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jazz it- music, and I saw inople in tlie cabaret i < ouniea me-Kly to obey ■ y and remciHeiesa law \ml 1 wondered what draw r r, wills to tills fulfill i:.- dj w .c:--ui dismay, h ixveti an awful lack of | ,at and drank rny wine Ji' m ii I on this new religioju, w l.n h txily on the faces of the .BP .. i u|in d will, ritual, never miled i hr ml, within uiy quiet 11 j,,a rt. B i laughing like a little I l in Maynard, in Atluntic n leu M Mansion I (it hie and his mother. Vhiri 1! tHiie, entertained u 1:0111 tin' Conference on i iin;, now being held in Ral mjk Fur . * B J r ixto.i Heaie has sailed foi j v a H ti*l the Olympic witli Mru I Vainlcrblli and Alins Grace i’- v.ill snetid file greater ■ ' !;•■ pring at his country place Neck. B.| ml \ isilors Hospital Ariluir W. Dunbar and !i**r; \:iss .ten n Dunbar, who 1 B v,oA-tiiii guests of Doctor and. ■ \ 1 ii'-on it. Clifford, returned to yesterday. H it House Marguerite Harrison, who re- Bv pMiimil from Russia, where' Ha* inijirisoned for the second H * Hie Soviet Government!, was B:n'i of Mrs. Albert Ritehio on ■r,i..y. ~. ; y:. ,\'\ y:’i ♦, | l or Hcuclit vealien interested in the success Hit ran! party to lie given on May H- li. bei'etit of the Annapolis and ' H v andcl Chapter of the Ametl- Keil Cross are asked to meet ou ■ :.IV next at 10,’iiO a. in. at the i ■ 'vc of Mrs. Timmas R. Kurtr,. 14 , B': How. Naval Academy. The r iv will l e an afternoon affair j Icl tie given in the quarters ofj H",.a !, - Abram Claude <m tlie sta H' i\•:* 1 11 \ been loaned for the event Hvvoe add greatly to its attractive* !•' l’li/.i Causey, of Suffolk. Va.. i'"!i end guest of I.ieut - H ■ .ml Mrs. 1). A. McElduff. r ! H ' jVi ' c let a 1 rook Stewart, in ! le iteuant-Commander ( : a.aiice S. Stewart, of S 4 ■ l ..el. Naval Academy christened at St. Anne’s : e, tlu> service yesterday ' v tiic Rector, the Rev. Doe- D.iriingtou Johnson. The pcrcpts were his uncle, ■r. if Cleveland; Peter l.xan. Mass., and Miss I 'e a.i id, of Dougan Hills. Kdti,7i l ‘ ' M. : t r ri;,rk is leaving today -rgh. She is making the t r and is accompanied by Mrs McNeliv. the latter’s Miss Mattie Lcitch. and ■ -’'s- e Russell. t lull Meeting be no meetiug of the 'his week as the regular ’'i*ot in r is tomorrow and a the members will le iu 1 to attend the Secretary V\> s reception to the officers the Naval Academy and g. " .. riii i V— * * I Breeze Inn ' Lunch—Tea CHICKEN WAFFLE DINNERS f| Cards Dancing 1 Arinlger 9-F-li n h > I SHADY OAKS r :K!l SPRING CHICKEN WITH fresh vegetables NOW SERVED. ife —o— PHONE 126-M. alt | A Isitora From Cana4a Mr. and Mrs. Chiiiou Hcward arriv ed from Montreal on Saturday fur j * week’* visit to Mrs. Reward’s Lro j ther-in-iaw and sister. Lieut.-Com tnander and Mr. James Parker, Jr., xx ho also have Mrs. Valentine Chap i pell, of New London, stopping with them. I • Ret urns To New Fork Mrs. Richard Wrigley has conclud ed her visit to Captain and Mrs. T. it. Kurtz and returned to her home in New York tills morning. Her daughter, Miss Winifred Wrigley. will remain until Thursday. Dinner Postponed tin A even ni Of |||<>kn On account of the illness of Lieut - Commander Mahlon Tisdale, who is laid up with an attack of grippe, Mrs. Tisdale has postponed the dinner she was to have given tonight in honor <r Captain and Mrs. John Ilalilgan. \nty Secretary’* Reception Tomorrow A large number of people will go from here tomorrow to attend the reception to be given by Secretary <f the Navy and Mrs. Denby in com pliment to the officers on duty at the Naval Academy and at Quautico. Change 41f Kealdenre j Mrs. Rosalind Curtin, who for the :*ast four years has made her home at the Maryland Hotel, is now living with Mr and Mrs. Edward Phelps, .it i*B Gloucester street. To Give Party For (apt.iln And Airs. Kurtz Lieut.-Commander and Mrs. Wil- I Htttn C Wickham will give a buffet supper on Wednesday evening. May l 2. in compliment to the Commandant : of Midshipmen and Mrs. Kurtz. Former Governor Uarripgtoii Here Former Governor Emerson C. Har rington waH iu town last week to alt for his portrait which is being paint ed by Miss Katherine Walton for the gallery of Governor’s which are pJaWeit in iktale Houso. ' i j ,i | |j Guests Of Mr. And Mrs.’’ ' 1 Clarence M. IVlilte Mr. and Mrs. J. Wesley White, their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Percy White, and young daughter and Mrs. Bessie Council motored from Baltimore yesterday to spend tUe day with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence M. White and family. ’ • 1 Arrived In Paris Miss Margaret Stevens, daughter of Thomas T. Steven:*, of Lothian, who Hiiloil for Eli rape on the S. S. "France" on April 18 has arrived in Paris. Miss Stevens, who is asso ciate cxlitor of the Baltimore at* Oh magazine, was elected I v popular vui, of B. and O. employees to go to Franco in the interests of the Amer ican Committee • for Devastated ; France. She will write a detailed re -1 port of her trip for the Baltimore and Ohio Magazine. Miss Stevens is a graduate of the Stat'e Normal School and taught public school iu Anne Arundel county for a number of years. She was accompanied on her trip by the Misses Nina Spengler and Magdalene Lauer. OiltccrV Banco Bn AVeilnesday A dance will he given on Wednes day night of this week at the Naval Academy Officers’ Moss. Officers on duty at the Academy and living in town, civilian instructors, their fam ilies and guests are invited to attend it. Renew an old childhood delight APPLE BUTTER! “Remember way back when” Apple Butter was the spread of “spreads”? Nothing quite like it, was there? And now you can , get it once more —real Apple . i i Butter, from Libby’s kitchens. j Ani^ Again, the fine old flavor of juicy c apples, crackly cider and fra- HUj’ Jk grant spices blended in the per feet Libby way. Renew that old delight; let the children enjoy it IsHm too, uith Libby’s Apple Butter. Libby, M?Neill a Libby, Chicago jJSy APPLE BUTTER Y,T! GVIi&Uf: C iUT/Alv AA&APUOS, MARYLAND, MONDAY, APRIL no. men Here For ■ Week-End Miss Clara T. Riley, was the week end guest of her brother and sister in-law, Major and Mrs. Hugh R. Riiey. To GiTe Afternoon Bridge Parly Mrs. Stewart Crosley will entertain at an afternoon bridge and tea on Thursday of this week. r Mrs. Louis Richards m Vai! will - leave Annapolis tonight for New York. - where she will visit her family for a „ short time. j Miss Jeanette Wehrlc, of New Y'ork. is spending her vacation here as the guest of Mrs. William Pcrlitz, of 170 Green street After Every Meal r ... t > T mum I Top oil cech meal ■ witli a bit of I sweet in the form I o* WRIGLEY’S. /It satisfies the # sweet tooth and B aids digestion. f Pleasure and cumblncd. Strikes error in the mothers heart j Quick Relief vVwml S' V V i/tngißiiiiii BVd fen k a A 11 FOR SALE BY ANNAPOLIS TIKE HKI’AIR CO. KHI West Street. rSe^tofleld WsSttß I Q Pioneering for petroleum ? B | * | 'HE oil geologist is expected to put his finger on the I *** map and say “Drill here”. His responsibility is heavy, ! 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