Chloe in play 29 Jan 1950
A SCENE FROM THE riAY, "FAMILY PORTRAIT" . . . Miss Helen Mally us Mnry Clcophas, Jnj* C'hloe Trlaclk as Mary of Maclaljv to cot Mary, HID Mother of Christ, out of the city because dan*er to her personal safety, In t h e "Portrait" play to be produced under direction of John the Opclcn ComiminUy-tt'cbor" College theatre. The event vill he Riven at the cnlloco auditorium, to H, inclusive at cisht-fUtccn I. m. 50 Costumes Being Prepared forj February Theatre Production Mrs. Mnlno Reichert, Weber col-* Assistant director for tho pro IcKc sewing instructor, and Mrs. | ductlon is Mnvy Zicmcr who also Ted Collins. 1247 T h i r t i e t h St., arc , bu , In charge of preparing 50 costumes j *Â·"";*- . , ,, ' , . ,, ,, Â« ,,,,, ,,,, i worn in "Family Portrait," Dircc- I Cnrl White, college English and tor John Kelly said Saturday. 'speech teacher, is designing the Set for Feb. (i-11 inclusive-, the , [ our so t s , He also handles a bit three-act drama will oe staged in . t , D i r e c t o r Kcllv the college a u d i t o r i u m w i t h curtain p[ I t . ai cl Â° Ci """""L." y ~ tlmo at Â£1:15 p. m, nightly. It Is ftn Occlcn C o m m u n i t y Weber college Other players nre Chloe Triscik, Dick Smith, Jarvls Anderson, Joyce ' Are Honored at Griffiths' Home MALAD, :da., Jan, 28 -- Native Daughters of Idaho Pioneers, station station four, were entertained Thursday Thursday afternoon at the home of Hugh Griffiths. The meeting started started with a song by the group prayer by Elizabeth Ilium.