Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on June 4, 1961 · Page 8
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Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas · Page 8

Del Rio, Texas
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Sunday, June 4, 1961
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;28-DEL RK> (Te*o«) NEWS-GERALD, Sunday, June 4, 1961 Taking Applications For Miss Wool Of Texas DIANE UGHTIZER BRUC! ir hf^r parents.. announced Diane L Bruce to Be Married July 4 to Raymond j. Woods, Parents Announce The engagement 2nd approaoh- \r.' ! > marriage '.itt Diane Lighti?t-r Kayntonri Jackson V.V«x3j. is announced hy her parents. ?.!r end Xirs. Robtrt L. Ijsiuii'.i-r >fi Hillrfde. \ew Jersey. The wedding is planned if.r J<;i;.\ Woman's Society of Christian Service To Meet Tuesday A program is planned for th>:Woman's Soeitiy of Christ is n Service of the First Method}?! • Church Tuesday sft.ern<x>n at 3:30 o Cio^-k in the House of Friendship <:4 ihe church. The devotional wi!l !x» pr>s<>rnr:i hy Mrs. 1, S. Cook and Mr=.:L^>!.'<• Harrison will offer the program on ''Home lor the Homeless." Hostesses for the afterwfon .will he ifesdames Irms Stanley. Hiin- dolph Harrti-. "Ben Bonnet, Mary E. Dsy and Miss Clyde ilojmnn.- Tlie executive board of i):f society -^111 meet Tuesday at 9:^-:'i a.rn. in the home oi .\irs_ W. 1'.- \Vall3ce Jr., 512 Joh-isun Street. 4 in the Fir^i Methodist Church, Tho cirstc- wit I- mark the twenty- frnjTih \i-ecf<ting anniversary of ?ilr. and .Mrs. Lisjhtizer. Th.t- iiritif-eU>ci aitendeti Del Rso sciMrfiLs. Presently she is th« pres- i'k-m of the Del Rio chapter of Epsiloi! Sigma Alpha; 'Her fiance, son sjf .Mrs. Xelik? >Vw»ls of S;in Marcos, graduated from Prairse Lt-a High Schoxi! and is employed in San ilarcos. o TiPS FROM MOTHS, BE=S BUFFALO. N.V. '.?—Air Force -:Hidi<-f on mc'Ji.-,. beetles may lofrislt in iit'v. 2'T-crsft efluipmen', :i research executive says. Brig. Gen. Benjamin G. "Hob- r-Kin fif tho .^ir Foi cf says sludiej; "i a nunb's oar show that if rt v.'ei-c' cupicil el<..c.-tronica«iy. the rtsul? uoulii be a cheap and efficient h!sh ; frer]u< microphone. A* .'i result '•' studies of a !>'.(''.!<'.•'> ?M-ir;5 apparatus, he say i. ;!'c- Air Force is developing th-:- :tios'l uci.Mirate pround speed -n- i;ieai'-.r (rvor deviled for asrcraf;. Kaiicanjos. reportedly are reach- •ng jilayue proj^jvlions in centra- arid non-'u-rn Australia. The ani- msis spoil, crop? and the grazing lands nf catUe and shi.'ep. The woo] industry in Texas willf choose its official representative] for 19G1 in San Angelo' July 10! from a group of 12 finalists ehos-} en by.the Miss Wool of Americaj pageant committee. j Applications are being accepted! and the deadline for entering the j Miss Wool .competiton is July i.i Entries -are being accepted for; the contest which will bring 12; beauties from towns and cities | throughout the staie to San An-; geio July 7 through July 10. i Trie chosen queen of Texas! wool will receive a sparkling new' 136i2 ChevroJet for her use during j the year of her reign through \ the courtesy of a San Angelo con- ! cern and she will become the. owner, of an c-vqaisite wardrohe modeled by contestants and pro- i viced hy members of the Nation-; si Fashion Exhibitors of America. In addition, she will travel ex-; tensively m the interest of the wool industry and in 1962 she will; represent Texas in the fabulous' "Miss Wool of America contest featuring 20. lovely and talented: beausy queen from al! ".over the nation. . In order to bt: eligible contestants rnusi: Submit Iheir application forms' noi 'ater than August 10. 1951. Be between the ages of 58 and 25, inclusive. -. Be a resident of the State of Texas. a size- 10 garment. _ Be at feast 5 feet, 6 inches tall and not more than 5 feet, S inches ta'i without shoes. Have completed ai least one year of activities in an accredited college or university. De in good heahh. Possess 3 talent of outstanding calibre (.she need not be a pro- fc-Asionai)'v."hich cao be presented on the stage during the Texas Pageant. This tslent is of major importance, as both I he Texas and Xatsohal Pageants will, fea- lure the eiuertaimnent presentations of the cooiestanis. Agree to m«>lei before an audience or juageji garments, accessories and hats which wilt be. se- -lec-ted fey the Miss Wool Com- ; mittee.' • Be prepared to give a short task on wool, its "properties and . advantage? over other, fibers, and be abte to answer other questions on vroo!. : Supply the following S x 10 gloss phoigfaphs: One full-length picture in bath- ins suit. One close-up picture of full face. Two favorite poses to be used : for publicity purposes only. • Appbcsiioii blanks are available upon request. Write or wire Miss Wool or America Committee, Box 712. San Angelo. Texas. Phone 67;>i. Tips For Your Garden BY THE MORNING GLORY poT plants. GARDEN CLUB - Carefully read planting direc- Remove flowers whee petals be- tion* on seed packages. gin to drop. '; ' . ' • ' Buy « ualit > v P'^- seeds and A little 5'' ehkirdane will kill ants and earthworm;. infesting • Announces Sermon Topic for Central Church of Christ "Am 1 Your Enemy Because 1 Tell You the TniTh?" is the sermon topic for C. M. Day. minister of Central Church of Christ, for the Sunday morning servie* in the church ' at 10:50 o'ciock- The evening worship at 6 o'clock will include a sermon OR the topic. "God, Our .Teacher." Prayer service is held Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. and a dafly, radio talk is presented by the church at 9 a.m. bulbs. Bargain buying will only result in a disappointing crop. ; Your seedman has available effective sprays and dusts for your plants. See him before it is too- Stake and tie tali plants after !h«v have grown to two feet. To sow fine sc-eds. put them in a salt saker with an equal a- rnour.t of fine sand. Sprinkle over ^soih . • F;owert which like acid soil sre the azalea, jasmine, chrysanthemum, camellia, columbine, cy- rciainen, dogwood.' gardenia, iris, lily, of the valley, lily, rhodendron and-rose. • The easiest flowers to grow are the bsche'.or's button. petunia, candytuft, phlox, cosmos, poppy, : holy hock, marigold, zinnia and ; perin-inkJe, Presbyterian Sermon Sunday Morning on "Deeper Darkness" Rev. Walter C. Guin -will preach on thtt topic. "The Deeper Darkness,": in the First Presbyterian Church 'Sunday m'orning at the JI o'clock worship hour. The. scripture reading 'will be John 5:9-2>l. The evening worship will be held at 7:30 o'clock in the church with the scripture reading Luke 15:2532 and the sermon:topic "The Selfish Righteous." . The Vacation Church School will be held Monday through Friday- each .-week from June 12-through June 23. Classes will be offered for the children in the Kindergarten,,Primary and Junior Departments. They will he held from 9:30 to II a.m. •' / .. .•' ;' '. •.;.The executive hoard of the Women of the Church will meet : Tues- .day at 9:30 a.m. in the charcn. The education committee will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the church.. The choir is to practice .Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the church. Wedding Party Satiimay Miss Jo Ann Brown and Marvin i Belch, who will be married Sun-1 I day afternoon at 3 o'clock in the J | First Baptist Church, were hon-- ored with members of their wed- j fdmg party at a rehearsal dinner 'Saturday evening. i ( The dinner, was given by Mr. I and Mrs. W. L,. Brown, parenls j of the bride, in their homo, 800 *West Second Street, i INTRUDER RICHMOND, Va. if> ,— .Fraternity men at the. University" • i>f Richmond were hot under their tf»gas. As a part of Greek Week 28 runners were to carry a torch from Tlie state eapitol to the: university campus. AH went smoothly until an unidentified 29th runner shipped -into 1 the relay and *ped off in an_ unscheduled direction. The, torch didn't get to thr- campus. ' -'•".',.'• Attending were Miss Urown anc Marvin Belch; Air. and Mrs. n. D. Rose^ Mr. and M>s,. David Cunningham, Cynthia.; Horne./^er- ald Meredith, Mjis._Arthuryioirnc, Mr.-and Mrs. Shm Scifres 6f Abilene, Dewey Uriffiin, Clilton liuyd. Mam let- McUte. Ht.waixl Pupuia, Tom .\Hijur, James London,'-Dr. Milton Bradford, Mrs^W. L, 'Ming, Miss Martha Payne orBalrd.-Fren Smi'ih of Abilene, Mr. and Mis. Martin C. iiism-er and theii children, Jane Lee. Mare ana Jciftn of Dickinson; Mrs, Glen J offers oi Baycliff, TV.vs>; Mrs. M. O. Kriggs, gra.i.Hhnoihei" of the biide, and her paren's, Mr, and Mrs. \V. L. Brown. AFRICAN CLEtJCY NEW YORK CAP) — There are ?,000 native Afr r cans serving -s Roman Catholic priests "along wifh 30 African bishops, one African cardinal and 5,'jOO African nun 1 ;, iiie Catholic D.;W*t says. 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