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SATURDAY EVENING OCTOBER 28, 1 922. THE HICKORY DAIJ.Y RECORD lie Manar SittlTfi r PAS THREE V Service and Satiflf action You always get the best quality, latest styles and lowest prices. Expert repairing promptly executed. Geo. E. Bi : 4 V MRS. .UERNBTlir ENTERTAINS ;-iAT. EVENING PARTY Jeweler and Optometrist W&tch inspector So. and C. & NW. Ry A . The Hiekorv Music dull will mwt Monday evening at 8 o'clock -with Miss Virginia Alien in Kenworth. ... - o j " With six tidilcs aiTjiijged for b uni.ibs.fi) vrrace JbiacKwell and Ivan. Airs. Fr cdr'A oer ue thy"-entertained Nesbit arc spending the week end in with a second "party yesterday, irvit- fcpartanburg, S. C. ' . ing in a number - of couples for the ' "' :. ,T ' evening. The pacioiR rooms, - hand- Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Knrntt. .Tr anA tumr.U. W,-.rfv! 4V.vm.j Mrs. H. W. Williams motored to C.har. FPl-fj-rh. f.v.- tNrwtfil-ilna mms rraTiinrfMrH'minT ' ' : i ILLSIl I Jrweef ..;-v' - PAR"T"Y; : ( 1C1 3M1 lotte yesterday and spent the day. ' O. : Mrs. C. L. Stewart arrived A run her c. i::m vsi ing progres sions joil.iwixl with Mr. U. A. Grimes thiS! W'nni'ljc llif f.'iri :csrc i,-ivn l!,vmf morning from Salisbury to' risit her-of be.-uili fe.l "chrvs'cinthenins ,1., T.. ,r I. .1 ,i I . ....... v . ' uttMRmi'i, iurs. ii. u. ADer:ietny. if.e uig iianowwn.ges-tDcrca.ncr- nrv en in the South school lauler 'the aus pices ot the pavent-teaehev association in cooperation with Hiekorv' Comniuu- !ty oervicc. was an unquaimcd success Irom ever Little Miss Mary Shuford of Con- over is spending the week end with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Shuford. Miss Annie Sherrill went, tn T.prinir today to be the iruest over thf wejk end of her sister, Mrs. Herman Payne. Misses Lois and Mario Sherrill of Statesville were Hiekorv visitors ves- terday. In Temporary Home & HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO General Insurance and Bondf Office between First National and Southern Public Utilities Co PILES CURED WITHOUT THE KNIFE I have a system of treating and curing Hemorrhoids or Piles iiwl other rectal diseases. No cutting, tying or cauterizing. Freatment is painless, safe and sure. Does notrrietain the patient a moment from either busines or pleasure. No J bleeding, no sloughing; in fact no injurioi.-s after effect p any ckahacter All sense of weight or heaviness in the rectum permanently removed. No leaving of lumps or sear tissue, but permanent removal of all txisting tumors. The Rectum is left as spiwih. ajs free from irritation and as natural as when a child. fl O. L. HOLLAR, MD. ii RECTAL SPECIALIST, Phones 275 and 319. -HICKORY, N. C. Bishou Horner .scent veral lmr-; this mornint" with Rev. S. T. Slvmin while on his way to Asheville from Gastonia. o- Mrs. Carroll C. Boat, Jr., has return ed from Agusta where she spent two ed from Augusta where she spent two Mrs. Boxx. "-.--.ftiLuUOHUI i;o graeeiuji '. jH'.stMiicu to A! rs. Crimes. A dolicrous foliation was serv ed at the end of the Ranie. Those playing wore Mr. and Airs. Roy Abernuthy, Mr. and :vIi-;. E. v.. Menzics. D.V- IT. C. Menzu-s. Mr; ' Unas. Menzies, Jr.. Airs. Walker 1 awons -transiormea .tne nails into a T jrerly, Mrs. T. C. Blackburn, Mr. and 1 fairly lar.d. Upon entering the build Mrs. E. L". Shuford, Mr. and Mrs W. ling the witches-cauldron could be seen -T. Shuford, Mr. and Mrs. Earl ftlullen. i wifcn' an artificial red. glow -underneath nr .i n . 't r.' nr . . r . .....l.; u .. , : .. i . .1 a 3 . 1 tandpyint. Ln? tie fore the nour at-vvhclv the -program was1 to be gin the auditorium ' was' crowded "with fathers, mothers.- children and school patrons. It was a happy gathering with many m costume.-; but all out, for a friendly meeting of neigh bora and cit izen:;. ;:; f .: i'! ; - ? " - Pumpkins, apples, corn, beautifully shaded lights and other unique uecor- a time s ' .':. Mr. and Mrs. ii. E. Martin. Mr. rfnd Mrs. Ceo. Lyerly, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Grimes, Mr. and Mrs. J.' L. Riddle, and Mr Abcrnethy. v MHS. ABERNFf HY CARD HOSTESS One- of fhe -most delightful affair? of the present week was that on yes terday afternoon when Mrs. Fred Ab crnethy entertained at her home on Eighteenth street. Bridge was the chief diversion of the afternoon with tho comn lwino' Troop G, North Carolina cavalry. I nursued with interest Atfiv taMos will serve a barbecue in the armory j;; anged in the library and living room at 7:30 tonight. The Community clut, which were opened together and adorn ed ,wilh howls of beautiful chrvsan- flDD0DDDDDQDCDC3DDQDDDDDDC3Caq3DDQOnaDi Buy a Season Ticket to the S.t Jib i . ':: ''' Si RE DPATH .:;.' K will be in charce of the feast and the boys will have several guests. --o '- Mr. and Mrs. 3i H. Dillard.-Dr. and Mrs: C. L. Hunsucker and Mr. and Mrs. Laurie Deal attended the Med- lock-Tipton nuptials in Charlotte hist night. Mrs. George VV? Hall left Thursday evening .tor Xew iork to join - Mr. Hall who is attending the furniture ex position there. They will return to Hickory during the first of the week. Mrs. J. A. Herndon left this morning for Winston-Salem to spen several days. She will be joined there by her daughter, Mrs. D. E. Reinhardson, and they will go to Memphis Tenn., for a visit. o . Hickory Juniors will go in a body to Morganton tomori-ow to attend a flag raising and Bible presentation at a new school building. Juniors will assemble at the local hall between 12 and 12:30 and start. in cars at 12:30. themums. On the final counting of the scores. Mrs. J. A. Herndon receiv ed a lovely boquet of white chrysan themums for scoring highest. A delec table salad course served with tempt ing accessories concluded a most' en joyable afternoon. " -Those playing wore Misses. Mary Sumner, Jessie E'yrd, Katherine Pike. Virginia Miller. Ruth Lawrence, Mam ie Maxev, Ma"bel Miller and MefMames Albert Abcrnethy, W. N. Martin,"v:X A'. Herndon, E. B. Cline, Norwood Bass, O. H. Hester, II:.rold Shuford, E. A. Herman, John Bohannon, Hazel Aiken, Robert V. Aloss, Chas. ; Menzles j" Ji'"., and Weston Clinard. ' . - -v v ' - v .:' Vf II I VI La li VUlLd from urn The Boy Scoiib - This ticket. give the holder admittance' to four of the best numbers on the Lyceum ciiuit today. The fimkatttec tion c o m e s . Monday night, the othersj;one -during each winter month. Each ticket ! en titles the holder to a Te sei'ved seat for all four numbers if presented at Lutz Drug Store prompt ly. ADMISSION: j ;j Season tickets Adult . . . . . . $1.;50 Season ticket, school and college stu dents $1,00 Single Admissions ..... 50c & 75c Tickets on sale at Lutz Drug Stoe .... .. " t ; Buy now and save money. Get a reserved seat without extra change and remember that all profits go to the ; .., - ' Hickory Boy Scouts Mrs. B. B. Krammes of Tiffin, Ohio, an 1 Mrs. J. H, Apple of Frederick, Md.,. arrived in the city this 'morning- and will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bost until Wednesday when they will , go to Startown to speak at the Insti tute. , o, ' Mr. Elbert Ivey left this morning for Greensboro to attend the TrinityDavid Iscn football game this afternoon. Mr. f t . - - .. i . , i r rri. " a . - 11.. .a.. . having completed his coui'se the past spring, and is an enthusiastic fan for his alma mater team. y iPr. R.. B. Pcery has returned from Buffalo, N. Y., where he. attended the- bienial convention of the United Lutheran church in America. Dr. Pcery made an address before that body on "The Spiritual Life of the Church." Rev. Walter W. Rowe returned last night from York, Pa., where he at tended a meeting of Potomac synod of which ho was made president. Be fore going to York Mr. Rowe visited his daughter, Miss Louise Rowe, at Hood College, Fredrick, Md, Mrs. J. R. Black well of Waynesville spent several hours here this morn ing with Mrs. J. T. Walton, stopping over while enroute home from Lenoir. Mrs. Blackwell will be remembered here as Miss Amanda Clark, a former member of the Claremont- College faculty. ; BIRTH OF SON , Mr. and Mrs. George A. Poovey announce the birth of a ".son on Oc tober 27. EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING Members of the executive board of the 'Business and Professional Wo men's club met last night with 'the president, Miss Emma Bonner, at 7:30 o'clock to select various committees and to map out the program for the ensuing six months. Plans were made for taking part in the Halloween festival Tuesday night and the club expects to have one of the most popular tents along the square. Other matters of importance were discussed - and a most profitable evening was spent. The hostess, assisted by her mother, Mrs. T. P. Bonner, served a delicious salad course with hot chocolate and bon bons after adjourning.. WITH MISS MARTIN D. A. R. WITH MRS. MOTT JR.; sea- The John Hoyle chapter, D. A held the first meeting of the- fall sen with Mrs. T. A. Mott on Tuesday aftcrnoon. Four new members, iVIrs. "J. F. Allen, Mrs. C: L. , Mostellery Mrs. J. B. Gibbs, and Airs. C. A. Jordan; were given a warm welcome. ' - After devotional exercises and busi ness routine Airs. E.'L.' Shuford gave a short sketch of Catawba county, tell ing of its formation, naming, etc. Airs. T. A. Mott' read extracts from articles written by the late Judge M. L. Ale- Corklei in. 1883 in which he chronicled events of interest concerning .the his tory, personal characters, manners and customs, of the citizens . in Lincoln county in 18C0. v - . 'A committee was named to nave vVaced in the Worth J Elliott-Carnegie library and in each school a picture of George Washington. The chapter de cided to take up some charitable work for the "winter. Delegates : to the .state convention to be held at High 'Point. on November 1 were chosen. A fruit salad, sandwiches and cot- fee were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held the fourth Aionday in November; - - ' HALLOWEEN PARTY FOR GUESTS Airs. G.J3. Everette entertained with a Halloween , party last, mgnt at. nvi home on Seventeenth street honoring her guest, Aliss Viteau Pickron ot 'ei hnm. fia.. about 40 of the younger crowd enjoying her charming hospital- uniouelv carried out in the decorations of autumn leaves, witches, biacK cars and other characters peculiar to the season. ,EacW guest came costumed and masked, adding greatly thereby to the fun of the occasion. Aluch merri ment was caused in seeking the identi ty of each other and for being the last to unmask Aliss Alary Dclimgcr and. Mr. John Lyerly received the prize. In the role ot the iortune veiier Aliss Virginia', Sellers scored a big hit and was tbe sensation of the ev- i i , i i i i enmg, ner oootn neing ueseigeu wmi seekers of the future. . Other games came in for a ;?hare of the fun and later the quests all re-; paired to the back yard where a bon fire was built. Gathering around "this the young people enjoyed a weiner and marshmallow roast. ' SOAI E FIN E APPLES Air. W. L. Winkler of Boone, who owns an orchard three miles west of Blowing Rock, was here tqday with a- sample of' his apples which he sells, for,: 50 cents a bushel . at the orchard. They include Virginia Beau ties, Jonathan, Graggs," Glory Alondi and winesaps. The Glory Alondis, if you did not happen to know, are. those ai-ge yellow apples which weigh about a pound. Air. Winkler still-has 1,100 bushels- on hand. - . which assisted in emitinr cards andi papers with fortunes upon them. The i fortune teller was busy"vith a steady stream of curious folks. Prizes at the fish pond soon were exhausted because of the. heavy demand made upon this fishery. Boys and girls were doing hitrh diving stunts a great portion of the evening in search of apples that were placed in a large tub. It was neces- the teeth. Adults as well aS the chil dren enjoyed this, feature. - . . The evening's 'fun stated' in the au ditorium. Aliss Virginia Allen, prin cipal of the South school announced the purpose of the gathering and task ed for the cooperation of everybody ei the work of the parent-teacher association. This was followed by com munity -singing led by Airs. Robert Brown with Aliss "Allen at the piano. The childrens' song books were distri buted to the singers and all joined in lustily. - . Mr. IT. D. Schubert ;was then intro duced and after stating the-purpose' of Community Service explained the man ner in which the movement coooperates with all local agencies and associations such as the one all were enjoying. Just to give 'them a touch of good natured fun he started rubber balloons from the front, of the room while all were seated and the group that -tossed it back over the heads , of ' their team-, mates and returned it to the. front was declared the 'winner. Four balloons were in the air at the same time in this yaffle. Then followed the feature of the ev ening, i'rotessor Jolty was introduced by Air. Schubert as a high nriced act from Atlanta. This, was in the nature of living wax figures and Air. Eugene ivey who '.was the professor had the entire house in an uproar with the antics of ths gr.aup -of ietatuetj. As. the figures started across the stage, heads, arras, legs .and other parts of their bodies failed to function which necessi tated a cranking, or oil and in some cases tightening screws( or bolts. Others- in the cast with Air.' Ivey included Miss Ida Adair, Little Bo Peep; Aliss friez Tolar, Pohaeontas; Dr. W. B. ?rii-C! oa T lfflo TTr TiTno IVTioc Tnnifl Alenzies, Cry Eaby; Air. Fred Jones, IE Jack Spratt; Mrs. Fred Jones as Airs. Spratt; Miss Bertha Deaton, High So prano singer. - ... At the end of the regular program in the auditorium the children were ask ed to remain while the adults took possession of the halls in games and stunts under the direction of Mr. Schu bert. All that could participated in these games. The large crowd prevent ed many from joining them. This program that exceeded the ex pectations of the most optimistic mem ber of the neighborhood was arranged by the South - school parent -teacher association and Mr. Schubert of Com munity Service which proved conclu sively the worth of the. movement he is representing. It is a cooperative ag ency , for the good of the entire com-- inferior baseball, that's been used, quickly losses its shape, through stretch ing at the seams. V Similarly, the appearance of a suit, thats been worn, depends upon the tailoring. The carefulness of the tailoring of our clothes is the carefulness that goes with the making of any worth - while thing. We guarantee their wear; 5 r- - They keep their SJi Suits and Overcoats of iiall wool materials and up : V-5 ffl oretz-Whitener QothingCo. "The Quality Shop" . : The Halloween idea was very J-munity and it : surely demonstrated 1 . - -1 - TT' 1. 1. 11 what can ne uone m mcKory oy an joining in to make our community one of neighbors. , ' - BUYS AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN EMI5ASSY IN JAPAN Tokio, Oct. 4. The Italian govern ment, whose embassy here was de stroyed by fire two .years; ago, has purchased the Austro-Hungarian em bassy, one of the finest buildings of its kind. The contents of the build in r were sold by 'auctionj, only the pictures, some of them quite valuable, being- reserved. The Germans arc still in their embassy, one of the grand old buildings of the city but with a much depleted staff. Of all the embassies, that occupied by the Amer ican representative is the least pre tentious. : ' " ' 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 do tne worm s Jiest Piano since 1837? If you will . sign the coupon below ancr mail to us at once, we' will be glad to send you our handsome catalogue. with-nripa rA terms on same. if May nard Brothers, u: ' . . . , Salisbury, N. C. - , :. ' Bear Sirs: PlcaCii.end me cat alogue, prices and" terras of'. the' KNABE Piano. . t ' . .r ' "... . .:.i::.Ksfr -'V. - - Name , ; Postoffice :J .. St. or R. P."D. J --Jl- State . Ji-i ---f Maynard Briiiff EMPIRE BLOCK SALISBURY, N. C 1f ; ipii!ffl!ffliffiilil!IIIi;il!!!l!!lni!!!!II!!! A Menu ANITA STEWART PASTIME TODAY - 1 j On Thursday afternoon the Do As You Please chib held a most enjoy able mee'ting with Miss Frank Alartin on Thirteenth avenue. 1 An open fire which glowed cozily and howls of pretty chrysanthemums reflected the warmth and cheer of the hostess' cordiality and ennanceri tne attractive interior of the Alartin home. The book for the day was "Hemp 'ield" by David Grieson. Aliss Alartin reviewed her book in a . very clever way, bringing out some of the out standing features. Criticisms were brief but to the point and the. review of the author was very much enjoy ed. Current events, culled ' for their information and; interest, were ex changed and conversation was a fea ture of the hour. , After adjourning to meet next witn Mrs. Carl D. Moore, the' hostess orveH a salad eoursc " and ' stuffed Adates." Maste i Wilson " pt the . grades mart ot the worw. v-' - Louis B.' Mayer assembled an ex cellent cast to support "Anita Stew art in "Her Mad. Bargain," the star's vehicle for First National " which is to be shown "at the Pastime Theatre today. In the' list as leading man is Walter AIc'Grail, who played a similar role with Aliss Stewart.. in her last picture, "Playthings o'Z Destiny' The balance of the cast contains Arthui Edmund Carew. Gertrude. Astoi Hel en Raymond, Adele Farrington and Ernest Butterworth. - -' ' "Her Alad Bargain" tells the 'story of a girl who is forced by circumstanc es to leave the secure, comfortable plane of fashionable society and strug gle for her very existence in the open The Tonic to Take which contains the greatest amount' of bone, muscle and brain-making protein is Syrup of Hypophosphites , It reduced the labor of digestion, gives greater nutrition, builds health, strength and itality, re stores bone; muscle and tissue. Price $1.00. ' v ' LutzDru: Store ; ON THE CORNER . Phones ,17 and 317. Buttercup Tea Rooii . .. - -f is -.4 -' V .. ... - -:. Sunday October 30, 1922 Dinner $1.00 p ; Cream of Celery Soup B . Individual Chicken Pies Tenderloin . Steak Steamed Rice Pickles Waldorf Salad Frozen Fruits Creamed Potatoes Candied Yams Celcry Hot Rolls : S- . Coffee . Bananas with WTiipped Cream Homemade Cookies ; Tea Potato Salad Apple . Pie . . . - Milk :- - ,' . .... . ... . . . -. - - ' . - li , ; t ' . r ; !.'r '- V - ' - ... . . . . i ... i - - - ,-' K i Olives J) J - j4 - 91 . W s li M A.' -i.i :;V. X .A. . i .ol ' fli'V; .BS .... E