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Evening capital. [volume] (Annapolis, Md.) 1922-1981, December 05, 1922, Image 3

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■Social and Personal
I took fruin the
• frtrni the *ex;
• h tide from
, ; . rl from me!
aml dead in tlie
i Huwn in Die wont;
ii nil but my heart
:r T. It. Kurtz.
•Ir. Harry Bbocinak
r .uni Mrs. I. Kidd
t night at the Klks"
. the "Garden of the
t.;<■ Circle Playhouse.
ii, id Hate
i the Presbyterian I
I a rummage sale at!
:■!!■; ay, December 14 j
h.i rummage to eoa
-Ito i ! I telephone No 1
to have it collected
ot ion
i a. tile pianist of tile .
Atlantic City, and a sis
. Shearman, who sings'
in the ‘‘Gurdeu of the 1
•i accompanist for Mr
aM'l h.s little daughter
i ir feature number be-j
v, ;i ami three of the opera
(, •:i i entertaining her
u. .ifieriioou at the riasi
:• i irents. Mr. and Mrs.
een 120 Charles street.
ti rri* in, who luis been
•n attack uf bronchitis
‘ ilo Army-Navy game.
I sufficiently to sit up.
I 1 .i!ge <Muh is being ett
l>> Mrs Hayden Smith
imiel Hurl at the real-‘
< former. 12 Franklin
al Ashley H Robertson
yc , 1 cv■!;\ :f lJoutemnt
IC Gibb. of Of College ave
ie! Hi , ol "0 Southgate
t tea yes ter dii y ul'tor
■ l;a: been visiting her
■ t !• lay for her home
> G illie
1 e,r;\ at the Army
on Saturday in
■' Mi s Alva Frank
.i"i Mrs p. A Frank;
< us- Fred H. Gauss
r. of Washington.
!. ugeju. wife of
early autumn, lias
to v it her mother.
Charles Lewis
i ■ r-fhinre this i
"e Lantern Tea
Is Growth !
y method of over 1
'm of essential |
s Emulsion
1 't iniine-bearing
h\er oil is used
Mvtually to add
I’annne-vnhie to the
! 't. It helps tore
'lore the hindrance
Hi and health.
■ xrulMd.N J. SMB
- the children, j
S'* Mate Circle. ||
Portraiture H
Attending t allege
Dunces In Virginia
Miss Jean Peed, daughter of Mrs.
George N. Reeves, is in Lexington,
i ' * • vvhere she went to attend the
Thanksgiving dances given by the V.
M. I. on Friday and Saturday nights
>:nt those of Washington aiui Lee
I niverstty. one of which took plaee
last night while Uie other will be
given this evening.
Going Series
Of Parties
Mrs. George N. Reeves returned last
night from Norfolk where she went to
.spend Thanksgiving.
Mrs. Reeves will give a series of
parties this week, entertaining at aft
ernoon bridge tomorrow and Thnrs
day and at a buffet supper on Fri
| day evening before the Officers’ Hop
in the Naval Academy.
Officer s' Da nee On
Fiiday Night
The second of of officers'
I dances being giveu at the Officers'
Mess In the Naval Academy, will take
place on Friday evening next, De-!
j comber 8. Dancing will be from 9 to
; 11:30. All officers, civilian instruc
tors. their families and guests, and
the families of living in town
are invited to these parties.
Afternoon “At 110010”
; Called Off
Mrs. M'homas It. Kurtz, wife of the f
Commandant of Midshipmen, will not ,
hold her usual “at home’’ this month
;on tho third Wednesday.
Knesla At
VYrshlnsrUni fitnw
Lieut.-Commander and Mrs. Thomas
Lee (iatcli were among the guests at
flic dance given last night in the ball
room of the New Willard Hotel In
Washington by the Navy and Marine
Corps officers stationed In the district.
Thin dance was the first of a series
similar to that given last year by the
officors stationed in Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gilmor have,
gone to New York and will spend the
week-end with Mrs. Gilinor’s cousins.
Afr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Wldcner. of
GiicMk 01 Miss
lha Frank
Miss Pearl Green, a student, of the
State Normal School, and Miss Mar
ion Groene. of Salisbury, Md., spent
(he Thitnkgsglving holiday witli Miss
Alva Frank.
Engage incut
D niter and Mrs. David Ludlow, of
Spring Garden street. Fasten, Pa., an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Henrietta Ludlow, to
Shellman Handy Brown, son of .Mr
and Mrs. Shellman H Brown, former
ly of this city. Mr. Brown in a nep
hew of Mrs. C. dePeystew Valk and of
t> Claude i'-.uiiy.
Get Behind the Wheel T
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Dinner Before
IMSrm’ Hep
The Commaudant of Midshipmen
end Mrs. Kurtz have sent out invita
tions for a dinner on Friday evening
next before the Officers' Hop.
Visiting At
Natal Base
Mrs. Moltou A. Colton is spending
the week with Lieut.-Commander and
Mrs. Harold H. Little at the naval
base at Hampton Roads.
T* Knlcrtain At
Carvel lfali Dance
Lieut.-Commander ami Mrs. Cleve
land MeCawlev will euter'uin 4 partv
of friends a the Carvel Hail ta
danqe ui-xt Saturday.
Hack From A Nit
In Virgiuii
Mrs. Voinot. wife of Prof. Paul A.
Voiuot. of the Department of Modern
Languages at the Naval Academy, has
returned from Virginia, where she
has been visiting relatives for the past
Meeting Of
Bridge Club
The Tuesday Bridge Club is being
entertained oc|ay by Miss Zita Lung
htrre at th. re*i.lenc of her coefins
Lieut.-Commander and .Mr 3. James
Supper Party
At “Severn"
Mr. and Mrs. Richdrd Morion gave a
supper party on Sunday night. Their
guests included Mr. and Mrs. W. O.
Stovens,, Mrs. Clement Penrose, *of
Baltimore; Mrs. George Lindenbcrger
of Louisville; Mrs. E. I>. Wilson. Com
mander P. J. Dashiell and John
i Barnard.
Advertise in The Capital. U pays!
<■"— 1 111 ■■ ■■ ■ -
After January Ist, 1923
The Bachrach Studio
Will Make “At Home” Sittings
Arrangements can be made by communicating with
16 West Lexington St.,
Phone Plaza 1600 Baltimore, Md.
>-■ ... . —J
Where You May Find a Gift for
- -- —■ - - •
Will Remain Open Evenings Until 9 P. M.
j- Dolls, Toys, Fancy Glass, China and ;•
Young IVomen's
Christian Association
• **l bui wine tht Oiej might have
life and that they might have
It mere nfeuudaiiUj.*
V., , 7 vranaar —*
Won t you come and eat our supper?
Say the ladies of the “Y.”
There's the richest chicken salad
That ever von did try.
The home-made rolls are piping.
And the hain is sweet and thin.
It will not fail to tempt you.
If only you'll tome in!
While the Christmas Bazaar is at
lull tilt ui the Armory above, oit the
evenings of December 7 and 8. down
stairs a score or more of hustling
housewives will serve supper to those!
who are fortunate enough to secure I
tickets and reserve space at the)
t Christmas decorations will give the I
room a festive appearance and the
groups in charge of each table will
vie with one another in prompt serv
The following supper will be
Chicken salad Ham
Potato salad Cold slaw
Hot rolls Coffee or chocolate
Home-made jellies and pickles.
Tickets for this supper are on sale
at the Y. W. C. A. at 50 cents each.
In addition to this, ice cream and cake
will be served extra to those who
wish it.
Mrs. J. B. llippere is chairman of
the supper committee with Mrs. Frank
Hughes, Mrs. Linthicum and Mrs.
Parkinson as vice-chairmen.
Other members of the committee
are: Miss Winslow, Mrs. Yates. Mrs.
W. H. Feldmeyer, Mrs. Brewerr Miss
'Flora Woolley. Mrs. Lyons. Mrs.
Harry Foldnwyer. Mrs. Ogle. Mrs.
Trosky, Mrs. Chanev, Mrs. Childs. Mrs.
HeluU, Mies Jarrte Feldmeyer. Mrs.
William Moss. Mrs. Letourneau. Mrs.
Cook. Mrs. Kidder. Miss Wheatley.
Mrs. Stewart. Mrs. Russell. Miss Ise
nor, Mrs. Epps. Miss Girault.
I - - -
(Ceatlimed From I’m* \.i
the fact that of the $4,300 raised bv
Uk> Auxiliary during the year. $l
- was paid out to Annapolis bene
ficiaries. all living outside of the
academy; SB4O being returned from
the Washington general office of the
Navy ’Relief Society and the rest
through the executive and relief com
| mittees of the local Auxiliary.
The meeting close! its session wi 1
Applicants for Insurance Often
Judging from reports from drug,
gists who are cimstantlv in direct *
touch with tbe public, there is one
preparation that lias been very sue
' T essfUi iH ovcrcotmuing these condi
ttons. The mild atid healing influ
ence of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Koot is
•oou realued It stands the highest
for its remarkable record of success.
An examining physician for one of 1
the prominent Life Insurance Com
panies. in an interview of the subject,
made an astonishing statement that
one reason why so many applicant*
for insurance are rejected is because
kidney, trouble is so common to the
American people, and the large ma
jority ot those whose abdications are j
declined do not even suspect that
they have the disease. Dr. Kilmer s
Swamp-Root is on sale at all drug
stores in bottles of two sires, medium
and large.
However, if you wish first to test
this great preparation send ten cents
to Dr. Kilmer fit Co., Binghamton, N
wa sample bottle. W lun writ
ing be sure aud mention this paper.
r = —)
Strange Motor Car Co. i
Lack of space for winter
storage, compels us to dis
pose of a number of very
At an extremely low
Terms if Desired
-- •
Strange Motor Car Co.
iL—- =J)
% vote of refret for the Unw cf tbe
president of the Auxiliary and of iti
happiness in her •str.valesecnee
The officers for the year, which be
gan with yesterday's meolinc. are its
follows: President. Mrs. Henry n
Wljson; vice-president. Mrs. Thomas
It. Kurti; secretary. Mra. Harry 11
Forgns; treasurer. Chaplain Sydney 1
There is no other
cigarette of such quality
at such a price.
1 IbSst ' Mi
Let Fatima smokers
tell you
. Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co.
L 1 . " ess — i-S-'-rr .JB
K. Evans.
Announcement will soon be made of
the new relief and finance committees,
after which the work for the winter
will begin in earnest.
Snail Hu 1.400 Teeth.
A dolphin has 200 teeth and a ftr
i den snail more than l,4t*t.

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