The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 25, 1965 · Page 18
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July 25, 1965

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 18

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2B KACfNE SUNDAY lULLETIN Sunday, July 25, 1965 Summer Theatre at Horlick High School (Continued from Page IB) sonality-wise, are very different in our directing approach and technique." Starring in the summer stock production of Wilder's satire story is Pat McGraw, who played Mrs. Henderson in "Teach Me How to Cry." Pat, who graduated this June from Horlick, has more maturity, sophistication and dignity on stage than most amateurs. As Sabina, during last week's first rehearsal without scripts, she did more than say her Well-memorized lines. She was Sabina. Sabina was played on Broadway In 1942 by Tallulah Bankhead. Co-starring with her as George Antrobus was Frederic March. Playing Mr. Antrobus in the summer stock production here is Jon Christiansen. Karen Smith will portray Mrs. Antrobus, the role played by Florence Eldridge on Broadway. Peter Root takes the role of Henry; Roberta Goldstein has the part of Gladys. "The Skin of Our Teeth" Opens with a slide projected on the backdrop: "New Events of the World." An offstage atmouncer says, "The management takes pleasure in bringing to you—the news of the world." Another slide: the sun appearing above the horizon. The announcer: "Freeport, Long Island, The sun rose this morning at 6:32 a.m. This gratifying event was first reported by . . ." • • The Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy is a story of the extraordinary adventures of the Aritrobus family down tlirough the ages — from the time the great wall of ice creeps over the world to the end of the war. The whole play is a testament of faith in iiumanity — it is wise as well as wacky. As Wilder described his play: "The Antrobuses have survived fire, flood, pestilence, the seven-year locusts, the ice age, the black pox and the double feature, a dozen wars and as many depressions. They run many a gamut, are as durable as radiators, and look upon the future with a disarming op­ timism. Alternately be- I witched, befuddled and becalmed, they are the stuff of which heroes are made — heroes and buffoons!" "The Skin of Our Teeth" is tribute to their indestructibility. Horlick's summer stock players, all of them, will appear on stage at one time or another. Many will play three or four parts. Mooney admits it would have been gratifying if more students had accepted Horlick's invitation to p a r t i c i p ate in the summer workshop. (All local junior and senior high schools, and several college students, were invited to auditions in June). But the students are working as a co-operative unit they make the props or bring makeshift ones from home; they paint and build the sets; even Sabina is sewing her own costume. Teach Me How to Cry" and "The Skin of Our Teeth" also will be presented Sept. 23 and 25 at Horlick's Little Theatre. The production scenes shown here are from Horlick Summer Theatre's first presentation, "Teach Me How to Cry," written by Patricia Joudry. Director was James E. Welker. Pictured at right as two teenagers are David Bakewell, as Will Henderson, and Sue Valentine, as Melinda Grant. Below, Melinda talks to her stage mother, portrayed by Evy Morris in the July 9 and 10 production. The drama, concerning the normal and abnormal problems of teenagers, had three sets and two acts. All sets were on stage throughout the play. This simultaneous staging was handled with special lighting and sound effects. Teachers Marry in Church at Blanchardville The marriage of JoEllen Colden and John N. Burns, both teachers in the Unified School District, took place July 17 at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Blanchardville. The bride, daughter of Mr. Wayne Daniel Wachs Takes Bride in Redeemer Lutheran Ceremonies iiiliii^HiWl Junior Vances Are Married in St. Sebastian's with tropicana roses, golden wave roses and foliage, completed their ensembles. Kenneth Thrun served as best man. Completing the Joint Service in England i:Wi.;^<:::..i -:».•;^ia: —Burns Studio MRS. JOHN BURNS (JoEllen Colden) Blanchardville, is a graduate find Mrs. Floyd C. Colden of of Clarke College, Dubuque, Iowa. Her husband is the son of Mrs. Walter Broughton of Hollandale and the late Joseph Bums. He was graduated from Platteville State University. The former Miss Colden wore a gcwn of chalk white crepe with three - quarter sleeves and a square neckline. The cathedral length train fell from the shoulders. A pillbox of lace secured her fountain veil of Swiss illusion and she carried phalaenopsis orchids and stephanotis. Mrs. Michael Burns of Madison, sister of the bride, v/as matron of honor and Mrs. Dennis Gordon and Jiiaureen Joyce were the bridesmaids. Their floor length gowns of peony and pink peau de sole had popcorn lace at the sleeves and waists. Matching picture hats and cascades of Fuji mums cofnpleted their ensembles. Anne Marie Colden, sister of "the bride, was the flower girl and Gregory Burns, the bridegroom's nephew, was the ring bearer. Michael Burns was his brother's best man. Kenneth and Lawrence Bums were groomsmen and Patrick Burns and Steve Zieike ushered. A^amJly dinner and reception took place at Thym's, Dodgeville. The marriage of Carol Ann Callewaert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Callewaert of 2625 Wisconsin St., Sturle- vant, to John D. Vance Jr., son of the senior Mr. and Mrs. Vance of 2819 Highway 41, Sturtevant, took place on June 19. The Rev. Aurelian Wojciechowicz performed the 11 a.m. ceremony in St. Sebastian's Church. The rosepoint lace and taffeta bridal gown had a square neckline and long tapered sleeves. Sequins dotted the bodice and were repeated on the tiers of the voluminous skirt, which extended into a train. Her Swiss illusion veil fell from a caplet of lace and seed pearls and she carried a bouquet of white Amazon lilies, tropicana roses and ivy. Gail Heflen was the honor attendant and bridesmaids were Georgia Meyers, Camille Jensen, Kathy Miller and Lorena Virgin. Their lettuce green floor length crepe sheaths were topped by white lace empire bodices with scoop necklines and three- quarter sleeves. Matching caplets with beehive veils, and bouquets of white carnations LONDON — (m — The Church of England and Protestant churches are planning to co-operate in serving the religious needs of 5,000 people who will be housed on the site of the Croyden Airport in South London. It is planned that an Anglican priest and a Free Church (Protestant) minister should live next door to each other and jointly work the new housing estate. The Rev. Alan Gibson, vicar of St. Michael's, South Beddington, whose parish includes the airport site, said: "We first got together at the local level, then obtained the backing of our respective church authorities. All denominations will combine to put up the money." The plan is for a joint hall which can be used for both services and meetings. Anglicans would use it for communion Sunday mornings, the Free Churches would use it later, and both might have a joint service in the evening. The Congregationalists are carrying out negotiations with the Church of England on behalf of the Baptists, Methodists and Presbyterians. Why Women Have Headaches Medical doctors and social scientists point to a wide variety of reason for nervous tension — and headaches — among women. These range all the way from boredom and loneliness to menstruation, pressures of raising children, inadequate emotional outlets, monotonous chores and lack of outdoor recreational activities. A housewife must cope with innumerable problems — as wife, mother, housekeeper, shopper, hostess, chauffeur, teacher and home nurse. Says Dr. Margaret Mead: "The new equipment in the home has combined with other trends in making the life of the American homemaker not easier but more exacting." Frustrations and anxieties are often inevitable, especially if she is over-conscientious. THINK Why follow the sit-ins and sign-wavers without question? Cheryl Lee Heaton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Heaton, 3428 Elderberry Road, and Wayne Danie Wachs Were united in marriage Saturday. Officiating at the 6:30 p.m. ceremony in Redeemer Lutheran Church was the Rev. B. P. Wallschlaeger. After a reception at the Eagles Club, the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs, Harry H. Wachs of 5612 Middle Road, and his bride went on a trip to Seattle, Wash. They will make their home at 1508 Walter St. Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a white floor length gown with ong sleeves and a train of tiered Chantilly lace. Her crown detailed white net, aurora borealis stones and pearls. She carried a colonial bouquet of white and light blue carnations and ivy. Mrs. Earl Draper, the bride's aunt, was matron of honor with Sue Wachs, the bridegroom's sister, as bridesmaid, and Linda Beth, his cousin, as unior bridesmaid. Each wore a baby blue floor length ensemble. Their blue veils were attached to headpieces of pearls and aurora borealis stones, and they carried colonial bouquets. Julie Wachs, the bridegroom's niece, was flower girl in a costume identical to those of the attendants. The bridegroom's brother Bruce Wachs, was his best man. The bride's brother, Patrick Heaton, was groomsman, and her cousin, Larry Mork, was junior groomsman. Another cousin, Lee Draper, was ring bearer. Ushering the guests were Earl Draper and Clarence Gene Stephan. Mother of the bride was attired in a white and pink lace dress with white accessories with a pink corsage. The bridegroom's mother selected a white outfit with blue accessories and a blue corsage. The bride, who is employed at Lincoln Lutheran Home, was feted with a miscellane< bus shower before her wedding by her aunts, Mrs. Russ Mork and Mrs. Earl Draper. She also was honored at a party given by the bridegroom's mother and aunt, Mrs. Melvin Beth. The bridegroom is employed by American Motors. w9 — ZBhns Studio MRS. RICHARD ERICKSEN (Karen Dugan) Karen Dugan, R, E, Ericksen Plight Troth —Bamuel's Portrait Marianne Poorman Autumn Bride-elect Mr. and Mrs. John A. Poorman of Robinson, 111., announce the engagement of their daughter, Marianne, who resides at 2500 Jacota Drive, to Roger Level, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cloid I. Level of Des Moines, Iowa. A September 4 wedding is being planned. The Lutheran Church of the Resurrection was the setting for the July 17 marriage of Karen Maureen Dugan to Richard Erick Ericksen. The Rev. Roger Knudson officiated for the 6 p.m. ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Erlandson of 414 Lafayette Ave. and her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edvard Ericksen of 2808 Rapids Drive. The bride selected a ballerina length gown of taffeta and Chantilly lace for her wedding. The skirt featured a bouffant overskirt in a scalloped design and was caught by a crushed cummerbund to a lace basque. A crown of pearls held her veil and she carried a cascade of white roses and ivy. She was given in marriage by Arvid Erlandson. Mrs. Norman Wuorinen, the bride's sister, was matron of honor and the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Clyde Gatzke, was bridesmaid. Both were attired in floor length empress styled gowns of shrimp color and each carried a cascade of white and tropicana roses with ivy. Attending the bridegroom were Leo Perfetto, best man and Kenneth Emerson, a cousin of the bridegrom, as groomsman. Norman Wuorinen, Clyde Gatzke and Charles Jacobs were ushers. For her daughter's wedding and reception at Wergeland Hall, Mrs. Erlandson wore a coffee lace sheath with matching accessories and a corsage of green and white mums. Mrs. Ericksen, the bridegroom's mother, wore a taupe lace over taffeta dress with a shrimp hat and corsage of shrimp and white mums. Upon their return from northern Michigan, the bridal couple will reside at 1225 Buchanan St. RELAX Summer is the time to relax outdoors. MRS. JOHN VANCE JR. (Carol Callewaert) wedding party were Richard and Larry Vance, John Raymond and Dennis Worden. Several hundred guests attended the reception later in Vance's Bar 41. The bride's mother wore a gown of lettuce green taffeta brocade with white lace stole, and the mother of the bridegroom was in pale blue nylon with matching accessories. Corsages of both mothers were white cattleya orchids. The junior Vances are residing at 2836 89th St., Sturtevant, after a trip to the Black Hills, Denver, Las Vegas, California and New Mexico. 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