The Patsy Cline Calendar - December
- Almost halfway into the school year, Ginny was enrolled in the fourth
grade at Handley Elementary School in Winchester, in December 1942.
In November 1947 she enrolled in the eighth grade at Sydney Gore High School in
Gore, where the family lived until the following years, and she started ninth
grade in Gore. But after six weeks she withdrew, and in December 1948, the
record shows she enrolled in Handley High School in Winchester.
- Patsy was set to perform on "Town & Country Jamboree" one Saturday night in
December 1956, when Dale Turner came running backstage, barely able to suppress
her excitement: "It better be a good show tonight because Arthur Godfrey is
watching!" The good news was delivered via a telephone call to Patsy's Kent
Street address, which notified her of her acceptance and her appearance date:
Monday, January 21, at 8:30 pm.
- Patsy returned to Nashville on December 13, 1957, to record her fourth
session of the year - twice as many as in previous year. She recorded "Stop
the world", "Walkin' dream", "Cry not for me" and "If I could see the world".
- On December 15, 1958, Decca released the single "Dear God" / "He will do
for you" (30794).
- On December 17, 1961, she went into the studio after dinner on a Saturday
evening to cut just one song, "She's got you". She was backed by the
Jordanaires and most of the familiar faces on the A Team.
- Decca released the single "That's my desire" / "Foolin' around" (25707) on
December 12, 1966.
- The single "True love" / "Love, love, love me honey do" (Decca 25724) was
released on December 4, 1967.