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Evening capital. [volume] (Annapolis, Md.) 1922-1981, November 22, 1922, Image 3

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xial and Personal
, ti i sim, n:
tin- rose is in your
,vm of tin* iiufoMing I
aging hues of sunlit |
,!!iin the corn whore
of tiie Brass, the
aider of a summer |
•h the skies the stars
. j,, silver flight
m>l -a ml Mr*. Wilson
nu sapper I’.irly
ml Mis Pierre L. W'il- j
. ■ tin at a supper party
in . .it the Officers’ Club !
re will ie about forty
:• William McMillan, of
.<t tend the supper and
111 i;• •' overnight as the'
i 1 * lllll i*i ttder and Mrs. Wil-j
. ] Mis. Waiter Clark, of j
, i • >;•• licet, motored to Ital- i
t ■ .1-■ > to spend the day in j
cl \. itlng In that city.
(iiiise Leaving
\Jsit In Pn
! r Allen Cruise will leave;
i ’morrow morning for
1 1 < rinse w ill at- '
' i ;ir. Navy football game In i
i.i,,!,i.i Saturday and then will j
ii, where she will visit her ;
: i until December f>.
t (ti \nnapolis
tt Western Mil.
Je innettc ituss- il, of Prince
p strict, .tumt last week-end ini
mns ter as the guest of Miss 1
,■ i :iikiiiii”. i f this city, who is a ,
>■: it Ui.ieni .Mat'land College, ,
i; ; , -I >olllll', ladies were among j
t.rs at (lie St John’s-West- .
U.ii>l in,l football game.
line 111 I itW II
I he Winter
.eel Mrs Dayton Moore ami j
>, v' < have lieeli spending the
i o.i .; i sin rwood Forest, will
to Annapolis this week, to spend j
ivii.it r here. , , I
i
i*l ml Guest*
Itulor Hall"
;.inl Mrs latgent P. Childs, of j
.. ii.... South Uiur. entertain-,
• i ■ i uuest lasi week-end.
hu :in m were Mr and Mrs. Allen |
It \ii-.- Irene While and Miss I
II ktni, who tame to attend ;
Ai-.hlim: of Mi- i li.bls‘ brother. 1
ahi \\ Iloijges and Miss Iva I
Ilk!
ills Hire ' j
at l oin and Mrs Philip
li.i’i .ii,l ... Uit n have been vis
\!i 1t..n,a.-ch's ’pareiKe. Mr.
I'M via nl Fehlmeyer. at their
1 m this city
I I locution!*!
itlilri vs Woman's tilth
\nne i topkwell Stewart, well j
t iocut.t*not and speaker, will
i:\i\elogue on Bermuda at the]
I'itMmg ot tho Woman's Club,'
" l! t.-if ’ lace on Tuesday.l
in tin' dub rooms on;
Cnvle 'liss Stewart is an
vh'lvm Stewart, of Gambrlll,
< v, nu mbered here as liav-j
*o! course in public:
the M, John's College
• ■ "'i during war times.
k Snpprr
rrim L vetting
iciuirv . ocicty of Calvary
i cue au oyster supper
'•long. November L’3. in
! Building. corner of
and Prime George
■,’cr will begin at 5:30.
’’’.'ant Wedding
"mi’v Saturday
of Miss Katherine
'■ r of Mr and Mrs. Au
'f St Margaret’s, this
r Peregorv, sou of
ter A. Peregory.al
i' will take place
£ November 25. at 3
■ 'i''inn'll, at St. Mar
i' Parish. The
• i 'u- will pertorm the
V ughT
If I r Bronchia! cough,
a V hooping cough,
II hacking cough, use
■ FOLEY'S
Imm
■ l-tlablxt!tcJ JS7S
t scl’eng rough medicine
m the \t or Id.
If,. °pcuea—ingredients
P‘ > pruned on wrapper.
H
“Seventeen**
Hrldge ( lull
.Mrs Spencer, wife of Lieut l>oug
ia > A Spencer, entertained the "Sev
enteen" bridge club yesterday after
noon, at her apartment at 23 State
Circle Mrs. Brewer, wife of Lieut.
| Samuel B. Brewer, won the first
J prize
father I tunnel
Vi-lfs AnmtpoLß
Father William Thumel. who was
j formerly stationed at St. Mary's
j Parish here, aud who is now giving
a mission at Sacred Heart Church,
Htghlandtown. Baltimore, spent yes
terday in Annapolis. Father Thumel
was accompanied by his nieces, who
remained over with him to witness
■ last night’s performance of "Little
Johnny Jones," Go'-'ge M. Cohan’s
| musical comedy, which is being pre
sented in St. Mary’s Hall under the
auspices of the K of C. and the C.
D. of A.
——
Former Annapolis Girl
> Filing Parents Here
Mrs. Charles Owen Comp, who lias
been spending the jwst two mouths;
|at Boston, where licr husband. Eu-1
igu Comp, is attached to duty on ;
j 'he F. H. S. Florida. i visiting her
parents, Mr and Mrs. Jumes ; E.
! Chance, of this city. Mrs. Comp, ac
i contfanicd by her brother and sister
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. 1
Chance, will motor up to Philadel
phia to attend tin* Army-Navy foot-!
ball game there next Saturday.
j DRESSMAKING
Children's Sewing, Embroider) and
Crocheting, see
MRS. N. L. RICE
m ritiNtr ceohce st.
• ti? • !
• ■" 1 ■ - '
: ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF OUR NEW „/ _ J
FOR MONEY EARNERS AND MONEY SAVERS "
S $ SPECIAL INVITATION Bfc or |i||s
Our Bank extends to every , man, woman and
JIL child in our city and community, a special invitation
j 1 to come in and join our new CHRISTMAS CLUB. start vow Now in
1 iicmSsSii
la * mmmmmmrnmmm ■——— ' ■■■■■' ■■■■— | w of small means, those m moderate circumstances and [i y ZiZXr JL*
1 L Tl 4han m|m “ also business men to lay aside money by systematic II —,,. 11 ”
deposit, each week.
You can start with Ic, 2c, sc, 10c and increase your deposit the same amount each week, or you can start with 25c, 50c,
SI.OO, $2.00, $5.00, SIO.OO, $20.00, or more and put in the same amount each week.
WHAT THE DIFFERENT CLUBS AMOUNT TO IN 50 WEEKS
1 cent club pays $12.75 j "* ” o ^sc nHI! $,25 °9q
' DECREASING CLUBS $,50 vs . 1o
2* cent cluh bays $25*50 You begin with the largest deposit and $2.00 club pays SIOO
Decrease your deposits each week. flf| tOKA
5 cent CLUB PAY 3 $63.75 A Very Popular Plan SIOOO SSOO
10 cent cum™™ $127.50 Ifou Will Also Receive 4% inlere-t J $20.00 CLUB PAYS SI,OOO I
jk■■ ■ - _
COME IN AND GET A PASS 300 K AND JOIN THE CLUB. EVERYBODY WELCOME
The Annapolis Banking & Trust Company
Corner Main Street and Church Circle
dßßE=i^is*3sE3Bs*sas&=™*sssa*ffl—Bs*s*3*s3saEJ
Tmt EVEVHNG CAPITAL. ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND. \VIIDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 22, 11*22.
To Give Inf omul
Dfnner Tonight
Lieut anil Mrs. Luu Buford Stott
will entertain at an informal dinner
tonight, at their home. 32 Murray ave
nue. before the dance at the Officers'
Club
Flose Summer Plaee
And (dine To Town
Mr. and Mrs John K Pettibone
have closed their country home at St.
Margaret’s and are now occupying
their winter residence on Conduit
street
Mrs. I.atrohe tailing
Two Bridge Parties
Mrs. Ferdinand C. lat I robe, of •Ac
ton." Murray 8111. will entertain a
number of imposts fit a bridge party to
night. Mrs Latrobe-will also be hos
tess at a bridge party next Monday.
Mr*. Thomson Hostess
At Bridge Party
Mrs. Earl \\\ Thomson was hostess
at a eard party yesterday afternoon
at her home on Southgate avenue. (
Tliefe were fi.ar tallies' of bridge.
(
ligggl What a Wise
Woman Knows
health is never won
years it has been used in
the best homes in the
* ***** \ ?\t- Km.-
Tlsited Sktrr F*r
fiffk-Kod Herr
Miss Esther Hufluiau. of Washing).
• ton. l>. C., was the guest la*?! wer*|-
end of her sister. Mis-. Ltßiaht Hull
nian.. a teacher at the Alinapol4>
| Grammar School, fit the .latter's
apartment on Prince George street. •
1 Kntertaiuiiie i-ur*! \
• From Boston
j Miss Gertrude Uuttuu, of Boston.
Mass. is visiting Mrs. E. S. Earn
j hardt, wife of Lit-ill. Edwin S. Earn
rdt Of Murray avenue.
} Mrs. heester Had
j “At Home** Yesterday
Mrs. George B. K©ester, wife of
i Lieut.-Gouimauder Keoster. presided *
at one of her deHghtful "at homes"
j yesterday afternoon at her residence
on Greet* sttreer. '*
" * * ' * r - V * •
Oiffrs’ Club To
; Give Bailee Tonight
There will be an informal dance at
the Ofiicers' Mess tonight, music for
i which will be supp,liod i hv an orches
' tra from the Naval Aoa(feiny"f>and.
Mrs. Keewfer G*#e**t
Of flaltlmorean
Mrs. George B Ki.'estcr speut Mon
day in Baltimore, where she was the
guest of Miss Nannie Rolando, of,
Park avenue, at tea. Later Mrs Kee
, sier and Miss Rolando attended
Paderewski's recital at the Lyric.
Miss Mary Dorsey Williams is con
fined to her home, S Maryland avenue,
with an attack of grippe.
, Thought for the Day.
t A man's mind, like his irunk. car
I ri*s in’si when well iwckis!.
'F~%* Many intelligent
mothers overtook
tiiese few simple
■ ■■'i’ ' facts about food-
Ea'ERY mother interested in her children’s welfare meets a
problem in the proper feeding of her boys and girls.
Parents often do not realize the evil effects of malnutrition;
and that care in the selection of food will avoid a large percen
tage of children’s ills. - ...
One of the best of all foods for providing proper nourishment
for growing boys and girls it* Grape-Nuts—made of whole wheat
flour and malted barley, and scientifically baked for twenty hours.
This long baking brings out a de r -ions flavor, makes the food
easy lo digest—without ferinen' .ion. Grape-Nuts with milk or
cream is a complete food. |~T^"'
Here is a suggestion for better health: Serve Grape-Nuts as
often as the folks wish it.
“There’s a Reason ”
Sold by Grocers Everywhere!
Made by Pi>tuoi Cereal Co., lue.. Buttle C.rcck. Ntleh. —Xll.'"**-- ~. ****^
ASK EXTENSION
OF ROADWAY IN
2ND DISTRICT
Kuiilluuni Fruai I'utr 1.)
George \v Norris Th s was r m
to Counselor Green for an opinion as ;
authority to make such an appropria
tion.
During the afternoon the Commis
sioners met as a hoard of review and
passed upon the new assessment of
property in the First and Seventh li~
trjcls.
Thr Original Food Drink for All Ages-
Duick Lunch *t Home Office
Rich Milk. M- !t ed Grain Extract n Pow
der & Tablet forms. Nourishing-No cooking.
Avoid Imitations and Substitute?

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