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THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 2, 1922.
THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD PAGE FOUR WITH MRS. HOWARD m m AM ' 111 KM M i si ! m m 111 The Bisanar Store Service and Satisfaction . You always get the best quality, latest Styles and lowest prices. Expert repairing promptly executed. Geo. E. Sisamar- Jeweler and Optometrist Watch inspector So. and C. & N. W. JM Born to Mr. and Mrs'. G. V. Wvant on Tuesday, October 31, a daughter, . Messrs. E.. E. Menzies and L. F. Ab- ernethy motored to Bristol, Term., to day on a business trip, 'ry : Mrs. Hugh D'Anna has 'returned from a visit of several weeks to Cin cinnati, Ohio. Ward No. 1 of the Philathea class of the Methodist church will meet to night at 7 :30 with Miss Nina Frye - Rev. and Mrs. W. O. Goode have returned from Charlotte where they spent several days this week. o Miss Ermona Sherrill will entertain the Epworth League of the First Meth odist church tomorrow evening at her home on North Fifteenth street. COMMUNITY CLUB TOMORROW In Temporary Home HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO .General Insurance and Bonds Offic between Firat National and Southern Public Utilities Co, ' Circle No. 2 of the Methodist Phila thea class will meet with Miss Rache Pollard o Ninth avenue tomorrow ev ening at 7:30 o'clock. The Senior Philathea class of the First Presbyterian church will meet at the home of Mrs. W. B. Ramsay tomorrow evening at 7:30 o clock. AN ERROR IN CALCULATION . . Host (to guest, a retired doctor) "And did; you ever, made a. serious mistake in your diagnosis?" Giiest "Yes, one serious one I once treated a patient for indigestion and she could easily have afforded ailpend5.citis!" The Passing Show (London). 1 at ki mm No Other Tire Tempto Goodyear Users i. There are still thousands who,, think that one tire is much, like another. But the largest single group of tire buyers in America evidently does not think so. tCheproof of this is, that they continue to buy one. Goodyear equipment after another year after year, - they did ; not prefer Goodyear Tires ' tb any others,they would surely be tempted away by the. "' special deals offered on scores of other. makes, But they are not tempted away. ; JSoodyear branches, Goodyear Service Station . Pealers, Goodyear salesman all saythe same thing -that these customers Buy, and buy; and buy" - k&- . ;-Jr - ' , : v ' Goodyear buyers are sanS, MeW4ieadedcareft4; !f Eyera like yourself, ley firmly believe in Goodyear quality and Goodyear features, because they have found that they make, these tires go farther, last longer and co cost less in the end. Chereare several Goodyear Service Stations in tlxkary where Goodyear users can get -Good . year Tires and Goodyear Service. Go to any of them, when you want tires. Take advantage of $te economy and satisfaction they offer you. Si I Mr. C. T. Bridges and daughterof Springfield, S. C, are guests' for scv jeral days of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Latta .on Fifteenth street. Mrs. J. E. Gregory and little; daugh ter, Alda Katherine, arrived this morn ing from Charlotte to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Deal. Mrs. P. D. Drum and pretty lit tle 'daughter, Virginia, returned to their home in Lenoir this morning af ter visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Propst. Mi-rf. S. L. Whitener left last night for S-'ilisburq. to visit her daughter, Mrs. Frank Link. From Salisbury Mrs. While".' viii ;ro tu Chapin to visit tM'f uaiivLttr, Mrs. Frick. Ward 1 of- the Philathea class of the X' irst iVAClftoaist cnuren wm meet to morrow evening at 7:30 o'clock with Mrs'. j Kfpcy Sherrill on Sevehteouth t'trceU . ' '-''" . ; Rev";- S. R. Gaignard ofastonia.and i'.ev. S. B. - Stroirp have- gone ; to Asheyi'ile' to attend a meeting'' c '?:-.-t lutive committee tof rthe; ? Western North Carolina Diocese the Episco pal church.' 1 . . ,.' The November meetirig of the Com munity club will be held tomorrow af ternoon at 3:30 o'clock in the court room of the Municipal building. A fea ture of the meeting will be an address by Mrs. Alice T. Bassett, county Red Cross nurse, on some topic of vital interest. The devotional exercises will be conducted by Rev. Chas R. W. Keg ley, pastor of Holy Trinity Lutheran this meeting as some business matters of interest will be brought up. A report irom the Halloween fete on Tuesday night will be given and plans will be uniolded tor an-opera which the club has m view. ' All club members are urged to be on hand promptly at 3:30 o'clock. KNOTT-HOLLAR ' - .r .' A marriage that will come as a great surprise to the many friends of the young couple took place in Wilson on Saturday when Miss Elsie Hollar of Hickory became the i bride of Mr. Charles Knott of Goldsb'oro. Ihe bride went to the eastern part ot the state several weeks ago to visit riends and while with friends in Golds- boro' thi wedding took clace. ' -Mrs; Knott is the youngest daughter; of . Dr. and Mrs. O. L.':H6llar- aridris' a;iybung lady of refinement and charm. She has a splendid education having:, attended school for a number of" years at the school tor the deaf and dumb at Mor Vficitprdrt .'afternoon Mrs. . O. , JpC Howard .was hostess to the New Eraj club at her home at the Howard Kickory : nu?s;5ry in .'Longvitv, the meeting being one, of the most de- iiVVift'iil nf tho -faU fipfles ' At roll call all members with the' exception of two were present, answ ering roll call with quotations from the club books. Visitors ading much interest to the meeting with their presence were Mrs.- Hiram Balch, Mrs. Keith Kennedy and Mrs.JC L- Mosteller. ' "! Halloween idea's " predominated in he . artistic decorations arranged throughout the home. Pretty fall flow ers of the Dastel shades and dimmed lights added much to the beauty ot the scene. The usual routine of business mark ed the opening of the meeting which was presided over by he president, Mrs. Ca.rrie GamMp Croongs from a former member, Mrs. J. W. Clark son, who is making her home in Vir ginia were read to the club. Mrs. Clarkson was a charter member and her absence from v the meetings are deeply regreted. The hostess' book was "Fair Har bor" by Joseph C. Lincoln and in giv ing her review and criticism Mrs. Hoyard brought out some of the most ! interesting phases of the chapters. a synopsis ot the life of the author was given wih understanding. iuoiiuuumg tno study oi "The Am ericanization of Edward Bok," several- chapters were read from this book, which was contributed hv - Mr; D. M. McComb followed by a general discussion. The social hour oroved nnnsnn11v enjoyable and was , featured . hvt th serving of a delectable salad"5, rnvr withSf accessories followed by hot eotiee. I'artnors for? tjiip eribtli welv chosen by II. IT M M M - . . E M M M MM 0 I Si store useful - " . , ' W?irh m n n 1 1 v purpose of this is to perform a function in this We like to think of the store as the representa tive of its customers in the markets of the world r matching hand naint-;! I autumn 1 ganton. The young couple have a hostf.Tr.. -ahiroA ti i,.,(.. .;.::;,':' of friends 'thi;6iJghout tHe'rtate. ; ' The club adjourned Vo W in Mr. Ivnott is Originally irom .Lilies-:r weeks witli Mve t nr;i.n . ville but' holds'a -responsible 'position!''. --' ' ' " ' at Goldshoro' where' he and "his bride T PRIZE WTTvfVRRS ttsi h at t rwxrwr will make their home. i f A l? A ni? 1 :'v" r :::::t'i; ' .-v:. - -v'----1:, COMMUNITY SERVICE : Best looking adlt: w FUN .FEST TONIGHT , Miss Pearl Bumgarner. 1902 lOth'-jiv.. inue: adult grotesque. -John T Mnr-! shall Van Dyke Shop; best 1 oik ing co , Expert , in buying, your i -store -seesjEdy it that the s reaching you are ferly priced, hqiriestly corrective lashion- mde Mrs. ' C. R. Watson and 'son, Mas ter McDonald, have returned from In diana where they were called oh. ac count of the illness of Mrs. Watson's mother. Mrs. Watson's many; friends will be delighted to know that her mother is much improved. The Business' and Professional Wo men's club will meet this evening at 7:30 o'clock promptly, at the Butter cup Tea Room. After a short business session the club will adjourn to attend the fun feast in the legion hall staged by the Community Service representa tive, Mr. H. D. Schubert. "Miss ' Minnie Gwaltney will return this ' evening from Oteen where she spent several days visiting her ward. Miss GTOitney put on a party xor Ward 1-7 Tuesday evening, the Hal loween favors" nd refreshments being sent up from Hickory through her ef forts. , y 0 Mr. L. L. Suther has a damzon tree on which the flowers iire blooming and the fruit, about a third grown, is making a desperate effort to bear a second crv. It will not do it. however. Mr. Suther says the tree presents an aid spectacle with fruit and blossoms on it in November. Thf fnn ffista Thiirsrlnr pvpniriiTc under the auspices .of Hickory Co S ' S ffi Margaret filar); munity service have become , f ixtuiCS ; S 'lltS lH6 ' 'o in Re minds, of our: citizens.! Tonight 00 ll will be no exeception and there will ' ta Mt- r 1? o ' " ' be-fun galore after the first whistle Ttiv- ' v V 1 Vr l-uh S1"1"?" blows .at 70 o'clock.. PfR ,inH,,. J?. Lyerly. Mrs. W. N. Ba.;s, Mr IS years of iige will ;not be permitted T" :vv ;vV"f"' wc. to take. (part in these orograms. : Pro- tf, lY'- i"' T ,a,iea , 0 v'n'HSr arams. are c-Jvpti iiv thfv ..W-nn! hall b M''- VV. J. Shuford oi the Com over "the . Standard .Garage. . - ': :: mun'ty club. New- games and sfcmts are osvthe t tc c tV? r t "fp irpr a . rrA.- ,t !i.st; to i be presented- byi' II: rD Sc.hu i fff 111 UTE. HE,.D AT SI AR1 0 N bert of Community Service at the! , , , t:-trp-oih(M- this Pvr7iinn- pronpf tp. ! -' J. ne: msmute neio unaer tne ansnices eel . 1 'niv (OOO A- I .1 1! ' rwAeaaers ders on';? - I I get-together creation helps a community ..to vbSi Vi?-" lu!1 innwmry society or ivhole- iwioiiiieu cnuren was largely at- sonled.- The right sort of play develops I terdedat Startown on yesterday. Mi character. For' little ehiMren this . uk Qi ms city presmecl. Jl-s is God's way of educating thern; Community -.service , affords an op portunity for the .demand" fojc.pprihnj exctement after hours spent in the sh6p, office or store . by activities which, will be health, promoting and character .developing. Recreation ' cen- C.; C.- Bos t" of this city presided. M''? KrmiMeKoS'if.Ohio; and ti:-ci dent of the General Synodical society ihd'-alMrKiJiril.-Applo f Hootl College, F rederick, Md., made address es. All" the -churches ,in, this section were well represented. ' " lhe -.largest delegation was from tars. Community smffincr. dramatics, sv.orintn cnuren, iiicKoi y. inece were page'ants, swimming, and . other'-;-ath- j-f rom ' .this congregation. The day prov- etics are hiithly serviceable m en- ed to be a very proiitable one and couragmg.a community spirit. ; .aii mucn. interest yras. mamtestea m th these are incorporated in the Com- cause of missipns and the work of mumtv Service nrosrram. . ' women, Schaffaer arx en- 4-L ,5Tiae community thru thissi: are. - - " ' iL" &' ' .? ? firihnnNPnMiMinitiiiiiHiHMniiHnKMf.ninnfx")R imuuUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUULhUUULJIJULmmwH II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II II. If II II II II II II !! II II !i II II II 1; II II II II II 11: . II II II II i The Best Tires at Any Price That is what you get when jyou bay Good year Cords. 1 i- Their unusual resilience enables thevn to give easily and recover, quickly after hit ting bumps in the road. They make riding a real comfort. a a a a a n u a a I1RS. P.LALOCK BRIDGE IIOSTFS One of the most interesting of the parties of the week was that of -yesterday-wiien .Mrs. Ruth Blalock en tertained the Wednesday Afternoon (Bridge club at two tables of bridge at the home ot Mr. and MrsA. Aiex ?Uiuf ord on Thirteenth avemie. Fall flowers, yellow chrysanthe- naunas predominating, formed the de corations winch were . nrusticaiiy ar ranged about the rooms, The high scorp nrize was won by Mrs. E. ; B. r.MnP while the consolation leu to Mrs. T. . A. Mott. A beautiful two course luncheon was esrved after the srame . with Mils Shuford as a specill guest for this neriod. - T - . . -a . . Those nlavine- were iviesaames James C. Shuford, T A Mott, W. Shuof rd. F,Vr HeniJcrson, E. Cline, H. C. Lutz and George Lyerly, The sturdy construction of Goodyear Cords, supported by Heavy Tourist Tubtes, assures long, troublefree service. We have your size ready for instant ap plication. ' , -, . - ' Drive around and let us show you thafc Goodyear Cords are the most, economical and satisfactory tires you can buy. a a a a a a a a a n u o a n a H k a n MRS. ABERNETHY HOSTESS Standard Garage & Sales COMPANY. Phone 210 Hickory, N. C. 'I I - : W - . ' '-. "r. ' : . : ':' With six tables for cards and an addi tional table for, luncheon guests Mrs. L. F. Abernethy delightfully enter tained the Tuesday Limited Auction club together with a number of friends at her home on Thirteenth avenue Tuesday afternoon. - Pretty chrysanthemums, deftly ar ranged, formed attractive decorations throughout the rooms where the game was played. Mrs. George C. Yoder made highest score among the club members and received a prize while the. visitors, high score prize was pre sented to Mrs.. S. H.: Farabee.- Delec table , refreshments were served ; at the conclusion of., the game. .Club members and visitors playing were Mesdames ;.Kichard Bailinger, Norwood Bass, Alex Hall, Geo. N. Hut ton. E. B. Menzies, Walker Lyerly, J L. Riddle, Geo. C Yoder, Jos. L. Mur phy, C.'L. .Hunsucker, J. H. Dillard, E. L. Shuford, Harold Shuford, Chas Menzies, Jr., Dan Chatham, George Lyerly, Fred Abernethy, S. H. Farabee, Telis Miller, W. N. Martin, F. B. Ingold, S. B.; Stroup and Misses Emily Langley and Miss Alice" Evans, of Shu- qualac, Miss. Other guests were Mrs. Geo. Bailey. Mrs. H. P. Williams Mrs. Nobel Shumate and Mrs. N. E. Aull. . . . , v 1 .Tin - a Hloretz-Wmte JULES BRAZIL jL . ,. -....V. I ' , f r ft-tr - si WfW LnaDDDDLJLJU ' W-w ' - . y";: --:.wmm' y i s - - - fill ft & C rdl - - I 5 . him IW t iH.ri' 2 ct hnr, v . ' Mm' ."I HICKORY ner "The Quality Shop" tklhm Co. V Subscribe to the Hickory Daily Record. $5 a Year onnQoqnnncannnnnDQnonnonnnDL1 J? D D a a a a a B ,18 a a B a a a B a a a J. PARKER of Charlotte 3wHbn - . i . . .. . r . i Republican Candidate for Governor vJt19?? address the voters o tawba County in th AUDITORIUM 1 fc; v v ; A. U . t ....... 5 a November 3, at 8 pi m. i are invited to hear one of the State's ablest men present the issues m a cleaiy frank J? v manner WorMrFamoua Kiwanian who is to" bequest otiPf tlickorv fOWnshin Rpmihlfnrhni Hickory Kiwanis club at ladies' night next Wed-jg r r nesdav eveninQr' Mr. Brazil ia rated as onp. of the;ri , - r greatest entertainers on the American c6ntinentvi"czzz"nz:zzbn"z:-"z a a a a B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B B i 3 3 - 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 a a a a a a a n a a -) a a a a n a a I