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Evening capital. (Annapolis, Md.) 1922-1981, April 09, 1923, Image 3

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. I . >ou where you are
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Wl' went from me!
ir . mre* ho well known,
t “Come, my own,"
uger there!
! m left alone
days that now have
. I . you where you art
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ML r mirage in this
, , „,y h* art of bliss!
K r ' Iteu-e
■ Brewer, of Haiti
tguest of Mrs. Alber.
I ii, r die week-end.
& I lull
E rmHTtw
■ j>, ; 1, I lull will meet tomor
K, , p i-nee of Mrs. Mol tot
| -jf/j Hanover street,
Ln Afternoon
[;,>! Claude, of 22 State
■ f :i tie “at home" tomorrow
Eg from 4 to C:3O.
I (lull
E- man I’-. lurllh entertained
E-,. dull on Friday afternoon
E prize aas won by Mrs. Uor
and Hie "consolation” by
■ H. Allen.
E liHiice
E. I'aj lor
nyaiile birthday dance wa
lint Friday evening at the real
I - Miss Margaret Taylor, it
'Lht-r sixteenth birthday. Af
I dam <■ refreshments wen
| Tin' color scheme used li
[, n * and confections was ret
|, ri The hostess receive*
Ewful and beautiful gifts.
I those iiresent were th*
Iriavton Carr. Virginia Rutter
|, cadi-11, Helen Rawlings
I Williams. Adele Robbins
Edison ; Hall Worthington, Oor-
Erali. Clifton Dawson, Arthui
I Ernest Maker. Archie Bullen
I Williams, Walter McNew anf
E Jordan.
IftrlMenlng •
blc. hastening took place yes
■in Kastport. when George Wil
li Fitw.ird Daniel, twin Rons of
I Mrs n. H. Hirstius. and How
luvd Seward, son of Mr. and
■kudo Seward, were baptized at
Etidence of Mr. and Mrs. Hir
lll Severn avenue. Chaplain
It K tivnns officiated, and a
Kr of friends of both families
Id ilie ehristening. Mrs. F. L
I of New Orleans; George
Is- of New York, and Mr. and
■ward won- god-parents for the
Its twins and Mr. and Mrs
I -tood sponsor for the Seward
i Ind Mrs.
■* Here
tUmlrnl H. O. Sttckney (re
'll Mrs Stickney were lunch
es oi Lieutenant and Mrs. R
( orner Randall St. and Market Space
A Business Built on
We Announce that the Ice
Cream Sold in our Store is
"The Velvet Kind"
e by the Annapolis Dairy Products Company.
e believe that in selling this ice cream
,ve are not only patronizing a home indus
rV- but are serving a supreme product.
L. LOTT, Proprietor.
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Back Front
New York Visit
Mrs. H. s. Nielson, wife of Lieut.
Nielson, returned Saturday from New
York, where she went to meet her
husband, who arrived on the U. S. 8
Maryland from Panama on Wednes
day last. While in New York Mrs
Nielson stopped at the Hotel Commo
Studying In
Mr. and Mrs. Donovan Swann, for
mer residents of Annapolis, who have
been traveling In Europe for a year,
are now in Munich, where they have
Joined the artist colony and are devot
ing their time to the study of music
and compositions of songs for chil
Kenneth Corner is stopping at his
countiy place, "Primroae Farm.”
Former Resident
Here On Visit
Mrs. Adolf Schumacher, of Salem,
Va., is here for a fortnight’s visit to
her aunt, Miss Ida Roget.
Supper Party
Mrs. W. D. Broreton, Jr., of Okla
oma Terrace entertained thirty-five
tuests at a buffet supper on Sat
irday night In compliment to the
-ast of "Come out of the Kitchen,”
the Midshipmen Masqueraders’ pro
duction. The party later attended the
Midshipmen’s hop in the Naval Acad
emy. Among Mrs. Brereton’s guests
was Miss Myra Morgan, of Washing
ton, who spent the week-end with her.
Visiting In
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Jordan, of
Uiuml, Fla., are spending a few days
with Mr. and Mrs. Earle Strange, if
Saatport, before opening their sum
ner home at Severnside.
ir "isßweaasa
A scientific and accurate serv
ice from examination to grind
ing of lenses. Bring your pre
scriptions here to be accurately
filled; only the best material
used, at a moderate cost.
“Head our optical science
articles ”
Henry H. Sadler
SOS Main St. Annapolla, Md.
Bridge < lab
Meeting Tomorrow
The 1914 Bridge Club will be enter
tained tomorrow by Mrs. E C Wy
man, of Murray Hill.
Exhibition Of Erik~
Hnopt’s Work
Professor and Mrs William O
Stevens, of 3 Cumberland Court, will
loan their house on Friday and Satur
day of this week for an exhibition at
the work of Erik Haupt. the well
known artist of Baltimore. Mr.
Haapt’s specialty is portraits in both
oil* and paste ha The exhibition wftl
be open to the public on Friday after
noon and all day Saturday.
Visitors Front
New England
Professor and Mrs. Arthur Kiernan.
of 5 Martin street, have as their
guests Miss Peggy Young and Mias
Annette Hollington, who eame from
Providence, R. 1., for the midship
men’s dance at the Naval Academy.
Captain and Mrs. John IJen who
are weH-known in Annapolis, where
they formerly lived, motored over
from Washington on Saturday with
Banco la
Naval Academy
The Midshipmens’ dance on Satur
day night was a regimental affair and
was very largely attended, a great
many guests coming from out-of-town
for It. Mrs. Macgilllvray Milne re
ceived at with Midshipman Ken
neth McLaren.
Week-End In
Lieutenant and Mrs. E. L. Vander-i
kloot spent the Week-end In Washing-1
ton with Commander and Mrs. Charles
Htnkamp, who gave a dinner on Sat
urday night at the Chevy Chase Club
In their honor and also entertained at ;
bridge for_them on Friday night. I'
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* of Interest to V
“/ will build a car for the multitude ’ ’
Said Henry Ford in 1903—Read how the fulfillment
of that prophecy is now made possible through the
For many years it has been Henry Ford’s personal ambition to make the Ford
the universal family car —to put it within the reach of the millions of people who
hare never been privileged to enjoy the benefits of car ownership.
• During the past fifteen.years over 7,500,000 Ford cars have been placed in the
hands of retail customers —more than a million and a half of them within the
past twelve months and yet there are still millions of families who are hope
fully looking forward to the day when they can own a Ford.
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And, now the way is open.
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Under the terms of this plan you can select your Ford Oar, set aside a small
amount each week and you will be surprised how soon you will own it. In the
meantime your money will be safely deposited to your credit in one of the local
banks where it will draw interest.
t TWnk it over. Five dollars will start an account. The whole family can par
ticipate in it father, mother, brothers and sisters each doing a little.
Why not start today. Stop in and talk it over with your local Ford dealer. He
will be glad to fully explain the details of the plan and help you get started to
ward the ownership of a Ford car.
Ford Motor Company
Detroit, Michigan ....... *
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Mr. and Mrs. James Ferry Gott. of
Rockville, Md., announce the engage
ment of their daughter, Mabel Cov
ington. to Franklin Le Verm Troost.
of Ntle3, Mich. Mr. Troost was a J
midshipman in the Naval Academy,
class of 1919. He is now in business
in Michigan. Miss Gott is living with
her uncle, CapUun Benjamin C. Gott.
of Murray Hill. The wedding will
take place in Jane.
Miss Marian Cabanne came from
New York to attend the midshipmen’s;
regimental bop in the Naval Academy.!
Bate* Fer Washington
Heme Skew
Date# set for the Waahiagton Horse
Show are May 14 to 19. Admiral Cary
T. Grayson in president of the Na
tional Capital Horae Show Associa
tion, and announces that the entries
surpass previous years.
'Palkfj A m •
llflf VFfl
Literature At “Y"
Professor W. O. Stevens will give a
series of talk* on the “Modern Novel”
to the Professional and Business
Girls’ Clubs at the Y. W. C. A., begin
ning this evening at 8 o’clock. Thr
subject of his talk tonight will be “II
Winter Comes.” The public is invited
to attend this course at the Y. W
C. A.
Binner Party At
Carvel Hall
Professor and Mrs. Luis Herrera
entertained at dinner on Saturday 1
night at Carvel Hall in compliment to
Professor and Mrs. Arturo Fernandez
and Lieutenant and Mrs. George C. I
Miss Berlimer
Visiter Here
Miss Bertha Berlimer, sister of
Midshipman Sylvan Berlimer, of the
_Sgcond Class, was the guest last week
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• of Mrs. Joseph Lipman and Dr. F. E.
Weitzman. Miss Berlimer stopped
over here while en route io her home
in San Antonio, Texas, after spending
four years in Italy, where she stud
j ied music and art.
“I have had kidney trouble for
! twelve years,” writes H. P. Pinkney.
West Jackson, Miss. ‘ Pains in bpek.
j Music-Dancing
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I After Every Meal
81 each meal
a bit af
ftn the form
Isfies the
tooth and
sure and
I lllHii.il.
joints, catches in the hips, run down
and getting up too much during the
night But since taking Foley Kidney
Pills, my suffering is over, and I feel
like a new man.” Backache, rheu
matic pains, kidney and bladder
trouble quickly relieved with Foley
Kidney Pills. Refuse substitutes. In
sist upon Foley's Honey and Tar.—
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it’s hard to ifl
beat—mood old f ip,
THE “spread” of “spreads,** J
the favorite of them all, when
yop were a child, was—good old L \ '
Apple Butter! Now, from Libby
kitchens it comes again, the very
same old delicacy; not too rick,
but with that gratefhl spiciness; u *
that inimitable apple flavor. Let 4T !U-"
Libby’s Apple Butter bring back
the old-time pleasure to your AflP^
table; order a can from your R..*ter
grocer today.
Libby, McNeill A Libby
Swaltow Ifcm ly nail piece:
\ 9 • —reb well 4var the throat.

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