The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 41, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 18, 1919 Page: 2 of 8
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HiGH SCHOOL NOTES
Subert Turbyfill. Managing Ed.
1 la Cornelison, Senior reporter.
Helen McCoy, Junior reporter.
Gladys Elsworth, Sophomore
Lydia llaig, sophomore reporter
a live bunch of boys and make this
a frequent affair. Honor for the
i^reat success of the banquet goes
equally to Wayne Miller who ar-
ranged the menu and to Subert
Turbyfill who arranged the pro-
gram and the decorations.
•> With Our Headers
! From Circulation Department
I* * * * V V V
Last Wednesday the Juniors of
Norman High School did a thing
that will never be forgotten, at
fcast by their guests. They enter-
tained the graduating class with a
hay-ride and picnic at a lake of tin
Adams place southeast of the ta-;
nidian bridge. Four wagons were
nsed to take the people to their ,
destination and the songs and yells
given all along the way demon-
strated the spirit that all took in
the entertainment. The Junior
class is indeed a good entertainer
and the Seniors will never forget
the good time they were shown 011
this picnic. The wagons arrived
iack in town a little after 6, that
afternoon. The following teachers
were chaperones: Mrs. Fitzpat-,
rick. Miss Harbour, Miss Harlow, j
Miss Foster, and Mrs. Dillard.
The next week promises to be
a busy week for the graduating
class of Norman high school.
"Claim Allowed" comes Friday
night, Baccalaureate comes Sunday
and Commencement one week
from Thursday or May 29.
j Now that you have your yard
cleaned up and a little time in
j which to rest, don't you non-rcad-
1 ers think you can find time to
ircad the Transcript.
What It's Coming To. ! C. A. Jennings circulate man-
Bacon—Because of the scarcity . icr o! the 1 ranscript-Enterprise,
of men. on account of the war. has puroh.^ed eight lots joinm*
eight girls were called on to act Mrs. M E. l ake on the sout
as ushers a, a recent society wed- a,,l 3 1-2 JO.ning these lo
on the west. Mr. Jennings will
uWfc' . • r 11
huild a home on the lots this fall,
Egbert—If this thing keeps up,
some dny they'll get a girl to give! where he expects to make his per
the bridegroom away. I manent home.
210 West Main. THE SINGER SHOP.
Thursday afternoon a number
of the high school students were
busy helping Dr. Griffin in the
Clean-up day. Some of the other
students were at work 011 the ten-
nis courts being erected on the
southeast corner of the campus.
It is rather late in the season to
start 011 these but they can be used
this summer and will be hard in
use next year.
A number of the high school
students and some of the faculty
attended the presentation of "The
I'cnnant" at the University aud-
itorium Friday evening.
I Some kind readers have already
j used their influence for us. We
' have received several new sub-
scribers since we have had our
daily talks. Won't you please ask
some friend to subscribe?
Vacation time is here and when
you get ready to go away don't j
forget to take the Transcript with
i J ou.
Thursday night of the week just
past the graduating class of Nor-
man high were entertained with a
lawn party at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Shulz on West Comanche.
The lawn was indeed beautiful
with the many, many roses in
bloom and the entertainment was
ideal. The Senior class, thru its
president, Subert Turbyfill, pre-
sented Mr. and Mrs. Shultz with
a beautiful casserole. Sections
from the "Trail'' were read such
as the Senior class prophecy, the
class will and class history. All
are good but they could not be oth-
erwise in the '19 Trail. The Sen-
iors of '19 will never forget the
delightful evening they spent with
Mr. and Mrs. Shultz.
Remember that if we are to know
about the happenings of our own
town we must take our home pa-j
per the out-of-town papers are
not interested in us.
! Friday was Patron's Day at the
1 high school. Some of the rooms
were fixed extra nice. The exhib-
its in Mrs. Johnson's room at-
tracted much notice. Miss Mar-
shall's classes staged debates all
day on some questions such as
| Capital Punishment, Woman Sufi-
rage, and Teaching the Use of
Firearms to Children. These
Patrons Days come frequently in
school and every one is urved to
visit the schools of the city then.
Perfect Delivery is what we are '
striving harder every day to ]
make more perfect, and to this end
we work with all the patience we
Tell a friend about the Perfect
Delivery system of the Dai!;
Friday night at the Christain
church the Parlimentary Debating
cftrb of Norman high school enter-
tained some of its friends with a
dHightful banquet. Harrell Bailey
was the Master of Ceremonies and
a good one lie is. The toasts and
responses were good indeed. Su-
bert Turbyfill, Beatrice Maple,
Jim Long and Clarence Morrison
gave toasts and were responded to
by Helen McCoy, Wayne Miller,
Prof. W. F. Shultz, and Mrs. D. B.
R. Johnson. Prof. I . P. Wilson
of the law department of the uni-
versity was the guest of honor and
gave the after dinner address.
This banquet was only one of the
features of the P. D. C. They arc
Sunday night, 8 o'clock at M. E.
Church, South, by Young People.
Song, "Onward Christian Sol-
Scripture Lesson, Minnie Baker.
| Address, "Call of 1819 and
1919,", Jessie Bloodworth.
Reading, Margaret Newblock.
Address, "Christ's Call to Youth
"Response to the Call," Mr.
Reading, Evorene Alder.
Every day in the week but Sat-
urday delivered to you. Phone
No. 3. Ten cents a week.
Mrs. Nettie Casley, of Illinois is
visiting her cousin, Rev. Wickizer,
and family. She will probably re-
main for several days.
J. W. Kayser, editor of the
Chickasha Star, noted in his issue
before the Court House bond elec-
tion in Grady County that a "great
many votes had been made for the
bonds—" and then on election day,
the votes swatted it four to one.
Nearly all the papers o f
Oklahoma were "swatted" on bond
Subscribe for the Transcript.
Next week's I igh school notes
will contain the write-up of the
Philomeathea Picnic staged Fri-
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THAT knowledge of possession—of owner
ship—is a delight enjoyed only by those who
own a home. The satisfaction of a place that is
all your own opens a new channel of pride you
see things on ther more beautiful side — you
more fully appreciate the beautiful flower beds,
a garden, and greater interest in a nicely mowed lawn, with neatly tru™j<-c! sllrubs-
Build now and start living in a new spher e-a sphere of home: owniers
We are on a permanently higher price le vel.' pries will not decline in building mater
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Building materials have advanced less in cost since "before ttte war than any prod
used by the American people.
And there positively is LESS chance for a decrease.
Government experts and industrial leaders predict this contmuance of price level.
'heyD7,.i^WEu"'p«ri -. b. r.b U. large I, with An,=ric,„ Th„ d.m.nd
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ber mills of America sold more lumber than they produced- Government
Two hundred million dollars has been appropriated ^c^teUnThlko1the tremendous
for better roads, the greater part of which wi e uu j The demand for cement
amount of cement that will require, to say nothing of export ne . Missis-
for road building during 1920 will exceed the total output of all piants west
The demands for other materials are almost equally as great.
Delav will save us nothing and may cost us much.
- wm s B , ... TL„r(,fnr(, ;s not only unwise but manifestly un-
Our government urges us to build. Therefore n is y
patriotic not to n
"I like to see a man proud
of the place he lives in."
So do your neigh-
Economy as well
as pride says: "Clean
Up and Paint Up,
and keep it up."
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 41, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 18, 1919, newspaper, May 18, 1919; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114049/m1/2/: accessed September 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.