THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD
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ARTISTIC AND USEFUL GIFTS
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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
We have secured a nice lot di
rect from the cutter of the fin
est blue white stones that we can ,
sell at n great saving.
Jewelry is very popular. We
have a nice selection of Bar Pins,
Cuff Links, Rings, Scarf Pins,
Such as Chains, Brooches,
Cuff Links, Rings, Scarf Pins,
Emblems, Tie Clasps, Etc. They
make very acceptable presents.
One Great Assortment of Sil
ver must be seen to be appreciat
ed. Hundreds of pieces that add
to the home and are never for
Is always good, but this year
the new cuttings are especially
attractive. Nothing prettier
than cut glass such as we handle.
Our Leather 'XToods ' htive at
tracted attention for several
years. Finest leather and of lat
est designs from New York's
Pure Silk, in colors and beau
tiful handles are most attractive
and are very acceptable.
TOILET SETS ,
In the shell and amber are the
newest. Sec our selection of these
and also our Ivory Sets and novelties.
PENS & PENCILS
Wo are headquarters for Wa
terman's Ideal Fountain Pens
and.Eversharp Pencils, plain, Sil
ver' and Gold mounted.
Reliable Mahogany Clocks in
large and small. Also silver and
novelty designs, but all good. A
big shipment for Christmas.
We have on hand Elgin and other reliable wat ches 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 gifts, 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
uisanar otore. man oraers nave prompt attention.
Jeweler and Optometrist
Hickory, N. C.
In Temporary Home i
HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO
General Insurance and Bonds
02 bctwttn Fint National and Southern Public Utilities Gx
SLEET IN STATE
Telephone advices from Salisbury
and Concord at noon today indicated
that the sleet which was forecast for
the state tonight and tomorrow or
snow or rain had already arrivea
there, Salisbury reporting a ouarte;
of an inch. At 1 o'clock Stata'iville it
ported a drizzle. 1
of head or throat is usually
benefited by the vapors of
V Va.ro Rua
Ovtt 17 Million Jan Used Yearly
Miss Mamie. Maxie left today foi
her home in Maryville, Tenn., to
spend the Christmas season.
Mrs. Chas. Menzies, Jr., wil have
the Christmas meeting of the Do A&
You Please club tomorrow afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock.
VVe have the most varied line of Christmas Gifts assembled to
eretner in this City. From our displays you can get any kind of v
li?? that you want for this season. Having a REGULAR
GIFT? SHOP as we do you may expect us to have the best that
are on the market. This year we have marked our goods differently
We are getting a much larger volume of business and we are
pvinsr you the benefit of this by marking our attractive lines much
lower in prices.
Christmas Post Cards, Very Pretty lc Each
FOR THE MEN FOLKS
Miss Mattie Icard has arrived home
from Maryville college to spend the
'holidays with . her parents, Mr. ana
Mrs. W. R. Icard.
Mr. Albert Hewitt, Jr., is home from
the University tosend the holidays
with his parents; Mr. and Mrs. A.
Miss Dorothy Ivey will arrive home
this afternoon from the Greensboro
College for Women, to spend the
Miss. Ruth Blalock is seriously ill
at the'; home nf her sirer 'Mm a ! , 11 V i it 'iidcti
Alejc Shutord, her friends will nx;t West Hickory Baptist B. Y. P.. U.
to learn. iSiindair pvnino- niofto v
Mr. Lewis Scruggs, a Trinity Col
lege student, has arrived for, tie
The fire department was called
to the residence of Mrs. D. E. Hawn
on Twelfth street at 11:40 this morn
ing in response to an alarm. The hfick
fire from an automobile set something
on fire. The damage, was small.
BAZAAR YRSTKUII X V
The Philathea class of
formed church held their annua,
bazaar yesterday afternoon at tut
Tipton Furniture Company on Union
square. The bazaar has been planned
for earlier in the month but had boen
postponed until a later date on account
of the influenza situation.
Quite a neat sum was realized bv
the . class. The Christian Endeavor
Society sold doughnuts and candy.
Miss Marita Frye, a student at the
North Carolina College for Women is
spending the holidays at home, arriv
ing Tuesday morning.
officers to serve" the next six months
beginning January 1 1923. Presidenc,
Mrs. Jessie - Justice. vicp-nrssinpnt
Miss Florence Rector: secretary, Mrs.
W. G. Hicks; assistant secretary Mr.
uavia oay; corresponding secretary
,,. . 1,. . WUJ Luuiiuiiuiiig secretary
Miss Maud Bradford is expected ! Mr.;.-- O. B- Bowman, treasurer Mr
lome tnmo-Vif frnm ru ii.. i nii; C ,1 .
Books of Fiction
All kinds of Office Equipment that will
make Real Christmas Gifts
COME SEE OUR DISPLAY
The Van Dyke .Shop'".
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ii-fiiif luiiiy nr r rnm i .horintfA
spend Christmas with her parents, Mi
and Mrs. W. W. Bradford.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Loy Bolick went
to Conover todav to attend the mar
riage this afternoon of his sister,
Miss Mabel Bolick, and Mr. Joe
vv imams. i
Miss Franppe Hnu-mvl V. :
home from Meredith College to spend
the tiohdays with her parents, Mr
and Mrs O. Joe Howard, at the How-
Lieut, and Mrs. R..W. Rowell ot
San Francisco, CaL, ara expected the
latter part of thp XV Coir r . v,,l iv .
Christmas holidays with Mr. .nd Mrs
r ranK ueck, the latter Mr. Rowell s
Miss Frank Martin returned yes
terday from Wilson and Raleigh where
she spent several days this week. She
fflrSfiLi10.6 -V her sister,
1 Ti.v Dluuni iviartin, a studem
at Meredith College. .
Strange it is the heart of youth
Is never satisfied
The things the heart yearns for most
Are ottentimes. denied.
1 Eayed for days' of bright romance,
The southwind's soft caress,
For autumn nights a pale, Wan moon,
ror sight to happiness.
1 ??yed for ,onj?' dim winding trails
Where silence has retreat
For wealth and fame and . friendship
And for a sunny street.
I asked for skies of flaming blue
For color Springtime, brings;
God answered all my little prayers
By giving bigger things.
Frank L. Alderman.
WITH MRS. HESTER
fh?11?8 ffEdwar(l Cfcment came horn,
the latter nart . , "
teachinc srhnn j -u " . r. "
ui-j i ' "u . 111 sipenci tilt
hhiLhere-Mi8 Clareen Brite also
, u uKinipr or the Granite gradea
fc.hl eulty, spent' Friday tSjhJ
-M" Clement, enroute to hS
1 homp m Elizabeth City.
Boyce Dellingfier; charister, Mr. W.
G; Hicks: librarian Mr XV n av.-:
nethy; group captain. No. 1, Missj
Pearl Gross; captain No. 2, Mr. Schy
lor:, Huffman; captain No. 3, Mr
Johnie Read; captain No. 4, Miss
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: ? MRS. BEACH HOSTESS
'The Woman's 'Aii'ssihnor,. enninf,, 4-
West Hickorv Rmificf mot-
afternoon with Mrs. E. O. Beach. Mr-.
xv. oea planned an . interesting
program , the topic being "The Royal
Law." Mrs. W. G. Hicks read nart.
of the sixth, chapter of Luke, Mrs.
a. Aoernethy ottered prayer the
following pieces were read from the
Home and Foreign field. "The Rov.-.
Jaw- oy Mrs. U. R. Hahn, "The
Power to fulfill tho Rnval T or" TX,r,
Jessie Justice, Talk, "Why. was . The v
Itoom Tnr . panes ,i th Tv,., txn,..
Did Mary Ponder Old these Things
m Hen Hearti?" Mrs TVT a T..,1
Talk, "Christian Kindness" Mrs... Mc-
xvinzie. Talk. "Christmas All the
Year Through Personal Service," Mis--Lilnan
Minutes of last meeting were read
and roll called. Ten members were
present. Plans for a Christmas nro-
giam were, made and also (plans foi
weekly prayer the first week m
January for forpiVn mleeMn.. tv,,.
next meeting will be held in January
W3th Mrs. Mv A. Bureh. After adjourn-
Charlotte Jones and Junita Justice
v.. ivu. . hvo caurse luncheon.
The Tuesday Bridge club met yes
terday afternoon with Mrs. O. H.
Hester at her attractive new home- oji
Seventeenth street, the meeting be
ing one of the most delightful ,o thf
Christmas greens with intermingl
ing of chimson berries and othe- ideas
m keeping with the season, v ere u?ed
as decorations anrl fnmw,i t w,f ,
background for the
An enthusiastic game followed.
A delectable lilncheon -was served at
the close of the afternoon. Cub mem
bers and additional guests - playin -
were Mesdarnes Richard lino-ef C
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u'i iU. XjO.V DOUCK, -J:;H Jj
Murphy, Chas. Menzies, Jr., Haro?d
Shuford, R. V. Moss, John Cillty, Jr.,
R. G. Henry and. Misses Bvrd, 'Mfry'
Seigier and Mary Sumner. Mr.--.
George Craig was a charming guest
for luncheon. ' ' .
FUNERAL MRS. GOODMAN j
Funeral services for Mrs. J. L
Goodman, who died last Friday at
Sanatorium, were, conducted yesterd.-v
at Granite Falls by Rev. J. J. Bickley
pastor of the Granite Falls Lutheran
church, assisted by Rev. C. R. W. Keg
ley, pastor of Holy Trinity Lutheran
Beulah May Goodman, nee Lutz,
daughter of A. N. Lutz and his wife
Theodosia, was born January 10 18cS0
and died December 15 1922, age d
years 11 months and -5 days.
She was baptized in infancy and
was confirmed in early life in Trinity
u. cnurrn oi Ualdwell county bft
a.'the time of her death she was
affiliated with Halv Trinity of Ii; -leery.
On April 23, 1907, she was married
to Jason L. Goodman and this unioi
was blessed with the following chil
-Fred aged, 13, Edna May a-cd 11
Pauline aged 9. Besides husband ana
children, she is survivorl .1,-. -..,.'
parents and the following brothers-'
Horace, Albert, and Alvin"of HickOrv"
and Ernest J. of Granite Falls.
"She was a consisted and faithful
member of Holy Trinity and. showed
a lovely Christian . spirit in her lat
sickness. She was loved and respected
by all who knew her.
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We' arc-"' selling more hosiery" in a
i?r now than we usually sel! in a
nonth. Of '.'.course our5 selection and
values av,e better than ever before.-
IIo;I,:y of every kind, almost every
coLir. i.i:-.Ie, silk, silk and "wool, silk
m-3 lif.ii.', wojI, embroidered, sport etc.
iJcarlifuI sport and lisle hosiery at
SOc arai $1.00 '""'
Si;k ho-iei:' in ail colors at
ei AO. to to PA Pair
:ed in oeniitiful bdxes and hoisier?'
A !:. hand v i.' -.v;.y.s J'.akiv.n, -
We have m; :'... :'-;;--;-
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We are selling many nice furs for
nrserrti. A ncv shipment just received
v''-!tcs us a inuch larger stock than wc
We hijve all the new shapes and siz-
el , Forces, Gray Knit Foxes,
hrkai Tolf, Russian Fitch, etc.
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Anything you want from
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Sci-. .; 50c t0 $2.50
,- 25c to $2.00
T:th: ..: : 25c '"$1.00
&!:...'...,:... 45c to $1.50
-?2L: $4.00 to $15.00
St,,vMv si.ob $4.95
L... $3,50 '-$7.50
:-i0 Z.:,.. . 85c '"$4.00
' 25c "'$4.00
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