The Gazette and Daily from York, Pennsylvania on March 6, 1957 · Page 21
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The Gazette and Daily from York, Pennsylvania · Page 21

York, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, March 6, 1957
Page 21
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-r ? The Gazette and Daily, York, Pa., Wednesday Morning, March 6, 1957 21 Legion Show York Post 127, American Legion presents "Plain and Fancy," a musical play with book by Joseph Stein and Will Glickman; lyrics by Arnold B. Horwitt and music' by Albert Hague; opening tonight at 8:30 p.m. at William Penn Senior High school to run through Saturday. Produced by Denis Du-For, staged by Bertram Yar-borough, choreography by Eric Schepard. Cast Of Characters Ruth Winters . . Dorothy Gerhart A Man Bernard Naftal Another Man Richard Day Dan King Dale Uffelman Katie Yoder Bernie Thrush Papa Yoder . . . George Gerberick Isaac Miller Arthur High Emma Miller . . . Maretta Hamme Ezra Reber Kenneth West Hilda Miller .... Isabel Zortman A Young Miller . . Teddy Schaefer Another Young Miller Patricia Connolly Peter Reber r Ray Ness Rachel Elizabeth Sweitzer Samuel Zook Gary Sigel Abner Zook Bernard Naftal Samuel Lapp Richard Day Moses Zook Ted Schaefer Ike Pilersheim .... Ronnie Lady , Abner Zook William Shaffer Jacob Yoder Sam Hykes An Amislunan .... Gordon Gundy Bessie Shirley Rohrbaugh Sarah Nancy Lou Conaway Esther Harriette Leeson Rebecca Carrie M. Schaefer Mary Nancy Rahe State Trooper . . William Shaffer "Plain and Fancy" will be coming home to Pennsylvania Dutch country tonight when it is produced as York American Legion post's 34th annual production. The musical of course concerns some doings of the plain people and where except maybe in Lancaster county could the former Broadway hit find a more sympathetic audience? Back as producer is Denis -Du-For,-managing director and producer of the Iroquois Amphitheater in Louisville, Ky. Eertram Yarborough, who .staged last year's "South Pacific" and "Paint Your Wagon" three years ago, again is director. Last summer he directed a chain of Music Circuses in New Jersey. An all-local cast is featured. Clair Brenner directs the orchestra, with choral direction by Ralph Woolley and Annette Roussel Pesche the pianist. ' In the singing ensemble are: Aria M. Briggs, Nancy Lou Conaway, Janis Fickes, Donna Geesey, Loretta Hunt, Harriette Leeson, Nancy Rahe, Shirley Rohrbaugh, Audrey, Beverly, Carrie and Ros alie Schaefer, Sara Schlag, Albert J. Shultz, Elizabeth Sweitzer, Lois Wallace, Richard Day, Gordon Gundy, Sam Hykes, Ronnie Lady, Bernard Naftal, Wayne Rodgers, Ted Schaefer and William Shaffer. The dancing ensemble includes: Linda Abrams, Barbara Cressman, Nan Gray, Martha Hespenheide, Patricia Keehn, Judy Koontz, Isobel Kramen, George Ramos, Donna Rice, Gene Hoke, Jimmy Miller, Larry Seitz and Gary Sigel. TO ENROLL AT TEXAS Tyler, Tex. UP) Mrs. Autherine Lucy Foster, first Negro "to at- MT. WOLF THEATRE Wed. & THURS., MARCH 6-7 BARBARA STANWYCK BARRY SULLIVAN in "THE MAVERICK QUEEN" In Naturama & Trutolor Shows at 7 and 9 P. M. CARD PARTY Pitch and 500 NORTH HARFORD HIGH SCHOOL FRIDAY, MARCH 8- 8 P.M. LAST 2 DAYS Doors Open 11:45 A. M. Features 12:10, 2:30, - 4:50, 7:15, 9:35 LANCASTER IS TERRIFIC Nominated for ACAMEMY AWARD KATHERINE HEPBURN Best Actress TECHNICOLOR flTCHM STARTS TONIGHT Doors Open 6:45. Feature 7:15 & 9:10 "THE GREAT MAN" JOSE FERRER JULIE LONDON A WILLIAM GOLDMAN THEATRE Mtr AT CABLI SLC FREE CAR PARKING PHONE 82114 Matinee 2 P. M. Evening from 7 P. M. TODAY & THURS.! y9 ii!k TOWN THATCHER LEIF ERICKSON MARTIN BENSON and NAT "KING" Cflf F pl Am and OPADCH SMASH BROADWAY HIT . Straight from two year run. A tremendous musical comedy based on Pennsylvania Dutch. AMERICAN LEGION SHOW March 6, 7, 8 and 9 8:30 P. M. Wm. Penn Hi Auditorium, York FOR TICKETS PHONE 82776 Reserved Seats $3.00, $2.40, $1.20 (add $.60 per seat for Saturday performance) General Admission $.50 (add $.50 per seat for Saturday performance) Tickets on Sale American Legion Box Office 133 West Market St., Phone 82-776 Central Ticket Agency Continental Square, Phone 7136 tend the University of Alabama, said in an interview she intends to enter the University of Texas in September. EAST Of! MARKET PHONE 2-3587 .CONTINUOUS FROM I P.M. 2ND BIG WEEK! The True and Wonderful Story of COL. DEAN HESS CLERGYMAN TURNED FIGHTER PILOT! is UNIVtRSAL-JNTEJt NATIONAL PrcitnU ROCK HUDSON Buttle M2MN V Cinemascope-technicolor. CO-HAMINO I MARTHA HYER DAN DURYEA don wore CONTINUOUS FROM I P.M. STARTS TODAY! JtBgnEifcGBDtnijnitD A woman by day...a monster by night! Maria Tom Touch ENGLISH-CONWAY-CONNORS A Carmel Production An AMERICAN-INTERNATIONAL Picture A thousand years of naked TERROR! ' : ' PAMELA RICHARD ALLISON DUNCAN GARLAND HAYES TERROR THAT SCREAMS LAST DAY "3 Violent People" & "Women of Pitcairn Island" Starts TOMORROW Doors Open 11:45 A.M. itk BARBARA HALE JAYC. FLIPPEN . Print by Technicolor THE KING OF ROCK'N'ROLL alaci mm I3 SK-FRANKIE LYM0N tU the hen agcis LAVERN BAKER CHUCK BERRY features 7th CAVALRY 1:35, 4:20, 7:10, 9:55 ROCK ROCK ROCK 12:10, 2:55, 5:45, 8:30 ) leaved us... to Make you... Put yourself in the hands of an Arthur Murray f teacher and your success is guaranteed Let an Arthur Murray teacher be responsible for making you a good dancer. Before you know it you'll be doing all the latest dances. That's because ' they all stem from Arthur Murray's famous, basic, step-discovery "The Magic Step". This key step is so easy to learn that even beginners can master it in one lesson. So come in now and get started on a life of fun and good times. Studio open daily from 10 AM to 10 PM for visitors. v ARTHUR MURRAY SCHOOL OF DANCING 15 E. MARKET ST. YORK, PA PHONE 7628

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