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Social and Personal
liv Joseph Campbell
hi: moon hose up**
L, ~r , iroeup In a dove-winged
I . r moon went drifting bv.
L .;n,• wing deepened into blue,
; mu turned silver, the stars
10. ked thro’.
L ' K tufted fir boughs, blown to
| r ’!i" gusty wind that went and
j came.
|. i),. i, unseen in the gathering
i night,
[. !•,! ilie distance with crests of
h ,• tlio’ 'lie like had fallen before,
H-clt to Beauty, and shut my door.
print: For
l wnxll.iii Hi lie It
.Mi and Mrs. A. H. McCarthy, who
i lu on stopping in Summit, N. J..
Lace leaving here, will go to their
i .it Wilmer, British Columbia, in
[t few days.
Tin Reverend Walter H. La route
. 1 Mrs Larome. of Saranac, who
I,miii the early winter months at Car
ti Mull, and later w'ent to Cicsir
i.ur. Florida, will return here for
he spring.
Kerr l or Sliugg
farpetii#*r Wedding
Ml Cor.i Howland, of Chicago, has
mo on for the Shugg-Carpenter
-Ming and is stopping at Carvel
brhliig From
IflfM < OHS|
| (’omntanrlnr am 1 Mrs. C. R. P. Rod
•r , who have a number of friends
Srr. will arrive in Washington April
yfrotn Coronado, Cal., where the for
; i has been on duty for the last two
'.•-.nt They will visit Colonel and
Xr- Alexander Rodgers (luring their
tf PI
Id nrntng
inn rioridti
I’iitfesßor ittid Mrs. Arthur New*on
Brown, who have been spending the
[tinier with Rear-Admiral and Airs
Ulbert Ross at their winter home
Mlo&sinoor," Coooanut Grove, Fla.
led yesterday for the North and will
be at the Hotel Gordon, Washington
lor several weeks. Mrs. Brown has
almost completely recovered from her
terions illness of the early winter.
Joseph stein, of the Naval >'\,<rl
t,'tit Station, announces the engage
r<n of his daughter, Gladys Eliza
ih to Midshipman Wii’.intn Everett
>nnig;iu. of Oradell, N. .1 The mar
; ice will take place in June, after
Midshipman lienuigun graduates from
1 e N’avul Academy. Miss Stein is a
trauuulo of lasi year’s class at the
eiiuialis High School.
Re.:,-. \diiifi’itl Vud
V s l>eiam Iteiurii
-- Admiral and Mrs. F. 11. l)e
--' who spent the winter months at
in it Grove, Florida, arrived lust
Wilmington. N. C.. where
me neon making a visit to their
• -us .ter-in law. Mrs. Philip Delano
will lo Joined in a few days by
*en. Major F. 11. Delano.
h untn Kcsident
For Visit
M > Morris R. Clark, of Berkeley
■ v 1 arrive tomorrow to visit her
’ and sister-in-law. Lieutenant
' Lynde Dupuy McCormick, of
- t'harlos Place, who will also
'•’•eut.--Commander and Mrs
Boardall as their week-end
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Assets Over .... $2,840,000.00
ihe following officers have served this
Bank during its existence of 118 years:
i Mn Muir 1805-1810 Jonathan Pinkney 1805-1828
H, Hall Harwood. 1810-1826 Samuel Maynard 1828-1826
George Wells 1826-1877 Thomas Franklin. 1836-1853
Alexander Randall. . .1877-1881 Richard I. Cowman 1853-1854
J, 'hn Wirt Randall.. .1881-1912 Nicholas Hammond 1854-186 S
I, a rry J Ilopkins 1912- Louis Gardner Gassaway.lß6B-1880
George Albert Culver 1890-1906
Louis Dorsey Gassaway. .1906-
4 Per Cent on Savings Accounts
2 Per Cent, on Checking Accounts
The Farmers National Bank
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Return To
Canadian Home
Mrs. George Field and her son.
George Field, Jr., of Cobourg, Ontario
who have been visiting Mrs. Field’s
brother and sisterin-law, Lieutenant
and Mrs. Wallis Gearing, fj* the pas;
week, returned yesterday to their
home in Canada.
Lieut.-Commander Richard Gallo
way was the guest of Commander and
Mrs. Charles C. Soule for the opening
of Lawrence Field yesterday.
To Attend
Baltimore Ranee
Miss Georgianna Cusachs will go to
Baltimore to attend the dance to be
given at the Elkridge Kennels tomor
row night by Mr. and Mrs. Douglas
Carroll in honor of Miss, Adelaide
Newcomer, one of this season's de
butantes. Miss Cusachs will b the
overnight guest of the Misses Alleen
and Alicia Clark.
Week-K lid
A parly of young people, mostly
Louisians, was chaperoned by M*s. I.
W. Sylvester, herself from Alexandria
La., for the Easter hop
At Queen Anne Cupboard on Satur
day evening the dinner table was
beautiful with Navy blue candles and
golden daffodils, place cards of dainty
Japanese parasols designating besides
the hostess and Mrs. E. A. Puncheon,
of Chicago; Misses Esther Thorsell.
Klla Polk, Shirley Staples, Elizaboth
Simmons, of Alexandria; Miss Mar
garet Morrison, of Richmond. Va.;
Midshipmen H. MacT. and M. D. Syl
vester; Joanncsen, of Pennsylvania;
Bachman, of Iowa; Mensing, of Ore
On Sunday the same party, except
Miss Staples and Midshipman J< hajt
iicsscn, with the addition of Midship
man William Cnlhert, of Tennessee,
met for informal dinner at the Bur
lingame bungalow In Martin street
All too soon the Alexandria girls loft
for Stilling College. Va.; Sweet Briar
W. Va.; Notre Dame Convent, and
Miss Morrison to her school in Rich
Pill lent At
Kmergency Hospital
Mrs. F. W. Pettygrovc. mother of
Mrs. Charles C. Soule, of 12 Porter
Row. Naval Academy. Is a patient at
the Emergency Hospital, where she
recently underwent an operation for
I,lent. Fleming
To Wed
Doctor and Mrs. M. D’Arcy Magee,
of Washington, have issued invita
tions for the wedding of their daugh
ter, Miss Elizaboth Parker Magee, to
Lieut. Hamilton M. 11. Fleming. IT.l T . S
At. C„ the evening of April 25 at 9
o'clock in their residence. 1022 Con
necticut avenue.
Wedding Guests
Mrs. Edwin Pugh Baugh. Mr. and
Mrs. E. Bartlett Hayward and Mr a id
Mrs. Micajah Pope were .’mono the
guests at the wedding of Richard
Evans Sperry and Mrs M. E. Pue
Ruck, which took place vaster da v at
the First Unitarian Church. Balti
more. and was followed by a luncheon
given by Miss Virginia I.atrobe in her
apartment in the Latrobe.
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Breeze Inn
Cards Dancing
Armiger fi-F-15
+ ■
To Attend
Fencing .Meet
Miss Minnie D. Lipman is in New
York to attend the intercollegiate;
fencing meet. She will also be a!
guest at the dance to be given at the j
Hotel Astor In honor of the Navy!
fencing team.
Mrs. K. A. Phipps and daughter.;
Elsie, who have been with Mr. Phipps
iu Harrisburg for the past twoi
months, arc visiting Mrs. F. Flores, of!
Duke of Gloucester street.
Coming For Shugg.
Carpenter Wedding
A large number of relatives and J
friends will come from out-of-town to!
attend the wedding of Lieut. Carleton i
Shugg and Miss Sybil Carpenter j
which \?ill take place on Saturday af
ternoon in St. Anne’s Church.
Among those from Baltimore will
be Bishop and Mrs. Mnrnv and Mies
Murray, Doctor and Mrs. Cary
Gamble and Miss Gamble. Mr. and
Mrs. William F. Cochran. Edgar Mil
ler and Miss Miller, the Reverend and
Mrs. Dense!, and Mr. and Mrx F
Henry Longfellow and Mrs. George
Cobb Wilde.
Frederick M. Sise. a brother-in-law
of the bride’s father, will come from
Portsmouth with his sons. John Fise
of New A'ork, and Charles Sise, who is
a student at Harvard, and Rear-Ad
miral and Mrs. Cameron McR Wins
low and their daughters will come
from Newport.
A musical program will be rendered
before the ceremony by Adolph
Torovsky. the organist of Epiphany
Church, Washington.
Change Of
Lieutenant and Mrs. Charles A.
Baker, who have been spending the
winter at Carvel Hall, moved today
into the house at 20G King George
n. A. R. To Give
Card Parly
April 23 is the date set by the local
D. A. R. for the card party they are
planning to raise funds to build a
fence arouhd the historic tulip poplar
tree on St. John's campus to prevent
• its being killed bv enthusiastic tour
ist-., who are rapidly removing all the
bark from the tree in their desire for
souvenirs of this interesting land
mark. Scetn and tables for the party
should he reserved through Mrs
Phitin Alger <9s3-R).
■ ' nnagg 1 .’'. 1 . 1
Annou n c i n g
Our Co-Operation
in the New
Following out our policy of extending the facilities of this bank in whatever
way we can to serve the public, we have arranged to give our co-opera
tion to the new Ford Weekly Purchase Plan.
We realize what the automobile means to the average family in bringing
them greater enjoyment of life, and believe our action in helping those
who desire to become Ford owners will be appreciated by many families
who can now realize that ambition through the new Ford Weekly Purchase
Under this plan, you can begin with an initial deposit as low as $5.00. Then
select the type of Ford Car you want Touring Car, Runabout, Coupe,
Sedan, etc., and arrange to make weekly deposits on which interest will
be computed at our regular savings-rate.
Come in and let us explain the Ford Weekly Purchase Plan to you, or, if
. you wish, go to the nearest Ford Dealer for further details.
* • t v ‘
Start today, and before you realize it you will be driving your own car.
Annapolis Banking & Trust Co.
Corner Main Street and Church Circle
1 :, . J
Masqueraders To
Sff Play KfliMrwd
The first audience to see ‘Mrs
j Temple’s Telegram." the Navy Relief !
j play, which is still in the making, will
j be the Midshipmen Masqueraders or
i ganization. which has been invited to
i attend thi-- afternoon’s rehearsal. As
j fellow-sufferers in the cause of the
drama, the Masqueraders should
prove a sympathetic and understaml
j tag audience. "Mrs. Temple's Tele
gram” Is rapidly rounding into shape
■ and with the competent cast that has
J been chosen for tt, will undoultedlv
be one of the best plays ever put on
I by local amateurs.
Mir-s Edith Duncan returned yester
; day to her home in Pelham Manor af
! ter a brief visit to Miss Jessie Garri
Cut out this slip, enclose with 5c
and mail it to Foley & Co., 2835 Shef
i field Ave., Chicago, 111., writing your
name and address clearly. You will
receive in return a trial package con
taining Foley’s Honey and Tar Com
pound for coughs, colds and croup;
Foley kidney Pills for paius in sides
and back; rheumatism, backache, kid
ney and bladder ailments; and Foley
Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome and
thoroughly cleansing cathartic for
constipation, biliousness, headaches,
and sluggish bowels. —(Adv.)
This country is a hell of a success.
Let that stand as all the interview I
care to give out.—" Uncle Joe" Can
.Get Eggs NOW!
A two cannot lay a tinglo teg more than the
nourishment she receives will permit. There
fore, to get egg, now feed your bene
Thi mah eon
la inn a greater
larielv ofinprrdi
enl • tliun eny BH
other laving mash V M
It provides in
abundance the
turplut nourish
ment that hen* JhX
require fur maxi
mum e*g- yield.
make a bent lav.
Wo recommend
Annapolis. Md.
This from tlu* program of the Col
lege Club scholarship benefit:
llav&rd Man—l've a friend I d like
you girls to meet.
you n-.ust c. Id this erp-a dtp \—.
is good for five to ten years of use- ciation to arrive at the real cost jj
ffijjjlEl g positive as to the real life because .The trade-in price of S;ude- kl ¥
.. - H none has yet worn out. baker cars shows a very small de
you learn that you can get only smallest of all makes of motor
three or four hundred dollars for cars. And there is always a ready
, it because there is no second-hand market for used cars of Stude
market for that make cf car, then bfker manufacture.
40 H. P 5 B l *3 H P 7-Paa., B H r
Cou^ 5 -K B ' s Ro,d,tc ’G-Pa ) 1250 Speedtter (>Pn ) I’d:
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Bryn Mawr Girl—-What can he dot
Wellesley Girl—How much has he?
e # Radcllffc Girl—What docs ho read?
Vassar Girl—Who aro his fimilv*
Holyoke Gjrl—What church does he
: belong to?
Smith Girl Where is he? St.
Loots Post-Dispatch.

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