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December 10, 1951

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Family Ousted From Church; Housewife Fasts ODESSA, Tex. «>>—Wrapped in blankets and armed with a Bible, j an Odessa housewife was fasting in the Seventh Day Ad%'entist Church baptistry today — a protest against! her family being ousted fromj cnurch membership. I It was the third such fast forj Mrs. Ben L. Roden, 36. One last! week was over in a few minutes. | The other lasted eight days in Oc-i tober. I The October fast ended when; church leaders promised an offi-j cial 'answer within three weeks on| the question of,her family's church! standing. Meanwhile, the door of the church was back but not installed,. Church ! officials said she and her husband' took the door off its hinges and! carted it away. Sheriff's officers' persuaded Roden, to return it but he didn't put it on the hinges. I Mrs Roden said she would go, without food until her family is j restored to full church member-! ship. She and her family were ousted; two years ago. They were said toi belong to "The Shepherd's Rod," ; a church body whose beliefs differ from Seventh Day Adventist teach-' ings. ; Chinese ming trees & shadow; boxes. Phone 7504 evenings, j THE CLOCK BUY WITH FINAL REHEARSALS are cast members for "Born Yesterday," the Kokomo Civic Theater's second production of the current season, which will be shown at 8:15 p. m. Tuesday and Wednesday in the Kokomo High School Audilorium. Shown in a scene from the play are left to right, above, standing, John Schley, Dr. Irvin M. Borish, August Cazula and Charles Rupley. Seated are Mrs. Robert E. Hamilton, left, and Mrs. Leo Zimmerer. Tickets for the play are available at Community Chest Headquarters. (Tribune Photo). Civic Theater's Newest Play Opens Tuesday Bond Chairman Has Christmas Gift Suggestion Record Relief for SOUR STOMACH For heartburn, gas. acid Indigestion. Still only lOc. s TUMS FOR THE TUMMY Phone 5013 AMBULANCE SERVICi Cast members for "Born Yesterday," the Garson Kanin play which the Kokomo Civic Theater will (present at 8:15 p. m. Tuesday and Wednesday in the Kokomo High School Auditorium, are in the j midst of dress rehearsals which i began Saturday night. j Leading roles in the play are the [parts of Harry Brock and Billie Dawn, played by August Cazula SPECIAL THIS WEEK SHIRTS...5 90c Beautifully Laundered Finest Quality Workmanship . . . TRY US LONG'S CLEANERS and Mrs. Robert E. Hamilton, respectively. Cazula, who is cast in | the part of a "big man" in the i junk business, is ,a newcomer to j the civic theater group, although ;he worked in amateur dramatics in Ohio before moving to Kokomo about 15 years ago. He is employed | by the Continental Steel Corporation. Mrs. Hamilton, in the role of Billie, a dizzy blond, has been ac- i tive in the local drama group since early. last season when she appeared in "The Trial of Mary Dugan" as the lisping chorus girl. She served as propman on the production, "Mr. Dooley Jr." A Delco Radio Division employe, she finds i time for her home, her two children, her stage activities and 'is, I additionally, a student. The role of Devery, Brock's slightly alcoholic legal advisor, will | be played by Dr. Irvin Borish, | whom Kokomo audiences remem- j ber as the judge* in "The Trial of i Mary Dugan," the precise profes- isor in "Our Town" and the pomp- at a 'P>dcel&fjfct£ve>i£ Fine Dias. set in 14K yellow or white gold $50 Matching Wedding Ring (No Diamonds) 15 Matching Wedding Ring (5 Diamonds) 50 Fine Diamonds, set in 14K yellow or white gold ... $75 Matching Wedding Ring (No Diamonds) 15 Matching Wedding Ring (4 Diamonds) 45 ous, roaring senator in "Two Blind Mice." Paul Verrall, the young political reporter who becomes Billie's tutor, will be played by Ed Nicklaus, an employe of -the Haynes Stellite Company, who is making his first appearance with the Kokomo thespians. John Schley. another Stellite em- ploye and newcomer to the civic theater, has been cast as Eddie Brock, Harry's "yes-man." Charles Rupley, also making his first appearance with the group, will play the part of Senator Hedges. Rup^ ley, who is a Delco employe, has had previous experience with other dramatic groups. Playing the role of the senator's wife will be Mrs. Leo Zimmerer who served on the makeup committee for the initial production of the season. Although "Born Yesterday" will mark her first appearance with the local dramatic group, she was formerly associated with the Indianapolis thespians. Jack Frack, well known to local audiences, will make his debut on stage for the Kokomo Civic Theater in the role of assistant manager of the hotel, a short and humorous role. Mrs. Eleanor Howard, a charter member who has bee v n in several performances of the local group will play the part of the hotel maid, while Mrs. John Tranbarger, also a veteran worker in the group, will be the manicurist. The bootblack's part will be interpreted by Clare Saul, who was the boisterous elevator operator in "The Trial of Mary Dugan." The role of the barber has been assigned to a local barber, Eldon Templin Jr. Two bellhops will be Jack Holmes, a newcomer, and Joe Carey, who played a leading role in "Our Town." "Born Yesterday" is being directed by Mrs. Robert Funk with the assistance of Mrs. Louise Newlove. The set. was designed by John and Betse Lewis. Mrs. Richard Fague is in charge of hand props while Mrs. Dan Troy is serving as house manager. Tickets are available at the Community Chest Headquarters, 213 N. Buckeye St everyoody, not only lor the thrifty bond saver but for all Americans since saving helps to fortify the whole economy of our country. ' "Local banks and postoffices are! giving an attractive gift jacket free to E Bond buyers as long as the limited supply lasts," Mitchell added. "The cover is a color re, . j production of a painting of the A suggestion for a Christmas, Three Wise Men following the Star gift "at once patriotic arid prac- ! of Bethlehem." tical, that grows in value through the years and is a better buy today than it was last Christmas" is made by B. D. Mitchell, chairman of the U.S. Defense Bonds Committee for Howard County. "That is the Series E. Defense Bond," Mitchell explained. "These bonds have been popular as Christmas gifts since they were first issued in 1941. Within the past year, the life of all E Bonds, whether issued in the past or to be issued in the future, has been extended for an additional 10 years beyond the original 10-year maturity period. The owner simply holds onto the bonds and they continue to grow in cash value each six months up to the twentieth year. 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The Ladies', Aid Society of the Christian church met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. James" Hall, who was assisted by Mrs. Edward Small, Mrs. Ralph Cook, Mrs. Emil Huffman and Mrs. Beulah Hall. The missionary lesson was given by Mrs. Manfred Wolf. Mrs. Cook gave the devotions. Christmas carols were sung. Christmas beals were purchased by the missionary group and a health bond by the society, Mrs. John Evans and Mrs. Jerome Pyle won the contests. The attendance prize was awarded to Mrs. William Fitzer. A gift exchange was enjoyed. Stella Burrous and Mrs. Helen Gunter were guests. Onward Do or Die 4-H club met in the home of Carolyn and Joyce Brock, with 22 members present. Officers for 1952 were installed. Carolyn Brock entertained with accordion selections. Carol Cree read a poem, "Peace at Christmas Time." Contest prizes were awarded to Judith Reuteback and Nelson Helvie. Christmas gifts were exchanged. The annual Christmas dinner of the Walton Lutheran Aid Society was heid at the home of Mrs. Virgil Turner. A Christmas program was given and a gift exchange was held at the close of the social hour. The Auxiliary of the Memorial Hospital in Logansport met Thursday for an all day session. During the past year the auxiliary has hemmed 433 towels, 68 dresser scarves, 36 dish towels, and folded paper for 1045 packets. The District War Mothers met at Lucerne Tuesday all day. Those attending from Walton were'Mes- dames Elizabeth Shedron, Marie Kaiser, Floyd Rush, Stella Finnerty, Eldora Chumney, Sarah Cook, Minnie Snyder and Florence McDaniel. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Webster and son are the guest| of Mrs. Bessie Webster in Plymouth. The reception .honoring Miss Shirley Purcell, grand onoir director of the Indiana General Assembly, Cradle of Rainbow for girls scheduled for .Dec. 9 has been postponed indefinitely. Christmas trees, roping; wreaths, greens, novelties, REID'S FLOWERS. 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