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THE HICKORY DAILY REOORB PAGE FOUR lie ffisaoar Store Service an Satisfaction You always ge' the best quality, latest styles and lowost prices. Expert repairing promptly executed. Geo. E. Bisamar Jeweler and Optometrist. LWatch inspector So. and C. & N. W. Rys. Miss Sarah Foust of Greensboro is the guest of Miss Rebecca Kirkpatrick Mr. W. T. Sledge was a business visitor in Charlotte yesterday. Mr. Earl Edwards was a visitor in Salisbury yesterday. i In Temporary Home HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO General Insurance and Bonds OSee between First National and Southern Public Utilities Co. iiniimuinimu'.nimnHtiuiuiniHTttiiiimiitiiiiiintiiiimii Money Loaned to Farmers Anywhere In North Carolina Attractice proposition over a long term of years. For information see or write W. F. FOGLE Hickory, N. C. Misses Hortense. and Lanetta Bridges of Morganton are guests of their aunt, Mrs. J.L. Latta. o Mrs. Carl Cline and children of Hildebran were guests today of Mrs. Herman Payne. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Hahn and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Horton are spending to day in North Wilkesboro. o Miss Elizabeth Leonard of Lexing ton, is visiting her cousin, Miss Gladys McNairy. Miss Edward Clement has return ed from Asheville where she was a visitor for several weeks. Mrs. W. R. Bradshaw has returned from Connelly Springs where she spent several weeks. m Have" Your AUTO TOPPING AND UPHOLSTERING Done At HICKORY AUTO & TOPPING COMPANY J. G. Wolfe, Manager West 11th Avenue Geo. E. Bisanar DOCTOR OF 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. - 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 G. W. RABY, M. D., D. C. Chiropractor and Spinal Specialist Over Essex Jewelry Store Chiraprnctic Eliminates the Cause of Disease Phone 528-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. A. J. ESSEX Graduate Optometrist Office in Jewelry Store Where Your Eyes receive expert service without the use of drugs Hickory Harness Co. Manufacturers of all Kinds of HARNESS, BRIDLES, SADDLES, AND STRAP WORK Repairing a Specialty HICKORY, N. C. REAL ESTATE INSURANCE I have some very desirable city and country property for sale. If " interested, see, phone or write J. W. HOKE Hickory - N. Car. FIRE FIRE Insure before it burns CITIZENS INSURANCE & REALTY CO. W. H. LITTLE, Mgr. Let Us Protect You Phone 108 or 146-L FIRE FIRE Telephone 94-J J. C. DeRHODES Notary Public Office over Yoder's Carry and Save Chase & Sanborn SEAL BRAND COFFEE Best Grown in The World. Whiter & Martin DR. GLENN R. FRYE PHYSICIAN Office over Hickory Drug Co. Hours: 10 to 12 3 to 5 . 7 to 9 Phone: Office 96 Residence 477-L We da All Kinds of Radiator Repair Work Johnson's Garage PHONE 377 Mrs. E. Wi Walton has returned from Reidsville where she vis ted her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morrison, for some time. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Barkley, Miss Elizabeth Barkley and Master Billy spent yesterday in Mooresville. o ' Miss Mabel Seagle of Conover is a guest for several days of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Seagle. Master Harry Gwin of Marion is visiting Eugene Messick at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. F Messick. FOR MRS. FARRAR Mrs. Henry Leonard has returned from Granite Falls where she spent several days this week visiting friends. . Mrs. E. B. Menzies and Mrs. Alfred Davis are spending today and tonieht in Chax-lotte. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Thomas, having been guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rid dle, have returned to their home in Sa vannah, Ga. Mrs. Roy Long and little daughter, Ora Holt, left this moraine- for Gra ham where they will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lacy Holt. Mr. and Mrs. J.' O. Moore and family and Mrs. W. W Rowe and chil dren spent today at AH Healing Springs in Alexander county. Mrs. H. L. Clement has returned from a delightful trip to Chimnev Rock, Asheville and resorts in the west ern part of the state. Misses Clara and Ethel Bouchelle who have been camping at Linville for the past month are expected to morrow to visit their sister Mrs. D. F. Messick. The many friends of Miss Lanetta Bridges of Morganton will be delight ed to know that she is getting along nicely following an operation yes terday at the, Richard Baker hospital for the removal of her tonsils. Miss Martha Stamps of Madison was the guest last week of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Essex, returning home last Sunday and accompanying Mr. and Mrs. Essex to Winston-Salem where they were guests Sunday and Sunday night. The Community Club meets tomor row afternoon in the court room after a vacation of several months. The meeting is important and it is neces sary that a large attendanct be on hand. Mr. Karl W. Broome, manager of the Parks-Belk Broome Company, who has been in New York with the managers of the Belk chain of stores, returned yesterday after purchasing fall and w inter stock for the Hickory store. , Honoring Mrs. W. H. Farrar of St, Liouis, Mo., the guest 01 .ner aaugn ter, Mrs. T. C. Blackburn, Mrs. E B. Cline entertained: "with a small neighborhood party yesterday after noon at several tables of bridge. Mrs. Farrar received the prize. souvenir sent out frqjrn Biley Bank and Biddle at Philadelphia. Dainty refreshments were served after the game. 5A ' MRS. JOHNSTON A VISITOR Mrs. W. T. Johnston of New York, pleasantly remembered here as Miss Margaret Rankin of Mooresville and a charming visitor frequently of Mrs, K. A. Grimes, has returned to New York after being the guest of Mrs urimes. Mr. and Mrs. Johnston are spending the summer in New York but will return this fall to Constanti nople where Mr. Johnston holds a very important position. Mrs. Johnston will return in September for another visit to Mrs. Grimes, sailing for Turkey in November. . COMMUNITY CLUB TOMORROW The Community Club will enter up on its fall work tomorrow with a meet ing at 3:30 o'clock in the court room. An important session will be held and it is urged that every member ofthe lub and all women who are interested in the betterment of their town be pres ent. I In addition to the business matters which will come up for discussion, an excellent program has been arranged and some interesting speakers have been engaged who will speak on some very interesting topics. MRS. RIDDLE CARD HOSTESS Mrs. J. L. Riddle was hostess at one of the smartest social functions of the late summer season when she entertained the members of the Limit ed Bridge Club, their husbands and a number of additional guests last Bridge h the diversion of the ev ening and a liUriiUv-r tot spirited rounds were played at nine tables attracjive lv arranged about the lovVfc'f floor which was thrown open and beautifully Aoonr'atpA IhrnilS-hout With hosts ; OZ georgeous dahlias of a delightful va riety of col 01 s. Mr. E. B. Jones received the visit or's nriise, a lovely handkerchief which she presented to Mrs. D. S. Abernethy of Whsh'ifigton, while the club prize, a similar gift, was presented to Mrs. Richard Ballin&er. Mr". HKgh D'Afiria received the gentlemen's jifizie.- A deli cious collation was served at the con clusion of the game." Club members and their husbands playing were Mr. and Mrs. E. B Jien- zies, Mr, and Mrs. (.ieorge tiutxon, Mr. and Mfg.- Norwood Bass, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Yoder'.- Hr, and Mrs. J. H. P. Cillfiv. Mr. and Mrs. Ricftafd Ball inger, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Aberfeib'y, Mrs. Walker Lyerly. Mrs. T. C. Black- Burn. Visitors playing were Mrs. B. D. Williams of Charlotte, Mrs. W. H. Far rar of St. Louis, Mo., Mrs. S. J- Jfoag of Washington, D. C, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh D'Anna, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Durant S. Aber hethv of Washington. Mi-, and Mrs. W. J. Shuford, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Aber nethy, Mr. arid Mrs. Geo. Lyefiy, Maj. and Mrs. T. A. Mott, Mr. and Mrs. E. Bryan Jones and Mr. lUddk, Miss Lavinia Powell left this morn ing for her home in Winston-Salem after being the guest for several days of Miss Clarissa Abernethy. Miss Pow ell stopped over on her return from Blowing Rock where she was a coun sellor at Camp Yohnalosse. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Barklev had as their guests over the week end Mrs. L. H. Moser, Miss Hazel Moser, Miss Gladys Earnhardt and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moser of Charlotte, Misses Mar tha Moser and Hazel Nixon Barklev returned to Charlotte with them. Mrs. F. G. Morgan and two children arrived in the citv last me-ht. from Madison, Ga and tare guests of Mrs. D. J. Sox." Prof." Morean will arrive in the city tonight. He will be a member of the Lenoir College facul ty this year and will take the place which Dr. Kuehner filled last year. Mrs. H. C. Lutz, Mrs. Ruth Blalock, Miss Cralissa Abernethv. Mr. R. H. Shuford and Mr. B. B. Black welder spent the week end with Mrs. Blackwelder at her summer cot tage at Blowing Rock. Mrs. Lutz and Mrs. Blalock have returned aerain to the Rock to be guests for a week or more of Mrs. Blackwelder. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Tate and fam ily left today for Marion where they will make their home. Mr. Tate, who was connected with the Hickory Over all Company for the past five months, will engage in - the clothing business in Marion, havinc- mirchased the Miller SHERRILL-SIMPSON A marriage of much interest to a wide circle of friends' in this section was that of Miss Annie Blanche Simp son of Glen Alpine and Mrs; G. Paries Sherrill of Hickory, announcement of which- has just been made to the public. ' . The young couple were married on June 28 but decided to keep it a secret from their friends for some time. The bride is a very attractive and accomplished young woman. She is a daughter of Mr. John W. Simpson of Glen Alpine and a ; member of one of the most prominent families in this section of the state. Last year she was a valued member of the Hilderbran graded school baculty. Mr. Sherrill is a popular voung man of this city and has held a responsible position for the past two years with the Parks-Belk-Broome company. His bride will be given a cordial wel come to Hickory. The following announcements have been sent out: U Mr. John W. Simpson announces the marriage of his daughter Annie Blanche to ' Mr. G. Parks Sherrill on Wednesday, June twenty-eighth One thousand nine hundred twenty-two Glen Alpine, North Carolina At Home after September tenth Hickory, N. C. REFERENCES FOR STUDY BY TRAVELERS CLUB The following is a list of material available in the Worth Elliott-Carnegie library for the first meeting of the Travelers' Club: Feferences: Ibsen, Henrik A Doll's House and Ghosts. Ibsen, Henriki New International Encyclopaedia, v, 10, pg. 422. Ibsen, Henrik Chamber's Encyclo paedia, v. G, pg. 57. Ibsen, - Henrik Compton s Pictured Encyclopaedia, v. 4, pg. 1720. General references: Drama New International Ency clopaedia v. 6, pg. 435-443. Drama Chamber's Encyclopaedia v. 4, pg. 81-86. Drama Encyclopaedia Britannica, v. 7, pg. 391-444. Drama Compton's Pictured Ency clopaedia v. 2, pg. 1031-1038. Theater New International Ency clopaedia v.-19, pg. 188:192. Theater-i-Enclyclopaedia Britannica, v. 22, pg. . 222-229. Norway-Compton's Pictured Ency clopedia, ."5, pg. 2529-2536. Norway New International Jbncy- clopaedia, v. 14, pg. 634-643. ; NorwayChamber's Encyclopaedia, v. 17, pg. 02S-534. . No:may "-Encyclopaedia Britannica, RAMSEUR-SHUFORD REUNION As scheduled, this joint reunion was this year, August 30, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ramseur at the old family plantation near Lincolnton. Next year it is understood, the Shu f ord-RamseuV reunion wiliii be he?d jointly The lawn and adjacent gtrove were parked with automobiles and still they kept coming untiLt the dinner hour it was estimated that five or six htind red were present. The long table was yes, "groaning" (there is no other word which is adequate) under its load of good things. There was "Dutch cheese," and friend chicken, and pies, and pickles and cakes. It was a dinner that everyone enjoyed. A distinguish ed dinner guest was Rev. Baxter Mc Lendon who came out from Lincoln- ton where he is holding a meeting. The dinner is mentioned first be cause there was more time for conver sation and sociability in the afternoon. .JNl umbers gathered on the spacious porch where Mr. and Mrs. Ramseur and their sons made every one feel wel come. Many visited the family burial ground and read, inscriptions on soap stones, dating far back in the 18th century. Capt. A. Nixon of Lincolnton, who knows more history than any one in half a dozen counties, was a prominent figure always present and always welcomed at this gathering. Among those attending from Hickory were, Mrs. C. H. Geitner, Mrs. J. M. Shu ford, Mrs.G. H. Geitner, Mrs. Laura Ramseur, Mrs. T. M. Johnson, Major and Mrs. T. A. Mott and Tommie Mott. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shuford, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Ingold and children, Phoebe and Bernard, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bost, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson and son, ford, Mrs. H. C. Menzies, Miss Kath erine Menzies, Miss Virginia Menzies, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Whitener, Mr. and Mrs. W- J- Shuford and family, Mr. N. W. Clark, Mrs. E. L. Shu Mr. Dick Shuford, Mr. Robert Shu ford, Master Jbhnnie Shuford, Mr. Jake Geitner, Charles Henry Geitner and others. Relatives came from South Caro lina, from Wilmington, Statesville, Charlotte; Monroe, Greensboro, New ton, Kings Mountain, Lincolnton, Mar ion and Maiden. v. 1 , pg. 575-592. Daniels , H. K. Home Life in Nor way 914.81.' i i' Norwegian Literature Hall, J When I was arboy in Norway. O W. M. S. HOLDS MEETING The Women's Missionary society of West Hickory Baptist church held a very interesting meeting Monday evening at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. M. McKenzie. Mrs; R .A.-. Self had charge of the program which was very interesting. During the business hour new officers were elected. Mrs. W. G- Hicks was elected president. Mrs. Ben Smith vice-president, Mrs. Jessie Justice, secretary, Miss Lillian Abernethy treasurer. Our'v WV M. S. has done excellent work dui'ing the past yar lacking only one point making an A-l society. We hope to do a greater work during the coming year. . Reporter. TO ORGANIZE COUNTY LAW 1 2 AND ORDER LEAGUE This is to remind the good people of Catawba county that a county law and order league will be organized in Newton next Saturday at the court house at 1:30 p. m. Yates Killian is temporary chairman and Prof. A. C. Sherrill temporary secretary. Many other counties have organized similar movements and some of them report fine work being done. Caldwell coun ty our neighbor on the north, is doing a fine piece of work in this region. : Let every church and section of the the county be represented. The call as sent out from Newton asks that every church send at least three re presentatives. Post, of these -may be women. It is too late to select, dele gates where this has not already been done. The first Methodist of Hickory selected three, representative citizens last night " at . prayer meeting. If your church has not selected represents tives yotl go .and you will be recogniz ed. .as :, delegates. Do not miss this Boys Scooters On Sale Lutz Drug Store "ON THE CORNER" Phone 17 and 317 IT n n Suits and vercoats In the New Styles and Patterns ready for your inspection Moretz- (Co. "The Quality Shop" .if Hi::::::::HMi 3 S o m e Fa c t s Ab o a t the Willard Threaded Rubber Battery It's the only battery with Wil lard Threaded Rubber Insulation between the plates. It's the only battery that can be shipped and stocked in abso lutely bone-dry condition. More than two and a quar ter million Willard Threaded Rubber Batteries have been put into service. Builders of 194 cars and trucks have selected the Willard Threaded Rubber Battery as standard original equipment Hickory Battery Comp 1226 Ninth Avenue Phone 393 i Representing Wlkffd Batteries (THREADED RUBBER INSULATION) (WOOD SEPARATORS ) Read Record Want Ads Second floor of new building in center of tow". N !'r ly 8,000 square feet of floor space. Well lighted, milt in structed, ideal place for manufacturing plant. Fr culars phone or write Jas. C. Shuford Company, Hickory. meeting. " '. Jr. ''' .'.i1wa .'v v .... .J i ' Clothing Store.