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FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 15,1922, THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD PAGE FOUR n n i c nnsuuias lemeiiKaice ARTISTIC AND USEFUL GIFTS Make your selections now. A grand assortment of beautiful goods of quality and newest designs for your choice. SUCH GOODS MAKE USEFUL AND LASTING REMEMBRANCES DIAMONDS ' " ," ' . f We have secured a nice Jot di rect from the cutter ofnhc fin est Uue whitCstones that ive can sell at a great saving. PLATINUM AND DIAMONDS Jewelry is very popular. We have a nice selection of Bar Pins Cuff Links, Rings, Scarf Pins, Etc. FINE GOLD JEWELRY Such as Chains, Brooches, Cuff Links', Rings, Scarf Pins, "Emblems, Tie Clasps, Etc., They make very acceptable presents. i r SILVERWARE One Great Assortment of 'Sil ver must be seen to-be appreciat ed. Hundreds of pieces, that add to the home and are never forgotten. CUT GLASS Is always good, but this year the new cuttings are especially attractive. Nothing prettier t S v than cut glass such as we handle. LEATHER GOODS Our Leather Goods have at tracted attention for several years. Finest leather and of lat est designs from New York's best manufacturer. UMBRELLAS Fure Silk, in colors and beau tiful handles are most attractive and arc very acceptable. TOILET SETS PENS & PENCILS In the shell and amber are the newest. See our selection of these and also our Ivory Sets and novT elties. ; . AND SETS We are headquarters for Wa terman's Ideal Fountain .Pens and Eversharp Pencils, plain, Sil ver and Gold mounted. CLOCKS large and small. Also silver and novelty designs, but all good. A big shipment for Christmas. . We have on hand Elginand other reliable watches in great variety for Christmas. We sell only reliable makes and furnish the best at a great saving in price. No cheap Swiss or other unreliable watches sold. It is easy to buy ifts, but choose wisely gifts of intrinsic value such as we sell. Every piece of goods in our stock carries with it a feeling of distinction that goes with articles from the Bisanar Store. Mail orders have prompt attention. GEORGE E. BISANAR Hickory, N. C. mm m (( -Jeweler andlOntometriat ::ix I ,tt&lir - ummmmmmmmmmmmmmmm : OW it M3T IT ITO f III! ' : If ' I I ID i O MISS MARTIN HOSTESS The Y. W. A. of the First Baptist . . i i. i j church met weanesaay aiternoon witn Miss Frank Martin as the ' graeio-i hostess. Mrs. E.-B. Justice was in charge of an interesting program, the tonic, beiner ' The Royal Law." Mi's Justice read part of sixth chaptei of Luke, Mrs. Menziv-s s;ot leied .pray er. The following 'papers were read "How Nations Can Fultill The Roya Law," Mrs. E. W. Walton, "The City and Royal Law" Miss Alice-Flagler. "Community Rally, " Mrs. Loy Lolick The Individual and The Golden Rufa. Mrs. O. II. Hester. Hidden Measures, Miss Martin. Mrs..Menzies gave facts about Child Labor. The treasurer reported the society had .e,-iven $30 to Baptist hospital in Wfnston-balem. Society, voted to pre nare a Christmas basket for a needy family. . The next meeting will be held in January with Mrs. Justice. After ad journment, the hostess served tea, cakes and stuffed dates. MEETING OF FEDERATED. WOMEN'S CLUBS OF COUNTY There will be a meeting of the Feder ated Women's Clubs of the county on Tuesday, December 19, in Mrs. Harris' office in the court house. At this time plans will be made and discussed for the work of the coming year and sev eral phases of work which have never been conducted in the county will be considered. This will be an all-day meeting- and the ladies are .asked to bring their lunch and come prepared to spend the day.. v ' ... H Mrs. Harris wu.-give ,a dereonsirtf-i tion in cake making in the morning, and one in frosting in the afternoon. The meeting will begin at 10 o'clock. A lull attendance ot club members, ig expected and anyone ,in the county who is interested is invited to' attend. THE HEARTS OF LITTLE PEOl'fp The hearts of little -peopic are t : ing up and down Because the dream of Chiist-na walking round the town. is Peeping into your house and neen i infr into mine p" And climbing up the window an,i hiding in the vine, And darting round the front do- and tapping at the back ' "r Alio miiKifig suen a merry all along its track. v-oild ii.;-. it lias Merchants -of the wondrous, chants of the strange In your . little dream shops ccme to range The sunny dream of Christmas that fills the 'world with iovs And fill your shelves with rk-t-ii-.r and fill your shelves v j,u , a 1 j?:n j. . Aim ani ou,r counters aiso every lovely thing That winds up or runs down works upon a string! with or up arm The hearts of little neople arc- hat ing so you near The music ! of their swift tapping on your ear; I 11 I !l t-i ah p.'ong tne mgmvav. down the street. Something . comes with tenderly and sweet; Something comes to tell music laughing-wild That it . is nearly Cb.ristrsia; the world is a child! Baltimoiv Suh. :nilin: vou with alio 1'ASKETIJOLL TONIGHT MRS. CANNON DEAD Mrs. Annie Cannon, wife of Mr. J Pink Cannon died this morning at o clock. The funeral will be held to morrow and burial will take place at Oakwood cemetery. - METHORIST PHILATHEA BAZAAR - The annual bazaar of the Philathca class of the First Methdist church is being held today and .tomorrow in the Kiwanis hall. The young women are offering for sab, an unusually at tractive line of gifts or Christmas and for the home. A delicious; supper will be served this evening and tomor row evening. Adv. 4 The Hickory high school boys will play Rutherford College boys here to night and the local girls will moot the Granite falls girls. The games will be played in the armory at S o'clock. Both teams are playing well and larc crowds enjoy the sport. Funny things, the law of this country- Although prize-fights are allow-, ed, a federal law prohibits inter-state transportation of films; but bull fights are not sanctioned anywhere in the country, yet it is perfectly le gitimate to show movies of them. Philadelphia Inquirer. IAI HOOPING COUGH 1 IS? No "cure" but helps to re- V W duce paroxysms of coughing, r VapoRub OiXT 17 Million Jan Used Ycuk ONLY SEVEN MORE DAYS FOR YOUR Christmas 'ft' . i ..': .-" ' It M Citizens of Hickory and . .surrouhding . country .. . wHbwish'fQobt ' a Ford coi&'fe' a'Pdrcl sedan, a; Ford truck or a-fordson wacior, snouiu promptly communicate wiin tne,; ma Authorized Ford Dealers Newton, N.C. Call us on long distance, write, or wire us, and one of our representatives will promptly come to see you. While there is a greater demand for Ford cars of all types than can be supplied for another 30 or 60 days WE ARE IN POSITION TO TAKE CARE OF YOU IMMEDIATELY. ; ; Through Efficient Service and Courteous Treatment We hope to gain and hold your patrortage. ma m R. LEE HEWITT or F; G. DEATON Newton Phone 78 Hickory Phone 377 Cars Stored at Johnspn's Garage : ; 10th Ave., Hickory, N. C. ; tv A box supper will be given at the Barger school house next Tuesday, night at 7:30. The public is invited. Mrs. J. E. Gregory and daughter, Ala Katharine, arrived ' today from Charlotte to spend the holidays with her parents,' Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Deal. . Mrs. Fred Murphy, who has been seriously ill at her. home .on Eighth street, -was reported as some -better today. . , , o v ''Lenoir College closed today for the Christmas holidays, and the students left for their various homes. The spring term will begin on, January 3 Mrs. F. F. Moorel and daughter. Alice Bolyn, arrived -yesterday from. vv eiaon to sipend the i holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. P. Bolch. , - f . ; - - Miss Alice Lyerlv. arrived home last night from Salem Collee'e to snend Ithe holiday- season with her . pai'ents, Mr. and Mrs. . wailcer Lyerly. , - A short business session of the Busi- ness and Prof essional ' Women's club will be held this; evening at 7:30 o'clock in the ButtercupijTea, room. : Ot" -"-'v..'-: . Miss Virginia Miller of the 'Hieh school faculty left Wednesday for her home m Rock .Hill.'. Miss Miller will spend the holidays at her home recup erating from an attack of influenza. . .Mrs. J. iC. Healan' and three chil dren were guests last nio-ht of Mr. and Mrs. John , W. Moose,- stopoing over on their return to Cleveland, Ohio, from Lenoir where they have been visiting for the past few months. Mrs. W. C. Pettus returned to her home in Wilson today after being the guest for several days of her sister, Mrs. J. A. Martin. Miss Frank Mar tin accompanied her home for a visit of several days. Mr. J. F. Click lias received a letter from his son, Francis Click of Oma ha, Neb., announcing, the death of his son-'a few' hours, alter its birth. Mrs Click? was ; reported doing well in a nosprtai. Mr. Frank Link; of Salisbury is a visitor in the city. ' , BEENSKY-FISHER A niamage of much interest to their many friends took place yester day afternoon at 'Newton when Miss Gladyes Fisher of Hickory became the bride of Mr. George A. Beensky of Washington, D. C. Dr. J. C. Grier, pastor of the Newton Presbyterian church officiated in the presence of a few friends. . ; . , - After the- ceremony ; : the young couple took the evening train for Salisbury, going from there to Wash ington where they will spend ; their honeymoon. -.? ? : , Tne' bride. is the youngest daughter of jr; J. K. Fisher and is an -attrae-v tive: young woman of charm and ac complishment.. She is quite popular here; among a wide circle of .rien,d:;. ' b or several months . Mr. . Beensky has been in the government "'. hospitfc'i at Oteen but received -his discharge last-week, after having completed the cure1. Mr. Beensky served his. country overseas and was badly wounded in one of the hardest fought battles. He is a splendid youTig man and com mands a host of friends. On their return from Washington they will make their home with the bride's father. Mr.. Beensky will en gage in business here." GIFTS THAT CAN BE WORN OR PUT INTO PRACTICAL USE ARE ALWAYS APPRECIATED A Few Suggestions - i HANDKERCHIEFS Fine 'Swisses,, hand jem- r to d A A each broidered linens, etc, P1U BOXED NECKWEAR Bertha Collars and ?ft to j C A each Bramley Sets. New novelies $LtJiJ ' SILK HOSIERY Any color, many qualities, CA to o PA pair boxed if you wish -J Vyi KID GLOVES All colors and many dV A A to PA pair styles. In pretty boxes " ,plvll. Pt.IU SILK. PARASOLS Many beautiful colors, beautiful handles, for - cr.!?: !....... - $3.50.to $15.00 ' SILK UNDERWEAR Carnisolec,. Gown's Teddys, Bloomers, dif- SSa,,:; , .SLOO 10 $4.95 Kieh t0 $7.50 cat"1 BATH ROBES For ladies and children Corduroy and Beacon Rones.. "JIFFION" APRONS For tea or house use, beautiful styles and .,i:cvl:.l $1.00 "'$3.75 COSTUME JEWELRY Beautifuliv -boxed,' Bar Pins, Barrettes, Waist Pins, Bracelets, Scarf Pins, Cuff CA - and $1 A A Special Links, Beads, Etc JUC ?i.UU TOWEL SETS Large towel, guest 1' Aft to $3 00 Set Towel and Wash Cloths. Boxed .. tpJ.UU LINEN TOWELS Both regular and - -A to CA each guest sizes. New designs. Boxod "L' & lOV WITH MRS. SHUFORD There will be a box supper at the Lail School Saturday night, December 16. The proceeds will go for the bene fit of the school. The public is invited 1b6i!-ldjaie and help make it a success. ; Miss ; Rosa Thornburg, Mrs. Perry Smyre and Miss Edith Whitener are the "teachers. J , -.1,-1 e, A "very delightful meeting of -the Do As You Please club was held yes terday afternoon with Mrs. Harold Sbuford on Sixteenth' street. The hostess received her guests in the music room which was prettily decorated , with bowls of fragrant nar cissus. The usual business routine oc cupied the first of the meeting after which the hostess presented her book, "Robin" by Burnett. In a review . of charm and interest, the hostess pic tured thesmost important phases of the book which, deals principally with the titled heads of England and with incidents which are outstanding just prior , to England -s plunge into the great war and during the '.conflict. Seme facts were also related concern ing the author. i , A social half hour followed the lit erary program : which was featured by; the serving of a dainty ;luncheori in two courses. Adding much to the pleas ure of the meeting was the presence of two visitors, Mrs. Carroll Bost, Jr., and Mrs, Mi L. Bohck. Mementoes of the occasion were poinsettias which. were suggestive of the approaching yule tidp. ' Mrs. Chas. Menzies, Jr., will be Hos tess at the next meeting which will be held next Thursday afternoon when the club will haye the Christmas pro gram. , , 'vn' IVORY NOVELTIES Brushes ; Combs, d.-J A A to fi C A eacn Trays; Hair Receivers, Bud. Jloldersy Etc. $ 1 vv -. :J) liJU BED ROOM S UPPERS Satin, Felt and A A to d0 CAP3'1' Kid. Twelve different colors . VVt P.tlV CARRIAGE ROBES Pink and blue in OC to d4 A A each different patterns O JC P.UU INFANTS KNIT NOVELTIES Bootees, Gloves, Caps Hoods, Toques, Sweaters, ' ' ?C- to 00 e Saques, Etc i tOC . tJJ.yV MANY MORE ON DISPLAY Thompson-West Company "THE LADIES STORE" In Temporary Home HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO . General Insurance and BonHo OQc between First National and Southern Public Utilities Co. k'l' 1. .1. .. 1 1.