The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 34, Ed. 1 Monday, May 31, 1920 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DAILY TRANSCRIPT, NORMAN, OKLAHOMA.
My. N. G. Crowl arrived in Nor-
man from Webb City, Mo., to visit
her daughter, Miss Paulina, who is
attending the university.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar McCal! and
son, Oscar Jr., motored to the city
Saturday to visit Mrs. McCall's par-
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cook and on
went to the city Sunday to attend
the Billy Sunlay meeting.
Miss Nellie McPherron, who ha3
finished a year of teaching in the
high school at Ardmore, stopped in
Norman Sunday on her way to her
home in Arkansas.
Miss Virginia Shutt of Pryor is
vis-tins the Misses Froma and Arllne
Mrs J. M. Tyler and her sister-in-
law. Mrs. T. Matlock and son of
Carmen, heard Billy Sunday in the
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Foster, and
Messrs. Burt Burch and Worthing-
ton motored to the city Sunday after-
Tom Childress of Collinsville spent
the week-end with his family.
Miss Grace Jennings returned to
her work with the Marland company
in Ponca City Monday mornit.g, after
spending several days with her moth-
er. Mrs. Elizabeth Jennings.
Judge R. McMillan was a week-
end guest of his fimily. returning to
Ardmore Monday morning.
Mrs. Kate Reuzi visited her daugh-
ter , Mrs. H. R. Skin'ner in the city
Mrs. J. B. Cheadle went to the city
Monday morning to attend the So-
cial Service convention which takes
in Oklahoma. Texas, and Kansas.
Mrs. Robert Terrell and two child-
ren left for Kansas City Wednesday
where they will spend the summer
with Mrs. Terrell's parents.
Mr. and Mrs Elmer Capshaw and
son, Elmer. Jr.. spent Sunday with
Dr. and Mrs. M. T. J. Capshaw.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Keller left
Monday for North Tonawanda. New
York where, Mr. Keller will be con-
nected with a soap factory.
Mr. and Mrs Roy Lewis and
children motored to the city Sunday
and visited friends.
Mr. and Mrs. John Harrington and
children attended tbe Billy Sunday
meeting in the city Sunday.
Mr. Ralph Tfardie ajid little daugh-
ter. Ray Mnriam visited Mrs. John
Hardie at the Wesley hospital Sun-
Dr. Jerome Dowd attended the So-
cial Service convention in Oklahoma
City Monday morning.
L. E. Lounsberry, manager of the
King C. Gillette Razor companv, was
a guest of H. L. Muldrow Monday.
Mrs. F. J. Glasser. Mrs. A. F. Mc-
T.aughiin. Mrs. M, F. Winn and Mr.
Clarence Burkett motored to Okla-
homa City Sunday and attended the
Billy Sunday meeting.
Mr. and Mrs. J K Bottoms and
Mr. Albert Ogle of Enid motored to
the city Sunday and heard Billy Sun-
Dr. George Wiley of Branite, has
moved into his new home at 618
West Boyd street, which he purchas-
ed from R G. Soutar.
R. A. Conkling of West Palm
Beach, Florida, arrived Wednesday
to visit his brother, J. L. Conkling
and family for several days. The
brothers have not seen each other
for twenty-one years.
Mr. W. M. Bandy and daughter,
Miss Era Gandy, of Norman, are
spending the week with Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Sherman.—Lexington Leader.
Ruth Friend has gone to Moore,
where she will be loeated for some
time working for the Capper publi-
Wm. E. Herring, publisher of the
Ravia News and superintendent of
schools for his town, has entered the
state university at Norman for the
summer term, when he will complete
work for his master's degree.— Pub-
Mrs. A. W. Darrow of Norman
was a guest Wednesday at the A. W.
Westlake home.—Enid Eagle.
J. Clyde Milliken of Altus, who has
been attending the university here
and who receives his C. E. degree
this spring, has been elected as city
engineer of Chickasha, succeeding
H. A. Cranwell, resigned.
Funeral services for A. T. McEl-
dery were held yesterday at Purcell.
Mr. McEldery was an old timer of
this section, having been in the mer-
tile business at Purcell for many
years. He was suddenly stricken
with an attack of indigestion Friday
morning and died within two hours.
Miss Lottie Taylor and Mrs. H.
S Howard of McAlester will be the |
guests of Miss Annie Rowland to- ]
day. They will motor over and Miss j
Rowland will accompany them to
Norman Sunday.—Saturday's Shaw-1
Reuben Keller spent the week-end ImnreSSive Service Held
t his home in Shawnee. Keller gets ^ T _ ,
To Honor Comrades
his A. B. degree at the university
this weeK. i
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The banks and postoffice were ... . , _ , . .
closed today on account of Memorial !89® we liberated Cuba and
•j - ' . Phillipines, and in the World war we
y' ____ fought the oppressed countries, and
Paul and Ross Johnston, universi- a^a.'lI I?r, A^1?. ^e®^orn 5.®^?
ty students, spent the week end at which rightfully be ong
tiU ho™ to bWn,,
m„ L.. of c°"
was adjudged msane in rne county °u shaU MiSs Them„
court of Grady county ast week and R -nd Rousseau.s address was
was brought to the hospital here by de,ivered an ab,e and capable jnan-
Sheriff Matt Sankey Satu day. j an(j Qne which sentimentally ap-
„ . , nr^ 0.1.1. pealed to the veterans.
Paving work on _ West Eufaula quartet rendered another se-
street is rapidly going down. The ,ection "We Shau Meet but We Shall
curbinf has already bee put in and ac- ^.gg ^j;ra a SOng in the memory of
tive work on the paving will begin ■ a (leparted comrade.
today or tomorrow. j £aptajn DeLong had charge of the
— — 1 decoration service, and many beauti-
Messrs Miller and Tomnsend of fiowers were left to adorn the
the Purcell Register mechanical de-1 k,raves Qf ,he brave comrade, who
partment were Norman visitors yes-j have passed on into the Great Be-
terday. I yond. , , _
Benediction was delivered by Rev.
Jodie Burnett of the Rucker store -j- Aszman.
has returned from Elk City, where |
he was called to attend the funeral I jf ^j,e average person would put in
of his brother. In connection with I ag rnuci1 tjme tending to his own
this we wish to correct an article i business as he goes talking about his
which appeared in Friday's paper, j nejghbor's business, the income tax ;
ti— •■■■'< ,v"> fWoaaprf wm not. in jjjjgjjt be somewhat increased. j
It's a Ions load that has no end-
„1IJCTsS |ing. Prices at least seem to be com-
Camp left Sunday for their homes in ing <j0wn but we haven't got to the
Norman.—Tribbey News. I en(i Gf the road by any means.
Mrs. D. W. Griffin, Mrs. J. C. Min-
teer, and Mrs. C. S. Bobo have issu-
ed invitations for a sewing party in
honor of Mrs. Burt Edwards Tues-
day afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Bobo at 304 University boulevard.
Miss Myrtle Gann of Chickasha
will attend scheel here this summer.
Cleveland county's candidates seem
to be working overtime to make up
for the late start that they got
Miss Merle Rickard, who has just
closed a succe.-sful year in the Chick-
asha schools, will arrive this week
to make arrngements to attend the
uniyersity this summer.
Prof. T. H. Brewer of the depart-
ment of English at the university
and member of the Lions club will
address the Oklahoma City Lions
club at their regular meeting tomor-
row noon at the Skirvin hotel.
The wife of the deceased was not in
the car and was not injured.
Misse« Cecil Childs and Eulah
Lonnie Austin of Atlanta, Ga., is
visiting his uncle, I. W. Ball on route ,
5. Mr. Austin is very much impress- (
ed with Oklahoma and is thinking of
making his permanent home here.
Miss Maude Barton has asked for
a year's leave of abscence Jto attend
school in the University of Oklaho-
ma, with the understanding that she
be given a position in the Chickasha
schools at the expiration of her leave.
Ernest Settle spent Friday even-
ing with his mother, Mrs. G. O. Lei-
dig. He motored back to Norman
Saturday morning.—Shawnee News.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Royaltey and
daughter returned this morning from
Purcell, after spending the week-end
with her parents.
Prof. j. J. Miller, of the Southeas-
tern normal faculty at Durant, will
attend the summer session here to
work out his master's degree
Durant had its first military fun-
eral yesterday, over a soldier whose
body was brought back from France.
The American Legion had charge of
Miss Katharyn Osterhaus, who has
just closed a successful year of teach-
ing in the Pawhuska schools, has re-
turned to her home here.
Howard Bowles visited hii parents
at Shawnee over the week-end.
Mrs. Velma Parnell of the Rucker
store spent Sunday with her father
Miss Aline Pelphery of Shawnee
«pent the week-end here the guest of
telatives and friends.
There will be initiation and de-
gree staff of the Rebekah Lodge
Tuesday evening. It is desired that
all degree staff members be present.
The baccalaureate sermon of the
university seniors will be delivered at
the auditorium next Sunday morning
at 10:30 o'clock.
Miss Effie Cooper who has taught
in the Chickasha schools the past
term, is in Norman to attend the
Rev. T. H. Aszman arrived home
Saturday from Erick and Sayre where
he delivered commencement address-
There are still some bad spots in
the pavement. No work has been
done on them in the past week. Per-
haps the city employes have gone on
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A Double Purpose Swing
Porch swings arc becoming popular this time of year.
We have a swing similar to the illustration, except that
it is so constructed that half of the hack will turn over to
the frone side and make a cradle, giving a safe and cool
place to let the baby sleep out in the open air.
These swings are very substantially made, comfor-
table seats and are very pleasant resting places these hot
afternoons and warm evenings.
Let us send one out.
I. M. JACKSON
"The Home of the Hoosier."
A TORNADO COMING
Did You See Circular Headed "Senator
Gore's True Record Revealed
Until we picked up a circular on the streets of Norman last
Monday with the above startling headlines we had not sup-
posed that Senator Gore's record was concealed. In lact we
were under the impression that a Congressional Record was kept
and published and of iree and easy access to the public, re-
vealing the record made in' Congress by public officials. we
hardly deemed it necessary for so great and distinguished an
orator and jurist as Judge Stewart to cone to the Athens of
Oklahoma to reveal to the citizens of an enlightened city tne
record of a public official.
To assume that Norman citizens should be living in such
Stygian darkness as to the record made in congress by a Uni-
ted States Senator, that it had become necessary to send for
one of the really great men and orators of the United States
to come to this benighted city and raise the curtain and pene-
rtate the gloom concealed by the congressional record, is tru-
ly a asd commentary 011 a citizenship nestling close to the dome
of Oklahoma.s greatest educational institution. If necessary to
send to Norman so great and powerful and gifted an orator as
Judge Stewart, it would indeed seem to be a hopeless task to tind
big and powerful enough orators to send out into the less favor-
ed cities of this state. If the people in Cleveland county are not
interested enough and sufficiently enlightened to read and glean
from the congressional record the doings of senators and rep-
resenatives in congress, that to arouse them to a sense of their
duty, it has become necessary to storm this city of darkness
with such an intellectual colossus and orator as Judge Stewart,
the stygian darkness of the medevial ages would seem to have
settled over the fair state of Oklahoma. Are we to believe that
the heading on circular reveals the true mission of Judge Stew-
art's coming to Norman? Nay! Nay!
Senator Gore has challenged his opponent, Scott I' erris, or
anyone of State prominence, to join him on the platform with
"His Record made in Congress as subject of discussion" and the
people of the state for a jury'* Senator Gore is willing to stand
or fall by the record as he made it, not by the record as made
for him by the Oklahoman and other agencies interested in Ins
defeat, it is not at all necessary for a political banditti in this
state to go snipe hunting for Senator Gore. He is standing by
and willing to defend on the forum the record as he made it. It
is a record made for him by others that is vexing him, and used
by designing and scheming politicians, lurking and slouching
around in the dark, and too cowardly to meet him face to face on
the forum in open discussion of his public record. 1 wo states-
men, Lincoln and Douglass, holding different views on public
questions, met each other in joint debate, but a politician never
courts debate with a statesman. Hence no likelyhood of any
joint debate between oposing candidates for Senatorship in this
state unless by accident the republicans should select a man of
statesmanship calibre as a candidate.
JOHN S. ALLAN
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