Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas on March 1, 1970 · Page 90
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Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 90

Lubbock, Texas
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Sunday, March 1, 1970
Page 90
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Sunday Morning, March I, <970—LUBBOCK AVALANCHE^OURNAl—if SHE'S A MEMBER OF UNIVERSITY'S BOARD-OFDIRECTORS Actress Coleen Gray Is A Natural For Dean Of Women Role HOLLYWOOD' (Special) — Actress Coleen Gray is making the campus scene these days. She Is starring as Ann Boyd,-' dean of women students at Bancroft''College, on "Bright Promise," daytime drama series on ''the' NBC Television Network-Mondays t h r o u gli Fridays.? Coleen • attended Hamline University (St. Paul, 'Minn.), where she concentrated on music, literature and art. "I was going to be a music COLEEN GRAY teacher," she said. "I had a music teacher in high school (Hutchinson, Minn.) whom I idolized. Her name was Winnifred Ruth. She was. the only one who understood me. But when it came,to the nitty gritty, I realized that I did not have the temperament for teaching; I've always had! a great respect, though, for teachers." Graduated Cum Laude She graduated summa cum laude from Hamline. Today she is a member of the university's board of directors. She still corresponds with two ol her professors, Dr, Arthur S. Williamson, dean of admissions and professor of history, and Miss Anne Simley, professor of speech and drama. ~ Colqen was born Doris Jensen, on a farm i n Staplehurst, Neb. "I used to go to the town library once a week and get eight books at a time," she Former Resident Competes Today Reagan Gassaway, of Dallas, a former Jong-time resident of Lubbock. wlU be on the Ted Mack Amateur Hour this .afternoon. Channel 13 at 4:30. - .'".,- .:•-';• - - '•-" Gsasawny. who with his wife. and .two children 6113 Louisville -here,--- was .a stockbroker. He and his family only recently moved to Dallas, As a contestant this afternoon on the Amateur Hour, Gnssaway will sing an Irish time. He was a member of the east ol Junior League Follies . here one year and entertained «t Lubbock Country Club on occasions. i* FAMILY WORKS The mrxtorn musical version of tte "Goidnocks" fairy talc in which Blng Crosby, his wife and two <ot their children will nppear will be telecast NBC 'March 31, said. "I could sit on the farm and this way travel anywhere, any time. "Other teenagers were wild about Frankie (Sinatra). I was anxious to meet Dimitri Mitropoulous. I was the only one in our class-who adored symphonic music." Met Famous Conductor When-her teacher took the class to the Minneapolis Symphony, Coleen got her chance to meet the famous conductor. "I was movie star-struck ever since I was a kid," Coleen said. "I kept scrapbooks of Loretta Young. I could never afford to go to a movie, but I borrowed a neighbor's fan magazines." After she received her BA degree, she took her last $26 and went West by bus. "I didn't know anything about the industry at all," she said. A set of curious circumstances landed her at 20th Century-Fox. "I did a happy speech from a play, and then I did a crying scene," said Coleen. "I'm good at crying. I can always cry. They were impressed with that." First In "State Fair" Her first speaking part, seven words, was in "State Fair." She was featured in "Kiss of Death" with Victor Mature and "Red River" with John Wayne and Montgomery, CliCt. She did .her own: singing opposite Bing Crosby i n "Riding High." A former regular on NBC- TV's "Days of Our Lives," Coleen has also appeared in guest roles on - "Family, Affair," "Bonanza, -"Ironside" and "The Name of the Game." She was a regular ony Radio KFYO (T90 ko) —.3:30 a.m.— midnight. -, CBS ncwi on the hour; local news 35 minutrt alti-r ' the hour: Ed WIIlws farm show .5:30 ».ro.— 7 B.ra. unit 12 aeon nntll 1 p.m., Monday 'through Saturday; Walter CronUtc 3:30 p.m., Monday through. Friday; Lowell Thomaj 5:45 p.m.. Monday through Friday: Sunday church «crvjw mom- Ini and rsrnwit. KCItn (1590 Ire) — I! a.m.— raldnlsht NBC "news on U» hour; local newt and weather 45 minutes After the hour: David Brtnklw 4-JO. MOB. Uirousn Friday -,• Chct Homier 5:20 pjn^ Monday through Friday: Nocturne 7 jim. until mldnlKbi; Monitor, • Saturday and Sunday; First Presbyterian Church tervlcc, SuaJay 11:19 KDAV (JW *<•> ~ 6 a.m. Country music, MBS newi on th« hnU hour? looit flew* on ths hour; weath- tr 15 mfcutcs nft*r UK hour; farm Drocnun 6 a.m.— «7 and 13;35 p.ra.— 1 ».m.. Jlowiftr throu«I> ' Sat- nrday. KI.F* 04M *<:) — 3 a-m.~*ttndo<m. Complete South* proenimnJnf. New* on haH hour:' irate) prMrsra Sunday 3 tun. Church jinxnuru. Sunday. KUX 0«8 kc) — G ajtt.— *undown. Country mo»tc: TO»J Bute Network new» 5 mtnatM before the hour; local JIOM 25 mtontni pa*t 1h« hour: Por- tut Randal] n*w» J3 oooo, Monday Oiroujd) Sntunlw. Sunday religtow projcranK 6 ajn. — nooo. KSKt, rt» kd— M hrt a day. FTI tiotfv Hm« daily. TTO 7 1o.-J am. . Newt «i Uw halt hour and 5 mjiratn tx-fore toe hoot, Monday drouch Katurday.. Soniiy untU DODO. retiElqua proimimj. KIJlK (1J40 kcV-M noun p*r d«y. -»»w» a awl S3 after -the hour. Sunday raoniin* 'rrilniOBJi pruiJtarM. ABC mu»k. FM KJVHt (HJ me) — 54 • hoot »t»Uod- SajJtirUls itsaid. Tex«» SUU Nirtwork tww» 5 i»tom« bejor» wtJi hour: wwithtft on Ux boarM'orwr RnodaB. n*»r» 730 a.m. mil U ooov Monday m<S«r. > *-m-' 6 BJIV tmtU Ail Hem mmtc, on Wr)— itonday tlirouift alil mMniaht; ftiionjay. t: 8tin>Uy t 4-I1 p.m. Rfn. uniil mldniuM, >*rtdny. Wtiitc wits Miirty. KtBK.PM (WJ m<-> — ( «.m.— juld- »li3it. Sttno miatc. TtS.TX.-nt mJ tnv >— Noon — raMnltht Moodaf tftrooxh Frtd*y. 24 boun *>r day. Satartoy and Suwiay. tHui-rock oaoX. tir*i on hoar and )MlI-aau. the "Perry Mason" and-"G.E. industry. They live in an Early Susan, by a previous mar- painters. Other talents Include Theatre" series. American home in Bel Air riage, attends college. cooking, gardening, dressmak- Coleen is married to Bill with their 12-year-old son, Coleen is one of Southern ing, designing and rug Bidlack, who is in the aircraft Bruce Robin. Another child, California's recognized braiding. GENERAL MH TIRE GENERALTIRE WHITEWALL ONE WEEK ONLY 4-PLY NYLON CORD (REGULAR $16.95) JET Save now on this great dual-tread tire. CARS ' COMPACTS STANDARD MEDIUM LARGER SIZE 6.50x13 7.75x14 7.75x15 8.25x14 8.25x15 8.55x14 REG. PRICE $16.95- $21.10 $22.40 $23.85 SALE PRICE , $14.95^ - $19.10 $20.40 $21.85 - FED.-: -EX, TAX, v$1.78.U $2.17 $2.19" ' $233 $236" $2.53;? Apinst Irultt Irtata • Ddcctt . . . N* Limit M MUM . AfilMt Cits . afihist PMCtwtt . tciiitt MttirW tifectf plus $1.78 Fed. Ex, Tax, size 6.50 x 13 tubeless wfiltewall GUARANTEED ADJUSTMENT t*Mral'f f irfomunet CunMtM it ka<«4 M ytiir *rl|lMl cwt If ^ny new General tire fills In normil pjsienger cir UM,'WC will either repair it {ree of charze or replace It with a new General tire of like quality it i price bised on the purchaur 1 ! cost of the tuaranteed tire (ifter deductlnc trade-in tllowinoH'.' or discount »nd Stite.and loul twes) equivilent.ttDM f*r- centife of treid depth used, p.'at State >nd local ttxtt. 4, Claims must be submitted to an iuttorize<j 6«n«r»l Tir« DMlef or Store with the oriflnil purchuer's Invlltc*. MM jumnnc m THE MA ; ..,,..-, Honored by Generil Tire DMlirt and Start* acrM* Bt«'«i9t«. Incl.ift libor, Fordi, Chiwcleti, Compictt, BRAKE RELINE 24 Other can dlihtt; hlih«r. 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