Carol Gammon marionette show
DR. LEROY C. WILCOX, Provo, demonstrates the use of his puppets which he made for 'Rumpelstiltskin', a children's marionette show which will be shown in the Provo Public Library this week. Maralee Loveridge, 7, will have a key role as the queen. Library Marionette Shows To Be Given Wednesday Provo and Orem public libraries ha,ve scheduled marionette shows in the children's section this week. "Rumplestiltskin", a marionette play, will be presented in the Provo Library auditorium on Wednesday with performances performances at 3, 3:30 and 4 p.m. under the direction of Dr. LeRoy C. Wilcox. The marionettes will be operated by Kris Jorgensen, Marilee Stocks, and Dr. Wilcpx's four granddaughters, Lori, Norene, MaraLee Loveridge and Carol Gammon. Gammon. Another granddaughter, Lori Wilcox, is the voice of the queen. Other voices are Howard Wolsey, David Rencher and Gene Hill. This program will make the end of the Summer Reading Program although children may continue to ready to obtain obtain pages for their scrapbooks. All children are invited. The Orem Public Library is using hand puppets to say "congratulations" to several hundred children who have made significant progress in the annual Summer Reading Program. An hour-long entertainment, featuring variety acts and puppet theatre will be presented at the library Saturday at 2 p.m. and Aug. 16 at 2 p.m. The shows are staged by a group of professional children's theatre enthusiasts from Brigham Young University. As "The Whistlin' Whittlin' Brigade."