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.. til.- reception that
in, i his mother,
~ ...ill Hold at the
Mrs. Ritchie will
Hi,well Carroll.
! \;r H Henry, of
j„ • house guests;
, ,in. Mrs. James
v, 1i Stevens, and
Mr.- following girls
ve aluo been in
in. Misses Cusachs
y.alcs, Miss Polly
>,,ra and Harriet
/,ib. Hi and Julia
1.., a.i- Dugan, Miss
i V ■ . Amie Kidgely
play for dancing
iWi'rernoon.
~1 Mr., ,i, i . A Lloyd tire ir
they are the guestr
, i,ro* in r and Bistor-ln
, , <Mi liubert Taylor.
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rl,H' (Ini.
ritil will meet or
i at the residence o'
mh 1’ Hans, 1 King!
• r e .- i’.ryan. of 3S Upshur I
i-! a few friends at 1
’ ! aferneon in cotnpli
-0 „.r n:ot!i-r, Mrs. I. W. Lit*
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root
(anllna
v P Svluuitz, v:ho lias been
v r.a' 'tine with Doctor and
Newell in Charlotte, N. C..
el On
•ui > >n of .Mr. ami Mrs.
"t Hast port, was op*
;• ajci'iuli.itis yesterday
:hv Hospital. Dr. j
': Lidiai'itY, performed the i
Die tiny is now on the]
n cowry
I \l! !i*. iiilhitu
Via.rhan
i i: * William P. Ful* j
it luncheon vester- 1
a'.'ii Hot*.]. Washing*
a is im haled Mrs. |
Mr. and Mrs. Henri j
Mi Corinick-tlood
iuhlcr and Mrs. Em*
*' Admiral ami!
• ,!r. F. S. N„
George W.
lii.i, have taken
Darlington, in
Dunnnieed
■•i Redgrave is
: , engagement of'
•Da Alden Ued-j
Wesley McLaren
graduate of the
of lf>lo. now
u Corps of the
> a . ;i take place
September. Mrs.
- >:or have been
;; Dost on with
' n Redgrave.
-Miss Hope Pills
"as recently
dgrave is well
'* :U < ‘ f .ved here last
' f. while her
• Lrave was at*
-r.,school.
* i
Story, Jr., of {
! y their two ,
Story and
■ v "l Pail next ,
"‘•lere they will j
and daughter. ,
H. Glen. Capt. (
: v attached to 1
Washington, it' ]
" at Cairo. Miss ,
t ‘ ' l 'f honor at a
■ m Washington
Hanna.
: '<> an. of Phila-
Mi s. George
remain until
Herzog who
'• V, "U return
'■ ' ,;,r holiday with
Howard, of 9
* eMtrnod from
* *■- ■ a w a re
i
>ln gage men I
Announced
Rear-Admiral Frank T. Fletcher
and Mrs. Fletcher announce the en
gagement of their daughter. Miss
Sybil A. Fletcher, to Lieut. Reginald
Worth Hubbell. U. S. A. Lieut. Hub
i ell Is u son of Rrig.-Gen. Henry W.
Hubbell.
Pinner Tonight At
(internment House
Governor Ritchie and his mother,
Mrs. Albert Ritchie, will give a din
ner tonight. Their guests will in
clude Judge and Mrs. James P. Gor
t< r. Mr. and Mrs. John Requardt, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank R. Kent, Mr. and Mrs.
\V\ W. Beck, Mr. and Mrs. William
Milnes Maloy, Mr. and Mrs. R. Ben
nett Darnall, Miss Mary E. Shearn,
Miss Barker, and Mrs. Henry, who is
stopping at the Mansion. Christmas
colors will be carried out in the table
decorations, which will be crimson
poinsettias and ferns. Silver candel
abra with red candles will further en
hance the holiday colors.
To Attend
Washington Wedding
General James Parker and his son
ind daughter-in-law. Lieut. - Com
mander and Mrs. James Parker. Jr.,
will go to Washington on Tuesday to
ittend the wedding of their cousin,
, 'hauncey G. Parker, Jr., and Miss
1 Cecilia McCallum, which will take
dace at St. John's Church and will
;e followed by a reception at the home
>f the bride's mother, Mrs. Sherman
McCallum, in Massachusetts avenue.
ConvaleKcing
J From Illness
Mrs. John Cates, of Flushing, L. 1.,
! i daughter of Mrs. J. Wirt Randall,
s improving from her recent indls-
I tosition.
I Banco At Carrel
Hall Tonight
The regular Carvel Hall dance will
ie given this evening from 7:30 to
midnight.
Sapper Party
Tonight
Lleut.-Commftnder and Mrs. Fran
cis W. Rockwell will entertain forty
gueßts at a buffet supper tonight and
later take their party to the dance In
tho Naval Academy.
Ihinres For
Midshipmen
The “Now Year’s hop” will be given
this evening in the Naval Academy
Gymnasium, and will last from 8:30
to midnight. There will also be an
informal dauco this afternoon and
Monday in the Gymnasium.
Party For
Ueut. And Mrs. Coe
Lieutenant and Mrs. T. L. Schu
macher gave a card party last night
in honor of Lieutenant and Mrs. D
W. Coe. who are spending the holi
days here. There were six tables
i <>f progressive bridge, the prizes be
! ing won by Mrs. Arthur Motn, Mrs. I
F.. S. Earnhardt and Lieutenant Coe.
Raldwin-Rruee
Wedding Today
At the wedding of Willard A. Bald
; win, son of Summerfield Baldwin, of
1 Baltimore, and Miss Isabel Bruce,
daughter of Mrs. L. Craven Bruce, of
Yonkers, which will take place this
afternoon at S o’clock in the Church
l of St. Mary the Virgin. Now York,
the ceremony will be performed by
the Rev. S. P. Delaney, D.D.. rector
!of tho church, assisted by the Rev.
Dr. Morris Gilbert, of St. Paul’s
| Church, Yonkers.
The bride, who will walk with her
j brother, Alfred Craven Bruce, a grad
uate of last year's class at the Naval
\cademy. will wear a wedding gown
>f white satin, trimmed with a bertha
>f °ld family lace, with a tulle train.
Her veil will be of tulle and lace
md she will carry a shower bouquet
of bride’s roses and white orchids.
She will have a matron and maid
>f henor and five bridesmaids, who
; will all be dressed alike in dresses of
golden yellow taffeta with tulle hats
to match and will carry old-fashioned
bouquets of sweetheart roses and
sweet peas. They will be Miss Ellen
P. Maurice, of Eagle Springs, N. C.,
maid of honor; Mrs. Robert Stoddart.
of Yonkers, matron of honor. The
bridesmaids will be Miss Harriet
Scales, daughter of Rear-Admiral and
Mrs. A. 11. Scales; Miss Margaret
Taylor of Washington, daughter of
General Harry Taylor, U. S. A.; Miss
Frances Shettuck, of Rye; Mi6s Cor
nelia Hand Baird, of Yonkers, and
Mrs. Ormond DeKay, of New York.
Peter Jones, the small cousin of the
bride, and Juliet Baldwin, the little
daughter of the groom, will be flower
girl and ring-bearer. Mr. Baldwin
will have his brother, Charles C.
Baldwin, as best man, and the ushers
will be James Garretson. of Bronx
ville; A. H. Rutherford, John Ridgelv
and Lawrence Wroth, of Baltimore.
The groom’s father. Summerfield
Baldwin, and a large number of 4iis
relatives, will go on from Baltimore
for the wedding and reception for the
fatnily, which will be given at the
Hotel Vanderbilt afterwards.
Mr. Baldwin and his bride will lie
at homo after the fifteenth of Feb
ruary at 39 Sagamore Road. Bronx
ville, N. Y.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Advertise in The F.vcning Capital.
It brings revolts!
. THE F.VEN’IXG CAPITAL. ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND, SAICRDAV. DECEMBER 30. xajg.
|* j SCHOOL DAqS |*[
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THE RIGHT THING l
at the
RIGHT TIME
By MARY MARSHALL PUFFEE
FOR THE CHAPEROX
Air and manner art more expressive
than words.— Richardson.
Tl* YOU were asked to act as clmp.
*■ erou for a party of young girls aud
boys would you know Just what yon
ought to do if you undertook that re
sponsibility?
A chaperon need not be married— 1
but when un unmarried chaperon is
chosen she should be a person of
dignified appearance and of mature
years. If the chaperon is married, she
need not be accompanied by her hus
band, even when the party Is in the
evening; though if you are asking a
married woman to perform this serv
ice for you you should, of course, in
clude an Invitation to her husband
also.
If It is n theater party, she should
he given the best pluce. If the guests
are seated in a box then she aits in ;
one of the front seats. At a dance a
chaperon may dance a few dances,
but it would he rather out of keeping I
with her responsibility to danee all
or even the majority of the dames.
She need not, of course, watch the
young women in the party as If she
were a duenna, but she should make
a point to be in evidence all through
the party. At n small dance the
guests who know her should make it
a point to'present the other young,
people to her. If she is chaperoning
a certain young womau at a larger
dance then they should emphatically
present their escorts to her. Need
less to say, the chaperon always re
mains until the last guest or darner
has gone. If you do not feel like re
maining until the “wee sma’ hours” do
not accept an Invitation to chaperon
a dance, for since the war is over
dances are continued much later than
they have been, and unless ihe chap
eron has been especially enjoined hy
the parents of her charges, or unless
they are very young, she should not
object to this late dancing.
One of the most difficult tasks that
any chaperon ever lias to perforin is
that of “calling down*’ one of her
charges. Occasionally, of course, some
daring young person will indulge in
one of the dance steps that are looked
upon askance by proper folks. But
If the chaperon herself lias not
danced for a decade or so she must
make allowances for the changes that
have taken place iu the way young
persons dance. It is efttreraely ill
bred to cull a dancer down conspicu
ously. In most cases it is better to
wait until the dance Is through and
the dancers have left the floor nod
then to make the request for a chatigs
in mode of dancing quite confiden*
t Lilly.
tlCopy right.)
I THE CHEERFUL CHERUB
I like to ketr tke hymns
in church i
I feel uplifted m my
ket-rt,
Especially wkefk'tenors
sin<g
Tktir extr e, little,
squeezed-in 4* \ v j
pert
Jr
/tkf EMULATION.
s™ S f How in the
ACH world does It covt
y\ \ iHUyou so much to
1 live?
1 *o m e times
7 MV fancy it’ because
J H I have such ex
tJj / JM pensive neigh-
A millionaire has been found work
ing as a waiter. Some people are
■ never satisfied with what they have.—
Reading News-Times.
The time is upon us as Americans to
give of ourselves, of our bodies to toil,
of our hearts to effort, of our souls to
sacrifice.—Coolldga.
GOOD EATING
j r*'ARROTS are u valuable food and
recent discoveries have proven
that they contain the soluble vitaiulne
so necessary for growth and health.
, Carrots in soup und salads, us a vege
tnblc, iu pudding or pie, ns pickles and
, conserve—who shall call them the
humble vegetable?
Carrot Pie.
Take one cupful of masked cooked
carrot, add one cupful of milk, one
beaten egg, three tablespoonfuls of
molasses, salt, mace, cinnamon and
nutmeg to taste and one tablespoon
ful of melted butter. Fill the cruat
and bake as pumpkin pie
Carrot Pudding.
Take one cupful each of raw ground
, carrots and apple, one cupful of
raisins, one-half cupful each of brown
sugar and molasses, one cupful of
ground suet, one teaspoonful of bak
ing powder, one cupful of flour, one*
half cupful of bread crumbs, one-half I
teaspoonful each of nutmeg, cloves,
cinnamon and soda. Mix and steam
two and one-half hours. Serve with
| an egg sauce.
Carrot Sponge.
i Take one cupful of grated raw car
rot. one-third of a cupful of sugar,
one of milk, two tablespoonfuls of
gelatin, the white of an egg, salt and
vanilla to taste. Heat the milk and
| add the sugar. Soak the gelatin in
four tablespoonfuls of water, dissolve
over beat, then add the milk. Set the
mixture aside until it begins to hard
en around the edges. Beat It well
with an egg boater and add the grated
carrot, vanilla and fold in the well
beaten egg white; turn Into a mold.
Serve with a soft custard.
Orange and Carrot Marmalade.
Take six medium sized carrata,
three oranges, one lemon, Juice and
rind. Dice and cook the carrot in as
little water as possible until tender.
Cut the oranges and lemon in small
pieces. Measure the carrot and fruit
and add two-thirds as much sugar
Sixnmer until clear. Use care that no
seeds of the fruit are left In the mix
ture. Turn Into Jelly glasses and
when cold seal with paraffin.
Carrot and Apple Salad.
Take one cupful each of grated car
rot and apple, one small onion grated,
a stalk of celery finely chopped, one
fourth cupful of walnut meats broken
In bits, salt, pepper and a highly sea
soned boiled dressing. Let stand to
• season for an hour or more and serze
on lettuce with a spoonful of raayoi>
nuise.
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<6, 182a. WHttn N*wpaptr Vmlos.)
It might be well to remind European
* j nations that hounding one anothei
-: won’t keep the world from going tt
the dogs.—Hartford Times.
ST. AXLE'S PARISH
(TrotMtACt Epii.ropul; Eouodrd 1895.)
REV. KDWARP D. JOHNSON. D. V. I
S Rector.
7:30 A. M.—Holy Communion.
9:30 A. M.—Church School.
11:00 A. M.—Morning Prayer.
(First Sunday, Holy Com
munion.)
All sittings free and unassigned.
ST. LTKISr CHAPEL
KASTPORT
REV. UEoItUE R. SAVAGE.
3:00 P.M.—Sunday School.
4:00 P.M.—Evening Service.
ST. MART'S CATHOLIC CIU'RCH
Masses at 6. 7,8, 10:30 (High Mass).
Evening Devotion, 7:30 P. M.
NATAL ACADEMY CHAPEL
8:45 A. M.—Celebration of the Holy j
Communion.
10:45A.M. —Morning prayer and
sermon.
12 Noon—Sunday School.
CALVARY M. E. CHURCH
H. TV. BURGAX, Pastor.
9:45 A.M.—Sunday School in Re
ligious Education Build
ing, Maryland avenue and
Prince George street.
9:45 A. M.—B rotherhood Bible
Class, held in church
building. State Circle.
11:00 A.M.—Church Nursery.
11:00 A.M. —Sermon by pastor,
“America at the Turn of '
the Year.”
10:00 P. M. —E p worth League,
Watch Night Bright'
Hour.
11:00 P.M.—Watch Night Service.
7:30 P.M.—(Friday) Church
Training School (Junior).
All are welcome.
ST. MARTIN'S EVANGELICAL
LUTHERAN CHURCH
FREDERICK H. GRAKPKK. Pastor.
9:45 A. M.—Sunday School.
11:00A.M.—Preaching Service.
2:30 P.M.—Preaching Service.
Ladle*' Aid on Tuesday evening.
A cerdial invitation extended to all.
COLLEGE AYE. BAPTIST CHURCH
DR. JOHN 8. SOWERS. Pastor.
10:00 A. M—Bible School. Fred
Bausum, Supt.
11:00 A. M.—Morning worship. Ser
mon by pastor. Subject:
"Thoughts for the New
* Tear."
8:00 P. M.—Evangelistic Service.
8:00 P. M. (Wednesday) Bible
Study. Meeting of trus
tees.
Cordial invitation to all.
TRINITY M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH
REV. A. E. OWENS. Pastor.
10:00 A. M.—Sun da y School and
Men’s Bible Class.
11:00 A.M.—Morning service.
8:00 P.M.—Evening service.
10:30 P.M.—Watch Night Service.
Public invited to attend all services.
EASTPORT BAPTIST CHURCH
DR. JOHN HOWARD EAGER. Pastor.
11:00A.M. —Morning worship. Ser
mon by pastor on the
Duty of a Church to the
Pastor and the Pastor to
the Church.
2:30 P.M. —Sunday School. John
Stokes. Supt.
7:00 P.M.—B. Y. P. Union.
8:00 P.M.—Sermon by pastor on
“America, God’s Country
and Why."
EASTPORT M. E, CHURCH
REV. JOHN T. JAEGER. Mluister.
9:45 A. M.—Men’s Bible Class. ♦
11:00 A. M.—Sermon by the pastor.
2:30 P.M. —Sunday School.
9:30 P.M. —Epworth League Serv
ice.
10:30 P.M. —Watch Night Service.
The public is cordially invited to all
services.
EDWARDS CHAPEL
REV. JOHN T. JAEGER, Minister.
2:00 P. M.—Sunday School.
3:00 P.M. —Sermon by the pastor.
The public cordially invited to all
services.- ,
BIBLE STUDENTS
Knight* of Pythias Hall
10:00 A.M.—Children’s Bible Claes.
11:00 A. M.—Bible Study.
7:30 P.M.—Discourse by Frank
Ilockaday, of Baltimore.
All are welcome.
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„ BENJ. E. S ARLES
r ’ AGENT
o| Phene SOl-* Annapolis, Ml
) CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES
5* STATE CIRCLE
10:00 A. M.—Sunday School.
11:00 A.M. Subject: “Christian
Science."
8:00 P.M.—Wednesday. Jan. j
Testimonal Meeting.
The reading room is open ever j
Wednesday from 3 to 5 P. M., when |
all authorized Christian Science lit
! erature may be read, borrowed or pur :
chased. All cordially welcome.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
REV. S. K PERSONS, D. >.. Minister I
9:50 A. M.—Sunday School.
11:00A.M.—Sermon by ministei j
Subject: “A New cm
Living Way For the Xev
and Living Year.”
8:00 P.M.—Sermon by the mini
ter. Subject: “A Guic
for 1923."
8:00 P. M. (Wednesday) Pre
paratory Lecture.
j
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
(COLORED) i
REV. IT. v. PIERCE. Pastor.
V. TERREL. Elntr. h Clerk.
8:00 P.M. (Tonight) Christ
mas Tree festival. Silver
offering at tho door.
11:00 A.M.—Sermon by the pastor.
1:00 P. M.—Sunday School.
3:00 P.M.—Ordaining of Dcacotx
7:00 P. M. — B. Y. P. U.
8:00 P.M.—Preaching by the Rev
John Henry.
Meetings will be conductod by Rev.!
, John Henry all the week.
All are welcome.
MT. MORIAH A. M. E. CHURCH
REV. I*. J. JORDAN. Pastor
11:00 A.M. —Sermon by the pastor.
2:80 P. M. —Sunday School.
5:00 P.M.—A. C. E. League.
9:00 P.M.—Watch Night sermon
by Rev. C. H. Stepteau,
D. D.. of Baltimore.
All are welcome.
ASBURY M. E. CHURCH
RKV. A. J. MITCHELL, PHator.
11:00 A. M.— Sermon by the pastor.
2:30 P.M.—Sunday School.
7:00 P.M.—Epworth League.
8:00 P.M.—Sermon by pastor.
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I OF ANNAPOLIS, MD. |
A Merry Christmas and Happy New
Year to all of our patrons. We are closing
|| one of our most prosperous years, made so
by the loyalty and confidence of our
y clientele.
Our gross assets are
now over $2,830,000.00
We pay 4 per cent, on Savings and 2
per cent, on Checking Accounts.
| The Only National Bank in a
Anne Arundel County
j] Organized Over 117 Years Ago. |
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iust try Red Pepper Rub and you will
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ore muscles, colds in chest. Almost
nslant relief awaits you. Be sure to
•<*t the genuine, with the name Rowles
1 n each package.
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