The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 293, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 8, 1919 Page: 3 of 4
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The Daily Transcript, Norman, Oklahoma
Work of War Mothers ..
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Norrell ar-
rived Sunday afternoon from Tul
liere last week and returned home
Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Croft from
sa, they are now visiting at home j Etowah were t'1c dinner quests of
j of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Charles Mr. and Mrs. Bud Woodrins Sun-
where' they will stay for some j day.
time. Carl is an industrious young] Mrs. Harmon and Mr. and Mrs.
i soldier having been out of the-i Arlis Linn visited the Linn home
army t>vo months. | Sunday.
The literary at Little Ax Friday 1 Misses Roxie Menges and Ruby
night was attended by a large Harding returned to the city Sun
crowd, everybody reported a nice day.
Uncle Bert Russell is not seen
so often now at Little Ax, what
is the matter Uncle Bert?
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Carter call-
ed at the home of their daughter,
Mrs. Joe Charles Sunday after-
rwelve Corner News
We are having some cold weath-
er at present.
The farmers are not doing much
Uncle Dave Henderson and wife
are recovering from the flu.
Ther was a large crowd attend-
ed the singing at R. B. Woodring's
Saturday night. All reported a
School is progressing nicely at
present with Miss Ellen Mengles
The young folks met at tha
school house Thursday night and
enjoyed an old-fashioned spelling.
wife made a ]
. _ ~~~ ~ . ! Thursday and spent the night with
* ' ' a ,e' aC '"ry 83 I Mrs. Charles' aunt and uncle, Mr.
president of the Oklahoma Dm-.^ ^ McWnljam on Rou(e 8.
sion of War Mothers of America. j } T Carter wh() ,ms becn con.
struck the keynote when she said i ^ hfa home fof sQme time
"with the advent of the new^ th, f)u js abIe to be farmin.
world, whicli will surely emerge
from the present war conditions Mr ^ Mrg Q A Morria aTlll
and the old world and old times pnt Satm.day night and
shall have passed away with the g ^ ^ sigter ^ Wac0.
return of peace, we must all adapt [
ourselves to new conditions." "It'
is an erroneous idea," she contin-
ued, "that some of our war moth-
ers think since the armistice was
signed, that our mission has been
filled and they no longer see the
need of holding the organization
intact." She says, "The supreme
test will come with the period of
reconstruction, and the War Moth-
ers should lose no opportunity to |
also make this a period of prepar-
ation for the strenuous days that
will be sure to follow in the wake
of this world wide destruction of
humanity. So while organizing
for war time service and efficiency
we must not only conserve the sal-
vage, but largely influence the
new political, social, and economic
relations of peoples and nations."
"Our horizon, as it were, lias
been extended and we are no long-
er a provincial people, but our re-
lations and obligations are inter-
national, world-wide, and all prob-
lems must be viewed from an en-
tirely new angle. Now, more than
ever, must we be prepared for
that time. We must help to cre-
ate a new and better world for
our boys who have so nobly given
themselves for our protection and
liberty from a despotic domination
of the world; for these boys are
not going to be satisfied with the
old regime. The boys who come
back to us will not be the youths
who left us a few short months
ago, but men who are capable
of thinking deeply of things worth
while, for the betterment of all
"We War Mothers have a tre-
menduous work before us in many
avenues and channels, So that
whether designated as community
settlement or neighborhood work,
such work must be social service,
because it is essentially a service
to society, and its sole aim should
ba the common welfare of the
community, and distinct from that
of party or class or sect or in the
interest of any institution."
"Such work must be done," says
Mrs. Cheadle, "where the people
live, and by those who take and
show a deep interest in the work
and the people, by going into their
homes, by personal contact, and
in "many way3 that will bring re-
The entire sisterhood, Mrs.
Cheadle thinks, should be proud
she has a membership in such a
worthy organization as the War
Mothers o'f America.
Here is a little motto Mrs.
Che-idle adheres to pretty closely:
"Plan more than you can do, then
Bite off more than you can chew,
"h w it
Hiti to a star—
nd there you
Littk Ax Items
The school at Little Ax this
year is a success having for our
teacher Mr. Vivian George.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Charles call-
ed at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Morris last Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Ragsdale
and little son have moved to the
business town of Little Ax.
Loy George was seen coming
from the Brindle District Tues-
day afternoon looking awfully
Joe Charles has been seen mak-
ing a vast improvement on the
McFarren farm where he no
E. L. Steward made a business
trip to Norman last week after
NOTICE OF STOCK. sel two weeks and was tired of it. lahoma City for the nomination same nomination on the samo til
HOLDERS MEETING He is anxious to get home and of city officers is getting fierce et is being run without any nej
— . into business.
Notice is hereby given that a I
Mr. and Mrs. Port Forester of
Tribbey, visited the parents of
Mrs. Forester, Mr. and Mrs. Willis
Yandell of this community recent-
Rev. Hopper delivered a very
interesting sermon at 11 o'clock
Sunday which was listened to by I of the secretary on Tuesday, April,
a large crowd. 8- 1919' at 4 oVlock pm' cons"1 1 Oklahoma City Primary:
Mrs. Sarah Croft from the city,!er tht; question of ^increasing the WM expectedi the primary in Ok-
was visiting friends and relatives
meeting of the stockholders of the J Visit our tire sale, 15 per cent
Norman Building and Loan Asso- saving on tires this week only,
ciation will be held at the office | MINTEER MOTOR CO.
capital stock of said association to
seven hundred and fifty thousand
Mrs. Hays, mother of Rev. Tom- !
mie Hays, is seriously ill with
CLEAN — SANITARY |
We know our service will |
meet with your approval.
and promises to be fiercer Major paper support, except some lil
Henry Peck has got home and is by the Pointer, but he still clai
in the center of the fray, with all he will get the nomination, asl
the newspapeis of the city giving is the candidate of the "comnf
him their support for the Demo- people." Big meetings are bel
cratic nominaton for Mayor, held every night and the fi|
"Jack" Walton's campaign for the waxeth warm.
Levi Miller took some hogs to;
The infant baby of Mr. and Mrs. j
S nn is very ill at this writing.
Albert Phillips filled his regular :
appointment at Willis Yandell'-5 j
Joe Collier is very good hand to
wait on the sick (atMr. Linn's.)
Mr. Linn had better look out-
We hear Joe is looking for a cook
Marven Woodring has quit go-
ing to Etowah so much since
Martha Linn has moved to Twelve
Jasper Myricks'was wearing his
high collar Saturday night. He
must have been expecting to take
some girl home.
Earl Linn is broke out with the
chickenpox at this writing. He
sure looks cute, girls. At least
Viola Yandells says so.
Marvin Stout Coming Home:
Under date of March 3rd, Marvin
Stuot writes his father, Mr. Thos.
Stout, that he was on the U. S. S.
Rochester bound for New York,
and expected to be home soon.
He says the boys were on the ves- , mnmHaiHuimiiumiuimnniutiiiiMKiniintiiiiiiiininiiiiiHimiBuiiut1
Our Prices Are
Pay the English Kitchen
visit when hungry.
Are in Demand
Mrs. W. D. Roane is reported
seriously ill with influenza and
pneumonia, and many friends hope
for her speedy recovery.
A few good ones left at
prices that are less than the
buildings cost. We give you
J list Arrived
—a complete line of
for the individual
See them at
"Home of the Super-Silent Drama"
Programme for the Week of March 10, 1919
NOTE—This programme is issued for the benefit of our pat- j Hl§ij!l|||
rons and we would suggest that it be placed in some convenient a
place to be referred to when in search of entertainment. Any
particular information regarding the programme can be secured
by telephoning the theatre. Our number is 290.
McDaniel 6 Matthews
Hauling of All Kinds
DONE PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY. GIVE US
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF HAULING TRUNI
Office Phone 225 Residence Phone 50$
Universal Special Attractions Presents
HARRY CAREY IN
6 Acts—"ROPEQ"—6 Acts
Gun-Stuff! Good Night! The day when gun-play pure and |
simple could put a western drama over, is gone forever. The
impossible, grim mouthed, super-deadly hero, who just natur-
ally scares all of his enemies plumb to death—thank Heaven
he's gone too—laughed off the screen. YOU WANT HUMAN j
STUFF, you want the hero to get into dern fool fixes once in 1
a while and get out of them. HARR YCAREY IS HUMAN
AND NEVER PLAYED IN A MORE HUMAN PLAY
Also Monday. HEARST NEWS
World News as it actually occured.
You Have Read a Lot About Our Shows—
Have You Seen One Lately?]
If Not, See This One—A Real Entertainment
The New Art Film Co. Presents
DOROTHY GISH IN
It's A Paramount Picture
The famous heroine of "The Birth of a Nation," who by the
way, is a Shawnee, Okla., girl is great in this picture. We in-
sist on you seeing it.
Also Harold Llovd, The Four Eyed Comedian in his latest, I
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Thos. H. Ince presents
DOROTHY DALTON IN
Another Paramount Picture
A story of an unfounded jealousy, a near tragedy and how it
Also Wednesday—Screen Telegram. The world before your
eyes in motion pictures
"OH, ETHEL" Star Comedy with Lee Moran and Eddie Lyons
Vitagraph Presents Earle Williams in
"A GENTLEMAN OF QUALITY"
First Showing in the state of this dandy five reel comedy
drama. Earle Williams is one of the most popular actors play-
ing in the movies.
Also Thusday: "Big V" Comedy, "TRAMPS and TANGLES
5 Ford Touring Cars.
Prices range from $275.00 to
1 Maxwell Touring Car.
1 Pullman Roadster.
1 Chevrolet Touring Can
1 Oldsmobile Touring Car.
The above are all in good
mechanical condition, and are
priced to sell.
Artcraft Presents "America's Sweetheart"
MARY PICKFORD IN
"REBECCA OF SUNNY BROOK FARM"
Need We Say More?
Also Friday: Two-reel Mack Sennett Comedy
"LOVE LOOPS THE LOOP"
If the children have been good, send them down to the matinee,
they will enjoy it.
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Universal Special Attractions Present
MAE MURRAY IN
* "THE SCARLET STAIN"
The first of a new list of Snper-fcatures, bigger, better, than ,
anything yet made by Universal. -A human interest story that j
will hold you spell bound.
Also: A Good Comedy, Tittle to be announced .ater.
ORCHESTRA MUSIC MATINEE DAILY 2 P. M.
Admission Including War Tax
the facts about your partnership
OKLAHOMA GAS &
FRANK CARDER, Manager
122 West Main. Norman, Oklahoma
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 6, No. 293, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 8, 1919, newspaper, March 8, 1919; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc113990/m1/3/: accessed February 20, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.