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|Social and Personal
U'l
FftAii-ffs* \| (>vS
people attended tin
4iit at the Officers
Academy, whici
the winter series
itioaed in the ball
• the orchestra vat
. .. off the hall whirl;
r das lug and vat
r a ri'ietit over the for
... r.t The next officers
• ,(ii on December 27,
, ; after Christmas.
flh-TucUr Meddlst?
*•. tun*’' < liurcli
f Cornelius L. Wells,
of I’liiladel*
it* Hr George M
! ,t Carrie Knighton
■< i ol Mr. attd Mrs
Itloouilicld,” in the
i ■ ■ at H; 45 this morn
* lurch in the pres
ii.ii* fumUles of the
Tin- ceremony was
i i Kcv. Edward Dur
|t I, rector of the
; t ■ .11 musical program
! tii urge A Webster
. ..n given in uiur
! not if. wore a dark
i r< s, u black sat*
■ire-il :• lxmquet of cream
Ruth K Tiuk
i t ti!\ attendant, was
vi-t ■ iark blue Itiisslmi crepe
..ti .ii hi anilful of pink
;a large black pic*
i o White, Jr.,
: I, ** i the ceremony Mr.
Mu- \V< !i left for a short wed
y Ip .il I lie i ollClltSlon Of Which
v -.! it\. in Germantown. I'ltilu
•, n lien ; lie bridegroom is fcli
, I i; ila- newspaper publishing
%
printing
Ilinu"-l*o , i*"
filing
ik> i.ih tell rude Itogvrs.
glui r of Mr anil Mrs. George
i v.a. married Saturday. De-j
;" r ai s p 111 . at ihe home tit
parn.' .Monien > avenue and An- 1
nils s’lcct. West Annapolis., to
• i:. l SMlllngf, also of West'
mjieli' Ihe ceremony was per-1
cml by ft* f buries E. Fultz, pas'
il. a rial i It. Church, Wash*
n. I> t The atienduntß were
Cm ! 'I Itego! s, bridesmaid, and
n w r." ■ rs he t man, sister and j
!i ; -i the bride. The wedding
i played by Master Edwin
r: v:>’!i ll i ■!. irmnipaiiiod by Mlse:
- Cariuk. pinnfst. A reception
■ ! * the home of the bride’s,
"i- .car which Mr. and Mrs. 1
1 lift for a short wedding
:■> Tii y will reside at West
fain \ml Mrs hurt/,’
tier IVth
<’ Ceiumaml.iat of Midshipmen
Mv Fur gave a dinner of 12
' la i Their guests were
n an Mi Itjrron I*. Dtißois,
u -Commander and Mrs. I). L. Mc-
Co ..m inder ami Mrs. John
net, 1.-entenani and Mrs. Lynde
•cl l.iottteuant and Mrs.
I parly later attend
■ . the (Hikers’ Mess.
’i" r and Mrs. George
mi'd a company of
•nipper Inst night,
' r guests on to the
'dimers’ Mess.
bug In
"1 Staten Island
; and daughter-in-
Alis T. K. Kurtz.
l>> Mr KiSrtz over
"asftlitgfeii
' - ter who is a niOUl- )
Society, of Wash- j
lunumornble other
: ,ied the reception
> ' Msurday evening
Louisiana. the Hon.
and Mrs. Parker.
1} Uh\., v
--•in and Mrs. G. B.
->i a supepr party j
i-' dance in compli-j
i.>'uiso Boswell and
f irauul Smith, whose
la* > ihe latter
After January Ist, 1923
1 lie Bachrach Studio
BALTIMORE. MD.
>W// Make “At Home” Sittings
IN ANNAPOLIS
"t. tan be made by communicating with
MISS VIRGINIA REED,
16 West Lexington St,
'?a 1600 Baltimore, Md.
To Give
tftrruoon Tea
,e Commander and Mrs. H. D. Cooke
s’ have sent out cards for an afternoon
U reception on December 13, from 4:30
s. to 6.
Hi -
s Guests Of
h Mrs. Godfrey
s Miss Katherine Brewer, of Balti
•- more, and Miss Miriam Hill, of Phil
i' adelphia. are week-end guests of
Lieutenant and Mrs. Vincent 11. God
frey.
Bridge Party
Yesterday
, Mrs. E. 11. Connor gave a bcauli
* fully apiHiinted bridge party yester
day afternoon at her residence, 20
~ Southgate avenue, in complhneut to
i. her mother, Mrs. A. C. McMeans, of
P | Santa Rosa, Calif. Channingly dec*
. orated parchment lamp shields were
. the prizes for each table. Among the
i winners were Mrs. Nevvtt Steele, Mrs.
n Fred Kerry aud Mrs. Harry B. lßrg.
Tea Fur
i Mrs. Dodson
Miss Nell Ennis was hostess at a
large tea yesterday afternoon at the
Tilack Cat Restaurant in compliment
e to Mrs. C. W. Dodson, of Mobile, Ala..
formerly Miss Florence Childs. Mrs
i Clarence M. White presided at the tea
table, aml Miss Mary Munroe also as
ij slsted.
Mrs. Evan Burnside; of Silver City.
N M . who is visiting Mrs. John Floyd
Wagguuiun, will remain with her un
til after Christmas.
(Mirers* llume hi
, Newport Itiirned
t’.ilitaiii J. G. Church of the War
College. Newport, and Mrs. Church,
whose homo in Pell street was burn
ed a few nights ago. are the guests
of Commander and Mrs. R. F. Dillon
■t their residence in Everest street
l-apt. and Mrs. Church have a large
circle of friends in Annapolis, where
lie has served several tours of duty.
“At llume" On
Tuesday
Mrs. W. It. Van Auken will he ‘at
home” on Tuesday afternoon next
from 4:30 to 6. *
Spending Week-End
With I'iirents
Walter S. Brady. Jr., is spending
j the week-end with his parents, Mr
and Mrs. W. S. Bradv, of Charles
street. Ho will return to Alt' St. Jos
eph’s Sunday.
Guest Of Miss
Louise Linlhlcuni
Mir.s Margaret Linthicum, of Balti
more, visited her sister. Miss Louise
Linthicum. principal of the Aunapolls
High School, early in the week.
fieri* Fur
Midshipmen's Hop
Miss Louise Michael, of Lynchburg
Va.. K spending the wreck-end with
the Misses Fcldmeycr. of Prince
George street, and wilt attend Ihe
midshipmen's hop (his ovvuiiig.
Next Meeting Of
Buoklovers* Club
The work of the German dramatis:
Sudcrniauu and Hauptmann will hi
the subject of the next meeting of the
j Booklovers’ Club, to be held on Tues
day, December 12. at the residence of
Mrs. Henry M. Robert, Jr., 214 Prince
George street. “Veiled Content" and
"The Weavers" will be the two plays
taken up during the afternoon.
\ Kiting In
New JrrscT
Miss Agnes Brady, daughter of Mrs
James X. Brady, lias left to spend
some time with her cousins. Mr. and
Mrs. Harry la* Roy Volk, of Ilasbrouck
Heights, New Jersey.
\ Kiting At
Murray Hill
The Reverend and Mrs. John Arm
istead Welbourn, of Tokyo. Japan, are
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs
Frank Munroe. of Murray Hill. Mr.
Welbourn is a nephew of Miss Eliza
beth Ar mi stead, who lives at the
j Chase Home. *
Here For Golden
Wedding Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Evans, of
(Norfolk, and their two children ar-
I rived this morning to visit Mrs
Evans' parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Childs, of Charles street, who will
celebrate their golden wedding an
niversary tomorrow.
ttVyyTKG fAPiTAT., AWATMLTS, MARYLAND, SATURDAY. DECEMBER p. *
Dances Today At
Carvel Hall
There will be a tea-dance at Carvel
Hall this afternoon from 3 to six and
a dance this evening from 7 to mid
night.
HJKhlpmeu*s
Entertainments Today
The dance at the Naval Academy
this evening will be for the First and
Second Classes. It will be given in
the Gymnasium. The Second Class
wilt also have a show in the Audi
torium at 8:15 p. m., and there will be
an informal dance this afternoon from
4 to 6 in the Gymnasium.
Cuming Fur Parent**
Golden Wedding Anniversary
Mr. aud Mrs. W. F. Chili Ls. Jr., and
family will arrive from Frederick this
evening to attend the golden wedding
anniversary of Mr. Childs’-parents,
which will be celebrated tomorrow.
COUNTY’S HOME FOR
POOR IS WELL KEPT
(CnllnuMl Yrvnt r*|t .i
“The white women were in (heir
rooms aud seemed very happy and
coulcnted. The rooms In the main
building where the white people were
lodged, were in excellent conditipa, j
aud could uot to improved on.
“We inspected the kitchen, pantry,
heating and lighting system, also wa
ter works. We found nothing to co:i
demu, but a sreat deal to praise, lu
our opinion wc have an excellent
keeper, and Ills wife seems to be just
the person to look after the domestic
end of the establishment.
The only recommendation we have
to make is that the open dtaln, lead
ing from the outlet of the cess pool
<t the water,—a matter of forty feet
(40). be piped. As it is now. the odor
is very offensive, and in our judg
ment unhealthy. This improvement
could be made at a very small cost,
and we urge that it be done.
"(Signed)
"THOMAS JOHN HALL. 3rd.
“Chairman.
“BEALL WORTHINGTON.
“HARRY PRICE"
FOFGIIS AND FOLDS IN WINTER
Indoor sedentary life in winter has
a direct bearing on the prevalence <>i
coughs and cold-*. Keep the bowels
active and overcome constipation with
Foley Cathartic Tablets. Colds,
coughs, croup, throat, chest and bron
chial trouble quickly relieved with
Foley’s Honey and Tar. Contains t o
opiates—ingredients printed on tl;e
wrapper. Largest selling cough medi
cine in the world. “Folye’s Homy
aud Tar is wonderful for atacks of
coughs and colds.” writes W. 11. Gray,
Venice, California. —tAdv.)
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WITHJED PEPPER,
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just fry Red Pepper Rub aud you will
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Nothing has such concentrated, pen
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Pepper Rub you feel the tingling heat.;
In three minutes it warms the sore
spot, through and through. Frees the
'ood circulation, breaks up the eon
—and the old rheum itism lor-I
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ltowles Red Feppcr Rub, made
rom m! peppers, costs little at any
lrug store. Get a jar at once. Use it!
for lumbago, neuritis, backache, stiff
ticck, sore muscles, colds in check
Almost instant relic? awaits you. Be
sure to get the genuine, with the
name Howies on each package.—
(Adv.)
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\ ST. ANNE’S PARISH
(ProlMteat KpiMwpMl: YoundrU MSS.)
UEV. EDWARD D. JOHNSON, D. D.
Rector.
7:30 A. M.—Holy Communion,
i 9:30 A.M. —Church School.
11:00 A. M. —Morning Prayer.
(First Sunday, Holy Com
munion.)
’ 7:30 P. M.—Evening Prayer.
All sittings free and unassigned.
ST. LL'KE’s' CHAPEL
KASTPORT
ItEV. UKOItGK R. SAVAGE.
3:00 P. M.—Sunday School.
4:00 P. M.—Evening Service.
ST. MARY’S CATHOLIC CHURCH
Masses at . 7,9, 10:30 (High Mass).
Evening Devotion, 7:30 P. M.
KATAL ACADEMY CHAPEL
8:43 A. M.—Celebration of the Holy
Communion.
10:45 A. M. —Morning prayer and
sermon. Preacher, thf
Rt. Rev. John Newton
McCormick. D. D.. Bishop
of Western Michigan.
12 Noon—Sunday School.
Divine service, morning prayer and
sermon, will also be held in the Audi
torium (Mahau HalD at 10:45 a. in."
CALVARY M. K. CHl'Jti'H
H. VV. lllltCAN, Pastor.
9:45 A.M.—Sunday School in Re
ligious Education Build
ing. Maryland avenue and
Prilfce George street.
9:45 A. M.—B rotherbood Bible
Class, held in church
building, State Circle.
11:00 A. M.— Church Nursery.
11:00 A.M. —Sermon by pastor.
7:15 P. M.—E pworth League
Bright Hour.
8:00 P. M.— Sermon by the pdstor.
8:00 V. M.—(Wednesday) Church
Training School (Senior).
7:30 P. M.—(Friday) Church
Training School (Junior).
All are welcome.
ST. MARTIS’S EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH
FUKPt-ItICK R. GRaISpBR. Pastor.
9:45 A. M,—Sunday School.
11:00 A.M.—Preaching service.
7:30 P. M.—Evening service.
Church Council meets on 'Monday
evening. Toung People’s League
meets on Wednesday evening.
A cardial iuvitation extended to all.
COLLEGE AYE. BAPTIST CIIUBCH
DR. JOHN S. SOWERS, Tastor.
10:00 A.M. —Bible School. Fred.
Bausura, Supt.
11:00 A.M.—Morning worship. Ser
mon by pastor. Subject:
“Whom Shall I Send?"
8:00 P.M.—Evening worship. Ser
mon by pastor.
8:00 P. M.—• (Wednesday)—Special
busiuess meeting and
Bible study.
Cordial invitation to all.
TRINITY JL E. CHURCH, SOUTH
ÜBV. g. E. OWENS. Pator.
10:00 A. M-—Sunday , School and
Men’s Bible Clans
11:00 A. M.—Morning service.
3:00 P.M. —Men’s meeting. Ser
mon by Rev. Ncvltt, of
Baltimore.
7:30 P. M. —Song Service.
8:00 P.M. —Revival meeting.
Public invited to attend ail services.
EASTPORT 31. E. CHURCH
KCV. JOHN T. JAEGER. Minivtcr.
9:45 A. M. —Men’s Bible Class.
11:00 A.M.—Sermon bv the pastor.
2:30 P. M.—Sunday School.
7:15 P. M.—Epworth League.
8:00 P. M.—Sermon by the pa&tor.
The public is cordially invited to all
services.
EDWARDS CHAPEL
REV. JOHN T. JAEGER. MinUter.
2:00 p.M. —Sunday School.
3:ooP.M.— Sermon by the pastor.
The public cordially inrited to all
services.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERTICES
S STATE CIRCUS
10:00 A.M.—Sunday School.
11:00 A M.—Subject: -God the Tre
server of Man.**
Thb reading room is open every
Wednesday from 3 to 5 P. M.. where
all authorized Christian Science lit
erature may be read, borrowed or pur
chased. All cordially welcome.
BIBLE STUDENTS
Knlgtil of rrtSlaa Hell
10:00 A. M.—Children's Bible Class.
I ,11:00A.M.—Bible Study.
3:00 P.M.—Discourse by V. F.
Schmidt, of New York.
All are welcome.
EASTPOKT BAPTIST CHURCH
i‘R. John* Howard eager. rstwr.
11:00 A.M.—Morning worship.
3:30 P.M.—Sunday School. John
Stokes, Supt.
7:00 P. M —B. V. P. Union.
8:00 P. M.—Livening worship.
A cordial welcome to all.
PRESBYTERIAN CHI'RCU
REV. S. E. PERSONS, I. i*., Miuiater.
9:50 A.M.—Sunday School.
11:00 A.M.—Sermon by minister.
8:00 P.M.—Sermon by the minis
ter. Subject: "Is the
United States Doing its
Duty in Kuorpe and the
Kast?”
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
(COLORED)
REV. H. U. PIERCE. Pastor.
F. TERUgL, Church Clerli.
11:00 A.M.—Sermon by the pastor.
1 :©0 P. M.—Sunday School.
8:00 P.M. —Sermon by the pastor.
Ail are welcome.
MT. MORI Ail A. M. E. CHURCH
REV. P. J. JORDAN. Pastor.
11:00A.M.—Sermon bv the pastor.
2:30 P. M. —Sunday School.
5:00 P.M. —A. C. E. league.
7:30 P.M.—Song and Prayer Serv
ice.
8:00 P.M. —Sermon by the pastor.
All are welcome.
ASBURY H. E. CHURCH
REV. A J. MITCHELL. Pastor.
11:00 A.M.—Sermon by the pastor.
2:3oP.M.—Suuday School.
7:00 P.M.—Kpworth League.
8:00 P.M.—Sermon by pastor.
CHRISTMAS SEALS FOR ‘
TUBERCULOSIS FIGHT
(Cnttni From Pag* L)
it baa given relief and help to many
an adult patient. It has helped in
reducing the death fate front tuber
culosis in Maryland from 3934 in 1918
to 3262 in 1919; from 2148 in 1920 to
2005 in 1921. The number has con
stantly diminished even though the
population has increased cousiderafc
-1 - ' . 1 ■' " " 1 mJ' '■■
j Splendid
Gift
Start your children’s
education right by giv- I
ing them a typewriter.
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All makes Sold. Rented
Rebuilt, Exchanged.
Send for Price List and Easy
Payment Plan.
Nitholioc Typewriter Exchange
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ly.
And these results have been accom
plished not only through educational
[campaigns but by real practical work.
If it were not lor the Miracle House
at Claiborne, iu which real miracles
are done, quite a few little toys and
girls would face a bleak and hope
less future. By means or healthgiv
ing sunlight and fresh air. good food
and medical attention the disease is
kept from getting a hold on suscept
ible lungs, bones and skin, and the
little patient is given a chance to be
come strong and healthy.
i Crusade In Schools
The seal sale also enables the as
sociation to carry on its Health Cru
sade work in the schools. Last year
alone lOOWOO children were taught
principles of hygiene and health hab
its through literature, lectures, con-
I tests, moving pictures aud other
means. Demonstration clinics at
which patients are examined and
treatments suggested are also main
tained.
The 1922 Christmas seal is most at
tractive in design. It represents a
mother with her child and the hope
held out to her by tho double-barred
cross, the symbol of the National Tu
-1 fcereulosis Association. It Is the work
■ of T. M. Cleland of New York aud
■ was selected by a group of well
known artists from the Metropolitan
Museum of Art aud the Art Decora
tors League of America, from a large
numbor of contributed designs.
Dr. Thomas Fell is chairman uf the
distribution board of Anne Arundel
county aud will gladly give information
about the sale and supply to any who
might be interested in this worthy
cause.
$75,000 Goal is Sought
Seventy-five thousand dollars is the
goal toward which the Seal Sale cam
paign /managers are working which
means that an equal number of Health
Bonds or seven and a half million
stamps must be sold.
This is the fifteenth year that the
Christmas seal lias been used to fight
the white plague. To Jacob itiis the
well-known social worker and to Miss
Emily i\ Biased, of Delaware, jointly
belongs the honor of originating the
idea. In 1907 Mr. Kiis’ interest was
aroused by the receipt of a Christmas
tuberculosis stamp on a letter from
Norway, where the custom of raising
funds by this means was in vogue at
that time. He published an article
about the queer-looking stamp in the
Outlook and suggested seme possible
use for it in this country. Miss Bis
sell at once saw an opportunity and
prepared a stamp from the sule of
which her society realized $3,000 for
tuberculosis work. So impressed was
she with her success that she induced
the American Red Cross to take up
the sale on a national basis. Since
that time it has been the chief source
of revenue of the National Tubercu
losis Association. The seal sale in
1921 produced $3,300,000. The order
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Ti OFFERS UNSURPASSED FACILITIES FOR
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ASK FOB THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE BED BAND
EAGLE MIKADO
EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK
for 1922 for the entire country is for
974,000.000 stamps. How much of
this is your share?
Try an ad in THE EVENING CAPI
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