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Evening star. [volume] (Washington, D.C.) 1854-1972, October 27, 1947, Image 21

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GOSPEL SINGING. J
Old-fashioned hymn singing Central
Union Mission, 613 C street N.W.. 7:80
©clock tonight. _
luncheons.
Washington chapter. Sigma Chi fra
ternity. O'Donnell's Sea Grill. 12:30 p m.
tomorrow. Members and guests.
Civitan Club. Mayflower. 12:30 pm.
tomorrow. Members and guests.
MUSIC.
Wade N. Stephens organ recital.
Church of the Latter-Day Saints, 8
o'clock tonight. .. , . „
John Lappln, pianist, in recital at the
Phillips Memorial Gallery. 8:30 o clock
^"soldiers’ Home Military Band con
cert, Stanley Hall. 5:30 p.m. tomorrow.
SPECIAL EXHIBITS.
Barnet Aden Gallery. 127 Randolph
©lace N.W.: Fourth anniversary exhtbi-!
tlon. paintings by Charles White. S um.
to 10 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays,
Sundays 2' to 6 p.m. Through November.
DAR Museum, Memorial Continental
Ball, Seventeenth and D streets N.W., open
10 a m. to 3 p.m.. Mondays through Fri
days, recent accessions In furniture, tex
tiles and jewelry, south gallery and Al
bum of Americana, north gallery, through
Friday.
Howard University Gallery of Art. open
hO am to 6 p.m.. Mondays through Fri
days: exhibition of ceramics, textiles, metal
and woodwork from 600 B.C. to 1946.
through Friday.
( Library of Congress. First and East Cap
attol streets S.E. open 9 a m. to 10 p m..
•Mondays through Fridays; 9 a m. to 6 p m .
JSaturdays, and 2 to 10 Pin. Sundays:
^photographs on the architecture of the
South by Francis Benjamin Johnston,
^through Friday; original Leacock Abbey
Vopy of the Magna Carta, on loan from the
^British government until December 15.
1948; original draft of Lincoln s Gettys
burg Address, manuscript, of Lincolns
three-page "autobiography.' both for an
indefinite period: 80 rare and important
books from the Rosenwald collection; docu
Eints and correspondence of Abraham.
icoln. for an indefinite period; Some
ronautica Experlmenta." an address pre
sented br Wilbur Wright before Western
Society of Engineers in Chicago. 1901.
describing Wright Brothers' experiments,
shown with early photographs.
National Gallery uf Art. Constitution
©venue at Sixth street N W., open 10 a m
to 6 p.m. weekdays. 3 to 10 p m Sundays,
©©lntlnge and sculpture comprising .the
-Kle. Kress. Mellon and Wldener collec
tions and gift* from other donors, on main
Hoot, for an Indefinite period.
Smithsonian Institution. Jefferson drive
St Ninth street S.W.. open 9 a m. to 4:30
pjn. dally; wood engraving* by.Lettenoi
CsTapsl, to the division of graphic arts.
. through Sunday, and pictorial .photo-,
graphs by Vernon G. Leach of Chicago
through Friday
Pish and Wildlife Service, under main
lobby In Commerce Department Building.
Kurte«nth and E streets N.W, open 9
am. to 4 pm dally: display of animals
and frssh-water fish, for an Indefinite
period.
Phillips Memorial Gallery. 1600 Twenty-,
flrat street N.W.. open 11 a m to 10 p.m
Mondays and 3 to 7 p.m. Sundays; water
colors by Charles BuTChfleld and Robert
V Gates, through Tuesday.
Dumbarton Oaka Museum. Thirty-first
and R street* N.W., open 9 am. to 4 p.m
daily; collection of Byzantine and related
arts. for an Indefinite period. ,
Public Library, Art Division. Eighth and
K streets N.W . open 9 a m. to 9 P.m
Mondays through Saturdays; paintings by
Baryl Oarrott. through Friday.
SOUARE DANCE. .
Square dancing with string band and
Caller. Thomson Center. Twelfth and L
•treets N.W , 8:30 o'clock tonight.
FOR SERVICEMEN. , . 1
Soldiers. Sailors and Marines Club, i
1015 L street N.W.. comfortable lounge,
library, writing desks, billiard table, radio
and piano Always bpen. . .,
Ping pong, singing, dancing and table;
-games, all evening. Penthouse TJSO.
Seventeenth and K streets N.W
Parties at Walter Reed and Bethesda
Naval Hospitals, leave club lounge. 6:30:
o’clock, and sauare dancing, 8:30 o clock
tonight. USO Club. 1911 H street N.W.
Alumni Dinner Scheduled
Washington alumni of Phillips
Academy, Andover, Mass., will hold
a dinner at 7 p.m. November 6, at
the Willard Hotel. The gathering ;
will be one of many dinners held
throughout the country to open a
drive for $3,500,000 to Increase en
dowment funds and build a new
gymnasium at the school.
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NOW
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AND SALE
MkBSIDfNTIAL BALLROOM
HOTEL STATLER
WASHINGTON, D. C.
advertisement; ~
. ERNIE PYLE
TELLS OF THE
J R COLONY
Within the colony the lepers are com
pletely free: they can have treatments or
not, take a job or loaf—even have chil
dren. In November Reader's Digest,
Ernie Pyle tells why you find little de
tpair on Kalaupapa... and describes life
In this strangely calm, almost spiritual
community. Get your Reader’s Digest
today. Read this condensation from
Pole’s best-selling book "Home Country.
Also in Reader’s Digest
yya can’t "cure’’ • cold. Medicine has no
specific treatment (from pills to vaccines)
that can prevent or shorten colds, says
Dr. Hobart Reimann. He shows how
many pet “panaceas” and standbys may
actually harm you... and outlines the
few precautions you can take.
(Condensedfrom Journal of Amer. Med. Assn.)
Relax, you AREN’Tge Ing mHelWo™d?
Missing sleep? Repressed or frustrated?
Far from curing us of anxieties, psychia- |
trists may have scared us into a new emo
tional disorder, says Albert Q. Maisel. ■<
Retd why the odds *re til in favor of
your staying normal in this wacky world.
(Condensedfrom Collier’i)
Marrying ie not marriage. Mounting
divorces are weakening us as a nation
wares David Cohn. He assails our falsely
romantic view of marriage... argues that
we should prepare our children to realize
that marriage is a difficult—if rewarding
—exercise in human relations.
(Condensedfrom The Atlantic Monthly)
Drama In everyday life. Why struggle to
save this hopelessly crippled new-born
babe, wondered the young doctor. The
world would surely never miss him. Here
is the near supernatural—but true—story
of how, years later, Dr. Thaddeus Mar
lin thanked God he had saved the infant.
jfc this issue—40 articles of lasting interest,
telectedfrom leading magazines and current
kooks, and condensed to save your time,
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