HICKORY DAILY RECORD
FRIDAY EVENING, APRJL 1, 1921
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Why We Are
Plans for rahdnj: $2,000 Sunday for;
the relief of the millions of starving
Chi r u so have been perfected by the
central committee cf which Mr. K. M.
Terry Is- chairman, and peircns, who
are willing to trive are urged to- car
iy cash and (hecks with them t;
church either on Sunday morning or
niftht. It is ho))ed tj raise the goal
in a single day, telegraph the amount
to headquarters and allow the com
mission to put the money where it
will do most ?ood.
The members of
tees have announced
ft r .Sunday. Those
Weston Burner, Raleigh; F. C. Bat
tle, New Bern; H. M. Baker, Lum
ber ton; T. B. Henry, Wadesboro; W.
II. Wcodall, Asheville. Corres
ponding secretary and Mission study
superintendent, Miss Elsie K. Hun
ter; recording secretary, Mrs. J. B.
Boushall; secretary Youn Woman's
auxiliaries, Mrs. H. N. Himms; Ju
nior superintendent Mis.; Elizabeth
N. Briggs; editors: Mrs. W. H. Red
dish, Mrs. R. N. Sims and Miss Eli
Executive committee: Mesdamles
W. A. Cooper, Livingston Johnson,
J. II. King, T. W. O'Kelley, W. R.
Marshall, W. C. Reddick,, J. H.
Weathers. J. A. Ellis, J. R. Barkley,
N," E. Maddrick, C. E. Brewer, T.
II. Briggs, N. B. Broughton, J. W.
Dunn, Weston Burner, Z. M. Cay
ness all of Raleigh.
named bv Chair-
Ths women of ancient Rome, it is
asserted, used more pa;nt and pow
der than the women of today- ,Well
mot. gnd nowder mav have been cheap
er in their day. Springfield Union.
SIXTH HONOR ROLL
The Highland school honor roll for
the ixth month follows:
A First Grade Donald Lee Peery,
Glenn Suther, Mary Lee Leonard.
Margaret Yount, Boyce Deal. Mil-
ford Cloer. Edith Lail, Edward Mor
ris. Joe Mize.
B First Grade Estelle Davis. Mar
cella Harris. Paul Lafon, Maurice
Lafon. Cathryn Snipes, Hattie Turn
er. Lettico Martin, Minnie Kerr, Tom
Second Grade Ransom Bierd Ver
line Bolick Ruth Frye Ina Frye
Herman Guthrie Clyde Haivm Kenneth
Hefner Clarence Kaylor Pauline
Little, Frank Miller. Dixon Suther,
George Stanley, Veda White. Paul
Wihitener. Carroll Newton.
Third Gradst Gettys Rockett. Na
dine Mingus, Laura Cloer, Leona Can-
sler. Douglas Craig, Troy White,
Harry Newton, Minnie Frye.
, Fourth Grade Joel Hunt, Sadie
Huffman. Vernice Frye, Robert La
fon. Nina Yount, Mary K. Miller,
Vernon Kaylor, Florence Sigmon,
Georgia Bolch, Louise Sox.
Fifth Grade Alice Frye. Floyd
Frye, Juanita Harris, Mta Hcffn;r.
Howard Hefner. James Witherspoon.
Sixth Grade Edith Anderson. Cad
Guthrie, Cloyd Bolick. William Peery.
Seventh Grade Katherine Newton.
Eighth Grade Earl Huffman.
Ninth Grad? Erline Sigmon, Luda
Hawn, Grace Harris, Cecil Newton,
Bernice Miiler, Nettie Hawn, Made
Newton. Letts Newton.
DR. McDANIEL AT FIRST
BAPTIST SATURDAY NIGHT
Dr- Geo. Wl. McDaniel of Rich
mond, Va., noted preached and lec
turer, will occupy the pulpit of tbe
First Baptist church tomorrow night
in the interest of the 75 million
campaign. He will discuss world re
ligious conditions and bring a mes
sage that will be interesting to ah.
The public is invited.
We've seen a lot of batteries,
but never another like the
Willard Threaded Rubber Bat
tery. I Threaded Rubber insulates,
the plates instead of separating
them the way wood separators
. No carbonizing, puncturing,
checking or cracking, because
Threaded Rubber Insulation re
tains all the valuable insulating
qualities of rubber and is not
affected by acid.
That's one beacon why we're
strong for Willard Threaded
Rubber Batteries. 'v'
Hickory Battery .Co.
1 121!l Ninth Avenue
' (rlrf rVs H
.ra ft H
man Perry for the First Baptist are:
L. B. Tul'tle, C. W. Ellington and W.I
Mr. K. C. Menzies' committee for
the Presbyterian church is composed
of V. A. Henderson, Geo. W. Hall, C.
V. Garth, Mrs. C. C. Gamble, R. L.
Hefner and N. W. Clark. I
Dr. R. L. Fritz announces his com-!
niittee fi r St. Andrews Lutheran as W '
.K.. vuhn. AWnr, Pitts," W.-II. Little,!
MiVs' Lottie Siittlemyre arid "Miss Al-
POLISH TRRINS OPERATE
Warsaw, March 13. Trains made
up entirely of Polish rolling stock
and manned by Polish chews began
making regular trips into Rumania
recently to bring grain to the new
republic which suffered terribly in
crop losses last year owing to the
Bolshevik offensive. Rumania was!
unable to deliver grain to Poland '
because of lack of usable rolling stock, j
This grain is milled into flour for:
the population of Galicia. Northern j
Poland including Warsaw receives i
"'.j supply of flour chiefly from Am
erica. Two trains a day, transporting
about 25,000 tons of grain a month,
are now making regular trips from
Experts have reported excellent
prospects for Poland's crops next
harvest and it is expected that with
a summer of peace the country will !
raise enough grain to supply all needs, i
The situation in Ireland will not ;
be helped by the fact that the am-j
bushes will soon be in full leaf. !
Money back without question
if HUNT'S GUARANTEED
SKIN DISEASE REMEDIES.
(Hunt's Salve and SoapLfail in I
the treatment of Itch, Eczema,
ing skin diseases. Try this '
treatment fit our risk.
HICKORY DRUG COMPANY
ROBBED II H
Vnkni.wn persons last night enter
ed Williams' Clothing Company
store on iXnth avenue, carried off a-,
handbag, an overcoat, two suits of
clothes, neckties and other articles
and left without leaving a due as to
NO SHOW AT HUP. TONIGHT
M:n;;igT J. I'. Miller, of the Hub
theatre leei et . to announce that lie
will le unable to show flip big pic
,tuiv '-Dead Men Tell No Tales" to
day. He received the picture yester
I day one day lata from Wadesboro and
j expected to hold it ever and show it
today, but, aft.r .t'dvertising the nic
'tine in the Record for exhibition to-
.!:;y he received a teh'gram late 1 r-t
.evening instructing him to not hob'
jlhe ))icture and to shin it at once to
'.Atlant i from which place it had to
i he reshipped immediatelv upon arrival
there to Nashville. Tenn.. for ? full
weeks run commencing Sunday.
M. U. CONCLUDES
V K Ali'S CONVENTION
TWO IIUNDIIEI) IIKJII
SCHOOLS IN DEIJATI
J Chap 1 Hill, ,-iPti i. Two hun
j dred hiuh schools in all sections of
j the state have notifi.d Secvietaiy L.
' R. J'.arikin that they v'dl take part
in tc triangular debates of the high
' srholo debating unio mm April 1. on
the query KesoheJ. That the polu-y
' f coll ctive bargaining through
J trade unions should prevajl in Am
vtrican industry- Interest in this, the
'ninth annual statewide tottst, of jhe
j high school dcbatingiunion," it at bigli
i tnt;'!i in ; scho!s of the ttate iiccvul
ing to leports r.ccivortiitw '
The sciiois winningi 'botli cf jtheir
(lebatc April 1 will Knd' tnen-'n.'a'm's
'to the university en April 14 and 1"
to '(Tmpr'te -in the -final rnntesf for
ithef Aycock Memorial cup. Other
) nigh .- m.i Si.id'J .W i& ?n; v2
that time ale ' the '.intcr-schqlnstic
'track meet and tennis tournament.
' 'lhe AshevilL' high school won the
award of the Ayccck Memorial cut)
;ly defeating the Goldsboro high
school in last year's final debate hi
;the university. Should Asheville win
ithe Aycock cun fg:iin this year then
tlv trophy will remain the perman-
t tit po. session cf the Asheville- high
Pocky Mount, April 1. The Wo
man's1. Misi-kAinry u-.il'n convention,
which has been in session in the
First P.nptist church of this city since
Tuesday night adjourned last night
without a meeting place for the next
vession a vear hence. The matter
I of selecting a place was left to the
J executive committee. The convention
j has grown so large and the house
keepers problems have grown so ac
ute that.no town or city dared to
I invite them. The convention regis
tered its protest against moving the
general headquarters of the union
'I he Charlotte division, composed
: of IK associations, of which Mrs. T.
. P.. Henry of Wadesboro is superintendent,-
led all the divisions in the
state ' in ' the matter of. contributions
and gold seals for mission stiidy,
the amount given being $9G,G19. Am
ong their gifts have been an Edison
to Rev. and Mrs. II. II. McMillian of
China and operating table for the
:i?w Yathleeiv Mallory hospital at
Liachowfu, China, and they offer. ..o
ehiploy a trained worker for thi
proposed "Good Will Center"to be
'Fsta"blished " iri Charlotte.' "
..The features of th closing-ser-v?c4V
last .night were ' -a' ; pageant by
the local' Y. W. ., and inspiring ad
dresses by Mrs. Maude McAClure of
the W. M. U., training school, Louis
iville, Kw. i"Worth Whlc LighbV
and a splendid musical program by
a large chorus choir.
The following officers were elect
ed to serve during the coming year;
President. Mrs. Wesley N. Jones,
lvlifigh; vii'-presi('(;nits, Mesdames
R A N
A Thos. H. Ince Special
and an all star cast
Written by JULIEN JOSEPIISON
IIomnun Fr lk'- is not a cocktail drama. It has romance and
tenderness; it haa jruthca and robust comedy; it has tenderhess
and the rush, of melo-dramatic action but it never loses that
U ft, magnetic, masterful something that makes it a pastoral epic.
A mother story that hits the greatest target
in all the worlds the human heart
Added Attraction FOX NEWS
Admission 10 & 20c," war tax included
Our Strawberries Grow in the
THE Southern States tkat Iiave lon been
famous for fertile soil and wonderful fruit, grow
the strawberries wliick flavor "The Velvet Kind
Picked fresh in season, these berries are "cold
packed" and, thus frozen, shipped to our facto
ries where they remain at frigid temperature,
retaining all their dehciousness until used in
flavoring your "Velvet Kind Ice Cream." ?
We use only the genuine natural flavors in all our products, barring
absolutely all; imitation or extracts and compounds. This, with
purtjnvh personally created formula and method tor manufacture
(Patents applied for td protect our process) reinforced with the
ingredientoi pure ct'eam, pure milk and pure cane sugar, gives us
the exclusive privilege of offering you this superb and distinctive
Ice Cream, both in flavor and in quality.
We do not use gelatins, gums starch or fillers.
It is truly an Ice Cream of incomparable dehciousness and qual
ity, exceeding in charm and purity even that good old-fashioned
kind your Mother made
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Hickory Drug Co. 1 Salisbury, N. C
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