The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 238, Ed. 1 Saturday, April 28, 1917 Page: 4 of 4
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THE HAMILTONS AT THE
SUNDAY, APRIL 29 th
Evangelistic meetings begin at the
Christian Church Sunday. Evangelist
Hamilton and wife will be accompanied
with Mr. Brock and wife, who will have
charge of the music. This company has
been before the public for some fifteen
years; have held meetings in many
states of the union. They are among
the most successful evangelists of the
Diciples of Christ in America. They
will begin at the Christian Church,
Sunday, at 11 a. m.
Welcome Meeting at the Church
from 8 to 9 o'clock Saturday Night.
, FOR SUNDAY
first baptist church
Corner Webster and Comanche.
Bible school at 10. Dr. S. W. Reaves, j
Supt. Morning worship at U. Ches- J
ter Fleming will sing at this service.
The pastor will preach on "The Man
Who Was Defeated in His Own
Game." B. Y. P. U. at 7:00. Grady 1
Wann and Archie McAlister, presi- j
dents. Evening service, 8:00. "An Old
Testament Love Story" is the subject
of the sermon.
The Student Missionery Conference
begins May 6th and will close May
9th. The speakers will include L. R. |
Scarborough, D. D. L. L. D., president j
of the Southwestern Baptist Semi- ]
nary; Fred Brown, D. D., pastor of the
First Baptist church, Sherman, Texas;
Miss Blanch Walker, missionary from j
China; Chas. T. Ball, D. D., and J. B.!
Wetherspoon, D. D., of Fort Worth, j
Texas, and others.
Everybody is cordially invited to all
services. T. W. GAYER, Pastor
By Ruth Newell
Mrs. J. W. Klinglesmith and daugh-
ter Miss Ruth, were in Oklahoma
City Sunday visiting relatives.
• • *
Mrs. W. J. Griffith of Oklahoma
City, was in Norman visiting friends
on Monday of this week.
• • •
Miss Sophia Black of Marietta, was
in Norman on Thursday and Friday
Misses Gladys Drennan and Miss I
Wanda Ross of Oklahoma City were I
guests at the Theta house on Wednes-]
day of this week.
* * *
Miss Ruth Newell spent Saturday
and Sunday in Oklahoma City, the
guest of Dr. John DeMand and family.
Mr. Virgil Knudson of Tulsa, Okla.,
a former University student, was in
Norman Tuesday, visiting with
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Mr. and Mrs. Dave Ince and family
motored to Washington Sunday and
spent the day with her mother, Mrs.
J. W. Simpson.
Mr. Hamlett Thompson of Clinton,
Okla., visited with Norman friends the
first of the week.
Miss Ruby Giles and Mr. Floyd
(iiles attended the dunce given by the j
Elks of Purcell the latter part of last
week, and report a delightful func-
• * •
Mrs. W. N. Rucker will entertain
the members of the Home Economics
club and the members of the Old
Regime club in a joint meeting on
joined the latter in the singing of
patriotic songs. Mrs. Cheadle served a
one course luncheon at the close of the
• * *
On Wednesday of this week the
faculty wives met at the home of Mrs.
Dr. Roy Long in Oklahoma City (Dr.
Long is the Dean of the Oklahoma
Medical School). There were thirty-
two ladies from here in attendance
and four guests from the melical
faculty, Mrs. Cunningham, Mrs.
White, Mrs. Alford and Mrs. Howard.
The afternoon was pleasantly spent
with fancy work and in conversation,
after which the hostess served de-
licious cake and ice cream.
Corner Main and Webster.
Bible school at 10. Endeavor socie-1
ties, 7 p. m. Morning preaching and
Communion services, 10:50 a. m. Eve-
ning preaching service at 8 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Brock are present and
will have charge of the music. Both
are trained musicians and will furnish
must excellent music. Mr. Hamilton
will be present and give the address-
es both morning and evening.
A special membership meeting will
be held at 3 p. m. when Evangelist
Hamilton will outline the plan of the
campaign. Every member of the
church is expected to be present as it
will be one of the most important ser-
vices of the whole revival. Special
prayer for the revival will be conduct-
ed and a workers conference has also
been planned for the afternoon meet-
Palm Beach Suits Cleaned
Phone 305 and have your Suit
Cleaned and Pressed
"The Ed. V. Price Man"
Washington, April 28.—Administra-
tion forces overthrew opponents of
the administration selective con-
scription bill in the house on the first
ote today and struck the volunteer
amendments from the measure.
The vote came on an amendment
by Representative Kahn, who has led
the fight for the administration bill,
moving to strike out the volunteer
amendment, inserted by a majority of
the military committee against the
protests of the president and the
army war college. It assured the pas-
sage of the bill as drawn by the army
The vote to sustain the provisions
of the administration bill was 279 to
tl8. Champ Clark and the woman
member of Congress, Miss Rankin,
voted against the president's idea.
Flag On Court House
The boys at the court house have
raised the money for a fine silk flag
6x10 feet and will fly it from a pole
placed on top of the cupulo. They ex
pect to wear kahki suits at the "rais-
ing," which will be performed with
M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH.
The regular services at all hours to
morrow. At the evening service the
pastor will give the third sermon-lec-
ture on "The Future Life." The sub-
ject will be, "A New View of Heaven,
or Heaven not a place of Rest." Do
you want to hear it discussed? Then
come and worship with us. The male
quartette will sing. Subject of the
morning sermon, "A Man's Religion."
E. R. WELCH.
Th« Bowling-Pin Silhouette
McCftll Pattern No. 7769. one of the
many new designa for June
There is a charm in white, particu-
larly for summer frocks. The model
( HURCH OF CHRIST.
All services at the usual hours to
morrow. Bible lesson at 10. Preaching
at 11. Communion worship at 11:45
Song service Sunday night, beginning
at 7:45. Preaching at 8:15. Song prac-
tice every Friday night. Elder O'Neal
will preach at the 11 o'clock services
Sunday morning. You are cordially in
vited to attend all the stated meet
ings. F. S. VANCE, Minister.
Field Meet Today
Some sixty athletes, representing
the five normal schools of Oklahoma
are competing on Boyd Field today
for ascendancy in their particular
class. They are having fine weather
for their activities, and a good crowd
is witnessing the different events.
Reg. U. S. Pat. Off.
Thursday, May 3rd, at her home 0111 ghown here deve|opcd i„ the softest of
oyster white pongee and braided with
silk soutache is an example of this
fact although the style of the dress
is such that it would be stunning in
almost any other color or fabric. The
cunning belt of silver and ebony is one
of Dame Fashion's newest accessories
for dresses of this kind.
North l'eters avenue.
On Saturday, April 21st Miss Flor-
ence Monnett entertained a number of
her friends with a dinner party, at her
home on DeBarr avenue. The guests
were Misses Margaretta Gimeno,
Gertrude Sidener, Irene Ambrister,
l.ucile Wickizer, Dorine Guthrie, Na-
dine Runyan, Billie McGuire, Bonnie
Giles, Rebaeca Brett, Arline Johnson
and Hattie I'oyntz Moomau.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Pickard and Mr.
anil Mrs. J. R. Barsalou entertained
the members of the Linger Longer
club and their husbands with an eve-
ning party .Thursday, April 20th, at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pickard.
The evening was spent in playing auc-
tion bridge. The first prizes for high I
scores being won by Mrs. C. P. Landt
and Mr. Alfred McCall, and the second
by Mrs. John McCall and Mr. Coon
Lindsay. The club colors of pink and |
white were used in the decorations of
the home and carnations of those
colors were given as favors. At the
close of the games, a delicious two
course iuncheon was served.
Mrs. J. B. Cheadle entertained the
Social Hour club, the Old Regime
club and a number of friends on Sat-
urday afternoon at her home on Elm
street. During the afternoon the ladies
made and rolled bandages in the Red
Cross interests. Also, a short program
was given as follows: Two vocal se-
leciions, Miss Ruth Newell; two read-
ings, Miss Marie Anderson; a vocal
80I0, Mrs. J. D. Maguire. The club
First Church of Christ, Scientist:
Regular services at the church edifice
on West Eufaula at 11 o'clock. Sub-
ject: "Probation After Death." Golden
Text, John 14:19: "Yet a little while,
and the world seeth me no more; but
ye see me: because I live, ye shall live
also." Wednesday evening testimonial
meeting at 8 o'clock. All are cordially
invited to these services. Sunday
school at 10 o'clock. The reading room
at the church is open from 2:30 to 5
o'clock every Wednesday afternoon
when literature may be read or pur-
chased as desired.
—The Apperson: Clyde Pickard has
recently received a beautiful automo-
bile, said to be a "goer" of immense
capabilities. It is an Apperson, re-
garded as one of the best machines
—Norman should do everything in
her power to show the editors a good
time. They come to our city on Sun-
day. That is a bad day to give them
a "feed," but in every other respect
we'll endeavor to do the honors royal-
—Miss Edna Jackson, who has been
visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. O. Fox, re-
turned today to her home in Lexing-
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W. C. Triggs,
FIRST MKTHODIST EPISCOPAL
Santa Fe avenue and Eufaula.
Sunday school, 9:45. Preaching at
11. Subject: "The Mission of Suffer
ing." University and High School
Epworth Leagues at 7 p. m. Special
Men's Services at 8 p. m. with the fol
"The Demand for a Man in the
Home, J. H. Craven; In the School
Prof. A. H. Stang; In Business, I)r. J.
L Day; In Patriotism, Dean C. II,
Prof. E. L. McCabe will have charge
of the program. Prof. I. M. Happ will
read the scripture, and Prof. C. E.
Decker will lead in prayer. Good spec-
ial music will also be provided. Every-
body is cordially invited to all of these
services. ROBERT D. POOL, Pastor
—The Transcript is pleased to learn
that its old friend, Kenneth McLennan
of Moore, who has been at San An-
tonio, Texas, for his health, has re-
turned much benefitted, and hopes the
benefit will be permanent.
. .—"The Holyoke .Water .Heaters"
have been designed with the thought
of supplying the housewife with all
the Hot Water required, in the quick-
est possible time, and with the small-
est amount of labor on her part. They
I are well termed "The Heart of the
I Household," and can be connected with
any boiler. See them on display at
M. F. Fischer & Son's Plumbing Shop.
—Charlie Endicott is here from San
Diego, Cali., visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. Endicott, and will prob-
ably remain in Oklahoma.
—United States Auto Tires—An
advance due soon—Buy now. Minteer
FOR KENT: Two nicefy nirnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Ap-
ply 504 South Peters or phone 291.
—Central Civic Committee will
meet at the regular place of meeting
on Monday, at 3 p. m., May 7th. All
who are interested will kindly be
present as there will be many inter-
esting plans for spring campaigns of
work to discuss and act upon. Don't
forget the time and place of meeting.
—All Wool Serge Suits to fit any
lady, only $12.50.—Rucker's.
—See us for garden tools of all
kinds. Minteer Hdwe Co.
—Rexall Foot Bath Tablets will
restore tired, aching, tender feet.
by buying your needs in
Auto Casings and Tubes
at this time, as there is
An Advance Due
in the next few days on
We have on hand a large stock of all
the regular sizes and will make the old
price as long as they last. First come,
first served. Better secure your casings
Minteer Hardware Co.
0OD is a kind Father. He sets us all in
the places where He wishes us to be em-
ployed; and that employment is truly our
Father's business." He chooses work tor
every creature which will be delightful to
them, if they do it simply and humbly. He
gives us always strength enough, and sense
enough for what He wants us to do; if we
either tire ourselves or puzzle ourselves it
is our own fault. And we may always be
sure, whatever we are doing, that we cannot
be pleasing Him, if we are not happy our-
selves. JOHN RUSKIN.
A LADY REMARKED TODAY:
"Tubbs' Grocery certainly carries a
delightful line of canned goods' relish-
es' etc.. of best brands—equal to any-
thing I've found in the large cities.
Here area few Specialties—
Tomatoes and Spaghetti
Elkhorn Kraft Cheese, Pimento
and Chili flavor—a creamy
Wet. Ury and Pickled Shrimp
French Imported Sardines
Pure Apple Butter
Pure Apple Cider
Salted Peanuts in bulk
Loganberry Juice •
Heinz Vinegar—Pure Cider,
White Salad, Pure Malt,
and White Table.
Newton Marshmellow creme
Burnham's Clam Boullion in
Chicquot Club (linger Ale,
makes a fine snappy drink.
Lobsters Asparagus Tips Genuine Maine Sugar Corn
EATRA SPECIAL: Full line of the celebrated Richelieu
Canned Fruits, Vegetables and Preserves—recognized
everywhere as the best.
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. Fresh and Salted Fish.
Fresh and Cured Meats.
If you desire anything in my line phone .11 and your wanls
will be supplied. Free and quick delivery.
U. S. TUBBS
"The Nice Man to Do Business With"
NEW I.INE WASH FABRICS 12'/2C
TO 39c PER YARD
The interscholastic track meet, held
for high schools at the University,
May 4th and 5th, will be the greatest
athletic and contest event of the year.
About 1,500 high school boys and
girls are expected to come to Norman
as visitors. The people of Norman,
especially those who have housing fa-
cilities, are requested to open their
homes to the visitors. In order that
the visitors will not have too great ex-
pense, it is requested that not more
than fifty cents per night be charged
for lodging and it is hoped that many
| will be cared for without expense. All
] information concerning lodging fa-
j cilities should be phoned this week to
j Earl Brown, secretary of the Y. M. C.
—rThe Oklahoma Gas and Electric
company unloaded a car of poles at
Moore Monday and work of construct-
ing the line from Oklahoma City to
Norman is progressing rapidly. Mr.
Rice, a representative of the company,
was in Moore Monday making pre-
parations for the franchise election.
They expect to have the current into
Moore by August 1.
—Why not save $7.50 on a I.adies
Suit at Rucker's.
—There is great interest
Rucker's Ready-to-Wear Sale.
—The Belasco Dramatic Club met
with Miss Grace Bumgarner on Tues-
day night, and after a pleasant busi-
ness session, delicious refreshments
were served to Misses Elizabeth
Keller, Arline and Froma Johnson,
Rebacca Brett, and Messrs. Charlie
Wilkey, Grant Keener, Dave Morris,
Bradford Risinger and Mose Endicott.
A. Employment bureau. Phone 245
At 2:30 a. m., Monday, May 1st, the
Woman's Foreign Missionary of the
M. E. church will hold their May
meeting at the home of Mrs. Fred
Reed, 231 East Symmes, with Mrs.
E. L. Howard as assisting hostess.
The following program will be given:
Roll call—Result of "I'll Try." De-
votionals, Mrs. J. L. lV*y- Clarinet
solo, Prof. E. L. Howard. Jubilee
Echo, Mrs. Thoburn. Mystery box con-
ducted by Mrs. C. M. Smith. The ad-
dress of the afternoon will be deliver-
ed by Dr. R. T. House,\vho will speak
about his own observations of the re-
ligious activities and conditions at the
present time in Belgium.
—Mrs. Jack Carder and child left
today to visit relatives at McComb,
Okla., for a few days.
—Rev. E. O. Whitwell closed a suc-
cessful revival service at the Putman
Height's church in Oklahoma City on
Friday last, and has gone to Claude,
Texas, to begin a series of meetings.
Mr. Whitwell has been very success-
ful in his work.
—The Big Suit Sale at Rucker's.
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