The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 258, Ed. 1 Sunday, February 1, 1920 Page: 2 of 8
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THE DAILY TRANSCRIPT. NORMAN. OKLAHOMA
7:00—Student Christian Fellow
ship League entertain the dele-
gates who attended the Student
Volunteer Convention in Des
Moines at M. E. Church.
2:30—C. W. B. M. of the Christian
Church, Mrs. G. P. Glenn, 314
YV. Main and Mrs. John Franing.
7:00—Dinner Iiridge Club, Mr.
and Mrs. Phil Kidd, 411 W.
4100—Chapter Meeting of Red
Cross at Mr. Ralph Hardie's of-
fice, 207 1-2 E, Main.
3:00—Needle and Thimble club,
Mrs. ). M. McCullough, 404 K.
2:30—Home Economics club, Mrs.
A. W. Darrow, assisted by Mrs.
Jack Foster and Mrs. Everett
<3:00—University Dames, Mrs.
Cora Dill, 503 W. Comanche.
3:00—As Yon Like It club, Mrs.
J. li. Cheadle and Mr;. John
3:00—Daughters of the American
Revolution, Mrs. J. J. Gable and
Mrs. B. B. Ilendon.
Mrs. John Franing was called
to Cushing, Okla, Friday by the sud-
den death of her brother.
4* + <•
Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Turley enter-
tained Mr. and Mrs. E. P. R. Duval
and daughters with a delightful six
o'clock dinner Thursday.
+ + +
Miss Mary Catherine Maguire and
Misses Dorothy and Sadie Synnott
were guests of Oklahoma City
+ + +
Mr. Glenn Swanson of Muskogee
stopped in Norman with his fratern-
ity brothers, the Beta Theda Pis,
Friday afternoon, on his way home
+ + +
Mrs. J. W. Richards accompanicd
her son, Charles, who is going to
Randlett, Okla. to attend school the
remaining year, to Oklahoma City
♦ + +
Mrs. J. R. Smith is in Clinton, Ok-
lahoma. the guest of Rev. and Mrs.
C. S. Walker.
+ + +
Mrs. Leon Woods of Chicago and
Miss Georgia Shutts of Pryor, Okla.,
wero luncheon guests of Mrs. Phi!
+ + +
Misses Edna and Ruby Stogner
were Oklahoma City visitors today
and attended "Up in Mables Room"
at the Overholser theatre.
+ + +
, Dr. and Mrs. Francis DeMand of
Oklahoma City attended the dance
at the Teepee House given Friday
evening by the Phi Mu Alpha fra-
+ ♦ +
Mrs. Charlie Richards gave a de-
lightful evening party at her home at
418 South Peters. The evening was
spent in games and music and at its
close a lovely luncheon was served
to Mesdames Bess George, Mayme
Winn, Errett Newby, Wyatt Borch,
Lulu Bumgarner, Velma Parnell, Joe
Baker, Frank Boggs, Pat McKinney,
A. M. Jameson, R. J. Atkinson, Roy-
al Giles, Will McCoy, Claude Pickard
Frank Carder, Paul Lainhart of Ok-
lahoma City, Dave Ince, Jake Shar-
er, Tom Mayfield, Misses IZupliie
Boble, Wanda Sitlington, Foy Rtin-
yan, Ruby Giles, Audrey and Quida
Mrs. Frank Boggs, assisted by
Mrs. M. B. Furray, Mrs. O. C. Banks,
and Mrs. H. P.. Seawright, enter-
tained thirty-five little girls and bovs
in honor of her son, Frank's fifth
birthday Saturday afternoon. The
afternoon was spent in playing
games. )The children were invited
into the dining room where ice cream
and cake were served from the table
centered with a birthday cake and its
five burning candles.
Mr. and Mrs A. L Welch, 215
Weit Ninth street, Oklahoma City,
entertained Friday evening with a
dancing party in honor of their son,
Mr. Francis Welch, with the guests
limited to the members of the Beta
i Theta Pi fraternity and their girl
+ + +
Coterie enjoyed a most interesting!
meeting Friday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. J. M.. Williams, 7011
Asp Avenue. Roll call responses
from "Kipling" preceded the papers;
"Kipling as a prophet" by Mrs. S. D.1
Brooks. The ready discussion which
followed the papers attented to their
excellence. The next meeting ofi
Coterie will be Feburary 3.
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The meeting of the Guild of St.
John's Episcopal church which met
with Mrs. Edgar Meacham was
turned into a party Tuesday after-
noon, honoring Mrs. E. P. R. Duval,
who has been a member for a number
of years and left Saturday lor her
new home in Arkansas. The mem-
bers presented Mrs. Duval with sil-
ver sugar tongs and a poem which
expressed their love for her and the
regret they felt in having her leave
thm and wishing her happiness in her
new surroundings. A luncheon was'
served to Mesdainos F. F. Fitch,'
Fred W. Padgett, Fred Tarnnn,
Richard Soutar, L. C. Lichty, Joe
Davis, Edward Berrigan, A. R.
Ramey, George Meacham and Mrs. j
+ ♦ +
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Johnson's
beautiful home was opened Thursday
evening to the Old Regime club
ladies and their husbands, the event
being a seven-course dinner. This
was the eleventh anniversary of the
club and the fourth time they have
been the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
The festal board around which
these old friends gather once a year
was perfect in all it appointments
and the entire evening one which
will long linger in the mind and
heart of each guest. After the dinner
which was served by the daughters
of the club members, Misses Olga
Bobo, Bessie Clement, Mary Cath-
erine Maguire, Vera Griffin, and
Mildred Lee Williams, Mrs. Maguire
introduced an original song on the
"Old Regime," and as her sweet
familiar voice wafted itself through
the banquet room, the members rose
and joined her in singing of the club
song, which throughout the eleven
years has been the means of
strengthening the friendships form-
ed in days of old.
The evening was spent in an in-
formal way. Mirth and wit ran high
with rvery one feeling the warmth
and genial hospitality of their host
and hostess. At a late hour, to the
strains of "Home Sweet Home," the
guests took their leave, extending to
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and the com-
mitte in charge, composcr of Mrs.
Stratton D. Brooks. Mrs. James D.
Maguire, and Mrs. C. S. Bobo, the
heartiest appreciation of the club
which has mtaat mud. in il.e oecial
lift of its members
Mr. Perry Freeman and Miss Lena
Adkins were married at Guthrie at
8 o'clock Thursday evening, January
29, with a minister of that city offi-
ciating. The happy couple are now
making their home in Oklahoma City
where the groom is connected with
the Liggett Drug company, 'ftuy
are expected to come to Norman
today to visit Mrs. Freeman's par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Adkins
The wedding was somewhat of a
surprise to the many Norman friends
of the contracting parties, although
the couple have been going together \
for some time. The groom is a fine
butinttt man and a genial, whole-
souled irentleman. He wu until r«-
maaotr (f the Mayfield
iirug store in this city. Tne bride
ffrw to wTrtnintKttd in aor city and
has those charming qualities of mind
and person that endeared her to a
urge circle of friends. The Trans-
cript joins their friends in extending
its best wishes.
Mr. and Mrs. Oval Montgomery
returned to their home in Pawhuska
Friday after a short visit with Mrs.
Montgomery's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. G. Bible, 116 East Eufaula.
Mrs. James Maguire and James
Maguire, Jr., wire in Oklahoma City
One More Week To
Get an Inner Tube
\\ e will continue all this week to give an inner tube
free with each Racine Horseshoe Brand casing sold.
Automobile casings and tubes are sure to be high-
er, but to thoroughly introduce the Horseshoe Brand,
we want to remind you this offer closes February 7
I his is a saving to you of from 17 to 22 per cent. Now
is the time to get your supply for the season.
CLOSE PRICE-QUICK SALE—CASH ONLY
Plain Horseshoe Tread Inner Tube
30x3 $15.25 $16.85 $3.90 FREE
30x3 l/2 19.35 21.15 4.45 FREE
32x3% 36.40 26.10 4.90 FREE
31x4 28.80 32.85 5.50 FREE
32x4 29.70 33.75 5.85 FREE
33x4 30.15 35.10 6.00 FREE
34x4 30.60 36.00 6.30 FREE
34x4y2 40.95 47.70 7.75 FREE
35x5 49.95 58.50 9.55 FREE
Wc also have many other sizes. All kinds of ac-
We sell Maxwell and Chalmers automobiles and
Holtzschue Motor Car
117-119 W. Main, Norman, Okla. Phone 2$
Since the opening of this Help Your
Self Store last Tuesday, we are led to
believe the many customers who have
stopped in are pleased with the plan.
You can shop much quicker when
you wait on yourself, you get just what
you want, and there's no dissatisfaction
as you see what you get.
Besides our complete line of groceries, vegetables,
cured meats, etc., wc now have a nice line of glass-
ware, queensware; alumninm and rnamelware;
alumnium and enamel cooking and kitchen utensils.
.Men's women's and children's hosiery.
Handkerchiefs, towels, laces, braids, buttons, pins,
Men's ties, belts, suspenders and supporters.
A nice line of fancy stationery.
All our goods are at exceptionally low
If you haven't yet made us a visit, call
the first time you're in town.
The Help yourself
MOOMAU & CORBETT
107 East Main.
Whatever is of household convenience
in the hardware line, we carry. We have
innumerable things that take the drudg-
ery out of housework which any house-
wife will recognize the minute she lays
her eyes on them.
Right now we have a fine line of labor-saving
washing machines—the One-Minute Wonder. Stand-
ard quality—and very reasonable in price. There's
no use rubbing the clothes on a board any more when
you can get such a good machine for so little money.
Come in and see them in order to really appreciate
what one will mean to you.
See our dollar day specials in the big Dollar Day-
ad on page four.
FURNITURE AND HARDWARE
121 East Main. Phone 491
THE BEST SHOE MADE
Military Heel Street Oxford for
Black Kid and Brown Kid $15
plus war tax.
The real pleasures of "Home"
are not fully realized until
that home is your own
And now is the best time to
definitely decide to build. By
spring materials will be even
higher than they are now.
Prepare your plans, bring
them to us and we will give
you a close price on the mater-
ials—a price we believe will be
much lower than we can make
several months from now.
Young & Co.
Lumber and Building Materials
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