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In my reading, H.D.'s varied concerns and images in thiswork all have a defense of poetry and poets at their root. So, when H.D.describes wartime destruction, she conveys it in terms of \"our books area floor / of smoldering ash under our feet,\" (42) as if the war were adirect attack on writers. Similarly, she addresses the \"Sword,\" hermetonym for the violence of war, to warn it that \"without thought,invention, / you would not have been,\" (43) meaning that, while violenceis an unfortunate by-product of human endeavor, it is one that will always besubordinate to--and defined by--the word; for H.D., it is no coincidence that\"sword\" and \"words\" are anagrams. Language is not justthe material from which poetry is made, it is a force in its own right, andfor H.D. there is no more worthy use of language than poetry. Poets, in hervision, are \"proud and chary,\" (44) \"indifferent to your goodand evil,\" (45) humbly admitting that \"we ... / have our badmoments\" but remaining \"wistful, ironical, willful,\" (46)their fluidity conveyed by the alliteration in that phrase. PlainlyH.D.'s poets are varied in their attributes and possess humor andpersonality, far more so than those critics, observers or warmongers who aresimply \"good\" or \"evil.\"
y7 ' -ATCH TOUK\"\"labelRecord subscribers. Ti renew nt least a SlH-fore. theirFair tonight and Sunday ; slightly warmer'ton i ght m oderate sout heast and west winds. -J9PUBLISHED SEPTEMBER 11, 1915.HICKORY, N.C., SATURDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 23, 1922,PRICE FIVE CENTS''r.tistmmisHTATE FARMERChr, . .- v ': y . - : ; -. -lj.lwMm0 T7T7ro77T7 Iine six mmWWFeature md$8iaviSpecial Programs Arranged by Churches for Tomorrow Christmasday School ExercisesPlaces Where Peoplemui'al number, all ex-'r: I,..sentinu-nts ot the day,lill be innl.T.',1 in the Hickorytomorrow, anc tne various\"\"\" ...:M . .. v.w. J Will U' U ' V Isermons appro-. ... th,. .uiasion. In some ofP1'',. ...u.,, ,..muI Christmas davS k ...;u Vicl.l Mondav and'v. . ...... .i nii-xitiT sirr n n .diildivnSumliiVliiJu'l'ywill bring outTin- churches...... niM i'U Jii nmK bi-i-n tastefully decorated for the.. ;ni rvk.'s. the choirs have beenmined 'for the Christmas music, andir\"'\"\" . tu.. u:.. ufh-irksirivini; uu me mini ini\"u;.. :ilu lie smii' oi mi- .unBivirfl he in evidence. Members and visi-.... .inu iiT . v u tin .v.... ...hf city.jSNOl'NfFMKNT OF SERVICESciiKisT i rrm-KAN cm kchill'V.. A. Freed. Castor..h.M.I iit 10 a. m. ServiceSundayChilil! t'tl yvivuc unuay i-mmiuik aijicrvicc i ih iuii.i. u. i.v .ii iS:rani!i'i's arc welrome to all ser-CHRISTMAS TUKK SKRV1CBAT HOLY TIMMTY CIIURCHTin Chi-i'.ttnas tree service at HolyJlrinity th in ill at o clock ChristmasSpcci.il music oi aiunems,jtuLs and I hiirttmas hymns, anaChristmas solus ly Mrs. Tomlinson.Mr. AltuTt Hewitt, Jr.Highland HaptistH, ('. WhiUni-r. pastorSrwbv N'hiioi at '.): 15, A. T.Fox,Sr.marhirn; nt eb-ven by the pastor.Bhjrt't: \"The ('umlfffttsion of Christ.B Y. P. I . ai t;. ii. in.rWhinir fit 7 !. in bv the pastor.JftjKt; \"The Rejected Clirwt.\"n'ou au- cordially invited to attendatx services.W\".t Hickory ReformedII. McNairy, pastor.l!ii(ikt'oi'dThe Sunday school will have itsaristmas service at 7:00 o'clockMurphy Memorial9:;' Sunday school, L. A. Huffman,Mfr.rr.emier.t.11:00 Christmas sc'rvice. .The public is cordially invitediFirst KaiitUtW. R. UraiUluaw, pastorSuiiday schoui at 9:45, Thomas-utt, fuperintentient.Machine at eleven o'clock bv pas' subject; \"The First Christmaswai hinir nt seven o'clock. Subject, 'Day Helicon.\"I Y. P. U. at six o'clock. r. A.Wener, president. Come and wor-'3 MJith US.. . FIRST .MF.iTlODISTS. kirkpatrick, pastor.lUlav school ut u. m.ciiil Christmas music will ' be auri! of the morning service andpast(r will r,r,.ncti ,,n TVip Christ-h Spirit.\".fne F.pworth league has charge atW. These Vdtlnir txw.nlo havu nt'P-W a jt'Mid program of- ChristmasI11' recitation, nimlftminip.' . etc.\"WmasI'l'l IIIIV V.l 1 k VI IV'Minate Will lu. hn.ii,k h fV.\"\"J hour.I'hiladelphia LutheranGi-ariitf. Falls.sJl'V' J: J.Kirklev, P\"tor.y M-nooi at 10 a. miWKl'V tun....:... . I .Mr. C.u -j nu,,,-, inu'iKieni.\"''nntifi- w...v.;,.,. ... , . ,.,.ir,.,LTht'.sl,phiT(l.s' Joy.\" Luke 2:10:Jry0 Have Christmas All theHondo v ., n ... . . 'Sim 7i- . ' p- a ennstmas \"roP entitled, \"The Bells of Christ-will be rendered followed by. Pubhc j;, cordially invited toat all our services.N' EXRKCISK8 ATli' HI. MKTMODIST CHURCHn iim. .'Whfulallfrayer.fintni. i . .Off..,, \"-on Martha Jlortonvi i rv\"O Little Town of Bethf'Wtn \" .. . i.i i . . . ..... .i ihm,.... \" 'manortot.iK-nt Night.\"yv a ...i . ... 'irtetDeal,rH am Cf.i.i.mSTjh,. Wiie Men., ws Seizor and Mr. Dellin'loLuurm Defil.iriv,..\".''r'I',,,1, Daughter,\" by\"f gifts.Day Services and Sun-in Many ChurchesMay Worship.yy Fi\"t PresbyterianRev. E. M. Craig, D. D., -Pastorloth street nnrl i rttv. nxrni aSunday school at 9:45 a. m.K. J. KeVelev. SirnprinfcnnlMrMorning service at 11 oV-Wc. ThnKev. N. J. Wricrht. of thf MtVinH:episcopal cnurch, will, occupy themi pit.At the seven o clock a spe:-ie.l service win be given by tho Sundavscnoor, at which time the carious depanments will otter a pageant, entitled \"Together Shall They Sing' Thepublic\" is cordially invited to attendthis, as well as all other services ofthe church.St. Andrew's LutheranH. B. Perry, Ph. D., pastor.The program of the Christmas service at 11:00 a. m. is as follows:Organ prelude.Hymn \"O Come, All Ye Faithful.\"'Anthem \"The Angel's . Song\"Cranmer.Sermon \"What we see in the Man-Solo \"O Holy Night.\" Adam, Mrs.Morgan.Hymn \"Hark, the Herald AngelsSing.\"7:00 p. m. Special Christmas Pageant by the Sunday school.Bible school at 9:45.Everybody is cordially invited to allthese services.Ascension, Episcopal\"Rev. S. B. Stroun, Rector.The services at the Episcopal churchon Sunday next will be as follows:7:30 a, m, Holy Communion.9:45 a. m. Church school.11:00 a. m. morning prayer andsermon.No service at 7:00 o'clock.Christmas eve service at 11:30 p. m.This is the so called midnight service and is always one or the mosticautiful and impressive services otthe Christmas season.Christmas day service with a celebration of the Holy Communion at10::i0 a. m.The public is cordially invited to theChristmas festivities.CHRISTMAS EXERCISES ATFIRST HAITIST CHURCHThe First Paiptist Sunday schoolwill observe their annual Christmasexercise at the church tonight at7:30 p. m.An interesting program has been arranged and Santa Claus will be thereto reward the little folks.It has been the custom of theBaptist to remember others at this season and every one is requested tobring a Rift and make the \"WhiteChristmas feature\" the best of ourprogram.. \"It's more blessed to give than toreceive.THOS. P. PRUITT, Supt.Holv Trinity Lutheran13th avenue and 15th street.Rev. Chas. R. W. Kegley, pastorAt 11 a. m. Sunday services sub-ect of sermon: \"Tne r.iernimade Flesh, theChrist-child, theSaviour.\"' a n n m no servicesin viewof special services, short address andmusic' appropriate fc ChristmasDav. will be rendered.At 7 d. m. Monday the Sundayruriativina tree nrogram wIItbe given by the Primary and Inter-Carols, readings, responses etc. v,mhe enioved bv all present. The mubhc\" . . r1 r-ritf l I Itreatto be given out after church Sunday I Coast Line train eh\" route, from Jacka. m. sonville to New York, were derailedlllVIlt'U. . -AT HOLY TRINITYl.ifV- Christmasmorningp,.m at Holy Trinity Lutherannight\" Mcuantt.Prayer.-Scripture Lesson. ' . , - ,Hym-VCome Hither ye Faithful.' Anthem-\"That First ChristmasMorn. Newxon. v..-,Mnio \"The Birthday of our Kins--Ncidlenger.'Mrs. Tomlinson.-gSC5bh Utth Town of Bethleu\" hstt. Mrs. Toml.nson and Mrs.Iltll . ' 'Kegley. x .. .u .i r-ShSin.VhisMorn.\"; Orcan nroIa.le-\"Aaoration\"-Ath-\"cborUH-'-n'Kthe Herald AnprclSincrs'-Mcnn.u'- n th World\"Hymn NoLutkin. , -. The Apostle's creed.Birthday of Jesus.\"-Wilson, by . nonsive andcesMICH PLANSNEWTMATiflNSYSTEMBv the Associated Pifsi.ansing, Mich.. Dec. 23. F.n.irr-ment Of legislation to remoHol t)ir.state's taxation system, cut down th.cost of state government, develop thestate as an agricultural center, tighten the \"blue sky\" laws and broadenwomen's fights will be asked, alongwith other proposed changes in thelaws, of the Michigan legislaturewhen it convenes in regular session ir.January.Outstanding in the prospectivelegislation are the following proposals: To provide a gasoline tax to financehighway development and maintenance without a real pronertv tax.To make more compact the centralized state government which was inaugurated two years ago, bv curtailing and combining departments.10 make the furnishing of prisonous liquor punishable as manslaughter.fo tighten the motor vehicle laws.by prescribing more specifically thelighting equipment on automobiles.and increasing the penalties for speed-in\" and reckless driving.To delegate to the state agricultural college much of the work doneby the state agricultural department.Jo provide what amount to a literacy test for coters.To provide a bill of right for wo-mei. which will put them on an equalstanrlmg with men in business andwelfare matters.To enact a land certification lawwhich will enable nonresidents of thestate to invest in Michigan's undeveloped lands and to provide that thestare encourage reforestation of idleland-! not suited to agriculture by reducing taxes.The reapportionment of the statlegislative, district, which comes bc-for-'-'the ligisdature by virtue of tbf1902 federal census, stands high Vrpta'e Interest. Other measures include provision for a eugenics law:to devise ways and means or raisingmoney to retire the $01,550,000 stattbor'led indebtedness without addingto the tax burden on real ipronertyjind'to make insanity grounds foidivorce.An attempt may be made to rcvivthe income tax, which was initiatcr1bv the 1921 legislature and defeatedby the voters.MRS. SIGMON DEADNewton, Dec. 23. Mrs. Lewis Sigmon. aged about 80 years, died Thursday night. Funeral services were heltoday from Mt. Olive Lutherarchurch.She is survived by two childrenMiss Minnie Sigmcn and Mr. IL ASigmon. ,By the Associated Press.Rocky Mount, N. C., Dec. 23. Fifvteen .passengers were injured earlytoday when eight cars, including fouisleepers, and the ongine oi Atlanticinear Lucania. Two of the injured. Mrs.S. L. Glass, 1-aureii, imss., wiiuvback was hurt, and Mamie niuuit;negress of Raeford, N. C, nervousshock, were brought here.The others; only slightly injuredwere treated at the scene.Offitials after making an investigation announced that the wreck wasO . - 1 ' ! 'probably caused by a oroKen ran.The fact that the last traveling waindid not injure more of the 250 personswas regarded as marvelous'.COTTON GROWERS ARETO GET ONE MILLIONT..leih. N. C. Doe. 22. Checks totaling one million dollars went out tohova from the North CarolinaIjCotton Growers' Cooperative Associa-tion weanesuay ik'\" -secondadvance of $25 a bale and checkstor a similar inuum. mm. y. y v.day, it was announced irom neauquarters. ' . ,Checks should have gone out on December 15, it was stated, but on account of cloudy and rainy weathewhich has prevailed, the grading ofcotton which can only be done in sunlight, and which is necessary beforeWnvPhonse receipts are negotiable, wasBy the\" Associated press. : .Santa Pe, Nl - M '.- Dee. 23. Sivmen with heavy suit cases, who arrived from Los Vegas in an automobileearly today were placed in jailpending investigation in connectionwith the robbery of the federal minttruck at Denver, of $200,000 in currency. v ; ' ,'The. United States \" marshal's officehad received a tip from Los Vegasand Deputy Gouchey and AssistantSuperintendent Dugan of the penitentiary, after observing the suspectsat breakfast in a restaurant, tonk-them into custody.HIES IIJEWTfFIEDAIMER ROUGE C;By the Associated Press.Mer Rouge, La., Dec. 23. The wirebound mutilated bodies of two men recovered yesterday on ,Lake Laforcheby state troops believed to be thoseof Watt Daniels and Thomas Richards,who disappeared after being kidnappedby hooded and masked men last August, were further identified this morning when viewed by Richards' widow,J. L. Daniels, aged father of Watt, anda score of other relatives and friendsIdentification of Daniels at least iscomplete, according to authorities, because of initials \"F. W. D.\" found ona belt buckle, and which Daniels wassaid to have worn at the time.The bodies are lying in the Masonictemple, where they are guarded by adetachment of Monroe national guard.The guards are armed with automaticrifles and instructed by Captain Cooper to shoot persons who may attemptto spirit away the bodies. :\" The inquest' \"may be held late thisafternoon, according to Dr. Fred Patterson, the coroner.HEARING IN JANUARYBy the Associated Press.Monroe, La., Dec. 23. AttorneyCleneral Coco has has set January 5 asthe date for the Morehouse parish openhearing in connection with the Moi'ehouse kidnapping case, it was learn-d here today.By the Associated Press.Pittsburgh, Pa.,. Dec. 23. Fourbandits today shot Ross Dennis, paymaster of the Pittsburg Coal Company and escaped with a satchel containing about $20,000 in currency. Thehold up occurred on Mount Lebanonnear here while a party of companyofficials were carrying pay to the miners.11'' County detectives armed with riotuns, were rushed to Mount Lebanonfrom the sheriff's office here. -\"ft!.Dennis was riding a motorcycle inadvance of an automobile in whichSuperintendent William Young andthree other employes were guardingthe pay satchel. The bandits shot Dennis without warning and he fell fromthe motorcycle. Before the driver couldstop 'his machine, they were upon it.The robbers obtained the satchel andescaped.UTILIZING HIM\"Obbahoogin! Labbadoogon! Elug-gablah'ble!\" cooed the infant;\"Dear me!\" sighed the young motn-sv-a-V T 1 1 ' I 1 1 TI 1 A. Jer. now l wisn nxxie nunwi wuuiulearn to talk!\" '\"Talk nothing!\" ihouted. the prodigy's-sire. \"Gimme aper and pencil!If he'll just keep dn that way\"-111soon: have enough names for PullmanCars5 td win us a million dollars.Kansas City Star. JNO PAPER MONDAY..The Record will nit publish onMonday Christmas day but willappear on Tuesday afternoon, asusual. Christmas is cine of the fewholidays the Record force is able toenjoy. The paper desires - to express; to its friends jits appreciation T of their support during , theclosing year and to ivish them allthe! fhappiness possible to crowdnto this joyous season.r . .. I0 BANDITS GETWITHABE HEPORT0ACTBy the Associated Press.naieigh, ,n. ; C.y Dec. 23. Des-Mothe fact weather conditions h; vv ... munsettled during the past tv.o weeks,farming progress has been generalsemi-monthly bulletin issued by theNorth Carolina and United States departments of agriculture.The bulletin follow:-. :\"More cotton has been c-inncd thanexpected, indicating a larger crop.Praciteally all o the crop has hoenPicked. The percent ginned todat -. isslightly less than last year. The quality is good. The production for thestate is estimated at S52.000 baiei;of 500 pounds, gross weight, or -100,-489,000pounds of lint. The 'productionis greater than last year by about75,009 bales, and is 67,000 bales, greater than the ten year averap-n. Theprice of 24.5 cents is about 8 centshigher than a year ago.\"The auction sales of tobacco soldtodate total 166,000 pounds; The average price is 31 cents per pound, orabout 4 cents better than last year.The heaviest sales were reported onthe Tollowing markets;-Wilson. Wins.Tonraiem, Greenville, Kmstch andKocky Mount.\"Hay prices are generally firmthe receipts are ample for the demand. This has been one of the state'slargest hay crops in yield and acreage. Pastures are furnishing sometood tor livestock due to the continued rams and normal temperatures\"Future grain prices advanced during the week ending December 12, andregained a good inart of the losses ofthe previous week. The week closedat $1.18 5-8 for the December wheatand 70 1-2 cents for the Decembeicorn. Ked winter wheat is reportedscarce.This has been a record breaking-year tor shipments oi pears in thcountry as a whole, with Californiathe leading state, with a productionof 5,000,000 bushels. This state's commercial pear cron is comparativelysmall. Large ciuantities of apples artbeing marketed from this sta'The total shipments of leading1 ines of vegetables and truck haveropped sharidy. Potato marketweakened in spite of decreased shipments. Prices of cabbage and onionshave .advanced: Syvwt potatoes act-vance'd-slightly, due to decreased receipts.\"1 nis season s shipments of sweel:lotatoes to November 25 total 3SGcars, which is almost half of the shipments of \"1921-22 to the same date.The production is considerably greater this year than last.\"The last two weeks have been generally unsettled, with changeableweather. The temperatures have beenabout normal as a rule. General rainsand cloudiness were reported in manyparts of the state during the period,with light snows in some sections, accompanied by low temperatures. However, no serious damage has beenreported from the cooler weather.arm progress has been generalthroughout the state. The comparatively mild weather was favorable toplowing and seeding of grains.\"Hickory, merchants were, bestirringthemselves today to take care of therush of holiday trade, were calledupon to put on extra help in' manycases and were destined to do a record business before they closed theirstores tonight. As early as 8 o'clockthis morning, thanks to a beautifulday, the crowds began cpming totown and before If o'clock the streetswere thronged with shoppers. Onewho had no business in the variousstores soon eased out.The weather has been favorable fortrading the past two days. Yesterdaynot so many farmers came to town,for the ground was right for plowing, and farmers were busy with theirwork; They laid off today and poinedtheir friends in the city. Town folkswere active yesterday and last nightand again today.This bade fair to be the best tratledav -in Hickory's history, if one coulcjudge by the morning and early aften-noon crowds. Most people waited until today to lav in their fruits andcandies and stores which had largestocks of these were kept unusuallybusy. The staples in all the storeswent well. ' !IMPORTED MORE LUMBERTHAN MARKET DEMANDEDYokohama, Japan, Dec. 2. Government, encouragement has resulted inorfl lumber- bein imported intoJapan during the hresent year thanthe market demanded, l nere is reported to be several million s of feetof ' American timber stored at thevarious ports for which, owing tothe business depression, there is nosale. This timber, it is feared willsuffer deterioration, due to dampclimate and ants. .I!BUSINESS gOOlTODAY ,Caroling Sunday Night and Christmas Tree Monday Night in Union Square Under Auspicesof Community. Service Where Groups ofCaroiers Will Assemble Tomorrow.With the season's shopping scheduled to end before midnight. theChristmas season, already a busy oneirom a trade standpoint will onfm-into anotner phase Christmas mncif.and sermons, distributiion of food andciothing among the poor and a eenemlj remembrance of one's friends or theless tortunate. The weather, to judgeirom the samples yesterday and today, will be ideal.'Chief events outside of the churchestomorrow and Monday will be:Distribution by the Rotary club Sunday afternoon of baskets to the poorof this city and vicinity.Singing of -carols beginning Sunday night at 8 o'clock by childrenunder adult leaders in all parts, ofHickory and adjourning towns. i 'Christmas tree on UnionsquareMonday nightrri i . ...me caroling and t hristmns trpfwill be under the direction of Com-munity service, of which Miss Mar-gueri.ite nson -is director. Mrs. S.iir:i. i.H. Farabee is chairman of the caroling general group and a dozen competent women are group chairmen andleaders.' Mrs.\" R. S. Brown, director ofmusic in the Hickory schools, drilledthe children in the carols., Christmas TreeThe Community Service committeefor Christmas have been busy forseveral weeks -refecting plans for anEverybody's Christmas and Tree ofLight to be held at 7 p m. on Christmas day. . .Promptly at n n. rn. the Carolersat the -Tree will start singing H6iyiNignt as Mr. VV. J. Shuford pressesthe magic button which will light thestar on the very ton of th trep ashort address of welcome by Mr. W,.A. Self will then follow. THp TTipVorvBand will play a few selections andthe full colored lights for the entiretree will be turned on and , Everybody's Christmas Tree will be Hickory s and yours. The caroling groupswill then sing \"II came unori themidnight clear\" and \"O Come All YeFaithful,\" after which ali are invitedto come up and View the tree h bitoser. \" sThe Community service organization is a new one in Hickory but isdemonstrating the. \"aluie of uisiteclcivic effort in such Community cele-brations as this Christmas program.The caroling will be a new Jh'for Hickory but according to the interest displayed this year is should be-ome an unusual event in which largegrovjps participate. Parents are askedto accompany the children wheneverpossible in the caroling and thus acidto the general interest.The tree was secured and will beerected\" by the CavalVyr troop underthe direction of Captain Earl T. Edwards. The lighting wa contributedby the Southern Public Utilities company. Notice to ChildrenChildren attention! Did you hannyour naine to Mrs. Brown in schoolsaying that you would like to sineChristmas carols on Sunday eveningbetween 8 and 9 p. m We are lookingfor you then at one of the groupmeeting places. Every one is urged toassemble promptly in order that noone wishing to welcome the carolershall be dissapnointed. Arrangementshave been made for sixteen groupsand at least 20 should sing in each oAthese groups. ,All children should go to the groupheadquarters nearest their home.A list ot the places where, the caroers will assemble follows:Ward 1 Mrs. George Baily, chairman. -Group 1 under Miss Pearl Littleand Mrs. Hazel . Aiken, children willmee at the home of Miss Little anasijig on Tenth avenue and in neighborhood of Mr. George Hall's.Group 2 under Mrs. W. B. Men-zies Meet at home of Mrs- MenziesBy\" the Associated Press. -' Washington,' Dec. 23 The weatheroutlook for the week beginning Monday: South Atlantic states, generally fairexcept rains are probable during thelatter part of the week; frosts' areprobable.HARD SURFACE COMPLETENEWTON TO HICKORY NOW; Newton, 1 Dec. 23. Completion : ofthe hard surface load between Hickory andvNewton yesterday afternoonat 3 o'clock caused much good feelingin this city. The wav is now open between-Newton and Hickory, althoughthe asphalt has not been laid on theentire link.and cover Thirteenth street to railroad and Thirteenth avenue to Thhteenth street.Group 3 under Mrs. J. L. Murphyand Mrs. Rusk Henry Will meet athome of Mrs. Henry and cover Fifteenth avenue to Twelfth street andTwelfth street to Tenth avenue.Group 4 under Mrs. C. R. Warlickand Mrs. Geo. Yoder Will meet atReformed church and cover Eleventhavenue to Twelfth street and Thnteenth avenue to Thirteenth street anuTwelfth avenue.Ward 2 Mrs. R. J. Revely, chairman.Group 1 under Mrs. W. TT. RarkWand Mrs. J. R. Tomlinson Will meetat the respective homes of the leaders and start from the postoffice, covering lweiith street and Ninth avenue to Burns' store.uroup 2 under Miss Emma Sut-. 't mnvro n i r t-nMiss Julia Hefner Will meet at thehome of ATissps s.vIHp,.i . vjauuu-I bell and cover Eleventh. Tenth annEighth streets to Tenth avenhip.Eighth avenue to Seventh street.Group 3 under Miss Virginia Allenand Mrs. J. O. Moore Will meet atthe homes of their leaders and coverthe vicinity of the South schoMorell's store and Kenworth.Group 4 under Mrs. C. L. Herman-Will meet at Ennis'. store and coverChestnut and Highland avenues.Group 5 tinder Miss Berthan DeatonPlace of meeting to be announceulater. Will cover vicinity of standpipe: . vWard 3 Mrs. Harold Shuford, chairman; Group 1 under Misses Ola Warnerand Ethel Buchelle and Mrs. NobleShumate Will meet at teacherageTenth avenue and cover Fourteenmand Nineteenth streets from Sixthto Tenth avenue- Tenth avenue fromThirteenth to Twentieth street.Group 2 under Miss Hilda White-!ir, Will meet at her home on Tenthii venue and cover Tvventvrfirst ainlTwenty-second streets and Ninth adTenth avenues.Ward 4 Miss Emma Runner, chairman. .Mrs. H. D. Aberneth\" Mrs. C. A.Jordan Mrs. Clyde V. Price, andMrs. Connolly Gamble, Misses OlivfaAbernethy, Virginia Sellers and HelenSprings, leaders Will meet at FirstBaptist church. Territory includesThirteenth to Twenty-second street,Tenth to Fifteenth avenue.West ' Hickory There will be sixp-rou'ps, one meeting in each of thesix churches.Brookford There will be fourgroups under the direction - of Mr.Hainey which will start out from tluchurch and cover the entire town ofBrookford. TH Carolers in Brookfordare to start out at 6:00 p. m. in orderto finish the caroling before the evening service ' at the church. 'Longview There will He iwagroups caroling at Longview, theywill meet at the Baptist church andgo out from there.Monday's Program'All groups of carolers are' askedto meet on Christmas day, Mondayat Union square, at 6:45 p. m. \"TheTree , of Light\" which is- everybody'stree will be lighted for the first -time at 7 p. m. ar the caroling groupsare asked to sing at the tree. The,,program will be. short lasting .not .over '45' minutes. .Be sure to have your lighted candleready on Sunday evening at 8 \"sharpto welcome the caroling groups forthe carolers will sing only before thehomes showing the symbol of welcomed Christmas c'ommittee Mrs. S. HFarabee, general chairman, Mrs. Robert Brown, schools and music, Mrs.George Bailey, Mrs. Harold Shuford,Mrs. R. J. Revely, Miss Emma Bonner, Mrs. W. J: Shuford, music atthe tree and band. : ,--4-C1ISTMAS HOURSHickory people may get their Christmas mail at the postoffice tomorrowfrom 3 to 4:30 p. m.; Postmaster Millerannounced today. On . Christmas daythe windows will be open from 10:80.to 12:30 and the city carriers willmake the - regular morning - deliveryMonday, omitting the afternoon visits.The rural carriers will-make theirrounds as usual on' Monday, Christmasnot being a holiday for them.FUNERAL OF MRS. JOHNSONThe funeral of Mrs. M. C. joHnsoh.vvho;:e\" death occurred in Hlghla'ridThursday night,\" was held fromFriendship Methodist church, nea.RK6ilhiss, yesterday, Rev. TL CjWjiitenerconducting the service She' 'vzs J$ -i tyears old and is survived by hcri husband, ,three.. children, 'two sisteir andfive! brothers. Mrs JohhVonV.whp.wasa member of the Methodfet church,\" wasi a good Christian woman. \"'i VHICKORY OFFICEi.itit\"i.-. 1'i(considerably delayed.I HMiiM 1 . , Dac;e 4) li1 153554b96e