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M6M SY^Afc, HOPtY ARKANSAS PAGE THfttl CIETY Daisy Dorothy Heard, Editor Telephone 768 Sociaf Calendar Friday, January 2.1rd The Young Peoples' Depnrlmenl of the First Methodist Sunday school will meet at (ho churdi at 7 o'clock for a hike to the- high school for the basketball game./ Setvice prayer groups, composed mothers of boys in the armed services, will meet at the home of Mrs. Edwin Dos.tetf 120 West IGtli street, 3 o'clock. A devotional will be brought; by Mrs. Hugh Jones and Mrs. J. M. Duffle, who recently returned from Seward, Alaska, will discuss that country to tlip group. Mrs. J. C. Cnrlton will be, hostess to the Friday Music club at her home, 3:30 o'clock. Pri>ceei'llng the regular meeting, choral practice Will begin at 2:30. Mnndny, January 2fith Unit No. 1 of the Women's Auxiliary of St. Mark's Episcopal church, home of Mrs. J. R. Henry, 4 o'clock. Robertson-Allen Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Allen of Beaumont, Texas, announce tho marriage of their daughter, Dorlhalee, to William D. Robertson, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Robertson of Hope. The ceremony took place at the home of theofficiating minister, the Rev. D. F.^klc, on Thursday evening, January^, at 8 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Robertson will reside in Beaumont, where Mr. Robertson is employed by Consolidated Steel of Orange, Texas. MOROLINE ™ t HAIR TONIC- Green- Kennedy The marriage of Miss Alice Louise Kennedy of Houston and Carl Victor Green of Beaumont Was colemnized nl 5 o'clock (he afternoon of January 1, al the Woodlawn Baptist church, Houston, Texas, with the Rev. W. M. Hai'rell officlatng. Before the ceremony, Mrs. Roy Simmons, organist, gave a program of nuptial music nnd accompanied Mrs. Ruth Pugh, Who sang "Because." The traditional: wedding marches were Used for the* processional and recessional. The bride, who entered on the arm of her father, Oscar E. Kennedy, Was lovely in a spring costume of btue wool with fox fur trimming and a matching spring hot. Her corsage was of while carnations. The birdo's only atlendanl was her cousin, Miss Kathleen Bernard, of Houston, She wore a blue crepe mode with dusty rose accessories, David C. Jones of Brynn was best man. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. O. E. Kennedy and the granddaughter of the late Senator John E. Linn. She attended Texas State College for women at Dcnton. Mr. Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Green of Hope, Ark., is n graduate of Hope High school and received his ilewee in Electrical Engineering from Texas A. and M. college at College Station. For tho past several years he has been connected with Halliburton Oil Well Cementing company. Following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Green left on a brief wedding trip, after which they will be al home in Beaumont. Among the out-of-town guests at the wedding were Mrs. George Green of Hope, Ark., Mrs. John T. Williams of Texarkana, Mrs. John E. Linn of Bay City, Mrs. Irving Jones of Lubbock, and F. M. Kennedy of Marfa, Texas. RIALTO MIDNIGHT PREVIEW Saturday Night 11:15 BOB HOPE 'LOUISIANA PURCHASE" Sunday - Monday Soldiers' Great White Way in Iceland A company street in an American camp in Iceland looks more cheerful than most scenes of that bleak island outpost. U. S. Army Signal Corps photo from NEA Service shows lights shining from dome- shaped shelters housing American forces. Local Church to Show Picture 'News Parade/ Religious Film, at Garret Church The life of the Apostle Paul, in dramatic story form, is to be shown in the Carroll Memorial Baptist church this Saturday night at 7:30. Preceding this film, a talkie, depedicting the modern all outstanding FRED MACMURRAY Personal Mention Miss Mary Lemley is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Fred Ellis, and Mr Ellis in Little Rock this week. —O— Mrs. Orie Reed and Mrs. Leo Robins motored to Arkadelphia Thursday to visit friends. Mrs. Reed was the guest of Mrs. Howard Abraham, and Mrs Robins visited Mrs. N. W. Denty. —O— Mr. and Mrs. Rcmmel Young are spending Friday in Little Rock. -O- Mrs. C. A. Haynes departed by train Thursday night for Boston, Mass. —0- Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lewis are home from Dallas, where Mr. Lewis attended the spring markets. -O— Tho members of the Woodmari circle drill team accompanied the state manager, Mrs. Tressie Goldsticker, and Mrs. Eva D. Taylor to Texarkana Wednesday night to assist in the installation of the Texarkana Grove officers. Dick Kotch will spend the weekend in Little Rock. —O— Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dennis announce the arrival of a little son, Cecil Watson Dennis, Jr., on Thursday, January 22, at Julia Chester hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Black are the parents of a son, born Tuesday, January 20 at Julia Chester hospiiul. He has been named Joseph Black, Jr. Friday morning, January 23 a son was bom to Mr. and Mrs. James McLarty at the Julia Chester hospital. —O— Mr .and Mrs. A. C. Reedy have announced the arrival of a daughter this week at the Julia Chester hospital. —O— Friends of Mrs, N. W. Page will be happy to know that she is rapidly recovering from a recent appendiccc- tomy at the Julia Chester. •world events will be shown. In this film such world wide events will be shown, as the U. S. in Iceland; Historic Sea Battles; the Balkans invaded; Roosevelt - Churchill meet; Short talk by the President; Franch's Tragic Fate; Rusia's Fight; U. S. Defense Grows; Syria-Iraq Captured; Canadians Smash Spilzbergen, and Olher World Events. These scene.' are lop of the news of 1941, which have made, world-wide history, to be remembered by every American, and which every American should see again and again. Actual sea battles nnd land fighting are to be shown with this news reel. Also, a safety film called "Remember Jimmie',' with many spills and l thrills will bo shown, and a scientific film on the owwects of alcohol, as effects human, animal and plnat life The program is being presented by Rev. J. A. Williams, of Dallas, anc Rev. Woodie W. Smitlt, of Fort Worth Texas. Many will recall that Rev. Williams is a former resident of this stale, having been born at Searcy. He has preached in many of the churches-o this section. He is anxious to mee "''«"«</. i, *n Play b,f lank W<oiltRot>*rlluckAtr.Mu>!cbr Man StaliMf a Story by frank Wiad.A Warn«r Bra^-Firit Nal'J flaw* Plus — Pet Shop lis old friends, as well as to form lew acquaintances. Rev. Smith has lield i>. number of revivals in the State. Die public is cordially invited. No. udmission charge. Church News FIR?T METHODIST CHURCH Second at Pine Keiincih L. Spore, pnlsor Sunday, January 25 Organ Meditation (Chimes) 9:30 a. m. Church school 10:00 a. m. Morning worship, 10:50 a. m. Special music: Anthem by the choir "Souls of tho Righteous" by N. Herbert Caley, Sermon by the pastor: "More Business Than Usual." Vesper service, 5:30 p. m. Sermon by the pastor: "Following Christ: In Friendliness," Youth Fellowship Groups, G:30 p. m. Advance Notices Febraury 8 al 7:30 p. m. Concert by the Morningside Methodist. A capella choir from Morningside Methodist College, Sioux City, Iowa. Church Wide Family Social, sponsored by the Fellowship Committee of the Board of Stewards, Royce Weisen- bcrger, chairman, Wednesday night, February 18. Let us all remember these two red letter dates. PatmosCagers Win 15 Games South Hempstead Quintet- Remains Undefeated . The Palmos senior boys basketball Icnm boost the most successful season in recent years, winning 15 games in as many starts and Inking two invitation tournaments. The south Hempstead quartet defeated Stamps in an invitational and worship with us. FIRST BAPTIST William R. Ilnmilton, Pastor January 29 at 7 p. m. Our new minister will bo here with his family on Jan. 28. Let's all do our part to make him feel that lie has chosen a field where his services will bo appreciated. Visitors and friends, always welcome. 9:30, Sunday school assembles by departments. 10:50, morning worship service with sermon by the pastor on "Restoration of Joy." 6:14, Training union for training in church membership. 7:30, evening worship service with sermon by the pastor on "A More Excellent Way." This sermon is one of (he series based on the Thirteenth chapter of I Corinthians. The public is cordially invited to atlend all services of First Baptisl church. UNITY MISSIONARY BAPTIST ciiuncn FIRST CHRISTAIN CHURCH Bible school, 9:45 a. m. Regular Communion Service, immediately following the Bible school hour. Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening 7:30 p. in. Watch for further announcement aboul our "All Out Membohship Dinner and Good Fellowship . Get-lb^ Gelhcr meeting on the evening of FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Thomas Brewster, minister Sunday school 9:45 a. m. with classes and Departments for all age groups. Morning Worship 20:55, with message by the pastor and special Service of Ordination and installation for 15 new deacons recently elected by vote of the congregation. There arc 3 classes with 5 in each class, one group having been elected for 3 years, one for 4 years and the third group for 5 years. Last Lord's Day diplomas and New Testaments were awarded to G young people for having learned and recited the Young Peoples' Catechism of Our Denomination. Thirty seven of our men enjoyed Charles Comer Boyetl, Albert Charles Stonequist, Effie EHse Hyatt, Ruth Ellen Stubbeman and Charlotte Tarpley. Thirty served of our men enjoyed an excellent Turkey supper last Tuesday night and a splendid address by' Judge Tompkins of Prescott, who spoke on the subject "The Bible and Literature." Vesper Service, 5 p. m. Young people's meeting Sunday 6:15 p. m. Auxiliary Foreign Mission Study, next Monday, beginning at 10 a. m., with noon hour 25 cent plate lunch being served at the church. On Wednesday at 7:30 all Sunday school teachers, helpers and department heads will meet in the Philathea room for a Workers' Council meeting. It is important that all attend. You are cordially invited to work Sunday; January 25(h Junior choir, 9:30 a. m. Sunday school, 10:00 a. m. Preaching service, 11 a. m. Ladies auxiliary, Tuesday, 2:30 p. m Group singing, Tuesday 7 p. m. Prayer service, Wednesday, 7:30 p m. We especially invite all singers anc lovers of Gospel music to attend Elder Ferguson will bring the Gospe message both morning and evening You will always find an old fashioned welcome at the Unity Baptis church. FIRST PENTACOSTAL W. P. Graves, Pastor Actor-Soldier Greene Married Bonds, Thelma Brooks, Glen Hatdld Osborn, Anna Sue Lewis, Joe Vfoaft- son, Glenn Shackelford, Patricia Huskey, Virginia Johnson, Johnnie Woodson, John Harris, R8» omi Fielding, Sherman Stone, Barbara Dorsey, Hollis Buckley, Dwight dfb- mer, Wayne Cromer, James Bailey, Mike Stephens, Louise M.illS Joan Caskey, Dewell Hongland, Mary Frank Caskey, Ollie Fay Ward. Martha Geanfie Me- Cracken^ Mable Geanne Smith, Quinten McNew, Jane Thomas, Triila Faye Norwell, Emma Gean Cromer, Ann McCrackcn, Juno Houser, Amelia Jo Huskey, Elvin Dean McDougald, L. J. Harris, and Melba J. Bullard. High School Molly G. Hulson and Betty Jo fitut- son. COLDS; ™ FIGHT MISERY where you feel it-rub throat, chest and backwlthtime-tested Richard Greene, English film star now fighting for his country, beams upon his brand-new bride, British actress Patricia Medina. tournament at Bradley recently and copped another on their home court downing Spring Hill in the finals. The Pirates' have a well-balanced squad. The Patmos lands climaxed their winning streak with a 30 to 26 win over the Hope Bobcats last Wednesday night. Holding a 1G to 3 lea dat tho halftime period the Pirates staved off a strong Hope rally in the final periods for their 15th win. TAMBAY GOLD By SAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS Copyright, 1941. NEA Service Inc. Fire Department Used to Be No. 1 NEW ypRK-The ranking ambition among nine-year-old boys in The Boys Club of New York is to be an aviator. In a survey 42 per cenl showed they wanl lo be pilots in the armed forces. Seven per cent want to be baseball players and six per cent favored tho football field. Joe DiMaggio was the boys' No.l hero, chosen by G3 per cent. Joe Louis ran second with 13 per cent. Jollity* C$666 ^•f^uamawmTs, sw-vs. MOM CROP* HOTEL BARLOW DINING ROOM Will Open For Business Sunday, January 25th 1—6 to J 1.00 LUNCH— 12 to 2 p.m. 85c DINNER—6 to 8 p. m. $< ARKANSAS' MOST FAMOUS DINING ROOM FOR THE PAST 50 YEARS TIII3 MTOHYi Mum Dimmer Keta tip "Keeilerlii" Iniioh wnK'on nt riin- dnwii Tnmliny Pluntiition, (orniN tourlut enni|» piirtnerHhlii with .fane. Ann JiidHon, IiiMt nf the JMaurli'H. Juildy tells Mom Nhe linn been iiiiirrieij—to wenllliy JlnidtT- tton Kent. other vhnriieterN! l,o- ren Oliver, AVelllver U. prof, dls- KhiR for Indliin re I ION i Old Swo- liy, Slovene refugee "Doe" Oliver IN linrlmring 1 ; IXilf, Mum'* pet ttkunki liuvyer Mnurle -SenrN and footlmll Ntur Angel Todd, both In love with Juildy. Sheriff IIolllNter Blowry thlnkM Oliver in nfler Bold lit Tnmli.-ij'. Juddy, HI lifter n lyiiehlng- nt the llnncinK Tree, tells Mimrle SenrH Nlie will leave 'J'nmlmy if it ever hnppenii iiguln. A"Kfl plekn a flitht with "Doc," jvhoNe co 11 rue lie in flunking. * * * DOC SAYS "FORGET IT" CHAPTER XVII TT/'E got Doc up the bank to his " cabin, and a job it was. He put up a squawk about my undressing him, so I chased Juddy over to the house for bandages and hot water. "Kept slipping Angel and shoot- Ing your left, huh?" I said. He sort of grunted. "That's a boxer's trick," I said. "You never learned that stuff, digging Wandos, Doc." "I used to box some in college, [t isn't necessary to say anything about this outside, Mom," he said, "There's a couple of ribs wrong, by my guess," I said. "It's a doctor's job." Juddy came in just then. "I'll drive him over to Dr. Starrow's," she said. She had him back in an hour, strapped up neatly. When she came to my room there were those small lines between her eyes that always made me think of a baby in trouble. "I don't believe it was Angel's fault," she said. "There's something queer about it. Loren told the doctor he lost his way in the fog and fell over the cliff." "Uh-huh," I said. "And what did Doc have to say to you, himself?" "Nothing. He wouldn't talk." "Maybe Angel can get away with it yet," I said. I didn't care whether he did or not, except that I was half afraid Juddy would follow him if he got cannec out of Welliver. "I believe Doc is figuring it's bad medicine, getting into a scrap with one of his own students. Undignified anc all that. So it'd be to his own interest to keep it dark." "It's a bright and shining thought," Juddy said. "My theorj is I'd better see Angel befor he gets any deeper in the soup." * * * TVEXT morning we caught Ange ' at Welliver early. He spoki up, light and airy as a breeze. "Better pack the keister, honey, he said, "Mr. and Mrs. Allan A Todd will be northward bound in earch of a job muy pronto, fol- owed by the boots but not the good wishes of the faculty." "Perhaps you're not leaving." "After last night? What an iptimist!" "Wait and see. You haven't told nyone, have you?" "No. But what's the use? They're not going to believe that got these alterations to my map at a church sociable." "My theory is," she said, "that •our car tipped over and rolled down a bank." "Yeah? And what's Oliver's theory? How's he feeling?" "It's about time you asked," I said. "We had to take him to a doctor." "He told me to be on my way, so I thought he was okay. Who'd- a believed he could put up such a scrap? Come to think of it, I did hear he played football at Penn." "Chess," I said. "Skip it!" Juddy said, quite cross. "He'll get me, all right. He feels I've insulted his pet Wandos. And he's the kind that never lets up on a grudge. Look at that snapping-turtle face." "I think he's got rather a nice face," Juddy said, and then looked kind of surprised at herself. For a week after that Juddy was absent-minded. I wondered if she didn't have Angel and the fight on her mind. Not a word out of Doc on the subject though. But he did ask me whether Juddy wasn't feeling well. Not much got past that bird. "She'd feel better," I told him "if she knew whether you're going to be a sport or not." "Definitions differ," he said. "Are you reporting Angel Todd?" I asked him. "Oh, that! That's a private matter. Besides, I hit him first." "Sure!" I said. "And the ant socked the elephant in the puss for making faces at him." "When you know you've got to fight, it's the best plan," he said passing up my crack. "Tell Todd that unless he talks, I certainly shan't." When I passed that on to Juddy she said, "I'd like to kiss Lorer Oliver if I didn't think it would scare him out of a year's growth.' * # * TVj"EXT term's prospects didn' look too favorable for Angel The Examining Board sidestepped by returning his Am. Eth. paper marked "Unsatisfactory." Tha handed him the exam to take ovei again, and on top of it gave him the whole term's class work to make up. "They had a right to go easy Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Regular service 11 a. m. Evening service 7:15 o'clock. Midweek service. Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Bible study Friday evening at 7:30. We are beginning the sludy of the Book of Romans. Come and bring your Bible and lei us search the scripture together. We welcome you to all of our services. GARRETT MEMORIAL BAPTIST D. O. Silvey, Pastor Saturday night pictures of the Life of Paul and on Temperance beginning at 8 o'clock. Sunday school 9:42. Preaching 11. B. Y. P. T. C. 6:30. Preaching 8. Ladies Auxiliary meets at 2 o'clock at the church. Wednesday night prayer service 7:30. Come and be with us at these services. n a team man," he said. "Bales'- ier does, and all the other schools, took! We football men have a ot of extra work wished on us. Besides practice. Brain work. Blackboard exercises. Learning he combinations. Most of the irofs are reasonable. But not Oliver." "His course isn't so hard if you 'eally work at it, Angel," Juddy aid. "Maybe not for you. I've got no appetite for dead Injuns. And besides the class work and the exam, I've got to write a thesis." "There's an idea!" She said. 'Loren Oliver's report on his excavations must be out by this ime. Why don't you write your hesis on the Tambay discoveries?" Angel quite brightened up to it. He confided to me that he was •oing to lick Oliver's Wandos, and jet hold of some money, and then IB guessed Juddy would marry lim. Football practice started in before fall term opened. The talk was that Angel Todd was showing more stuff that ever. I've always been a grid fan; so I'd slip away occasionally to get a line on the Learn. I thought I might lay a' few smart bets on the big game, which was against Balestier. The Wellivers looked good to me. They were long and rangy, except in the middle of the line where they had plenty of beef. They coasted through their early games, showing plenty against light opposition, until they met Harstrom College. Well, every coach knows there are days when a whole team goes, sour for no reason at all. The' sketch that our boys put on against a bunch at least five touchdowns below them in form was a vaudeville skit. Was Angel sunk when he came over to dinner! "I was just as bad as any of them," he said. "Coach ought to can us all and buy a new team." "He hasn't got the price," I told him. "And it's goofy for a man of your age to go teary over not winning one little game." "Winning games is my business," he said. "How else am 1 ever going to get anywhere? If Welliver has an undefeated season and we grab off a bowl bid, I'm a good bet for All-America. Then a pro job. Or I might get into coaching. And now look at the mess!" Juddy produced her Onward Christian Soldiers act. "I've got confidence in you, Angel, if you haven't in yourself. Want me to prove it?" "How?" (To Be Continued) Conlcrvillc, Sunday School The Cenlerville Outpost Sunday school conducted by the Educational department of the Frist Presbylerian church of Hope will be held weather permitting, next Sunday al 2:30 p m. All children, young people anc adults in the community are most welcome. The customary offering for the expenses of the school will be laken. Blevins Sells Defense Stamps School Students Start Filling Savings Books Eagerly participating in the Defense Stamp sales at Blevins Schools are the following sludenls who have begun to fill the 55 books with 30c stamps: Elementary School Juantez Honea, Jerry Barnett, Richard Alley,' Palricia Barnett, Jean Cromer, Robert Shackelford, Charles Crawford, Luther Folsom, Mary Faith at the THEATERS •SAENGER Wed.-Thurs.-"One Foot in Heaven" Fri.-Sat.-"Tanks a Million" and "Arizona Cyclone" Swi.-Mon.-iTues.-"Louisiana Pur• chase." RIALTO Matinee Daily Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. - "Among the Living" and "One Night in Lisbon" Fri.-Sal.r"Riding on a Rainbow" and "Fatal Hour" Sun.-Mon.-"Dive Bomber" • Motion Pictures Are Your Best Entertainment! fV mm SAENGER Now - Saturday Double Feature "TANKS A MILLION" •— also — "ARIZONA CYCLONE" *% NOTICE • • • • W. B. WILLIAMS Has joined the personnel of the CAPITAL BARBER SHOP and invites his friends and customers to visit him CAPITAL BARBER SHOP SWAP N eui Sunday t Monday i*r Tuesday Stars! Laughs! Mardi Gras!-aii this and Bob Hope, TOO! — Starring — Bob Hope Vera Zorina Victor Moore 1 J i/l 141 "LOUISIANA PURCHASE" IN TECHNICOLOR Irene Bordoni • Dona Drake and Those Louisiana Lovelies • Raymond Walburn THE CREAM OF THE CROP! PLUS — Latest News —- Field Mouse

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