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Jess luncheon Mrs. 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 of dan*er to her personal safety, In t h e "Portrait" play to be produced under direction of John Kelly the Opclcn ComiminUy-tt'cbor" College theatre. The event vill he Riven at the cnlloco auditorium, Feb. 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 *·"";*- . , ,, ' , . ,, ,, « ,,,,, ,,,, 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 ° Ci """""L." y ~ tlmo at £1:15 p. m, nightly. It Is ftn Occlcn C o m m u n i t y Weber college theatre production. Costumes have no historical sign i f i c a n c e and like sets are related to no p a r t i c u l a r t l m o nor place. Purpose of the timeless setting, Mr. Kelly said, is to give emphasis to the production's timeless message that "a prophet is not without honor, but in his own country and among his own kin and in his own house." ."Family Portrait 1 ' Is a story of the home life of Christ. Other players nre Chloe Triscik, Dick Smith, Jarvls Anderson, Joyce Francisco, Bill Critclilow, Robert Van Dyke, C.irolynn Glasmanr., A l f r e d Shaw and .Russell Carruth. Joan Johnson. Erucc Thompson, Helen Mally, Bcttc Lyman, Eklon McL.ntchic, Lyle Wynn, Carol Jean Jensen. Clarence Socwoll. Perc Whetton, Rcncc Glover, Marilyn Howard nnd Bruce Wallace. Originally booked for a four-day run. presentations have been tipped to six. owing to advance Interest in the drama, the director said. , Jeanine Hill Is ' Are Honored at Griffiths' Home MALAD, :da., Jan, 28 -- Native Daughters of Idaho Pioneers, station four, were entertained Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Hugh Griffiths. The meeting started with a song by the group and prayer by Elizabeth Ilium. Numbers on the ^program consisted ot a taly. Mrs. Elizabeth B. Jones; jokes, Mrs. Rachel J. Evans; two numbers. Malad high school sextette consisting of Alice Harding. June Edwards, Anna Lou Call, Shirley Atkinson, Jackie Tovey, Nadinc Atkinson, accompanied by Nadine Harding; reading, Betty I to Thursday ol Avis a and host turkey and W, Lyle club the won cut. Russell · Blanche a corsage'of red rosebuds. The matron of honor wore a corsage of pink carnations and a grey-corded Harris; piano solo, Karon Hartley. Refreshments \v;cre served to 11 members and one guest, Mrs.- H. E. Thomas. ,, Thursday evening, members of the Gala club and two special guests enjoyed an evening of bridge home, cut a ,ng was In Hann Thomas, Evans, club, Gwen sang and

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 29 Jan 1950, Sun,
  3. Page 18

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