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SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 14, 1922.
THE HICKORYJJULY RECORD r 1 tare i Service and Satisfaction You always get the best quality, ' latest styles and lowest prices. Expert repairing promptly executed. v - " Jeweler and Optometrists Watch inspector So. and C. & N. W. Rys. In Temporary Home HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO ; General Insurance and Bonds Office between First National and Southern Public Utilities Co, . ' - . , c . ' 1.., . i:,; X How Well Can You Guess? One Cozy 'Glow Electric Heater Absolutely Free to the Winner . See Jimmy Jones Westinghouse in our window with his many luxurious -&aby needs on sale at Lutz's Lutz Brag "On the Corner""' 1 i Mrs. Russell M. You at went to. Newton Thursday- to attend, a. biidtrc party given by Mrs. Julius Abcrncthy. Mr. Frank A Clinard has returned from a business trip into South Caro lina and Ueorgia. ; o Mr. Frank A Clinard has returned from a business trinUo Georgia and South Carolina. "--0 . . . Mr. B. M. Spratt. Jr., returned tins moinimr from a business tiip to new '"York and Philadelphia. Mrs. V. J. Shuford, Mrs. T. A. Mott and Mrs. 'Ft. A. Grimes motored to Gastonia Thursday and attended the Gaston county fair. o Mrs. ,-Kviel Newton and son left this morning for Hildebran after spending some time with Mrs. N. M. Newton. o Mrs. C. M.Yoyiig and Iwl daughters and her son, Chas. Jr.; of Connelly Springs wore Hickory visitors this morning. i Mrs.'- A. Doiubonnais, Mis. John L. Springs, Mrs. W. N. Bass and Mrs. A. Wgxen spent yesterday in Lenoir with Mrs. W. II. Craddock. . Mrs. Frank Henderson and Mrs. O. IT. TTi'stM- an; tmtei taininif at several tables of cards this afternoon for their sister, Mrs. M. C. Salassa of Char lotte. v The Dower will be off tomorrow morning for an hour, beginning at 9 o'clock. Ilousekeeperst'-who; have elec tric ranges are asked to bear ths in mind. o - Mrs: I). A. Yoder of Lineolnton pass ed through Hickory today enroute to Hi r p hian to soend some time wan iur. and Mrs. Rucl Newton, the latter her daughter. Mr. Rob Roy Peery will have charge of the pipe organ at the ? Reformed church during the next fewr weeks while Mrs. Hugh D'Anna, organist, is absent from the city. The Abel A. Shuford chapter, U. D. C, will meet Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs.: J. Guy Cline on Seventeenth street with Mrs. A. C. Hewitt as assistant hostess. . ; -x " "' The many friends of Mrs. R. G. Ileniy will be delighted to know that he. lias recovered splendidly from an operation on the thyoid glands at a Richmond hospital, anclvwill f eturn home next week. M I LIEK-WINKLER t MRS. SHERRILL HOSTESS Mrs. Truman Sherrill was hostess j to the school teachers and 'Philatheas of the First Methodist church Friday ovnninif at tbfl hoillO of MlS. VV. S. Strouip. The home was attractively' decorated with cut flowers;' j During the evening Mrs. w. i. Fogle entered the room dressed as a wash woman carrying apparently a basket of clothes, which proved to be ii with numerous cuts tor miss The following announcement have ' Fraces Tucker, a bride to be of the. lu-eii rvei'tyt'd by fnCiute : in" Illvkory: Mr. and Mrs. Wjllttnu Cajter .W-inlder announce the . marriage of th-ir daughter Mildicd -I.oiuse . V , ' to - . Mr.. William Dlair Miller oliT Wednesday, Octolev .thcveleventh . r.int ('(! hundred iTtitl twonty-two Cenu-nary Methodist CUvlrrh AViuston-Salem, North Carolina At Home After Octobi-i- tlv:; twentieth Ili :kfry, NoHh Carolina Mr. Miller is a popular faiesniart for the Shuford Hardware Company a ud his many friends wil! welcome hiiu.aud' his bride. ; '": t . ra un.ma.';, i n? men- -roll call' witli.iJ!l?i.a :en; titiWrttiteoso TUAVKi.iilirs (xvn meKi's' A goodiv number of ' Traveler He t at the "leasant- home of MrsTt : Ri Cline on Thuvsday afternoon ln :the lh.t meeting of the scries "A tu ly coin'se in modern drama. ,i Jifwra ' bei's answered life and work ..were for special, cfij"v sideration for the first meeting. The first paper,. Ibsen's tif andPWsk' was given by Miss Mary Geitner showing the revolutionary if feet of his work and his manner of presenting his play as weH its his attitude in unefinl mnttnrs and his iiiiutaiiCU 00. the individualism ot woman, a siricuv nr-w" concontion at ihat time. Miss. Geitn'efepapers are thoroughly enjoy, ed. -Mi C. Mmv-ries zvfy$Slx F. B. vMenzies rcaelinft of Te J?0tb Hrm w" i.vfmnbf vims' I ben s vMWSk) the treatment ofwis, vh Suppres sing of individuality alld thi inevitable ronseauences. Miss lAvna or i:mn College' is a native of Norway and has seen and known Ibsen, gave a short i.nli- of il writer, also sinking one ot his songs "Tie Swan" music by G-ricgj also a love song in Norwegian, is from VVezcu who was a t'lab via'tor, is irom Swfden and was glad to , see some body from home. Miss Lund was also glad to see somebody ,1rovn pome. Current news and a delicious 'r-alad course with cake, mints t:no cciluu completed a most successful meeting. Wvs Wnvnld Hoal who was a nleasant visitor played MissjLund's accompani- t '-. n 1 1 1. V il ; 1 ments most tlelvgntiuny. urner visuois who assisted at. .this me.-tmg were Mrs.'. Wezen, ,Mrs; Davis," Mis i.u.nd, Miss Mamie Dixon. The next meet ing will be with Mrs. Walker Lyerly. 101 Blankets No w is the Time to Buy Them. We have a. . Good Stock of ELK IN WOOL BLANKETS. in plaids and Solid Colors. Fine . quality and lovv price ! J U. S. ARMY BLANKETS, v : - New, Splendid Values if Also Reclaimed Army Blankets,.. : Exceptional Values Bargain Priccf . Shuford Furniture Store innnnnnnnDnnDnnoDDoaDDDnaoonDDaDDGdfapana Record Want Ads Bring Results. Try. Them. n BnnnnDDnnoononnDaDDDDODnoDODnnnnDnonnnni FLY1N Mrs. H"tti Scott returned to Me- banc today after being a guest for almost two weeks' of Mrs. Carrie. Bam- ble. Mrs. Scott is a elehghttully charm inn- ladv and is the center of much at tention during her visit here. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Shuford, Mrs. A. C. Hewitt, Mr. John Henderson and Mis. Guy Cline were, among those irointr to Marion Wednesday to attend tlm Marion. fair. Mrs. Vanderbilt and Mrs. T. W. TJickett were special, guests that day at the lair. TwpuI.v fir twt'ntv-five members of the Highland Baptist Sunday school Men's Bible class, accompanied by their nastor, Pvev. H. C. Whitener, mo- TMowimr Rock today for an outing. They wen: all wrapped tip and were prepared lo enjoy uie uay muu- ing chestnuts. '- ,; '" . ' CIRCLE MI'tfNG . The regular Oct ver lneeting of circle No. ' Methodist Episcopal church was held Thursday afternoon with Mrs. P. C. Sharp. Eighteen members were present and three visitors, and one : new member was added to the roll.,, V( Extensive plans were made for the chrysanthunium sale eoo)erating with the other circles of the missionary society. At the conclusion the hostess nidpd'hv Mrs. Fred Sharp and Mrs. Brookshire served cream and cake. The November meeting Avill be with Mrs. Lou Wolfe at her home on East ninth avenue. lato fall Several musical selections were ren dered bv Mrs. Richard Williams, Miss Bouchelle and, Miss Rebecca Kirk- patritrk. , Dainty refresments were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Fogle. 'i ii iirlra ! in.-- - '. ' t TO REPEAT HOME TALENT CARNIVAL That the home talent carhlvaU given uiuler the auspices of the Com munity club' on Halloween night o! Inst, voar will be rCDea ;ed again this year is creating quite a bit of interest in club circles and the public in gen eral. Oil fei'cnt committees of the club will ha charge of the attractions under the eH Motion of Mrs. W. J. Shufard, who nwiPajced the carnival so successfully and efficiently last year. Just what is in stdre fpr this year remains to be seen but there lis Hot the slightest doubt but that the entertainment will exceed the first 'entertainment to a marked degree. Hundreds of visitor were on th streets last year visiting the various booths and taking part in the- fun. Tbis year ari effort vwill be made to doable last year's : crowd. RADIO PROGRAM Under the Evening Laip," icert by Edgaf Thompson' TO MEET TOMORROW The. Wunan's -Missionary 'society of West Hickorv baptist church, will hold their regular . monthly meeting Sun day afternoon October 1.5 at the home of Mrs. H.' R. Freeman- All members sivo nvp-ffl to 1k nrescnt. Mrs. W. G. Abcrnethy having- charge ,of the pro- gram.' ' V :.i .... MBS, VV. lx. ui-ujvo, ricMUtfui. SATURDAY j . station KDKA East PittsburglPa. 7:30 p. tt , "Unde 9 p. m., Cone Quartette. ' Station KYW Chicago, 9 jJ1. m., Concert." 1 Station WBZ Newark, N. J., 7 p. m., Bedtime Stories; 9:30, Current Topics; 8:40, Fashions; 8:45, U. S. Army Night, under direction of Ma jor General Harry Hale. Military con cert by 16th Infantry band of 20 pieces. 10 p. m., Concert by 16th Infantry band. Station WHAS Louisville, Ky., Concert at 8:30 p. m. by "Old Ken tucky Home.'' - Station WSB "The Voice ' of the South," Atlanta Journal, 6 to 7, late news flashes; 8 to , toncers : by afisf. 11-45 concert bv Vawami Chanters (negro choir) La Grange, Ga. Station .W VV Detroit iews, con cert at 8 p. m. -. ' " ; Station WIF Strawbridge & Cloth ier,' "Philadelphia, Concert at 8 p. m. specially, good music is being sent out by this station. Station WGM Atlanta Constituti , Station WGM--Atlanta Constitu tion, Concerts at 7 p. m. and 10 p. m. Station KSD St. Louis, Mo., Spe cial concert on 400 meters. Station WOC "Where the Tall Corn Grows," Davenport, Iowa, Con cert at 8 p. m. featuring pipe-organ selections. 7 '' ... jr. ,, : .. ' , . -, .t.t:-ij.-Z'" ...... 1 ' ' v This is I the" store llorB; :' upi6at;:'-styl'' x : MOTHERJAVE IT Virginia Lady Suffered With Aches and Pains Until Mother Began GiYfog Her Cardoi. Dublin, Va,-Mls3 Mary AHct flughctt rcrslding on Bout 3. near here, recently told a visiter of her IN Tllfi UNITED iVTES DIS TRICT COURT FOR THE WEST ERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAR OLINA. In The Matter of II. D. L. CLARKE & JESSIE M. CLARKE A Partnership Bankrupts IN BANKRUPTCY Upon reading the petition of Jes sie M. Clarke individually and as part ner for a discharge; it is ORDERED, that a hearing on said petition be had before Isaac T. Avery as special master at his office in the town of Morganton. im. u., in 3aia int.- m A Miss Huglieu saia; . " nfWfi trist, on tho i!8t.h day ol uctouer, a. fering for some time ylth PTO: d., 1922, at 11 unlock in the forenoon; t waa nalc. dldnt feel le going- . , . . fw4mnantinic. notice be arnnnd. ana CDuiani a a a WITH MRS. FOX .2 D . a a a a n n B H ' a , a . i : U m m si M O n m n n w n n M a a a $So00 Abemethy Farm on ford Brook n D a a a D a a 0 D D D 5 Mrs. W. G. Fox was hostess yester day afternoon to Circle No. 3 of the First Ivptist church. Mrs. W- P- Spcas was leader of the program,Vher topic being personal service. Much help and interest was elcrived from the subject under the efficient leadership of Mrs. Snoas. Others taking part were Mrs. .Yates, Mrs. Bull and Mrs. Whisnant. Mrs. J. L. Leach, was elected eir- Ipaitpr ti fill. out the unexpired tterm of Mrs. Carter who is being de-. tained at home on account ot illness in her family: After adjournment the hostess served delicious hot chocolate and sandwiches. .-..- rest Uh. doi ay good. WU i. j -M-r-iimivi -would aclis ana I didn't know tfhat to do but T kn I must'fio eomething, for I .-4Jta-tH5 well by letting it rrm ou - - .i,,f did tor others as well as hcrsplf, so eho bcalYlnj "It wasn't- long hefore I change. It was just -what I needjj It regulated mo. I began to at , and Bleep, and the pain stpppeoY i "Caxdui Is without doubt the lrt Cemalo tonie made, and I am giaci rm recommend it to others. tv If feuffering with symptoms Miss Hughett ctiffl"0i2SjStSL ments -peculiar, to women, ,wfc at he gin Cardui at once? Its inerU J. jell established oy suaww-. v - than 40 years. ,.; . - try Cardui! -? -;TlsSo,'l& Your druggist sella it, printed :in the Hickory Daily Record, a newspaper published in said district, ,.rMfvfncr nil lenown creditors of said ni. r rl fitbor nersons in interest to appear before "said special master, at. .h snld tinift ana nlace and show cause, if any they have, why the pray er of the said petition should not be - Thf miblication of a copy of this or- uer snau no uuumuu siumicnv i cnirl rrMlitors to show cause as aforesaid. CLERK W3LL ENTER AND CERTIFY TO SPECIAL MAS TER. '"; .. . JAS. K. BOYD. United States District Judge, nnnp. at Greensboro. N. C in said district, the 22nd day of September, A. D., 1922. A TRUE COPY; T. st: R, L. Bla.vlock, clerk ,Bv J. B. Gill, deputy clerk 1 . 10-7-4t-Sat Road a n u WHY BUY A CHEAP PIANO, when for a little, more you can buy the KNABE, a piano that has been acknowledged by all "artists to be' the World's Best Piano since 1837? If you will sign the coupon below ana mail to us at once, we will be glad to send .you our handsome catalogue, with prices and ' -"'terms on same. '- ' COM M UNITY SERVICE , ; PROGRAM ON TUESDAY M. A. C. JOHIMSim "THE FLYING BIRD Tne next get-together program of tbn Community service recreation committee will be given Tuesday ev-j fiiinn-in the American Leerion hail at 7 :30 o'clock. All adults are invited j in thoso fun leasts and there will.be room for' several hundred inv this" new haii. . - - Those who attcneled the program in tluv Kiwanis hall last evening are en- tluisiastic over the itlea of giving ev- owlwlv nn nnnortunitv to tret into the : . " -- . I riio-nmps and stunts, ine sessions ao noii U include lectures 1 and long winded i i i .1 i. i i : l 1 1 isnepcnes dwl are ucvoieu, vaciusivciv i P n u D n u D n u Maynard Brothers, Salisbury, N. C. Dear Sirs: Please send me cat alogue, prices and terms of the KNABE Piano. 1 1 t ..-....:." Name Postofficc st. or .R. f. d: State -T Maynard Biros. n ' U' to e" flaying, and learing games for EMPIRE t&& Sr?-: SALISBURY, N. C, Its the store for overcoat quality, too; Hart Schaff rier & iyiarx and Griffon make our coats. They're so goodey hold up long erthey stay stylish. See what we offer at 5 -i $25 $30 16 retz-Whitener QotliingCtf. "The Quality Shop" pyfi Jr.iV;.V- I 71 ' hm im JKek Mrs I Vl St??7 l II hmiT m ill , I 111, ii ! . -,. ; Trap Shooting ' Monday Monday the 16th, Mr. Boyd F. Dun- can, expert shot,,ot the Winchester nv pany will give a demonstration, at thefbei:-, v.fVixr form nn ha Rrookford road. Come out and learn the art of this: fascinating ?t year-round sporty Everyone is mVd tq. SnOOl. A I1UI11UCJ. VX iXJVIwxj are trapsnooung nuyv, gciung in oiiax. the open season nuntingv Winchester Model 1897, The Gun thafc gejm the Game ' " ... I m . TKft Winchester Store. Hickory, N. C. n Nevrtonfc mmmtm9mim9mw'mwmw mhmiJ. eWrV snH nf OCCaSlfln, - -SJ