The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 252, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 25, 1920 Page: 6 of 6
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THg DAILY TRANSCRIPT, .OKLAHOMA^
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2:30—Bridge Party, Teepee House,
Mrs. Hal Muldrow.
6:.(0—Merry Makers dinne parryt
in honor of Porf. and Mrs. E.
P. R. Duval at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Ed Johnsno, 538 Elm
street, ~ ,
7 30—Rotarian lunch |at r^epee
House; reception to teachers of
public schools of Norman.
2:3$--Baptist Missionary Society,
Miss Nan Hughes , 3<)4 Vv.
j-UO—r-uiscopnl Guild, Mrs. h<lgar
Meacham, 131 E. University
3 00—Presbyterian l.adies, Mrs.
Theodore H. Aszman assisted
by Mrs. Dave lnce and Mrs. O.
3:00— Missionary Sociqty, M. '•
C hurch, South, Mrs. A. Mc 1 )<in-
id, 504 S. Peters.
2 30— Missionary Society. M.
Church, Misses \\ asson, 7iy
12:15—I.ion Luncheon at 1 eepee
4:00— Ladies Music Club of Nor-
man, Delta Gamma House, 323
3 00—University Women. Mrs. Ly-
man Wilson, 425 S. Lahoma ave.
8-00—Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Club,
Miss Lucille Bell, 420 University
8:00—Old Regime Clubs annual
Banouet for their husbands, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed. Johnson 53K Elm
3 00— Bide-a Wee club, Mrs. Ar-
thur Williams. 202 W. Symmes.
1 00—One o'Clock Luncheon club,
Mrs. Edwin UcBarr, 122 Univers-
3:00— Dames, Mrs. Cora Dill, MM
3:00—As You Like It Club, Mrs.
J. B. Cheadle and Mrs. John
low on Argentine and Chilli,
suggested. A paper was given bv
Mrs. Roy Lewis on "An Emergency
Dinner." All housekeepers are of-
ten placed in a position where they
arc compelled to work out this prob-
lem, and many suggestion® were
iun un * ,biiu Mrs. made.
Vaughn on Italy. Mrs. Ben Williams I Mrs. Lindsay then gave a paper on
on Mexico, Mrs. W. W. Phelan on "Table Appaintments, which was
Japan, rs. G. J. Roussea on Africa, | both interesting .and helpful to home
and Mrs. Floyd on China. A delicious. makers.
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' propriate and substantial refresh-
ments were served by the hostesses.
HOME ECONOMICS CLUB The next meeting is to be held on
m \ r u i ( c' Keby. 5tli with Mrs. J. L. t)ay, at
Mrs. A. C. Parsons was hostess ^ (imc a t#]k wj|| ,M. ma(lc >,y
to the Home Economics club at her, -Contributed.
pleasant home on Lahoma avenue ' + •>
Thursday afternoon, Jan. 22nd. She
was assisted by Mrs. Robb and Mrs.
Barrow, and in spite of the downpour!
of rain all afternoon there were |
eighteen ladies present who respond-!
ed to roll call, which was on "Your I
favorite meat and the preparation of
it." Many useful and timely hints
were given on this very important
part of our diet.
Mrs. Eaglcton gave several choice
menues for company dinners, Mrs.
Higgers following with some good
menues for a country company din-
ner, the reports causing a longing
among us to partake of each one
THE SOCIAL HOUR CLUB
In the midst of a pouring rain,
but surrounded by all the luxury of
open fireplaces and blooming plants,
the Social Hour club held one of its
most enjoyable meetings of the year
at the home of Mrs. Ben Williams
on Thursday afternoon. After the
splendid responses to roll call, the
election of officers for the new year
The club is especially proud of its
new governing staff and predicts
strong year't work. The following
are the oKic«rs for 1920:
President—Mrs. G. P. Glenn.
Vice-president—Mrs-. J. C. Min-
Secretary—Mrs. J. H. Voss.
Treasurer—Mis. John Hardie
The club will hold the annual ban-
quet on the night of February 12th
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Mintccr and will celebrate the an-
nual pring picnic on the lawn of Mr.
and Mrs. Voss.
After the business session of the
club, the hostess assisted by Misses
Mary Catherine Moomau and Mil-
dred Lee Williams, served an elab-
orate two-course luncheon. A
large membership was present, with
Mrs. Cora Weller, Mrs. W. C. Weir
and Mrs. G. M. Clifton as special
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cheadle gave a
delightful dinner party Thursday
evening at their home at 494 Elm St.
Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. W.
M Newell, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Fitch,
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Vaughn, and
Prof. Julio G. Berzunza.
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The New Idea Club held one of its
interesting meetings with Mrs. M. I
Westervelt Wednesday afternoon,
Mrs. J. B. Cheadle read an article on
the Americans helping the Europeans
Misses Evorene Alder and Bess
Westervelt gave splendid readings
Miss Ruth Reed, Miss Nadine
Westervelt and Miss Myrle Wester
velt served a lovely luncheon. 1 he
special guests were Mesdames Thos
Vincent, J. C. Littrell, Fred Reed, K
E. Westervelt, and W. A. Brigham,
4* *i* 4*
Mrs. G. J. Rousseau, Mrs. Bragg
and Miss Alberta Bragg heard
Louise Homer in her recital at the
Overholser Friday evening.
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Mrs. Joe Meyer returned to her
home in Purcell Thursdoy after
few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. H
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Mr. and Mrs. Rea Lindsay, Mr
and Mrs. R. F. Ellinger, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Meyer, and Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Giles attended the Shriners dance at
Oklahoma City Friday evening.
•}• 4* 4*
Miss Lena Adkins was a guest of
Oklahoma City friends, Friday, and
attended the dance given by the Shri-
ners that evening.
4* 4* v
Mr. and Mrs. John McCall returned
to their home in Oklahoma City Fri-
day afternoon, after a pleasant visit
here with friends and relatives.
4* 4- 4*
Mrs. E. E. Walker, Mrs. M. Augli
inbaugh, Miss Eva Tucker, and Miss
Pauline Crowl attended the recital
given by Madame and Miss Homer
at the Overholser Friday evening.
+ 4* 4*
Miss Elizabeth Roscoe delightfully
entertained the members of the La-
dies Auxiliary of St. John's Episco-
pal Church in the honor of Mrs. E. P.
R. Duval, who has been one of the
splendid workers in the organiza-
tion, and will be missed when she
leaves for her new home in Arkansas,
the first of February. Mrs. R. J.
Edwards of Oklahoma City was a
special guest. At the close of a pleas-
ant afternoon, a delicious luncheon
t t +
Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Austin drove in
Friday from their Little River
ranch by buggy, being unable to
come by automobile on account of
the very bad condition of the roads,
and are guests of Mr. and Mrs, J. M.
Moomau. They tell us that their son-
in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Harness, have moved from Ok-
lahoma City to California, for the
benefit of their boy's health.
+ + +
Mrs. Eugene Monnet went to Ok-
lahoma City Friday where she will
spend a n^nth with Mrs. Kelley
West during Dr. West's absence in
4- 4- 4-
Miss Lota Jahn attended the ban-
quet Friday evening given by the La
Gaitee club at the Skirvin hotel, and
later the Louise Homer concert.
+ + +
Numerous line parties of society
women attended the "Miracle Man"
ta the University theatre on Friday
and Saturday. It presented a play
that appealed to them as it does to
every thoughtful man and woman
4* 4* 4*
Forty members of the Baptist Mis-
E. A. Foster, Tuesday, for an all-day
sion Society met at the home of Mrs
meeting on Foreign Missions. Ex
cellent prepared talks with original
maps were presented by Mrs H
20jper cent Discount
These are timely wearables
now—and you'll save many
dollars on buying for next
WHEREAS, Honorable F. B.
owank, District Judge in and for the
14th judicial district of the State of
Oklahoma, of which Cleveland Coun-
ty is a part, has announced his can-
didacy for Congress from the Fifth
District of the State of Oklahoma.
Norman's new innovation—the Help
Yourself Store—will be open for busi-
ness Tuesday morning, January 27,
ready for the Norman housewives with
their baskets and bags.
Here you may make your own selec-
tions—pick out just what you want and
know just what it is when you get it—
you'll be satisfied with your purchase
for you do not depend upon someone
else to select it, and see it only when you
see it at home—then you must use it or
do without as it's too late to send it
back and serve dinner on time.
The Help Yourself Store will handle
staple and fancy lines of groceries, veg-
etables, cakes, cookies, as well as dry
goods and notions.
You are sure to like the new idea of
waiting upon yourself—you don't have
to wait for someone to wait upon you—
and while you are doing your shopping
you also gain in cutting your household
We invite you to call Tuesday, see our
nice displays, make your selections and
note the saving. ,
Help Yourself Store
Moomau and Corbett
subject to the Democratic Primary
in August, 1920. and
WHEREAS, Judge Swank has well
and faithfully served the people of
<fte 14th judicial district as district
judge, ano we recognize 111 him the
ability, industry auu integrity neces-
sary to properly fit him as a repre-
sentative ot the people of this con-
gressional district in the national
i nt-Kr-hOKE, wc, the Bar Asso-
ciation oi Cleveland county, Okla-
homa, in regular session asseinoieu,
do hereby most heartily and sincerely
endorse the candidacy of Judge K b.
Swank for Congress, and 111 nis inter-
est and behalf bespeak the support
and assistance of the citizens ot this
and the other counties composing
the Fifth Congressional District ot
the State of Oklahoma.
BE I 1' FURTHER RESOLVED,
that we hereby request that the Hon-
orable F. B. Swank do not resign as
district judge of the 14th Judicial
District, pending the primary election
and the general election should lie
receive the nomination.
Done at Norman, Oklahoma, this
24th day of January, 1920.
Cleveland County Bar Association.
By James M- Gresham, President.
Attest: J. E. Luttrell, Secretary.
son, and attending ta some personal
business. Mrs. Robert® will be re*
membered as Miss Edna Watt®rson.
Mr. Roberts says they like Colorado
and are prospering.
News comes from Chicago of Jhe
death there on Wednesday of Mrs.
Gerzina Branstetter, mother of Otto
F. Branstetter, who made her home
with her son when the latter resided
here some years ago. She was in the
71st year of her age. Branstetter was
prominent in socialistic circles and is
in newspaper work on a socialist pa-
per in Chicago. His wife, who is a
smart woman and clever writer, is
also a newspaper woman in Chicago.
Mr. M. Roberts, who went from
here to Fort Meeker, Colo., a year
or two ago, is here visiting his
mother-in-law, Mrs. H. H. Watter-
\\ ANTED—Two goo d lighthouse
keeping rooms, close to 'ow"- tor
employed lady and mother. 1 hone
09 before noon today. "
WANTED: To rent a tyPewrlt"
with standard "keyboard. Call 264
FOR SADE: Six room bungalow
with furnace. Possession given
February 1st. Terms L B- Nlcr'
telephone 130. 252-3t
FOUND: Gold ring. Loser may
have same by describing it and pay-
ing for this ad. Call for Mr. Sherman
at Smith's Book Store. -52 "•
FOR SALE: Six room bungalow
A1 condition. Chas. I Shears at the
Norman Battery Co.
Unusual Value—In Tires for
30x3 li2 ,Double-£ure
Fabrics, all - weather
30x3 1h2 i |Single-Cure
Fabric, Anti-Skid tread
30x3 1-2 Heavy Tourist
Tubes in waterproof
are sure to be pronounced by you as the
best battery ever placed tn jour car. Has
hard rubber separators which eliminates
reinsulation. Utility batteries are guar-
anteed for two years—and to do that they
MUST be good. Get Utility batteries
We make our vulcaniz-
ing satisfactory by giv-
ing you the right advice
about your tires—if it
isn't -worth vulcanizing,
we tell you—if we vulcan-
ize your tire you will get
real service—the job is
sure to satisfy.
Free Inspection, Water, and Air.
Klein Tire Co.
230 E. Main
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'< ' Mi'.-;
Plan now the home you
will build. Perfect your
plans and be one of the
first to start construction
in the early spring.
We can help you and can
probably save you money
on your material bill if
Let us discuss it with you.
Young & Co.
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 252, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 25, 1920, newspaper, January 25, 1920; Norman, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114258/m1/6/: accessed March 21, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.