WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 28, 1921
HICKORY DAILY RECORD
Best wishes of the
Wo wish to take this opportunity to ex
tend to our friends and patrons our very
best wishes and sincerely thank them for
their liberal patronage during the year
-just closing. We hope we may serve you
1-1 A V.O
(Hllll llllliUfS HiW .VVtll lluii CU1U IMCIL UU1
service may add much to your comtoi
Geo. E. Bisanar
Jeweler and Optometrist.
Local and Personal
! Mr. -vnd Mrs. J. C. Frye have as WITH M 1?. LONG . I
I their guest . their son. Mr. Herbert The Woman's Missionary Society i
;W. Frye of Philadelphia. Mrs. Frye. Gf the First Methodist church met
who i visiting in Asnevilie, will yesterday afternoon with Mrs. v .
join Mr. Frye here in several days, jr Ty-icr with sixteen members pres-j
t, t i r -j i " , ent. This was the last meeting of j
Rev. John W. Koons ot Maiden Mrs. J. L. Thompson and. . son the year an( rer)0Vts of the officers!
was a visitor in the city yesterday.' jack returned to Lincolnton yester-! sh0wed that the past year has been
' ,f : ,. , I day after having spent several daysUh(l hest the soc-iety has had. ;
Mr. Robert Bell is spending the. here with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Aber-! ftcl. tho ,enuits were heard the!
holidays with relatives at Dillsboro.;nethy. I election of officers for the ensuing j
Prayer services at the Reformed- Miss Clara Littman, who stopped
cimircn mis evening at o ciock. ,0ff tor several days witn Miss Ma
i mjju hi i i i .r . iuuui i: u i purr r i inn v:r:i f. i
Morresville are cuests of her mother. v w ftnirUhnm
Mrs. L. V. Sellers. i "
There will be as
l-,fjl TTirvl-it ohvnntu tr. vri pnst.pvn
and Mrs. Carl D. Moore of part of the state, from Canton, left
and Mrs. R
a were true
of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Frazier
n f . fit -r.l 1 II. 1 ,
...... .... ... j.vo nieeiiiiji oi uie rrrn utility: nas vi
iv aiawDa were guests Christmas day the Reformed church this evening
immediately after prayer services.
Tha meeting is verv important and
Misses Pearl and Flow Frazier all are urged to he present,
are spending several davs this
nutate at tho home of Mrs. K. Li.
vli'x'OYs wpw Rev. and Mrs. J. A.i
Davio and Miss Martha Davis of
HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO
General Insurance and Bonds
3 H SeiieeOur Motto K
1030 14th Street - - Phone 292
week at Catawba and Statesville.
--.. v w i v v i. it i i m vuw I vi iiaiutv. ' r. - ...
Falls vesterdav to spend several Charlotte, Rev. and Mrs. Paul Miller
days with Miss Lillian Rockett. j of Monroe, also Rev. Ivey -Hickman
I and son Master David of Hudson.
Miss Ruth Whitener of Gastonia is' . , TT- e;mvnQ
i i. 1 ,, , ,. , n 1 vif-nds of Mrs. Hiram fcimmons
the guest during the holidays ot Mr. 1 , Bnvv.T tri iOQVn
ml Mrs. T T. M,rarW , will be exceedingly sorry to leain
year was in order and the following
were elected to serve: -President.
Mrs. J. W. Shuford; vice-president
Mrs. B. M. Spratt, Jr.: correspond
ing secretary, Mrs. T. P Bonner;
superintendent of social service,
Mrs. Fred Horton; superintendent of
supplies, Mrs. R. J. Foster; superin
tendent of local work, Mrs. W. L.
The business session was followed)
by a social hour during which time
Miss Eunice Lonsr and Mrs. Horace
Long served a salad course with
CHARLES RAY PASTIME TODAY
Somebody said something once
about the month of March "coming
in like a lamb and going out like a
lion." Charles Ray is like that in
"Alarm Clock Andy" which will be
is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. R. lsneet
Walker, en Thirteenth avenue.
X . WTW "jVSE. I the attraction at the Pastime the
and Mrs. O. Simmons on rweiun
Mi' Breni Bonner of
1 spent Christmas with
;Mrs. T. P. Bonner.
.! I - ' .
-"!, ..ltf -,.,010 .o-noats nvp.r. Chl'lSt-
Aitemarie maP cf yirs. Williams' mother, ivirs.
his mother,: y Gwaltney. Mr. Williams has
I gone on a business trip to -JVinston-
ici.i u.. if.c, Williams wilt remain
I U Iflll I Ml L. 1 VI I O . ,
Miss Bessie Killian of Lencir.1 i,aA frv loncer visit. V'
spent. Monday with7 Mrs.i'E. L. Flow- . ' "
ers. Mrs. John Stephens, Miss Alice
Cilley,, Miss Mary Stuart -Menzies,
Miss Sarah. Wood is spending the ir; Alex Shuford. and Mr, Miles
holidays in Mooresboro with her sherrill went to Charlotte yester
gvandmother, Mrs. H. C. Burrus. ! defcr1 to .attend a dance given Jast
niffht by Miss Jane Gilmer. They
vis.- t..u t...i::ii .1-.t a xi;lrv.r tnmnrvnw ac-
iwULii ikuiiisiu iiiiivi-u luuaj will reiUJ 11 xiiivLji V" .,
ft-rm Lincolnton to be the guest of companied by Miss Gilmer who will
ailPTHl LIU USii.-
i-rp trd:iv onlv
At the beginning he's a mild-man-nirorl
antn triifk salesman, who. if
and Mrs. B. D. Williams of ! you stepped on. his toes, woulaVapolo ,
gize lor having toes at an. ne tuum
not help it. He was naturally sny.j
stuttered something itwiui
Mrs. Joe Reinhardt.
The Contest Pennies
Will bo counted tomorrow (Wednesday)
in my store at p. m. by Mr. L. F. Aber
nethi, cashier Consolidated Trust Com
pany and Mr. E. N. Carr, cashier First Se
curity Trust Co. . The winners' names
will appear in the Record Thursday.
ivn hv Mi-s. A. A. Shufortt id
Messrs. A. Alex, Jr., and Bill Shu-
tVIvc W T? Nnvris and two phild'ren
ofj Fiek'.'ale, Va., are visiting her par ford
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Frazier. w ,.TTT-,,
UA.NCK LASi .
..... "f 1 r v.o mnst. deliffhtful social
Little miss ri'ances rerouson ui 1 uik ui - r.A foct:v-
Greenville, S. C, is the guest of affairs marKing
Judge and Mrs. E. ii. Cline on Thir- ities was . u n hP home of
teenth avenue. by tne ruc --.r; on Thir.
j Judge ana jurs. r
and Bob . teenth avenue. ,
Music was tuvnisneu o
So. desnito his efforts to emulate tht
- i .....
firm's star salesman, .Wiiaanr Jj-.RnK-.
er, Charlie was rapidly, falling by
the wayside, when a pretty girl ific
kind providence str&agntened out
backbone. Then the fur began tip
fly. - tk
: "Alarm Clock Andy" is dec?ared
! .- ho in the bovish star's best man
ner. It was writ1n by Agnes C
Johnston and dh-ccted by Jerome i
Storm. It is a Paramount Artcraf.tj
A&we approach a NEW YEAR, we are
grateful to our many customers and
friends for their many favors during the
We have had a good year in the face of
many adverse circumstances. We are
most anxious to show our appreciation to
you, who have made this possible.
IT IS NOT-ALWAYS EASY TO
Keep on Trying
Profit by Mistakes
Be Considerate with Others
Shoulder Deserved Blame
Sacrifice for Others-
-5 t :
Mvs Weston -Tavlov
of Great Falls are euests
for the holidays of Mrs. N. E Tay-
fvo T. V Tljttfh of Burlineton.
and Miss Bertie Hatch of Washing
ton, D. I)., are guests ct Mr. ana
Mrs. Hany E. Whitener.
Pi-aver meetinc at the First
TiolivtiT-ian church at 7:3C p. m.
The public is cordially invited to at
tend this last service ot tne oia' year.
.-.Mr, and Mrs. James Covington of
I Pvt-lrxrhmn are thp auests fcT sev-
oral days of Mrs. Worth Elliot and
Mrs. J. O. liuu.
rm ..I- lyri-v? - . ... - lj
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Oliver and
little daughter, Dorthy of Marietta
are the guests 01 ner parem, uxi.
and Mrs. J. W. Bowles.
rovers all work. When we rebuild your watch complete we
jruarantee it the same as a new tch, . ,just.
We cuarantee Satisraction aim wm vv...-
mr't?n connection with our work without charge.
Service GEO. E. BISANAR Satisfaction
Miss Vera Shuford returned home
today from Gastonia where she
spent Christmas with her cousin
Miss Nancy Jane Moore.
orv orcnestra -nu auU.
danced. Punch and wafers were ser
ved throughout the evening.
MISS BURNS HOSTESS
1; ;rv. Vipv cuest. iViiss
, it ramntown. Pa., Miss
Sudie Burns entertained at v i hearts
dice Monday evening, six tables , be
inc arranged for the game. Aftei
ing arra interesting
several hji ,
rastime the hostess served delicious
f 1 4-
These- present were Miss Hornet
.A -cm:wv. Tlavklev and guest
Misses - (, fhw,
Hanna of Gastonia, Cathei-
Une Wannemache Louise ue
JoseV Dysart, Pauline
Sums, Olga Henkel Virgmm
Burns, Mr. and .Mrs Larl T M
wards Mr. and' Mrs. Laurie Deal,
MessJi. Harold Deal, Bryan WiKoije
Roscoe Sublett, Arthur Moser Rob
ert Shutord, Mr"1 , r 7 ,
Hewitt, Arthur Kraaicru a..u
DEAD OR ALIVE''
A BIG -WESTISPI PICTURE
Admission ,10 and 20c,
J Hlckory-Lwolr JItT School
Lmt Ltnoir 1:80 P. M. "
lJ Lf Hickory 6. CO F. ';
j Arrive for No. Jl and
'; Geo. E. Bisanar
DOCTOR OF OPTICB
Error of IUfrctfo U Opti
cal ritfecti eormted with prowwty
Ofttce and txamlflmtlon room M to-
lectio mxn jwut --v'
A. J. ESSEX
Office in Jewelry, Store where your !
eyes receive expert service without v
- the use ot drugs. ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Sherrill of
n,.-.nfnn were crueses over
I Christmas of Mr. and Mrs. C. A
Mi wilUo TTnntev has cone to
Dm-ham to visit her mother after
Christmas here witn
he sister, Mrs. O. Joe Howard'.
ir:,. oahrwh of Durham
. V Violirlavs with his
' P"'B V" T C Qua
parents, Mr. ana xvii. o. o.
t n x.
Vive .1. V. Abernethy anu Masiei
LDicky Abernethy spent today m
Conovev with Mr. ana airs. r.uK.
Dr. J. F. Campbell
HICKORY, N.' C.
Office Over Essex Jewelry Store
nff:.... onninv tioll vetnrned to
. ni ss nLiiuiL
Lake .Junaluska today after having
spent : Christmas with ner iniu
Mrs. R. J- roster.
There will be a call meeting of the
O. Henry Book Club tomorrow ai-
lomnon at 3 o'clock at me no.ue
Mrs. George S. Watson.
DR. W. . RAMSAY
HICKOET, N. C.
CYRUS C. BABB
Mem. Art. Soc. Civil Eo?r.
Waterpowr, Waterwork aad
Sewerage Land ub-diiioB
Hickory, N. C.-Chro. Com. BW
Addreas: Graaita Falls. N. C
Little Jc'an Whitener, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Whitener,
who has been ill lor several ujr
with nneumonia, is beginning to
DR. J. B. LITTLE
0Qe Moat III
OttD. V. Sowmaa'a Stor
Hickory Harness Co.
Manufactnrera of all kinda if
HARNESS, BRIDLE. SADDLES
AND STRAP WORK
HICKORY, N. C.
When yon have any old or
cut off Furniture to sell
Hliheat Cash Prices ..Paid.
i D. 7g REYNOLDS
Electric Shoe Shop
F. M. THOMPSON, Proprietor
Firat Claaa Work Guaxntd
Phoaa 106. Work Dallrared
10X1 14tb fltraat, Hickory, N. C.
DR. O. H. HESTER
Ocfila phona No. 237
Masonic . Temple Building
. Nlgbt phona No. 8
Hickory Lodge No. 343
A. F. A A. 2f .
Regular communicatioa Firat
and Third Monday ajfjg.
Brethren eordmllj inritad
l"j!aSUTTLEMYRE, W. M.
W. L. BOATRIGHT, Sec.
It's a sign they're in" pretty
bad condition. It may not
be too late to bring them
back to health and
strength by the daily use of
OUR TOOTH. PASTE
Mighty fine uleanser and
preserver. You'll admire it?
LUTZ DRUG STORE
ON THE CORNER"
PHONES: 17 and 317
CELEBRATE SILVER ANNIVEU
J? 4-1 sv 1V ACT flelie-htful affairs
of, the season was the "At Home
-iven by Mr. and Mrs. w. ";
Si their lovely home, December 24
from eight until ten in ceiewiv
theh- sflver wedding anniversary
QuitVa number o friends called dur
ine the evening ami
gratulations to the bride and groom
of twenty five years.
t The guests were s'1 "v
I door by Miss Emma SuUlernyre and
Ut. v.r,A .lnnps nvesentcd them to
:. ' i;n which was com-
loosed of Mi and Mrs. Burns.. the
latter gownea iu a ---i-.
teor frock with silver trimmings,
Miss Sudie Burns, the eldest jtaugh-
I tVin olrtPSt SOn. 0 w
Kurns. Mrs. J. C. Mr.ser, Mr. Ar
thur Moser and. Mrs. Frank Jones of
Charlotte, members 01 xne
narty, their pastor, Rev. U K. w.
KegleV, and Mrs. Kegley. They re
ceived in the living room which was
lovely with green and silver and
mellowed lights from candles and a
large open fire. Green and silvei
Z .u; .heme of the entire
! house and was carried out must beau
tifully. Music was wrnibn
cut the evening by Miss Margaret
Wannemacher at the piano and Miss
t....v,o tViP Victrola. '
Mi Catherine Wannemacher
, j tv W-k livinc room
where Miss Olga Henkel, sister of
the hostess, most graciously
ice cream and cake assisieu uy
P. Burns. The centerpiece w
Miss Katnenne wk uo.v.
the dining room where MissEdna
Hornet and Miss Josepnine
served coffe and sandwiches assist
ed bv Miss Virginia Burns and Miss
Louise Cline. Tne greeu anu
color scheme was most attractive
used in this room ,the only variation
bing the centerpiece a large bou
quet of red carnations. Miss Eliza
beth Barkley ushered into the gilt
Mrs. R. F. Hendley re-
The r;ft.s were artistw ally
displayed around a lovely cluster of
j o;r.r.e and were very hand-
some. A unique addition to the dec-
;o mom was the large
c.;i,rov ,-ncrrint.ion on green 18'JO
Burns-Henkel 1921." A silver trim
Christmas tree reminded every
vnlrtide. so with a JVIerry
yjii .1 ' - ..
Christmas every one baae aaieu
mof Vitr rlid M. Briand man
when h'e said, on the announcement
of the naval program, "We. are be
" TVir,t France was behind
1111111 J VW ,
c civn nf hpr navv. and iriuatl
catch up? Omaha World Ileraia.
BUT IT ALWAYS PAYS. - '
CONFESSION- ;. V":
We apologize for everything that has
not been right. We are going to Begin
Over in giving better sendee. We admit
our many errors. We want and will take
your advice. We desire to be charitable
and to keep on trying to do better. We
hope to profit by our many mistakes. Our
'aim is to be considerate with others
Won't you try to be considerate with us?
We are willing to shoulder all blame
and we believe that the words Sacrifice
.and Service are cousins.
WE DO WISH YOU A HAPPY NEW
"The JLadies Store"
of a Battery
Would You Sell?
Would it be a cheap battery
that the rhaciufacturerstwouldn't
stand back of ?
Or a high-priced battery that
made no attempt at cccrnomy?
Or a sound, well bui (t battery
that sells at a fair prict t and that
gives the most mile s of un
interrupted service per dol
lar, as does the Willai jd Thread
ed Rubber Battery? ;
Experience has proved our
wisdom in choosing the Wniard
Battery with Threa Jed Rubber
Come in and e'll tell you
how it will save noney for you
Hickory Bat&ery Co.
1226 IVinth Avenue.
As the New Year rounds the
corner reafly to push the Old aside, -and
as thoughts of a better year are
uppermost i u the minds of all, the
Shuford Haidware Company wish
to express tWeir appreciation of the
season's blessmgs and to wish for
all their . friends 1 and . customers
prosperous New Year.
This trademark, stamped in red
on the case, identiries the VillarJ
' Threaded Rubber Battery.
UMI.HI w, 111 , I I
' May the coming year be better
than any you have inown, and may
we be able to rende r even better
service than in the-pafet. is-Jne sincere
desire of the
Shuford Hardware Co.
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