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MONDAY EVENING, MAY 23, 1921
HICKORY DAILY RECORD PAGE THREE Our Glasses Promise Brighter Days . J..-lcI2aJ Ami brighter sij?ht and your ability to vend and write am! work with loss eyestrain and with greater pleasure than ever be fere. Nothing more injurious to your eyes' arid general health than eye strains. No better equipment, con structed on the most modern, sck'iitiiie prineiples for ex aminations to be had. Our "grinding plant also furnishes prompt and cflieient service... , ' , Local and Personal Mrs. W. C. Squires and Miss Cap tula Beck spent yesterday at Oteen Miss Mnrv Rnirprs Shuford has re- tnrnofl -Fnr tVip summer vacation from iHliea. N. Y.. where she 'was a stu- ! dent the past year at a physical cul ture and mnsicp.l school. Mr. II. G visiting his parents. Mr U. JJeek. All these who hiave promised chick ens for the lunch to be given Wed- thn Abel A. Shuford and Mrs. J.inapter win De npsi to ine uia- trict meeting ot xne unneu uaugn ters of the Confederacy,; are asked 1 iVii-m to the hoine of Mrs. S. L. Whitener no later than 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Miss Elizabeth lVst of Statesville was a guest ever the week end of Miss Luciie Deal. FINE SERMON 10 GRADUATING CLASS Miss Emily Wheeler has gone to Charlotte lo spend several days with Mrs. M. C. Salassa. Geo E JO Uej;istered Optometrist liiiKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO. General Insurance and Bonds SeiviceOtir Motto 1(530 14th Street Phone 292 . v.. l '.. '.. !; ?' . .. . ?.v . . J., , ' '(., "Ok U ris :;cc;; vith you-the auto , apiiic rcci.ru rcuiembers lor xiu v;hc: you : . . : -;: vvMn-ci-.ivn: tv !:M :;t-i t i . ; t it is pretty , "'' '!;; ',,!: v;;v. ' Srop f T 'i few The Van Dyke Shop I; O. H. 1 1 EST Kit DENTIST " IU' phone No. 237 .lie Temple Building .'-i '!;',, phono No. 8 hen vim have any old or wst otT i'urniture to sell CALL 22-t-L Wisest Cash Priccti Paid, i:. V. KEYWOLDS (i. W. ISA BY, M. 1)., Bv C. CHIItOPItACTOR and Spinal Socialist Over Zerden'a Store Chiropractic Eliminates the Cause of Disease Elcclric Shoe Shop F- M THOMPSON, Proprietor lit Work CaarutMi I't.onr 1;',. Work Delivered lEr'i ;-'rtt Hickory, N. C. HALE KLECTKC COMPANY Ninth Avenue We 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 fixturen for store and residence lighting. Hickory Harness Co Manufacturer of all kind vf HARNESS. BRIDLE. SADDLKS AND STRAP WORK Repairing a Specialty HICKORY, N. C. H. J. C. LITTLE DKNTIST fir '''' 'I I', FoTnnan'a Store CYRUS C. BABB Mem. Am. Soc. Civil Kimttj. Waterpower. Waterworks aad Sewerage- Land Pub-d.s.on -Iliyhwa'ya. 1 Hickory, k V 1 iress: Granite lalU. N. O Mrs. Raymond Robinson has as her truest for severajl days Miss An nie Coulter of Newton. VV. B. RAMSAY Geo. E. Biaanai DOCTOR OF OPTICS Frro- of Refraction and all Opti cal defect, correct with properly MV. Robert Bell has returned from Aslieville where he attended the Shrinvr's convention. JUNIOR PIANO RECITAL Tln .Tnninr ninno recital will Riven in the Lenoir uoiiejrc auditor Before the graduating class and faculty of the Hickory high school filled Holy Trinity Lutheran church an Sunclav school room. Rev. C K Miss Jo Bradford spent the week entl in Charlotte with her sister, Mis;; Maud Bradford. Mrs. M. T. Ilinshaw of Rutherford College was among the out of town hrppers in the city today. Mr. Paul Deaton left at noon to diy for Harrisburg, Hi., where he will play ball during the summer. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Whisnanc of Granite l-'alls attended services at the K' i:;:ucd church yesterday morn-ino-. Miss Mary Ti.lley. Mrs. Tilley and Mrs. R. 1.'. Deal of Granite Fills v! :e in the city shopping this mori' ing. ! .'5i.i' I rl Mil n II 1 U IIWII I IMflll. J V . ium Wednesday evening at 8:30 v. Kekley, yesterday morning deliv o'clock by Miss Kathryn Hardin as- 0..C(j t1c baccalaureate sermon, giving sisled by Miss Annie bigmond and I ini views of a wpII voirnded education. Mr. J. D. Tickle, voice, 1T ino. !..: to..f f,,,,m u or,i chanter of John. 11th and 13th verses inclu- MR. AND MRS. RUSSELL give, and his subject waa Christian ENTERTAIN training I Tlivo ara tmn rhior-fci in t.raitllTlC Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Russell enter- Hip mind. Mr. Kesrlev said: the first ninr.l nt o flnl i frll t f 111 1 V informal I : 4?,. iU ...., 1 ifn nnr) v'" ' . I IS lH.'(cllctllUIl iUI lilt uiracui x lit dinner party Saturday evening witn the soconti is r,renaration for the 1 1 .... flio f noil fir n ..... . . -r-. tvvtiJi iiiuiiiucio w . "l,-u"J, . eternal lite bevond the grave. nere Hickory graded schwis as guests 01 he gave the different ideas 0f Gduca l llo i.i 1 1 1 1" llliHU-tntiLt in. x t 1 j ? v l ..! . . i rPnLiori a npautiTui m na in a oeau nnnfnnl nun iirxrt in IHe center rest-1 . . J , , , : S nf ho: mtiful bright nansios 11 ul oy ana the uoman conception supplemented on either side with " " "Tu t ' . , v.ii:... : These are not enough the minister sman receptacles nuiums !"ow:s .u i j tho samp hue. Edison selections were declared. God made the body o 1 1 il 1- thu rarnnmn I L'tJ leillWie OJ. VJOU. illlLl 1 L Wcia I I'lllll'I I'll l.li I I UL UUb 1.x. v- vy... i ' i, T-.i.v. ti..j:;ii . : nv,f;i..,i- this rnncpntion that Mr. Keglev em WIMli IVllSS rjlOISC IVUtiioui luiuiiuu.- ----- ----- . ing several niano numbers. pnasizea uunng tne c urse 01 an m mi. j.. : 1...i;nn f r..if.V.n,.c; if torpuli in rr spvtrinn Thp music WJl5 the grades of which the chCldren of unusually good and was enjoyed by iv I f and iirs. Itusteii int. muiiuvr., liic luiKC luiii wauuii. mi ir.-c tvTmiu! Rnnfh. Misses Helen I lev trnvc. a. cordial weleome to the Brandon, Emily Gosnold. Kate (Jos- seniors and visitors and invited them tii.i irir. TJndisi . iviahel xviuier Louise and Annette Boot! Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Smith and family of Charlotte were guests the past, w .ek of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. l'hmk. Messrs. F. L. Moose and S. B. f-'lroiip of Charlotte spent last night and this morning in Hickory with friends. Mrs. W. T. Blalock tfnd Mister Harley Shuford returned Saturday licm an extended trip to Phladelpnia and Washington. After spending the past six months in Hickory, Mr. Fred Beck has gone to Colconda, Nev., where he will make his home. Mr. and Mrs. ,.r. C. Plor.k h as (heir guest over the week end Mr Plonk's brother, Mr. M. L. Plonk, of Kings Mountain. Miss Geneva Wilson of dystonia '.vill arrive this afternoon from G-as-t'dii:' " in the i.iicst for several days, f Miss Oneita Miller. Mrs. Walter Carpenter passed through llicuory today enroute from H'atawla where .she visited her sis ter, Mrs. Robt. Bail. Miss Louise Jones cf Salisbury was a guest over the week ena of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. iu. B. Jones, On Fifteenth street. to come again. Mr. Keglev laid down the nroDo- Ki'fion that God intended everv human being to have training insofar as he w:i ri nble n talcn it. A Ghristian ed- Following the annual custom the ucation. he said, was the noblest Junior el'ss of the Hickory high handwork of God. and the minister senor.ll entertained tne nenior cias urged a nure neart in addition to SENIORS ENTERTAINED iSSS FHdnv evpning. the dehghtlul at fair being given at the attractive iir,.o nf at;? Josenhme LiVeriv on Twelfth street beautiful bodies and minds The graduating address will be given Thursday night at the South i.iiiiiiii iiv iff I .- I ji n u .lrvi. l. vili:- Lovely decorations of mounta!n president of Lenoir College, and the llT IT) I - ... - . . class day exercises will be held by the seniors 1" riday night. Ot the 2.1 graduates 01 the high laurel were used, carrying out in the senior class colors. rrVio eveninp- sned merrily on witb rook and other games being the chief eing the chiei , , ;4.,.,i,,f form of amusement. Contests also .,- , ' .,.,,, .,. 1 . . . . ., , it uu uuve liiuieuteu Liieii nitciitiuii ul attending college and it is believed !.he others also wild attend. . It will be a fine record for this class. .ete cl'so present. ON ANNUAL PICNIC Mrs. B. F. Seagle went to Lenoir this morning to be present at the Da en port College commencement which will be held this week. During the evening cream and cake followed l.y mints, were served. In addition to the members of the . . i tt:.. T,,r, :;enior and ,iunior cesses, n . unnn vvutfii fop fivt? wars ..bine Mansfield. Miss Evangeline lORD WAI1EJ) l Uh - rlyl'' y.A?,S ; I i" . Anne Preston Heilig. '1U L -KJiftiN "lUia ill i i i ,y A.i.. - - - - . i . .1.1 Tl.lict? Nnnmi I 'MISS HiUlllv uu&iimu, i.i. T, . . ;.' . V" i, o rj,..n irtm. For five vears Sewell Ford, one of rrent and m is. i.. - . . ... , of tie high school facutly, America's greyest humonsts. refus- t(i iu (jimii nin xvji. iiv atuiirj, which have now run into seven vol umes, to bo pictures on Hie' screen, because lie did not believe that there was any actor 'who could properly in terpret his office boy character. Then one day he met Johnny Hines, the noted comedian, and Ford at a glance decided that here was the liv ing, bra" thing "Torchy" of Ins pen. The result. "Torchy" will be mtro dnred to motion nicture natrons at the Grand theatre as added attrac tion today. He promises to ouicldy duplicate his laughter-producing qualities in the silent drama. Mrs. Harrison Winkler and guests, X.v. Mid Mrs. C. C. Shell cf Lexing ton, have gone to Lenoir to attend commencement at Davenport College. Mr. and Mrs. J L. Winnignham and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jones 'of GiccnsLoro were guests yesterday -u-,i 'last night cf Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. W-itson. .Mrs. F. B. Ingold and children, P.orrard nd Fhoebe, returned today I'rirn Mrcl sville where they were guests over the 'week end of Mr. and '.vl.14. English. Mrs. Chas. Menzies, Jr., had as her gu' st over the week end, Miss Gladys BviAvn cf Blowing Rock. Miss Brown was enroute home from Meredith CcMegc where she was a student the past winter. Mr. and Mrs. A. Ci Hewitt return d yesterday from a visit to Marion -nd Asheviile. At the former place tl-ey were guests cf Mrs. Hewitt's "athi r and at Asheviile they attend ed the Shrine Convention. ' Dr. Glenn G. Scott and Dr. Ram seur rf Spray stopped over in Hick ory last night enroute from Ashe viile where they attended the Shrin ci'.s convention. Dr. Scott has many friends here, having been in business here several years ago. Don't envy the woman with the soft clear complexion, use NY ALS Beauty Balm and your complexion will be likewise beautiful. Lutz DrugStore "On the Corner :ALL 17 or 317 That's ENOUGH Prescriptions a Specialty Members of the First Nationa1 Bank force and several friends v'cre guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Men zies at Mayview Clubhouse, Blowing Rock. Friday when the annual out ing of the force was held. The club house is one cf the most attractive places at the rock an', special effort was misdc by the man agement to make the day one of pleasure and interest to ir.o Jt'-'hiv visitors. The clubhouse, wnicn um not open formally to the puDiic u til Saturday evening, was open to the guests from Hickory l'ay and at noon served a ot" ftmiui lunch. . . Mr. and Mrs. Menzies saes-s in cluded Mr. and Mrs. J. L- Culev, Mr. 3nd Mrs. E. N. Carr, Air. am. ,v ; T W Whisnant, Mrs. R. MJtm. Miss Minnie Gwaltncy. Miss-Virginia Sellers, Miss Hettie Beam, Miss Mary Allen, Mr. J. R. Ilolman. Mi. Donald Menzies and Mr. L. I.. War lick. FOR MISS ROCK ETT Conover, May 23. Mrs. Carl Wag ner delightfully entertained ith a miscellaneous shower at her home Friday night complimentary to Hiss Elizabeth Rockett whose marriage to Mr. Sam Mauney of Maiden will take place in June. . , It was a surprise affair, the oU guests having arrived and the hon oree having, to be sent for. Upon her arrival the beautiful little daugh ter cf the hostess, little Miss Elea nor, pulled in a daintily trimmed ,,-i with piwn and pimc crepe paper, with the many handsome gifts and presented them to iuia Rockett. After opening and admir ing the gifts seven tables were ar ranged for rook. The score cards were very appropriate for the occa sion. Iii the games of rook Mrs. E. V. Little won the . prize, a Kcwpie dressed as a bride which she present ed to the bride elect. Those playing were Mesdames S V. V Little. D. P. Clinc aVi..;.,,, cvinfvd J A Isenhower, VUl Kill UiiMi"' vj ... Orin Isenhower, Edgar Bolick, Oscar i Bolick, A. M. Smith, Alvin bchcll, Tnm Hewitt and Misses Thelma Cline. Maud Hunsuek er, Elizabeth Rockett. Hah Hunsurk r, Fiiise Rice, Susie Shell. Elsie Mae Rockett- Annie Rockett, Annie Yount Florence Herman.. Mabel Bolick. Al verta Rockett, Misses Eva Caldwe". Azalee McCall and Mrs. Marshall Wagner of Newton and Mrs. John Shell of Akron, O. At the close of the games the hos tess served a delicious salad course. The favors were jpink and green erepe backets filled with green and pink mints. The home was artistically decorat ed with a p:-fnsi-n lovely flowers. MR. STROUP GOES TO TO NEW YORK AGAIN Rev. S. B. Stroup, rector of; the church of the Ascension, left flast evening for New York, whete he will undergo an opei'ation onthe head for a slight growth. He fepects to rptnrn home in ten days or two weeks. Mr. Stroup is being treat ed by Dr. Kobert Abbe, tne noiaa surgeon, who originated the idea tlio American women presenti Madam Gnrie a crammev- of radium I for her discovery of this wonderful ATTEND SERMON NEWTON LAST NIGHT Among those from Hickory going lo Newton last nigHit to hrijr the bac calaureate sermon at Catawba Col lere were Rev. and Mrs. W. W. R(.we and daughter, Louise, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Weaver and son, William, Mr. Felix- Peck, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Lesser, Mr. an'd Mrs. W. J. Shuford, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bost, Mrs. J. L. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. L. II. War lick. . The sermon was preached by Dr. C. E. Schaeffer of Philadelphia. Hike oranges? ttrSt came Ward's Orange-Crush. Later came Lemon-Crush and Lime-Crush. All three are carbonated drinks of supreme quality and fruity deliciousness. Enjoy one today. In bottles or at fountains Bottled by COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Phone 149 Hickory, N. C. Me a Bicycle If you go fishing ride a Bike. It's much quicker. If you're working, ride a Bike. It will soon pay for it self in time saved. Crown Bicycles are guaranteed for a year. Buy one now. Pay as you ride. Nil I Fishing Tackle, Camp Stoves Baseball Goods, Tennis Supplies Photographs Made in your own home For appointments, call Ben A. Stimpson At Hardin's Studio Phone 140-J 1 0 Days Only Attention Friends We have installed what we believe to be the handsomest and prettiest soda foun tain in this entire section. We should like for you to drop in to see it. Yours to please. Savoy Candy Co. Headquarters for Fruits and Home Made Candy Just to Remind You That we have installed another modern pressing machine particularly adapted for palm befceh, kool clgth and other light garments for men and women. No disa greeable odors left on your clothes press ed at our place. City Pressing Club Ernest Wright, Mgr. Phone 190 element.