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The Central Record. Lancaster Ky., Thursday. Dec 28 1922
Mr. George Swlncbroad attended
the dance In ttlchmond Tuesday eve
ning given by Mr. and Mrs. William
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams return
cd yesterday from Itlchlands, Vn
where they have been visiting for scv
TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS:
WE WISH YOU A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
YOUR GOOD WILL IS WORTH MORE THAN
MONEY TO US.
HUDSON & FARNAU
Telephone No. 2G
A HrUI MsatUa at Cmi ami
GoUj by Tfesst W Am Mtrtstst la.
' Mr. Carrie Davidson Is spending
jlCbrisUna in Richmond.
Mr. Uright Herring was In Danville
on business Saturday.
Miss Allrne Curtis, of E. K. S. .'.,
h at home for the holdlaya.
Mrs. Sam Haselden and Mrs. E. D.
Dourlund were visitors in Danville
Go-Getta-Man will arrive
Mr and Mr. William Anderson, of
Danville, ham been rrrent visitors
Mr. Gilbert Curtis, of Cincinnati,
is spending th holidays with hl par.
nts, Mr. and Mr. Floyd Curtis.
Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Hughes and
daughter, Mim Margaret Hughes, of
Louisville, are guest of Mrs. J. W.
Mist Sarah Ilall Smith, of Shelby,
nlle, has been the attractive guest
of Miut Minnie Mne Kobinson, on tht
Mrs. Victor Kice. Mary Nlcey Itice.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar llallnrd and. baby.
Ruby I.oyd, of nurgin, wen visitors
.in I.nnrnitrr Siunil.iv.
Miss Mary Miller Woods and Mir
Nancy Tom Uar wore visitors In Dan-; Mr. and Mrs. Frailer Hurt, of
rifle Saturday. j Leitchfirld, 111., vhne been syendlng
Jn few days with her sister, Mrs. It.
Mrs. James Ilcailcy and Mis Mil- j nUon and Mr. liaison,
dred Hcazley have been recent visi
tors In Danville. J Mn- J- MauRntwt, w,ho Has been
with her mother, .Mrs. II. A. H. Marks
bur)'' for the Christinas holiday, left
fur her home In Covington today.
Miss Georgia Dunn i spending the
holidays with relatives at Marksbury
end lluena Vista.
Miss Mary Noel, of Danville, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. James Woods
on Richmond road.
Mr. II. 0. I'oynter and family, of
Stanford, spent Xmas with Mr. and
Mn. Alford I'oynter.
KMrs. U. D. Simpson, of Lexington,
is the yuost of her daughter, Mrs.
Ephriam lirown and Mr. llrown.
Dr. Milton Klliott, of Loulivlllr,
has been spending a few days with
ht parents,. Dr. and Mrs. W, M. Elliott.
Mrs. Green Clay Walker, who has
been in St, Jneeph Hospital In Lex
ington, has been removed to her
home where she continues very 111.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gill Kinnurd
and little son, John Morow, who have
Ifeon visiting Lancaster relatives, re
turned to their home In Lexington
Dr. and Mrs. Hatfield and chil
dren, Klsie and Krnest, spent the
Xmns holidays with Mrs. Hatfield's
parent, Mr. and Mrs. T, 1J. Walter,
of Jabez, Ky.
TRADE WITH C. K. ENGLE
FANCY GROCERIES AND DRY GOODS
Lexington Cream Flour, Per Sack $1.10
Luxlnnton Special Patent Flour, Per Sack Wets.
Lexington Prize Patent Flour, Per Sack 89ct.
Sugar, 100 Pounds for $8.00
A STORE FULL OF SATISFACTORY THINGS
C. K. ENGLE
Mr G. I). Hwlnebroad was a visi
tor la Louisville Tuesday.
Mrs, VanArsdale, of Stanford, is
the guest of Mrs. It. E. Mcltoberts.
Miss Van Grcenleaf, of Richmond
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Emma
Mn. F. 11. Marksbury entertained
a few friends at a dinner party the
Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Unison hsve
been recent visitors of relatives in
Mrs. W. A. Famau and son, Ken
nedy, have been visiting Mrs. Hanks
Hudson bi Danville.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mcltoberts, of
Stanford, have been recent visitors
nf Lancaster relative.
Col. Joe Haselden, of Crab Orchard
Springs, has been spending a few
tUys with Lancaster relatives.
l'ruf. anil Mrs. I'aul ltoyd and chit
dre.ii are spending the Christmas va
cation with relatives In I.eitchfleld.
Miss Matie I.uti, returned from
London yesterday where she had n
pleasant visit with friends and rrla
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith, of
Charleston, W. Va., spent Christmas
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. N.
Mr. Francis Elliott, who is attend
ing Dental College at Louisville, is
at home this week with his parents,
Dr. and Mr. William Klliott.
Mr. Henry Moore, a student at
1'urdue University, In Ufayette, Ind.,
Is with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Moore for the Christmas
Miss Mary Elmore, Uachcr in the
School for the Deaf at Morgantown,
S, C, Is spending the holiday vnca
tio.1 with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. W. Elmore.
Mrs. Ward Combs and children,
Mary Stone, John K. and Louise, of
Ludlow, have been spending the
Christmas holidays with Mrs. James
It. Abner and Mr. Abncr.
Mrs. A. II. Hlce, who has been vl.
ting her mother, Mrs. H. A ,B. Marks,
bury, left Tuesday for a visit In Cin
cinnati before going to her home in
Parkersburg-, W. Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Ailolph Joseph enter
tained the clerks of Joseph's store to
nn elegant diner on Christmas day at
thetr home on Maple avenue.
Mr. Ashley Swopc is here on a visit
to his mother, Mrs. Hright Herring,
He Is now making his home in Lock
hart, Texas, and is well pleased.
Mr and Mrs. Albert Phillips, f
C'orhln, have been visiting Mrs. I'hil
lip' parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. I., van
tis and Mr, ami Mrs. W. S. Embry.
Mrs. K. L. Owsley, Mrs. W. It. Cook
and Miss Mary Owsley left Tuesday
for Cincinnati for a few days visit.
They will be Joined by Mr. Letcher
Owsley, of Cbienga, 111.
Mr. nl Mrs. I lay den Lt-nvell at
tinde l Mie Vox Hunt given by Mr
Sam Helm at Turaersville last Mon.
dar AbAut thirty attended and a
big day was enjoyed by all.
The Christmas party that whs to
be given this nf terns n at the Wo
man' flub rooms . ha been post
poned fur the present as so many
members are ill and ethers have en
Mr. J. I). Carter, Prohibition En-
forcement officer, spent the Holidays
with his family here. Mr. Carter has
bren quite active since his appoint
ment and has made several Important
Mr. Marrs Swinebread attended
the dance given by Governor nnd Mrs.
E. P. Morrow at the Mansion in
Frankfort Tuesday evening, in hon-
or or their daughter, Miss r.riwlna
T)r Dsn Collier Elkln was called
from Boston last Sunday, due to the
critical illness of his mother, Mrs.
It. I Elkin. He will return Friday,
Mrs, Elkin having shown some improvement.
Miss Edna Underwood entertained
at a six o'clock dinner Tuesday eve
ning at her home on Richmond street.
honoring her charming visitors, Miss
es Elizabeth and Marie Crowley, of
Williamsburg. Other guests were
Messrs. Morris Todd and A. 11. Es-
tridge, of Paint Lick.
Mrs. Luther Glbbs and Mr. J. E.
Elmore accompanied Mrs. J. E. El
more and Miss Sue Shelby Mason as
far as Lexington Thursday where
they took the train for a short visit
to Mrs. lluckner Spindle, In Norfolk,
Vn., where they Joined the Congres
sional ship for n visit to Panama.
One of the merry Christmas par
ties was that given Tuesday evening
by Misa Margaret Elliott, at her homo
on Maple avenue. Christmas emb
lems added much to the attractive-
nessof the Interior. The evening
was merrily spent with various diver
sions after which a delicious lunch
was served. There were about twen
ty-five guests being Indebted to the
charming hostess for so delightful
BEGINNING SATURDAY, DEC.
30th., AT 2:30 I WILL CLOSE OUT
MY ENTIRE STOCK OF MERCHAN
DISE, including all fixtures, counters
and shelving and a lot of household fur
niture, at retail auction in small lots to
suit the purchaser.
Come to this sale and buy at
Coy S. Sanders
A. T. Scott, Auctioneer.
A beautiful and appointed dinner
party was given on Friday evening by
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Glbbs ut their
home in "Hill Coort." The table was
most attractively laid nnd was deco
rated with an exquisite arrangement
of Christmas emblems. An elabor
ate menu was served ami covers were
placed for Mrs. Thompson, Miss Nan
cy Thompson, Miss Martha Gill, Dr.
and Mrs. W. M. Elliott, Mr. and .Mrs.
Goorge Smith, Itev and Mrs. Hnrry
The following Lancaster people
attended the Isaac-Cook wedding in
Danville Saturday afternoon: Mrs.
K. E. Meltoberts, Mrs. V. 11. Marts-
bury, Miss Koto Kinnaird, Mi.-ci Lil
lian KInruiird, Mrs. E. L. Owsley, Mrs.
A I Ml M..ll. I I
r. nniuii, .inn .'luriii-r I. I'll r, Jir. ' , ,..-. . t
Mill. -'I,. V. 1. Mttl, .Ml. ,1, JJ. I
Mamin, Mrs. Louis loindram, Mr. and
Mrs. Luther Glbbs, Mrs. Robert Kin
nolrd, Mrs. J. It. Kinnuird, Mr. Sallic
Ross Lawson, Mrs. Pearl Guilty, Mr,
George Lawson, Mr. aud Mrs. John
Gill Kinnaird. Dr. and -Mrs. Virgil
Mr. and Mrs. Elijah MeMlllian en
tertalned Tuesday with n 12 o'clock
dinner in honor of the brldo and
groom, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ilratton
The house was beautifully decorated
with crepe paper, beiU and cedar. A
ueucious inree course dinner was
served to the following guests: Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Dratton, Mr. and Mrs.
lluford Smith, Mr .and Mrs. Mose
Hay, Mr. and Mrs. Royston Kay and
son, Jullian KInneth, Mrs. Wllbert
Dalley, Mlses Llda Mae and Jessie
11. Kay, Messrs. Abner Ray, Joe and
Roland Kay, Harrison Dalley and Mr,
The wedding of Miss Madge Mont.
gomcry Isaacs and Mr. William Rob
inson Cook. Jr., which was solemniz
ed Saturday afternoon at four o'clock
at the First Christian church was pic
turesnue and beautiful in every detail.
The rhurch was elaborately deco
rated with cedar, holly and mistletoe.
tall cedar trees were placed at either
side of the choir loft nnd smaller trees
were used to bank the choir nnd the
pulpit. The tall trees were also used
ut each end of the balconies with gar-
amis of cedar boughs nnd holly along
the balcony rails. Clusters of mis
tletoe were suspended nt intervals
from below the balcony. A large
cedar tree was placed nt the altar
with tall boughs of holly nnd mlstle-(
toe nt either side. Cathedral candles
in seven branch candelabra, shed a
soft glow over the bridal party.
Preceding the cermony, Miss Kath-
crinc Letcher, presiding at the organ,
played "The Uarcarole" from Toes of
Hoffman, and "To a Wild Rose" from,
McDowell. Two songs, "Until, and.
"When You Are Truly Mine," were)
beautifully sung by Mrs. Hughes
The impressive ceremony was said 1
by Dr. Madiwn A. Hnrt. The bridnl,
party entered promptly at four
o'clock to the strains of Lohengrin's!
"Wedding March." Through the rear
doors nnd down opposite aisles came'
Messrs. William Kinnaird, of Lancas-.
ter, and Edward Prcwitt, of -MU Sterl
ing, they were followed by Mcsre.
Chas. Perry Cecil III, and Rufus Pres.
ton Carter, both of Danville. Behind
Mr. Cecil came the bridesmaid, Miss
Margaret Letcher Cook, sister of the
groom; she was followed by the mnld
of honor, Mis Elizabeth Salter. Just
preceding the bride, came the charm
ing little flower girl, Miss Lillian Bos
ley. The bride entered alone and
was met at the altar by the groom
and Mr. Vol Cook, who was his broth
er's best man. The bride, always
beautiful, was unusually so in her
draped gown of whltu satin with
bertha of rose point lace and train of
satin. She carried a shower bouquet
of bride roses and valley lilies.
Miss Salter was regal in a gown of
pink chllTon and cream lace with sil
ver girdle and train of chllTon, she
carried a large arm bouquet of Col
umbia roses tied with long streamers
of pink tulle. Miss Cook was most
striking in n gown of pale yellow
georgette trimmed In gold and carry
ing an arm bouquet of Ophelia roses
tied with tulle to match. Little Miss
Lillian Hosley was dainty and ex-
quisitu in a white chllTon frock with
butterfly bow of pink tulle at the
shoulder and bandeau of pink chllTon
a basket of
Columbia roses nnd gysophila,
.Mr. and Mrs. Cook left immediate
ly after the ceremony for a short mo
tor trip before returning to Danville
to make their home.
Tho bride it the charming and Ac
complished niece of Mayor W. 0.
Mclntyre, of this city. She has made
her homo here for several years nnd
for the past year has held a position
in one of the city schools. She isi
a graduato of Kentucky College fori
Women in the class of 1020.
Mr. Cook Is tho oldest son of Mr. '
and Mr. William Robinson Cook, of
this city and Is a progressiva yuung1
farmer of this county. Roth he and
his bride are among the most popu
lar members of Danville society.
Seme say, "It's a shew:"
other don't knew, but you'll
see the Go-Gctta-Man.
Has Dig Butter Industry.
T1h city of Cork. Ireland, Is one of
the crentct Imtti-r centers In the
worM. It In exiliRntH Hint one year's
expmt of butter amounts to 750,000
srw i smww wvarsmv
I BROTHERS I