FRIDAY EVENING JUNE 23 1922
THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD
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
Caraipla Ice Cream
Special for Saturday
That "Favor Compelling Flavor"
, Something hew Ask Your Dealer.
Catawba Creamery Gpp'y
ALTO TOPPING AND
HICKORY AUTO & TOPPING
J. (J. Wolfe, Manager
West 11th Avenue ,
Moose and Elliott
Contractors and Builden
Temporary Omce over Mrs. Beck
'" ley's Millinery Store
Geo. E. Bistinar y
v DOCTOR OP OPTICS . ,
Error of Refraethm ad 'all Optl
ctl dfcts eorroeted with prayvly
OfBc and sxamlaatlon roots 1 om
etlai wttb Jwlry Btox
CYRUS C. BABB
Mem. Am. 8oe. Ciril Ingn.
Wtterpowtr, Waterworks nd
8wsrssr Land aab-diirisloa
Hickory, N. C Cam. Coin. Bldf .
Addrssa: GraalU FaUs, N. C.
G. W. RABY, M. D., D. kJ.
and Spinal Specialist
Over Essex Jewelry Store
Chiropractic Eliminates the Cause
of Disease. Phone 628-J
aiekory.Lamalr Jltaay Sckadala
UaVe Lanolr t:tO T. VL
Uv Hickory B 00 P. M.
4rrlT Ux No. .11 amd 12.
Fire - rre
INSURE BEFORE IT BURNS
CITIZENS INSURANCE &
W. II. LITTLE, MT.
Let Ua Protect You
Phone 108 or 146-L
Wfi Hn all kinds of
Welding and Brazing
PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO.
Hickory, N. C.
Hickory Lodge No. 343
A. W. A A. M.
Recalar conuaonleatioa Wins
and Third Moaday aifhta.
Brathrm sordiaUy iaTitod to M
P. J. SUTTLEMYRE, W. 1L
W. L. BOATRIGHT, Sac
A. J. ESSEX
Office in Jewelry Store where your
eyes receive expert service without
the use of drugs.
DR. O. II. HESTER
Office phone No. 237
Masonic Temple Building
Night phone No. 8
Hickory Harnew Co.
Manufacture of all klada ef
HARNESS, BRIDLE. SADDLES
AND STRAP WORK
Repairing a Specialty
HICKORY, N. C
Electric Shoe Shop
F. II. THOMPSON, Froprlator
First Class Work GuartasaW
rhoma 10. Work DMrwd
01l 14tb traat. Hickory, N. C.
I have some very desirable city
and country property for aale. IX
interested, see, phone or write
J. W. HOKE,
Hickory, N. C.
.. Telephone 94-J
J. C. DeRHODES ,
Office Over Yoder's Carry and SaveJ
J i-ocal and Personal
Mrs. J. A. Steelman spent yester
day in Asheville with relatives.
Mr. J. H. Elliott of Catawba was
a visitor in the- citv yesterday. "
Mr. W. L. Cl'nard has returned
from a business trip to Asheville.
tt- nc i i i
juiiu moose was expected nome
toady from Lake Junaluska where he
spent several days this week.
Mrs. D. E. Moose, who spent the
past two 'weeks at Granite Falls, rt
turned home today.
Miss Louise Lawrence returned to
day after a delightful visit to re
latives at Clover, S. C.
,T tr r r , D i u
u V V ts
the guest of her son. Mr. K. W.
Broome, on Twelfth avenue.
Mrs W. R. Weaver and son, Master
William Weaver , have returned from
Newto'n where they were guests of
her mother, Mrs. M. J. Rowe.
Troop No. 2. Hickory Boy Scouts,
will meet tonieht at 8 o'clock at
the Chamber of .Commerce hall. All
members are urged to be present.
TVTnstpr Wurnlrl T.it.t.lp hsis o-rmA ?n
Lincolnton where he will spend the
remainder of the summer with his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Miss Gprtrndp. M. Glinavd. daught
er of Mr. W. L. Clinard, of Cleveland
Ohio, arrived yesterday afternoon
and will be the euest for two weeks
of i Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Clinard on
Revs. W. W. Rowe and W. H. Mc-
Naivv and Mr. S. L. Whitener attend
ed a. meeting of the board of mana
gers of Nazareth Orphans' Home of
he lceiormed church is Salisbury
Mr and Mrs. A. J. Essex entei
tained at a delightful d'nner yester
day, having as their guests Rev. and
Mrs. W. R. Biadshaw, Rev. Mr.
Stephens, who is conducting the revi
val services at the Firs? Baptis?
church and the singer, Mr. Martin.
Mr. Carel H. Van Hervie, who re
signed as secretary of the Chamber
of Cc'mmerce at the annual meeting
this month, left today for Statesville
to spend a few days before, going .o
Wndpshorn. where he will assume
his new jcb as secretary on July 1.
nirtvd Flnwers is nutting the Liter
ary Digest on the Hickory map. He
has increased, his sales irpm tive to
1 on r-nm'pfs ji week and this mo'rnms
rpcoived a letter informing him that
the management was sure no town
in the country was as wen covered
Rnacnn tifkots for the colored nec-
ple for the Radcliffe chautauqua are
on sale at Abernethy's store, on the
hill or thev mav be secured from
Prof. Ramseur, who is assiting in the
sale of the 'tickets for colored people.
PnVp nf spason tickets $2 00. A place
has been reserved for :the colored
people in the auditorium, where the
programs will be given.
FOK MISS MAlvlliN
A lovelv compliment to' one of the
season's popular brides-elect, Miss
Rose Martin, who became xne orme
of Mr.' Leith Holloway at 7 o'clock
last evariiner. was rthe beautitul
luncheon given at 1 o'clock yester
day day at the home of Judge and
iva-. v. Tt r.linft on Thirtenth avenue
with Mrs. Cline, Mrs. Worth Elliott
and Mrs. J. O. Hull entertaining.
This was one of the smartest social
functions cf the many given for Mist
Martin and brought to a close a rour 1
o'f gaities of wh'ch Miss Martin nas
been the center since her engagement
to Mr. Holloway was announce1 sev
eral weeks ago.
Mrs. Cline extended coroiai greeu
ingst on the piazza and standing witli
in the reception hall was an informal
receiving line co'mposeid . of Mrs.
Elliott, Mrs. J. A. Martin, Miss Mar
tin and Mr. Hollo wav. Mr. and Mrs.
Rowell-Holt, Judge Cline and Mrs.
The lower floor was . o'pned en
suito and charmingly decorated
throughout a color scheme1 of white,
green and pink being emphasized
cji Viilvnnrrpas with creen iou-
age decorated the living room, hai!
-and library while in the dining room
a color tone of pinK predominate!
t. oc. in nvrfn?inTi bein.r used
Throughout the rooms small uncli
tables were charmmgiy arranea anu
decorated in bridal motic, wnae tae
large dining room taDie, wnere ivn
J A. Martin, the bride's mother sat: !
was arranged with pink sweet peas
The table was laid with a nandsome
Madeira cloth and had as us center
nice a crystal container filled with
sweet peae, lesuns
The bride's table in the living room
was marked with a vase of lovely
Dusesse rc'ses. A beautitmiy appoim
j ,,nar,n in tron rnnrses followeu
bv mints and salted nuts, was served.
each course carryng out lu a mail
ed degree the decorating colors of
white, green and pink. The favors
were very aprc'pos, a pink Duehsse
rose fashioned from candv resting
ia niivator nf D-reen leaves, beiiie;
placed o'n each plate m the lasi
Rev. E. deF. Heald asked divine
anA -fnllnwino- this the strains
tiaic iii " ,,.
nf Tiohencrin's famous wedding
march were sounded on the victroia
followed by pther msic suggestive
of the bridal day.
M5ss Martin was beautitul ly aim
ed in an orchid taffeta frcVk with
hat to match while the hostesses wer,y
frocks of white
fashionable material. There were ab-
out fifty guests present including a
number of the young -men of the
town and friends of the groom.
HOLLO W A Y -M AKT1M WEDDING
C.ha-rnot(-ri7.pc hv heant.v and ileen
selemnity, the marriage of Miss Rose ! During the business session offic
Martin and Mr. John Leith Holloway .ers .were elected. Miss Marv E. Gei-
was solemnized at t p ciock last ev-
eniner at the home of the bride's
mother, Mrs. J. A. Martin, on Thir-
teenth avenue. Rev. W. R. Bradshaw
pastor of the First Baptist church
and the bride's pastor, officiated, the
impressive ring ceremony , of, the
Baptist church being used. - ;;'
The marriage vows were spoken
lure anH fpms in thf livinc room.
the same decorations-being used with
Deauuiui enect mrougnuui me nom.
r'r ' TJ: I
lhe marriage was very quiet ana was
wiuiesse oy oniy u.e iimmie
.......j v,.. . x '
Mendelssohn s wedding march was , abroad her talk being especiaiiy en
played by Mrs. Ti. C. Goode and the h jo yable and instructive.
umjcu uj iio. v.
nrst oi tne Dnaai parcy to enter
wis MfltPr Rowell Holt attractive
was Master ivoweii rioit, atn active
young nephew of the bride in an im-
macuate suit of wmte silk. He car-
hied the ring in a silver platter
The bride was given in marriage Dy
hpr hr,ntw Mr Rawell Holt Sr.. and
the firoom was attended by Mr.. H.
C. Lutz. s
The bride was handsomely attired
in a simart suit of midnight blue with
henna hat. and accessories that cor
responded. Her corsage was of brides
roses and lillies oi the valley.
Immediately following: the cere
mony Mr. and Mrs' Holloway left on
an evening train for Washington
where they will make their luture
The bride of last nicht is a daugh
ter of the late James A. Martin and
Mrs. Martin and is a member of one
of Hickory's most prominent families.
Possessing rare charm ani vivacity
of manner, she has endeared herself
to h)sts of friends. She is a member
of the younger social set of Hickory
and is quite popular here. For the
past few hveeks she has neen mucn
feted, being the guest of honor at a
number of social functions. She poss
esses much culture and refinement
and was educated in the Hickory
-nVinnl nnA at Meredith College, at
Raleie-h ha vine? eraduated from that
institution about two years ago and
.he past year was a substitute teach
er in the Hickory graded "schools.
Mr. Holloway is a native of Mor-
ganton and a member of a well
known family there. He spent several
years m Hickory, later going to
Washing-ton where he holds a respon
sible government position. He is a
Violrl in iio-h esteem n business anciil
Guests from out of town were Mr.
and Mrs. Rowell Holt of Charlotte,
brother j'and sister of the bride and
the groom's sister, the Misses Hollo
way and Mrs. Garrou ot Mor-
The following announcements have
been .sent out: ,. '"
Mrs.1 James A. Martin
announces the marriage of her
daughter , g.
Mr. John Leith Holloway
on Thursday, June twenty-second
Nineteen hundred and twenty-two
1810 Belmont Road " North West
Washington, D. C.
TRAVELER'S CLUB HOLDS
oler's club was held with Mrs. W. B. j
chja program ot work lor the convng;
The club decided to study modern J
drama, and the program gotten out
by the bureau ot extension at tnei
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Ice cold drinks in your choice of flavors
served in ice cold glasses-refreshing and
If you have never fried our better service
and high quality Drinks do so today-if you
have, we know you will come again.
Fruits and Candies, of
Savoy Candy Company
Phone 199 - - ''On the Square"
Juniveisity of North Carolina, will be
ner, tor years active president, was
iE 'eele'asU.a etaoin shrdlu cmfwyp
j made president emeritus : Mrs. W. B.
! Menzies was elected president and
) the : other officers are viie-preidemt
Mr si -Walker Lyerly; treasure -sMiss
Amelia ivicuomo ana secretary, Mrs.
"An enjoyable social hour came
next-and during this piariod several
rmests came in Miss Annie and
Jessie Ervin and Kata Gosnald. Miss
Geither, who recently returned from
tr'n tc Europe, gave the crab anj
I smfe a rare treat when she re
counted many of the interesting
Kinas smp pyvip viPTirpn in ner travel
I loyaoie and instructive.
Tf Ah ice course was served at the
,.c f delightful eveninor.
TOAST TO FRIENDS
When a class of school girls of
Clavemont College days met recently
at the Buttercup Tea rc'om for a cele
bration and a reunion cf old frienas
Miss Gertrude Hall of Lenoir clever
ly toaster the days of yore. Adjourn
ing tc! the home of Mrs. C. H. Geit
ner (Susie Shuford) on Fifteenth
street Mrs. S. M. Lowry of Luxora,
Ark., (Erroll Hay) toasted her girl
hood friends and her girlhood home
as follows :
Once upo'n a time long years ago
I made some charming friends
Whom.twas a charm to know.
Friends who did the things
t.hat were always exactly right,
Whose every little deed just
pleased me out of sight.
And as time goes o'n, I
continued to love those friends so
And am happy to be here, today,
for thcue. friends are yotr.
So here's to the ones of my
Friends so loyal and great
Here's to- my former home
(Hickory) in the "Old North State.'
Our line of Fountain Pens
was chosen to meet the de
mands of various users:
' Dainty Pens for women, some
small enough for the purse.
Sturdy Pens for the men, large
and extra large. Students' Pens,
with good sized ink wells to
enable copious note-taking at
All have self-filling devices
and safety clips.
If your fountain pen is out of
order, leave it here for repairs.
"ON THH CORNER"
PHONES: 17 ant? S17
SPECIAL NO. 1 Fifty pieces
light and dark patterns,
....to 75c, at
SPECIAL NO. 2. Fifty pieces
other materials at
SPECIAL NO. 3. The latest Sport Voiles and Organdies and
Satin La-Chine, -10 to 45 incres wide. These have CA
sold as high as $1.50. A great variety at OUC yd.
SPECIAL NO. 4.. Unusual values" in Imported Or- d1 AA
gaudies at 50c, 75c, 0c, and $IUU yd.
SPECIAL NO. 5. 100 pieces fast
ular 25c grades for ,
"EVERFAST" Suitings. 10-colors 4$C
39-inch Fine Sea Island Sheeting "3 J 1
at r 1 2 C yd.
REMNANTS 150 to 200 remnants of all kinds of materials at
one-third to one-half off regular prices.
ONE FOURTH OFF ON ALL SILK DRESSES.
SILK, SPURTS. About 00 fine
, $7.50 to $18.00 in price, at
BATHING SUITS Real value In all wool ladies, misses' and chil
dren's Bathing Suits.
i OUR BUSINESS IS GOOD
"The Ladies Store"
We close every Thursday afternoon at 12 o'clock
i WE MEAT YOU
i SUPPLY YOU
Meats, Groceries and Country Produce
L. B. Tuttle, Prop.
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Automobiles, but we do sell jewelry that can't be bea,t for quality
Remember "If it comes
GIFTS THAT LAST
iX SPORT VOILES, OR
IN SPORT VOILES.
CREPES, SATIN LA
XHINE, AND OTHER
THESE ARE THE
SEASON 'S N E W EST
CLOTHS, COLORS AND
PATTERNS AT VERY
new figured voiles, 40 inches wide,
made to retail for 50c OP
new figured voiles, and OQ.
color ginghams, reg- 1 A "
silk skirts left. C AA
With Better Meats.
Groceries at Better Prices.
In a Satisfactory Way.
from our store, i.it's the best
from our store, it
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