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FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 18, 1922.
HICKORY DAILY RECORD ri r" fri ifk The Bisanar Store Service and Satisfaction You always get the best quality, . latest styles and lowest prices. .5 i ? Expert repairing promptly executed. Geo. E. Bisaii&fr Jeweler and Optometrist. , Watch inspector So. and C. & N.JW; Rys. In Temporary Home HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO General Insurance and' Bonds Office between first National and Southern Public 'Utilities Co. 3 r y Trunks Trunks Trunks Girls and Eoys, if yon are going off to school. thi3 fa", it will pay you to set- our trunks. We have just received a large shipment of trunks, at prices that will interest you. . We are now doing our own work and can save you money. Phone No. 47. A Nash Furniture Company ' Have Your AUTO TOPPING AND UPHOLSTERING Done At HICKORY AUTO & TOPPING COMPANY J. G. Wolfe,' Manager West 11th Avenue Geo. E. Bisanar . DOCTOR OP OPTICS Error of Refraction and all Optical defects corrected with properly fitted glasses ' Office and examination room . in connection with. Jewelry store . CYRUS C.BABB , Mem. Am. Coc. Civil Engrs. Waterpower, Waterworks And Sewerage Land Sub-division Highways HICKORY, N. C. Cahmber Commerce Building Address: Granite Falls, N. C. PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. Hickory, N. C. jtr-yt , Hickory Lodge No.343 Regular Communication . First and Third Monday nights Brethren cordially invited to be 'present " P. J. SUTTLEMYRE, W. M. W." L. BOATRIGHT, Sec A.J.ESSEX Graduate Optometrist Office in Jewelry Store Where Your , Eyes receive expert service 'without thie use; of drugs G. W. RABY, M. D D. C. Chiropractor and Spinal Specialist .Over Essex Jewelry Store Chlrapractic Eliminates the Cause of Disease Phone 628-J JITNEY SCHEDULE Hickory Lenoir Jitney Schedule Leave Lenoir 8:30 p. m. Leave Hickory 5 p. m. Arrive for No. 21 and 22. ., C. E. ROBBINS. 4r Hickory Harness Co. , Manufacturers of all Kinds of HARNESS, BRIDLES, SADDLES, AND STRAP WORK .Repairing p, j; Specialty -iii'- r i FIRE , FIRE Insure before it burns CITIZENS INSURANCE & REALTY CO. W. II. LITTLE, Mgr. Let Us Protect You Phone 108 or 14C-L FIRE FIRE REAL ESTATE INSURANCE I have some, very desirable city and country property for sale. If interested, see, phone or write J. W1. HOKE Hickoiy - - i .N. Car. Telephone 94-J ( J.'":C." 'DeRHODES Notary . Public Office over, Yoder's Carry and Save THOMPSON-WILLIAMS Prominent Young People Plight Their Troth at Newton Mr. Ernest L. Stroupe of 'Gastonia is visiting friends in Longview. Mr. W. C. Sauires of Salisbury is spending several days in the city. Mr. W. L. Clinard has returned from a business trip to Albemarle. , Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lutz and son, Horace, Jr;; are spending some time at Virginia. Beach, f Messrs. 01 in and Clifford Abernethy are spending; several days in States ville and Winston-Salem. ' Mrs. W. C." Moore and children of Haitsville. b. C. are visitine relatives in the city. Master Russell Frye went to Greens boro today where he will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. 'Frank W. Moose. Rev. Walter W. Rowe and Rev. W. H. McNairy were visitors yesterdav in Lenoir. Judge and Mrs. E. B. Cline and little Frances Ferguson Cline left this week for a stay at Atlantic City. All persons interested in a tennis tournament, to begin within the next 10 days and desiring to enter, please send name Jo. John. Aiken or J. R. Bell, Mrs.Mozelle Furman returned yes terday .-fi'onj' Lenoir, where she spent some time with' Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Rabb. ', Mrs. John W. Robinson, secretary of the Catawba Countv Fair associa tion, was in Morganton today in the interest o'f the comin fair. Mrs. J. D. Elliott, Misses Nancy Worth Sherrill and Elizabeth Lee and Mr. Joe Elliott Sheri'ill. are spend ing sevevay days in Charlotte with Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Salassa. Messrs. Charlie Brown, B. A. Paton and Willie Johnson, county commis sioners of Buncombe co'unty, are guests at the home of Mr. A. W. Hasty on Eighth avenue. Mrs. W. G. Fbx, Miskes Hafttie, Gertrude and Virginia Fox and Mr. Edgar Fox left this week on a motor trip to Meriwether, S. C., and Augsta, Ga. Mrs. S. TU. TTamrirlf and daugh ters, Lena and Inez, are spending some time m. Asheville with. .friends Mica Pnnlino Trniifmnn RPr,'mnanied them1' to' Ajheville to spendseveral weeks with " her "aunt. :. ' ." Rev. Brauncheig of Wisconsin spent from Wednesday until today with Rev. S. H. Puff enberger, stopping over on his way to Claremont where he goes to take charge of St. Marks Lutheran church. FOR MISS LEE Miss Elizabeth Lee of Ridgecrest, the attractive guost of Miss Nancy Worth iSherrill, was 'honoree at a lovely party given yesterday , by Miss Sherrill at the, home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D.; Elliott on Fifteenth street. Hearts dice was the diversion of the af ternoon and at three tabls the gam,e progressed yith enthusiasm with Miss Alice Cilley receiving the prize, a pretty vanity. The hostess' gift to the honor guest was a beautiful pair of silk hose. A luncheon in two courses was served after the game. Those play ing were, Misses Lee, Josephine -Lyer-ly, Mary Stuart Menzies, Alice Cilley, Mary Bellinger, Nita Mosteller, Mar garet Hoitrook, Elizabeth Barkley, Aileen Whitener; Mary Polk Wootten, Katherine Hatcher and Louise Cline. CLUB MEETING The Business and Professional Wo men's club met last night in the court loom of the Municipal building and transacted several matters of miner importance after which the meeting was turned over, to the committee in charge of the program. Mrs. E. B. Menzies and Mrs. D. B. -Taylor were in charge of the sport but Mrs. Menzie3 being Absent, Mrs. Taylor took "over the entire program and an hour or more of. fun was enjoyed by the club. I Recreational activities which nave teen discussed from time to time have taken on important proportions and the club will organize several brances along this line with tennis, hiking and basketball as the main footnroc Com mittens to head these activities were named. 'The..-. question of a meeting place was also discussed and the club taking advantage of Mrs. Love's splendid offer, will use iViP Wuttercun Tea room ior men meetings in he future. The program was featured by sev eral contests and in the first one,, whistling1 con- it imv-ivci c.t . , test Miss Emma: Bonner received the prize, an individual box ot cracKers. t 4-t, 'aonnA rrmtpst in which the 111 HIE . . j names of different varities of candy were named, Miss Bonner, Miss Swice- Kood and Mrs. Clement tiea iw prize, a big stick of candy, which Miss Swicegooa arew. j. ... The next. meeting will, De neia at u c Butter Cup Tea ro'om. SCOUT MEETING TONIGHT troon. No. 1. will have a regular meeting tonight in the Kiwanis hall at 8 o'ciock. mis win the last meeting; before the camping trip to Meriwether, S. C, and Augusta, that each scout be present and in full unitorm... ' - RulBfled Frocics Messrs. Charles Henry Geitner, Faye Mitchell, Miles Sherrill, Robert Cox, George. Killian, Jr., ; Chester Eaton, John Martin Wootten and Alan Coun cill left yesterday for the mountains on a camping trip, going in Mr. C. H. Geitner's house car. They will' be gone about ten days. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Cline have return ed from Gastonia where they were guests for several days of Mr. and Mrs". C. A; Moser. They were accom panied home by Misses Katherine and Louise Cline and Elizabeth Barkley who were guests for some time in Gas tonia of Misses Helen Moser and Kate Hanna. ICE CREAM SUPPER ' Hickory Boy Scout troop No. T will give an ice cream supper on, .Union Square tomorrow night. The public js invited to ' join the youngsters ; and have a good r time. i i m i ' '' - READY TO LAI ASPHALT The Union Paviner Comnanv is hav ing a sidetrack built below the High land Cordage Company plant in High land and next week will move its as phalt plant here to beein the lavine of the top dressing o.n the concrete. contractor John M. Bohannon said to day that lack of material had begun to hold up his work. " Chase & Sanborn SEAL BRAND COFFEE Best Grown in The World. Whiter &v Martin DR. kGLENN R. FRYE PHYSICIAN ; Office over 'Hickory" Drug Co. : Hours: 10 to 12. , 8 to 5 ,7 to 9 Phone: -Office 36 Residenpe 477-L We do' All Kinds of m Radiator Repair Work Johnson's Garage MISS HOOD HONORED One of the most delightful of the round of parties which the younger set have enjoyed this week was that given last night when Mrs. H. D. Abernethy, entertained about 30 or more young, people at her home on Thirteenth street in honor of her charming niece and houseguest, Miss Margaret Hood o Greensboro. various games and contests afford ed a continuous round of merrirrfent and in an advertising centest Miss Altfne WhJtener vand Jack: Hatcher drew for the first prize which fell to Master Jack. He in turn gallantly presented it to Miss Whitener. Miss Mary Polk Wotten and Master George Elbert Bailey drew for the booby prize with Master Bailey as the lucky winner. A inarshmallow feast was very much enjoyed and later in the even ing: the hostess served -an ice course Guests in addition to the honoree,, Miss Hood, were Misses Louise Mc Comb, Elizabeth Hall, Martha Horton, Aline West. Nita Mosteller, Mary Polk Wootten, Sallie Brice gpratt, Helen Whitener, ,r Elizabeth -Moretz, Agnes Bingham, Aline Whitener, Elizabeth Warlick, Adelaide Shuford, Clara Bal-lew,- Lucinda Watkins of Charlotte and Messrs. Walker Geitner,. Billy Blackburn, George Elbert Bailey, W J. Shuford, Jr., Orris Young, Bill Hall, ! Edward Fennell. Glevd Flowers. Champ Martin,1 Jack Hatcher, " Kew- zxey Pearce and Howard Whitener. J?iJ 'V- ! T< IT A s C cAPVRlCHt SY M CALLS T 9 . Seven layers ipf ruffles and more if you wunt them are found on" the newe-t dance frocks for girls and young women. . f Ah;jHah! CORNS You can tell he has corns by his limp and the agonized look on his face. The limp "and the look go together. OUR CORN REMEDY in liquid form, so easy to apply, fan be painted on the corn and is guaranteed to pull out the ache and later the corn itself. Such a rapid, thorough action' hot dupli cated in any , other corn remedy, and the price exactly the same as you pay for any. " .- s ' :.v .; " -. 1 v i,. lAifcfDrug Store ON THE CORNER" Phone 17 and 317 Newton, August 18. On Wednesday afternoon at 5 o'clock a quiet, but beau- jtiful wedding took place at Dixiedale, I the suburban home of Mr. and . Mrs. ;F. M. Williams, in Newton, when their youngest daughter, Miss Sarah, plight ed her troth to Mr. - William Carl Thompson, of Iredell county, in the presence of the two immediate fam ilies and a few intimate friends. As the guests arrived they were greeted at the door by the bride's mother and Mrs. W. E. Jamison, Jr.. of Kannapolis, sister of the groom, and ushered into the library by Miss Floy Troll ingcr. In one corner of the room; delicious punch was served the guests by Mesdames J. Wilfoner Yount and IL Y. Mott, Jr., of Mooresville. Each guest was then requested to register in the bride's" book presided over by Miss Eva Bell, of Mt. Mourne. Promptly at the hour of five the rich contralto tones of Mrs. J. A1-, bert Gaither rang through the house in that most appropriate song of, "Oh, Promise Me," and scarcely had its ech oes died away when Mrs. Charles Sher rill, a. cousin of the bride, began the bridal chorus from Lohengrin. As the peals rang forth slowly down the long starway came the dainty little grand daughter of the home, Marion Ader-.. holt, robed in pink and carrying a bas ket of pink roses. Behind her came the tiny ringbearcr. Ruth Ervin, of Scotts bearing' a lovely pink rose in whose depth the pledge of the marriage vows rested. Then all eyes turned . to the staiiway down which slowly and grace fully came the bride, who never in all her life had looked as lovely. At the foot of the stairs she was met by the groom and together proceeded into the parlor and took their stand before an improvised altar, where the beau tiful ring marriage ceremony of the Presbyterian church was performed by Rev. W: C. Jamison, Jr., of Kanna polis. At the close the friends flocked around the happy pair showering them with congratulations and best wishes. Delieious refreshments were then serv ed while all rang as merry as a mar riage bell. Later the happy pair start ed amid showers of rice for an automo bile trip through the "land of the sky." Un their return they will make their home at "The Pines," in Iredell county, the ancestral home of the groom Tne bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Williams and was born and reared in Newton from which place the best wishefe of a host of friends follo'v her to her new home. She was educated at the Newton graded school and is a graduate of the East Carolina Training School, of Greanville, N." C. Later she taught at Scotts and Mt. Moure in Iredell county, where she made for herself a reputation for ability, : energy and ' hardwork. The groom ia a 'prqsper,p;a4 taxiner of Iredell county, is a grad uate of Davidson College, and 'a leader in both church and ' community work in his section. . ; The bride was attired in a blue tric otine coat suit, with hat and accessor ies to match, and there never was a lovelier bride. The entire lower floor of this spa cious home had been thrown open for the occasion which loving hands of lifelong friends had turned into a scene of beauty. The parlor, in which the ceremony took place had been most beautifully decorated in green and white. An improvised altar had been erected in one corner and before it stood an arch of white flowers and green trimmings, flanked on both sides by tall candelebra holding white ca thedral candles. Profusions of roses, and lilies filled every corner of space. The library color scheme was carried out in green and gold, and in here be side the punch bowl and register was displayed the vast array of gifts, in silver, cut glass, and linen. The color scheme in the , hall was green with a profusion of various colored flowers every where. In the dining room ev erything was in pink; the table with its handsome lace coyer, bore in its center a handsome silver basket of pink rogeg tied with tulle. Candles stood ; at?, each of the four corners, while at intervals were placed hand some dishes of mints and nuts. The en tire hoise was lighted by pink and white candles, throwing a mellow glow over all. The out of town guests were Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Jamison, Mr. Thomas Thompson and daughters, Misses Mary Bradford and Clara, of Kannapor lin; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thompson and little daughter, Sarah, of North Wilkesboro; Mr. R. N. Thompson, of Davidson, brothers, sister and nieces of the groom; Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Erwin .and little daughter, Ruth, of bcotts; Miss Sadie Somers. of Scotts: Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Mott " Jr., of Mooresville; Misses Cora and Eva Bell, ot Mt. Mourne; Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd (joodrum, Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Temple ton, Davidson College; Mr. B. D. and Miss Lorena Kelley, of Mt. Mourne: Miss Martha. Thompson, of Davidson; Mr. w. rl. Thompson and Mr. H. L. Caldwell, of Davidson College. . i PROHIBITION AGENTS r PLOW FARM FOR BOOZE Plo'win ifor whislcey, prohibition agents who raided the Florida, fruit farms near Loganton, Pa., are har vesting one of the most valuable crops ever produced on a Pennsylvania farm. The farm has already yielded 42 barrels of whiskey, which are now behind barred doors in the basement of the, Williamsport jail, and the yield is expected to be increased consider ably when the harvest is completed. The whiskey was ftfund buried at various places on' the 2.40 aeres, and believing that many more barrels are under ground, dry agents are having the entire farm plowed up. Several large tractors have been put in operation. oys A group of college boys arrived in Hickory today and are taking subscrip tions to Pictorial Keview, the well known and widely read woman's magazine, to defray their college expenses for the com- ing year. We hope you will give these rep resentatives a few moments of your time when they call on you and let them explain the merits and advantages of their special offer. ' This offer is in reference to the Pic torial Review Patterns, ,which.;are sold by our store. The&e Patterns are simple, ac curate and ever so easy to 'follow. We car ry at all times a complete stock of them as soon as issued. The young men: s v ' MR MOREL AND SMITH, ' Georgia Tech. , MR., J. HUGH CROSSETT, v Atlanta Southern Dental College MR. E. A. BOSARGE, Vanderbilt University. MR. CHAS. A. PERRY, f 1 yanderbilt University. I mpsm - West Co mpauy The Ladies' Store V;.. 'V Record Want Ads Bring Results. Try Them. SB THE. IT winch Esrnt j; Vacation p. t I They, are now distilling hootch from acorns, great soaks from little acorns grow. Lincoln Star.9 , une lis Here We have the things you need to make your trip a success Our stock of Fishing Tackles, Tennis and Golf Goods is complete. Come in and look them over An Auto Lunch Kit will add much J to the joy of your motor trip itiliwe. . . .--, . ' ' Tbe Winchester Store 71 Hiclcory, N. C. Newton, N. C. Co