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HAY EVENING, DECEMBER 27, 1922.
THE HICKORY DAILY RECORD PAGE THREE The spirit of the holiday season prompts us to express appreciation 0f our pleasant business' relations luring the year and to most cordially for our many customers a Happy New Year r HATPIN ESS MARKS CHRISTMAS EXERCISES Geo. E isanar In Temporary Home HICKORY INSURANCE & REALTY CO General Iniurance find Boad Ofif bttwffn Firt National and Southern Public Utilities Co, Mis. R. F. Tf i'tkH week vitlj her mother in Sclma. Mrs. J. W. Hoke, Mrs. W. A. Hall ami Mrs. Virginia Hall spent yester day in the Happy Valley. Miss Veda Lutz left Saturday for her home in Eikin, W. Va., where she will spend several weeks. The Embroidery club will meet to morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. G. F. Ivcy. WHAT DID YOU GIVE I'KFI'AUIM TO .llMl SV.t'iiv s aoortive ei u at'e pvdotrian. Mr. ::m! Mrs. Roland Morris and son have returned from a visit to Marion. They were accompanied home by Miss Mary Anna Miller who will be. their guest for several days. Pleasant aw the ddijdfted Yt5rsiests common mm win coira -- CB 3 ?, HE'S. U.S. PAT. CFP. 1) 1 J i yOiHif f wnw.i rt i Trrtw - u ithi-it , , , in i "a"M"mBr; Qual ity Tires Sat Gyp" Prices IhZVt AH Weather Tread $12.50 JOtfH CroHs Rib Cord ..$12.50 32:1 Cross Rib Cord ....$24.50 10x3 Pathfinder $ 8.85 80zf,H Cros Rib Tread ..$10.65 Emy Year in A Good Year For Goodyear Tires. Standard Garage Sales Company niCKORT, n. a CHANGE OF LIFE t - " Florida Lady Was in a Miserable Condition, But Say She Found Cardui Helpful, and Got Well. Altha Fla. In explaining how she found Cardui so helpful during change of SSr Mrs. Ella M. Bailey, of Route 2, this pl?fc5jme so weakened it was an effort for me to ct around. I knew what was he matter but I felt like 1 couldn't give up Miss Lillian RocKttt of Granite Falls ' is me attractive guest of Misses Mary and Sudie Sherrill. Mr. Victor Seaboch of Durham is spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Seaboch. o Mr. Geo. S. Blackwelder of Badin is spending several days with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Blackwelder. Mr. Henry Witherspoon of Danville, Va., spent the holidays with friends and relatives in the city. Mr. George Hoke of Atlanta, who spent the .'Christmas season here, left today for Asheville where he will spend several days.- .... Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Ratchford and two daughters returned ' yesterday morning from Gastonia where they gere guests over Christmas. Ml Tfnhpi-t i!i-.miM- nf Vm;trn:i- !prn sno'ii Chfist'iuK with Mvs. Rnnnpv and children at the home of his mother, Mis. T. P. Bonner, on Twelfth avenue. o Miss Treva Brewer of Cleveland, Term., is visiting" her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bumgarncr, on Twelfth avenue. "Ti Ktnnlpv Hall returned to T.nlrp. Junaluska today after spending- Christ mas with her mother, Mrs. J. K. fos-t-r. Mr. Goo. Craic- of Asheville snent Christmas with Mrs. Craig- and daugh- ter at the home ol her mother, ;urs. Walter S. Taylor. Miss Amv Canslel. who teaches ;chool near Lineolr.ton, is spending the "... ... . Tl t .1 iio i avs with her parents, ivir. anu Mrs. Henry Cansler. o Mrs. Belle Ramsay and Miss Mary icamsav who were thristmas guests if Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Hall, return ed todav to their Imnie in Gastonia.' Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Marshall and hildrcn of Davidson are guests this veek of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Johnston. Miss Clarissa Abernethy, a student :it the North Carolina College for VYo- nent, is spending the holidays with ler mother, Mrs. H. D. Abernetny; Mis: l.ncv Locke is home from the North Carolina College for Womrm, (Jrecnsboro, for the Christmas holi days. o . . j -snA I certainly was "l JUSI pffiw. -"T, - a I rnnld not . 1 was.L r"1 "Sir" I couldn't nervous Mrftin.rst miserable and euch a heipiess ICC....B. , t of "I wouia gei uci""" heart. SE QECORD IMA NT (IDS Jse "ecop.d IISJant Hds to,a,erH.re Son- for 'makes! a person ; worse. caw 1 wasn t so nervuua, r me "Gradually ne & Was i in Pit arm A;a 1 ua",VA all riffht. uaram u u , oor me7 an3 I certainly ac What did you give ! to your friend today, What to the Waif you- met by the way, .. - 5 Only a bauble, purchased with pelf, Filled with the egb of pride and self? - . 1 O?), did you wrap yvith the thing you sent ; . . A bountiful . bit of sentiment, That came with a rush, a thrill and start " Straight from the depths of a loyal heart ? ; i Which caused .'your helpmate the greater bliss, ! Your string of pearls or the holiday kiss ? Did you let the hild'ren romp ' in glee, And ride them in fun upon your knee? j , What did you think that your gold could do. Unless sustained by sympathy, too, The kind that will anake a mortal whole, And a better, stronger, nobler soul ? What did you give to your fellow man : To the poor and humble of life's clan A firm handshake ' and a word of cheer, 1 Or greetings which seemed so in sincere? Did you call to mind, that fame - and caste, Regardless of how they may be classed, v All worth no more than a tat tered glove, Compared to the saving grace of love ? As you face the world this Christ mas day, S rich in blessings in every way, As you hailed the high and low of earth, iy On this glad morn of the Mas ter's birth; -Did vou scorn all sordidness and 'self, And freely give His name, your self? These are the questions, ancJ these anew, The Babe of Bethlehem asks of you. RALPH METHVIN THOMSON. COMMUNITY SERVICE GAME NIGHT Thursday evenino- a.? usual the Com munity service game night and com munity get-to-gether will be held at the legion hall. A special invita tion is extended to those home "or the holidays to attend. The games begin at 7:30 and last for two hour:?, all present participating. There is some thing doing every minute and a chance to meet your old friends yoj have not seen for weeks. West Hickory, Dec. 27. All the Sun day schools of the different churches f Vpst. Hickorv held thsir usual Christmas, exercises during the last few days. The schools all rerovt that on account of the influenza being so prevalent in the town that they were rather handicapped this year in train ing the children r.s so many of them as well as teachers were sick and could not be present for regular rehearsals, but they report a nice time and splen did exercises under the cii camstunees. Each school also had a nice treat in connection with the exercises which was greatly enjoyed. VonV enrresnondent was present at onlv two of the exercises and can give the' details only of these two. The first was held by the Sunday .s-hool of the Church of God at the Saints cnapei Saturday evening.-. There was a .large crowd present and the program con sisted of songs, recitations, dialogues, nunrttt.tps. etc. Pastor Pve stated that on account of the sickness in the town Hint thr teachers had a hard time m training the children, but regardless of the circumstances the entire program was delivered in a very fine and im pressive manner. The children all dirt themselves credit and showed tnat their tsathers had spared no pains in training them and that their work had spoved a success. , At. th'a close of the exercises ras ter Pve mr.de some fine remarks 'and Mrs. Pve, who had just returned irom a trip 'to Baltimore, alo made some very appropriate remarks: both were vpi-v instructive and greatly enjoyed. Then followed the distributing of tne treat.-. Each member of the school re- ..o,-,ri - lwc wp 1 filled with appies, oraneescandv and other good things to eat. The next was delivering of presents and seme very line presents "-ire handed out. Pastor and Mrs. G. H. Pve were presented with a fine lap robe'bv the school and Rev. and Mrs. H. L. Pendleton were presented a nice ,.;iv ;h lw Vii Rnndav school class and the ladies sewing circle. Mr. Vir- :i Mnnro iwpived S5 m cash as a pres ent from the young people. This pres ent was delivered by Mrs. Pye, wno made some very fine and complimen tary remarks about Mr. Moore. At of the teachers of the Sunday school then gave very member of their class a nice present which was greatly ap preciated. This bringing the services to a close. This service was considered a conrolete success in general by the pastor" , the superintendent and tne entire school. BIG SPECIAL GKA N D TOMORROW AND FRIDAY THE ISLE OF ZORDA Adapted from i ll JULES VERNE'S Mathias Sandorf A great spine shiver. The book is great, the Photoplay is Greater. Fires the Blood, Thrills the Heart !f LURE LUXURY LAVISHNESS Regular Admission . . 10c and 20c It r --yt., it- . . " inaperones were -n Mr. and Mrs. Rowell Holt and son, c LutZi Ml., and Mrs. Rowell, Jr., have returned to Charlo.te and Mr and Mrs F A. after spending Christmas wun Mrs. &amn(r mistletoe ant Unit's mother. Mrs. J o A. Martin. DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT One of the most delightful of the festivities marking the yuletide season was the dance given Saturday evening by Mr. Paul Allred at the home, of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Allred, at Forest Park. Chaperones were Mr. and Mrs. 11. Carl U. Moore Russell. Holly, gleaming mistletoe and other Christ mnc rWm-ntions adorned the home i . i 4.x; .' 1, . . u and tormect a preiiy scaun iul. tuu Mr. Joe Peterson returned to At- lance which began at 9 o'clock and nntn r,n.. vpsterdav after spending nnHniiPH nntil almost 12. Music was Christmas with his parents, Mr. and furnjshed by the Victrola. Delicious Mrs. J. F. Peterson, on UjigiUn aveuat. punch and sandwiches were served. o Those dancing were Misses Mar- TXToot. nivnn Sneas' many friends ,.of Tovlnr r.lnrissa Abernethv. a?1 co ivi i i - caib it',? , ' i- v 4- 1-Tiiiw that. hr IS aet- 1 ai: T A A iVon LniiisC Will OO KWU rwif" - . .. I .-VIICU J-i.yci i.y . .-vnviii - tno- aiong nicely after being ill wltlM Gillie, Annie Killian, Charlie Hall and niiuenza. Aueiaiue rvam ui ... o John Aiken, Biley Patrick, Alan and n,- sin.t Mrs. W. P. Speas and cnu- stp(lman Gouncill. Jerry McComb. dren have returned from Winston- Ciem Geitner, Jacob S. Jeitner, Donald Salem where they spent unbuiu - - . ' . -. r . 1 W1LI1 1UI. ','" I ' Mrs. L. A. Speas. Mr. Walter C. Taylor, who with Sirs. Mt.n-7is Jim Keever. Pete Bohck Norman and Ralph Hutton Geo. John ston, Dick Shuford Spot Parks, Stewart and Foard of Newton. recommend it. have wrjt- Thousands or ou fis obtain. it to others. Trv it. Sold everywhereiryiu NC-M5 Taylor spent Christmas with his moth er, Mrs. Walter S. Taylor returned to White Pino, ienn., touay. xtxin. lor will remain here for some time. The many friends of Mr. J. E. Peterson of Greensboro will oe gat. i . tiot Vif i o-pttins- along mce- llv after being operated on at a Gicen, iboro hospital for appendicists. I!,- M F.arnev of Evans- burg, Pa., and Misses Arnette and Dor- F-irnev ol ijenoir aic -holidays with Mrs. Watt Abee on Ninth avenue. UEIN-ROCXETT (Special to the Record) A beautiful wedding took place at the home of R. L. Roekett in Conover Tnocrlnv aftprnoon. December 20 at 2 o'clock in which Miss Hudah Roekett became the bride of Dr. Urestes l . T?oi'r.f T rinir Collece. Hickory. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Geo. EMennen, pastor of the Con cordia Ev. Lutheran church, Conover, using the impressive ring ceremony of the Lutheran church. The v.ows wrere spoken oeiore an : dtar nf ferns and potted plants. The wedding music was rend- RUTHERFORD COLLEGE Rutherford College, Dec. 27. It is not often that I correct a mistake ot the printer in one of my articles, but you will please let me correct one made in your issue of the 22nd instant. The tvpes made me say that the secretary treasurer of this church reported cerr tain things. It should have been ''the centenary church treasurer." - Perhaps no community in all the land enjoyed a more quiet Christmas than t-u-L '..io Wo hud no nreachina' Sunday, and but a short session of the Sunday school, owing to the unsatisfactory condition of the heating plant. We had no organized observance of the day, but each' family had its own program, some of which had the pleasure of en tertaining loved ones who have been in school and elsewhere abroad. Miss Lochie Stover of Greensboro spent Sunday and Monday at home with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. i. c?4-,... votnvniiw Tuesday. oi.uv.,-1, 1 ..... . Harry -G. Goode and wife and ii. o. Rutherford and wife of Winston-Salem spent a few days at home with then parents and friends. Mr. and Mrs. George Bryant of May odan spent Christmas with her mother, "Mother" Green and other kindred. Dr. S. D. Gordon noted author and wife arrived from the north Sunday ni"ht to spend the holidays with his brother-in-law, Rev. J. L. Kilgore. We are always glad to have these honored visitors with us. Mr. Lemuel Clegg, son of Rev. M. is. Clegg o? the Murphy station, stopped over for a night on his way home from Trinity College to spend his Christmas with the home folks. ; . Mr. Cyrus Green of Greensboro is snendinsr the holidays with kindred i and friends here. , s ! Miss Lucile Alberton of High Point, is spending the holidays at Mr. l . .xvi. Rutherford's. , Mrs. Wyatt and two daughters are ,r,,ii'n,r 'cht-istmas in and around Opl-.t-....vr, . Greensboro. ' Mr. and Mrs. A. L. LeFevre had all their children and grand children ex cept one son who is in California, at home with them Sunday. '. RoV. Joe M. Green of Bethell, Hay wood county, spent Christinas here. S You Have Been Nice to Us Wo want to be Nice to You n Morrv Christmas we wish you a i;iTCil'Vov -w r XT-nr Y PJll . anu a napjij Yours for Dependable Service Piedmont Cleaners and Dyers Pllone25ry w.E. Farrow, Mgr. ... """" 4 .. !,"" j I I 1 1 I I I 1 i i i i i 1 I 1 i i i 1 i ered by Mrs. R. L. Washburn, playing jpst, returned to John- processional Lohengrin wedding , today after spending n. and during the ceremony "To Vip was accom- ; l... TTroil Miss Era Prop r',--.. Ton n - L:' t homp She was accom d Mi- Suttlemyro -ho 1 ... 7 ,.... fnr spvoral days. will oe nur j.- Miss Ruby McWhirter, librarian, is ISLE OF ZORDA" GRAND TOMORROW , r." Kir MnfDnwpl 1 The bride was married in a traveling suit of blue tricotine with accessories i i.U to lnaitu. , , The out of town guests were mi.. x Miss Ruby Mcvvnirtci, iiulc. . The out of town guesis weie nu, pending the holidays in Comer, Ga. . parents of the groom, and During her absence Miss Mary E Mr. and Mrs. stroup of Gastonia, Prof. 8 . nffm. thp library. , i a..,, ifiUnt nf Hu-k- I .... I-1 n fr niifi i iiu ' ' ' ' ' ' . - Kl'OWn ) " , m Miss McWhirter will return next Tuesday. att oviri Mvs. Kuhns ot rticK- ory and Miss Kathryn Mennen Ox La- ! i J. T iaveiic, luu. , , The bride is the oldest daughter ol Mr nnd Mrs. K. L. KOCKeii. one ia .i Wn-shincr-l Mr Mnl'Vlll r)Uiimaiiici ; r 1 ton D. C, is visiting his parents, Mr. t her 5n thc Claremont graded and Mrs. R. M. Bumgarner. Mr. and qo1 and one of Conover's most tal Mrs Bumganier also have as then d and tnarming young ladies The ... Mvs. Oscar Bumgai- ; . nrnm;n,,T,t member of the 'llfVl.S 111. n- - " - - I I ner of Tulsa, OWla srrooiii 10 i"""""' , faculty of Lenoir College, being, pro fessor of uerman anu ntuui. . .. c ,u Mt Airv TheV lett on a oiiudi wik w Miss Sudie tmrns ol n. c.. Baltimore and fiuiaaei- o-vided school faculty is spenuinji glddtu sLiiwi ,X Mr and nhia. holidays wun nci : , Mi W. W. Burns, ner incnuo v, J''-: . . . U.. 5, nKln to bp nut clad to 'know that she is able to be out 7,,n after being ill with influenza. Rev. and Mrs. Walter W. Rowe and , i-t hi morning in their car for Thomasville where they will be cuests for several aays v. During their absence Miss Louise Rowe will bo with her granupan-m, m ana pnm. . . - x,a:ro The following announcemcaw been sent out: ''.:.' - , Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Roekett announce the marriage of their dauerhter Huddah Elizabeth to Mr. Orestes P. Rein on Tuesday the twenty-sixth of December, nineteen hundred and twenty-two 17 ' - Conover, North r-Caroima: ' "The Tsle of Zorda" the famous T mi!? "MqItiqc n icturization of Jules .i.v,Q'e n.fnllpn "Monte Cristo novel will be attraction extraordinary at the Grand theatre tomorrow au Dn nf tl-iP novel. "Mathis lVCCVUtiO " - , , el" rJ11 alwavs carry with them Jules Verne's masterly scenery in; tne Algerian slave market and those in the chief adventurer's harem where it. i ?c v.olrl n-nnpr duress until the hero returns trom nis s isie v ux r7ju t. iivinff rptrihiit.ion uDOn his a v.or Thp heroine s lite il. i,w. ond thp thrillme- mci- 111 Llie Haiti" . , . , dents of her. escape are said to render iinifirant. all nrevious eitorts in picture production to present scenes of this character convincingly. Don t miss this wondertui mcture. rvukxl admission 10 and cents. W,LUAVsnMETODAY ONLY rm Qonro n traction at the Pas- .. xj.. ViQ W 11 am S. Hart time iuut v"', - ttv'voun in a return engagement in Tiayelin Or" a Paramount picture". This ib one of the most dramatic photoplays in which this popular star has ever ! been sen. Ethel. Grey Terry heads a strong supporting cast. , - The Welcome Sip at Link's Shoe Shop If we have learned anything .during the year ju st closing it is td improve on what our customers have told us was first class shoe repairing. In the year just around the corner we will try a little bit harder, expect to make scores of new friends and to add them to customers who insist on having their repair work done by Link. . Our place is next door, to Standard - Garage. We extend a cordial invitation and guarantee satisfaction. . , . , Link's Shoe Shop f Wins Chinese Baby Show Prize j 'ft h The of the shown ' " . ... .,i va- vnvk- niKler the auspices- here, won the llrst prize. . -:, . . -,: tu Urilr hmisp and several residence lots on Highland avenue in Hickory. Also , a business lot, close m, near tne oiacKwci- ; uyvx will ha sold at auction UOl UVIIJV) " " , Saturday, December 30th at 2:00 o'clock: p. m. This property is all well located and very valuable. Easy terms. Remember the date Saturday, December 30th For information see or call . j. A. Isenhower or D. A. RuHedge OSCAR PITTS, Auctioneer ) 1 1. S -. . v.-..'- .t: r Hi If i , M:J.-K.Bumginer.