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MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 9, 1922.
THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD PAGE THR a? FOR JUNIOR GIRL MORE NEW DRESSES Jfr ; Ik: lisarar Store ' mmmssm THIS WEEK id 9 V t I f Service and Satisfaction You always get the best quality, latest Styles and; lowest prices. Expert repairing promptty executed; E. Jeweler and Vatch inspector So. G2!0 T """" " -1-7 r- - " - , . -, rr I ilfiln Temporary Home ..' i Geperal , Insurance and Bonds Oflire between First National and Southern Public Utilities Co ' " '-- - - " S71 YA ... i-n'I Builders Hardware thy ( iThe Winchester Store ( Hir.lrnrv. N. C. Newton, N; & r-w-r,lT . . Military Puttees or - Leggings See tffigtfwe have to Killian Harness Company Under Essex n 1 1 1 Public Aectioini-:, Newi Modern, Ideal, Convenient, Beauti, 4 ful, Best Country Home m , Catawba County , : With to acres of Catawba's best land, outbuilding abundance , fruit trtes and grape vines, etc. staHown' V U.CATION-Thrr , High school, on good road, just off ,lewum , adjoining Coulter Nursery. ' AT PUBLIC AUCTION On the pr,mi, 0Wr 1J at 2:00 p. . CMil.s K. Jhrn-. burg, owner.) : , , with intkrel - TEUMS One-thirrrash, balance 1 and 2 years, Salt conducted by Newton Land & Loan Co. and D. A. Rutledge Bisanair Optometrist. v f and C. & N. W. Rys. LE The name YAn?iR? lock is your guavmte&ipiiit quality. We handle the'cOin plete line of YALE-dooi-locks, padlocks, night latch. ...es and door- closers, and u will be glad to sho&;;you ; their points of superiori including !' SECURITY DURABILITY and " BEAUTY of DESIGN CI fflwe ;;;; off er before yotfbwy Jewelry btorer- Mrs.' S. MJIale left this morning for Asheviile' .:' where she will spend several days. , ' o , Miss Nettie Sharpe, who is teaching- at 'Rlowinff Rok, Spent the week end with home folks. , o The Coi-iaos Rook club will "meet Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock with Mrs. Geo: W. Hall. . . o The : Round " Dozen Book club will meet with -Mrs. Hoy Abornetn vr on Wednesday afte'inoon at ii o'colek. Miss Margaret Taylor has as her attractive guest Miss Fan Underbill of Asheviile:; Mr. A. A''Shu-ford hai relmned from a bushrtCss trip to ' Provi;'.eii?e, New York and . other places., Mr. -and Mrs. James Estridgo and Mr, I- rank Seaboch of Gastonia sint hist night with Mrs. Minnie Seaboch. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Bowman spent yesterday hi Newton as euests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Everhardt. S' 'i" o-- ( Misses Pearl and Blannie Frazier rpent Sunday In Rutherford College with Mr. and Mrs,'cErnest Wright. , Mrs. W..: ;TStedge. turned ' tliis inuiininr ircm aia-wnavwnwe him spent the-, week'.';' end " with ; Miv and Mrs. II. F, Elliott. : ?r : Mr. and Mrs. Rowell Holt and son, Rowel 1. Jr., of Cbarlotte were guest vesterday ! of Mrs. Holt's . mothej-, Mrs. J. A. Martin. ' - Misr, Mary Bloomer returned to Asheviile: today after being the guest for several days cf Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Justice. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cox Miss Mattie Sheriill and Mr. T. A. Sherrill motor ed to Mooresville yesterday and spent the day. : Masters. Norman James and Jen. nings Yoder, students at the Patter son school, spent the week end with Mrs. Pinkie James. Mr. ( 'po Craig of As1 eville oieir the v, ek end with Mis. Craig and (h'Ughtev at the h,r-i :f her another, V. rs. V t-ltcr Tay iov. ,. ' o Mirs Hughey Medlock returned to Charlotte yesterday afternoon after being the guest for several days of Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Hunsucker. Miss Gertrude Walton of Statesville spent the 'week end in the city, the guest, of Mr. and Mrs. F,. W. Walton in xvi-uvvui tn. v i : ; . - - . The many friends here of Mr. John F. Miller, Jr., will be glad to . know that he is out again after being quite ill at his 'home in' Washington."" Misses Clara, and Helen Coffov re turned to Blowing Rock this morning after being guests for the week end of Mrs. Tom Shu ford. 1 The Limited Auction club v.ill r.ot meet tomorrow afternoon with. Mis. George Yoder as scheduled "bub will meet the following Tuesday, October 17, with Mrs. voder. All members of the Philathea class of the Reformed church are urged to get their favors for the Halloween T)artv at Oteen this week and send them to the secretary. Mr., and Mrs. Walter Sloan have icturr.cd to StatesviUe after being ZX-tftg for several days of Mr. . and Mrs. -'Fred Horton. Mrs. Sloai.-.and Mrs. Hortorf-are sisters. The Wedpp;;day Afternoon" Bool: clulxwilLnioet on its name at 4 o'clock with the -.president, Airs. Bryan Jones, this being the iirst regular meeting of the iall. Mr. ahJ ; Mrs. Dan Chatam ? ; of Elkin arrived Friday to be guests of Mr. and Mi-S.'A. S. Abernethy. Mr. r'ioiV.irvi rphumpil to Elkin this morn ing but Mrs. Chatham will be here for some time. . o Al Chas. i Williams, who has been visiting his 'aunt, Mrs. B. M. Spratt, Jr., "left this morning for Charleston, H C. where he is engaged in business n: iviVini-Mi'c. Williams, will be J 1 i. . IllVIHtlf ' 7 with Mrs. Spratt indefinitely. TTiekorv Music club will not meet, tomorrow night but will meet the following Tuesday, the meeting being postponed on account of the death of MrC A. Hntton. Mrs.. J. carrier will be hostess. Rer C C.'Wasroner will arrive this afternoon and will rreach this even ;v,rr frxv ihn. Murnhv Memorial congre gation at Iohpview at 7:3Q and, each r;nrv nt t.hftt hour. All memners ami i., f tUr, Iccion firfl ursed to mentis ui,iuu - attend these nrvices.. ' The business' and social meeting of it. T3i,:iaTin? rkss of the Presby Lllt 1 Hli".-i . n -J rhnreb ' Dlanned for Friday iau . m rvr :ho Drenaratory services for commuhion. at the church on Fri day .evening.rMrs. w, be hostess.,;- ' . 4 o . : - H- . . . . . ..,- Miss Louise Jones,-after spending several dayswith her parents, Mr. and Mrs E.SB, .Tone,, left Saturday ?or Annapdlis, Md., where she will be the guest for several days or Mrs S?lt-n. fnmiwlv Miiss Gladys Reid From Annapous - hlta U noii imnre to visit Mi's. W. X. Keid v verat days returning by way pt il Fredericksburg,. va,wm-- 1 J- "-w- - , iiri I I mt :k returned Satu r- (i.'tv n:p ra xrem liu.sines.-i trin to Wash ington. Hq stopped over f oi sev . i ' .vit.'n ..on! r in (r.--..ii.- i;oro Saturday, hU; daurrhter. M'i:--.'-"'Ik'rmir.e W n Hick; a student -i .iVajNorlh' C;n o-j li- - litge for Wo:vvn. While .in' ;i: x-ctit-b'.Tc Mr. V,.'i;ck' met with 'a' -.r;inl ul aeident which fcrtunatt-ly was j t. -t : t i i i s. The 'e-?.r ia which -he was ' ii ling "collided" -with another car,-'bruising him sever y about , the left eye. Ha was tiikc-n to . a . hospital -aid t he b :iisc 'i vied. - MRS. SHARP TONIGHT Mrs. Mary Settle Sharp Republican candidate two yeais ago.: for state superintendent of public" instruction, is bv;;l to. ti.-cak nt the auditorium to night at 8 o'clock. The pub! k; is invit ed. LEGION BASK i:T BALL The- lgion basket ball ; team will practice Friday night after the reg ular meeting instead of tonight on accunt of the armory being used 'at this time for other purposes. SPECIAL SCOUT MEF'HXG A special anniversary meeting of Trem No. 1, hoy scouts, will be held in the Kiwanis hall Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock. Each boy is, asked to be present in uniform . and bring 50 cents, for new registration fe.e. . ' . ' .At- this meeting plans . for a week end trip to river will be made as will : the. camping trip to , Blowing Rock. - ; . - . ' - ATTENDED WEDDING ANNIVEUr ' ; - ii. " SARY ,- .. Mrs.H4 G. Seitz, ' Mr. H. L.: Seitz, Irene, Vernie and Herbert ruid Mrs. S. A. Halin and little grandaughter, Grace Miller motered to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Little's on Lower Creek near Lenoir' yesterday to, help cele brate their, golden wedd-n- anniver sary. . , . About' 200 relatives and friends were present, A nice dinner was serv ed and all resent spent a most joyableday. cn- FOR MISS BLOOMER Complimentary to., her attractive guest, Jvliss May Bloomer of Asheviile, Mrs. E. B. Justice entertained inform ally at the tea room Satuiciay after noon during the tea . hour.-; , Mrs. Justice sat -at the exquisitely arranged tea table and poured for her euests. Fall flowers were deftly arranged to bring- out their brighest hues which enhanced materially the attractive interior of the tea room. Those asked to tea Aere Mrs. II. C. T.utz. Mrs ' P. J. Suf Viemvre. Mrs. Carl T). Moore'.' Missps Frank Martin. Tolar,; Watson and Virginia Sellers. , MANY CLUB WOMEN Hickory cjub women are expecting to attend in large numbers the 11th district federated club meeting '" at Lenoir,:. Wednesday, October 17;:- 'in oi-der to boost the atendance as-much as iposible. Th I state federation vill rivo n stilvpi trnnbv to the district with the largest membership nresent at its nnual meeting, and Newton, Statesville, Morganton ...and other nearby club cities will .contribute many, mem'lKrs. A'! I women .whose clubs are affiliated with trie federa tion are m-p'ed- to attend and nersons who have room in their cars are asked to provide for as many as convenient. Those who attend wilL take their lunches, as it was decided by the of ficers that this relieved the hostess club of much work. The, Salisbury district meeting was the largest thus far held. "',''' ,''? ; U. D. C. ELECTS OFFICERS The Abel A. Shuford chanter, U. D..C, held a call meeting Saturady afternoon at the, home of Mrs. C. L. Mosteller for-the purpose of elect ing officers for; the' comms year. Mrs. E. L. Shuford. who has nresid- rA srv evcellentlv over this splendid organization was again chosen as its head with- the other officers as fol- lmira- Virct vipe-riresident. Mrs. H. lUpnzies- seeond vice-inresidcnt. Mrs. T.; F. Stevenson;, recording secretary. Mrs. J. F. Allen; corresponding secre tary, Mrs. T. K. Williams; treasurer 1o r. T,. Mosteller: register. Mrs T . C. Menzies; historian, Mrs. J. A. Tnvin . The state U- D. C, convention whcih meets. This week in Wilmington was ssed. Mrs. E. L. Shuford and Mrs. T. A. Mott, the latter leader ot Mn 9 0 whieh the local cnap UlUCHVll A 1 - - - - tpi- is a member wil lattend iron) icre. - - " 1MT?S RtTTTON PASSES Sntnrdav afternoon Mrs. Katherine Brerton Hutton, wite ot Air.,. A. nut ton and mother of Messrs. Geo.' N and A. B. Hutton of: this 'city, passed away at her home on Thirteenth ave Antfn inc at 5:0 o'clock. One of the best beloved women ot the city, Mrs. Hutton's passing nas caused great sorrow among "a wide circle of friends. She was born in ztata nf Pennsylvania, on Septem ber 1, 1844 and was aged 78 years at the time of her death. She; was rear ed in Michigan and was united in mar riage in her early womanhood to avii. a HnHnn - Kpino"-- nrivileered to live n-nlden weddinsr anni jJ , V- 1 t V' T- fc ' A fjpveral vears To this union several children were fvn nf whoi-n survive with their UUi J-xV -m- , fi,flV Tiiow nrp Messrs. Geo. JN. ana j.awitj. v j " . t t i. A.' B. Hutton "of rliekory ana juuh Hutton of Yale, Mich. Mrs. button was a tender and loving wife and mother and a consecrated ; Christian woman. - ' , . i Funeral services will be conducted from the Church of the AteCension to morrow morning at 10:30 o'clock by Rev. S. B. Stroup and interment will be I made in Oakwood cemetery, j The pallbearers K , p j The pallbearers win be Messrs. j. - - j , . c Bailey and innes, j. iea IITJ . T W C I - j 7 w . - Killtaa. - U. J. WV Warli M si 'mm imm :i m i f J : Jei s. and wool crepe are the fav orite -materials ' for the junior girl's new 'frocks. Navy serge is good, too, and it; often made in su.-spender. dress-: os with pleated skirts that have dim ity, or pongee blouses. Cross stitch or peasant embroidery: is" a favorite trim ming. ; "''---.-,- . ' CiTYl-lS WIDENING '...'' - r?''"4 r;-;,;,1! -: - TENTH' STREET" NOW ' As large force of hands isat'wor: wifksrfing Tenth streets between Ele ven thr avenue, and Thirteenth avenue pix'paratory to laying topsoil. The new drives" in Carolina ljark also will lx drained piping having been. hauled for the purpose. Workmen this morning found an alligator tboutTlS.. inches long in the culvert on Tenth street, I t had been left in the branch by some oy who got it irom Florida last spring. .., " ; , ;) RADIO PROGRAM ; ' Monday I Station WGY Sdienectady, N. Y., Tonight at 7:45, this., station will give n program, of Italian music. 1ms. will include the Italian,. National March, 'Santa Lucia." Neapolitan' -sons: sex tette from Lucia; "The Misere" from I Travatore, as well as other num bers. Station"'' WOC Davennort. Iowa. This is Dedication-, Week as Davenport, and special programs will be given each night. JTctoight's program be- om at. S a'c ock . vocal - music will bfl'-fnriirslietl bv' the Kiwanis Quar tette and well-known artists. Herman Schmidt will " give several numbers on the pipe-organ.' '''-" ': iy Station KDKA East Pittsburg, Fa. Concert at 9 p. m., featuring a male r-lioriis from the Pittsbure- Chamber of Commerce. (Here's a tip for Secretary .ink.) Station WJZ Newark, N. J., Con cert begins .at 9:25 p. m. Station WSB Atlanta Journal. 7 p. m., late news tlasnes; musical pro gram by Edward Odio, of Havana, basso. 8rpr.:,m. concert arranged" by R. L. Rawls. - Station JCSD St. Louis Post Dis patch. Concert at 9 p. m. Station WGM Atlanta 'Constitu tion. Cojicer tat 10 p. m. Station WW J Detroit News. Con cert at 8 p. m. : ' .. WE WELD IT wow BAKERS GARAGE filh Avenue Hickory, N. C. Enchanting ms Certainly there is , nothing in greater demand at this time of the year than a good talcum pow der. Our line is very complete and includes all the best and most popular kinds. We" have plain talcum, borated talcum and scented talcum Talcum for men," women and babies. 1 -. - w - ' . ... . - "T Lutz Drug Store "ON THE CORNER" Phone 17 and 317 i I j jjS Talcu .off MORE NEW i rai-it- Mostly tailored, A few Misses suits, special . . 00 " ' MAN Y NEW LADIES' & CHILDREN'S The best values we have ever had. Coats Children's ' - - - - , coats ' "Bradley" Knit, Highland Shakers, "Cohen" Knit etc. Slipovers in all fcl QQ lo tl Cft colors PlSFO PJV Nov swe : - $4.00 to $13.50 i ShS. $4.50 to $10.00 "ASCHERS" HAND MADE KNIT GOODS FOR INFANTS AND ' CHILDREN The most beautiful line, we have Suits,' Play Suits, Saques, Hoods, Bootees,-Toques, Scarf; Setsji.cj -lam-0 Shanters, Carnage Robes,. etc..,,.: Prices 'l.i.'.,.,,l...V.'..., ... ;-vt.....f. BATHROBES " Beacon Robes and Corduroys for Ladies, tf'i AArto &'J. ttn-''-.'"' ';.;;;;.U.-i Children and ' Infants '.i'fiwU. J" f-iaU-.-..': NEW SHIPMENT "MUNSINGWEAH" ? Do not say ."underwear," say "Munsingwear." Heavy, and lights weights, , wool, lisle, heavy cottons. .and silk ..and vool in .eyery , "her Majesty" underskirts & PRINCESS SLIPS Sattcens,- JVii'seys and RADIUMS'." Prices ....:'. - - Special Princess . " ' r.v.r..r-, - - 'DOVE" UNDERMUSLINS In Crepes and Lingeri Prices .-.:..'.". ,. VANTINE" FOUR DE CHINE Gowns, Teddys, Bloomeb, Camisoles,, Etc. 1 gQ tpf $.7.50 ' "am p a aih?" nirwi siLki UNDERWEAR . Teddys, BLoo;ners, Vests, etc: "Prices .: ;.:.:.: .:...- ?nl LK HOSIERY Hosiery the biggest one, department Silk Hosiery ' - - "Holeproof" Silk Hosiery ..... "Van Raalte" Silk Hosiery "Corticello" Silk Hosiery Gordon" Special Silk and Lisle "Gordon" Extra Fine Silk and Lisle --------- -' : "Gordon" Three-quarter Sport Hose for Boys and Girls. :-f.-r We carry only the best lines. They cost little more than-the , worst. It would take this whole paper to call your attention to': v the guaranteed, advertised lines that we carry. -r ; .:; W-i Business was never better with us. . There must be a roasorf; Hundreds of friends, tell us that our -stock is far better than;, "; ever before. . , - jmulsmjJfS- It costs you nothing to investigate. - '- : -J One fair price to everybody. No pets. f ' V fei' lhomps on- "The Ladies' Store" MRS. HEALD'S SISTER DEAD Mrs. Ileald . received word from Washington yesterday morning of the death of her sister, Mrs. Reich, widow of Lieutenant Reich of the United tatnj Maw. Rev. Mr. Ileald left for , Washington on the Leveling' train. .Owing to an' injury to her foot' Mrs. Jlleald was unable to accompany him, . --' - vnj $15.00 '"$35.00 "Betty Wales Dresses ' 7 $15.00 $45.00 "Monareii Dresses ' ::- icy $10.00 to $29.75 "Kleva-kiad'' Dresses '.'J 1 $10.00 10 $35.00: COAT SUITS - h. Ladies $10.00 to $75,00' - m iT-.y.f' - -1 - i. f ever shown. ' Sweaters ' SNveater 'J 50c to $8.50 C r . i'-.-.A .': t lx ... v . -'Z. $1.00to$l5tt k r. ii - - dl A A riach ' $1.00 to $3.00 - THREAD CREPE $2.00 to $4.00 our store.-'Humming- Bird" ":VJf 1 e:ftpa,r vx;v f - ; $1.50 10 $3.00 p,te $2.00 10 $3.75 $2.50 to $3,50 mm Hose S.1 00 pM1 "'II .. kl Hose - ------- - - $2, .00'"- U i. ;-.i i'y.' IABYS COLDS : . r often "nlppadfjif C todK . without "dostae" Inr um SUBSCRIBE FOR THE RECORD ' iir . i west tomoanv V X If'. i'r f , r '1 ? ' th guest oier-auiuj.-r v-"' . " : -