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Friday, DecemKer IT, 1925
RECITAL .THIS EVENING
Mrs. C. B. Wagoner to Be Assisted
by Other Cooecrd Musicians.
■ Mrs. C. B. "Wagoner wifi present at
the High School auditorium this eve
ning at 8 o’clock a program entirely
of her own compositions. Shd wiil
be assisted in the presentation of this
program by her sister, Mrs.’George
Edwards, oT Rocky Mount, her broth
er, S. Kay Patterson, Mrs. Leslie Cor
rell, and William Wright, of Winston-
The public jp cordially invited to
attend the recital.
Mrs. Correll will accompany Mrs.
Wagoner on the piano.
Mrs. (Edwards will give several vo
cal Mr. Patterson will
play on the flute and Mr. Wright will
give violin numbers. The first three
musicians are well known in the city.
Mr. Wright is a violinist of promi
nence jn Winston and is known over
the entire State.
The following will be the program :
1 Piano: v,
(a) Wedding Music.
(b) Breath of Spring. (First, four
, measures are made entirely out
of the song of the robin).
(c) At the Circus. (Awarded the
Cooper Music Cup in 1925).
(a) The Holy Child (To my Moth
er) (Received honorable men
tion in Shirley Contest). '
(b) A Ballad of Trees and the
\ * Mrs. Edwards
(a) Legend of the Thrush (to my
(b) The Birdling.
Mr. Patterson <
(a) The Flight (Awarded first prize
offered by N. C. F. W. C. in
(b) Dance Aesthetique.
(e) The Maid and the Butterfly
5 Violin: .
(a) Through Wood and Field.
(b) Spanish Dance (Awarded Coop
er Music Cup in 1923).
(c) * Cradle Song (Awarded Gold
' Medal offered by N. C. F. W. C.
(a) There Is No One Beside Thee
(b) When Earth's Last, Picture Is
j Painted (Awarded Duncan Mu
sic Cup 1925).
(c) The Sweetest Flow’r That Blows
7 Violin and Flute:
Under Starlit Heavens
Mr. Wright, Mr. Patterson
V. D. C. to Meet This Afternoon.
The 11. ,1). C. will meet this after
noon at 3:30 o’clock at the home of
Mrs. W. M. Linker on White street.
All members who will fill Christmas
bags-for iWterfrhs ire asked tOP’
port'to Mrs. Linker.
Missionary Conference to Meet Sat
The annual Missionary Conference
will be held at Bear Creek Reformed
Church Saturday,. December 12th.
The program will begin with an ad
dress in the church at 10:30 o’clock
by the pastor, Rev. C. W. Warlick.
Cl EST COLDS
Redden the skin by the
use of hot applications.
Then massage briskly
with Vicks, spread Vicks
on thickly and cover with
hot flannel cloths.
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John Braswell, of Hamlet, 'spent
Thursday in Concord with friends an#
• • •
Jliss Ida May-King left Thursday
night for Texas and New Mexico,
where she will visit relatives for the
•• V •
J. W. McKnight. manager of Relk’s
store in Grier, S. C., in spending the
day in Concord.
* * • /
H. P. Deaton, editor of the Moores
ville Enterprise, was in the city this
Parents of Son.
Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. C. B. Suther,
of Kannapolis, December 10th, a son,
Junior ¥ Team Defeats Triangle.
The Junior Y team defeated the
Triangle Club Friday night at the
Y. M. C. A. by a score of 25-23.
Duval, for the winners, played a stel
lar game, caging 17 of his team's
points. Dorton, for the loosers, was
the oufstanding player, making 10
To Give a Dance Christmas.
Plans are being made by a com
mittee appointed from the member
ship of the Merchants and Manufac
turers Club to give an elaborate holi
day dance during tile Christmas sea
son. One of the best orchestras in
the state has been secured for the oc
casion. Hal Kept and Ijis orches
tra. a student organization at the
University of North Carolina, will
play at this time.
The dance will be given on Mon
day evening. December 28th, and will
probably be one of the most elabo
rate ot the entire Christmas -season.
Invitations wiH be issued at an early
Study Club Meets With Mrs. Cannon.
The Study Club met Thursday af
ternoon at the home of Mrs. Charles
A. Cannon on North Union street.
Christinas papers were read by Mrs.
Cannon ami Mrs. Robert Jones. Mrs.
George Edwards, of Rocky Mount,
was a guest at the meeting.
favors of Rieken’s Christmas carol
were presented the members present.
At the conclusion of the evening, a
Naiad course was served.
Visitor —Who is the responsible
party in this office?
Office Boy—l don't know who the
responsible party is, but I am the
one who always gets the blame.
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Get Your Orders In Early
We Deliver Anywhere in the
Mrs. J. A. Walker
92 S. Union St. Phone 112
CONCORD COTTON MARKET
FRIDAY, DECEMBER tl. 1925
Cotton » .18 1-2 to .19
Cotton Seed .49 1-2
Pure bright Nortii Carolina Comb
Honey. We contracted for a big lot.
Can sell it cheap. Our price 30c
a pound It will go fast. So get yours
Pure Cabarrus County Sorghum.
We have had good sales on it. If you
tasta it you buy it? Only a few bar
. re Is yet.
I Ponce Porto Rico Molasses. Tiiat
| High Fine Flavor that can’t be de
scribed, but must be tasted. It's the'
only Real Sweet Good Molasses,
i, We deliver quick everywhere. Phone
[ us. Send your vessel.
Cline & Moose
FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT
HAS INTERESTING MEETING
Papers Read on the Subject of Art
by Miss Bulwinkie and Miss Butler.
! One of the most interesting anjj
helpful 1 meetings of the Fine Arts de
partment of the Woman s Club was
. held Thursday evening at the home of
Mrs. A, B. Pounds on West Corbin
street, Mrs. M. N. Riley and Mrs. N.
K. Reid assisting Mrs. Pounds as
The subject taken up by the club
was the question of art in the schools.
Miss Muriel Bulwink(e, a member of
the facjHly of the High School, read
an interesting paper on '“The Neces
sity of Art in Our Schools.”
Tills was followed by an able talk
by Miss Effie Butler, who took as her
topic “Commercial Art.” Miss But
ler was enthusiastic in her praise of
such a course and declared that it
was needed badly.
Miss .Tones delighted the members
of the club with several violin selec
tions, accompanied on the piano by
Mrs. J. P. Cook gave a delightful
reading on the subject of “Art and
At the conclusion of the program
refreshments were served. The Christ
mas season idea was carried out in
the of n sprig of holly to each
The Fine Arts department is doing
excellent work this year, it is said,
and will probably eclipse performances
of past years.
HI Y Clubs Give Christmas Play.
The Hi Y Clubs which are doing
dranfatic work in connection with
the regular Y program, will present
their first play of the season, "Why
the Chimes Rang” at the Y. M. C. A.
on Monday evening, December 21st.
The play and all dramatic work in the
clubs is being directed by Miss Dehna
Hersperger, who is also leader of the
senior girls’ club.
“Why the Chimes Rang” is a
Christmas play of medieval type, in
which lovely music, picturesque cos
tumes and pretty lighting effects are
carried out, with the spirit of Christ
mas nnd of Christ running all the
way through. The scene for the play
is laid in a peasant’s hut in a forest
near a great cathedral, in which two
small boys play an important role.
All the Hi Y boys and girls will be
given some part in the presentation of
the play; those not in the cast will
Today |lj Tomorrow |j
IN THE. WORLDS GREATEST NATURE PICTURE AND PERSONAL STORY OF HIS J*foV£NTURES vjl
JBHPWm love AND war dances of Borneo savages
l MARVELOUS FEATS OFTHOSE'COVERED WA6ON
H m MJS SWIMMING ELEPHANTS
. jSjl’: 1. VK. HUMAN AND MONKEY MOTHERS WITH BABIES
Hm) , CLIMBING AND SLEEPING IN TREES
s 'SEA ELEPHANTS"OF GUADALOUPE ISLANDS
I LOVELY SE.NORITAS, FLOATING GARDENS AND’
? Inifm* " THlEVE s'market"of mexico
* WLm and. atmousand other wonders.,
Added Attraction Aesops Fables and a Good Comedy Entitled “Hot
Feet. On account of the added expense of putting this great attrac
' tion on the Prices Are: Orchestra 40c, Balcony 30c, children 15c.
[jr Something For the Home m
V \) A jFfeOJ You give wit!) wisdom when you choose things of beauty, •Vl *— •*“•= \/\
5? \[ fjL comfort and daily use for the* home. ‘Such gifts say “Merry y
» •* » Christmas” for many years and yield the durable satisfaction Jv Q
o ; U r of purposeful investment. For those seeking “the gift of wis- U ,
- at I dom” all roads lead to our store. Convenient terms. ' v
Concord Furniture Co.
The Reliable Furniture Store
THE CONCORD DAILY TRIBUNE
be given committee work. The cast is
r as follows: T
Holger, a peasant boy—Francis
> Pickard. i
. Steen, his' younger brother —John
| Bertel, the-r qncle—John Mclnnis.
An Old Woman—Mary Grady Parks
i Priest—Jack White.
E Courtier—Baxter Watts,
i Woman—Millieent Ward.
Old Man—Mac Howard,
i Young Girl —Virginia Reid.
> Angel—Mary Cannon.
Choir—Boys and girls.
E Stage Manager—Frank Armfield.
I Stage Electrician—Livingston Eas
Costume Committee—Miss Rebecca
: Dayvault. chairman.
• Property Committee —Elizabeth Mo
■ Fayden, chairman.
: County Tuberculosis Nurse Makes Re
1 The report of the Tuberculosis
■ Nurse for the montli of November is
' as follows:
The total number of calls made to'
tuberculosis patients number 130.
i One patient from Concord was ad
mitted to the tuberculosis sanatorium
for treatment at the Sanatorium for
treatment which makes a total of three
cases now under treatment at the
Sanatorium from Cabarrus county.
The White Hall club met twice dur
ing the month at the Jackson Training
School and at Mrs. It. Sappenfield’s.
All patiants who are able to come
to the Health Department are weigh
ed each Saturday between 1 and 5
• The Tuberculosis Association fur
nishes from one to two quarts of milk
daily to patients unable to purchase
same for themselves.
Two Health talks made to school
Beginning on January 11th. 1926.
a two weeks' tuberculosis clinic will
be held in this county, from January
11th to ICth the clinic will be held at
the Health Department in Concord
and from January 18th to 23rd at the
Y. M. C. A. in Kannapolis.
Sleeping, porch built for tuberculo
sis patient by Cannon Mill in Kan
MARGARET D. FORD, R. N.,
Eskimos of tiie Inland Barren
Ground country never use blubber
lamps but spend the winter in snow
huts without, any heat whatever.
Pet and Hobby Show at Y. M. C. A.'
The Pet and Hobby Show which
is an annual affair at the “Y” is set
i this year for Friday, December 18th,
and judging from interest shown and
all appearances this year’s show
should equal if not better the one last
1 ’ract ieaily every conceivable ani
mal from guinea pig to a wildcat will
i>e on display in the “Y” gym.
As to the list of babbies and an
tiques which will line the lobby, they
will be too numerous to mention.
Judges will place ribbons on the
winnirip animals and hobbies, and a
nice list of cash" prizes will also be
All boys and girls are asked to
make their entries at the “Y” by 4
o ( look Friday. The doors will be
open to the public at 7 p. m.
List of “Christmas Opportunities”
Tiie Kings Daughters and J. H.
Brown, welfare officer of Cabarrus
county, are preparing a list of
“Christmas Opportunities” which will
be ready for publication by next Mon-
|Parks-Belk Beauty Shoppe|
S COIFFURE b|
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lk universal. We employ the V'
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day. The committee in charge haß
takeh>very precaution to see that all
needs receive aid at this titme
annd also to see that those who do not
nelp are not included in the list.
Uriah Miller Has Stroke of Paralysis.
- Uriah Miller, a well known farmer
of Lower Stone Church community,
has recently suffered a stroke of pa
ralysis and is in a very serious condi
tion at his home. Owing to his ad
vanced age, litle hope is entertained
for recovery. ’ 1
Mr. Miller is a vetyran of the Civil
War. having spent three years in the
war between th* states. He is an
uncle of Mrs; G. A. Fisher, on Trib-'
IniVhe Irish, Free State, single
men and women receive equal pay
for the same work.. In ease a man
marries he receives an increase
automatically; if a woman marries
she receives a bonus, but automati
cally loses her job.
If you really wish to know a wom
an's ba,l points, prise her to her fem
he buys his own things -*
If he needs a suit or o’coat—he comes here. S
If his collar wilts or garter snaps he drops in—and Mr.hat* a
ever you have 50c or SSO opposite his name—you canno| 1
come to a better place—for he has not been able to fiijff it I
and “he” knows! ff ,
Browns-Cannon Co. 1
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and Children. Don’t fail to visit us I
j on your shopping round. |
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THE OLD RELIABLE HARDWARE STORE
I A GENUINE SURPRISE SALE I
11 e want to convince the pu hlic tllat we expect to be of real ser* xl
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Q sering in diamonds, watclies, jewelry. Everything is reduced in price.' jf
X We can quote only a few prices:
O White Gold Diamond Bar Pins $14,39 !
5 White Gold Bracelet Watches ; $7.30 1
X Elgin Whit" tiold Bracelet Watches ; , $18.75
2 $75.00 Elgin White Gold Bracelet Watch $50.00 '
2 Gents' Wlrite and Green Gold Elgin Watches $13.00 '
X $2.50 Fountain Pens __ $1.75 !
2 SIO.OO Fountain Pens 1 $7.50
x Alarm ('locks 85
O Ben Ben Alarm Clocks a $2-50 X
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