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No Time for Social Life, Donna Reed Complains Donna Krrd thr first momrnt the port. 1 w.'is n.v UK K KU;IM:R MA St.-iff ("orrrsponclriit \! \\ ^> OKK •—'NT'A^— Kvory- t-oiiy i \cept Donna Hoed is stir- n; .M-(i that Tin- Donna Heed Show i, - i< i r - full-' hlasi ;n its soc- und yc.ir. \Mien i i started, n o- II o (1 Y was tOO the former Deni s o 11. 1 o \\ a. farm girl. •Tiii \cry im III o (i e s t." she s;;\s. "Init 1 al- \\ays thought it v .is good, ("roir. 1 ;is.:rced to do l, ; ,|<|i\ with it - luippier Hiiin with ;•,!•>• other parl I've ever luid ;iny- dne reason slie's happy is that slio isn'l niessin.C around \villi the iMotiuelion. even though it's a fani- •Iv enterprise. Her husband. Tony r,\\en. is the man who runs the j v.hole enterprise. Hut Donna will co nothinp oxeept act. "I'm an aelress," she says, "not ,i producer, film editor, writer or, MM designer. There's too much of; tlv other thiiif, Roini: on in Holly-! v.ood — actors who arc in on cv-; \rytliinp from llio script to the cut- tm'u. I~ pel a script, and 1 act. | period." : She did liavc one important say j in the creation of the show. \Vlicnj i! was homy cast, she insisted that; 11 ic two children chosen to play; )u r TV offspring come from happy I )Kmies. She'feels that, unless kids j come from happy homes, they are-! n't "happy actors." j And Donna also tries to make j ; ure that her own. off-screen family (four kids> is a happy group. She does this by being off on weekends, when they're home from school, and "wrapping my free weekend in cotton" with two relatively easy days on Friday and Monday. Those are rehearsal days, when she leaves the house at 10 and is home by three. Only Tuesday through Thursday are full days of work. "The only thing that suffers.'' she says, "is our social life. .We don't have any." Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, Oct. 19, 1959 Westside Women Attend Workshop (Times Herald >'ews Service) WESTSIDE — The Fall Workshop of the Northwest Iowa Re- pional Women's Guild of the United Cnurch of Christ was held Tuesday, Oct. 13, at Hartley. Attending from Westside were Mrs. Harold llracht. Mrs. Invin Thiedeman, Mrs. Arthur Schlosser, Mrs. Leonard Schlosser. Mrs. Reynold Hag- KC. Mrs. Willis Peterson, and Mrs. E. 0. Schuman. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Burnett and family. Battle Creek, their guest, Fred Sigler, Sioux Falls, S.D., visited Mrs. Hattie Voege Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schroeder. Mr. arid Mrs. Harold Schroeder <ind family, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Fielwieber were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Schroeder Friday in honor of their daughter, Sarah, on her 7th brithday. W. W. Strathman, Walter Johnson and Walter Noack left Saturday to spend several days fishing in Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hagge and Mr. and Mrs. August Hast, Deloit, returned Friday evening from a iishing trip to Minneasota. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jensen, Council Bluffs, and Mrs. Jim Poole, Papillion, Neb., spent Sunday at! the Manuel Aschinger home. i Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gezel, Des j MoiiK-s. were weekend guests of' Mr. and Mrs. Carl Koepke. Mr. Ge-' ;-el returned to Des Moines Sunday: evening and Mrs. Gezel remain- i (d in llie Koepke home for a week's ' visit. ' Mr. and Mr;;. William Kock visited Mr. and Mrs. Johannes Thies ; at Denison in honor of Mr. Thies' birthday. Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schoe.ssler were i •'.Irs. Gusty Krute and Faye Glo-' ber. i Women's Guild Hears Program On 'Near East' (Times Hi-raid News SrMlrc) WKSTSIDK — The Women's Guild of the United Church of Christ met Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Hubert Wilken presented the program on the Near East. Mrs. Willis Peterson, president, cond- niieted the business meeting. Roll call was a free will offering. One gue.il, Mrs. Kenneth Dixon, was present. Table grace was sung before lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. Melvin Dixon. Mr. and Mrs. John Oeser and family were dinner guesls Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Welding at 1'remont. Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Loroy Wiebers, accompanied by Mrs. Johnnie Slender and Mrs. Henry Jcssen, drove to Omaha Saturday. They visited Johnnie Slender and Henry Jesscn at the Veteran's Hospital. Mr. Slender entered the hospital Tuesday and underwent a toncillecto- my Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Roster- munclt. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nulle. and Mr. and Mrs. Wall Rolhmcy- cr, Westside. were among those attending the wedding of Susan I-irandt, Wheat on. 111., to Lt. James Rostermundt Sunday afternoon at the Presbyterian Church in Manning. Mrs. Darrell Arne.il and daughters. Jody and Jacqueline, arc staying at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brotherson. Jacqueline was born Oct. 2 at St.. Anthony Hospital at Carroll. Detmar Arncil, Carnarvon, is the paternal grandfather. Mr. and Mrs. George Dreessen were dinner guesls Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose, in observance of Ihe 5th birthday of Margie Rose which will occur Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Shields and family. Dallas Center, were dinner and supper guesls Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Rutherford. The state motto of Rhode Island ; is: "Hope." Many Relatives Attend Funeral of Joseph Willenborg (Times Herald News Service) DEDHAM — Relatives from a distance attending the funeral of Joseph Willenborg at St. Joseph's Church here included Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Willenborg, Buena Vista, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schwaller, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Fisher, Mrs. Tony Ligouri, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Willenborg, Mrs. Catherine Willenborg, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Daniels, Mr. and Mrs. William Schreck and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Turin, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Caldwell, Lidderdale; Mrs. Minnie Willenborg and Mrs. Ida Willenborg, Manning; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hahne, Omaha: and Mr. and Mrs. j Eldon Atilt, Storm Lake; and many other relatives and friends from Carroll, Coon Rapids and! Templeton. ; David Tigges. Marvin Kannc, j James Sporrer and Robert Mein- j crs, all students at Loras College, j Dubuque, spent the weekend at | their homes here. j A family dinner party honoring ; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Loxterkamp j of Carroll on their 54th wedding anniversary was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mar- j vin Loxterkamp at Laurens. Oth-; ers attending besides the honored | guests were Dr. and Mrs. Ed- i ward Loxterkamp. Barbie and David, Rolfe; Mrs. Clara Smith, Leo Loxterkamp, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Schreck, Dennis, Jerome and Patsy, Dedham; Charles Smith, Laurens; and Martha Kay, Mary Jo and Mark Loxterkamp. The Rev. P. M. Mattes and Kathryn Tillman, Maple River and Frank Wiskus and daughter, Mathilda, were Sunday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Weitl. TKKAT . . . Audrey Ili-plnim admits a sign marking a stirri ii.imrd in her honor in Doom, Holland. 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