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 Myrtle Louise “Halo Meadows” <I>Stonesifer</I> King

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Myrtle Louise “Halo Meadows” Stonesifer King

Birth
Littlestown, Adams County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death
12 May 1985 (aged 80)
Littlestown, Adams County, Pennsylvania, USA
Burial
Littlestown, Adams County, Pennsylvania, USA
Memorial ID
41257631 View Source

She graduated from Hood College, Frederick, MD in 1927 and later earned a master's degree from the University of Pennsylvania. She studied at the American Academy of the Arts in New York City. She met and married Jeron Kriswell King aka "Charles Criswell King" and "The Amazing Criswell" in 1940. She wrote several plays and worked in off Broadway drama in New York City aka "Louise Howard". They moved to Hollywood where her husband was a television personality, psychic and syndicated columnist. They wrote several books. She was an exotic dancer aka "Halo Meadows". They were legally separated in 1974. She returned to Littlestown in the later years of her life. For additional information on her life and plans for a Myrtle Louise museum in Littlestown see "Myrtle Louise: Littlestown's Hollywood trailblaser gets her due" Hanover Evening Sun, February 11, 2018, p.1.

She graduated from Hood College, Frederick, MD in 1927 and later earned a master's degree from the University of Pennsylvania. She studied at the American Academy of the Arts in New York City. She met and married Jeron Kriswell King aka "Charles Criswell King" and "The Amazing Criswell" in 1940. She wrote several plays and worked in off Broadway drama in New York City aka "Louise Howard". They moved to Hollywood where her husband was a television personality, psychic and syndicated columnist. They wrote several books. She was an exotic dancer aka "Halo Meadows". They were legally separated in 1974. She returned to Littlestown in the later years of her life. For additional information on her life and plans for a Myrtle Louise museum in Littlestown see "Myrtle Louise: Littlestown's Hollywood trailblaser gets her due" Hanover Evening Sun, February 11, 2018, p.1.


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