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' i1' ' . ' , - V - , , : . , ....... ' WFnacctnY EVENING, OCTOBER 25, 1922. Vdnes THE HICKORY DAILY RECOUP PAGE FOtffl Congresswomanr 1 i - ! " 1 .he Bisanar Store ;i, Service anil SatUf action You always get the best quality, latest Styles and lowest prices.' Expert repairing promptly executed. Gfeo. E. Bisaeair ' jeweler and Optometrist Watch inspector So. and C. & N. W. Ry , ,i -u. -- , " In Temporary Home HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO General Insurance and BonHo Oflet betwcenWifBt National and Southern TuMic Utilities Co. ijprtl-'. - ii orse L,OiI S H ' A We handle Hie IlitloryXiflarieh is the best in the South. Our price are riKht. wve us a tn,!i. v , .' .. ' Kiiiian Harness Co. Under Kssex Store. Two entrances, front and rear I MR. !MOTT Sl'IUKS IIERK '! Uc 'ft-avc most of his time to nation.il .fonturinir the tariff. Many men ' Mnrhflll L Mott Jr.. -of Winston-i remember his father former Solicitor &fcpoke lo? an hoi;r last nlrfc Marshall L. Mott, and these heard the a fair sized audience in the auditorium son with interest. flttMJS Thelav&ite wis vSic3$ piMtMss are intencei fey quality, to th 'list dlfopf'.; REC, U.S. PAT. OFF. ' , - - - ;zmZZ-HL 7. fit, - fj " II- V 1847 ? ill Fatteirms ff ..a - S SMoM . laifiware . . I- Rogers Bros. 1922 Some of the handsomest ..l .. . i ' '' l . suverwear you nave .cvci seen now on display in our show cases. We will be glad to show you. "Everything in Hardware" .ivt,.q A u AhmTiet.h' of Connelly A A 1. . 4 a - Springs was a Hickory visitor today. Mv A AIpv Shufdrd left today for Winston-Salem and Greensboro on a short business trip. The Thursday Study club will meet with , Mrs. T. C. Blackburn tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. o , ' mIwps Marv Eller. Lena Frye and Mary. Hill spent the week end in States- ville Visiting relatives ana ineims. -...: . . MftS. MfeNZIES BRIDGE HOSTESS prs. Chas.'Menzies, Jr., was hostess yesterday afternoon at a very enjoy abl'c meeting of her . bridge club two tables of bridge, several guests playing in aditiori to 'club members. Vnr makiner ton score Miss Mary LSeigler won the prize. A salad course with pleasing accessories - was serveu at thd r-onplnsion' of the s;ame. Those playing were Misses Helen Springs, Mary Seigleiy Mary bumner, Virginial- Sellers, Mrs. ' Harold Shu- ford, Mrs. C. V. Garth and Mrs. M. Loy Bolick. ' ' - ,.. - .; m: TToliv Grissptte. editor of the AT - . Granite 'Falls News, was a visitor in the city yesterday afternoon. o-v- Mr. jind Mrs. W. A. Costner of Lm- colnton weie visitors in the city to day. - o . The 0. "Henry Book club will meeet tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock with Mrs. John Bohannon in Kenworth. Rev. George Elias, clad in clothes of his native country f Chaldea, in which he will speak at First Metho dist church this evening. Mrs. M. Loy Bolick and httltv. son left this afternoon for Williston, b. C, to spend some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Weathmersbee. Ati- nn.l Mrs. Carl D. Moore have re turned from Charlotte where they were guests for several days ot Mr. Moore s mother. 'Ward 4 of the Philathea cfius'4of the First Methodist chtirchilt meet to nior.roW evening at 7$$ jp'clock witn MiC Esley . Miller.'- .The'.Y- W. 3Iofthe: Reformed 'cMrcli will" "have 'a caKe sale at. the Hniii-horn Piibiic Utilities - company Friday, afternoon beginning at 2::i0 6'clock. An excellent opportunity ui buv a nice cake for. Sunday. O T- 'Miss. Mary Lou McCambell, the guest for. several days of Mrs. W. A. TToii lnfr morninc for her home in Birmingham, Ala. Miss MeCahipbell spent some time m the vaney-oeioic coming to Hickory. . tuV(5 v n Jnnes returned to her home in' the Valley this morning after Frending several days with her daugh t'r Ui-p . AW TTall. Mrs. Jones came d?wn . to attend the funeral of Mrs. E. H. Cilley on Tuesday morning. , Mr. "Guy Cline scent last week in Charlottsville. Va., with his sister, at aw Davis. lie returned to Greensboroi Saturday and stopped oyer to se his daughter, Miss Katherine Cline, a student at the North Carolina College -f or Women; FOR MISS BAYLISS ' nAmnlimentarv to Miss Maud Bay- liss Athose birthday anniversary oc curred yesterday, Misses iviaoei xnguv, Captola Beck and Mattie Sherrill en tertained at dinner last night in the Ruttercup Tea Room. ' . . tahl wns festively arranged a color scheme of yellow and green be ing effectively carried out, mis saiwc idea being used in the courses which were served. Pretty place cards mark ed the places of the guests. . When the last course was swvwi the big birthday cake with "sixteen lighted candles" was placed on the table and was the center of admira- ;. Tho hnnnrep was showerea .witn a number of birthday remembrances in tjte lorm Ot gilts.; ( v . x, . Those present eujuyuij; tality of Misse TJigBeck and Sher si i u'ara M?s i Rsivliss. Mrs. E. W. Lentz and Mrs. W. E. Gosnold., ENTERTAINS AT DINNER ' Honoring Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mil inV xirhn vffpnt.lv " Vfltiirnerl from a bridal trip, Mr. and Mrs.( Esley Miller ontivtnirmd At. dinner last evening. The table, was beautiful and immacu late in its appointments and several courses were served. Later in the evening,, other g Jests were invited , in and ( several hours were spent in conversation and other pleasant pastime.A salad course was served bv the hostess assisted by Miss Virginia. Burns.. . tne guests in auuiuun u ivu. uiu Mrs. Miller were Mr, and Mrs. J. If. Dillard, Mr. and Mrs. j.aurie Deal, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Edwards...', HICKORY CANTEEN TO V SEND BOX TO OTEEN Thp ladies of the' Hickory canteen are preparing to send a box to the toys of Ward 1-8 at Oteen for 'HaIlowen and all persons who wish to contribute to the happiness ot tne men there arJ nrA-rrt tn notify anv of the following: Mrs,i K. G. Menzies, Mrs. Ghas 11. Gei'tner, Mrs. R, M:' Bumgarnerj - Mrs: Geo: N. Hutton, Mrs. Geo. Yoder, Mrs. W. L. Abernethy, Mrs. H. C.Jlenzieg, ,r-Mis3IaiTo'nei'rv''' '---y The canteen desires lavors, iriea fhifkeir. devilel esrsrsi" cake, ham, cook- ic;j Flowers and -cash. ' " ' f- The box -will be. sent off next- Mon day afternoon and contrvbmiuns should be. made to Mrs. iv. t,. -Menzies tieiove that time. , .-'. ' SOUTH SCHOOL HALLOWEEN:' PARTY FRIDAY All . nrr'siiwnipnts liavo L'een.- com- nTpfrl ff,r tho cet-toffethdi kh- be held in the .South school on Friday evening under the ; auspices ot tne parent teacher association and 'Community Service. The affair will have a special appeal 'fo i-nen and every; citizen ot Hickory . is ' invited , to come out and mingle .'with their friends on this oc casion: ', There will be no admission charge. .r - ;'v ' : '-? .' :'Ji:-; Mr? 1 rJs'dia Hall, chairman of cne entertainjnpnt, announces that Little Bo 1eep',?iJaek Spratt and his -wife, Little oy Blue,- f ocanoptactne ms" and the Bav will be on hind, fcofjcntertain. the large crowd n the auditorium.-. . Mv C. .fohnson will have the liiHino" nnnronri atelv decorated with the help Of other members of the com mittee, y .". : Refreshments will be served under a group, of workers on the-committee of which Mrs. J. W. Whisnant. is cnair man.'j ,A-, i ' ' ;-s , ,, This will afford every patron ot tne nntK echnnl and members of other schools in the city to get better ac quainted. , - COMMUNITY SERVICE '.PROGRAM TOMORROW EVENING i ' t f Mr's. Adelina Ottero Warren ha won the Republican nomination for Consress at Albuquerque, in, . She's making a race on a platform of strict enforcement of the Vol-, , stead law. ROTA RY MINSTREL PROGRESSING Flans for thei Rotary minstrel on Thursday evening, November; 23, are. well under way -and practices are progressing satisfactory to Mr. 1. Simmons, Who i .charge of getting up the minstrel. . - , AH who attended the show put on last fall b v the Rotary club vcmom bcr the delightful program and the affair this year, which promises to eclipse i the iirst event, will draw a edacity house." f'-.-l'S;'-:' vV. : iM ' - BIG EMENT COMING MELODY KfNSCELLA CLUBt Little " Misses Mary Alice ano Natalie Coyle were hostesses to tho ..Melody. -Kinscella ; Music-cKfe,n,J.a5f Saturday" afternoon The members in clude sixteen.' pupils .of Miss ; Pearl Little who are taking class desssoi.s in the Kinscella method 'of-; playing the niano- and while they have only studied six weeks,' each child -,playeti from memory with good 'touch and expression solos or; duets in the pro gram at this meeting.' . The little folks taking1 part, were Misses Naomi Cline', Edith Setzer. Clara HunstK-k'er,- Virginia Herman. Bobby Crouch,- Helen Earb, . Virginia Flowers, Dorothy ' Cilley, Mary ; Alice and Natalie . Coyle, Aileen Lame-, Elizabeth I ;Ghse-V Lyerlv - Evelyn Hewitt, Dorothy Templeton, Julia Hefner and Master Donald 'Warlick. Club : officers- appointed are: Presir dent, Dorothy Cilley ; vice-president, Mary Alice ... Coyle ; . secretary,,; J uh? Hefner; .'.treasurer, Bobby- Crouch. SeveraL visitors were present ,ana added rnu-ch to r the pleasure 'of 'the mpptine-. Dainty , retreshments v,;ere served 'before, ad.iournmca.it. , ' LIutaLI I i Mil ill! M mm1 h - $w M I rn ii .TToUntowpn nio-ht. October 31, there will be witnessed one of the most novel and entertaining stunts ever staged in Hickory. Similar some what to the street carnival new wbi fV-tnhrr 31. it will echppe anything heretofore dreamed of. - . It fs a home talent carnival, witn an the features that go into the making of a real carnival with the exception of gambling devices and it is neram ed as one of the greatest fun provok ing events that Hickory peopie navu ever taken part in. ' . ' . ' J. There, will be fortune teinng dooius, the old plantation datkies, snake charmer ,fat lady, the tall man, the man anA 'nnmercfus other carni V5i1 attractions without which ' no -avnivjil i comnlete. will feature the tents that will , suddenly spring up along the ; park - way i vtf. wauoween. But these are just a few Of the things to be mentibtied. There: -'is so muen that. '-will hr n sumrisfi to everyone, that -it would be telling to mention just even one oj them. 1 The uommunuy cmn is at vne ueau of the plans with Mrs. W. J. Shuford, who. so" successmny engineered ' ine carnival last year, in charge. She is being ably assisted by a corps of workers from the wroniah's club and other ciVK5 organiziations, including All together for an evening of stunts and delightUU recreation -tu- morrow evening at tne leiuu j room i under the;? "direction : of iMr.. Schert, head of the Communty Ser- vice ' fi V- -i- " This is another of the series ..of the furl fests which ' have been held from time to time when an opportun ity is' -'given everyone to play, inc young stay young . and youth is hrouorht back airain fo those who are climbing the hill. . . All formality is laid aside and it is the chief aim of the director to get everybody to enter into ' the spirit vf.fhe ctiints! nnd Mines. Commu-nity nin'f which ia the secret of the suc cess of every growing town, is em phasized at these get together meeo inorc in thp iwrffltion motrrams .ri f foorlfpllowshin is sure to abound if the people enter into the spirit and do their ipart. Kttna Tilpnsinir snrnrif?ps . are lJ O - . . v. r--"--- r . . miaorl for tomorrow evpninsr and a bie delegation is expected to be on hand. just, what is thf-nature or tnese sur prises 'remains to be. -seen tut there is, not a doubt, but that the hall will be well f il led, with visitors tomorrow evening. ? PHILADELPHIA LUTHERAN '- Granite Falls . N. -C- l: -''; ; ; Pov T J -Rick-lov. Pastor. ; . -Vesper" service at 7:30 o'clock, stib- icct. . "The Wain ot wisciom, r.pn. 5:15. ,yl-'':::-- '-, ..'. ' -r Young neople's meeting 1' riday at 7:30 o'clock. ''.-., , , The rcublic is Cordially invited to worship at all our services.. HOLY TRINITY LUTHERAN ; Rev. C. R. W. Kegley, Pastor No prayer services at Holy Trinity Lutheran "church this evening as the pastor is still attending the Lutheran convention in Buffalo. . . Mr. Kegley will return to Hickory the latter part of the week and will conduct the regular services' on Sun-'day.-: i;v.. ':'. ;.. ' "7": -V' ' ; DOWN NEED PEOPIE RICH BLOOD YOU - never heard . a , doctor say ; "He is all run down, but his blood is pure and rich." The best thing the biggest thing that Gude's Peptos-Man.:an does is to purify and enrich your blood. Then those weary, run; down, dragged put feelings will disappear, and the olutime vim and "pep" come back again. Get rinrlp's Ppnto-Mancan today. At your druggists liquid or tablets,' as ycu prefer. . peptoan an Tonic and mood tnricncr Mr. Schubert, head of the Community Service for Hickory. . , ; ;; ,vv J-- The identity o the particiiiants tends to lend mystery and excitement to - the occasion. .There-' win oe one continuous round of fun the entire evening and the whole town will turn out in a holiday mood ana iantatic attire-to take ipart in the parade; and other fun. ' - f Tt ia siicpested that everybody come down town that night arid- eat their supper at the lunch stands which will be in existence all about the square. Nothing will be sold for more 'than irn ppnts. - ....'' Ww - , . . -JJach child is espec ia Uy asked .-to wear a ; fimnv can and to, nave a horn or other noise making device knln alnnn' t.ViP fnn. V ' vu - - " - -- - - . . A cordial inviation is being extend ed to-all nearby towns to help Hick ory celebrate iiauoween ana nuna- MRS. DILLARIT CARD HOSTESS Mrs Dillard,' was hostess yesterday afternoon - at an , unvasually pretty bridge party , at 4 the Buttercup Tea rodm, four tables being arranged for ithe game in the room which nau been beautifully decorated for the oc casion.; An additional table was ar- raritrpH .fori onirsta ulin ramp in at. thl". close of the game .'andj enjoyed the social, half hour which' followed. . ; Siirrtrpstions : nF t ho - nrinroachiiicr I ' i- - - . -. . l' i I Halloween season were evidenced in rorla of visitors are oxnectcfl to at flt.trait.iv scoi'f cnrrlss anH t.h idc'a was further carried out dh the decora tions, orange ad yellow blossoms pre- aommating. ;, . ; . ,A 7 nrpt'tv h'anfl fmhroiilnvod p'svefst. towel, the. high score prize, was pre sented to Mrs o JsiacKcurn aiter a :' series '. of 'interesting: progressions. A crystal ias'ket,Hhe consolation, fell to Mrs.Walker LVerly. i ; . A aeieetatiie salad, course, mints ami Vint roff Pf u.pro ..iswtH -?-. t? Those enjoying a ' most delightful afternoon playing cards were -Mes-dames Walker Lyerly, George C. Yoder,- S. H. Farabee Roy Abernethy, HazeJv Aiken, J. A- Herndon, E. A'. TTnvman . T. f. Rl int-liiivn TS.Ti-wn"rl Bass, Walter C. Taylor, R. A. Grimes, Jos, ' L.- Murnhy. Alex Hall. Chas. Hunsueker, Earl Mullen and Miss Mabel M,iller. " ' Other , giiests were Mrs. George Bailey, Mrs. , H. P. .Williams and cents FOR -A REAL $1 .00 HOT WATER BOTTLE OR , FOUNTAIN SYRINGE We guarantee the .usual Value of -, this particular Hot Water Bottle or Syringe. We have soldthun-,, dreds of them at this price. The quality "is so high that they are ;-. worth $2.00 compared; with? oth r goods of the same "price are ivorth morei-Now, however, for . . ' ;his w'eek,-1 you can buy one of these Bottles or Syringes for 79 cents. " ' ' '- LutzDicnig Store MON THE CORNER" Phones 1? and 317 ar fr-i's- k- .. ' i -i . ,V w (.". J : .. , . i . - s -. . -aj irTASMiON dictates a radical chanjre i in both-len'jrth and line of dresses, i ... O v.. I0y-)'r' makes the transition easy u'ljjsc iiceful models a softbasque in 'rari-p can ton, jrold liraided at sleeves- ' j - ... i ... . ' -' -' " "'. '' r.rg; jstv .and a rinely tucked Poiret j -twill.- , A11 I'aris ; loves .the ; artistry of tlriSciWc 1?e m line featurccl here. . iieltr Wales Dresses and lietlv. Ji'ales !Poi-esf .. Company cVTHe Ladies' Store" r ys V f i a , ..... . ' --'-..- ' You'll tKalik us later ; - if yotffeaki advice now and give ,us your jtoiaZftog.ay tor Arcola, the ; wonderful a nevf hot-water heating- system &ih iiator in each room. sLast Fall many people waited until the , i last minute arrd couldn't .get ArcolA I when they, wan te.d it, there wps such j an ARCorji&&rtge. Tliis Fail some tof thcm-illhje disappointed again. But donWetlt be you. Take our .lad vice, d":!- 1 - Save no?irW AREOLA now (Thcce 'figures, thoueh roush, shbv how reasonably cay be completely installed ' .--despite ,iJSJ(fitpays for itself in the fuel it saves.) ,, . , 3- Rooms .Angola with 2 radiators $ 2or-00 4- Rooms fMCflkL with 3 radiators $ 275.00 5- Rooms Arcola with 4 radiators $ 340.00 6- RoomsrjcgIajylth 5 radiators $. 410.00 Phone or call andiWe'I -gladly give you the exact cost of puefcafc-Vi'licoLA in your kome-bui, for your own good, do itijiow before the Fall rush. ' JiMES C. SHUFORD CO. ' 'ienth Ave. Here re' lome of the ARCOLA users in Hickory. ASK THEM - H. C. LUTZ; Thirteenth Avenue. DR. V-BuRAMSAY, Thirteenth Street. 3 G3pTVOOTTEN, Fifteenth Street. .?REV?W.'0. GOODE, Thirteenth Avenue, y G. E. HAYES, Fifteenth Street. PROF. W. H. LITTLE,-Tenfli Avenue. DR. J. R. CAMPBELL, Newton. be mi tend. . u Stoa irti-rr - i . 7'. 'if