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SATURDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 19, 1921
HICKORY DAILY hfcCOHD
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Registered
HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO.
General Insurance and Bonds
Service Our Motto
1030 14th Street - - Phone 292
DR. O. II. HESTER
DENTIST
Masonic Temple Etiildinj
Ocffl. phone No. 2M
Night phone No. 8
When you have any old or
cost off Furniture to sell
CALL 221-L
Highest Cash Prices Paid.
. W. KEYJSOLDS
Hickory Lodge No. 343
A. F. & A. M.
RpjTQlar cemnjunicatioQ First
and Third Monday nights.
Brethren eordi&lly invited to be
presect.
II E Whitencr. J.Iu3ter
D. B. TAYLOH, 3ee.
1IALE EI.ECTKC COMPANY
Ninth Avenue
We are equipped to do all kinds
of electrical work, small or large.
We also carry a complete ?tock
ef Electrical Goods and a line of
fixture for store and residence
lighting.
CYRUS C. 3ABB
Mem. Am. Soc. Civil EngTi.
Watcrpower, WuUrwoik and
Sewerage Land sub-diis'cn
Highways.
Hickory, N. O.-Chm. Com. Hldg
' Address: Granite Fall?, N. 0.
Geo. E. Bisanar
DOCTOR OF OPTICS
Error of Refraction and all Opti
cal defects corrected with properly
fitted glasses. .
Office and examination rovm in con
nection with Jewelry fiur
Hickory Harness Co.
Manufacturers of all kinds cf
HARNESS, BRIDLE. SADDLES
AND STRAP WORK
Repairing a Specialty
HICKORY, N. C.
DR. W. B. RAMSAY
DENTIST
Office 0Tr Hayes-Long Drug Co
HICKORY, N. C.
Jitney Schedule
HlckoryLenolr Jitney Schedule
Leave Lenoir 8:30 P. 11
Leave Hickory. 6.C0 P. M.
Arrive for No. 21 and 22.
C. E. ROBBINS
Electric Shoe Shop
P. M. THOMPSON, Proprietor
First Class Work Guaranteed
Phone 106. Work Delivered
1082 14th Htreet, Hickory, N. C.
DR. J. B. LITTLE
DENTIST
Office Phone 198 '
Otw D. P. Bowman's Store
The blaze of the diamond
tho luster of the pearl the
glitter of gold While these
have an intrinsic value this is
not why they are most de
sired. They are prized most be
cause of their power to lend
distinction that indefiabl"
distinction that has charac
terized those of refinement
and good taste of all ages
Out goods an 1 service
l-uve distinction that charac
terizes the Bisanar store.
Bisanar
Optometrist
PRICE REDUCED.
On AZUREA and FLO RAM YE
FACE POWDERS.
RAST.
BRUNETTE.,
WHITE.
FLESH.
Was $2. Box, now $1.25 box
LUTZ DRUG STORE
"On the Corner"
TALL 17 or 317 That's ENOUGH
Prescriptions a Specialty
Local and Personal
Mr. V'ard Yoder of Hickory route
1 wai a shopper in the city today.
Mrs. R. E. Simpson of Charlotte is
a guest for several days of Mrs. T.
A. Mott.
Kev- and Mrs. C. L. Crane an 1
t-mall son are spending the week er.d
in Lenoir.
Miss Lila Fjsher of Asbeville is
spending several days in Hickory i.s
the guest of Miss Elizabeth Hams.
Mr. W. G. Lang returned to hi?
home in Greenville, S. C, today after
a visit to his sister, Mrs- V. N.
Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Miller and
children of Drexel are visitors at th.
home cf his mother, Mrs. W. L
Miller. ,
Mrs. C. M. Young and daughters.
Misses Mary Ellen ani Elizabeth,
are spending tcd3y in Connelly
Springs.
Mrs. Kate Warlick of Morganton
and Mr. R. O. Kamseur of Lincolnton
attended the funeral this morning cf
Miss Kate Shuford.
Miss Pearl Bumgarner came up
from Lincolntcn yesterday to spen i
the' week end with her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. J. R- Bumgarner.
Mr. F. D. Meadows of North
Wiikesboro is visiting his daughter
Miss Faye M:adows, at the home o?
Mr. and Mrs. J. V- Bowles.
A letter from Mrs- P. A. Sigmon,
who is at Fletcher, states that her
mother is seriously ill. Mrs. Signvr
may be absent from the city Tcr
some time.
Miss Dora Goodman of Ashevilk
raho has been the guest for siveiM
'ay! of Mrs. J. M. Sides and Mr-
,C. M. Young returned home thi-
mcrning-
M'-ss Myrtle TTahn who has bee
nursing h:r sister, Miss Li'lie Hahr
through a severe illners returnel t
Greensboro to resume her work in a
Greensboro hospital. Miss Lillie Hahn
is much improved.
Rev. S. B. Stroup left this afte-
lnn for Charlotte, go;nr down po
ciallv to bo present at tho unvfMT"
of a memorial window in the ch ir. V
of the IlolyComforter in memory of ,
HoWardH icKopy Co. i
Landscape Gi rcipncrs-Ntirscrymen
Hir-KciTY-North f !aroi.ima. w r, A
..Trustworthy ay
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Hickory and
Mrs. V. W. Rowe will spend to
morrow in Newlon where she gees 10
organize a Young: Woman's Auxiliary
in Grace Reformed Church, Newton.
Mr;. Rowe n secretary of this do-
uartment in the Classical Society
North Carolina.
Friends of Mrs. J. T. Regan
Morganton will be glad to learn that i
she is imnrovincr following an onera-l
3; Hon nf- ih- dmr: TTosnilal. Mrs. Re-!
iun n;staned a fall ihU week which i
resulted 5n serious injury but re- j
ports trcm her oedside today stated;
that ihe is g:tiing along very well, j
CIRCLE MEETS
.
antist Mi
iaay ai.ti-
Circle No. 2. of the Bantist
si'mary Society met yesterday
noon with Mrs. T L. Henkel
Kievciith avenue. Seven
Ilium .fi s
were present and Mrs. Augustine
was welcomed as a visitor
Mrs A. J. Essex, leader,
charge of the mission study
and the book for study. 'Making
America Christian' proved very in
teresting. The n:xt meeting will be held cn
Monday afternoon, March 7, the hos
tess to be announced later.
CIRCLE MEETS
Circle number two' M. E. church
met Thursday afternoon with Mrs
t. i. Anaerson at ner nome
Eighth street.
iirs. wiiDurn inomson, Tne
of the meeting, which was a splendid
T r . i a . l i i
is. AiKierson, assisted jv net
three children, Mildred, Irvin and
Hoyle served cream and cake, a val
entine suggestion, the cream being in
the shape cf a heart.
Mrs. Eugene Nichols will be hos
tess to the circle in March.
WITH MRS. GARTH
A business and social meeting 'of
the Christian Endeavor Society cf the
First Presbyterian church was held at
the home of Mrs. Voorheis Garth last
night and very much enjoyed by the
large crowd present.
The usual business session was held
followed, by a social hour during
which a puzzle contest was held. A:i
especially amusing feature of the ev
ening was th? contest in which the
guests with the aid of ' a toothpick
and chewing gum formed elephants
uii a piece cf cardboard.
Much fun resulted from the fish
ing pond, the guests fishing for fa
vors on which their fortune was writ
ten. During the evening the hostess
served a delicious salad course.
B. Y. P. V. SOCIAL
Mrs- W. R. Bradshaw ad Mrs. "H.
N. Carr entertairfrd the members i f
the B. Y. P. L. cf the First Ba;iti--t
chuuh at a most enjoyable social l.it
night.
Beautiful decorations, suggestive
of Pt. Valentine were used, with
hearts predominating.
Upon arrival the jruests were driv
en hearts with pictures and told to
'.mt lcr their partners and when
the were found each guest was to
write a valentine to each other- There
were read aloud and furnished
much amusement. Other interesting
games played were threading the
needle's eye pi. which Miss Veda Lut-
'xccllod. threading six needles i"
two minutes, bunting a string to
which a peanut ccntaininjr stunts
was attach, d and filling in. inirsing
.vcrds in verse.
Piano r i s bv M.isses Ellen Car
rier ard Mildred Kawlcs were much
'rfr.ycd as was the voc"' srlo by
Mi. s Bertha Deaton. Delicious re
freshments consisting of ice cream
and cake were seiwed.
MISS SPRINGS HOSTESS
Yesterday afternoon Miss Ileler
i-piings was hostess at an interesting
meeting of the Do As You Please
Club at her home cn Twelfth avenue.
In addition to the club members
those present were Miss Katherir.e
Shuford, Miss Evangeline Etley,
Miss Lucy Poindexter. Mrs. C. C.
Gamble, Mrs. Munth, house guest
of Miss Frances Geitner, Mrs. Ar
thur Courtney and Mrs. E. C. John
son. During the business ssssion the
club decided to adopt for another
year Maria Robert, an eight year old
French orphan, who has been their
ward for the past two years. Miss
Robert's father was killed during
th: world war and the little maid is
left alcne with her mother. The
club sends clothing to France fcr the
little girl also nearly $50 a year for
hc-v maintenance. To Taise funds for
her the club will hold an apron sale
in spring.
After the business meeting the
icgular program was enjoyed with
the hostess outlining in brief ner
bcok 'The Drums of Jeopardy' by
Peter B. Kine. reading a biographi
cal sketch of his life
Assisted bv Mrs. E. C. Johnson the
Irtess served a salad course after
which the club adjourned to meet two
weeks later with Miss Katharine
Taylor.
EXCHANGING PULPITS
There is a general exchange of
pulpits in Concord Presbytery Sun
day. Dr. E. M. Craig will be
in Marion and Rev. J. C. Story the
popular Marion pastor will preach in
Hickory at the First Presbyterian
eh'-vcV"'. While in Hickorv Mr. Story
will be entertained in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Shu-ford, reviving
friendship made in Oklahoma some
years ago.
U. D. C. MONDAY -
Jhe Abel A. Shurord Chapter, II.
T). C, will meet Monday afternoon
with Mrs. John Lentz.
Mr. W. T. Jonas is driving a new
Hupmobile which he purchased from
D. M. Boyd & Company
Mrs. E. A. Smith of
Chariots.
REAL ESTATE DEALS
Miss Gertrude Finger has pm'chas
ed from Mr. J., L. Cillev a lot on the
corner of Eleventh avenue and Tenth
stieet, rjart of the Dr Monroe prop
erty and will erect a handsome resi-
ece on it this spring. Mr. Albert L.
of 'Leal has bought the iot next to 1
residence and Mr. F Winter has pa
! cnasca tne come piaee lacing
of iTe'ith avenue.
HERE FOR FUNERAL
Misses Sarah Wh;te
Mattie
Fl;::r.
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'layers, Durotbry Ivcy andi'" t
r. (i va ru ' l; nient ,
stude-nts at
ni Miss-
i i'se Elliott and Mary White of Mitch-!-frailer in the city 1 .1 .od'
- ; ell College, Statcsville, arrived in'obl lists of values r 1 j i s i
t;,2 cii yesterday afternoon to at-1 articles are being a U i n
: tt;.-,
' -IllOO IkUL
Shutord. Misses Susie
Meyers, Eizabeth Read and Louise El-i
Iiott are stopping with Miss Mary
Allen, Miss Bessie Johnson with Miss ' efiermg wij be announced,
Mattie Lou Russell at Granite Falls many will make Lists cf t'12 th '
and Misses Mary and Sarah Whit-3 'hey want.
are stopping with Miss Edward lh: weather forecast is for col
Ciemont. Misses Russell, Johnson weather ext weeks, but the skies v ill
and White were guests today of Miss be fair, it is indicated, anrl the roa -Ivey.
fairly god and people will have no
- ok
i'LNEKAL FOR MISS
SHUI ORD HELD TODAY
if -.rd
V.'ii-J- an-
-iiay evening at
bi'it f ili'r.css was
; 11 o'clock frcr
c'.l i.
1 vn is moi nuig
Of lit v-
1 a M v -.
i f yv r".'v"
tee.ith
Afis. Jarge.y attended oy
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n f:cvrow:ng relatives and in: :iJs.
lev. C. S. Kirknatvick. pa? tor of!
the First Methodist church of which
tnf deceased wa a ccnsiscer.t mem
ber, conducted the service, assisted
ov Dr. E. :!. Craier. Rev- V- Yv
Rcwa aiul Rev. W. R. Bradshaw, r.ru
the body was tcroeily laid to rest i:
J a k w c 0 a t c n 1 e t e r y .
Members of the Junior Class oi
Lencir Collcce of which Miss Sira-
lord was a member during the v-sa-!
man ycra-, we
rtvoennf r rr.V Vio?v
last tribute to their former clasH
. nr.1 -.Iv,f , r!r-nrl.-M..-
rv,n. rp v, i-o,-, nA,o-..n 's.tc. c-u,,
ford was a student for the past tw;
years, were present and assisted by
friends here, bore the beautiful fbr
al offerin-rs which cover;? d the gv--?.
The r3llber.r?rs were Messrs
Abernethv, J. A. Bowies, .Tobn
lew C. II Ceitner, P. A. Setzer
J. II. Patrick.
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PASTIME TODAY;
The attraction at the Pastime then-
tre todav will- hs Charraine' Bi'liei
Burke in her latest 1921, Paramoy.u
..'I. .it-' TT',1.. 11' T.'l'r,.,
JiClJle ili-'S IliUUCaS.jf Uil lL JUli...'.- i
bet" adapted frcm the play by i;oy i
Herniman. "The Lc.ucation oi J-..U-
zabeth is a capuvaung story oi a;
chorus girl just the type of charac
ter Miss Burke best knows how to
portray. Aside from its interest a"d
appeal as a superb picture story, t;vls i
photocomedy enables Miss Burke ia!
rsnenr in ome vemavkablv b?aut' tivl :
gowns, master Creations of master
modistes. There are beautiful jrirls
handsome men and in every other re- j S;1 -"er erincism by ia: cergy r
speet this prcdution is one of thei' d nr:d ? y- be h.-r
highest class. . Vhc st2ry i'-3,1:- t- Picture, is ly
Added attraction, Pathe News an 1 1 fCCU;i" cKr ' ':"' . -y- r
"Cash Customers" a Snub Pollard jf1;05,''- -, v ' ,r
comedv. Special music tonight I'vinc'll"s !V iu Ai0:11'. un,1 se' ;Vti:' ?'
Mrs. Hatcher. Monday a big Par:"-i raiRlss. tncm icr -:clr snan!C3 a"d h'
mount special "Inside the Cup" roi i J'"TV 0i . . .
Winston Churchill's celebrated novel, , I'roctor Aloert Capchsm, however
,.notn,i ci, o f i2S Pa'i more a tentien. to the dra
several years a to, whether you read 1 i m i i l-
the book cr not you will doubtle-, ! lf ulosoph wtodi mf-Kis tne '"r,:;!
. . . n j. . . T, almost u.nf ergei.i i;Ie. ino st'cn.1-. rv
want to see tms splendia picture. It thtini arcf the hrt appeal c-1
is a massive Paraiiiount r-h-. tpiay i.-: -t- " V, r ,..-i..-... . . ..
iiiv.ll I c. i. c kill i hi i jiv; v.
rected by Albert Caneib-i the sicac i"- 4'"
FPneh Tjie story is one ""Th;;-E'rlcus' rCiG3 ' 0V 'The In ncb ,
oi ticief.cic-js vamat-c force an 1 t.e thc Cup. are p0rtrayed by pick
tll' Jll: - - rtW: The leading man ,1
interpreted by highly artistic players ,
and the photography is of a high or
der of excellence.
"The Inside of the Cup" is artistic.
We recommend it to you. If you fail
to sea it you miss an entertainment j
that is distinctly worth while.
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Kcc-rcr EuCs.cnbers wll wart
ssve i uesaay s paper in wniCii
'difficulty m getting to town frov
jajj p3rts of this section.
j Ihe Record -has ' received frjn
Congressman Clyde R. Hcey a 'ra.'
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carrr
lettuce, r;
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AQr.r-d ton-to. nv.- the-e will h; g- f
eld ;out on Thursday as long as the piv
t'ie '. -j' - ! .: V. ih"?e vo car.
i i ' : e e. r r d s r 1 e 0 y -j t;cte ' t o c a 1 1
; tb9-.T!. Don": call befcre Tnursoay.
j t o n you .ie here tor uoilar i)
; iust drop around at the Keeora cti.e
an
otta:n a package.
DAY MEETING
meeting cf the Ladie?
An all day
First-Pvos
b:t:iin. church w;.s at
manse yesterday- The society ha
been studvi?ig the book 'Bible an
I -ilS'S .- ii!U till UH U-.V OoUU
all
tlJLT' . K
CI. ill 0 1 C l. OLi til It. I! Jlitil.Uf.l
memoers rrounc iu: c - is and
KCiKisers rrougnc lurches
va servrd at 12 o'clock,
recers to
an hour following lunch.
Mrs. E. B. Mcnzies r.rrar.ged Hi
pt-of'ram nr.;l interesting talks wer
made by Mrs. E. I'd. Craiar. Mr-. C
L. Crane and Mrs E. B. Merrdes.
Lie meet
jesting and helpfid. was largely e
i tended,' w:th practically all mernbe
I cf the church being present sen
dw."ngthe day.
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Said to b? one cf the most remark
la picture productions of the cur
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a Pavam ount-Cosm o po .) tr n nic:uri:-:
iicn of Winston Churchill's iirr-
r..rvel. will -b? shewn at tho Pasi ir.
Theatre one day only., Monday, bV
ruary 21.
bo:-k was p"
1 19'
its exposure cf
' weaithv church',':'
1-,
I . cn.'-- weaitny cnurcners, prnv
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or iiie
wiliram r; cWleton. who "has V
eei
'3er in surp't of such stars as Johr
Barrymore, Elsie Ferguson and Ir
re Casiletcn. Edith HaHor. a charm-ino-
nch'PP! vhn scrrp a (rrr tti- hi
in'.T,oav u tn jpTje"' i'lprlino- worv
j an. Others in the cast include such
iweil known players as David Tcr
renc". Jack Bohn, M;vrnierite Ciav
jton, Margaret Siddor.3; Richard Cav-l'c-.
AlVrt Roccr-'rdi and n rank A.
I Lyon, all artists in their respective
lines of characterization.
CARD OF THANKS
To cur r'any friends we wish tr
j thank yen fcr the kindness shown
on ring tne fatal illness and death cf
rur beloved mother, " Mrs. Hardin
Kendrick.
Mr. and Mrs- R. F. Duncan,
Mr. ana Mrs. C. S. Hardison.
Tv. and Mr--. W. A. Burns.
Mr. and Mrs- W. A. KeWck.
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B. L. Iline & Company has pur
chased a Peo soocd wagon from
Johnson's Garage.
tMNO a ,.'v
01:-icao dees net wr;t for a forma"
"-f'.ir,,j "rp .-.f 5-c t m't C-ermrj-n
back into the high schools. Sprin"--
jfiekd Republican.
We
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ynaer Blocks, Trans Cases, Crank Cr-r-Truck
frames, Aluminum, Brass, Cast Iron and Skv
We give special attention to munufae'uer br V--ups,
etc. i w
We guarantee service in the above lines.
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