calif., 1959; Toured U.S.A., 1956-9; Cowtown Hoedown, Ft. Worth, Texas, 1959. Recorded on Sage and Crest Records. Sang background for Tom Tall on Mary Jo and This Island. Recorded: Johnny's Comin' Home, 1959; and Savin' My Love, 1959. Address: 500 North Chester, Compton, California.
Jennings, Robert Coble "Bob," b. 9/26/24, Liberty, Tenn.; w. Robbie Nell Donnell; s. Don Robin, 3. Attended Au­burn High Schl., Auburntown, Tenn., 1931-43. Farmer. Plays guitar and bass fiddle. Entertainment experience: WGNS, Murfreesboro, Tenn., 1947; WLAC and Radio, Nashville, Tenn., 1948—. Leader of Eagle Rangers, 1947-9; Radio Playboys, 1949-52; and Farm Hands, 1952-5. Recorded for Checker, World, MGM, and Dot Records. Songs recorded: Be My Darling, 1947; That Old Moon, 1947; Memories Are My Souvenirs, 1949; You Little Sweet Little You, 1949; Oh, For the Life of a Cricket, 1956; Tell Me Your Name, Give Me Your Number, 1956; That's When I Miss You Most, 1956; Time and Place, 1958; Darling My Darling, 1958; Do You, 1958; There's a Reason, 1958. Most popular song recorded was Oh, For the Life of a Cricket. Writer of: Tell Me Your Name, Give Me Your Number. Awards: Voted Country Music's Disc Jockey of the Year, 1959; Voted No. 6 in the D. J. Poll, 1958; No. 7, 1957; No. 11, 1956. Address: WLAC Radio, Nashville, Tennessee.
Jennings, Oliver Shelnutt, b. 9/15/01, Logan, Ala.; w. Alma Dorris Clay; d. Dorris Fay Jennings Thompson. Schools