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WEDNESDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 29. 1922. ; '
llj l . . Mrs P.' w!' Carpenter of Convj - yJ . visiUng her daughter, Mrs. DY.? h. . : .T ' --' A ) J L lvX MTN I tel n Mrs. Clyde V. Price left today ! for I still imgffdTo bla1ive, V? -SAr Ulu l fwl I i ilj-g5sw mUnh IMjITll ' Ml'S., Robert V. Moss will (intpvfnm the Do As You Please fhih PriVlnv afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. OuTloL'ram'frore'fho dawn, I ' Jj&'f&lUFm IjJ ' It i j fPrV7, (A ill;' ' . Wc 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 have ever shown; We expect a heavy trade this year for Christmas and we advise early buying. Make your selections early and we will hold them for you. Eibaniar Jeweler and .Optometrist V'WiitcJQnspecitbr.Sb. and G. &. N. W. Rys. In Temporary Home HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO General Insurance and Ofl btwtB Firat National and Southern Public Utilities Co. Advertise in the Record Christmas matters KODAKS AND KODAK SUPPLIES CHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS CHILDREN'S TOYS TRICYCLES COMPLETE LINE OF .STATIONERY OFFICE SUPPLIES EVERYTHING IN BOOKS 4 ; The Vm Dyke Shop f .. ' . The Communitv c nh will ttioAf . TTvi' dy afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in-tHe court room of the Municipal building. Circle NO. -3. Of the First Uanfiat church will meet Friday afternoon at 3 o clock with Mrs. Russel Pooe. Miss Sarah Town?pnrl nf T.onmV -iwili pe me guest over Thanksgiving of Miss Lmma Bonnpr O Miss Louis Hanna went to Raleigh wiis morning to attend the North Car olina leachers' assembly Rev. D. F. Hamrick of Thomasville will conduct the Thanksgiving service at tne iirst Baptist church tomor row morning at 10 o'clock. Mrs. Karl -W. Broom and lnvlv little daughter. Nancv. are snpndiniv the Thanksgiving holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sills, at Alh. marle. o Mr. Elbert Ivey is soendiner the re mainder of this week in Forest Citv in the interest of the Southern Desk company. Miss Theresa Williams of Wilson ar- ived in the city today to be a guest over the rhanksgnling hohdavs of Mrs. Robert V. Moss. -o Mr. C. C. Bost and Mr. Carroll C. OSC. Jr.. Will snend tnmniTnw with Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bost near Morjran- ton and hunt for a part of the day. I thought it better still tn soo. u:ii :..t.. ' The first snow of the seasc It gave me rare delight Like lace of finest : texture. It robed the . higher slopes, And made me think of Paradise, The land of all my hop?s. The rain of yesterday even' v To snow by dawn had turned. A God-send to the. country side, 'Where forest fives had 'burned. And weary men are glad, To see the hills of snow, For it means surcease of fighting The forest's deadliest foe. And today we're thankful, or snow as tor the rain, For summer davs and autumn hs, For joy and also pain, - There will be a cake walk at the Mountain Grove school house Fri day night December 1. The proceeds will go to the benefit of the school, -j o Mrs. E. B. Menzies has returned from a delightful visit to Virginia and New York where she spent thepast two weeks. 1 There will be an important meeting of both Scout troops in the Kiwanis hall Friday night and all members are urged to be present. Mr. Harold Essex arrived home last night from the University to spend Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Essex. Mrs .R. M. Bumgarner, Miss Delia Bumgarner and Mrs. J. L. Friday are ill at their home on Tenth avenue, their many friends will regret exceed igly to learn. The .fire department was called out late yesterday afternoon in response to an alarm near the standpipe, but the fire was out before the truck reached the scene. , For all are ministers nf life. And make it rich indeed. In blessed and abiding wealth, Abundant tor our need. N. S. HOAGLAND. Hickory, N. C, Nov. 28. COMMUNITY CLUB FRIDAY The December meeting of the Com munity club will be held Friday after noon at 3:30 o'clock in the court room of the municipal building. It is hoped to have Miss R. Mar guerite Wilson of the Community Ser vice present to make an address be fore the club. The meeting will be im portant and all members are urged to be present. ; t ' HUNT-ISENHOUR Mr. Dwight L. Hunt and Miss Louise Isenhour, two popular young people, were united in marriage Moijday ev ening at the Methodist parsonage bv Kev. C b. Kirknatrick in the nresenee of a few friends. The groom for four years has been employed in the office of Johnson's Garage and is an energet ic and competent y6uhg man. His bride, who is a -daughter of Mr. and1 Mrs. S. A. Isenhour, is one of the pret tiest young ladies in Hickory, and has hosts of friends and well wishers. For the present they are residing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isenhour on Fif teenth avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Hunt went to Ashe- ville today to spend Thanksgiving. THANKSGIVING PARTY Some members of both Scout troops will leave here tomorrow afternoon for the river, where they will spend the week-end in their cabin. The boys will have a big time. Mrs. E. G. Harris of Chester, S. C, is visiting her mSther, Mrs. Geo. Her man on Tenth avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Harris are moving from Chester to Charlotte. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Cline left today for Asheville, where tomorrow Mr. Cline will attend the Dokie con vention. Mtessrs. Noble Shumate and Harvey Wilfong will be initiated into the mysteries of the' order. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Watson and son, McDonald, left today for Princeton, Ind., where they will make their home in the future. During their three years' residence in Hickory Mr. and Mrs. Watson made many close friends who will regret to give them up. The Mec ord calls attention to a two- page ad. known in the shop as a "dou- ble spi'ead, oi Bryson-onyuei-uuiaiu Company announcing some unusual values in this big store. From Bar rvnni Rnepment tn the second, floor, where ladies' ready-to-wear is display ed. Manager Dillard has reduced prices but the values remain nigu. workmen have finished the tile front in the store and it looked gooo louiiy. D. A. R. WITH MRS. WHITENER The .Tnhn Hovle chapter D. A. R. held I the regular monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. s. i- wniwn. Deports were submitted Dy xne un- ferent committees ana several .uvV.ofc were enrolled. Tl, recent. Mrs. li.. li. onuiuiu, m n 1 , gave an account x vention held at High Point. After tHe business session, mu Whitener, assisted by Mrs. Rowe, serv ed a tempting salad course. MRS HALL HOSTESS The men of the Episcopal church are giving a party tonight tor the wo men of the parish in the form of a reception and Thanksgiving Dinner, all of which has been prepared by the men, who have kept their wives in ig norance of what they are to find when they arrive at the parish house at 6:30 this evening. This is altogeth er a new departure from the ordinary way of doing church work, which is us ually done for the most part by the women. When the rector suggested this matter to some of his men, they were all enthusiastic over the idea, and have taken hold with a fine spirit and are determined to show the women that they are able and willing to do some thing, Major T. A. Mott is chairman of the committee on arrangements and has under him an efficient corps of wil ling workers who. are all going to see to it that the matter is a success. 'TURN TO THE RIGHT" PASTIME TOMORROW ; "Turn to the rights -the most popu lar comedy-drama of the stage, whose appeal was testified to by millions ot theatre-goers, has been transferred to the screen and will be seen at the Pas time theatre tomorrow and Friday AS a stage play, "Turn to the Right'' made a fortune for John Golden who presented it and for the authors, Win chell Smith and John E. Hazzard. Keeping up this financial record a half interest in the screen rights was sold to Metro Pictures Corporation for a quarter of a million dollars, top price for any motion picture produc tion. The screen version is presented by , John Golden and Marcus Loew and is a Rex Insrram production, directed bv the creator, for the silent drama, of "The Four Horsemen of the Apoca lypse" and "The Conquering Power. It tells the story of a country Doy who. while serving a prison term un- iustlv becomes acquainted with two crooks, returning home he imas tne morgage about to be foreclosed by tne j JIFFION TEA APRONS t Something Frenchy in Aprondom! - COLLEGE GIRLS and women who' entertain informally, will wel come these charming-bits of "aprondom" to slip on over dressy . frocks. ' - , , : FASHIONED from the fine imported organdies and Swissesthe do not hide the attractiveness of your gown, but add an artistic ' touch ' . , ' SUITABLE FOR GIFTS - : LOVELY TINTS in effective Frenehy combinations. Artistically ' trimmed with circlets of ruff lings, embroidered flowers, pin.tucks-, : laces and picoterie. .. ; CRISS-CROSS STRAPS hold them in place. No hooks, buttons or clasps. Smart pockets that boast of chicness. Attractively Priced too! $1 .00 to $2.50 i ATTRACTIVE HOLIDAY GIFTS NOW ON DISPLAY You will agree with us that our Assortment of useful giffes ; 10 muie uuiiijjicLt: -mail cvenuciure. vv t; 11SL oeiOW a IGW lteiHBv??. 'r i Silk Hosierv. Silk Underwear. Larp Nrlr sols. Linen Handkerchiefs. Linen Nankins. I inan TVrl. :''ti:iL:'.'' i w . k --"'" m. un viB mt ocarrs, i aittmg uons, meiai oasKets, Jewelry INovelties, Beadf, Etc., Etc. ..' "f-,;- ;is, ' '"p.i,- Spend a While With Us While The Selection is Complet Thompson-West Compaini "The Ladies' Store" '1 PASTIME TODAY ONLY NORMA TALMADGE -in- "The Right of Purchase By Margaret Land May A revival of one of Norma's best pictures ALSO FOX NEWS Regular Admission ... 10c & 20c 1-irfMiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiii mil ' 'f Menu Buttercup .Tea Room it.. ' Thanksgiving Dinner ivr. t: W A. TTall was deliffhtful hos afternoon at three tables of bridge, her guests including the Tuesday Limited Bridge club and a number of additional guests. A series of interesting games lump ed with club and visitor's prizes go ing to Mrs. E. B. Menzies and Mrs. J. H. Dillard. A tempting luncheon, vw.o.itifnllv served, was a feature ox the social hour following the game. The club" members playing were lUAcrianiPs deorcfe C. Yoder.'G; N. Hut- 'ton E. B. Menzies, Richard Ballinger, 'Roy lAbeimethy, T. C Blackburn, t Walker Lyerly and the visitors were Mpsdamcs Henry Tucker, J. H. Dil- livd P. A. Henderson, E. A.fUlerman and E. BryA ones. . . village" skinflint. With the aid of his afele to come two crook pais a way is iouna vo oeiii out the miser while the influence ot the aged mother leads the two crooks into love and a better life. It is presented by a notable cast headed by Alice Terry who won an enviable ' reputation in "The Four Horsemen" and "The Conquering Pow er." Playing opposite her is Jack MuJ?. hall known on both stage and screen. OtheVs in the east are Harry Myers, who was the Yankee m "A Uonnecti cut Yankee in Kintr Arthur's Court""; fieore-e Cooner. Edward Connelly Lvdia Knott. Betty Allen. Margaret Loomis. William Blctcher, Eric Mayne nnrl T?.nv TJinlev. "Turn to the Right" was adapted by June Mathis and Mary O Hara FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Prayer meeting tonight at seven o'clock. . J Thanksgiving service tomorrow morning at ten o'clock. The sermon will be short and to the point. What will the offering be? we wan ioi your answer. ' , " . , The offering, is for The Orphans Home at Barium Springs. There are nearly 300 orphans there and others are appealing to be admitted. $145,000.00 was spent on buildings last year. $80,000.00 is asked for oth er buildings needed and ordered to be built this year. In addition to this, $70,000.00 is needed for .support fund. A total of $150,000.00 is asked by the Synod of ' North Carolina from the churches for this cause. . How our Thanksgiving offerings have grown: 1915,,$31.01; 1916, $81,87; ; 1917, $100.19; 1918, $105.00; 1919, $135.86; Send your ottering n you we uw- 12 to 2 p. m. 5:30 to 7:30 p. m. Cream of Asparag us Soup Roast Turkey Stuffed .with Oysters Creamed Potatoes , Tiny Green Peas ' i Salsify Fritters g Cranberry Sauce Celery 1 Hot Rolls . Stuffed Tomato Salad in Aspic jf Plum Pudding . 1 - " Coffee Stuffed Olives Pear and Cheese Salad Pumpkin Pie : ' uiiiaiiiiipiiiiniiiii DO LITTLE THINGS TIRE YOU OUT ? ARE you "all run down", weak and languid and thin in flesh from summer, heat and fall colds i Is your appetite gone, your nerves on edge, your digestion poor? , You need Gude's Pepto-Man.gan. It renews the supply of rich, red blood, brings back the lost energy alia anima tion, tones up your nervous system and helps to build firm, solid, healJiy flesh and strong muscles : Your druggist has Gude s liquid or tablets, as you prefer. v - The Senior Luther league of ' Holy Trinity Lutheran church will hold its mn.nt.hlv hnsiness and social meeting twjco ;Tisi'ft Belle Deal this ev ening. ait 7:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. 'E. L. Flowers, 03 Fifteenth street, . . ' , Gudc Tonic and Blood Enricher Diamond and PlatinuM Bar Pins They are beauties. See them. Headquarters for high-grade jewelry at the lowest price. Look us over before you buy. f . -Q Jeweler ESSEX Optometrist t i. -1 it" r 'A