The Sunday Herald from Provo, Utah on December 15, 1968 · Page 11
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December 15, 1968

The Sunday Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 11

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12 Sunday Herald SUNDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1968 Ulsh County, Utah St. Francis Christmas Play Slated Tonight Christmas will come to the St. Francis Catholic School tonight when the St. Francis Music Department presents "Christmas Pudding," a play written by Fred Barber and| Mark Hauzen, two seniors at the high school. The program will begin at 8 p.m. tonight In the St. Francis High School Auditorium. Directed by Sister M. Juliana, the program participants include students from each grade. Both the grade school and high school will combine to present the production which will feature a solo by Jacob Lujan, a first grader, singing 'I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Glaus." Linda Archuleta, senior, will also entertain the fourth grade with "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town." The finale, performed by the combined junior and senior choirs, will be "0 Holy Night." The play is open to the public and there is no admission charge. IN THIS SCENE from "The Horse In the Gray Flannel Suit," Dean Jones tries some cquestriane acrobatics with the four-legged star of the picture. It opens Dec. 20 at the Uinta in Provo as that theater's Yulcthne movie fare. 'Horse in Gray Flannel Suit 1 Coming to Uinta A picture for everyone is a thumbnail description of' the Walt Disney production "The Horse in the Gray Flannel Suit" which opens Dec. 20 at the Uinta Theatre in Provo. It will run during the holiday sea- ion. It co-stars Dean Jones and Diane Baker, and is based on the book "The Year of the Horse," by Eric Hatch. It's all about a harassed New York advertising executive who desperately builds a way - out promotional campaign around a horse in order to sell a cli- ent'i product, save his job and .pay for his daughter's expensive equestrian hobby. What en- eues is e fast moving modern adventure Involving a big, dapple-gray steel that turns out to be a champion jumper. In lending realism and authenticity to the production, the most exciting portions of a Washington, D.C. International Horse Show were filmed for the fuspenseful climai of the pic- ture. Here some of the finest jumping stock in the horse world is seen in actual competition. This was done through the cooperation of the Washington International Horse Show Association and the American Horse Shows Association. Santaquin Legion Hall Gets Face Lifting SANTAQUIN — The American Legion Hall is getting a cace .lifting to help convert it into a senior citizen and recreation center. Remodeling of the building began Ms week under the direction of the City Council with Ellis Tuckett as work director. The building will be re-roofed, stuccoed and completely renovated inside. 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COOrOUTMl FOXffieatre City Recreation Lists Holiday Skating Plan CHECKING OVER THE script for "Christmas Pudding," a play to be presented by the St. Francis Catholic Church tonight at 8 p.m. in the school auditorium, are Gayle Williams, right, Glee Club president, Linda Archuleta, accompanist, and Fred Barger, who helped write the production. The Prove City Recreation Department announced Saturday its seventh annual recreation holiday ice skating program will get under way Dec. 24 at the Winter Garden Rink, 469 N. 900 E. A general registration will be held at the rink Dec. 24, beginning at 9:30 a.m. with free skating for all enrolled. Instruction will begin Dec. 26, and continue Dec. 27, 30 and 31. There will be two sessions— 10 a.m. till 11 a.m., and 11 a.m. | till 12 noon— for beginners, intermediate and advanced or figure skating ability. Classes will be limited to 25 students per instructor, there will be 45 minutes of instruction with 15 minutes free skating. 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