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June 28, 1972

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1013 - The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., June 28, 1972 O ng Name Entertainment ( Don Gibson Lefty Frizzell Country - Western Stars BIG NIGHT SHOW July 4th 8 p.m. at the Richland County Fairgrounds Don Gibson The King of Country Soul has recorded "I Can't Stop Loving You," "Oh Lonesome Me," "Sea of Heartbreak," "Blue Blue Day," "Sweet Dreams" and "Rings of Gold." Lefty Frizzell The Amazing trendsetter is known for "Cigarette and Coffee Blues," "Confused," "She's Gone, Gone, Gone," "Ain't That Bein' A Little Unfair," "An Article From Life," 'three Cheers for the Good Guys," "Watermelon T/me in Georgia" and "It's Raining All Over the World." ii iiii I I Penny DeHaven The Movingest gal in Country Music is best known for "Mmna Lou," "Down In the Boon- docks," "I Feel Fine," "Awful Lotta Lovin," "The First Love" and "Don't Change On Me." ii i ii Doyle Holly Unlike many singing sidekicks of the super- stars of country music who have become known as "that felia who sings harmony with so - and so," Doyle has continually been a separate personality in his own right even when he was with Jhnmy Wakely, Wynn Stewart, and most recently with Buck Owens. There has never been a mlstake: Doyle's star has shined as brightly as theirs. ii iiiii i i Ill II Penny DeHaven Doyle Holly and Band SP.ONSoRED BY THE SIDNEY JAYCEES