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EVENING, DECEMBER 9, 1922.
THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD PAGE THREB COMMUNITY NIGHT AT HieOOKFOKD , .. annnnEnonnnnncnnconnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnQCDc: ,tiiRDA' jarr- -.' .. W "fJTi nan l " " - - w m cm m t --w - . O'.V.T Jk." 'V if M . J GOODS yd V aiv receiving. and will soon have on ili)lay the largest and most artistic line ol i'ino and Platinum Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass, Watches, Novelties we have ever shown. We expect a heavy trade thk year for Christmas and we advise early buying. . , Make your selections early and we will hold them for you. Geo. Ksanar Jeweler and Optometrist Watch Inspector So. and C. '&. N. W. Rys. mi ii ml In Temporary Home HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO General Insurance and BoneU Oflet between First National and Southern Public Utilities Co. Read Record Want Ads Christmas iigesfcioinis Ve have for our gifts for the Ladies of our City real serviceable and useful ar ticles. It will pay you to see these. ;U(I VilMS cm ;l;,Sf4 I'Ud Vnscs in ot ttry Jardincrs I'wlistal .litrdincrs I mlirclla Stands "wit HaskctM Jmin Truvs ffwinu I!mn. I.iihfr ". Writing Sots Vipkin Hiny-H SiimUifh Trays Ut Sits Hiindle Baskets Shopping UaskctH Correspondence Cards Candle Sticks Candles Silver Sets J Ivory Brushes Ivory Combs Manicure Sets Traveling Sets Hook Covers Hooks Hand Hags Have you seen the-beautiful line of Wo1 Novelties made in- Carolina Blue Kido Mountains? These . are very useful articles. '; .. ' See these for your Christmas Remem- hi'ances. The Van Dyke.'S bp C TT I Adorholdt Kiver was a Hickory visitor this morrs in jr. J1.V. Will sititifv l-.is R. L. White. White of Aslicville parents, Mr. and Mi near the city. ,,. o IVllSS Vli.nKn!. -r . ! y-t i""cni luunj; oi Connelly piings was among the out of town visitors in the city this morning. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lutz returned todavtrom Charlotte where the- at tended the. Shrine ceremonial yester day. 0 MlSS TVcfnllo T-U, . ....... u..kwiv uuiiiiaun, a siuuent oi L.enoir College, is spending the week end in Hudson. . - o Mr. -'51 ml Mm T?iT TT...i ' r T i'iio. ikirui INeWLUIl OI I J IM1I'' I .' l !- ......... i , .,.,u - vvtlt,- auiuiis me out- ox iimn snoppers in the city "today. Mrs. R. F". Young returned yester lav to Corinth. Miss, nftur t-,". v.,. guest of Mr. and Mrs." J. J. Wfilard n Kenworth. Mr. J. D o- Elliott and Mr. 1 r ..... . j. iuiun anu inr. and Mrs. I' rank A. Henderson were in Charlotte yesterday attending the shrine cere monial. M rs. o V. Ppttll'S will '.ivviiro f,.r 1 . T . . , - - .1.11 "1 !!.. XI Uitl W ilson Monday to spend several days with her sister, Mrs. J. A. Martin, on Thirteenth avenue. TIME I count not Time by the'diall'd face Of the clock that chimes in the mar ket place; Nor by hours that span , each day's retail From labor to rest and from sunrise to fall; Nov vet.'hv the fnrrnwVi linps nf nnro On the aged brow with the grizzl'd nair. Not these, nor all of these the sign Of a youth grown old, if the heart is ill-imp The heart that no frosts of the years can tame, , That is always life and always is flame; And what though I carry the fulsome span Of God's allotment of seasons to man, If what I feel and all that I know Makes my heart like Spring o'er the melting snow. No Winter of life can abide in the breast, If Nature and man's commune is blest: And this I count the essence of Time. Fhe cycles of Heart, as the years de-rline. McGregor Charles Ironside A feature of the play night at Brook ford last evening was a game, of Bat Ball played by two teams of girls. So much interest was mainfest that plans have been made to have a regular prac tic night for the girls in the interest of developing a crack team. It is plann ed to demonstrate the game in other communities in the near future. The game has possibilities for great popu larity as an inter-community activi ty. As usual the hall at "Rrookford was crowded well before time to start the cames anu the opening march had at least 75 couples in line. Everyone play ed and sang until 9:30 and as one girl expressed it "had the time of their livps " TVip f'(inimi)tiitv cnivif nf Prriftlr. ford is a strong, healthy, well develop ed thing and bids fair to put the town on the map. lT. r..-.,J TT.. TT x.w. ,.,., mis. lj.' ir. narris came iro the Thanksgiv horn Cnarlotte yesterday to attend Oteen- the funeral of their niece, Miss Mai- Cash dohati garet Harris. zies $5.00; Mi; alter C. Taylor has returned i Pine, Tenn., after spend al days with his mother, Mrs. avlnr LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS TViq frillnvL-ino- i o list nf those con tributing to the Halloween party and . t mi 1 .'. t. e 1 1 O G. Harris came up the Thanksgiving 1 treat for ward 1-8 !-V i- A II TI-V. Mr; Walter C to White Pine. ng scvei W. S. Taylor. Mrs. ions Mrs. VV. . ivien iss M. E. Geitner, $10.00 Mrs. H. C. Menzies. S3.00: Mrs. Charles Geitner, $4.50; Mrs. W. L. Abernethy, $2.00; Mrs. K. C. Menzies, $5.00; Mrs. W. B. Counciil, $1.00; Mrs. Geo. Yoder, $1.00; Mr. K. C. Menzies, $3.50: Mrs. W. C Thompson, $1.00;. Mrs. TTnrvev Geitner. S3.50: Miss G. G. Harris and Kvn r-hilrl rrn will return to their home in Lamar, Schwa i berg, $1.00; Mrs. M. M. Thomp o. v.-.. mei' Demc cuests tor two woot of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. w' T. Mr. F razier. Mr. R. K. Harris of Rpnirvnvo Mr Hid M.rs."Earl Harris of Charlotte .ni.-i "T. r i . ... Mr. McadCi- Hams ot Mid and nttenrl. ed the funeral yesterday of Miss Mar garet Harris. and Mrs T T TTnni-ir nnrl M. W. L. Insrold who were fruests nf Dr. and Mrs. K. E. Ingold at Greenville. . C lor the Shrinors' have returned home. o Mrs. J. R. Tioton an.l children. Misses Ruth and Marv. and Ma.der Billie.are spending the week end in lariotte with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Medlock. ceremonial, I-KGION AUXILIARY MEETS elected and other matters of interest and importance to the legion auxil iary wore transacted yesterday after noon at the meeting held at 3 o'clock l-, flWi" Infi'iiil i"-lnl vmim Hi! i'in (v -il-' -nocrt vonr t Vir nvillriVT' uiiii w. v - - . y. v. . v . l . i v . . . . . . 4 has iir-fnmnl isVifil a nnmlipr nf imnnr- ' - ; - ----X tant things and during the coming yea; ... ii.i ii, i n 1 ir ii PYnwroi rnnr rne nmminr. nT wnrk lone will exceed that of the year just passed. The auxiliary has maintained a great deal of interest in the ware at Kenihvorth, adopted jointly by the local post of the legion and the aux iliary and several times during the year feasts and favors were sent to the boys for special occasions and twice large checks were sent to pay for an orchestra or other special pleasure for the bovs. Kenilworth has beer abandoned as a government hosp'ita! and since the boys in Ward B-4 have been sent to different hospitals.. most nf them in other states, the legion voted to adopt a ward at Oteen which is not being looked, alter oy any spe cial society or organization. The ladies 1,, nliifflfl rnrtains" in the legion club room during the year, sent puzzle board to the sick boys at the hospital and at the fourth of July celebration won the prize for the prettiest decorat ed float. Other work, has also been accomplished during the year. , son, $1.00; Mrs. W. Li. Kamsay, si.U'J Mrs. Tom Setzer, $1.00; Mrs. West lev Martin, 50 cents; Mr. S. L. White-. ner, 50 cents; Mrs. J. M. Allred, $1.00; Miss Maud Bavliss, $1.00: Mrs. T. A. Mott, Nuts; Mrs. H. C. Menzies, biscuits and stuffed dates; Mrs. W. L. Abernethy, Cake; Mrs. W. L. Mitchell, , cake; Mrs. C. . C. Bost, 2 angel cakes; Mrs. W. R. Bradshaw, cake, Mrs. E. B. Jones, cake; Mrs. J. R. Barb, oranges; Miss Mattie Thomason, cookies and flowers; Mrs. Bourb-onnjies, 3 pair knitted socks; Mrs. M. M. Thompson, 2 sweaters, five cans of California fruit; Mrs. Charles Geitner, cake; Misses Lucile and Delia Bumgarner, stuffed dates; Mrs. R. M. Bumgarner, cake and flowers; Mrs. Thomas Pruitt, Deviled eggs; Mrs. B. Y. Seagle, cookies; Messrs. Yoder and Clark, Boxes; Messrs. Whitener and Martin, Boxes. TURKEY DINNER HOTEL HUFFRY SUNDAY Manatrer Henry G. Tucker has ar ranged for luncheon and dinner at the Hotel Huffry tomorrow a very tempting and appetizing luncheon din ner. Luncheon will be served from 12 to 2:30 .o'clock and dinner from 6 to 7:30 p. m. The menu follows: I.iinp.iieon Orange Punch, Dill pickles, Green Picalilli, Chicken broth, with Barley. Filet of Flounder, Sauce Piquante. Roast Vermont Turkey," Celery "dres sing, Cranberry jelly. Spaghetti, Milanaise. Asparagus Tips on toast, Hollan daise. Potatoes Brochettes. Head Lettuce,, Roquefort cheese dressing. " Apricot short-cake,, ,W hupped cream Pineapple Ice cream, asorted cakes. Coffee, Tea, Swiss cheese Saltines. Dm. ner 6:00 to 7:30 p. m. 4 Selected James River Oysters, Celery hearts, Queen Olives, Consom me, Soudoise. Broiled lamb-chops, with French oeas, Emince of chicken, a la Reine. Danish crullers, Marmalade. Spiced Carolina Yams, New carrots, en -ream. Fruit salad, Carmelite. Bombe Glace, Vanilla ice cream. Assorted -akes. Coffee Tea, salted nuts, mints. COMMUNITY SERVICE Caroling seems to be contagious for einfin tVt " rinmniniiiftr .di'iri ii inmmit- tee made plans for caroling in Hickory, four other communities have expressed their interest in the plan. Longview, West Hickory, Highland ar.d Brookf ord are ail planning to have gi'oups of carolers on Christmas Eve. Represen tatives of these four 'towns will gather to make final plans lor carrying the irlnn nnt in an pffii-ient manner.- The first pnrnl was nrint.ed vesterdav and all are asked to clip the article and save for future use. Statistics prepared by the National Bureau for the advancement of music, and published last Sunday in the Char lotte Observer, shows that five- cities in the state of North Carolina had caioling programs last year. With the interest in this section alone the num ber will be doubled this year. The four carols selected by the com munity Service committee are: "Si lent Night," "O Little Town of Beth Ll.rvm " ""n Gome, all Ye Faithful,'' ."It Came upon the Midnight Clear." Carol ers are asked to familiarize themselves with the words of the carols. throats Try it Free yourself from your cough and your cold. Dis agreeable phlegm cleared away; scratchy, tender membranes soothed; cough checked; cold broken up. Now,today-ask your drug gist for ! Tin THMffe wv I -a syrup for coughs & colds by among of the Plans for the visit to niiM.v , .. .. . . Mrs. James K. Not -fleet, president. of MR WILLIAM HAMPTON HYDER the state legion auxiliary on the sec- After being ill for onlv a . week ond Friday in January were discussed. with pneumonia Mr. William Hampton Other prominent figures in auxiliary trvder died yesterday at his home m rW-le will probably be guests also Highland and funeral services were 1.1. Lie. ... I , , ,i4- A 1,-ir . i i. a 1 .1. l;c oftornnnn of the auxiliary on inai. nan-, n iui. ponouctea at i d uiuva -v.."-".-cheon will be given at the home of from the Highland Baptist church by LlitLi" win n . . iv,. I., .... ft TT n Whitpnpr. Trs K C Menzies in nonor ui tut pastor, jxv. xi. . .... Airs. TV . j. .'i" I t .. li-vi nn XTnven.hpr M-itf.ra I ivir. n.yuiri o VlSlllUa. , ,i. . l.. I . i 7Q voars and One of the chief events oimee . lb anu v . 'rr : - spring will be a suver ;- - - In he Mountain Creek drr the .auspices oi rne - bl was a consistent this is being lookeu .w" -Ws faith. a ff0od citizen keen interest, flans weie . hih esteem at yesterday's meeting. citizens. He was The auxiliary, assisted by the legiom hi, r e K veterans w-ll send UP a box lor imm r at ntren at Christmas and plans wer? wmi in l8fifi Mr. Hvder wa; tv v, v - . . T-i. wot- I ril , AiiUQi..y i A ' . briefly outlined. Mrs. w . u. ia - ; d marriafe to Miss Eliza Diet chairman oi a tuuiuni.c "M j x v,; n nn mprp born six cmi- i receive contributions for cakes and hree so-ns and three daUghterr other dainties. Her co-workers, named Two'daughtcrs and their mother pre :.l- o vr AT vs. Ij. ri. vjeit- I , , ,.T tt..j V irravp. Dy ine l'i - A M,.s T.5Mirie ceqeu iui. xx, T .S'u-AA tne rs. i. in. ian - i Tn addition to nis luui vmiv"--" ,a . I deceased is survives uv f -.r imnortant nature I , v;ijvor, cK-temi e-reat errana- . . v,o nlopt ion of officers 1 a Tvnther and one sister. bOlflf ( OI1CI ULLl, I"" , I ItllUICIi" w.iv- " m TT J Mil.-, Lu.n ' a oprlama- I , j inhere W T. H'"''1T "is in order, ay uhw""m-- v ine cnuuien ait ix..., . . - don Mrs. K. A; Mrs. ?" ' W," nr Mrs. W. R, Vinsen head ot tne orgai"""1"" Hvner oi rwra -j j rp noht.ii iiLrtu w f,nm this ,i i . Tin onu-nnd. 1 enn. r Ttnst committeewuiiirt" xi... -1 v msinain. ui ; - - 0. i fv-w "hci vice-president anc Interment. was made in St. Stephens .w , ..l.,.ir.A pr. 1 T. ... I T.jnir e Deal was c tn i?nurcn tary and treasurer. The Blue Goose Gift Shop Opposite Lutz Drug Store Beautiful Handbags Lingerie Baby Apparel Novelties Gifts for Everyone Come in and See danoDDonnonnnnnnacoi! ONE GREAT DEMAND WILL BE FOR Pretty Boxed PAPERS la a "..V nCTlR MONDAY FQX Sl'"y V ial "Foot "ho LV1II1HIII X . . mimnivc 1LT-T0'V A I,H KAIMUUi,D PASTIME TODAY i, . a otffinn at the PaS- William x-"A . r:iv- .. n.i. t, -.vMI Katnerinc Falls" based on tne bwio X'Vr.r in "Heroes and Hus- lWlTn.e W bv Charles A. Logue. at the 1 astimt L" , I . j. Mf nn!i attraction. TWdav next week. , , A pum; 1TV caat as a f'FcvtlaJls ' is a . . r . :z : v ; - m.ular novelist, in drama abounding in u,nu,s - -" llu,trator of her "books. tions. , . ..vtfalls" are v,as a rival for the affections ot The leading roiesin Vom Douglas, Xh7 latter in the person of the .wile taken by -Tyrone Pow'ei , Toni Dougm the latter in e .. ES ?heaXatic, although relieved by iWfi-" . man-" toucnes ot iiuiul... . ic lanii xT,,.T.pa(1pr. Fishing." When all other thoughts fail, stationery answers the gift prob lem. Remember stationery and you will remember a gift to get hat is satisfactory to everybody. You will express your apprecia tion of the fine line of station ary we are now showing. We will appreciate any opportunity to them to vou. For every- J c nnrl for fflft T)UrpOSCS JLX - wo . ,7-1 you are not going to beat them, wVipro vou co. Papers . n Kavoc snH larare plain, and conservative styles and the newest tints and textureb. Lutz Drug Store "ON THE CORNER" Phones 17 and 317 What Does Youf Mus hand ion 'Christmas Something tb wear of course things to wear are the gifts most appreciated by all men Perhaps you can give him a beautiful, warm Crombie over coat tailored by Hart Schaff ner & Marx : Maybe some smaller things will be more appropriate hosiery, shirts, gloves, an um brella, a muffler, neckwear, pajamas or handkerchiefs Whatever yob decide on, you'll find it herethe best that can be had, and most reasonably priced. You'll find courteous, unhur ried service here, too Moretz Whitener Clothing Company Hart Schaff ner & Marx clothes noonnonnoQnnDnnnnnBGsnaannnnnnnnnnnncanD QUARTERLY .MEETING The first quarterly meeting for First church Hickory will be held at the church this evening- at 7:30 o'clock. All the officials of the church are expected to be on hand for this meet ing. Rev. D. M. Litaker the presiding elder, will preside. PILES CURED VTHOUT THE KNIFE md I have a system of treating and curing Hemorrhoids or Piles nther rental diseases. JNo cutting, tying or cauieri4iu8. Treatment is painless, safe and sure. Does not detain the patient r moment from either ousmes or pleasure. iu usu.us, ... slouo-hing; in fact no injurious after effect of any chahacter . All sense of weight or heaviness in the .rectum permanently removed. No leaving of lumps or scar tissue,: but permanent removal of all existing tumors. The Rectum is Meft as smooth, as free from irritation and as natural as when a child. O. L. HOLLAR, M. D. RECTAL SPECIALIST, Phones 275 and 319. HICKORY. N. C. Christmas Cards Place your orders now for your remembrance cards. All kinds ' to select from. Your name en graved with the cards at a small cost. - Ask to see the samples , Clay Printing Company Phone 167 'the lame ones . - . P:Rv1:Tlff. ington. Kicnmona iNew-v.,.. -