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)RD AY "EVENING, JANUARY 8, 1921 HICKORY DAILY RECORD "eexcelled- . s&- r. r Ay i U the service rendered by the Bisanar store. Every de partment is thorough, our goods thy best and prices al ways the lowest consistent with quality. Now that ccr.ditions are vnory normal, our services will be better than ever. You ".ppreciatc the service of our hi;h class jewelry and opti cal stove and wo appreciate your patronage. Geo,. E. BIsanar GREETINGS To all our good patrons and friends we lid the Season's Heartiest Greetings. CKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO. K. Wootcn, Pres. E. L. Fox, Sec. W. E. Kuhn, IIgr. Life Dept. START THE YEAR RIGHT TRADE AT LUTZ DRUG STORE "On the Corner" 2ALL 17 or 317 That's ENOUGH Prescriptions a Specialty Local and Personal Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Burch, a son, James Horah. Dr E. M. Craig will preach at the Adventists church at Hildebran Sun clay at 3 o'clock. o the I adies o: H ickory wlh to announce a special Sale of mum Ware mm - one week, beginning Saturday, 8th. this time we will give 20 per cent in count on all Aluminum Ware. -tock 1,-4 1 jni'VK K") 1; it over. Kit wusy complete. We invite you to hardware Co. Mrs. F. W. McComb and baby of BJucmontr Va., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. M. McComb. Mrs. Louis Stevenson of Cooleemee is visiting Dr. and Mrs. T. F. Seeven son at their home on Twelfth avenue. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEETS The executive committee of the Woman's Missionary Society of the First Baptist church met in session vesterday afternoon with Mrs. R. F. Hendley on Eighteenth street when circles and programs were arranged and leaders for the year appointed. During the afternoon Mrs. Hendley served a delightful sweet course. The committee is composed of Mrs Hendley, Mrs. W. R. Bradshaw, Mrs. A. J. Essex and Mrs. CI. T? Wnnfton " MRS. KISER ENTERTAINS Mrs. J. L. Kiser entertained the Ladies' Aid Society of St Andrews L.utneran church -Thursday afternoon at her home near Lenoir College at the regular monthly meeting. The home was attactively decor ated with ferns, potted plants arid bowls of narcissus: carrying out a color sotoeme of green and white. Reenilar routine hnsinped woo i ' j uuo I ""3cti,cu ami yiaiis ioi xne coming year were discussed with enthusiasm At the conclusion of the meeting Mrs. Kiser entertained at tea for Mrs. Robert Fritz, a recent bride, who with Mr. Fritz is spending sev eral days with Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Fritz before going to Claremcnt to reside. The hostess poured tea at a beau tifully appointed table. The center piece was a bowl of lovely Killarney roses. Little Misses Mary and Martha Kiser daughters of the hostess serv ed sandwiches nuts and candies. About 35 members and visitors were present. GE THREE You lake the Money These on uofks We lake the Friends Friends of Mrs. Francis Smyre of Conover will regret to learn that she is confined to her home with illness. Mr. Hart'v McComb left this morn ing for the A. and E. College, Raleigh after spending the holidays at homo. Master Norman James will leave tomorrow for Berkley Springs, W. Va., to resume his studies at the Old Dominion Academy. Miss Lizzie Kate Foard went to Charlotte touav to be heax , hei4 brother-in-law, Dr. Chapman, who is quite ill in a Charlotte hospital. Rev. P. S. Barber of Whitnel pass ed through Hickory today en route o Morganton. where tomorrow he mill preach in a Baptist church near there. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Yoder of Hick ory route 1 were in the citv todav ookine over real estate in view of moving to Hickory some time in the tuture. Mrs. Paul Cooper and son who mre been visiting her mother. Mrs. Minnie Seaboch. left this morning for Kentucky to join Mr. Cooper. They will stop over in Asheville for a day or more w ith Mr Cooper's people. Professional Cards do,", of opt':: ii j .... ; .... . l .,11 r intl i. i i u. vi'.n lulu nti j-n- r rum-sUO with properly ! VIU'2, J i 'x&i.'i hint 'oii rum n c- DR. O. H. HESTER Dentist X-n:iy pictures made, Teeth ex tracted with gas. Ex soldiers receive- all necessary dental treat ment FREE of cost to them. Office Masonic temple building iry Harness Co. fa.'.uars of all kind of 7S. KTUDT.E. SADDLES XI) STKAl" WORK 'P'-irir.vf ft bpeciRltJ HICKORY, N. C. pry Ledge Ko. 343 A. I . & A. M. ar co:.nrnunicAtioa i jlor.dfiy night. a c-r-l.tilly inviUd Vy,:tf nor. Master l'A YKOIt, Sec. First to U Jitney Schedule flKkory-Lenoir Jitney Schedule Lcnve Lenoir 3:30 P. M. Leave Hickory 5.00 P. M. Arrive for No. 21 and 22. C. E. ROBBINS DR. J. B. LITTLE DENTIST OfCc Phcn 196 Oyer D. P. Bowman' Stor Miss Mary Murphy is spending sev ral davs in High Point with friends. She will return to Hickory on Mon- lay and Tuesday she will leave for Cincinnati to esume he work in music at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. Mr. anil Mrs. J. A. Courtney, Jr., and babv leave today for Greensboro to visit Mrs. Courtney's parents. Rev. and Mrs. W. O. Cootie. Mrs. Court ney and baby will remain in Greens boro for some time. LUNCH FOR VISITORS Mrs, H. M. Doll gave a luncheon yesterday for Mrs. A. Bourbonnnis ind guests, Mrs. T. Holmes and Mrs. J. Oliver of Michigan. Other guests were Misses A'nraelia and Lizzie Mc Comb and Mrs. John Springs. FOR MISS JONES Complimenting her attractive house guest. Miss Mamie Jones, of Greenville. S .C, Miss Evangeline Etley entertained at a delightful fomal tea at the teaoherage yesteday afternoon. Tea was poured by Miss Emma J. Morrell. Those present were Misses Jones. Frances Geitrir, Jessie Donaldson of Maryland Tern., Virginia Allen, Mary llen, Elizabeth Hoibrook, Helen Springs. Naomi Trent. Kinkaid Bon ey, Carlton, griffin, Heilig, Mansfield Alma Graves, Annie Graves, Lucile Scarboro, Jessie Byrd, Elison, Kate Gosnold and .Mesdames Voorhcis Garth, George S. Waton, C C. Gam ble Alice Coyle and Hazel. Aiken. D R1UM -K OPENII A VER Newton Jan. G. The folowing an nouncement was' sent out to friends today: "Reverend and Mrs. H. G. Kppenhaver announce the marriage of their daughter. Lillian - Nell to Mr. Dewey Lee Drum, on Sunday, the twenty sixth of December, one thousand nine hundred and twentv. Lincolnton, North Carolina, at home atter January fifteenth." These young people motored to Lincolnton and were married by Rev. .!. a oner snow, pastor of the First Baptist church. The marriage had been kept a secret until it leaked out today. The bride is the only daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Kovenhaver. and is a very attractive and popular young lady. Her father is a member of the faculty of Catawba college and his daughter was a student at the college when she married. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Drum, and is one of New ton's popular young men. He holds a position with the E. H. Yount & CoL clothing firm. Mr. and Mrs. Drum left the city today for a short bridal trip . to lioints in Sjuth Carolina. Upon their return to Newton they will be at home at the residence of -: the bride's parents. Another marriage that came as a surprise to their many friends was that of Mr. Clayton Sugg, of Snow Hill, and Miss. Olive Yount, daugh ter of Rev. J. A. Ycunjfc, which oc iurred at St. Luke's Lutheran church. Rev. Mr. Yount, father of the bride, performed the ceremony. The church was beautifully decpated with holly, ""da and ferns Miss Lois Coon of Lincoln county, furnished the wed :in - march. After the ceremony a delightful reception was given the ridal pnitfy and a "few friends at the home of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Sugg will make their home at Snow 'lil1. where the groom is engaged in business. We've reduced prices regardless of costs because we know people want lower prices. .We're going to make this store the value center of this town. ; k - -if Hart Schaffner & Marx Suits and Overcoats Worth $50 to $80' Now to oSO SATISFACTION OR MONEY BACK Moretz-Whitener Clothing Company "The Quality Shop" CHURCHES Holy Trinity Lutheran Rev. C. R. W. Kegley, pastor. At 11 a. m. Services, subject of and sermon: "The Christ Child in the Temple Teaching Parents and Chil dren today." At 7 p. m. Services, subject: "O. T. Studies and N, T. Lessons Or Is rael Presented at Court," sermon by request. At 2:30 p. m. the Jr. League at G p. m. the Sr. League. At 9:45 a. m. Our Bible School with a class for every one coming. We began the New Year with very large attendance at S. School and in Church Servces. "Be thou faithful." Bring a friend. Let us surpass last year's record in church work is pos sible. , , . W. B. RAMSAY HKNTZST tvfr nivc3."'Jon? Druaf IlK'KOi'.Y, N. O. Co or ''ju have any old ft I'urniturc to sell CALL 221-L M ( ash Prices Paid. W. KEYKOLDS HALE ELECTRO COMPANY Ninth Avenue Wo are equipped to do all kinds of electrical work, small or large. We also carry a complete stock of Electrical Goods and a line of fixtures for etore and residence li-'hting. Tains.enemjr -III say it is St. Andrew's Lutheran R. B. Peery, Ph. D., pastor. 9:45 Bible School, with classes for everybody. ! ' 11 Morning Service and sermon on "Jesus with the Doctors." 1:45 College Luther League. G:15 Church Luther League. 7 Vsrr Service and sermon on "John Marm." Catechetical Classes Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 and 4:15. SS35 fHILDRENS COLD 5 "reat should not be "dosed." them externally with V VAPORUB Over 17 Million Jars Used Yearly "Sacrament than the Passover." All desiring to commune are requested to announce their names to either the pastor cf the secretary, Mr. R. Hy-der. The public is cordially invited to attend our services. Beginning with Sunday January, 16, the time of services will be cang ed to 10:30 a. m. First Presbyterian ItSh street and 13th avenue. Rev. E. M. Craig, D. D., Pastor. 9:45 a. m. Sabbath School with a place for all. 11 a. m. Communion Service. 7 p. m. Preaching. 6:15 p. m. Christian. Endeavor So cieties meet. You haev a very cordial invitation to make this your church home. Strangers and visitors will find a warm welcome. CLUB BACKS CUT IN STAND FOR ORDER Thos. the gone fctric Shoe Shop THOMPSON, Proprietor I Ch .! Work C.unrftnteed P Ki6. Work Delivered Hth Hirnt, riickor7, N, C. Dr.Speas Infirmary For Eye, Ears, Nose and Throat, Classes properly fitted . Over Hickory Drug Co. . WHEN yon want milch com forting relief from any external" pain, use Sloan'a Liniment. It does the job with out staining, rubbing, bandag ing Usereefoforrheumatism. neuralgia, aches and paina. sprains and strains, backache. eora muscies. CYRUS C. BABB Mem. Am. Soc. Civil Engw. Waterpover, Waterworks and Sewerage Laud nub-djusion SiSSTh. a-cta- a-. AddxesB: Granite Falls, . Keep it nan 9 SSfmrm,m fJ $$&ZX! 35i 70 At all Highland Baptist Rev. II. C. Wihitener pastor. Sunday School, 9:45 a. m W. T. Harris, Supt. rreschine- 11 a m. by the pastor. B. Y. P."U. 6 p. m. Preaching 7 p. m., by the pastor. All are invited. Corinth Reformed Walter W. Rowe, pastor. 9:45 'a. m., Sunday School, W. R. Weaver, Supt. 11:00 a. m. Morning worship. Holy Communion. Let every member make an effort to be present. 6:30 p. m. Clmstian Endeavor. 7:00 p. m., Evening worship. Ser mon by pastor. We extend toi the public a very cor dial welcome to attend our services. Christ Lutheran On Sunday Divine services will be held at the usual hour, 10:45 A. M. witihi the celebration of Holy Com munion. The preparatory confession al worship will begin a half hour sooner, at 10:45 A. M. Sunday School will be dropped be cause of Communion. Text: Exodus First Baptist W. R. Bradshaw, pastor, Sundav . School, 9:45. a. m., P. Pruitt, Supt. Preaching at 11 o'clock, iby pastor, Subject: "Christ has before us. Preaching at 7:00 p. m., subject: "The danger of sinning against light." B. Y. P. U. at 6:00 o'clock, Rich ard Hamilton, President. We hope that the members and friends of the congregation will' at tend these services. . Strangers and visitors welcomed'. G. F. by 12, 3-14, "The Lord's Supper a better tWse services. First Methodist C. S. Kirkpatrick, pastor Sunday School 9:45 a. m., . Snnerintendent. r.lncc-pa for all and an invitation trv those who do not attend. Prpnfliinfr 11 a. m., and 7 p. m., by the pastor. Why not make the . year 3921 a record year for cnurcn aien ? This uastor is greatly grati fiA ot hf o-reat concresration that J jcu u t , greet him from week to weeK. Junior League at 3 p. m. and specia union program at 6 p. m. both ' Leagues. Ascension, Episcopal Rev. S. B. . Stroup, rector, p.irst. Snndav after Eninhany, Satvipps nt the Episcopal church tomorrow will be as follows: 7:30 a. m., Holv Communion. 9:45 a.' ra., Sunday School. 11. a. mi. Mornines Prayer, and Sermon. 7,,'p. m., Evening Prayer and ser Tho nnblic is cordially invited, to At a well attended and interesting meeting of the Community Club held in the bastemlent of the Reformed , church yesterday afternoon, the exe cutive board was enpowered to draw up resolutions expressing to city council the appreciation of the mem bership of the club for stand taken by the board and the police against lawlessness and pledging the moral support of the club in the good cause. This was among several other im portant matters acted upon durLig the afternoon. The meeting was called to order ! by Mrs. W. B. Ramsay, president, and Mrs. R. J. Foster, secretary, at her ioost. Prayer was offered by Dr. E. M. Craig, pastor of the First Presby terian chruch. Three new members were elected at this meeting Mrs. R. J. Foster, Mrs. O. Joe Howard and MisS Eliza beth Schwarburg. Mrs. T. C- Blackburn brought up the question of supporting a com munity nurse and the club, after dis cussiony endorsed it and pledged fi nancial support. A legislative convmjttee consisting Mrs. W. J. Shuford, Mrs T. MI Johnson and Mrs. K. C. Menzies, was appointed to communicate with the members of the general assem bly from this county and urge the following: Rpise the agent ot consent to lb years; support Dill ior state censor- shm of motion pictures; to increase facilities at Stonewall Jackson Train ing School and ' Samarcand Manor; and to provide reformatory for col ored boys. A petition for good roads was ap proved and referred to the committee on roads headed Dy JVirs. a. Hewitt. Thp club voted to ask for protect ion at the Sixth street railroad cross ing, this in addition to safeguards already promised at several other dan cerous crossings. In view ol the criticism ot tne work of the state board of hea'th '-r thp Guilford County Medical bo ciety. the club endorsed the work of the board and namd Mrs. Roy Ab- vnethv. Mrs Fred Horton and Mrs. T. C. Blackburn to inform secretary nf . W. S. Rankin, of the action of the club.' writing farce comedy (to wit, Edgar Franklin,) and the direction by Howard M. Mitchell, who guided "The Husband Hunter," Miss Percy's lat est success, should insure an im mensely pleasing picture. Miss Percy s supporting cast con tains such capable players in the world of screened fun as Walter Mc- Grail, Hallam Cooley, Harry Dunk inson, Jane Miller, Ethel Shannon ard George W. Banta, The comedy situations are said t be of unusualy hilarious nature, and take place chiefly in the apartments of two sets of newlyweds and of a wealthy young bachelor a former ad' mirer of one of the brides. A mas querade ball a suit of armor a crab bed uncle, a scandal gossiping cousin and a young husband who is called away by his firm in the midst of his honeymoon provide the laughs which come thick and fast without offense. HOLY TRINITY CHARITY Towads.Euope Relief Holy Trinity gave $700.00 and sent in also many hundreds of pounds of clothing and still there are some who say they want to give more. Let us hiave your gifts now friend as wintertime is worse there than here. Give now and save a lfe as they claim $10.00 will save a child's life if sent at once and not a cent is spent for work. Unite! Lutheran Church headquarters in New York offer to send all money to Poland, Finland, Russia, or any par of Europe to the destitute free. As Chaiman of a local committee I shall help you to' help them. Signed, C. R. W. Kegley. 'BEWARE THE BRIDE" WITH EILEEN PERCY "Beware of the Bride" a Wiilliam Fox production starring Eileen Percy will be seen at the Grand theatre Monday. The combination of a clever rnmprlierme. a master of 'the art of f GRAND TODAY Al. Jenning8 in ' Sunshine Comedy "CHASE ME" "TIGER BAND" (Episode No. 6) ; Mutt & Jeff in "NAPOLIAN" MONDAY EILEEN PERCY m "BEWARE OF THE BRIDE"