Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 1, 1974 · Page 5
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, April 1, 1974
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'Flowers' is Top Entertainment Tantalizing tidbits, technical technique and tenacious truth showed through in the CCT spring production of "Send Me No Flowers" Saturday and Sunday. The theatre group put together a semi-professional production that pleased the crowd and provided an entertaining evening for performers and audience alike. The tantalizing tidbits were provided by the playwright, Poarasch and Moore, and delivered by the performers with a certain relish that involved the audience. Gloria ^COUR LUXURIOUS. NEW.V ti ENDS WEDNESDAY EVES.: 7:00 & 9:00 8REDFORD THE WAY Watson, though no newcomer to the CCT programs, carried her lead with a beauty and vivacity that made Judy Kimball a real experience. Her believability in her characterizations made her moments on stage a delight. The Rev. Dr. Francis L. Brockman plaved the hesitant hypochondriac with a hesitancy that made the tale of mix-ups most believable. In his first performance, he carried a heavy load with increasing surety as the performance progressed. Veteran performers of CCT, such as Art Minnich and C. E. Mcllvain, carried strong supporting roles with a touch of professionalism. It was most pleasing to observe the newcomers who give promise of continuing successes for the threatre group. I am referring to the great performances of Fred Witt as a wiley antagonist and Dale Marzolf, who might be questioned on interpretations but never on technique and acting finesse. Skip Raridon, John Gronstal, Pat Happe, Marv Polking, Gus Harnack and Mary Lewman provided the icing on a tempting cake. A fine play needs good interpretation and direction and this seemed quite clearly managed by Director Connie Irlbeck and co-director Karolee Lehman. They put together a good group and ThclrcsTlc Lounce proudly presents THE PRODIGY Super showmen from Boston who are extremely well liked in Iowa. Their unlimited talents are applied to everything from some very funny skits to some very neat music featuring brass, bass, guitar, piano, and drums. Entertainment nightly except Sunday. Show begins at 8:30 p.m. Imperial Tnn iv Boone, Iowa Make it a complete evening by dining at one of our fine restaurants Res. (515) 432-4322 June Wedding. . .Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Pottebaum, Ames, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Lois to Lonnie Heuton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Heuton of Glidden. The bride-elect is a 1971 graduate of United Community High School of Boone and is employed in Ames by Economy Fire and Casualty Company. Her fiance, a 1971 graduate of Glidden-Ralston High School, is employed by Car Parts Ltd. of Ames. A June 15 wedding is planned. made a good team effort. The lighting and sound were well coordinated by technical director J. J. Krogh. Distractions were few and far between. This is a credit to the knowledge and technique of a fine crew pulled together by Stage Manager Dave Nieland. The set design was colorful and believable. Mrs. Minnich and her crew showed savvy and creativity that make future productions seem well in hand. This writer cannot mention all of the 60 persons involved, but he can clearly compliment the production as a unit and team effort that shows commitment and theatre understanding that improves with each production. — Jim Knott. SURGICAL PATIENT BREDA — Francis B. Ulveling of Breda is a surgical Room 346, St. Joseph Hospital, Sioux City. Beat the Price Increase! Due April 4th MAYTAG only'249 REGULAR or PERMANENT PRESS CYCLE SELF-CLEANING NO-RUST POLY PUMP Our best washer \ deal. Loaded with features; A permanent press cycle and Maytag dependability.^// w , nevergef* Aeffer I wzs/ter w/t/e// SMALL, MEDIUM or NORMAL Water, Levels HOT,WARM or COLD WASH WARM OR COLD RINSE QUIET, DEPENDABLE TRANSMISSION HELICAL DRIVE PORCELAIN ENAMEL SAFETY LID STOPS ACTION IN SECONDS ZINC COATED STEEL CABINET WITH ACRYLIC ENAMEL FINISH FAMILY SIZE PORCELAIN ENAMEL WASHBASKET C3 Heating Plumbing Air Conditioning DREES Co Home Appliance Center "HOME DEPENDABLE SERVICE" Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, April 1 Calenda r Monday— Newman Study Club, Mrs. Mike Wittrock Xi Gamma Pi. Mrs. Doran Brogden Welcome Wagon Club, hospital cafeteria Tuesday- Farm Bureau Women Hospital Auxiliary board Epsilon Chi, Mrs. Thomas Kruse STOP Club, 408 W. 7th Street Fortnighters, Mrs. Thomas M. Gaffney Town and Country Club. Mrs. Christina Taphorn F.N.W. Euchre Club, Mrs. Frances Irlmeier Spela Kort, Mrs. Robert Day Community Club, Mrs. B. L. Baumhover Players 8. Mrs. Myron Sievers Q-3-Tu Club, Mrs. Bruce Fuller H.N.H. Club. Mrs. Robert Schweers Golden Circle bridge Wednesday— South Central Deanery CCW open meeting, Elk's Club U.M.W., 6:30 p.m. potluck. general meeting, Methodist Church U.P.W. fellowship tea, 2:30 p.m., Presbyterian Church Catholic Daughters, 7 p.m. dinner, 8 o.m. meeting, KC hall Q.N.O. Club, Mrs. Don Gute High Bidders, Mrs. Marvin Collison H.G. Club, Mrs. Ed Miller Golden Circle euchre Chit-Chat Club, Gayle Schleisman Broichs Visit in Washington. . .Congressman Wm. J. Scherle (R-Iowa) is shown visiting in his Washington, D.C., office with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Broich of Carroll. The Broichs were in the nation's capital with other fifth District Iowa Farm Bureau campaign managers. The managers and their wives had a breakfast meeting with the congressman and then were given a tour of the Capitol by Mrs. Scherle. Committees Formed for VIP Program Mrs. Pat Ayres of Ames, fifth district committeewoman, and Ed Flaherty, Coon Rapids, were guest speakers at the Carroll County Democratic Women's meeting at 2 p.m. Saturday at the court house meeting room. They discussed the Voter Identification Program (VIP). VIP will be conducted throughout the county com- 200 Attend CCW Event Here Su nday An estimated 200 women from the 26-parish South Central deanery of the Sioux City diocese were in Carroll Sunday for a retreat, held at Holy Spirit Church. Retreat master was the Rev. James mcCor- mick of Barnum. Fr. McCormick gave two talks in the morning, dealing with leading a Christian life and prayer in Christian life. Afternoon events included a mass and stations of the cross and ended with a holy hours. Several women from various parishes took part in the program. Mrs. Gene Duncan of Denison, deanery chairman of community affairs, was over-all chairman of the retreat. Local arrangements were in charge of Mrs. Edwin Staiert, assisted by Mrs. Jerome Goecke. Announce Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Reiff of Carroll announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Marilyn to Randy Nelson, son of Mr. amd Mrs. James Nelson of Sioux City. The couple plans a May 4 wedding at Holy Spirit Church in Carroll. **•**•* * » * *• * TUESDAY, APRIL 2nd RING SIZE WAUH CREATIVE COLOR PORTRAITS FOR ONLY Extra Charge for GROUPS en MIUMI HADE or CUKDU, MAMMA, DAD. MOM AND All IKE DTK ONU AI IHtU UMUOW HKiil SHUGART B PHOTOS GIBSON DISCOUNT CENTER East Hwy. 30 & Vine. Carroll, Iowa mittees were formed to set up the project. Workers were lined up for Ploy Cards the county convention to be held April 6 at Holy Spirit auditorium. Plans were made for a picnic in May, followed by an auction. Coffee and cookies were served by women of Ward 2. Co-chairmen were Mrs. Ron Eich and Mrs. Jack Thein. The next meeting will be April 25, with Manning women in charge. Represents LP.N.S in Washington Mrs. J. H. Herweg of Carroll, past president of the National Licensed Practical Nurses Association, was an invited representative of that organization at a meeting on Long-term Care and Implementation of Skilled Nursing Facility and Intermediate Care Facility Standards, held March 27-28 in Washington, D. C. The meeting was sponsored by the Office of Nursing Home Affairs Public Health Services divisions of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare. The first day focused on an overview of long-term care program activities and implementation of regulations governing skilled nursing facilities and intermediate care facilities participating in the Medicare and Medicaid programs. The second day consisted of workshops on such issues as patients' rights, care of the mentally retarded, and Federal assistance to meet the Life Safety Code standards. Mrs. Herweg's daughter, Mrs. Janice Wachter of Iowa City, brought her home Friday night from the Des Moines airport and remained for a weekend visit. Courtesy for Clubrooms cherj K|ocke Golden Circle Club members played pinochle at their weekly meeting Saturday night. Hostesses at the clubrooms were Mrs. Leo Augustine and Mrs. Anton Pickhinke. Women's prizes went to Mrs. William Meshek and Mrs. Margaret Sapp. Joe Sanders and Leo Sellen won for the men. Mrs. Victor Wernimont kept the traveling prize and the tally prize went to Mrs. Mike Mitchell. Cheri Klocke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Klocke of Carroll, was honored at a bridal shower Sunday, given by her aunts, Mrs. Norbert Bruening and Mrs. Clarence Morman. Twenty guests attended the party at the Morman home in Carroll. Corsages were given to the honoree and her mother, and to Mrs. Richard Collison. Bridal games were played and lunch was served. Mrs. Klocke served punch and Mrs. Collison, coffee. Decorations were in pink and white. Miss Klocke and Mark Collison, son of Dr. and Mrs. Richard Collison, will be married May 25 at St. Lawrence Church. conQiatuLata tki <_/ (L C111O ££ C7, on yout mous, to I/OUT Location and Latent faoductLon Lit ± a g^£at to th f oiuuai d joi botn you ana fo^ ditij Commercial Bank

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