Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 26, 1970 · Page 14
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 14

Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, October 26, 1970
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Students Show Mature Talent in 'The Lark' Kuemper drama department presented a play Saturday and Sunday which would be difficult for any troupe to perform under any circumstances, yet these young people lent quite a bit of authority to Jean Anouilh's "The Lark," the tragic story of Joan of Arc's trial As young people, the performers had quite a grasp of mature emotions. Debbie Vonnahme, as Joan, was, of course, the star of the show. She came through many emotionally and physically rough scenes without j Jetting the audience down. Her ease in transition from the present, her trial, to earlier . scenes in her life, was done with conviction. With the modern staging techniques, and a less capable actress, the audience would surely have been confused. One of Joan's best scenes came early in the play when her father, Jerry Schumacher, refused to believe her. Dan Quinn, playing Charles, the Dauphin, had tremendous hold on his character and provided needed comic relief in the court scene. Mary Stangl, as Yolande, was the perfect I rnother-in-law. Man Balk, as Agnes, and Teri Vanderheiden, as the Little Queen, were also excellent in this most entertaining scene. Chip Fangman, playing Beaudricourt, did a fine job. His was also a humorous interlude. Tony Brinkman *t Cauchon, Social Calendar Monday— Newman Study Club. Mrs. Edward Wieland Woman 's Bowling Assn., 8 p.m.. Red Carpet 1 J.L.C. Club, Mrs. Ed Schroeder [ A.B.C. Club, Mrs. William; Frank \ Golden Circle bridge Jensen-Henderson Vows are Repeated Toastmistress, Joe's Executive: Pla-Mor Club, Mrs. L. Club i man Round Table. Mrs. John Gnam; Honorettes Club, Mrs. Rebekah Lodge, IOOF hall Stalzer Xi Gamma Pi, Mrs. Richard Wednesday— j (Times Herald Newt Service) MANNING — Repeating wed- R. Chap- ; ding vows at Zion Lutheran I Church here Saturday, Oct. 24, Anthony i were Marva Jensen, daughter ! of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Jensen : of Manning, and Dennis Lee : Little Flower Study Club, Mrs. Henderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Baumhover Double Four Club, Mrs. Jerome John Malett Jarming ; Flower and Garden Club, Mrs. Tuesday— Rose Neppel Chapter EB, P.E.O., Mrs. Ver-: Duplicate Bridge, 7:45 p.m., non Juergens j Country Club STOP Club, 7 p.m., Standard Golden Circle euchre Farm Center Chit-Chat Club, Mrs. Roger E.S.P. Club, Mrs. Michael Kanne Flyrm G.T.O.B. Club, Mrs. Lillian Dealers 9 Club, Mrs. Bernard. Reinhart Ha verm arm 3.F.F. Club, Mrs. Dan-ell Sun- derm an Tafly-Hi Club, Mrs. Robert Lux Harvey Henderson of Denison, The double ring ceremony Courtesy for Future Bride A miscellaneous bridal shower was held Sunday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Kenneth Times Herald, Carroll, ia. Monday, Oct. 26, 1970 F I °. B iu b \, Iren ^ Lan fI n . e ! er iAuen in honor of Mary Schap^ ° ub :, MArs - 0Heider !man, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LOT Council Auxiliary 8 p.m.,, Albert Schapman . Her marriage Standard Farm Center was a very convincing old man; \A/nrir>orc f"^i\/o and his desire to save Joan! VVUyilCli ^'vc Dinner for Son seemed genuine. Craig Lyons as Warwick, was equally good. Warwick was one of the play- to Jim Macke, son of Leonard Macke, will take place Nov. 28 in St. Lawrence Church. Miss Schapman was presented with a corsage. Bridal games were played and prizes given, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wagner •, after which the bride-elect ers who truly experienced char- 1 entertained at their home Sun- j opened her gifts. Lunch was acter growth and development 1 day in honor of their son Mi- j served from a decorated tea during the play. His last scene I chael, who received his first j table. with Joan was poignant. I communion at the ten o'clock) Assistant hostesses were Mrs. i mass at St. Lawrence Church, j Tony Heitman and Dorothy The Rev. F. E. Higgins gave j Dinner guests included Mrs. ] Duncan, good direction to his students | Catherine Wagner, Mrs. Alice | , in this difficult play. And the backstage crew did marvelous work, especially in the area of costuming and set construction. In all, the cast and crew of "The Lark" deserve another round of applause.—S.H. SPECIAL! For Our GRAND OPENING DAY at the VOGUE Wednesday, Oct. 28 DRESSES $7.98 1 SO beautiful new Kay Whirneys—all sizes, and colors. The Store That is Exclutive But Not Expensive Stangl and Jean, Manning; Mr. j and Mrs. Vernon Wagner and j family of Sutherland; Mr. and| Mrs. Donald Wagner, Coon Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Copp and family, Denison; Nettie Wagner, Ceal Wagner and Bertha Reiling, Carroll. Michael's brothers, Brian and David, also were present. 1st Communion Dinner Given A dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Headlee and sons Michael and Mark on Sunday honored Michael, who was a member of the first communion class at St. Lawrence Church. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Becker and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Headlee, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Bertie Peterson, Glidden; and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Peterson, Des Moines. The Beckers were Michael's baptismal sponsors. Joining the group in the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Vincent of Sac City. A book-shaped cake was the dinner table centerpiece. Michael received gifts and cards in recognition of the occasion. I Dedham. Honored at Baby Shower Mrs. Tom Volquartsen of Carroll was guest of honor at a baby shower given Saturday night by Mrs. Greg Winchester of Iowa City and Joyce Riese of Lidderdale, at the Wayne Weeks home. Mrs. Volquartsen is the former Linda Reiman. Guests were ten former classmates of the honoree and hostesses. Mrs. Volquartsen was given a pink carnation to wear, and pink was carried out in decorations and lunch, in honor of her infant daughter, Jodi. She also received a gift from the group. Couple Sets Wedding Date DEDHAM — Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meiners of Dedham announce the engagement of their daughter Roseanne to J. Patrick Lenz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lenz of Carroll. The wedding will take place Dec. 26 in St. Joseph's Church, was performed at 1:30 p.m. by the Rev. E. F. Heinicke before an altar decorated with bouquets of orange and white mums tied in the bride's colors, olive and orange. Mrs. Dorothy Jusel played the nuptial music before and after the ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was gowned in, white satin. A lace panel on! the front of the floor-length I dress was repeated in the train which was attached at the waistline with a large white bow. Her three-tiered veil, adorned with seed pearls, was secured by a lace-backed crown. She carried a flowing bouquet of white mums with trailing cushion pompons. Mrs. Terry Jensen of Carroll was matron of honor for her sister-in-law. Bridesmaids were Jodi Hiatt of Manning and the bridegroom's sister, Deborah Henderson of Denison. They wore floor-length dresses of olive green satin trimmed at the empire waists with orange velvet. Completing their en -j sembles were orange gloves I Club Holds Weeky Meet Golden Circle Club held Its regular meeting Saturday night at the clubrooms, where hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schleisman. Pinochle wag played at five quartet tables and two three-hand tables, and a cooperative lunch was served. Winning women 's prizes at the four-hand tables were Mrs. Lucille Schriner, high, and Mrs. Mamie Heider, second. Greg Schroeder won high for men and Joe Sanders, second. At the other tables, Mrs. Vic Wernimont and Mr. Schleisman won high prizes. The traveling prize went to Oliver Deming. Big voice and broad gestures run in the Castro family, apparently. Unlike brother, Fidel, however, Juanita Castro speaks out against communism. Here, she addresses Tokyo convention of Anti-Communist League. Castro's Sister Personal Paragraphs Mrs. Schmitz at Legion Orientation (Times Herald New* Service) ARCADIA — Mrs. Lewis Schmitz attended an American Legion Auxiliary orientation and refresher course at the Veterans Hospital in Iowa City Thursday. On Saturday Mrs. Schmitz who is department president, attended the Fourth District Fall conference at Olwein. Mrs. Merle Witt was accompanied by Mrs. Larry Kjar of Storm Lake and Mrs. Keith i ,nH „n,„ ^ u - i Mrs - T - B - Wills arrived home ! Mark, a student at the Univer- 1 Julchs of Fort Dodge to Fort land olive green headbows with ! Saturday after visiting her sons- s itv of Iowa This was Mr j Polk, La, where they attended orange-trimrned streamers.; in . ]aw and daughters, Mr. and! Schoofs' 8th official visitation the graduation of their hus- :=„•.„_ ^ C . a u d . e u^°, U i Uets were i Mrs - Al Perr y of Elizabethtown, j as UCT grand counselor of | bands from basic training in the Ky., and Mr. and Mrs. Carljiowa; Mrs. Schoofs is the Aux- i U. S. Army. The three women similar to the bride's. She was was j Sanaker of Chicago. ! away three weeks, having ac- Steve Neppl, Denison, best man. Groomsmen were Terry Jensen of Carroll and ! c ° m P anied the Sanakers when Bruce Jensen of Manning i they concluded their visit in Manning, brothers of the groom. Ushers were Mike Bilsten of Manning and Steve Schurke of Deloit, cousins of the couple. Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Al Boss attended the convention of the Iowa Auctioneers Association, Three hundred guests were!held Saturday and Sunday at In the New Thomas Plaza Across South of the New Chamber of Commerce Building GRAND OPENING Announcing the Grand Opening of our new store — Oct. 28, 9 o'clock. We have had so many requests, letters and telephone calls to start over — we decided to do just that. We are located in the new Thomas Plaza — just south across from the new Chamber of Commerce rooms. We will open with entirely new merchandise, new fixtures and everything new — and we are happy to announce we will carry the same lines of dresses and coats as we did before except for a few lines, which we have replaced which we think are better. Furthermore we are in the low rent district, therefore, we can be exclusive but not expensive. And we are happy to announce we will be staffed by the same familiar faces, the friendly, courteous and helpful clerks we had before, namely: Mrs. Grace Ryan, Mrs. Rosella Gietz Johnston and two hostesses with the mostest to greet you as you enter. Bertha Gietz to greet all her old friends and customers and Mrs. Robert (Barbara) Olsen with her sunny disposition to give you a beautiful flower and to register for 4 lovely dresses. PRIZES ]st Prize-$25.00 Dress 2nd Prize-$16.75 Dress 3rd Prize-$15.00 Dress 4th Prize-$ 9.00 Dress IRENE McDONALD (Owner) entertained at a reception in the church fellowship hall from two until four o'clock. Mrs. Henderson is a 1970 graduate of Manning High School. The bridegroom is a 1967 graduate of Denison High School and will be stationed at Austin, Tex., with the United States Air Force. The couple will live in Austin. Entre Nous Is Entertained Dr. and Mrs. Guy Jones were hosts for the monthly dinner party of the Entre Nous Club, entertaining at their home Friday evening. The dinner table centerpiece was a fall arrangement. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Pascoe were guests other than members. At bridge, Mrs. C. E. Mcllvain and John Juergens won high prizes; Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown, second. the Tall Com Hotel in Marshall' town. Principal speaker was Richard H. Winters of Grinnell College, who addressed a large number of auctioneers and their wives. Robert Winegarden, Pocahontas, was elected president. Dean Polking and daughter Molly of Fort Dodge visited here Saturday and Sunday with his mother, Mrs. A. J. Polking. Returning home with their father and sister were Kris and Mark; they had come Friday with their mother, who spent the day visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Greg Winchester of Iowa City spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and J Mrs. Wayne Weeks and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Winchester iliary's grand sentinel. MONUMENT TO A BIRD Salt Lake City, Utah, has a monument to a bird. It was designed to commemorate the sea gulls which attached a horde of grasshoppers which was devouring the wheat fields of the settlers in 1846. left Arcadia on Wednesday and returned Monday evening. The Rev. and Mrs. Theodore Tews and Mrs. Frieda Grundmeier visited Thursday until evening in the Alvin Tews home at Council Bluffs. The Tews granddaughter Becky Strathman of Omaha accompanied them to Westside for the weekend. HOSPITALIZED Mrs. Henrietta Holstein of Carroll is a patient at St. Anthony Hospital. She is in Room 225. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schoofs attended Grand Counselor Day activities of the Clinton UCT Council 331 and Auxiliary 75, Saturday. Afternoon meetings were followed by a banquet and entertainment. They were Saturday overnight and Sunday guests of Mr. Schoofs' brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Donnelly and family at DeWitt. En route to Clinton Saturday they visited their son IT'S FUN IN OUR "PUMPKIN PATCH" Some pumpkins — you'll find alt shapes and sizes on our Hallmark Halloween cards and party sets. Come in and take your pick of fun things to haunt your Halloween festivities. K. of C. Bldg. — Carroll, Iowa Long distance savings start as early as.. Drawing Wed. Evening, 5 p.m. and you do not need to be present to win. No purchase necessary. WEE! Starting as early as 5 p.m. weekdays and all weekend, you can dial direct out-of-state to anywhere in the continental U.S. (except Alaska) and talk 3 minutes for 75^ or less. Call early, dial direct and save. (§) Northwestern Bell

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