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MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 24, 1922 HICKORY DAILY RECORD PAGt IHRtf 1 The 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 & REALTY CO General Insurance and Bonds Service Our Motto 1030 14th St. - - - - Phone 65 ESS iWjc 7VtNCHSTR Hi Safe"? i V- You're always safe, in buying baseball goods at the Winchester store. How about a new' 1 fielder's glove, a catcher'strnit or a new bat to help you play a bettergame? Whatever you need you 11 find it Hire, the kind that would please a big leagier. Special service to teams. The Winchester Store is headquarters for all outdoor sporting goods. New spring stock of : Winchester .22 Calibre Rifles, Golf and Tennis Goods. Wmcllsater Fishing Tackle, Reach Baseball Goods. COME EA11LY WHILE OUU LINES ARE COMPLETE Abernethy Hdwe Co. Moose and Elliott Contractors and Builders Temporary OfTtce over Mrs. Beck ley's Millinery Store Geo. E. Bisanar DOCTOR OF OPTICS Error of Refretio ad all Op el dtfteti eorrtet! with proywiy mtl iluiM. Offlc and xamlnatlon room m o ' itti(m with Uwlrf Stor. Local and Personal Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Jones of Newton were Hickory visitors today. Mr Rock J. B. Ashe was a Hill over the week visitor end- in Mr. Thos Pruitt left today for a business trip to Raleigh and other places. M'r. and Mrs. Earl Mullen return ed today from Lincolnton where they were guests over the week end. j WITH MRS- LUTZ Two freight engines ran togeth- ! With Mrs. II- C. ' Lutz as Hostess ' ei in the yards at Statesville this 1 t w VmmP on Thirteenth avenue. ! movning and tore up the tracks to 4-u r;.,,i,.c tj.v rinh Violrl n VP such as extent that passenirer trains tile X iiauo uvjyji vjw . v .v. m . j ( - delightful meeting Friday afternoon had to be detoured in order to get by. UT11GT UCSIS Wei c 1V1J s. IV. j?v. ' iuivu-u wo.a hijuicm aii luc atv-iucii.. Mrs. Ruth Blalock. I Train No- 15, due here at 8 o'clock The hostess criticized her book "The ' arrived shortly after 10 a. m., having hf-en detoured nrrAind bv Barber and some general facts in regard to the , Mooresville and taking the mam line author. The regular routine of busi- oi the Asheviile division this side ot nesr, was cone through with and cur- ! the derailed engines. rent events of passing interest were Mrs. W. E. McRorie and son, Wil liam Field, of Reidsville are visiting her mother, Mis. T. E. Field. discussed. Following adjournment the hos t-ss served a beautiful luncheon at; small tables placed in the living j roi.'.n- The club adjourned to meet in1 two weeks with Mrs. Albert Aber-' nethy MISS FINGER HOSTESS TO CLUB Miss Miriam Whitener of Mitchell College spent Sunday with her par ents, M?r. and Mrs. A. A. Whitener. The Limited Bridge Club will meet tomorrow at 3:3Ci o'clock with Mrs. J. H. P. Cilley. Misses Lillian Rockett has returned to her home in Granite Fhlls a'f;ter visiting Miss Sudip " ShcrrlM. Mr. and Mrs. J. L- Riddle are ex peiled hone this afternoon from Florida where they spent the winter months. ' M' and Mrs. Gee W. Hahn had a thei guests yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Vance Lentz and Mrs. Leila Rogers cf Mooresville. Mis. George Fisher and daughter, Miss Elizabeth, have returned to Salisbury after being guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Jones for a week or more. COMMUNITY CLUB REPORT FOB YEAR Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Setzer, Misses Louise and Kutherlne Setzer, Miss Nancy Sherrill and Miss Frances Tucker motored to Statesville yester day afternoon. The Philathea class of the First Methodist church will meet to-morrow night at the home of Mrs. Richard Williams on Thirteenth avenue. The Lenoir College Glee Club left this afternoon fa its annual spring tour and will present the "Bohemian Girl" at Lincolnton, Cherryville, Gas tonia, Kings Mountain, Charlotte, Salisbury, Lexington and High Point. Mrs. R. A. Grimes left yesterday fxV Morn'stown, Tenn., to attend a number of prenupiial parties to be tiiven for Miss Jessie Donaldson, 'bride-elect of this month. MV. J. Wr. Moose is moving his residence from Ninth avenue to eighth avenue and will build on the Plinth avenue site a modern Pihr- oom brick veneer bungalow. The contract for the erection of a ten-roam residence for Mr. William Cox on Seventeenth street has been p.Vlarded to Moose & Elliott. The House will be colonial stvle with brick veneer. Ml'S. I flUTdllCO T7V1 U'CJo j-.nlll . 1 J HO Lttlicu lu Asheviile Saturday to attend the fu neral of her little niece Evelyn Bowles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W- R- Bow es. 1 A.J.ESSEX Graduate Optometrist Office in Jewelry Store where your eyes receive expert service without the use ot drugs. CYRUS C. BABB Mem. Am. Soe. Civil EngT. ,Wterpowr, Waterworks aad S!werag Land aob-diiriaio Highway!. Hickory, N. C. Clim. Com. Wdf . ddreia; GraalU FaUs, N. C Dr. J. F. Campbell DENTIST Phone 870-L HICKORY, N. C. Office Over Essex Jewelry Stor G. W. RABY, M. D., D. C. CniROPRACTOR and Spinal Specialist Over Essex Jewelry Store Chiropractic Eliminates the Cause of Disease. Phone 528-J Hickory Harne Co. Manufacturers of all khtdf of HARNESS, BRIDLE. SADDLES AND STRAP WORK RapairiBf a Speeialfe) HICKORY. N. C. The Silver tea planned for Fri day afternoon by the Y. W, M- A. of CorinRh Refcrmedi church, has pageant to he presented in the au- mtovium on tne , evening ot that date ihy" 'the children of the North chool. ..Mr. J. ' W. Clay, head of the pub ishing house of the Methodist church South, in Brazil, who is spending several weeks in the United States. was present in the Philathea c lass nf the First Methodist church 1 yes terday morning and nr;ade very interesting and timely address. The Philatheas &C as their guests the Junior Phileatheas and the teacher's training class. The parent-teacher association of the high school will mept at Tup auditorium of thajt ibuilditf? to morrow afternoon at 2:45 o'clock- Rev. J- R. Walker will give a talk an education and Mr. Rob Roy Peery will give several musical se lections, these being outstanding features of the program. All mem ber? are urged to he present. Electric Shoe Shop P. M. THOMPSON, Proprietor First Class Work Gmarat4 Pho 10C. Work D!iYr 10SI 14tb Bttt, Hickory, N. C. Jitney Schedule Hlckory-Uaolr Jitaty 8ch4al Uara Ltnolr t:I0 P. M. , Ua? Hickory I.0O P. U. ArriTt for No. tl and IS. C. E. ROBBINS Hickory Lodge No. 343 A. W. A A. n. Refnlar eommanieatioa Flrsi and Third Momday aff hts. Brothroa cordiaUy larit at fc praaant. P. J. SUTTLEMYRE, W. IL W. L. BOATRIGHT, Sc Every Toilet Creani Cold Cream, Cream Lotion and Almond Cream, Day Cream, Night Cream and Vanishing Cream. Just o. few of the toilet creamn which we carry. If you use a toilet creSm it is here, because we car ry a complete line of this commo dity. LUTZ DRUG STORE "ON THB CORNER" PHONES: 17 and S17 The following was submitted at the district meeting in Salisbury last week: With an enrollment of 338 mem bers, each of whom is represented on one or more of several committees, it is impossible in a short rep-oK "Su give but a fragmentary account of ihe activities of this club for thje past year. The club raised and ex pended a total of $3355.88 gnvi $1,319.79 to the Carnegie library lund, maintained its interest W school progress, suios-crAed $oOU m stock to the Legion swfming pool, Lpresented a historical pageant that .utractec! state-wide interest and won commendation, and through its welfare committee carried out a pro gram that we believe has been of uorc tnn Ical benefit. For the benefit of the library fund the Historical Pageant, writ ten and presented entirely by Hick'-, orv people, was the outstanding fea ture of the year's work. Given in October before a capacity hcuse the first night, it was repeated by re quest before an audience almost as large as the first- The pageant, which cescribes tho growth of Hickory from the days when this was a tav ern station and when the Catawba Indians infested this entire section, is preserved in written form and kex t cn file for its historic value- The club put on an educational Lyceum course which, although not a financial success, is accounted a worth while feature. Wo rvoontprl a nlav. "The Arrival of Kitty," bv local talent, sponsored; an operetta and two glee club enter-tfiinmp-nts. e-ave a street carnival that was a howling success; clearing on this $250. Through a oootn at tne fair and the serving of meals to xocai organizations, a neat sum was real ized for the Domestic beience ue partment of the High school. Sever- ai ice cream suppers anu uaim tun- certs netted many dollars during tne summer. The activities of the welfare com mittee during the period covered by this report were: A county weltare comerence m November ,with such well known authorities as Mrs. Clarence John son. state commissioner of welfare Dr. Crane of the State board ot with- l)r- Odum of the University; and Dr. McCain of Sanatorium, pres ent and speaking. Frovision tor sev eral needy families; care of an under-nourished baby for several months and placing it in a-gooo. home; sending of a man to Sanator ium; purchase of blankets for loan chest; sale of Red Cross Christmas seals to the amount of $112; furnish ing of magazines weekly to firemen and the sick. The club has been glad contributor for $15 a month toward the salary of our most . efficient township public rna' Mice T.iaiirn A . - Koch.' Cooperating with the .Southern Railway Company, the Parks and iff Ac cpf. nut a. yard hedge between Hotel Hullry and the passenger station, also tori -flnwprs and trees along this walkwav. Three park places were planted in flowers and the plots car mA TliA Rnv Scouts who have al- wavs been helpful to the club, enter-?; -i intn this work, ana m a;j- ;oitn" nf tbpir services the " com- mittee gave an ice cream supper tor tfcp hPnefit of the Scouts camping- Through the joint effort of the i t-u Pomptprv rnmmittee. the work of beautifying the ground? 1 begun last year has been conunueu tho ppmeterv put on a self-sup porting basis- The social committee gave a tea at the beginning of the scnooi yeai4 for the teachers and patrons of the the school, served dinner to ..he 11 Tlx Engineers, Rainbow division, a men aiiimm ,i'v"i ... , j Chamber of Commerce participated in a Community picnic at Catawba Springs. At the close of the fiscal year m April officers turned over to the incoming administration ir.oro than $700 with all indebted ness paid. 1 In conclusion, the cluib feels honor ed by the fact that its retiring presi dent, Mrs. W. B- Ramsay, is State Federation auditor, and its music Airman. Miss Pearl Little, tnree times winner of the Duncan cup. v.r.c0fl the sone- "Beaubiul I America," which is to be ued as the State Federation song tnis yeai. MRS. S. H. FARABEE- Miss Gertrude Finlr was de li'iiittul hos. ess 'Saturday after noon to the O. Henry Book club and several invited guests. The clu'b has just completed reading its af-rips or bc:ks and it has been vot ed to continue the meetings as a sewing club during, the summer rprsnths- Thp list of books fov study the nast winter included some of th l.-.tcet novels ' cf the well known writers of the day and combined with that me ciub studied the livps and woiks of the some of the ., t ' 9iviis writers of verse. In taking a vote c'i the most popular w.rvVe in tht; nresent series "The KinoYlni-ii round the Coiner by - . - Specials In Cotton Novelties These Goods About Halt Last Years Prices We have never shown as complete a line of imported and domestic cotton goods. The patterns are new and different and the colors include all of the new high shades. Conjgsbv Dawson proved best liked with Gene Stiatton Porters lisr t.- v..-'o rvjiwV.fpr" peminc a close o ' - A Ibright open fire and decora tions cf"pretty storing flowers made ih liv'nsr room, wheie the meeting of much cneer i .,,.r,f;.-i nnrl nddinsr to1 tne IU1U auiawiu" " " . ..i-..t- -iVm crr-inl hour was tne presence of sei ) aj guests includ ing Mrs. L. F. Abernethy, Mrs. b. 11. Farabee, Mrs- Inam a. caicn. Mis. Claude A. Jordan, Mrs. b. b. in-Hier. Mis- C. C- Ld- munds of New York, and Mias With her sister, Mrs. J t. ccno-. the hostess 1.1. i ; l . -' 1 - - - - 7 linimis salad course t n v 1 1 -' - coffee. ,a . .-n i- ANOTHER HICKORY HIGH SCHOOL GIRL HONORED Me- J.:n A-served and hot An honor tiat comes highly ap preciated io the many friends ol Miss Jane Menzies, the beautiful and at ti active daughter of Mr. and Mrs E B. Menzies, who is a student at the North Carolina College for Women at Greensboro, is the select ion of Miss Menzies fPn' the cast tor Oscar Wilde's four act play, "Lady Windermere's Fan" to be presented at the college on April 29. The lead ing roles are to be taken by Miss Marie Bronitz and Miss Menzies and the honor that comes to Miss Men zies is quite signal as she, a mem ber of the Sophomore class, is to take a leading role with Miss Brortitz, president of the student governing board. Miss Mendies is another ot-HiCKory s daughters who has won honors at the college. A recent issue oi tne Charlotte Observes gives :he iol- lowing: The cast for "Lady Windermere s an,". Oscar Wilde's four-act play to be presented by tne ivisasquerauers, the dramatic club of North Carolina college,; in the college hfluitorium April 29, was made publi Tuesday morning. The Mh squeraders have been rehearsing for several weeks under the direction of Prof. W. R Taylor, of the English department of Hir fnllpo-ft. and teei that the per formance this year phould surpass all of their efforts m the past. Professor Tjrylor states the cluo was unusually i.ortunate. in tne se lection of characters. It is expected that Miss Marie Bronitz and Miss Jane Menzies, in the leading roles. will set a new standard in acting in the college plays. The parts of Ladv Windermere and Mrs. Erlynne both lend themselves well to eXiPectionally ffrie damatic . interpretation and should afford the young women an ex cellent opportunity to display their historic ability. i VOILES Small figured, light and dark patterns, 40 in. wide. 25c per yard VOILES 10C pieces fine weave foulard patterns, 40 in. wide. Extra value 39c yd. " ORGANDIES Fifteen colors,' new shades, beautiful cloth, 40' in. wide .50c yd. ORGANDIES Imported, 4.5 wide, twelve new nign c- m ors. $1.00 last year-V-CQc yd.. ORGANDIES Imported" very . fine goods, twelve new colors, ' 48 in. wide. Extra special 1 75c yd. GINGHAMS 32 in. Fine weave Domestic patterns Ginghams, the newest , 35c yd. . GINGHAMS Andersons Ivanhoe, brand new patterns, 32 inch wide. Fast colors J- ---45c ?d- GINGHAMS Imported Scotch Ginghams, finest made, Andersons and others i --30c and 60c yd. GINGHAM TISSUES This is the wanted cloth. Cheeks, plaids, stripes and embroidered figures. New high shades 50c to 90c yd Complete lines of Ratines, Liner.es, Pure Linens, Voiles, Crepes, Beach Cloths, Suitings, Skirtings, Shirtings, etc. Thompson-West Company "The Ladies Store" 111 Fruits and Candies Soda Fount Drinks Confections Always Fresh and Seasonable Order our Ice Cream Savoy Candy Co. S Phone 199 B D D "SATURDAY NIGHT? COMING Cecil DeMille's latest ' Paramount nicture "Saturday Night" by Jeanie Macpherson played by a brilliant cast including Hheodore Roberts, Conrad Nagel. Beatrice Joyce, Edith Roberts and Jac-k Mowser will be the fea ture attraction at the Pastime theatre Thn.r(fev and Fridav this week. Special .music at the evening per formance by the Pastime orchestra' Mr. Peery conducting. -1 THE III WITH I Thousands Who Ask That Question Will Be Interested in This Answer Human flesh is heir to many ail ments, but aside irom tne acute uu nnnfaoimis diseases, . most peo ple become sickly from neglect. They have indigestion ana uo iwuimg it. They get nervous land oLiten - - -1 1 1 4-1 -.rv 4 t-L flllVO sleep poorly ana au iiuung fV.w.colwos From these ana omei causes they gradually lose strength onrl vii-alitv and i' il tired mucn of the time and often "blue" and de- nnndpnt. If you feel below par nAn'a Pentn-Mano-an and let L c I IV UUUt, o - c-- j 1 J it take restore your strengtn auu vitality and . overcome that weak ness by building up your blood to nht richness and redness. Then you will feel fine and vigorous again, and have plenty ot pep". or tmriy t'ffanrs Gil de's : Pentb-Mangan , has favorlfe tonic for rundown people. Sold in both liquid ipt. form bv all druggists.. Adv B iARYS COLDS are soon mppcu in xnc una Porch Furniture Couch Hammocks,. -Porch Sets, Lawn Sets Settees and Rockers Reed and Fibre Suits Shuforfs Furniture Store Phone 99 . ' - t.i - It might be interesting to discov- J er how manv men began as "bare- j foot boys" are now, boolegers r. without "dosing' by use of - T . f l " SKi' Read Record Want Adds Oocr 17 MOtion Jan Used Yearly m I u "4 .