Jack W. Case and wife, Helen Beck. Mom played musical instruments and Daddy played his matched bullet banjo's in his holsters. One of the acts they did on stage was for mom to hold a cigarette in her mouth at one side of the stage and Daddy would go to the other side and shoot off small sections of that cigarette. After a couple short parts were shot off, Daddy would turn his back to Mom and then hold a mirror and shoot a couple more pieces off while looking in the mirror and shooting over his shoulder. I remember seeing the cigarette butts in a metal soap case that mom kept. Guess that was why my folks never smoked, (smile).