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THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 23jJ
THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD PAGE FOURf M. P,'s a D Wte are receiving and will soon have on display the largest and most artistic line of;, fine Gold and Platinum Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass, Watches, Novelties we hve ever shown. We expect a heavy trade this year for Christmas and we advise early buying. "Make your selections early and we f will hold them for you. Mrs. W. C. Squires has returned from a short business trip to Atlanta. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Lawrence had as their guests last night Mr. unu Mrs. Ben Ncwland of Lenoir. o Judere W. B Councill is sDending the day in "Salisbury with his brother, Dr. J. B. Councill. o Mrs. F. A. Henderson and Mrs. R A. Grimes spent yesterday in Ashe- vnie. o Mrs. Annie Reud left last nis-ht for New York where she will spend the winter with her son, Mr. Robt. Reud. o Mrs. A. K. Joy returned yesterday to her home in Lenoir after a visit to Mrs. Geo. W. Killian. o Born to Mr. and Mrs. M. Craig Yoder at the Richard Baker hospital a son. Mr. and Mrs. gTw. Wilson of Statesville are soending a week rn the city visiting- relatives. Rev. C. M. Campbell McAdenville was a Hickory business ' visitor to day. Mr. Z. B. Buchanan, real estate deal er, has moved his oxiice to the second floor of the Public Utilities Company building. Mr. Fred Coffey of Boone, who is ill at the Richard Baker hospital, i-? .yetting along nicely his many frien.rs will be glad to learn. There will be a box supper at Peace academy school Saturday night, Nov- mer 25, at 7:30 o'clock. Also fish ponds for all. WITH MRS. LUTZ Geo. Ssanar lUo (ft Jeweler and Optometrist Waich Inspector So. and C. &. N. W. Rys. 555S5B In Temporary Home HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO General Insurance and Bonds OOf between First National nnd Southern Public Utilities Co. Advertise in the Record CDnc-nDCDannnnnnnonnonnnoonDnnnnnnnnnnD La- v iramia Football Game & CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. Thanksgiving Day, November 30 SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM Announces REDUCED ROUND TRIP FARES From all points, North Carolina To Charlottesville for this Big Game Special Train leaves Salisbury 9:00 p. m., November 29. Return ing leaves Charlottesville 1:00 a. m. December 1. Special sleeping Cars arranged on chartered and Berth Rate Basis. ' Sleeping Cars on Chartered Basis may be 'occupied in Char lottesville until 7:30 a. m.t November 30, and will be placed for oc cupancy 9:00 p. m., night of .November 30. Carolina Is Calling You Come On and "Let's Go." Mr. and Mrs. John Kenyon and children returned to Charlotte the first of the week after being guests of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Shuford. o There will be a meeting of the Parent Teacher association of the Windy City graded school tomorrow afternoon at o'clock. Mrs. E. C. Giles left this moraine: for Columbia, S. C, where she was called on account" of the illness of her sister. Mrs. E. A. Richardson. o Mr. J. A. Lane: returned todav froru Greenville where he spent the p few months. His many friends art delighted to have him back in Hick ory again. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Salassa came up Irom Charlotte todav and will ue guests for the week nd of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Elliott on Fifteenth street. Ward No. 1 of the Philathea class of the First Methodist church will meet Friday evening at 7:30 o'colck with Mrs. L. A. Deal oh Twelfth ave nue. . ' , i' o i - Rev. A. E. Hollar and " daughter. Miss Mary O.' Hollar of Anderson, S. C.. are eruests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Killian. Mrs". Killian is Mr. Hollar's sister. Miss R. Margerite Wilson arrived last mgnt ironi unicago to take un her work here as executive secretar of Community service. At present aht is stopoing at the Catawba Hovt-S. on Ninth avenue. o the Hickory Hand concert on Thanksgiving. night will be one of the feature attarctions of the eominc week.' Tickets 35 , and 50 cents, the nroceeds to go toward naviii"- for th band instruments. A large crowd is expected out. The Flora McDonald College Alum nae association of r Catawba county will meet Saturday afternoon at 3:30 with Mrs. C. V. Garth. Mr. R. H. Rice of the Publicity Department of the College will be a special guest. -Miss Precyous Hahn returned b.sc night from a delightful trip to Ashe ville where she spent several weeks. Today she and Miss Lillie Hahn went to Rutherford College to attend the funeral of their uncle, Mr. Harry Jensen,, who died suddenly yesterday morning. , The Pleiades Book club held a most delightful meeting yesterday after noon with Mrs. H. C. Lutz on Thir teenth . avenue. The .usual brines routine featured the opening of the meeting followed by a literary hour when the hostess introduced her book "Shodow of the East" -by the werl known author, E. M. Hull. .This book has unusual merits and these wf-e brought forth in thorough manner by Mrs. Lutz who also gave bright bits of criticism. The club books were generally" discussed and currents events were sharect After the ex change of books the meeting adjourn ed into an informal social half hour which was informal social half hour of. a' delectable luncheon at tables arranged invitinglyy about the living room. A delightful meeting adjourneo. and the club will meet two weeks hence with Mrs. F. A. Henderson. MRS. SHUFORD CLUB HOSTESS On Wednesday afternoon the Hick ory Book club met at the home of Mrs. A. A. Shuford. All members were present with one congenial guest, Mrs. Heald. Discussion of books erows in interest with , each meeting. Curreia events disclosed not much of interest bu t the visit of C'lemenceau who finds many admirers in the club. Mrs. A. A. Shuford then took ur ine topic for the afternoon, the book. I he man who did the right thin"-" and the author Sir Harry Johnston, a writer more known for travels and a more solid form of literature thai: fiction. The book has wonderful des criptions of Africa and more unknown places, making it of unusual interest. A regular Thanksgiving dinner ot turkey, cranberries and all the good things associated with the season was served in the dining room. A pleasant, meeting adjourned to meet next with Mrs. E. L. Shuford. MRS BAILEY ENTERTAINS The members of the Fortnitrht.lv Book club held one of the most, in teresting and delightful meetings in its history yesterday afternoon with Mrs. George Bailey as charming hos tess at her home on Thirteenth ave nue. The lower floor of the home was on- enend "ensuite and prettily decorated with quantities of chrysanthemums in which a color scheme of white and yel low predominated. The hour devoted to the literary nart of the meeting , proved of exceptional interest with the book for the after noon being "In the Days of Poor Rich ard,' by Irving Bachellor, one of the foremost writers of the day. Mrs. Bai ley s vivid description of her book awakened keen-interest in the guests and doubly, interesting and important was her, review?? oi the lite of Mr. Bachellor who is an intimate friend of her brother-in-law, Mr. Waldon Bailey of New York, also an author of abil ity. A personal letter from Mr. Bailey was read in which he enlarged on the personality of Mr. Bachellor. He gave a keen insight into the character of this prominent and gifted nian whose versatility with the pen has placed him in the ranks of great men. - Following the program a social hour was enjoyed when a beautiful three course luncheon was served in the din ing room which was artistically dec orated with fall flowers. The table was beautifully appointed and beside each plate was found a characteristic of the book, in the form of miniature bombs. When these were opened and the ex plosion had subsided, it was found that" each contained a bright, saying from the almanac of Richard. : Mrs. Richard Ballinger will enter tain the club at the next meeting which will be held on December G. t W Of S3 women candiclotes for Par liament in the British general t.ee tion, just over, only three vcro successful. Top to bottom: Lalv Alderton, Lady Nancy. Astor, Mrs, Wintringham. The last" two were re-elected. MRS. MARTIN HOSTESS a a a a a a a m m a m ra TVTrc W M Mnriin rloli oVit.f nil v on- - - 1 ' Mfl tertained the Cosmos Book club yes- j g terday ait'ernoon at her home o;i Thirteenth avenue. Mrs. Martin re ceived her guests in the living room which was arranged very attractively with potted plants and ure'ety chrys In -discussing -her book "My Anto E3 nia"by Willa S.'Cather,. the hostess; brought cut some very interesting- j facts-- and her thorough., comprehend sion of the book was a treat as sir.-j gayesa synopsis to.-4tfceckJ sketth ! of the author was given and this; part of the program was brought" ;o a close by reading a list of the au thor's writings. A social period followed the liter ary hour and during this time booTir. were ' exchanged ' and current events were continued. A beautifu" three course luiich?o-, was served with Mrs. Maude Booth as a special guest. The club adjournea to meet to weeks later with Mrs. K. E. Simpson. E8 fa m WITH MRS. RIDDLE SCOUT MEETING TOMORROW NIGHT Hickory, scouts, ti'oop. 1 will have a regular meetjng at 7 p. m. Friday night in the Kiwains hail. It is nec essary that every scout who has not paid his registration fee bring the money with him at this meeting." Plans for the Thanksgiving hike will be discussed and other interesting mat ters taken up. It is necessary that each scout be present. grids co easily! 1j 1 his proven remedy checks colds . before they de . velop into serious ailments. It soothes tired, scrctchy . thrpat3, loosens disagreeable phlegm and soon breaks up '.he cold. Now don't let your cold linger on ask your druggist for drying's HEW DISCOVERY syrup for coughs c? colas ; v, Call on Southern Railway Passenger and Ticket Agents for ? lurthcr Information. 4 R. H. GRAHAM, : j , Division Passenger Agent, ; Charlotte, N. C. ' Y"esterday afternoon the Wednes day Afternoon Book club held the semi-monthly meeting with Mrs. j. L. Riddle at her hospitable home on Claremont Heights. The meeting, at tended by seven members, was k very delightful one from every stano- point. "Province Town Players" was trie book for the day and instead of the unual critisism and review of the life of the author Mrs. E. B. Chne in a smooth, well modulated voice read one of the plays. Her reading as well as the theme of the play brought tortn much commendation from the guests and this part of the program was very appreciable. The usual routine of business wa: followed and the' books were exchang ed. A discussion of current events brought many interesting happening of the day. The social side of the meeting was featured by the serving of a delec table Thanksgiving luncheon in four courses in the dining room. Tabie decorations and (place Acards were suggestive of the approaching holiday season and the dining room presented a beautiful appearance with decora tions and immaculate table witn appointments of silver and linen. The club adjourned to meet two weeks later with Mrs. W. J. 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