September 9, 1971

'OPAL' PROPERTY CREW: Taking a long list of items and turning it into usable and period properties is the job of the people pictured here — Carroll Community Theater's property crew for "Everybody Loves Opal." Some of the "dump-type" props required for the play include used tea bags, battered teapots, gunny sacks, wooden barrels and a coal-burning heater. The play, fourth of the community theater's productions, will be presented Sept. 25-26 at the Carroll High School auditorium. Tickets may be purchased at Pokey's, the Chamber of Commerce office and the Corner Inn or from members of the theater. Pictured are (from left) Mrs. Charles A. Beahm, Mrs. Richard Watson, Mrs. John Ragaller, Mrs. Robert McKone and Beahm.

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