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WFniUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 8, 1922.
PAGE FOUR THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD Hie Bisanar Store Service and Satiaf action j , You always get the best quality, latest Styles and lowest prices. Expert repairing promptly executed. ; Geo. E. Bisanar i ' Jeweler and Optometrist. Watch inspector So. and C. & N. W. By. In Temporary Home HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO General Insurance and Bonds OQm between First Nation and; Southern Public Utilities Co. Mew Gin MIL Depar tment We have, arranged a very pretty dis play of Gifts Shop Novelties for your par ties. '? GIFTS FOR EVERY OCCASION The Gift Room Novelties of tine Season The Van Dyke Shop Phone 48 This new sifjaivcoated glim delights young and old It Smelts in your mputn- ana tne gum in the (Renter remains to aid digestiton, brighten teeth and soothe moTiith and throat '-" r - Tliere are the other W R I G LEY friends to choose from, too: I' ' "W1 1 -. J - - - , 1 Mr." Dick Hodges of Paris, Texas is visiting, his cousin Mris. W. T. Hilton. - jVtrs. M. T. Whitesides and mother, Mrs. Key, have returned from a month's visit to South Carolina. Mrs. C. M. Young and son, Chas. Jr., of Connelly Springs were Hickory visitors this morning. ' Mrs. D. J. Suttlemyre is quite ill at her home on Tenth avenue, her "many friends will regret to learn. "v m r Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Cline and Rev and Mrs. F. A. Freed are spending. the day in Charlotte. The 0. Henry Book club will meet Saturday afternoon instead of tomor row. Miss Jessie Byrd will be hostess at the Teacherage on Tenth avenue. Members .of'the First Baptist church are urged to be on time to night to hear Dr. E. W. Sikes of Coker ' College. Mrs. W. S. Davis ' and son. af ter being guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. "Wiarlick, returned to their home in Statesville today. 'Ward 4 of the Philathea class of the LFirst Melodist church will meet with frs. D,iB.: Taylor Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. . - a--.;- wq an'kt'Hfr. Martin of Lenoir were? guests for: several hours this morning of Mrs.' J? T. Walton, stop- i pinjar over on their; way to Wayne-s-ville. . o Rev. and Mrs. W. O. Goode left to day for a visit to Greensboro, Winston-Salem and Raleigh, to be gone about ten days. They made the trip by motor. o The Philathea class of the First Baptist church will meet Friday even ing at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Frank Henderson on Thirteenth avenue. Miss Captola Beck will b associate hostess. THE SILENCE A song between two silences Life sings, A melody 'twixt' night and patient, night. He strums his lute against the fading light, To gild the shadow that the gloam- ing brings,'- And Love is but! a plucking of the strings, A throb of mufsic staying music's flight, '! A little note that hardlv -.shall re quire Thine outstretched hand th.it mars Life's lute-playings. Yet, when the last faint echo of that note, ' , Has stirred ' the cypress-leaves at even-tide.1 ' When night . has jstilled forever Life's white throat, And his gold lute lies shattered by his side, We two . shall follow through a world remote ; ' The silence Were into Love's music died. Archibald MacLeish. LONGVIEW SCHOOL PUTS ON DIRECTED PLAY Mr. H. D. Schubert' of Community service visited the Longview school this morning at the invitation of Mr, Long principal and directed the chil dren in games and athletics during the recess period. The Parent-Teacher as sociation of this school will give a program in cooperation with Com- NSW FALL FASHION Q I S ' I l I x 1 COPYRIGHT BY M CALLS f4A ifT Q . a la iJEKK-Vr. Agents For "Gossard" rront L.ace corsets s fi have secured the agehcy for the fnous "Gossard" Corbet,' the origirT nal and best known to AA Fpnt Lace, Prices-P- V"y"; Tivo SDecials d0 AA each xclusive Agency For $2.00 .if The "FROLASET" wi Dorset . - A great" many people believe this is tb;jVery best Front d0 to & C t A lafe cornet, made V- JUJU Exclusive Agency For lTheBON.TON,, ji Corset - Tl is the Queen of d ba lace corsets pl LEGION AUXILIARY HAS MEETING Several - matters of importance to iiauon wiin win- T ;,;1; - j- j munity service in the school building ' 'ZMJlT and on the cam-pus on next Monday i IV , "."1 , .r-'L Ir j evening at. 7 o'clock. Community sing- j yete uay ax ing, games and stunts wi be direct- ""Vi n a i .u a u m e,,uv. Mrs. Grimes presented several sub jects to be acted .upon and a rummage Little Miss Edna Furman arrived from Charlotte today to spend sev eral days with her grandmother, Mrs Mozelle Furman. The little girl's mother, Mrs. Henry Furman, passed through today for Asheyille to at tend a convention and will return to Hickory for the week end,. ;Mr. J. M. Oglesby of Concord, who is a member of the state speakers' bureau ot the American legion, will be the principal speaker at the Armistice Day celebration Friday night. Mr Laurie Deal,, adjutant ofc the ; local post of the American legion had a telegram today from Mr. Oglesby acT. cepting the invitation to speak here. - 5A- COMMUNITY SERVICE RECREATION TOMORROW The weekly community play and recreation get-togethfer will.be held in the legion hall tomorrow evening vat 7:30 o'clock under the "auspices of Community Service. New games and stunts are to be givh and those who have attended thesl - gatherings are asked to mention the program -of tomorrow to their friends. Other sec tions of this territory are , becoming as interested in the Community Ser vice program as is true in Hickory. MRS. SHUFORD BRIDGE HOSTESS Mrs. Harold Shuford delightfully entertained her bridge club and oth er guests at three tables of bridge yes terday alternoon at her home on Six teenth street. After a series of interesting games Mrs. Chas.'Mehzies, Jr., received the club prize for -makingtop score. The visitor's high scoreprize was present ed to Mrs. John Bohannon while to MisfAlice Evans of Shuqua laq, Miss,, a charming visitor in the city, Mrs. STiuford presented a&ws&pr ike I A delectaBlq salad course WithVtemptinff ccesriesi was -served "followed "by mints. Those playing were Miss Evans and Mesdames Jos. L. Murphy, John Geit ner, O. H. Hester, Richard Ballinger, C. V. Garth, Earl Mullen, John Bo hannon, Chas Menzies, Jr., llobert Moss, John Cilley, Jr., and Hazel Ai ken. MISS SHERRILL HOSTESS The Virginia Dare Book club held one of the most enjoyable meetings, in its history Tuesday afternoon with Miss Nancy , Sherrill as hostessl Nine members answered roll call with the name of one of O. Henry's works, and Misses Virginia Menzies and Viteau, Pickron were welcome guests. Follow ing this a very interesting sketch of the life of O. Henry was givpn by Miss Charlotte Payne and Misses Louise Cline and Kathryn : Setzef each read one of his stories. J Election of officers followed. Presif dent, Miss Nancy Sherrill, vice-president Miss Louise Cline; secretry, Miss Charlotte Payne; treasurer, Miss Elizabeth Wolff. The club then decid ed to hold -its meetings on Tuesday, instead of Wednesday, as before. At the close of the social hour the guests were invited into the dining,! - 1- . 1 If T 1 . ''t iuuin, wnere aeucious saiaa, coxiee, sandwiches; hot biscuits, . pickles and sted nuts were served. The club adjourned to meet in two weeks, with Miss Elizabeth Abemethy. " tsooKs seiectea ior the club year were: ' ; - The City of Fire, Grace Livingstone Lu.zJ Nurse Benson, Justine Huntly McCi:Ttny 5 Tne Breath of Scandal, Edwin palmer; The Valley of Content, Blanche cT9ght ; Peregrine's ' Prog ress, Jeffry ,Farnol; The Flaming Jawel. Robert vW. Chambera; The Country Bevond.' James Oliver CuFi wood; The Day orthe Beast, Zane Gray;. Carnac's Folly', Parker; Viola Jwyn, George. Barr McCutchen. ed bv Mr. Schubert on this occasion Mr. Weston Clinard will also be on hand to give some of his inimitable imitations for the first time n that neighborhood. Several other features will be included. BEAUTIFUL FLOWER GARDEN Mrs. Henry F. Deitz on Fourteenth street has one of the prettiest late flower gardens in Hickory which is being admired by hosts of friends. She has three rows of beautiful chrysanthemums across the entire length of her garden, three on the east side and one on the south side. Heie:are masses' of huge blossoms of twenty-one varieties . of chrysanthe mums, arranged as to coloring so as to .display to the best advantage their delicate nastel shades. ' Mrs. Deitz devoted only her leis ure time to the growing of these flow ers but their aboundant flowering and the quality of the blossoms are sfplen- dict awards of her efforts. The chrys anthemums are of a large size ana the hundreds, of blossoms make an un usually pretty sight. - - . i MUSIC CLUB vWITH MRS. BA TLRY ine nome oi ivirs. ueorge caney was tne scene o; a aengntiui oc casion last night when she - was hostess at the fortnightly meeting of the Hickory4 Music club. ' Decorations of fall flowers with ac cessories of foliage and pretty shaded lights added to the beauty of the Occasion and reflected the warmth of ' he hostess' cordial hospitality. Guests inaddition to music club members Tyere Miss Alice liivans ot csn-aqiia lac. Miss., houseguest of Mrs. Harold Shuford, Mrs. George C. Yoder and Mrs. E. Bryan Jones. The composers for the prograr were Haydn and Mozart of widespread ame and at roll call the members named a composition of these notable writers of music. An intfirestinf rorrram was eiven the club's talented misicians giving the followirg: Duet AndanteTroni the "Surprise Symphony", Haydn, Mrs. Cilley, and Miss Seagle. Voice "The Shenherd's Song," Haydn, Mrs. E. L. Shnofrd. Voice "With Verdure Clad,", from he "Creation", Hkydn, Mrs. C. R. Warlick. fcv -. PianoJFantasia an c -nitior No. 18, Mozart. Mrs. .T. H. Hat-her. Reading "Mozart and his Golden Age," Mrs. George Bailey. V tfe vVoice "TheV)let" Mozart, Miss Virginia Allen. ""J ' Piano A movemeat f-1 - - ,a Mozart Sonata, Mrs. Geo. W. Hall. Voice "Lullaby," ; Mozart' Mrs. Tohn Geitner. i , Piano "The Marriage of Figaror, Mozart, Mrs. J. H. Matcher. ; Voice "Come , Shall I Tell Thee" from" "Don" Juatt'', Mozart, Mrs. J. Murphy. Piano "Gypsy Rondo", Haydn, Mrs A. B. Hutton. ; At the close of the urogram a social hour was enjoyed 1 featured "' by the serving of delectable zretreshments n courses at small' tables. sale to beheld at an early date was talked over. All auxiliary membeys and others who are interested are asked to lay aside anything they have for the sale and committees for gath ering the articles will be announced through the Record sometime soon. Kenilworth hospital will be dore away with soon and the boys who are inmates will be sent to- other hos pitals. Hickory Post No. 48. American legion, assisted- by the auxiliary, have been looking after a soecial ward at Kenilworth. This ward has been abol ished tut the boys occupy different wards in the hospital and the inter est of the Hickory-people in them is still keen. Plans are under way for an entertainment and celebration .it Kenilworth on armistice day, prob ably the last the boys there will hnve together, and- the auxiliary yesterday voted to rend up a substantial con tribution for Dunn's orchestra which will nlay for the boys from 3 to 6 o'clock "on armistice day. Mrs. R. A. Grimes, commandant of the iocai or ganization and others will iprobaoly attend from here. Other mliiuir matters were Vie-.cuased 1ut these were tabled util the regu lar meeting of the auxiliary. to $4.50 Just 'received three specials at 1.00, $1.50" $2.00 Arm W I . toif - D lri wML a ft; fesSRRp, a MM I mm s "PRACTICAL FRONT CORSET TMs is the surgical corset endorsed by a great many hospitals and Prtfes ILL:...:..:..:..::;..:..:. Si Renublicah leaders predict that they will have a majority of forty-four in the house of representatives, while ths r)emo"-'rat3 claim a majority. Making due allowances, the natural conclusion is that the Republicans will have about twenty majority. Durham Herald. JAMES FRANK CARRIKER, J$. Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Carriker of Winston-Salem announce the birth of a son, James Frank, Jr., on Tues day November 7. Mrs. Carriker was formerly Miss Kathryne Peterson of Hickory. a a a a a a a a (9 a a a a a a a a a a a n a Exclusive agency for the "Model" Brassiere Prff5 --: - -Tr Exljusive agency for the "De-Bevoise" Brsiere. Prices Exclusive agency for the "Comfort" Brassieire. J QQ to QQ $3.00 $4.50 50c to $2.00 50c 10 $2.00 S! Hi iA AGENCY FOR THE "VANTINE" Sftjg undef(wear : 1- ' EXTRA SPECIAL 50 Zfine All Silk GVowns, val ues to $10.00 $j95 cach EXTRA SPECIAL 60 'all silk" Teddyvs, value to ?5.00 Ay An each m 1 - .:.:.: .. ... ...... P L O a a D o a a n a D D D a a a a a o D D a D O a a n a D a a a a a a a a D EXCLUSIVE AGENCY! fOR "MUNSINGWEAR"' a" vAv'. The Peer of all the knit underwear lines. Pric, R..-......;.... t, "ASCHER KNIT" goods l:::J:. The, liiQer cent Pure Wool Line $4to$7.50' 'W $1.00 10 $5.00 50c t0 $1.50 75c pr SWEATKR 3 aijd j ptece, suits 3wlter Saques TsTI.. &aas (sm lntts andOC-to Wool Booths UOK. This the greatest line of infants knit goods made in this country. . n a a -r - a - - n GET RID OF THAT "PED FEELING' DO jifeeljift down, ndtlhalf-r' sick all the time? Are you thin, . paje, easUystircd-M) t exiergy.(no. : amWttofcnpejM m. x NwiUs fctiSe TRmM dude's' ' PeptOrMangaoi It will brace you up, give ytt a delightful felksg of vigor and ambition, enrich your blood, build firm, solid flesh, and bring the healthy color back to your skin. Your druggist has Gude'sLiquid or solid, as you prefer. Glides pepto-Manan Tonic and Blood Enricher 9C Watch This Space Jeweler ESSE and learn where to get Dependable Goods at lowest prices if - Optometrist NEW SPECIALS JUST RECEIVED a a a a a a a a a a D a Imprte4f:ag and Linen Bertha und Bramley ; r A to Coillr md Cuft'Sets :..;. DUC aaalte'' suedine gloves "meyers gaunlett kid gloves "fWlmScloggs" parasols a a a ci ci Q n 4i2 Ii i'; $1.50 :$i.oo vir $2.50 pair $1.00 to $7.50 a a a o n Jbleorcsyf m. T r - "Holeproof" Silk Hosiery $1.50 to $3.50 SC "Gordons" Hosiery 50c tD $2.50 "Hummingbird" Silk Hose $1.50 ?f 'Bursons" Novelty Hosiery 50c to $1.50 pair "Corticello" Sil? 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