The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 24, 1969 · Page 3
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Friday, January 24, 1969 V«ft*iM tout STUCK IN THE APPLE TREE AT BAYTOWN LITTLE THEATER Kenny Neavel as the "apple thief, Chris Hinds and Pat Ruyle who plays Cramps in "On Borrowed Time" Baytown Little Theater Announces Play Opening " Baytown Little Theater's production of the fantasy comedy, "On Borrowed Time", scheduled for Feb. 7, 8, 13, H and 15, is recommended entertainment for young and old alike. The age-old fairy tale theme of a wish come true is brought up to date when Cramps wishes rhetorically that no o could come down from his apple! tree without his say so, only to' find that wish granted. He takes advantage of the fact when Death (Mr. Brink) comes for him, by tricking that being up in the tree. In spite of all consequences, he is determined that his grandson's prudish, spinster aunt will not get the boy and his inheritance in her clutches. What comes of his trick is up to theater-goers tp see. Pat Ruyle, well known for his acting and directing talents, does an admirably gruff job as the grandfather, Julian Northrup. Ruth Smith returns to the Baytown Little Theatre stage after several years absence in the part of Nellie, Northrup's warm and patient wife. James Der, also a regular performer and director, takes the precisely worded part of the haughty Mr. Brink, much disgruntled at being treed in so undignified a manner. Another well known face at the theatre is Alton Herring in the part of Dr. Evans, long lime friend of Gramps, whose desperate efforts to prove Mr. 13rink isn't real involve the final services of a mouse. "On Borrowed Time" brings several new faces to the arena as well. Chris Hinds, age 10, is playing his first role as Pud, a mischievious youngster deeply devoted to his Gramps and a parrot to Gramps' unfortunate way with words. Nettie Busby makes her t'irsl appearance as the objectionable aunt, Demelria Riffle, out to prove Gramps is insane and escape with Pud and his money. Patti Manuel, also a student, plays the part of Mtircia GiJos, a young girl who stands with Gramps and Pud in their fight against Demetria and her plans. Harold Hooper, an engineer, piays Mr Pilbeam as his first on- Two Disney Efforts Here Two Wait Disney Productions ''Horse in Die Gray Flannel Suit' and "Winnie the Pooh and (In Blustery Day," are now showinj, through Tuesday at the Brunsoi Theater. Like all Wall Disne; Productions, these arc recorn mended for enterlainmenl fo: the entire family. "Horse in the Gray Klanne Suit" is about a man namct Bolten (Dean Jones) who i given just 2.4 hours to come u; with a super-colossal campaig to sell an indigestion remedy. Bollen's resulting brainstorn involves a big, dapple gray steed lhal turns out to be a champion jumper. The featurette, "Winnie I he Pooh and the Blustery Day," is based on the books by A. A. Milne and lakes the audience on another adventure with Winnie the I'ooh and his cartoon friends. stage performance. This con- used family friend and lawyer does all in his power to avoid the vhole matter. George iMueller, a chemical engineer playing his second role at Bay town Little Theatre, is Mr. Grimes, head of the mental nstitution. Francis Hardey, an electrical technician who will be •emembered for his per- brrnance as the doctor in "Life With Father", appears as the sheriff. Other new faces are Kenny Neavel. age 8, as a young apple hief; Bill Foster, a young man well known backstage, as a workman; and Gillian of Japhet's Glen as the family dog, Betty. Dorothy Lefkovits makes her directing debut following in the steps of the famed Joshua Logan, who first directed "On Borrowed Time" as a New York success in 1938. Reserved seats may be obtained by calling the box office, 424-7617, between 2 and 5 p.m. beginning Feb. 3. Tickets are priced at $2 for adults, $1.50 for students. An 8:30 p.m. curtain time is set for all performances. Library | Lines | By AUDREY MAESEK Parties are an important part of every youngster's growth and development. They are not only good fun but they teach youngsters the joy of entertaining, and how to be good hosts and hostesses. However, sometimes creating a special party for a certain age can be quite a challenge for a parent. If at the moment you're feeling unglued because of the problem, you can relax. We have at Sterling Municipal Library a book titled "Successful -Parties and How to Give Them" by Marjorie Wackerbarth and Lillian S. Graham. This book is planned to help those who want their children to learn the art of social entertainment. Good parties don't just happen. They are planned so that there will be no wallflowers and no dull moments. Starting with "Fun for the Very Young", the authors give party plans for ages three and four, the tricycle set, and appropriate birthday party ideas for ages five and six. "Party Fun for Special Days" gives good ideas and suggestions for Valentine's Day, Washington's birthday, St. Patrick's Day and April Fool's Day. An "Eggciting" Easter party is planned for ages eleven to twelve and the eight to ten year olds are told how to plan a successful Mexican fiesta. Patriotic Girl Opens Jan. 29 "Star Spangled Girl," a Neil Simon comedy, will open at Holiday Dinner Theater wth Francie Mendenhall, David Doty and Don Rausch playing the politically opposed trio. All the conditions are wrong lor romance to flower as the amorous and political conflict of a pretty, athletic girl and a couple of intellectual young men who put out a protest magazine against the Establishment meet in an apartment house. The Star Spangled Girl was brought up with patriotic principles and will settle for nothing less. The men think she's a square, but a triangular romance develops. Marietta Marich directs the comedy which made such a hit on Broadway during the 1966-67 season and has been traveling across the Lf. S. ever since. Dean Goss' dinner theater opens nightly at G:30 with a buffet dinner served from 7 to 8 p.m. Curtain time is 8:30 p.m. nightly except Monday. Reservations can be made by calling 666-4146. The comedy opens Jan. 29 for a month's run. Obtained Decision Negroes have had the same accommodations as whites on street railways in New York since 1855, thanks to a court decision obtained by Chester A. Arthur, who later became president of the United States, according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. For deeds well done, Christopher Robin throws a party for heroes Pooh Bear and Piglet, while their hundred acre wood pals, Kanga, Tigger, Rabbit, Owl and Little Roo, join the doings, in this scene from Walt Disney's animated cartoon featurette, "Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day," This featurette along with Walt Disney's /'Horse in the Gray Flannel Suit," is now playing through Tuesday at the Branson Theater. TIJE SUN'S SPOTLIGHT \ \ \ \ \ FOCUSES ENTERTAINMENT i \ \ \ \ \ Library Best Sellers The New York Times' Weekly Best Seller List includes the following titles which are available at Sterling Municipal Library. Phone 427-7331 if you wish to reserve these books. The Salzburg Connection. Maclnnes Airport. Hailey Preserve and Protect. Drury The First Circle. Solzhenitsyn The Hurricane Years. Hawley Force 10 From Navarone. MacLean Testimony of Two Men. Caldwell The Money Game. "Adam Smith" On Reflection. Hayes & Dody The Arms of Krupp. Manchester The Rich and the Super-Rich. 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