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SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 15, 1922
Ihe Bisanar Store Service and Satisfaction You always get the best quality, latest styles and lowest prices. Expert repairing promptly executed. Geo. E. Bisanar Jeweler and Optometrist. Watch inspector So. and C. & N. W. Rys. HICKORY" INSURANCE ft REALTY CO General Insurance and Bonds Service Our Motto 1030 14th St. - - - - Phone 65 THE CHURH'S EASTER MESSAGE ... . . .. There is a t'Joral meaning to Easter. TXnAa musical meaning. And an artistic meaning-. ' ' "eall these are mere echoes and types of the spiritual mean Jiyf'ot '-Abe great day whjcjjjyyyyje, .kept tomorrow. ' ( Master is the anniversary of the Kesurfection of Jesus Christ from the dead. ' j Church attendance is greater on Easter than on any other lay of the year. Soma persons will gc to church tomorrow who nave not done so for months. The music and the flowers are partly responsible for this; yet wv are persuaded that the deep spiritual significance of the day is really the underlying reason. A hunger for the Resurrect ion note in their lives draws men and women within sound! of; the Easter message. t I am the Itosurfection and the i.5e; he. that believeeth in Me, though he were deau, yet shall te live: and whosoever liveth and bflUireth in. Me shall liever die. John, XI; 25,26. . ''fhe churches Easter message is Life Trttor, fairer, fuller Life. She hears the won: or her Lord, 4,1 am come that tl?y might have life, and might have it moie abundantly." Many of us are impoverished of life. Our souls are starv ed. AVe lack spirit-vitality. Instead of joyous, buoyant over flowing lives, we are merely dragging out an existence. To us all, the Church bring at Easter a message of A NEW LIFE, : ' A RISEN LIFE, , A DIVINE LIFE. Easter is the day of the Eternal Hope. It brings to memory iur beloved dead; or most of all, the Redeemer who hrolvp death's power and assures us of a Resurrection. In many churches tomorrow one may hear, in Scripture, in sermon and in song, the Message of Life of the risen life that is lived by Christ's power. v To the hearing of this messaige we summon the deader, promising him a welcome and an uplift. THE MEANING OF EASTER IS FOUND ONLY IN THE EASTER MESSAGE. Now is Christ risen from the dead and become the first fruits of them that slept. For since by man came death, by man cande also the resurrection of the dead. JFot as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be mat .ajive.-Corinthian. XV.-20-22. GO TO CUHRCH TOMORROW ! IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA. In the matter of R. F. Hendley, Uankrupt In Bankruptcy. Pursuant jtp an order of, Hon. Lsaac T. Avery, Referee in Bank Juptcy, directed to the undersigned trustee in the above entitled cause, the undersigned will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder for cash, on Friday, the 12th day of May, at 2 o'clock, P. M., at the door of the First National Bank of Hickory, Worth Carolina, the fol lowing described real estate: Being lot No. 5 of the plat of lots made for M. V. Barger by J. W. Mauser, surveyor on December 24, I'JW, located on the east side of, Kikhteenth street in the city of Hickory, and bounded as follows: Be diming on a stone on the South west corner of lot No. 4 and run ning South 11 degrees west 100 IVt to a stake; thence North 80 1-2 Kust 200 feet to a stake; thence North 11 !i-4 east 100 feet to a ti.ke; thence South 80 1-2 west 200 'ft to the beginning. This being the residence property "i the said R. F. Hendley. Also another lot: Beginning at .stake in the margin of; what was formerly called Shell 'street now 'idled Eighth street, in the city of Hickory, which stake is also the corner of Lot No. 5, and running tlrt-dce South 3 1-2 degrees west 50 ' t to a stake in the margin of said iift-t, the corner of Lot. No. 7; thrice south 86 1-2 degrees east 236 fH. to a stake, another corner of lot 7 in the rear line vl the tier of '"H; thence north 2G 1-2 west 58 feet t( a stake, comer of lot No. 5; 1 hence with the line of said lot north v'l 1-2 west 207.5 feet to the point 't beginning. Being lot No. 0 of Block A of a plat ' J town lots in the southern portion 'f the city of Hickory, which plat is known as the T. S. Green plat of lots. This 1M contains about one-third of an acre, more cr less. Sale will be made subject to the confirmation of the above named referee. This tht 7th day of April, 1922. H. E. WHITENER, 4 i 4t Fri Trustee NOTICE OF TOWN ELECTION Notice is hereby given that an election for the selection of a mayor and board of aldermen and town marshal for the town of Long View will be held on the Fti'st Monday in May, 1922, at the School house. The board has ordered a few registra tion of all electors, tiho old books having been destroyed? bv fire. The books will foe o'pen for thirty day preceding the election. O. A- Yoder, iegi?trai, J. D. Mo'gain and J. M. Herman, Judges. The boots will be at B. C. Shufords store every Sat urday. This March 28,j 1922. , O A. YODER, Secretary to the' Board- 3-27-3t Wed. nd Friday. HICKORY DAILY RECORD PAGfc THREE Local and Personal SPEND EASTER AT HOME Quite a number of the teachers.; iaiu spending Lastei at home, M'isS Kuby Giles going to Marion. Miss The U. D. C. meeting has been postponed until the fourth Monday in April. Messrs. J. V. Moose and Herbert G. Miller returned by motor yesterday ironi Lake Junaftiska. to Morganton, Miss Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mullen went to Asheville yesterday to spend the week end with friends. Dr. Ralph Little returned to Ashe ville Thursday afternoon after at tending the Little-Harris nuptials. Misses Pearl Frazier, Marie Allen aind Irene Flowers are spending th week end ft- Asheville. Mary Kincaid Annie Preston Heilig to Norwood Mioses Helen Derrick, Ivah Nesbit and Grace Blackwell going to Lan caster and Miss Helen Brandon going to Clover. J. Arthur Webb has been awarded th contract for painting and decor ating the new Presbyterian Sunday school building at Rock -Hill, S. C. Mr. rod Mrs. J. A. Capns of Oak ridge arrived yesterday afternoon to be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Miller. Miss SJrah Link from Charlotte, i the attractive guest of Miss Mar.. Shell ill. for the Easte'- holidays She will be accompanied home Tues day ny Miss Mary snerrin. Misses" Katherine Menzies. Elku-i Stuart Menzies and Elizabeth Coun cil are home from Fassifern school. Hendersonville, to spend Easter. LEAGUE HAS MEETING The Epworth League of the West View Methodist Church 'held its monthly council meeting with Miss Edna Havener Thursday night, April 13. Nine officers were present. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mr. Raleisrh Hawn. The Lord's Prayer was recited in "oiv-ert t after which the tranction oi business followed. At the close of -he meeting the hostess assisted by Miss Violet Icard served deliciou" refreshments. ..TO GIVE TREAT AT pTEEN The boys of ward 1-3 at Oteen will be given an entertainment this after mon at 4 o'clock by the Philathea class of the Reformed church, rep esentativeis going up this morning to put the party on. Special Easter cream, angel food .-ake, stuffed dates and candy will jt served and favors will be Easter jaskets-l with rabbit.- and candy eggs 'ansies and white roses will also be ijivtn to the boys. There are about S in this ward. Miss Marv Murphey arrived yestei day '. afternoon from Cherryville to spend the Easter season with her mother, Mrs. J. L. Murphy. Mis'. George Craig returned yestei lav afternoon to her home in Ashe ville after visiting her mother, Mrs Walter S Taylor. Mr. Alex Shufford, Jr., a student it Alevandria, Va., is spending the Eastertide with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Alex Shuford. Mrs. ChaS. Fort and daughter, of Gastcnia are spending the week end with Rev. and Mrs. W. H. McNairy and other relatives. Mr. Kenneth Menzies arrived vesterday afternoon from Davidson College to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Menzies. NOTICE OF ELECTION . Tn rnmnliance with the require ments, by the Charter oV the City of Hickory, a primary for the pnrpose of selecting candidates for the vari ous offices of the City will be held on the last Monday in JUarcn, me same beinir the 27th day of Mav-ch 1922, and the first Monday preded- mg the general election,, wnicn wvi be held on the first Monday in April 1022, flor the purpose of holding the above primary and geneml Municipal election wnicn win dg ruerm on tuc first Monday in April, 1922", the City Council at its lust reguuar meeun& appointed W. F. Burns, Sudjge elect ion and James W. Espey, registar. Registration books will ,be open until March 31, 1922. R. G. HENRY, 1 8 15 22 4t -City Manager Miss Louise Jones of Salisbury n expected home tonight to spend Sun lay with her parents, Mr. and Mrs E.'C. Jones. Mr. Burgan Witherspoon will ar rive tonight froim Durham to spend Easter with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Q. A. Witherspoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Whitener and Miss Essie Propst are spending Easter with Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Propst near the city. Messrs. George and Donald Johns ton have arrived from the North Carolina state college to spend Eas ter with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Johnston. The music at the Reformed church tomorrow morning and evening wil! be unusually good. At both ser vices anthems, quartets and solos will be given. The music will be ap propriate to the Easter occasion. GIVE TREAT TO COUNTY HOME The inmates of the county home were given a treat Thursday after noon when a committee from the Y. W. A, of the Reformed church car ried handkerchiefs and aprons for the women and socks and handkerchiefs for the men, each person residing at the county home, including two color ed people, receiving the gifts. The articles" were hierhly appre ciated by the inmates as well as the kind attentions shown by the society. Mrs. T. M. Johnston. Mrs. R. P. Wan-Tier. Mrs. Russell Robinson and Miss Mattie Thamasson composed the committee THURSDAY STUDY CLUB The meeting of . the Thursday Study Club was held with Mrs. C . Jordan at the home of Mrs. J 3. Gibbs. The guests were Mrs. A .. Whitener, Mrs. R. S. Brown, Mrs U S. Bach, Mrs. GSfobs and Miss i irace Patrick. Readings were given jy Mrs. L. F. Abernethv, Mrs. C. 1. Eost and Mrs. N. E. Auli Mips Patrick gave an instrumental pro gram. The program committee for next ;ear was appointed, with Mrs. E. Lyerly, chairman; Mrs. C. L. Mos .eller and Mrs. A. M. West. The nusic committee was also appointed: Mrs George Bailey, Mrs. Roy Aber lethy and Mrs. A. M. West. De .icious refreshments were served n the dining room at the conclu sion of the meeting. MUSICAL PROGRAM AT ST. ANDREWS CHURCH , . I..,.. nrw wrirni'Bi i tt it .wi ilj i j. . m. mmmmmmmmmmmmammmBmmBme'''ed . . ... ...... . A. . . . . i ii The musical program at St. And rews' Lutheran church tomorrow even ing will be specially inviting. Mr. ?ob Roy Peery, a young violinist sho has recently come from Denve ol., to Hickory, will play a violin :olo and will also play a violin obli- gato to a vocal solo sung by Mrs. John Geitner. Other solos will be endered by Mrs. Harold Deal and VLy. Albert Hewitt, Jr. The music- oving public is invited. COOKING DEMONSTJIAlfiON All next week, beginning Tites- lay, 18th the Abernethy Hardware 2o. will give a cooking demonstration n the Horence Automatic oil cook tove in their store. During this time hey will be glad for the people of lickory to sample the many good hings cooked on this stove. SCOUTS HIKE TO RIVER Yesterday Hickory scouts, troop -To. 1 hi Ked to the river for an over light camp. After some work on he cabin they cooled off in the river ;ound the water fine. Then the boys vith their first swim this season and ooked supper around the camp fire :fter which they spent several hours ilaying games. The hike was thor oughly enjoyed by the scoutmaster md twenty scouts, most of whom ?ame back to town early this morn M ra 0 IN RANGE CK1 BEST CHOCOLATE MILK SHAKES best ice cream parlor in town. Special attention to ladies a.nd children. J. Henry Hill, Nint.H avenue. A . k 4 14 2t Begin Your Summer Fun At Our Fountain The first swarm days of spring re call to you soda enjoyments to be continued throughout the month. Make an early acquaintance with our fountain and learn an early appreciation of . its products. Start your summer pleasui'es now. Ice cream and soda drinks are wonderfully appealing in the qual ity we supply and the way we serve it. You know prices are lown at least no war tax is charged. LUTZ DRUG STORE -ON THB CORNER" PHONES: 17 and S17 Persons who have begum the pre paration of articles in the Southern Public Utilities Company word con test will be interested in the an nouncement today .of. the extension of time for handing in the theme-; until Monday night. The object to see how many go'od words cf foods can be made out of the letters :n "Southern Public Utilities Com pany" with special reference to their preparation on an electric ' range ReccTd readers are familiar with the torm.s of the contest. Forty-five dol lars in gold will,' be awarded, the first prize being $20. Those who have not even started to enter still have time. They should read the an nouncement of the company care fully and get busy. It's good mental training and almost anybody can win a prize. "LIFE OF OUR SAVIOUR" PAS TIME EASTER MONDAY Monday and Tuesday the Pastime theatre will present the great Bibic al production "Behold The Man' formerly the "Life of Our Saviour-'' This is a picture that every family should see. It is a picture that you will never forget. The most momen tous event in history, exquisitely portrayed in colors. Special music at evening p erf ot to ance by The Pastime Orchestra Mr. Peevy Directing. , INFLUENZA I As a preventive, melt and in- p hale night and morning V VapoRud Out ! 7 Million at UicJYcarfy Copyright 1922 Hart Schaffner & Marx SPRING SUITS: YOU WILL E NEW ONES They're a lively lot of suits; very spring like and dont forget, the best " quality obtainable. New Norfolks, 2 and 3 but ton suits for young men; stylish ideas for Men. Hart Schaffner & Marx made them Great values at $2500 $3000 4000 $5000 Big Sizes, Small Sizes, All Sizes Moretz-Whitener Clothing Co. S3BBS5SS 9SSSSS OSS 34 ID QS CON FTP EST OPEN UNTIL MONDAY NIGHT $5, $10, or $20 in Gold for part of your time on EASTER MONDAY. Being a holiday, 'many requests have been made to hold the Contest open all day Monday. Eveiy High School Pupil should spend a good part of Monday on trirs contest; No big dictionary needed. All you need is a ;ook book and a garden seed catalogue. Five Gold Prizes for the five best reasons why :here should be an Electric Range in every kitch rn and for largest number of words naming di'f, zevent dishes in words Southern Public Utilities Company that can be prepared on an Electric Range. Five Gold Prizes given away Monday night. Winneis announced in Tuesday's Daily Record. Prove that Hickory boys and girls are not men- -iii'v 1h7V and -ft. vnnv- .mswsprs in bv Mondav iigiic. 520.00 510.00 ; 's.oo s r,.oo g 5.00 Gold Gold Gold Gold Gold Piece 1st Piece 2nd Piece 3rs Piece 4th Prize 5th! Prize. Prize. Prize. Prize. Prize. 'A 45. C'O Given away Monday night. ,Somc one will win who has not . begun work 3ii Contest as yet. s ddress Answers to CONTEST MANAGER oufhern Public Utilities Go. For further information and Range literature call at our office or phone 148 and we will mail sa,me. ' .