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Social and Personal M FRIEND TO .MAN” _.,, h . to Mr. Sam W. Foss.) , ,cd i;i a house by the aide of the road >- 1 ' !t<‘ rate of men passed by; , ,j. , i ftx- good, a bit of the bad. Vr , good and ah bad as I. I > jvc ■ r’e 1 to avoid the scorner’s Vor 1 urlod a ratio’s ban. In a iiouse of dreams and realities, | Am i bo' ti a friend to man/ • But tnv dear little house by the } gjile of the road. Wlu-rc the race of men passed by, Hjr h in ( ‘ how crumbled to earth, jj,a dark canopies of sky. ; 1 am faint with strife. But my ardor of Hope— I’pward. i h'd it ®y* ThouKh I've lost my bouse by the side of the road. I t an be man’s friend till 1 die. LORETTA I*. WILSON, in Jiu Hi more American Admiral V tl H* - #* VVII son's (ArNtnuh t.iiesls Henry H Wilson. Jr., arrives to-1 day from school to spend the Christ holiday t with hiH parents, the Superinteiidf lit of the Naval Academy smt Mrs Wilson. Admiral and Mrs Wllon mil also have Mrs. Wilson’s hrothi r-in-lnw and sister,. Mr. and Mi iiorden. and another sister. Mrs. | jidl\, itb them for the holidays. llinoe. 1 art) tl “fincrtl" Mr. and Mrs. Richard Morton, of. s< v<: r.' v. re hosts tit a small dinner j l;,„t ovi iiini Thrir guests included | Coiiimjnidi r and Mrs. Douglas L. How ..nl. 11 <;•> Lindenberget*. Miss Marie Thump.am. John Barnard und lommnmior I*. .1. Dashlell. Home From Kmerinnrj Hospital ,\li Edward Kieseler, who has been , iimi ly ill at the Emergency Hos- j j .to) for the pant seven weeks, lias nturie d homo whore she is still under th • doctor's care. Ilirtlii'ay Parly Taesdity .Mrs. Granville It. Iloey gave a card part\ on Tuesday night in honor of l.it in, ii int Commander Ho?y’s birth day. To Spend < hr Limas In I’eiiurylvnnb’ •Indite and Alts. Robert Moss will HHitil Christmas with their son and, daughter-!u law, Mr. and Mrs. James D. i Mom at their home in Veadon, Pa, j •ii ;i.ul Mrs. Renato Ronci, the lattei .. dauglit.T of Judge and Mrs. Moss are spending some weeks in An aapc’i'. v.ill visit relatives in Mer ihftti'.sville, N. J„ during the holidays. Visitors From Fliina : and Mrs. W K. Smith, of Hong- ' kong t‘.linn, and their daughter, Ce i*-te. who have been spending sev 'r*l days with Lieut.-Commander ami " rs - H. Hoev, lift last night for •''■'it l raucisco. and will shortly re turn to the Orient. • tili it For ! ; v, >’ ’mi T 0. Stapler and Mrc > Me.' will sail on January C ‘ i si.m 1 ami will later go to the' ” 'in,".!', whire they will remain t >n., nths. M* i diu H’h'er ' mis Joyce. Sr., is spending hi. with her sou and daughter ox Doctor and Mrs. .1. *l. Joyce. I’. otr, George street. Is- • K i ! t d(egi ■ n 'augh Worthington, M: Joseph Muse Worth " t’.ed yesterday from > 'Mi te. Columbia Univer v Vo.ox, for the Christmas wlitlay J 'in. Patents U Hun a, |i;i| V -e i'eldmeycr, daughter of ■ 1 Mrs. George T. Feld-j "mo from Washington. 1 ' i> is taking a special course j as .'duration at the Lucy j s National Training J n-.l joined her parents for the : -‘ristnus holidays. Flange Of I'e'idfnc,, .. L ''-Hnc.nt and Mrs. Henry B. "he have been occupying ' cut in Mrs. James Fergu-j ; >t -31 Prince George V. . ‘ : Vv ' token the entire house. - im s lias moved into one of aunts in the house at 239; co George street. I** The iF Inlay 11 Albert Noble, who is Jj •' -graduate course in Lies <m\ the Chric-tmas hoil- j . - slr: Noble at the apart-* , . " parents, Mr. and ' " Martin. r Fr,.„, ( oßega a !^ CJ Uiley - daughter of I ta rned ' d Mrs H Kh R. Kiiev, re-j ! ' rdav * or Christmas .-' rom Holllng College, where j a student. T i 11 ! Going To llnltl ! \ * Lieut.-Commander and Mrs. T. S. McCloy have come from Boston to "pend the Christmas holidays with , Mrs. McCloy s mother. Mrs. Bernard I Well;. They will Rave early in Janu ary for Haiti, where Lieut.-Com niander McCloy hits been ordered to ■ duty. j Going South For The Winter Mrs. Abson Stewart. 34 Maryland j avenue, will go to Florida immediately after the holidays for the balance of ; the "’inter. Her house wi|i be occupied during her absence by Lieutenant-Com : rnundor Benjamin Perry, whose mar riage to Miss Janet Riddell, of Wash ington, will take place on Saturday. The Misses Ruth Abbott, daughter of S. Reese Abbott; Helen O'Neill and! Katherine Bernstein are home from! j St. Joseph's College. Einmittsburg , for the Christmas holidays The las: ! I two are graduates of St. Mary’s! j School and are taking the college | , course at St. Joseph's. Dinner Parly luist Night Commander and Mrs. E. D. Wash burn entertained informally at din- 1 uer last night. Their guests included Lir tit.-Commander and Mrs. G. B Hooy, Lieut.-Commander and Mrs Laurence S. Stewart and Lieut.-Com maiulor and Mrs. U. E. Rogers. To Vlsil Mrs. William >l. Abbott Mr, and Mrs. A. B. McManus will .•oiiie from Washington to spend j Christmas with Mrs. McManus'! mother, Mrs. William M. Abbott. Midshipmen To Visit 111 Washington Colonel and Mrs. Henry M. Morrow, *lll entertain in Washington for the holidays. Mrs. Morrow’s son. Midship man Reynolds Condon, and live of his 1 classmate?. Midshipmen Mosely. Mus- j ser, Kobey, Sellers and O’Connell. Let the s!tate Capital Bank of the 5*17, s f°." Be Your Santa Claus! Money is Easy to Save If You Do it Systematically. Thrift is a Good Habit but It Must be Acquired. Our Christmas Savings Club Makes It Easy to Form the Savings Habit. No Matter Select the What Yo Want to Save for, only START that Suits You and the Habit WiU Grow ’ ( LASS £ First week 2c. second week 4c. W __ Increase each weekly payment 2c and re- I ||| f u K as t 2 ■fl I M JF 50 $ 25.00 JUIII UUI 1 yLo CLASS .*# First week sc. second week 10c. I M Increase each weekly payment 5c and M v a— _ * A t T # Christmas Savings 20c. Increase each weekly payment 10e . and receive in 50 (P'l CA / T ■ u weeks IblZ i •DU / I MW CLASS 25—Pay 25c straight each week ■ for 60 weeks and 10 PA m receive Mc ,tn % “ok aa Select Your Class from the Adjoining Table and rcoi,e a Z& ' UJ Lnter Today! There is One That Exactly Fits CLASS 100 —Pav SI.OO straight each week FJ 1 .1 | week for 50 weeks and d (TA A A I OUF i OCKetDOOk. receive v eJvP*v/v/ CL \SS 20A— Pay 12.00 straight each week T H F fur 50 weeks and Af) 1 *1 OTT A Tnr 8 a nvrri a ' CLASS sth) —Tay SS.OG straight each week gj 3 jj Jg ffl u J# CI.ASS lOOt—Pay SIO.OO straight e’ch v,eek 'i... $500.00 d ’ SPECIAL CLASS —Join this cia'-s ty agree- I ing to pay any certain amount each week JBkaL Nl Su for 50 weeks, and receive at the end of 50 wcks the fun amount deposited. Of the Eastern Shore Trust Company I lus 4% Interest for Prompt Payment 1 ' Church Circle and Gloucester Street ■: V CveNTNC, r.MT; AL. ANNAPVAGIS. KiAkVLAXD. THURSDAY, DECEMHKR *2l, 1U22. ! Christmas Visitors jin Randall Plaec I .Mm. G. A. Lindke. of Detroit, is i' .-iting her son-in-law and daughter, Lieut.-Cotmnander ami Mrs. Thomas C. SlingluCT. of 4 Randall Place. over the Christmas holidays. Mrs. Sling luff s sister, Mrs. J. S, Proctor, of Boston, will also he with her for Christmas. Children's Dancing | Class To Start Shortly A dancing class for children from , 5 to 12 vears old is leing organized by Mrs. Ridgely r .Melvin, Mrs. Wal ton Hopkins and Mrs W. D. Brereton. Jr. The class will be held o:t Satur day afternoons in Si. John's College gymnasium and will be taught by Miss Margaret Mather, who assists in Mrs. Noudain Duet ’s ciass in/Haiti- I more. It is expcc'eil that tf?e first I meeting will be held on January G. j Spending Vacation With Parents Here Miss Miriam Strange, a student of Western Maryland has arriv ed in Annapolis to . pc-nd the Christ-j mas holidays with her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Strange, at their home on Gloucester street. j Kef urns Horne To >Va* hlmrti n Mrs. Jack W. Hvde cuiil son, Rad j ford, left todhv for their home in j Washington, D. C.. after a visit to Mrs. ; Hyde’s Parents. Mr. r.ml Mr*. >Leon ! Gottlieb, of this city. “ •' ' ’"N i j Young Women's Christian Association M l am come that ihey might have life und that they might have It more abundantly." y The Y. W. C. A. wishes to thank j everyone who contributed so gencr l ously in making tile bazaar a succeaa. | j Special thanks are due The Maryland j Gazette, Evening Capital. The Art I Pres?, and the merchants who gave soj largely for the supper. The co-operation received by the! “V and ail those who worked for the, j bazaar shows that the Y. W. C. A j lias found a permanent plate in An-; napolis and Anne Arundel county The good work that the association is doing among the women apcl girls of this community is rapidly progress ing. Each worker for the “Y” Is spurred on by this co-operation to greater efforts for a better and bigger Y. W. C. A. in Annapolis. Teacher*' Club On Tuesday eveniiig at S p. m.. the Teachers' Club of Annapolis and Anne Arundel comity held their regular meeting in fue “V ” rooms. Professor Howard McCormick, of the Naval Academy, gave a very interestine lec ture on - Turkey and (h e Near East *' This lecture was one cf the r.ost en joyable that the club *has had on Us program. Business (;| r K* dub The Business Girls’ Club he’d their ennnal Christmas party on Mondav December IS. at S p. m.. in the *'Y” rooms. A Christmas tree and gift was one of the enlpvable features of the evening’s urogram, as well as thi ■ songs, music and recitation", given by the girls thfmseives. Delicious re ! fre-shments were served. Dancing (Jusses For the latter part of January Miss Mary Burch will instruct two classes in folk and aesthetic dancing for chil dren. between the ages of four to ten years. There will be two clasces. one lor the children from to seven years old and one for children from seven to ten yeurs old. The classes will be limited to twenty in number As a Christina? gift to a child one of the dancing courses would be most appropriate and would be one tha; any child would enjoy. 71k- fee of $3 for eight lessor.s will be charged anti all who are Interested are urged to come early to register as these classes are among the mos; popular given by the “Y,” Board Meeting On Monday, December IS, nt 3 p i m , the Board of Directors of the Y. , W. C. A. held their regular meeting j in the “Y” rooms. i Mrs. Frank Hughes was elected ! president or the board to fill out the J unexpired term of Mrs. Alphonso ; Smith, who ror'gncd last fall on ae-i ! count of ill health. Mrs. Hughes is! from the South and since slic has been in Annapolis has done splendid work tor the “Y” Under her very able j leadership the Board of Directors i~ I confident of success in all branches or I the association's work Mrs. E. C Heisc.e was elected to fill out the unexpired term of secretary for the board, as Mrs. Hughes held j this position before becoming presi- J dent. STTOIO C LUB POPULAR WITH MOVIE ACTRESSES i . | Hollywood Hans Campaign For En- : larged Club House That jealousy doesn’t always exist j between movie actresses is proven by i the Y. W. C. A. out in Hollywood. Movie actresses, front those in the! “near star” (tarts to others playing asj extras, have combined to make the! Studio Club such a success, that this 1 winter a campaign is to be put on for a greatly enlarged club house of their own. “Gur movie family is made up of’ every branch of the profession,” says; Miss Marjorie Williams. “In fact, the girls arc so talented and fascinating that it is difficult to stop thinking about thc.-y. long enough to look ahead to the problems in industry. Aside from eight actresses six screen or legitimate and two ‘extras*—we have scenario writers, publicity and news-j paper writers, a cutter and one pro | motion agent. Nearly all are working : at the big studios. Eight nationalities' arc represented among them.” Several of th® legitimate actresses! are taking part in a sketch entitled "A i Hollywood Close-up,” soon to appoat j jon a vaudeville circuit. It has bean j i written by a resident member of the! j club. The trials of job-hunting with i no money for next week’s hoard are depicted. Teas and frequent dances are among the social activities of the club. For girls newly arrived, the Employment Bureau and the Rooms Registry play a helpful role. Until the conditions in the movie Industry improve, girls i are strongly urged not to coma to Hollywood without definite positions or sufficient cash to tide them over an indefinite period of unemployment. This season work as “extras.” accord ing to Miss Williams, is difficult even for young women familiar with the big i studios. , Mrs. Jesse Laskv, Mrs. C. U. de Millc 1 and Mrs. William de Mille arc among the women prominent in the Holly wood circle who are active in the club. Daniel Frohman is another staunch friend who visits it on al! his trips to the coast and frequently entertains its! members. Miss Williams’ home is Rochester, I Indiana. SICK BABIES FLOWED Black And Bine Murks Result From Chinese “f are”—Sow Under Baby Clinic's Caw* Babies are still suffering from the j fco-called cures of Chinese doctors of 1 the old school in China. A baby re jccntly brought to Dr. Vlvia B. Cpple | ton. an American woman physician en ■ gaged in health work in Foochow, had perpendicular black and blue marks j on its hack. “Upon questioning the mother, we j found that it was the result of u so ; called medical treatment.” sr.ys D ! Appleton. “The flogging had boon given the child as a treatment for cholera that morning. We found t v youugster suffering from stomach com , plaint. The mother looked sheepish when we told her that the you:!, nr wa3 du~> to over-feeding and :h;r proper feeding was the best care. It seems inconsistent to have Chinese treatment in !he naming and then eome to our Children’s Health Co<fer ft' •• kk"’' *•, t r.Ta.Li-jgi. r r l-zzzz: :::.izr:zr;£riiirrr rrmt:rrra^| ig " || Strength, Security and Service! i FOR lie YEARS THIS BANK HAS SERVED THIS !H COMMUNITY FAITHFULLY AND WELL AND OFFERS UNSURPASSED FACILITIES FOR TRANSACTING EVERY DESCRIPTION OF fi BANKING BUSINESS ] Assets Over . . $2,500,000.00 1 WE PAY 4% INTEREST ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS AND 2% ON DAILY CHECKING BALANCES OVER SCOO THE ONLY NATION A J BANK IN ANNE A RUN DEL COUNTY -1 13 ... THE ... Farmers National Bank j pj OF ANNAPOLIS, MD. J JS&tf Why Not he Well Dressed For Christmas When you can buy all the Clothes you .want and pay only LADIES’ and GIRLS’ coats, suits, dresses, sweaters, etc. MEN’S and BOYS’ suits, o’coats, pants, sweat ers, hats and shoes. | Cash Prices—On Credit! If You Intend to Start Something; Why Not a Charge Account at | 117 MAIN ST. (opposite the A. &P. Tea Co.) Telephone: 435-J enco in the afternoon. But therein lies great hope. The mother brought the baby to us be.v,us> she waa not fully sa? ‘sfietl.” I>r. Appleton heads the health work of the Young Women's Christian Asso ciation In k’hin.i. City \\ii ( health campaigns and Better Babies Confer ences are a frequent part of he. wotk Lectures, demonstration* an l exhibi**, including popularised health propa ganda :n movie form have uir.ady bad a f.ir'rv.tehing effect. At presen, she 13 organising health supervision n the Shanghai government senool upon in vitation. seeking to demonstrate health work in schools thYuaghcul Conn. With the assistance ef Mrs. t hen. Dr. Appleton is trans’afing atr Amer ican book on infant care in.c('iurie.,e. Advisory haaith bulletin* and posters arc being widely distributed. Prior to going to the bar East in 1921, Dr. Apples-) wit engaged iu public health work in Labrador. She was graduated from the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Appleton is fr-nt: Tama, Ohio.