The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on May 23, 1974 · Page 5
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Fills Hi.) iHflll Thuis.,lla|l23,1974 5 Audition dates set May 27-28 for 'Oliver' STEVE KUGLER AWARD WINNERS - Top FFCC drama award winners, announced on Drama Award Night, included (left to right) Harriet Foss, Greg Olson, Patrick Lucking and Connie Schwartz, as well as Dianne Hovland who is not pictured. These were selected for the Steve Kugler Award from over 60 students who participated in the drama department productions this year. (Journal photo by June Barnum) Five 'bests' announced at I CC Drama Awards Night The announcement of sophomores Patrick Lucking, Greg Olson, Dianne Hovland, Harriet Foss and Connie Schwantz as recipients of the Steve Kugler Award as best actors and actresses on the Community College Stage was the highlight of the Drama Award Night held in the college theatre Wednesday evening, May 15. The five were selected from a record number of more than 60 student performers and crew members who participated in Marriage Licenses Timothy Arlo Brabow, Henning, and Nancy Nyberg, 18, Vining. 18, Lou Gordon Allen Gutzmer, 38, 203 W. Charming, and Dale lone Anderson, 22,203 W. Channing. Charles Henry Sherwopd, 43, Pelican Rapicls, and. Bernice Elaine' Nelson, 34', Pelican Rapids. Stephen Joseph Doll, 22, Perham, and Paul Jane Scheidecker, 20, Perham. BEEF KABOB KIJVTCH Kabobs add excitement to outdoor cookery. Cubes or strips of beef threaded on skewers with fruits or vegetables are easy to ready for the grill and delicious when served from it. Let it be "each to his own" for a fun and fast way to conviviality. The vegetable and fruit pieces should be of the size to cook or Heat through, as necessary, by the time the meat is done and 'riot before. the theatre program during the 1973-74 school year. Lucking is best remembered for his roles as the banished Duke Signior in "As You IJke It" and the wicked prison warden, Mr. Lockit in "The Beggar's Opera," while Olson starred this year as Jacques in "As You Like It," as Leonardo in "Blood Wedding," and as Mr. Peachum in "The Beggar's Opera." Dianne Hovland was selected on the basis of her comic roles as Audrey in "As You Like It" and the scatterbrained Mrs. Peachum in "The Beggar's Opera." Miss Foss, the only one of the five who began her college acting career as a sophomore, was selected for her performances as Leonardo's wife in "Blood Wedding" and as the heroine, Lucy Lockit, in "The Beggar's Opera." Connie Schwantz starred as Rosalind, the girl- turned-boy in "As You Like It," as the mother in "Blood Wedding," and as Mrs. Trapes in "The Beggar's Opera." Nine actors and crew members received Second Awards (symbolic of having worked in at least four productions over the past two years) and 22 received First Awards (for work in at least two productions this year). Those receiving Second Awards were Chad Eschweiler, Dianne Hovland, Duane Johnson, Tom Klason, Jeff Ledding, Pat Lucking, Greg Olson, Rod Schultz and Connie Schwantz. Those receiving First Awards were Bruce Baltzer, Craig Bullock, Nancy Diiro, Harriet Foss, Marc Godfrey, Connie Goudy, Laurie Hanson, Julie Hauger, Ken Herbranson, Peter Kastella, Melanie Luh, Cindy' Olson, Curt Ostenson, Marybeth Rorvig, Paul Steussy, Myla Sumstad, Tim Swedberg, Randy Thiel, Don Waage, Margaret Wenino and Paul Wenino. In presenting the awards on behalf of himself and co- director Jim McDonald, Lee Krogh thanked those present for their loyalty and dedication to the demanding discipline of the theatre, adding that what they have learned about self- discipline, teamwork, and the importance of concentration may well be more important than any acting skills they may have acquired. ENGAGED KATHY JOHNSON Mr. and Mrs. Harvey R. Johnson of 1233 Foothill Ct. announce the engagement of their daughter Kathy to Larry Denny, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernell Wangerin of Parkers Prairie. A June 8 wedding is planned. 7048 A Lovelier You LISTEN, AND YOU SHALL HEAR By Mary Sue Miller A woman is assured of an audience if she is a good listener. Her attention soothes a speaker's ego. Moreover, she is a winning example of courtesy in a careless world. But there's more to being a good listener than lending a pearly ear. You have to put your mind in it. Doubtless you have had the experience of talking to someone whose eyes flitted around the room. You knew of course that he or she was not paying attention. And then you became a bit disgruntled, fee-ling that your words were considered of small import. Or that a rudeness had been tendered you. Mannerliness demands one's full application to the sense of what the speaker has lo say. Besides, (hose who listen wilh a half-ear remember only half of what is said That would be no loss in the instance of hurtful gossip. But it is an enormous drawback in important areas of operation —business, social, academic or homo. To qualify as a good listener, never fail to lonk the speaker diieetly in Ihe eye. 11 helps you focus your concentration and thus belter interpret the meaning nf the words spoken. While listening, try to cateli the mainstream of thought, rather than every detail. The small points sink in and can be recalled, when your mind absorbs the big idea. Above all. LISTEN! THE EYES OF YOUTH Yiul .in- ""I In- 1 l " *"'l'l'f"' li'.inlv Wi .HIM- I'f il.uk i llrlr-, |i;ilfi;ii'--, ,,i viinikl,-- .M.'ini.l l!-.i- m-. 111."'- |i|i«M,-m- •Mil U- l.Ti'ililll lllliliT • iHli.'l I" |-ii'l'i-i -•>!•> •••«••. '-I'-u'-i-"' 1 .i|i|ilii-ili,iii-. ln-.llli luliil- .nut i',.,..| -M.,.-!....- Mill,'.!-.'"' l';ur up to m) phic* 1 * in rasy- Knii. ti;iniinniziiiK tops! Hiilti-r for you. imllovn for him: Knii of s|K>rt yarn in '.! colors in altt-rnalinp baby anil higher cables. Pattern 7'Hv Mi-n's sizes 3>i-r2: Miss- cs' x-lx inrluilcil. 75 CENTS for pattern. Add 25c for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Alice Brooks, Daily Journal. 161, Needlecraft Dept., Box 163. Old Cheslea Station, New York. N.Y. 10011. Print Name, Address. Zip. Pattern Number. Auditions for "Oliver!," the 1974 summer community theatre musical production, have been set for Monday and Tuesday evenings, May 27 and 28, in the Humanities Building Theatre at Fergus Falls Community College. Auditions for the boys' choruses are scheduled for 7:30 both evenings. Auditions for all other roles are scheduled for 8:30 both evenings. Auditions are for actors, singers and dancers of all ages. "Oliver!" is the popular Broadway musical which Lionel Bart adapted from Charles Dickens' "Oliver Twist." The play features two boys' choruses—one a group of workhouse boys, the other a gang of juvenile pickpockets. The lead role of Oliver also calls for the acting and singing of a young boy. Boys trying out for these roles should be in fifth, sixth and junior-high grades and have unchanged voices. "Oliver!" will be presented for six performances July 5 through 9 at the Community College Theatre. Rehearsals will begin Wednesday, May 29. The number of singers, dancers and actors in "Oliver!" is flexible, but the directors hope to use up to one . hundred performers. "Oliver!" includes several popular songs from the Broadway 'musical stage including "Where Is Love?" "As Long as He Needs Me," "Who YAACA dance classes to perform Students of the YMCA dance classes will be presented in a recital at the Fergus Falls Junior High auditorium Friday, May 24 at 8 p.m. The instructor is Judy Colby who is affiliated with the Delores Colby Dance Studios in Detroit Lakes. The program will consist of three parts opening with two classical ballet dances to the music of "Walpurgis N'ight" by Gounod. The younger dancers perform in a fairy tale "Once Upon a Time" which includes the royal court, the peasants, and the entertainers. The final section of tap and jazz dances by the more advanced students includes music from the movies: "Cabaret,,' "Deliverance," and "Super- fly." Christine Pawlyszyn, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Julian Pawlyszyn, will do a Ukrainian character dance to the music "Hopak." An admission will be charged. Delores Colby Dance Classes will resume at the YMCA the first week of September. COOKING IS FUN BUFFET LUNCH Seafood Salad Rolls Toffee Bars Beverage TOFFEE BARS Great cookie from a good cook in Winnetka, 111. 1 cup butter or margarine 1 cup packed light brown sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 cups unsifted flour 1 egg yolk Two frounce bars milk chocolate with almonds Cream butter, sugar and vanilla; beat in egg yolk. Gradually work in flour, using your hands if necessary. Pat over bottom of a 15 by 10 by 1 inch jellyroll pan; smooth with a small metal spatula. Bake in a preheated 35Megree oven until lightly golden — 15 minutes. Meanwhile break up chocolate at demarcations; as soon as cookie dough is baked place chocolate pieces over top and return to oven until chocolate softens — 2 minutes. Remove from oven and with the small spatula spread chocolate so it covers top. Cool. Refrigerate until chocolate is firm — about 5 minutes. Cut into bars. Store in a tightly covered tin box in a cool place with wax paper or plastic wrap between the layers of cookies. Will Buy?" and the bouncy "Consider Yourself." Participation in "Oliver!" is open to all ages in the Fergus Falls area. It is a community service project of Fergus Falls State Community College. Jim McDonald is drama director for this production, Geneva Eschweiler is music director and Mae Fleming is choreographer. This is the same team that produced "Carousel" in 1972 and "Show Boat" in 1973. The "Oliver!" project includes all phases of dramatic production. Anyone who can work on set design, stage and prop construction, costuming, make-up, publicity, or any other area should contact one of the directors at the Community College. IN SENIOR RECITAL—Jane Kan (left), pianist, and Carolyn Moen (right), flutist, will present a joint recital Sunday at' 3 p.m. in the community college theatre. Both are members of the All-State Band and plan to attend Coocordia College, Moor head, in the fall. Jane, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Frank Kan of 125 E. Vasa, studied piano for 4Vi years with Mrs. Dorothy Andstrom. Carolyn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Moen of 515 Lundy's Lane, is a student of band director Al Jacobs who will serve as her piano accompanist. Stephanie New berry (above center), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack N'ewberry of Route 1, will join Miss Moen In a flute duet in Sunday's program which is open to the public at no charge. (Journal photo by June Barnum) ATt Carved | .Love 15 Rings » PUPPETS TO TELL THE STORY —Mrs. Truman Holte of EvansviHe (left) and Mrs. Erwin Lickmann of Fergus Falls show the puppets which will star in 'David and Goliath,' in a Good News Rally \ for children, Saturday afternoon in Battle Lake and Saturday evening in Fergus Falls. Left to right, they are Goliath, David, a soldier, and King Saul. {Journal photo by June Barnum) Good News Rallies PERSONAL I I n A I cmd SOCIAL planned Saturday Two area Good News Rallies will be held Saturday, May 25, designed for children of all ages and from all denominations (as well as adults). In the afternoon the rally will be presented in Battle Lake from 2-3:30 at Halvorson Park (in case of rain at First Lutheran Church), and in the evening the program will be presented from 7-8:30 at First Baptist Church, Fergus Falls. Featured at the rallies will be a puppet presentation of "David and Goliath," employing puppets made by Mrs. J. Arthur Johnson of Fergus Falls. Also featured will be a missionary story, "Doming, the Popsicle Boy," dramatically told by Mrs. Truman Holte of EvansviHe. In addition to group singing, special music will be provided by two children from Fergus Falls — Tommy Rudd and Debby Lickmann. Similar rallies have already been held at Henning and Staples, and another is planned for EvansviHe on June 8. These are the first such rallies intended to become an annual spring event sponsored by the interdenominational Fergus Falls Chapter of Child Evangelism Fellowship. There is no admission charge, but a free-will offering will be taken. Pre-school children should be accompanied by an adult. Church activities Stavanger Luther League Family Night will be held Sunday at 8 p.m. Pastor Joel l.unde will present his chalk talk and music. Lake Region Hospital • Gary Lien, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lien of Fergus Falls, completed the farm equipment mechanics course at Alexandria Area Technical Institute and has accepted employment with Engen's Repair, Wendell. Terry Jay Tucker graduated magna cum laude from Moorhead State College during commencement exercises Thursday afternoon, receiving a BS degree in Special Education. He is the son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Joe DeMesy of Route 3. They say everything | you reel She makes you happy! Life is alive and intense. calm and intimate. You love her 1 . Give her the diamond love ring that says everything you feel, ArtCarved. A - CAPITA B —GOLDEN EPOQUE SET ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEMENT Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Martin of Fergus Falls Route 3 and Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Sandbeck of Fargo, N.D., announce the engagement of their daughter and son, Susan and David. A June 15 wedding is planned. Miss Martin, a graduate of Fergus Falls High School and Moorhead Area Technical School, is employed by Border States Electric of Fargo. Sandbeck, a graduate of Kargo South High, is a junior at North Dakota State University. Discharged May 22: Herman Andersen, Brocn Home Julius Bjornstad, Underwood Henry Elton, Pelican Rapids Mrs. Ernest Johnson, Battle I-ake Glen Kenyon, 824 E. Fir Raymond Larson, Elbow I-ake Mrs. Kenneth Link, 923 N. Park James Phillips, 1215 E. Fir Manford Sampson, 503 W. Channing David Sperling, 525 N. Cleveland Adults $1.50 —Children Under 14 -50c Inc. Tax PHONE 739-9667 -I 1 l.'i » Ir.'M'-l. HIT. l'.\ t> OK '"' V'Hif 1" •••"'• »f l'li» I •' !'•";•. -rlf .i.l.iti— i-il. DELINKS COLBY IWE Present a DANCE REVIEW Friday, May 24 - 8:00 p.m. FERGUSFALLS JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Admission: Adults.. .$1 —Students.. ,50c 'Good News" Rally Invites You! DAVID & GOLIATH Puppet Show Saturday, May 2.1 2 p.m. llahnrxni Park Biilllf l.akp 7 p.m. Baplisl Chimh Fergus Falls FREE Win, OFFERING FERGUS DRIVE-IN Fergus Falls - Friday, & Saturday, May 24 & 25 3 - SPICY HITS - 3 All Rated R OUR REMEDY FOR ROMANTIC FEVER! 3 DARING DfUGHTS GUAMNTKD TO COM Ail! Giant Dusk-lo-Dawn-Sun. g, Man., May 26 & 27

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