The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 82, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 6, 1919 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DAILY TRANSCRIPT, NORMAN, OKLAHOMA
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♦ SOCIETY ♦
Phone No. 3.
Misses Kathertne Bowden, Dilse
Noiman, Gladys Parham; Messrs.
Geo. Trudgeon and Meigs Gibbons
motored to Norman. Sunday,
where they were joined on their
return trip by Victor Williams,
Roy Cobble and Frank Starkay. It
was a very enjoyable trip, and of
course these young people capable
of appreciating every minute of it
—and did.—Purcell Register.
The beautiful flowers set out in
the City Park by the Mothers' Pa-
triotic club attracted much atten-
tion and much favorable comment
from the large celebration crowd.
They certainly give a pleasing ef-
fect to the driveway through the
park, giving pleasure to all who
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lindsay. Mr.
and Mrs. R. F. Ellinger and Mr.
and Mrs. Ladue returned on Wed-
nesday from a very pleasant out-
ing at Noel, Mo., where they spent
ten days or two weeks fishing and
camping. They report the fishing
excellent and that they all had a
delightful time. They made the
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Fox had as '
their guests on the Fourth Mr !
and Mrs. Geo. Carpenter of Lex j
ington and Mrs. Nancy Graham
and daughter, Mrp Ina Taylor,!
and they and their families had a I
very pleasant picnic dinner on the j
Presbyterian Church: Sunday
school at 9:45. Bible class and
University students meet togeth-
er to listen to the discussion of
some timely topic. Regular morn-
ing service at 11 o'clock. At this
hour. Prof. J. C. Shannon will
speak on things of interest in
China." Prof. Schmidt will sing.
Episcopal Church: Holy Commun-
ion and sermon at 11 o'clock.
Subject, "The Moral Ord#r." No
8:30 p. m. Everybody cordially in- motored to Oklahoma City on Sun.
vited to these services.—Robert D. llay anti were thf guests of Mr.
Miss Mary Minteer and Miss
Martha Miller arrived Wednes-
day from Chillocothe, Mo., to vis-
it a month with Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Minteer an<^ daughter, Miss
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Minteer, El-
veta Minteer, Ruby Clifton, Ber-
dine VanCamp and Vera Griffin
' The Story Tellers' League had
j a very enjoyable meeting on the
cast steps of the Law building at
the University on Monday even-
| ing, and good stories were toll by
i 1'rof J. F. Paxton and others.
which extemporaneous stories and
! jokes were given by a number of
j t|je guests. These assemblings are
getting better, and all are invited
to come to the east steps of the
building every Monday night.
Mrs. Addie Clark is expecting
her son from Chicago on Sunday
too visit her a week or ten days.
He is connected with the big store
of Marshal Field & Company, and
is off on his annual vacation.
Sim Dorland, who came from
Olympia, Wash., some weeks "igo,
expecting to buy into a clothes
cleaning and tailoring establish-
ment, failed tG find an opening,
and has returned to Olympia,
where Mrs. Dorland and the chil-
dren are still living.
NOTICE—If the person who took
the Orenbaun flag fr&h the high
school building wSll phone 250,
they will receive reward.
Mr. Albert Allen was
from Purcell on Thursday.
Farms Lands for Sale
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in an abundance. And
they're all good farms,
too; Farms of rich sail
;hat will raise bumper
irops. That's the kind of
bargains we are offering.
Buy a farm and live close
to nature. We should like
you to see them. Regard-
ing terms, we can ar
range them satisfactorily.
Muldrow and Kidd
Firs! Methodist Episcopal Church:
Santa Fe avenue and Eufaula
street. Sunday school at 9:45 a| m.
Mr. C. E. McCormick superintend-
ent. Preaching 11 a. m., subject:
"Christ's Wonderful Words." Ep-
worth League 7. p. m., leader,
Miss Hiatt. Union services on the
lawn west of the Christian church
WILLARD, THE FIGHTER,
TAKES THE COUNT
I Jut Willard Storage Batteries never lose the belt. We
have just installed an additional rectifier to care for our increas-
ing number of customers. They are seldom disappointed in the
result. You will pick a winner and a champion when you fit
out your car with Willard Batteries.
W e test, repair and recharge storage batteries, and always
carry a full supply of battery parts, new batteries and rental
Pick a Willard Champion where there's no chance to lose.
NORMAN BATTERY COMPANY
Authorized Willard Agency at Van-Pick Oil Company
Service Station «
A Delightful Evening
In Your Home
Entertain your friends in your home with
musig and dancing. The Pathe Phonograph
will give you the best dance music by the best
orchestras. An enjoyable time with just the
music you want may be had any time you want
when there's a Pathe in the home.
Call and see the Pathe and hear the exact reproduction
of music and voices of the world's most famous artists.
Or let us demonstrate this wonderful instrument in your
MEYER & MEYER
Furnishers of Better Homes
THE QUICK SERVICE
Call Telephone No.
225 and we will be
right on the job.
Move Household Goods
Miss Annie Neal left on Satur-
day for Wayne, Oklahoma, to visit
with her sister, Mrs. J. R. Evatt.
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Miss Xyla Pendleton was the
guest of Oklahoma City friends on
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Major L. C. Giles returned on
Thursday from a visit t0 the Tex-
as oil fields, which he reports as
Miss Lottie Taylor is visiting j
friends in McAlester this week.
LOST—A Goodyear tire and rim |
34x4. Vicinity of Norman. Re-
ward. Phone 459 . 83-3t* !
1'OR SALE—A 4-burner oil stove,
practically new, and a refriger-
ator. Phone 521. 82-3*
Make your work pleasant with a new
John Deere Farm Wagon
A new John Deere farm wagon, farm truck or a low steel-
wheel farm truck will make your work pleasant, light and
more efficient—you can do more and you will feel better.
Come in and see them—no trouble to show them whether
you want to buy or not. But come in anyway.
Minteer Hardware Co.
Corner Main and Peters .
Bring Us Your Old Worn Out
We will make you an adjustment on any make of casing you have
We handle the best lines of' casings and tubes made.
Hoods, Racines, Firestones
HOLTZSCHUE MOTOR CAR COMPANY
107 E. MAIN
We will deliver these and install anywhere within five miles
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I owe many leisure hours <
to the Hoosier"
Leisure is the inherent right of every
woman. And she who gains leisure gains
health and happiness.
Thus her problem is in the saving of
time and labor and making her kitchen
Probably no one thing will save as
much time and labor in woman's work-
shop as a Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet. It'
coir, ilines over 40 work-reducing inven-
vent'ons and exclusive conveniences, it
places over 400 articles within reach.
Meals are prepared with dispatch because
every needed thing is close at hand—
scientifically arranged. Clearing up after
meals is quickly done because utensils and
supplies are centered in the Hoosier.
We urge every housewife to visit our
Hoosier department and see how these
cabinets render the service all women de-
serve. You'll also find the prices and
terms to your liking.
I. M. JACKSON
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 82, Ed. 1 Sunday, July 6, 1919, newspaper, July 6, 1919; Norman, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114089/m1/4/: accessed February 16, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.