Play review 'Carousel:' innocence versus 'worldliness' Sunday, November 15,1981 — The Salina Journal Page 11 Deaths and Funilili By MARILYN HINES Amiueraents Editor Billy Bigelow and Julie Jordan grabbed the prized brass ring on the merry-go-round and found their life together had as many ups and downs as the painted horses on an amusement park carousel. The pair are the star-crossed young lovers of Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical, "Carousel," which opened at South High School Friday night. Their strange love story — she's a trusting innocent and he's a womanizing carousel barker — unfolds in a series of memorable songs and several glossy production numbers performed admirably by the large South High cast. "Carousel" is set in a New England coastal village in the late 1800s. Julie, a mill worker, is smitten with Billy, the swaggering barker, and their love flares as briefly and brightly as the lights on the park carousel. After their first meeting, everything is downhill for the couple. Married and without jobs, their troubles mount. When Julie becomes pregnant, a desperate Billy agrees to join his unsavory pal, Jigger, in a robbery. The robbery fails and Billy, trying to escape, falls on his own knife and is killed. The production numbers act as the glue that binds the show. And there are some nice ones. The opening scene in the amusement park is a visual display of colorfully costumed performers. There are dancers, jugglers and ice cream vendors mingling with visitors to the park. Other highlights are the "Blow High, Blow Low" number with Billy and the sailors and the "Real Nice Clambake" number featuring the entire cast. There is an effective scene in the backyard of heaven where Billy is told he can return to Earth for one day and do something good for his 16-year-old daughter. This leads to a touching scene in which Billy sees his daughter, Louise, dancing with some beach boys, but she is scorned and rejected by her friends and other villagers. The show also boasts a number of hummable songs, such as "June is Bustin' Out All Over," "What's the Use of Wondrin," Billy and Julie's duet, "If I Loved You," and the haunting, "You'll Never Walk Alone." As the young lovers, Jeanette Roberts and Alex Lankhorst are an attractive pair. Her sweet innocence is a nice contrast to his brooding, worldly air. And the supporting roles give the production added strength. Michelle Jordan, an actress with poise and good stage presence, nearly steals the show with her amusing portrayal of Carrie, Julie's best friend. Jim Weir was threatening as the sinister Jigger Craigin, and Scott Seyfert and Denise Middleton were good as Mr. Snow and Nettie Fowler. Anne Hoover, though on stage for a short time, brought drama to the role of Louise. Musical accompaniment for the production was by South High's orchestra and band students and was pre-recorded. Additional performances of "Carousel" will be given at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Friday and Saturday in the school's Little Theater. - :. .•: "-" " :•••:••••-•" • .'.'•-- '• • •.•• -.:. •: -. ••..'.'. •'•; ••-..-.••• • ' ' :..••:: '.;:..Records " District Court Bound over for trial — Robert Branting, 24, North Platte, Neb., charge of aggravated battery of Eugene Tappendick, 39, 504 W. Ellsworth, by rolling him down flight of steps at Sale Barn club, Highway K-140. Sentenced — Tammy D. Griffiths aka Tammy Toothman aka Tammy Jackson, 19, 219 Stimmel Road, petty theft of $75 from Ashton's Market, 901 W. Crawford, 6 months. Richard Dee Ledford, 25,619 Park, battery of police officer, 6 months; attempting to elude police officer, 6 months; driving while intoxicated, 6 months, license revoked. DismiiMd — James M. Northrop, 27, 710 Lena, charge of receiving stolen property, a vending machine valued at $125 taken from Slipper Slide tavern, 1526 State, completed one-year diversionary agreement. Civil filing — Renee F. Sander and Donald Sander vs. Scott Allen Baker, Jack Baker and Jackie Baker, plaintiffs seek amount exceeding $10,000 alleging personal injury to plaintiff Renee Sander in one-car accident while passenger in car driven by defendant Scott Baker. Divorces Filed - Patti Sue Booth vs. Stanley Lavern Booth; Jacqueline Decker vs. Johnie Decker; Robert K. Entriken Jr. vs. Cindy Burke Entriken; Catherine R. Gamage vs. Robert E. Gamage II; Viola Henderson vs. James Henderson; Edward D. Pittman vs. Marie Nellie Pittman; Donna Rae Scott vs. James Earl Scott; Carolyn Frances Whiting vs. Kenneth Lee Whiting. Marriage Licenses Stephen John Broshar, 23, and Doris Irene Seibert, 21, both of Salina; Rodney Rex Woods, 29, and Susan Louise Lust, 28, both of Salina; Gary Lee Willard, legal, and Mary Lynn MahoUand, legal, both of Salina; William Ralph Dossett, 34, Lebo, and Carolyn Irene Dent, 27, Salina. Hospital Admissions Aibury - Mrs. Phillip Augustine, 2334 Quincy; Mrs. Mark Kinderknecht, 613 S. 12th; Carl Lewis, 2105 Hillside Dr.; Gloria Millison, 1705 Beverly Dr.; Mrs. John Myers, 900 S. 9th; Candy Padgett, 1309 Glenshire; Lillian Shelton, 515 S. Santa Fe; Robert Conley, Assaria; Mrs. Roland Guillory, Bennington; Reinhart Herbel Jr., Dorrance; Mrs. Douglas Meyer, Gorham. St John's - Frank Battersby, Salina Rt. Friday night collision fatal for Abilene man ABILENE — Clarence R. Brown, 69, Abilene Rt. 4, died Friday night in a two-vehicle accident at the intersection of NW 14th and Cedar in Abilene. According to Abilene police, Mr. Brown was driving a pickup west on 14th about 11:35 p.m. when it and a car being driven north on Cedar by Janet P. Flinchpaugh, 28, Abilene, collided. The force of the collision spun the truck around and knocked it onto its top, police said. The car continued north for 286 feet and came to rest in the front yard of the Presbyterian Church. Flinchpaugh was listed in satisfactory condition Saturday in Abilene Memorial Hospital. Mr. Brown's son, Glen, 53, also of Abilene, was a passenger in the truck. He was listed in satisfactory condition in Asbury Hospital, Salina. Mr. Brown was born June 29,1912, at Caldwell and had lived in Abilene since 1949. Until retiring in 1979, he was a building superintendent for Busboom and Rauh Construction Co., Salina. He also was a greyhound breeder. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church, the Masonic Lodge, the Order of Eastern Star and the National Greyhound Association. He was a Navy veteran of World War II. Surviving are his wife, Artie; son, Glen; a daughter, Kitty Brown, Abilene; a sister, Mrs. Thelma Tippin, Topeka, and three grandchildren. The funeral will be announced by the Danner Funeral Home, Abilene. 1; Ray Keller, 824 Charles; Mark Lawrence, St. John's Military School; George Lewis III, St. John's Military School; John Malec III, St. John's Military School; Christina Nowak, 2233 Shalimar Dr.; Dori Whitely, 1006 Gypsum; Mrs. William Berenson, Marquette; Norman McAsey, Abilene; Richard Mayo Jr., Denton, Texas; Steven Nelson, Solomon; Mrs. Angel Perez, Kanopolis; Mrs. Kenneth Rock, Abilene. Hospital Dismissals Aibury — Boyer baby boy, 160 Bel Air; Jordan Breakey, 640 E. Iron; Mrs. Kenneth Klaus, 2357 Montclair; Russell Long, 1938 Marc; Robert McGuire, 336 S. Ohio; Mrs. Jeffrey Oehlert, 233 N. Kansas; Gerald Peterman, 437 S. College; Carol St. Clair, 408 W. South; Glenn Shook, 337 N. 13th; Jacob Vogt, 209 W. Claflin; Mrs. R.H. Weber II and baby girl, Salina; Ayers baby boy, Manchester; Lewis Blocker, Burdett; Mrs. Guy Dewey, Belleville; Mrs. Helen Edwards, Berington; Mrs. James. Emmel, Concordia; Chad Giersch, Concordia; Mrs. Eliza Harroun, Belleville; John McCormick, Assaria; Joseph Martin, Gypsum; Frank Stevens, Junction City; Roy Tremble, Lincoln. St. John's — Raymond Buchenau, Salina Nursing Center; Mrs. Helen Graves, 1409 E. Iron; Mrs. Terrance Henderson, 607 W. Crawford; Michael McCandles, 600 E. Republic; Amanda May, 420 N. Broadway; Richard Sheahon, 504 E. Jewell; Richard Sweley, 849 Kenison Rd.; Mrs. Richard Hanson, Lindsborg; Mrs. Everett James, Clay Center; Cyrena May, Hunter; Mrs. James MiUeson, Bavaria; Carl Mortimer, Beloit; Charles Neaderhiser, Longford; Brett Getting, Tescott. Asbury Births Bay: Mr. and Mrs. Roland Guillory, Bennington, 6 Ibs., 9 ozs., Friday. Police Blotter Accident - Magnolia west of South 9th, cars driven by Charleen A. Miller, 72, Solomon, and Eleanor F. Giersch, 61, 307 Laura, collided. Stationary vehicle occupied by Joanne E. Beasley, 38, 2010 Ridgeview, then was struck. Miller declined treatment for minor injury. Ttxft - *65 in cash, CB radio with microphone, and stamp dispenser from office of Kenison Inc., 920 E. North; $100 total loss. LUCY E. FLETCHER The funeral for Lucy Elizabeth Fletcher, 92, formerly of 238 S. 8th, will be at 4 p.m. Sunday in the chapel of the First United Methodist Church, the Rev. Leonard Clark officiating. Miss Fletcher, a former Salina teacher, died Friday at Shalimar Plaza Nursing Home. She was born June 3, 1889, at Osborne and came to Salina in 1916 from Waldo to start a teaching career which lasted until she retired in 1947 to care for her parents. She studied at Ft. Hays State University and had taught in Kansas City, Waldo and Lucas before joining the staff of the old Central Grade School here. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church, Altar Wesleyan Service Guild, Delta Kappa Gamma, Salina Garden Club, Native Daughters of Kansas and the Saline County Retired Teachers Association. She had been a board member of the Women's Association of Asbury Hospital. Surviving are a nephew, Cmdr. Robert Fletcher, St. Petersburg, Fla., and a niece, Mrs. Eleanor Fletcher Crow, Groton, Mass. Miss Fletcher's body was donated to medicine. She had requested memorials to Asbury Hospital and the First United Methodist Church. The Geisendorf Rush Smith Funeral Home is in charge. GERALD D. BETTS RUSSELL — The funeral for Gerald Duane Betts, 33, of Russell, will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the Pohlman's Mortuary, Russell, with the Rev. Tim Carey officiating. Burial will be in St. John's Lutheran Cemetery. Mr. Betts died Saturday at St. Anthony's Hospital, Hays. He was born Feb. 7, 1948 at Dorrance. He was a truck driver for Masters' Oil Company. He was a member of the St. John's Lutheran Church, Russell. Surviving are his son, Bradley, of Liberal; mother, Mrs. Georgenna Betts and a brother, Gene, both of Russell. Friends may call from noon Sunday until time of service at Pohlman's Mortuary, Russell. The family suggests memorials to the St. John's Lutheran Church. MRS. KENNETH BURWELL WASHINGTON, Kan. - A graveside service for Mrs. Anna M. Burwell, 83, Belleville, will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Washington City Cemetery, the Rev. Mark Somerville officiating. Mrs. Burwell died Saturday at Republic County Hospital, Belleville. She was born July 1, 1898, at Clyde and moved to Belleville as a small child. She had worked as a telephone operator. Her husband, Kenneth, died in 1971. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Darlene Bates, Belleville; three sisters, Mrs. Bessie Henderson, Belleville; Mrs. Ola Strayer, Orlando, Fla., and Mrs. Gladyse Benjamin, Gray, Ga., and three grandchildren. Friends may call at the Bachelor- Faulkner-Dart Funeral Home, Belleville. MRS. VIOLA CATLIN The funeral for Mrs. Viola Catlin, 85, 714 Garden, will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Miltonvale United Methodist Church, the Rev. Gary Brooks officiating. Burial will be in the Miltonvale Cemetery. Mrs. Catlin died Friday at Asbury Hospital. She was born July 29, 1896, in Miltonvale. She had lived in Salina for the last 20 years. She is survived by a son, William L., Minneapolis; three daughters, Mrs. Zeldean Osborne, Tulsa, Okla.; Mrs. Audrey Sharp, Wichita, and Mrs. Jo Ann Williams, Clifford, Mich.; a brother, Rollie Lyne, Clay Center; a sister, Mrs. Irene Huffman, Miltonvale; 12 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the Phelps Funeral Home until the service. MARION K. MIZNER ESBON — The funeral for Marion K. Mizner, 63, Esbon, will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the United Methodist Church, Esbon, the Rev. Ralph Jarboe officiating. Mr. Mizner died Nov. 12 at his Esbon home. He was born Oct. 25,1918, at Esborn. Surviving are his wife, Laverna; four sons, Gale, Bakersfield, Calif.; Gret, Gretna, La.; Grant, Charleston, S.C., and Lynn Hurley, Los Banos, Calif.; two stepsons, Steve Burgess, Esbon, and Dwight Burgess, Los Angeles, Calif., and a stepdaughter, Beth Ann Mizner, Oceanside, Calif. Burial will be in the Burr Oak Cemetery. The Kramer Funeral Home, Mankato, is in charge. The family suggests memorials to the American Heart Society. MRS. FERDINAND BERGMANN BELOIT — The concelebrated funeral mass for Mrs. Josephine Bergmann, 93, Beloit, will be at 11 a.m. Monday at St. John's Catholic Church, the Revs. Robert Vering, Henry Kieffer, homilist, James Hoover, Albert DeSanctis and a Holy Cross Priest officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. On Sunday there will be a Catholic Daughters of America rosary at 4 p.m. and a Parish rosary at 7 p.m. followed by a Bible service at the church. Mrs. Bergmann died Friday in the Hilltop Lodge Nursing Home, Beloit. She was born May 7, 1888, in Maxwell, Mo. She came to Beloit in 1921. She was a charter member of the Catholic Daughters of America, the Ladies Guild, the VFW Auxiliary Post 6242 and the church. Her husband, Ferdinand, died in 1947. Surviving are four sons, the Rev. Ferdinand Bergman CSC, Dharenda, Bangladesh; Joe and George, both of Beloit, and John, Dallas; three daughters, Sister Mary Magdelene OSF, Savannah, Mo.; Mrs. Margaret Hageman, Junction City, and Mrs. Mary Reese, Albuquerque, N.M.; a sister, Clara Schandler, Norton; two brothers, Frank Grimm, Arnold, Mo., and Joseph Grimm, Joplin, Mo.; 24 grandchildren, 27 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. The family suggests memorials to Holy Cross Foreign Missions or to St. John's Catholic Church Memorial Trust Fund. Friends may call at the Harrison Funeral Home, Beloit, until noon Sunday and then at the church. GEORGE COSAND JR. BURR OAK - The funeral for George Cosand Jr., Burr Oak, will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Christian Church, Burr Oak, the Rev. Russell Shoemaker officiating. Mr. Cosand, a Burr Oak lumber and plumbing dealer, died Thursday at the Mary Lanning Hospital, Hastings, Neb. He was born Aug. 26,1915, at Narka. Surviving are his wife, Iria; two sons, Steve and Gary, both of Burr Oak; a daughter, Carol, Portland, Me.; two brothers, Leon, Crawford, Colo., and Vaughn, Flagstaff, Ariz.; a sister, Mrs. Dorothy Stewart, Paris, Calif.; six grandchildren and a great-grandchild. Burial will be in the Burr Oak Cemetery. The Kramer Funeral Home, Mankato, is in charge. MRS. MARTIN E. KELLER Word has been received of the death of Mrs. Ingrid S. Keller, 24, formerly of 215 N. 10th, Salina, Nov. 8 as the result of an auto accident at Columbus, Ohio. Mrs. Keller's body was returned to her native home of Hillbronn, Germany, for burial. Surviving are her husband, Martin E., 718 State, and a son, Francis J., of the home; her mother, Lotte Bernhagen, and grandmother, Selma Drexel, both of Hillbronn. Mrs. Keller had lived in Salina three years and had worked at the Kenwood View Nursing Home. MRS. FRED H. HUSBANDS SR. Mrs. Elizabeth Husbands, 63, Abilene, Texas, the mother of Mrs. John C. Ryberg, 824 Highland, died Nov. 11 at Abilene. Burial was Friday. Mrs. Husbands was bom June 2, 1918, in Clarksville, Texas. She was the daughter of the late Clyde Milan, player and coach with the Washington Senators baseball team. She attended Texas Christian University and was a member of the Junior League and the Episcopal Church of the Heavenly Rest. Memorials can be made to the American Cancer Society, 719 Highland. MRS. CLARENCE ZABEL ATHOL — The funeral for Mrs. Phyllis Lavoe Zabel, 50, Athol, was Thursday at the St. John Lutheran Church, Athol, the Rev. Robert H. Carter officiating. Burial was isn the church cemetery. Mrs. Zabel died Monday in a highway accident near Athol. She was born Jan. 29, 1931, near Gaylord. She was a member of St. John Church. Surviving are her husband, Clarence; a son, John, Manhattan; three daughters, Mrs. Christy Masleid, Austin, Tex.; Mrs. Deborah Weltmer, Smith Center, and Evelyn Zabel, Lindsborg; her father, Ernest Hermanns, Gaylord; three brothers, Fredrick Hermanns, Mesa, Aria.; Burdette Hermanns, Gaylord, and William Hermanns, Tahlequah, Okla., and two grandchildren. The Simmons Mortuary, Smith Center, was in charge. The family suggests memorials to St. John Church. MRS. CHUCK YOUNKIN OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. - The funeral for Mrs. Pamela Younkin, 29, Oklahoma City, will be at 10 a.m. Monday at the Resurrection Cemetery Chapel, Oklahoma City. Mrs. Younkin, the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dunham, 713 Carl, Salina, died Friday at Mercy Health Center, Oklahoma City. The family suggests memorials to the Central Oklahoma Hospice Organization, 4500 N. Lincoln Boulevard, Oklahoma City. The Smith and Kernke Funeral Home, Oklahoma City, is in charge. Andrew Young will speak Wednesday at Marymount LUCKY WINNER - B.T. Jilka (right), owner of Jilka Furniture, 131 S. Santa Fe, presents a $50 bill to Phyllis Winters, JOMrnal Photo Salina Rt. 5, who was selected Saturday as The Journal's Bonus Day winner while shopping at Jilka's. Andrew Young, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations and recently-elected Atlanta mayor, will speak at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Marymount Fine Arts Theater. His talk is titled "The Third World and the United Nations." It is sponsored by the Marymount Student Government Association and is open to the public. He will answer questions from the audience after the talk. A reception will follow in the Fine Arts ballroom. Young will have a news conference at 6 p.m. in the Little Theater prior to his talk. He was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives from Georgia in 1972, the first black congressman from Georgia in 101 years. He was re-elected in 1974 and 1976. He was a close associate of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and organized voter registration and community development pro- grama. He also has been active in the National Council of Churches and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. He is an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ. Tickets at $3 are on sale in the Marymount Fine Arts box office Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to noon and 1 to 5 p.m., or by calling 825-2101, ext. 202, or 825-9898. WILLIAM H. ODGERS The funeral for William H. Odgers, 87, formerly of 232 S. llth, will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the First United Methodist Church, the Rev, I^onard Clark officiating. Mr. Odgers, who had been a Saline County fanner and dairyman, died Friday at Tempe, Ariz., at the home of a daughter. He was born Jan. 28, 1894, at Haddam and came to Saline County in 1919. He was active in community affairs here, helped establish the first Saline County Farm Bureau and was a past president of the organization. He also was past president of the Saline County Fair Board and helped 4-H clubs. He had been a member of the Planning and Zoning Board and the Dairy Herd Improvement Association. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church. Surviving are two sons, Richard C., Escondido, Calif., and Lawrence H., Garden City; two daughters, Mrs. Maxine 0. Davis, Tempe, Ariz., and Mrs. Barbara Brollier, Bellevue, Neb.; a sister, Mrs. Minnie Fox, Belleville; nine grandchildren and five great- grandchildren. Mr. Odgers' wife, Crecy Alma, died June 1 of this year. Entombment will be in Mausoleum Williamsburg. Friends may call at the Ryan Mortuary. The family suggests memorials to the First United Methodist Church. MRS. LELAND TAYLOR HOLYROOD - The funeral for Mrs. Beulah Grace Taylor, 78, Holyrood, will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the Grubb-Parsons Funeral Home, Ellsworth. Graveside services will follow at 12:30 at the Burrton Cemetery. The Rev. Dennis Smith will officiate at both services. Mrs. Taylor died Friday at the Central Kansas Medical Center, Great Bend. She was born Aug. 25, 1903, in Sedan. Her husband, Leland, died in 1977. She is survived by a son, George, Holyrood; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Jane Fast, Burrton; three grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. A memorial has been established with the Assembly of God Church, Great Bend. Friends may call until 7 p.m. Sunday and from 8 a.m. Monday until the service at the funeral home. DOYLE WICKHAM Word has been received of the death Nov. 9 of Doyle Wickham, 62, at Somerset, Pa. Mr. Wickham formerly lived in the Longford and Wells communities. Surviving are his wife, Betty; five children and two brothers. MRS. BUFORD TUCKER MANKATO — The funeral for Mrs. Wilina E. Tucker, 61, Ionia, was Saturday afternoon at the Kramer Funeral Home, Mankato, the Rev. Swank officiating. Mrs. Tucker died Wednesday at her home in Ionia. She was born June 10, 1920, at Ionia. Surviving are her husband, Buford; two daughters, Mrs. Judy Marie Falk, Burlingame, and Mrs. Connie C. Holden, Hays; a brother, Clifford Thomas, Topeka, and seven grandchildren. Burial was in the Ionia Cemetery. The family suggets memorials to the Heart Fund or the Arthritis Fund. HAROLD H. HERSH HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. The funeral for Harold H. Hersh, 68, was Nov. 7 at Sts. Simon and Jude Catholic Church in Huntington Beach. Burial was in the Grand Shepherd Cemetery, Hungtinton Beach. Mr. Hersh died Nov. 3 in Huntington Beach. He was born Sept. 19, 1913 at Vine Creek, Kan. He was a retired sales manager for General Mills. Survivors include his wife, Rita and seven sons. One brother, Cecil J. Hersh, a former Salinan, died last May. Wialliftl EXTENDED OUTLOOK Monday through Wednesday Continued dry with no significant temperature changes. Lows in the upper 20s and 30s. Highs in the 50s and low 60s. SALINA WEATHER At City Airport, 9 p.m. Saturday: Temperature 58F; Barometer 29.83 in.; Wind S 15 mph; Relative Humidity 83%; Precipitation since Friday 0.00 in. (Metric — Temp. 14C; Barometer 1010.2mb; Wind S 24 kph; Precip. 0.00cm) Friday's High 65 (18C); Record is 76 (24C) in 1899 and 1944. Friday's Low 41 (5C); Record is 1 (- 17C) in 1940. BROADWAY t SOUTH STREET - SALINA 238 W. 6TH STREET - CONCORDIA 510 DEXTER - CLAY CENTER Tin tollowiii itra in MSN'S "Mbit A Dul Wi'vi (it For Yw" Silt clrcilir it toby's Siliu lnrul ku NlinMfortk«ki(Mi|illiwsali. 23 PC. PRECISION SCREWDRIVER t TOOL SET CORRECTION MIS. SMIIH'S PUS SHOULD K CHEF PIlUE PUS. OCEAN SPUY CRAIHEHY SAUCE, UNIT SHOUU K JDHUWIlHCNflM. 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