High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Nov 9 1975, Page 128

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High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1975, High Point, North CarolinaDrama group to perform emperor s new clothes High Point november 1975 is by Robert Marks Enterprise associate editor the Prince Street players of new York City will pre their production of emperor s new at Andrews High school auditorium this week for the High Point children s Carousel theatre. Performances Are scheduled nov. 10 and nov. 11 at 10 1 and 4 . Each Day. The time of the specific performance to be attended by a child is indicated on his Carousel theatre ticket. The Prince Street players were founded in 1965 by Jim Eiler and Jeanne Bargy. Eiler is responsible for the Book and lyrics. He has appeared on Broadway in such musical shows As and prefer miss baggy is the co musical director and Arranger for the players. She had her own program on television for two years and who s going on has written and arranged music for singers and actors both on and off Broadway. Emperor s new is based on the Hans Christian Anderson Story about or. Stitch and or. Two tailors who make invisible cloth for the vain emperor and his court. Exhibit High Point artist Don Rogers is having a one Man exhibit of his Art work in the club House of Gilwood North apts. On Northpoint Avenue. The exhibit of 15 paintings is open to the Public from 1 . To 9 . On sunday and from 2 . To 9 . Monday through Friday. A native of Stokes where he grew up on a tobacco Rogers began painting in a studio prepared for him by his father in a vacant tenant House on the farm. Rogers moved to where he enrolled in a commercial Art class at the Burton Institute. Arts is where the Joy of Art Rogers says. Really makes life Worth a commercial artist with Acme Sample Book Rogers is a member of associated artists of Greensboro artists league and the High Point Fine Art Guild. Festival v work by six members of the High Point Fine Art Guild was exhibited in the Greensboro Guilford county festival v event in Green Sboro last weekend. Virginia Bangiola received an honorable mention for a hard edged acrylic judged for the festival. Also accepted for showing singers noted for unusual costumes history of revolution perfect for Bicentennial an outline history of the american revolution. By cols. R. Ernest Dupuy and Trevor n. Dupuy. Harper Row. 335 pages. Most of history buffs or know something about first Manassas run if you Gettys and Appomattox in the civil War. We have heard of chateau Thierry and Belleau Wood in world War i. The Battles of France and iwo Jima and Stalingrad Are burning memories to millions of us. But except for Lexington and Bunker maybe Saratoga and certainly How Many of us not readers in the period remember the sequence of fighting in the with the Bicentennial year almost upon r. Ernest and Trevor n. Father and military trained and authorities on the have written a Clear history of the fracas with the Mother country that warrants out against Singer Denver the Colorado department of Revenue has issued warrants to collect in income taxes allegedly owed the state by Blind Singer Jose Feliciano and a Feliciano director Joe Dolan says. Dolan said garnishment of Money due Feliciano enter Prises was levied on a Denver the where Feliciano is appearing. He has appeared at the restaurant periodically for the past two and the taxes alleged to be owed were for 1973. 1974 and 1975. Dolan said Friday that his office has written to a number of who come from other states to perform in concerning their income taxes. Launched the United states into the world. This relatively Short Book is not meant to be As thorough As the Dupuys earlier compact history of the revolutionary but the main tac tical and logistic problems Are covered. How Many on some television quiz would know that what has been called the most nearly perfect Battle in North America was won by Virginia s arthritic but energetic Brig. Gen. Daniel Morgan in a double envelopment of Britain s it. Col. Bonastre Tarleton at in and George Washington s stature continues to grow As one of the Foremost captains of his time. After Only 185 pages on military there Are other sections on the composition of Patriot and British an intriguing essays on women Camp followers and some selected biographies. Myca Calendar monday . Early Bird fitness . Kindergarten noon men s open swim noon noon Day Basket Ball noon noon fitness . Action club . Physical fitness class pm. Physical fitness Gass midget league basketball . Drown roofing . Karate . Y s men s club . Adult open swim . Leader s club tuesday noon men s open swim noon noon Day Basket Ball . Action club . Physical fitness class . Physical fitness class . Church league volleyball . Youth and teen swim wednesday . Early Bird fitness . Kindergarten noon men s open swim noon noon Day Ball noon noon fitness class . Action club . Physical fitness Gass . Physical fitness class . Drown roofing . Midget league basketball . Racquetball class for women . Family swim thursday . Ladies horseback Riding class noon men s open swim noon noon Day Ball . Physical fitness class . Physical fitness class . Karate . Industrial league volleyball . Adult swim lessons . Volleyball team Friday . Early Bird fitness . Kindergarten noon men s open swim noon noon Day Basket Ball noon noon fitness class . Open gym . Tadpole class . Minnow class . Pollywog class . Family swim . Youth and teen swim in festival v were works by Gay Mabel Barbara Gloria Edwards and Mary Ann Woodgeard. Juror for the festival was Warren Brandt. Auditions the High Point Community theatre will hold auditions nov. 17-18 at 7 . In the High Point theatre for its planned production of the popular a Good Charlie six persons Are in the cast of the musical. Like 60 persons to said Sandra Community theatre director for the City Parks and recreation dept. Musical director for a Good Charlie will be Barry director of the theater. Persons who want to Audi Tion for roles in a Good Charlie should be prepared to dance and read from the script. The musical is scheduled for presentation next february in the theater. Pageant the High Point Junior miss sponsored by the will be held in memorial auditorium at High Point College nov. 15 at . Print maker an exhibit of works by Mary a Winston Salem will be featured at the Garden studio on Tomahawk drive near Guilford College in Greensboro during november. The exhibit opens today with a reception in the studio from 2 . To 5 . Serigraphs and what the artist Calls Aqua graphs Are included in the which will be at the Garden studio through nov. 29. Brushwork Ric a chinese Brushwork will con duct a workshop in Brushwork through Friday this week at 4710 High Point Road in Greensboro. The workshop is being sponsored by mrs. Claire Houston. Two three hour sessions Are scheduled each Day. The first session will be from 10 . To 1 . And the second from . To . An exhibit of Chin s pain Tings will be on View during the workshops. At Guilford papa John Creech and arrogance will appear in concert in Dana auditorium at Guilford College nov. 15 at . A violin player for 40 papa John began play ing Rock and Roll music at the age of 53. He has been a member of Jefferson air plane and hot tuna and a guest Star on the Sta ship tour. Arrogance is a group being invited Back to Guilford College by the sponsoring College Union because of its popularity last february on a program with the Atlanta rhythm Section. Arrogance was formed in 1968 when Robert Kirkland and Don Dixon met at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The group also features Marty Stout on the keyboards and Scott Davison on Drums. Kirkland is the and Dixon is the producer Engineer. Circus the soviet formerly known As the Moscow state will appear in six performances in the Greensboro coliseum nov. 13 through nov. 16. The soviet circus is appearing in Greensboro As part of a 13-City tour of the United states. Performances Are scheduled in the coliseum at . Nov. 8 . Nov. . And 8 . Nov. 15 and 2 . And 6 . Nov. 16. Singers Labelle Patti Nona Hendryx and Sarah dash will sing and per form in War memorial auditorium at the Green members of the Prince Street players Sboro coliseum nov. 16 at 8 . Formerly known As Patti Labelle and the the group recently became the first Black group Ever to perform at new York City s metropolitan opera House at Lincoln Center and the first popular music act to appear at the Harkness theatre in previously occupied by the Harkness Ballet company. Labelle is known for the unusual costumes worn by the three singers. Sculpture the Southeastern Center for contemporary Art in Winston Salem is presenting its 43rd Southeastern juried Competition for painting and sculpture during november. The Competition attracted 555 entries from 285 artists in the 10-state Southeastern Region. Richard a Chicago sculptor and member of the National endowment for the arts and judged the com petition and selected 131 works by 117 artists for the exhibition. Among the artists whose work is included in the exhibition Are Robbie Tillotson and Barbara both of Denton. The show will remain on exhibition through nov. 26. Hours for the at 500 s. Main St. In Are 10 . To . Mon Day through and 2 . To . Sunday. Theater the Wake Forest University theatre will present its production of the James m. Barrie every woman nov. 12-15 and again nov. 18-22. Performances will begin at . In studio b on the eighth floor of the z. Smith Reynolds Library on the Wake Forest Campus in Winston Salem. Every woman was first produced in London in 1908. It has since been produced regular in both England and the United states. Directing the Wake Forest production is Donald h. Wolfe. Recital Bela a member of the faculty at the North Carolina school of the arts in will give a piano recital nov. 15 at . In Crawford Hall on the Campus. The program includes two preludes and fugues by Mozart s variations on a. French Nursery Chopin s sonata in b Liszt s Les Meux d Eaux a la Villa eight preludes by Debussy and Ravel s Laborado Del Gracioso. Do play before movie greed is prime motivation by Dick Kleiner Hollywood when a person has written Many screenplays based on novels and Why does t that person write an original the says Jay Presson is one simple word greed. Never written an original she says. Because of the Money. I have a Normal Streak of greed and you have to realize the big Money comes from the secondary Sale of a Book or a play to pictures. It pays to do it first As a play or and then have the movies buy that s been the Case with her new a charmer called Tell me what you she started writing that one As a but three Days into it she decided in this Case the play form was too so switched to a novel. Now Warner has bought it for plus a hefty percentage. And Shell also get to the screen play. Jay Presson Allen is an old Hollywood hand she did the screenplay of but she does t live Here. She and her producer Lewis live in Connecticut. And she has had a curious with lengthy periods of inactivity Between bursts of productivity. When she was first she went though an entire decade about writing anything. Tended a husband and raised a she says. She started out As an but gave that up after a while. She i just did t enjoy acting. It was a because that was what i thought i wanted to do. When i realized i did t like i had to do something else. Had always been an omnivorous Reader. And i Felt that i could write As Well As some of the authors i d read. So i began writing. I sold the first thing i Ever wrote a teleplay for the old suspense series and from that went into playhouse 90 and then she admits to having some outside or inside help in her writing. Her which she Are often useful to her in her work. Had thought of the Basic plot of just Tell me what you want five years she i was Hung up on a plot Point for five years. I could t work it out some How. One i woke up and i had had a dream and the whole thing was solved. I started writing it that now it s a hit and ready to be filmed. Mike Nichols will direct. The stars have not yet been she aiming at a certain now she s promoting her Book like All Good authors. It s her first time with that sort of thing. A play or a she the Star who does the and the Star who gets All the attention. But this time it s me and i find it All very tiresome and but she s doing and she does it Well. Marriage end is probed crucial conversations. By May Sarton. Norton. 156 pages. In conver May Sarton searingly dissects the death of a marriage. Poppy and Reed Whitelaw have been married for 27 years. For All those Philip an intimate has basked in the love he thought flowed from their marriage. A Phil has become such an integral part of the marriage that when it Falls apart it affects him just As strongly perhaps even More so As it does poppy and Reed. During the married Reed fulfil him self by being successful in business. Poppy had nothing. She had once hoped to be a had a Talent for but Only played at it As the year passed. At she wants a feeling that this is the last Chance she will have to fulfil herself As an As Well As be her own person. That decision is the Core of miss Sarton s fascinating which consists largely of a series of conversations dealing with the decision. Reed says his so does poppy and so does Phil. In addition but still in comments Are made by the divorcing couple s three children and their elderly mothers. Saturday . Grades gym . English Riding class . Tadpole class . Fish class . Youth and teen beginning Riding . Adult beginning Riding class . Grades gym . Open swim for grades . Pollywog class . Minnow class . Grades open gym . Open swim for grades . Youth and teen beginning Riding class . Adult beginning Riding class . Youth and teen open swim . Family swim . Adult Riding class budget hair care for the entire this 8 ii i shampoo set 5 i mom or dad special men s cutting and styling area family hair Core Center Call Susie or Barbara phone-869-6718 i Al sunday Buffet adult. Children . To . Restaurant Tratt read of Prmt f Tern a ride of Fth Iii Cutko and Loim Fruh Iii kit of who Friday sunday std Fram . To 2 pin. 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