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rniDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 9, 192f
HICKORY DAILY RECORD
PAGE THREE
i
' W. J. B. IN SILK TOPPER
LENOIR SOCIETY
' i't .1 otd 'or each insertion.
;U1S in.U TWO CENTS A
TJhs size ihrcc cents a
! v.' on!. .
il n.tx cakJi with copy. Co iint the
word.- Ix-for fiulin& in your
'ccWa supply Groceries
cc Saturday with a
u I ( u 1 Aluminum
Roaster for $1.78
'listener and Maartin
k-l VrVifS V; Room and had luncheon on Monday.
KX& f "fti-n thev treat themselves to a
CflVM ,1 usito WtKis deliuhtful place.
Lenoir, Dec. 1. The members of
the health committee of the Better
ment Association consisting of Mrs.
C. L. Wilson, chairman, Airs. J. H.
Deal, Mrs. R. L. Gwyn, ,Mrs. L. H.
Wall and Mrs. A. G. Jonas, were en
tertained by Mrs Wilsi.'i at the
Pioneer Tea Room on Thursday af
ternoon. The members of the com
mittee were called together for the
purpose of woikinjr out plans f a
ille sale of the Ken Cross seals.
DelicitAis refreshments were serv
ed. Al out :v dozen of the Davenport
y College jjirls visited the Pioneer Tea
4
r-'T ' 11 Wkl-4 C4V- :md the Davenport C
FU. retSMl :-iub under the direction
The sacred concert given at the
v . ttiii i.! oi.iir r.rnti'ph .nnnnv ivt'ii-
&yyP'f2 t4 in..- bv the combined church ehoir.
College Gice
of Mr. F. W.
. PKAS M ANTI;i ':'0 hpy-!
.cr;;l tl'.o'.ian.l buslf-'s. Namei
.til' 'low '-'.st price delivered your'
; .t;,'!i. Farmer. Seed and Suonly!
t ... 1 yi-.e'ihurn, Va. 11 1U'2 eeii pd!
3
Did yni ever see
I'.rvan in a biuh silk
l !
x mi: m.w six kod:m
f.ilow 0:1 Twenty -foai'lli street.
1 "" -:"'ci ;i oiwl rar. Also twj
, ii' h-1 'oVKifrM'h av'-.-uie,
lli, f!-)';,', Is. V. 2 tit
liOUilll.,.. .,. 4,, ...oj. .-. tin
IM.1U, UIIU'IUI "I Iliuoit, "
cid'ed success. The house wan filled
t,v ovr.'vf li.witnv iirid ncrhans no ser-
William .!enni:i,-s sk.(l heia hon, has bt.en s; v.ell rc
nat .' 1 lie ithoi o-- ..-,. .,,1 .,, nmvwl Rvpi-,- number
. or eiiujdil lotn in one as lie was , ? .r.-.v.m wa thorou'-htv en
1 uiteriiis Continental hall in Washing- 1 jOVed. All the churches cf the 'town
, ton for a session of the armament con- called in their Sunday evening rer
i t'erenc". , vices for this sacred concert
Lust Wednesday evenif: the Gra
nt a rd Boiled. 'ham Litei-.v:y Society of thi Oak
The Mack-haired waitress v.-rv Hiuh school rave a ver inter-
1 much out of sorts, sailed liaif;:htil.v
; Hp to the fahlo at whh'h sat the
fjt- I V-'14MSHi:i) ;U()DMS
m, i', (;. ih mi i
1 ':-(.
2
'i'wi'i l'i M
(it mi
- v?lrt!,Tjr'nP- 'tsiso" Antispetie
' " vViic V ntvjptfsatCloanser. Uea i
.. l.ctiro" :ul to.f.iy. V2 f It) V
. n tr
grouchy breakfast customer. Sl:e
-la:iiined dow'n the cutlery, smitHuil
a luipkin from a pile and to.sscd 1 in
.front of him. " '
Then strikins a furious, pose :
"Watlia' want.?" snapped.
"Coui'lu ciigs," growled the cus
tcmer. "llo.v ya wiint 'em?"
"Just like you are." From Life.
- C :
V. AFSKR WILL F-K AT
m v I rem ;) until i w;'. 1 Ilicki ry
iithip tax boidi.,. '2 S 2t
HAS QUEER PREROGATIVE
-1 1: mi: t'oii
and
olief
SFITINC; YOli!
work, also repair
Call No.'".. C. 11.
'2 '. U 1"!
."X
lilAT MAN
Lt Nti Al () .
lj 7 ::t p i
estintr- mock trial- Several outsiders
vt i'e very much pleased with - the
way the Ix.'ys carried on lite trial.-
'the hisih school teachers . of .Oak
lliii inh st-hool met at the school Sat
l'.'day for leading circle work. Mis?.
Spear of the Home economic depart
ment had charge of the group -and
ci.'.-iducted. a very interesting mest-
itur.
Lnst Saturday evening Mr. John
Nelson entertained a few of his
friend's at a bird supper.
Those enjoying the supper were
Misses Lucille White, Ruth White,
Fstelle Dlackwell, Faith Courtney,
lluth Crisp, and Messrs. Joe ClarK.
Civde Suddreth. Richmond Bern-l.-.rdt,
and Tedil Lenoir.
Miss 1 ranees Shell most oelight
fully entertained the Young People's
I Methodist church, and a number 01
guests, r rutay, oirtmui-i -"-absence
of the president, the vieo
01 evident. Miss Mary Pulliam, )vc-
si( ri over tne meeuiiK- 1 "e uumih-
We
have decided to If
have another Alumin-j
inn raie 'with a $1,07 j
.vortli food free and a; i
Jr - ?Jv I the coming year: nTn..:;., t.uwi..
H ' -'V Tate; vice president, Miss Frances
" -'.;VAr Shell; Secretary, Miss Royster
S0tM XdMm ?V" l-'.'i;; Treasurer, Lec Foy TuttTs;
jjsZ-Z&fi fv''' fcp"'r'er. Miss Miriam .Tones.
&ijZ 1 -d'- r , An itdevesling paper was read by
k?m CltlMy t is Miriam Jrflios. Games were
(was attended t-
ihe following officers
l li- comintr vear : I rc
collect;.-, and
elect?! for
Edwin
U.2(i Roaster for $1. 78 j $ kiiUMK
"aturciay. . ' &iiv.j.
,.-;IDINf V, t OIS TO ;r. SOLD ' f l'yU, t '
f f 11U- ACCTION SA-I I ?IAV jmMr,
DF.f'hMI'.F.Ii I oil 1 AT O'CLOCK
i mi. si; uts i,oi'a;i:ki) on u a
WiM I) Mi .VIM AVKNTI'.i
li S! IN I I ON T Ol- MK. I Hrll'
W;l lfl,in, M KII.N AND
''Sll II. 4 IU Y '!
lioN'i' FAIL .TO ATTF.ND ..TIIF.
:i LOT S M K SAFKD V DFC
I U'.F.i: IHTII T O'CLOCK O.NF
I i'l'l'l l.(H". M A IITIN iV SMITH.
12 7 u
u'AnWM L (,KV rill'- ITJFi: LOT
M l Iff V DFCKMr.F.U MTI!
I il l I 0 K AT Tlll'l BIG
' xj.r:? maim'in & smith.
12 7 1'
.i Ti H , K'Tj " F " M A t : S l; 1 1 WIU. BK VT
''. Cty Mifr.rer's ofl'ico Salur-
llicko-r;,'
''fil Fotr-st'-r o(
tli.ni.--o guards has
pi tig his hat on in
Lieu?. Tie Hon.
' ho I l : i -li l!oy;il
1 1 i o prh of 1. "
Hio jn-o.-i-i'i of roviiiiy. The lioiiten
aiil, who is heir to Lord Forester,
inherits i lii.-- royal ratent from a fore
! "nr who li'.i il in the reign of Henry
VIII. That ur-na'-ch anlhorized I-'or-t
slot's ai:'e-.M.r to l,eep his hat on in
til" prt?-ei,ei of I lie sovereign on ac
count of .e;- ain !isea-.e.- and inhrnii
tios in !! ' bono."
v f
aii lop
til
boo
vorh of Alum
n t'tti ' R das t cr and tro
TTor $tr78; Come!"
- ry. WhUcncr and
Martin.
-SAI.ISMAN AND Di-
jnar-r willing M w"!-
M I D --
1 IMC T
I, hard and .-how be l worth' 1 oO.bO
pi r week. We want to e.-:tablisii
;.,,e t priced guaranteed conMire
In thi.; locality. Crescent Cord' Tire
( o m . ' vmoul i. Indiana.
An el
-d to
mow i
W el-! be
halted
- i e : l
pa'e. :
!bv- Tl
r:.'ictricnl Ice Plelter.
et rieal de-s ieo Pas been Invent-
ep a window elear during a
-!eet storm, or in very cidd
. It ceie-i.t-; of f.'.o eleellie; 1 1
anas that I't against tl.e in
: I he otii-'do of tbo window
ii that can be moved up or
in.
!;
aone
r in
!,e -e
I To.
: iii-
wipers follow t ho arms
rho drop-; , Hint - escape
t of the arms will melt
and srr'ow-; Current iv
h any ordinary socla f.
MICHAEL STRANGE' BACK
Y2 '.) It !!
n wifd sai.kS.man with
ear lapabh of (ii':lif,viii- as our
l trie .Man.iger iti thi territory.
Ma- ter I'rf.duction Corp(,'rat ion.
Indiana. 12 ! H pi
Mtli I'.'-nd
N'I I'D YOFNfi LADY )KSIU
: l',, ..i , in nc vnte ' lamny.
...... 1 f '. i l'f
in s -ii care in' '.i;
lerord.
Daily
12 'J iit
CKT (iF AN i ri Y AND M:AF-
i. in VVaLkins goods, Spues .Hav
ers and iCarda) 'Ioiht
I'!, are lb'-J..
SI'S
A
v U
T. : II A UN HAS A FAT- IIO(i
- ...it n,.vt Monday. Phone him
I INF Nl W MACIIIM'i
AT CllfcUO-COLA IT-AM
"Mhe t'hero'Cola llf tling CompanV
. ii i , ,. im ! -i o I o i iia 1 1 ."
i . i n-.-.l a ei it ."'"
i owning !
I I .11 I lea
I III
I . . 1-1.
. .,i:. v, , m vi' men
Hid lining ""' ',; -
V (IOU0 l.'H I II'- I'"-. J m -
k 9l
The hostess, assisted' by Mis . Mar
joric Shell and Mary Pulliam, serv
ed delicious refreshments.
Saturday afternon, in honor of her
ninth birthday, a most delightful
party was ,a'iy.en Louise Parker by
her mother, Mrs. T. . Parker. Var
ious ehidlrfen's games were played
during the afternooi. About twenty
five little folks wove present, and
each brc'ught a litde gift which was
greatly appraciatod. Refreshments
were served.
The Priscilla C:ub held a business!
meeting Tuesday afternon at the
Pioneer Tea Room with Mrs. Eli.a-1
beth R. Harper as hostess. The j
room, attractive nt all ti?nes, was j
more so on this oc:as:o:i. .Some of i
the ladies had never visit.jd the Teal
Room befcre, and wer-: very pkasant
Delicious refreshments were scrv-i
ed.
The Col. Ninian Biill Chapter of
the n. A. R. held ei business meeting
at the Pioneer Tea 'Koo'nlhuirr.a y
afternoon with Mr.?. Eirsabcih R.
Harper as hostess. .
Much bus'nes. was transacted and
the annual elo itien of officers wr.s
held resulting as follows: Mr.--.. Rufus
L. Gwvn. regent: Mrs. C E. Compell
ing, vice-regent; Miss Tron-j Coffey,
recording secretary; Mrs.' Elizabeth
R. Harper corresponding secetary
and teasuer; 'Ms.- II. &isk, historian;
Miss Margaret Harper, registrar
While this is x smail chapter, ?i.d
many of the member?, reside else
where, it has done good wcrk since -its
organization, and' is1 proud of the
fact that one of its ' members is a
state officer, Mrs. R. L. Gwyn, hav
ing been' elected Recording Secre
tary at the recent state convention
held - at Gastonia. It was decided
that the chapter give a New Years
Coldnial Silver Tea on'-'January 2,
Mf.'nday afternoon and evening at
the home of Mrs. F. H. Coffey. This
will be a special event of the holi
day season.
After enjoying a social half-hour
dainty rj'id delicious refreshments
were server by the hostess.
Mrs. W. H. Craddock was the de
lightful hostess to the -Wise and
Otherwise Club members and a num
ber of hgucsts last Friday afternoon
at. her attractive hc'me on Prospect
street. It was a Thanksgiving meet
ing, and the arrangement of the
home and program carried out this
idea. The subject for the afternoon
was the "Story of the progress of
American Transportation." This was
one of the most interestinbg and in
structive meetings this club has
ever had, and. sustains the reputa
tion which the hostess has already
held for a number of years that of
bcinbg a delightfully clever hostess,
and giving beautiful receptions.
The favors were cards bearing the
club monogram, the American Creed,
and Allegiance to the Flag. All stood
while the Creed and Allegiance to the
Flag were read.
Elaborate Thanksgiving refresh
ments in four courses were served Friday evening..
by the hostess. Beth guests and clubl
members were profuse in their thanks
for the entertainment accorded them.
Mrs. A. K. Joy and her mother,
Mrs. Ingold, had a delightful waffle
supper at the Pioneer Tea! room on
It is a pretty safe guess that Sec
retary Mellon could stand for any
office within the gift of the wets
without any danger oi being cut.
Detroit Free Press.
iilaved and several songs weie sung.
Look fbr the
Your battery that seems all
right today may need attention
tomorrow.
You may know it needs re
charging, or ought to have water
put in.
You may have made up ycur
mind that your next battery will
bC a WillardThreaded Rubber
Battery.
.H-v In any case you'll want to
keep on tab in your mind t he '
exact location of our service
station.
The easiest way to spot us is
by the red Willard sign over our
6: nr. It marks the place where
you din buy brand new Willard
Threaded Rubber Batteries
the only batteries with Willard
Threaded Rubber Insulation.
Hickory Battery Co.
1226 Ninth Avenut
Phone 393
Goods.
VA U It txl
i ant I' does awaV with tho fot Mrs. John I'.arrymore, wife of the
,;,, ,", Villi" "t"l i'""1 S',UT ,'rf!unou, i. Hnr, formerly wife of L,n-
, wns and expedites the bus,- , u TIl()li;i(S,,e.er known by he
of turning out Clien v"-
FIRE WORKS
Good selection all k'mls
W. P. PITTS
ar lirookfovd, SujkI flay road.
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....... - r i if i iii rMi;iii-'t"
1 OI! Jll Will W " ' ' . " '
loed and playwright photographed as
he arrived al Now York after u long
j j isit in Europe.
! Japanese Engagement Token.
A Jtipani'MJ wooer presents hla
Lwedhe!irt wllh u b(.uiitH'ul sush by
way of at engagement token.
Thia tradimnr'c, stamped ?n rc;l
on the case, iciciitiOes tlis W:.:l&rtl
- Thieided Kubbcr Battrrj'. '
FREE
4 Suits or Overcoats cleaned and Pressed absolutely
free of charge with every suit or overcoat order re
ceived by us from Thursday, December 8th until De
cember 31st. h .1. if ;
:t .- il : . , - . ... ......
Assortments are large and prices are loV:;'5 "Samples
submilled;'to your home upon request. . . ; . ..y,
Remember the dates and come to see us. y $ ' , p
iiiiams
&
P
Phone 414
earson
Ninth Avenue
; . .-j- i
s v;
We will sell 28 fine residence Voth to
the highest bidder . on " eas! 'rtenil. ?
This propf tt is located in, ' good
re sid ence secti o n and is in two blocks
of the High School facing 4th and
5th Avenues, in front of Fred Aber
nethy and joining the property of Joe
L. Abernethy. This is a chance of a
lifetime to buy a good residence lot
for an investment.
One Lot Given Away Absolutely
Free!
If you are interested do not fail to be
on hand Saturday, December 10th,
at 2 p. m.
M. S. SMITH, Auctioneer
Of
28 Fine Residence Lots 28
Saturday, December 10th, at 2 P. M.
2 , z.&&mmmr,
" ' " T f 1
I 1' HacIot Awnpr
sg? Martin & Smith
General Insurance & Real Estate
I'hnne !2i)1t.

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