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i PAGE FOUH HICKORY DAILY RECORD Graduation Rememberances very appropriate timo to re mvmber your i'rii'iul or rela tive with a ilainty pifi-t of jwdry or other tfift from our nice selection. Siuh gifts are muth appre ciated and are lasting. Geo. E. Bisanar , Registered Optometrist Local and Personal The Scouts will meet tonight .at 7:30 at the Chamber of Commerce?.' SUNBEAMS GIVE I'HOGHAM Mr. E. B in Raleigh over Tm r, T lTfn,. tvT children -land Mis. C. A. Little have gone to ; at uie nsi i'- The S.unbeams, a band of yount? workers," had charge of the services enure n Hamilton was a visitor Charlottesville Va., to attend thoW er the week ond. I centennial tt the University t V,r-j hcu 1 ad ,i Mr. N Can. UHlia. iiiniif l . n i. v. nay " . ... of Mrs. L.ut e s aaugnter, ivirH. i. -j Childs. They wiir go' from Chariot tesville to Washington to visit Mrs Little's Son, Di A. B. Little. I Miss Mabel Little ot Gastonia jwas a guest over the week end of l home folks T Mrs. Herman Riser and daughter, Alice, of Charlotte are guests of her sister, Mrs A. L. Deal Messrs. C. M. Coffey and J. C. Del linger have returned Irom a ness trip to Washington, D. C. Mrs. E. B. Jones, Mrs. James C. Sh.uford and Mr. Bailey al'trick mo tored, to Salisbury Saturday and spent the day with M'ss Louise busi-1 Jones. Miss Jones returned to llickorv with them and accompanied her father Mr. E. B. Jones to the Val- Mr. M. G. Kirkpatrick of Charlotte is a guest over thj week end ot mother, Mrs. U ,G. Kirkpatrick lev vesterdav where they were guests was a guest over thj week end ot nisi tor the day.ot hi s mother Airs. w. Mrs. II. L. Washburn has returned to lu-r home in Conover after a vi sit to. her sister, Mrs. 1). J. Suttlemyre. HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO. General Insurance and Bonds Service Our Motto 1030 14th Street - - Phone 292 Mrs. Sloel Greer of the Happy Val ley is s ending this week with Mrs. L. Abernelhy on Thirteenth avenue. Miss Edmonia Shuford of Lincoln, ton is attending commencement at Le oir College. While here she is a guest of Miss Amy Cansler. Jones. Miss IJillian Fie.ld is expected home today from Johnson City, Tenn., to spend sever.il days with her moth er, Mis. T. E. Field. Miss Field will be accompanied 'by ihrve teachers splendid program given. it ws a home mission service !ind tiie (itt'eriii!.- which amounted to $;0.C0 will be turned over to tnaG c.-use. E:uh number was well renT dercd with thj so:o ay i.tue Jean Webster June.-,, foft- year old di lighter of Mr. and Mis. J-ri-Jones, an outstanding feature. The little tot is a remarkable singer. The following program was gh' en: , Scrinture Lessen 07 psalm, recited pjby Mary Hilda Lawrence' arid Gladys Poovey. l aye: Mr. 1M dsh-W. Song Bright little Sunbeams, by band. Recitation May Wt'bb. Recitation Ku by Prideon. plav - By several Sun- C'hinef.e l . from the-Tennessee Normal who will .LC'n:f" T n v T., c,,u T ove i... i,,,- i,;i Th will Song L-O-V-L )tih, L.oc, i.li,,.. f, lt,hn. P.!,, livrimr ihe L,cl)'i.V CrCUCll week to teath m the summer school, a normal. uul bani. tl Recitation -By Oliver Reynolds and tin MISS LUND LEAVES Charles Herman. Pantomme The Sinner and Song Mary Polk Wi-otten. -Her ecrec- vne Ma-y .Mis. Fred Magh-r returned to As.'ieville this morning after spend- it.g the week with her parents, j ef t Saturday night for! . Vow Yorl; Mr. and Mrs. W. 1. S!e;lge. to snend several days. Ybijir Telephone Otdefs Mr. and Mrs. George Kitrkpatrkk of Mario'' and Mr. A. G. Kirkpatrick of Ciuirhnte Fpent Sunday with their mother, Mrs. L. G. Kirkpatrick. Mer;sis. J. 11. Riddle. John Bohanon and.J. -N. Clark -of Charlotte will g;o to ' Brideewater tonisht where to morrow they will spend the day fish ing. ; Miss IiuHe - Sbarboro will leave this afternoi.n for (iastonia to spend seveial days before returning to her home in Asheboro to spend the summer. Recitation- T hi nh Miss Birgit Lund, teac her of voice j q.( Mothe Goo?e Missionary Clul t Ler.)ir College, "the Irast year, lwi.. i? iv.rirl l'xt-reise Bv tour little tots Tvliv.rrnei h Poovev. Frank Leach, Jiiliti On Tuesday Miss Lund will sail j y'alkcr and Bertha Yount. for France and will spend several i g0i(: jy j(.an Webster Jones. wee iv s wiLii iiei uri'uiKi, j.ui, x.unu to us for anytliing listed under the head of stationer will, we assure you, get from us prompt arid intelligent attention. We carry all kinds of ledgers"an,d books of the most up-to-date rulings for! the most intri cate or the most simple systems of book keeping. , V I V v. I The j Vtiti Dyke Shop i 'i .t - . . Mrs. Walter Sheppard of Salis bury ivvas a guest over the week end v.i Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Pope on Eighth avenue. Mrs. Pope and Mrs. Shep pard are sisters. Miss Marian W. Carr, instructor of ait at Davenport College Lenoir, ihe past year, was a guest lor several days last week of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Weaver in Keiiworth. Miss Fr.aices Howard and Mr. William Howard, student at Mere dith "College and Wake Forest col lege the past year, have leturneu home for the summer vacation. Mr. Harry Whitener of Stanley spent fyesterdoy in tne city with rela tives. Mr. Whitener came especially to attend the baccalaureate sermon by Dr. R. B. Peery at Lenoir Col lege. ; and Mrs. J. T. Regan and children c;f Morganton spent several hours in Hickory yesterday enroute to Lincolnton where Mrs. Regan and children will spend several days with Rev. and Mrs. W. H. McNairy. Prof and Mrs. J. C. Seegers, Mr. Bynum Rhyne and Miss Mary Doll motored to Blowing Rock today to spend the day. They will also vis it the nvountain section above the lock, returning home this evening. Mrs. J F. Allen and Miss Mary Polk Woolten have gone to Danville, Va., to witness the- graduation of Mrs. Allen's daughter, Miss Kather ine Alien, vho this year completed a four year course at the college. DR. O. it. I rESTF.lt DENTIST Ocffle phone No. 2.T7 Masonic Temple Building Niffht phono No. 8 When you have any old or cast off Furniture to sell CALL 224-L Highest Cash Prices Paid. IS. W. ItUYNOLDS ii.i w.atAim Ai a. d. c. . ' CHIROPRACTOR v and Spinal Specialist Over Zerden's Store Chiropractic Eliminates the Cause of Disease HALE ELECTKC COMPANY Ninth Arena , We are equipped to do 11 kindo of electrical work, small or large. We alHo carry a complete stock of ElertritHl f.nodH and a line of fixture for atoro and residence lighting. Mrs Maud Booth and daughters, Misses Louise and Annette left this miming for Maryville, Tenn:, where they will spend the summer. Mrs. Booth was a member of the faculty of th Hickory graded schools daring the year'i ; , , f-. Miss Evangeline Etley, instructor o ait in the city schools the past yeiarwas the guest over Sunday of Mr. tandi! Mrs . C. Gamble, f s Shoi iiijl be tne guest for several weeks of Mrs. Tell is Miller before returning' to her home. Mrs. C. M. Cook, Jr., and two r.ons, Pat and Bill, and Miss Marjorie Grrdiner of Brevard, who have been guests of Mrs. P. A. Setzer, are spending a week in Statesville with relatives. Miss Gardiner will return to Hickory for a visit before going to her home in Brevard. in Paris. Mr. Lund is a noted ar tist and is now on' a commission to paint several "French cek-brites, am. ong them Premier Mulerand. . From ' Parrs Miss Lund' will , go 'to Norway.' to 'spend the summer hcli- day.s. She will return to Hickory in September and resume her teach ing at ihe college. i BIRTHDAY DINNER In honor of the twelfth birthday anniversary of their son, Master Wil liam Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. , W. R. Weaver entertained a 'number of friends at "cTinner yesterday at their home in Kenworth The d ining roum was beautifully decorated in Dorothy Perkins roses, 'carrying out a color note of pink. The large birthday calje with tweke pink candles graced the center of the tuple. Covers were laid for eleven and the guests included Mrs. M. J. Rowe oi Newton, grandmother of Mas ter William, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Aberncthy and two children, Dorothy and Franklin, Mrs. M. K. Sourbeer and Mj. and Mrs. Steele Greer of the Hap py Valley. The occasion was an altogether de lightful one and the . young lad re ceived many happy returns of the day. TO THOSE WHO FELL Offering. Hymn No. 49G. Prayer arid benediction. ' : ; . EILEEN PERCY COMINCV IN N EVV KB Li EN ''FARCE all Electric Shoe Shop F. M. THOMPSON, Proprietor Fint Clan Work GnaruCd ' Phone 10C. Work Delirered 1082 Htb Street, Hickory, N. C. Hickory Harness Co. Manufacturer! of all kinds cf HARNESS, BRIDLE. SADDLES AND STRAP WORK Repairing r Specialty HICKORY. N. C. ii DR. J. B. LITTbE A . DENTIST vritk Oflce Phone 199 " ' Orer D. P. Bowman's Stor DR. W. B. RAMSAY DENTIST OOee OTtr Hayea-Long Drag ( HICKORY, N. C. CYRUS C. BABB Mem. Am. Soc. Civil Engra. Waterpower, Waterworks and Sewerage Land sub-division Highways. Hickory. K. C. -Chm. Com. Blda 1 Address: Granite Falls, N. C. - Geo. E. Bisanar DOCTOR OF OPTICS Error of Refraction and all Opti cal defects correct' with properly U'ed glasses. Otflce arid eiamlnatlon rocm In con nection with Jewelry Store. Don't envy the woman with the soft clear complexion, use NY ALS Beauty Balm and your complexion will be likewise beautiful. Lutz DriigStore "On the Corner" :ALL 17 or SHThat's ENOUGH Prescriptions a Specialty Here we have come to lunor hovoes brave Who for the right their country fought to save; Those who went forth to distant land to die In lar-cf f Flanders' Field at vest they lie. Here we would come to render hom age due To those who fell those heroes brave and true, Here tell with pride, though ejes are dimmed with tears, We'll keep their mem'ry through ali coming years. The sacrifice supreme they grandh made - And, -though our debt to them can ne'er be paid, Yet we can give deep gratitude love k - " On Mcm'ry's page their names else above. ' Here wo have fomc to render honor due To those who fell those heroes ' ' brave, ard true; ' : , .. Here' tell with pride, though -ye.?. are dimmed with tears, !- ,'; , , We'll keep their mem'iy through all corhiog yeais. -.. , , i t i l; ' : ;: Lord', ftedp our?: Country's, pages free from stain . That those who died gave not their lives in vain; May we . who live give loyi.lt v and truth Like those who gave their . all their lives thehH youth. Here we! have come to render hom age due ,i To those who v fell those heroe? hrave and true Here tell with pride, though eyes are dimmed with tears, We'll keep their mem'ry through all coming years. The above poem by Mrs. C. C. Bost in "Songs in Many Keys" w,as writ ten for Mrs. J. II. Shuford, vm beau tifully sung by her .at a , Memorial Service by the American Legion, Post 48, in Corinth Church, Hickory. N. C. March 21, 1920, whei tht French diplomas were presented to the near relatives of "those; who fell." , ' , Mrs. Shufcrl sang this poem again yesterday ' morning at the eon elusion cf the ; Memorial services held for the American Legion when the pastor. Rev. W- W. Rowe, preached a special Memorial sermon. MR.i. RUDISILL WINS MEDAL Mr. Dorus P. Rudisill won the med al Saturday night in the contest in oratory. The subject 6f his speech Aas "Ime Service and his- speech was a plea for men willing to forget self ' to consecrate themselves . in an effort to better mankind. Others on Jh& program were Mis? Lois Coon, Miss Claija Sullivan, Mis? Zelda Carpentier and Mr. Karl G. Garrison. T ine judges were Messrs. W. A Self, Dr. E. F. HealoV and Dr E. M. With her gcrgeotis' blomle beauty is .radiant .as ever, Eileen Percy, in hot' latent W.'iliam ,rv.:: . production, "Why Trust Your Huibanu V" is. an ( riounced as the feature ataucticn the Grand Theatre , today. , In "Wliy Trust . y;Aur. llu'i.ind?" Miss Percy enacts the. role . of a ycung wile -who is leit r..!t ne by . her husband r.n the fiist anniversary cf their wedding, to keep a business, a p. pointment. Both are drawn to a maf querade bail under vastly different circumstances'; and at the ball many complications arise that furnish the opoitunity for some uproariously funny situations. It is said that in this role Miss Percy rises to what may be described ar, the heights of the comedienne's art. "A Fresh Start," the Mermaid Comedy, which is an impoitant pari of the hill at Grand theatre today as added attraction is described a the fattest moving motion picture in month?. The action staits when two ftecd convicts rob the warden, the unusual chafes that ensue, their experience in a cabaret, the peiils of the warden's beautiful wife, and the escape frrm savage liens. Mare than 18,000 feet of moth n pictures are said to have been taken U, crea te these two reels -" of comprocd mirth. MEETING TOMORROW NIGHT There will be a me sting of the Ki kanis Club 'tomorrow evening at G:30 o'clock in the club rooms over the Consolidated Trust Company. d II m 2 t fcotari'-1 I -M UntaBe k AT THE GRAND TOMORROW FLORENCE QIL COOK STOVES iUut flam, Automatic : liiiMlL Max A Summer Home Comfort The Beautiful New Model & MJWM&M9LJK3 Blue Flan Oil Cook Stoves With Sanitary Base No Wicks 'No Valves. The Strongest, Moat Powerful OH Stove Made. Let us show you the line. MONDAY EVENING, MAY 30, i92l Goat S uits an Below Cost d Coats 1-3 Off on AH Coats and Suits We have about seventy-five new attractive gar ments, mostly tail ored Tricotines, suitable for all year wear, that we marked a very small profit above cost. One-third off will lose us money on every ; .one., But we must ' have the room. All ?15.00 Garments "Ali' $18.00 Garments All $20.00 Garments All $25.00 Garments All $30.00 Garments All $35.00 Garments Ali $39.00 Garments All $45.00 Garments All $50.00 Garments Must Be Seen to reduced to reduced to reduced to . . reduced to . . reduced to . . reduced to . reduced to . -reduced to. . reduced to-. $10.00 $12.00 q 1 ) Oi) $10.07 $20.00 $23.:1 $2(5.00 $30.00 Be Appreciated Thompson-West Company "The Ladies Store" Hickory, - - - - - N. Carolina Pore erode Demonstration Mrs. Shaw "will be with us May 30-31 and June 1st, inclusive, to tell you of ell Fernd Pure Foods t ; ' i of which we are exclusive agents in Hickpry and. vicinity By Special Appointment We will arrange to have Mrs. Shaw call upon you. She is equipped with a com plete line of Ferndell and will show them to you in your home. Phone 362 for Appointment , and RESERVE the HOUR that is most convenient to you early selections as sure you, of seeing Mrs. " Shaw while in Hickory. Yoder Grocery Company Sanitary Market 362 Telephone 142 fThe Little Afcra"""1 mmmmmm'tillMmmmmMmKKHRBKBIammm gK Hea Cuts JSsTs4 Apply lots of antiseptic feLO Soothes and heal J A ABERNETHY HARDWARE CO.i wiS. . . L.-.aa i... -d-i.