Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 22, 1957 · Page 3
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 3

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 22, 1957
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Wednesday Evening, May 22, 1957. Actress Peggy King Overcomes Shyness HOLLYWOOD (UP)—Being fired and falling in love are the, two reasons why Peggy King. th e onetime "pretty, perky" singeron the George Gobel show has begun a new career as a dramatic actress in the movies. confidence in mysdf. "Losing the show is the best thing that happened to me," she reflected. "People thought I could do nothing but rub foreheads with George and sing a few quiet songs. "Now I've played a 14-year-old It's difficult to figure how shy girl on 'Jack and the Beanstalk' people wind up in show business, i and a pregnant wife on 'Matinee but Peggy admits she was so shy; Theater.' I've sung at the Cocoa- she couldn't imagine herself as an aut Grove and Las Vegas and now I'm doing an honest, dramatic role actress. Peggy was pushed into trying it when a new producer took over the Gobel show last fall 'and told us he didn't want to use any of the old cast." The big-eyed singer was adrift for a while but then she became engaged to pianist Andre Previn (they'll marry next year after his divorce is final 1 'and he helped me get over my shyness so I could try new tilings." "You know that shy, little girl I portrayed' on the Gobel show? Well, that was really me," said Peggy today. "I never was perky. I was petulant, pensive I always sang sad songs because I never •wanted to sing happy songs. in my first movie." Peggy's movie debut is as an 'airline stewardess in "Zero Hour," a Hall-Bartlett production from a hit TV drama. Macy The M. E. church Bible school opened at the church Monday and will continue to May 29. Mrs. Loretta Lee and Miss Susan Bobbins have .charge of the older 'group in the church, while Mrs. Willis Fouts is in charge of the younger group. The WSCS will hold its monthly meet Wednesday, May 29, with Mrs. Blane Hurst as hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Stallard had as Sunday guests Mr. and "I didn't think. I was pretty. Then I met Andre. He always i Mrs. Earl Stallard and Kimberly, thought I was so pretty, suddenly 1 an d Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stallard. I began to worry about how my The Earl Stallards have just re- hair looked. I had my teeth turned home afier spending some capped. And, of course, he thinks I'm the best singer in the world! "I'd always wanted to be an •ctress. Now Andre has given me time in Hawaii, where he was stationed. Mrs. Loretta Loe and Jay were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. John H. See and family in Greencastle. Garland Foor of Peru spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Daisy English. Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Jefferies spent a night in Decatur with their son, Donald, and his family. Mrs. Jeneva Lewis sold her household goods Saturday, having sold her property to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Edwards. Mr. and Mrs.. Harley Zolman were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick .Van Dalsen.. Allen Zimmerman of Deedsville, who suffered a light stroke last week at his home, is recuperating at the home of his granddaughter, Mrs'. Gerald Shadle, and her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Reed and I Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson spent ; Saturday in Bunker Hill. Mrs. Willis English has returned to her home after spending the winter months with friends and relatives. She was in St. Petersburg, fla., for several weeks and upon returning to Indiana visited in Terre Haute. She spent several weeks at the home of her son, Garland Foor, at Peru. Mr. and Mrs. R. Byron Smith and Joyce Anri of Decatur called on his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith, Sunday. Mrs. LeRoy Frobish of Onargo, 111., visited Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Southerton. Mickie Nichols returned to his home in Ft. Wayne after spending the week with his aunt, Mrs. Dick Van Dalsen, and family. Dick Bash spent Sunday with friends in Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Reed and sons, Michael and David, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Lawson. The event was in honor of Mr. Reed's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stallard and daughter, Kimberly, arrived home Saturday after being in Hawaii for some time. Stallard received his discharge in San Francisco. Mrs. Ancil Jefferies 'will attend the high school commencement Thursday in Decatur, where her granddaughter is a member of the graduating class. Mr. and Mrs. R ob e r t Neff, Barbara and Susan, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Southerton called Sunday at the Bill Forsythe home in Kokomo. Mrs. Forsythe has been seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Owens had as Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ogden of Redkey and Warren Updike and Kay of Chicago. The Ogdens were enroute to Chicago, where he will recuperate after suffering a bad stroke two weeks ago. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs.'Leo Ambler. 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