The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 3, 1920 Page: 4 of 4
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THE DAILY TRANSCRIPT, NORMAN, OKLAHOMA.
Mrs. Boise Fulkerson was hostess i
to the Royal Neighbors club Wed-!
Desday evening, June 3, at 3 oMock. |
A good membership was presen' and j
a splendid social time was spent |
Delicious refreshments were served
by the hostess and Mrs. Nelson Har-
rington and Mrs. Fred Reynolds.
Mrs. F. B. Swank and son and
Miss I ma James spent the day
Thursday with Oklahoma City
Mrs. J. H. Hutchins and her hou e
guest, Miss F.ra Gandy, were Okla-
homa City visitors Tuesday.
Mrs. W. N. Rucker and son, Ralph,
heard Billy Sunday in the city Thurs-
Glenn Burnett of Burkburnett,
Texas, is visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jodie Burnett.
G. A. Hines of Muskogee arrived
in Norman from Muskogee and will
visit several days with Mrs. O. H.
Frank and family.
Mrs. Frank Starzer spent the day
in the city Thursday.
Mrs. Eva Dungan and Miss Grace
Brown were Oklahoma City visi-
tors Thursday. Mrs. Dungan will
spend her summer in California and
Miss Brown will summer in Albion,
Mrs. Ellen Miller and son, Ken-
neth, entertained at dinner at the
Teepee house Tuesday evening, when
the guests were Prof and Mrs. Vic-
tor Kulp, Dr. and Mrs. R. T. House
and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Deitz.
Mrs. Joe Meyer Sr. of Purcell and
sister, Mrs. Addie McClure of Cran-
dall, Texas, are visitors at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Royaltey.
Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Turley and
Miss I.ucile Searcy motored to_ the
city Wednesday to attend a picnic
at the home of Miss Marie Bump.
Frank G. Howe, O. U. *13 and '15
of Washington. D. C., is visiting
friend, and relatives here a few days.
Mr. Howe is co-editor and publisher
of "Soldiers of the Great War."
Dr. A. R. Lewis, state health com-
missioner. and Dr. D. W. Griffin,
>uperintendent of the hospital here-
will visit the penitentiary at McAles-
j ter Friday, where they will e*amme
a number of prisoners who have ask-
ed to be transferred here.
Mrs Lucy Sanders and daughters,
Clara and Sallie. of F.1 Dorado came
in yesterdav to spend the week-end
with Mrs. W. P. Slover at 124 West
Eufaula street. They went to Lex-
ington todav to visit other relatives
and will return to Norman tomorrow.
Advance car No. 1 for the Gentry
Bros. circu« was here today making
advance arrangements for the show
which will be here Monday. June 14.
Mrs. A. M. McKinney and baby,
Martha Jane, of Muskogee are K fsts
of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Berry and Mrs.
G. T. Webster.
Mrs. Chas. Lauer and Mrs. Ralph
Downing were Oklahoma City visi-
Mr. and Mrsl Chas. Lauer left
Wednesday evening for several
points in Iowa, where they will spend
some time before going to Colorado
for the summer.
Joseph A. Brandt left Thursday for
his home in Tulsa.
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Featherston
and daughter. Miss Viola, motored
to Norman Thursday and Miss Viola
took the interurban to Edmond,
where she will attend the summer
Miss Ethel Crabtree of Oklahoma
City is visiting Mrs. J. L. Ruder.
E. D. Smith wj> a business visitor
to the city Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Boyle returned
to their home in Mangum, accompan-
ied by their son, George, Thursday
Misa Elizabeth Roscoe was
visitor this morning.
Mrs. E. A. Foster was called to the
city this morning by the illness of
her daughter, Mrs. B. A. Dower.
Mrs. S. L. Sykes went to the city
on business Thursday.
Mrs. G. L. Huev and daughter,
Miss Pauline, went to the city Thurs-
Mrs. W. J. Tribbey returned to her
home in Wirt Thursday after a visit
v.ith her mother, Mrs. H. E. Allison.
Mrs. L. E. Boland went to Sulphu-
Thursday morning after a visit with
her daughter, Miss Carrie Jones.
Mrs. Callie Ellzey went to Lone
Wolf Thursday morning, called by
the serious illenss of her mother-in-
law. Mrs. W. F. Ellzey.
Misses Margaret McMillan and
Bonnie White were in the city Thurs-
Misses Mayme Wooden, Louise
Buckley, and Glenna McBroom were
Oklahoma City sightseers this morn-
Miss Jimmie Farrar visited friends
in the city Thursday.
J. A. Holmboe of the Holmboe
Construction company of Oklahoma
City was in Norman this morning.
Mrs. Frances DeMand of Oklaho-
ma City came down this morningJto
visit her parents, Judge and Mrs. W.
Fred Thompson was an Oklahoma
City visitor this morning.
S. M .Walter of Oklahoma City is
spending a short time in Norman .
Mis, Olive Robertson of Oklaho-
ma City was a guest of Miss JesS'ca •
Owen at the Pi&;ta Phi house Thurs-
Mr. and Mrs. Will Aniol will leave '
Saturday evening for Chicago, where
they will visit relatives, t£r. Aniol
will visit ten days but Mrs. Aniol and
the children will spend the entire
Mrs. E. E. Walker was an Oklaho-
ma City visitor Wednesday.
Dr. J. I. Tucker arrived Sunday
from Fort Worth to join Mrs. Tuck-
er who is visiting her mojher, Mrs.
Theo. Osterhaus ,and will spend sev-
eral days here.
Some people indignantly deny that
they are influenced by superstition.
They only believe in the efficacy of
the Oouja board.
Impulse sometimes leads a person II
astray, but it is better to act upon 11
it than to hesitate until i is too late.
It may seem paradoxical, but some
men thrive upon vice and are awak- j
ened by the vice upon which they |
0. K. TRANSFER.
Office phone 225.
Residence phone 505.
Few people ever reach the goal of
their ambition. There is always
something higher that they want.
Do You Want an
We have a customer who
has three cars in good condi-
tion, one practically new,
that he will trade in on de-
If you are interested call on
us or phone 23.
McDaniel & Matthews
Real Estate, Loans, InSffftnce
With acknowUdjmmts to K. C. B.
TIow I saved
EVEN THE eggs.
WERE TIRED that morning.
AND THE coffee.
DIDN'T FOOL me one bit.
BUT WHEN after breakfast
MY CIGARETTE tasted awful
IT WAS too much.
AND A grouch started.
AND WALKING to work.
I SWORE off smoking.
AND DECIDED to fire.
MY OFFICE tay.
3UT JUST before I deeded.
TO KILL a policeman.
A MAN passed ma.
SMOKING A cigarette.
AND SAY but the smoka.
THAT DRIFTED hack.
DID SMELL good.
AND I followed him.
INTO A store. v
HE THREW down two dime®.
AND SAID "The same."
AND SO did I.
AMD SO I'm stl'.l smoking.
AND STILL keep that.
OFFICE BOY and I let that.
HANDSOME POLICEMAN live.
AND I'M going to boost.
THAT MAN I followed.
FOR PRESIDENT or something.
I rCR REALLY those cigarettes.
JUST a whiff of that spicy aroma of
fine Turkish and Domestic tobaccos
will make you hungry for this "satis-
fy" smoke. There are blends and
blends, but none like this one. Chester-
field's blend is a secret and it cannot
Half Price for Ladies'
This week we are offering more than one hundred wash
dresses at half price. Dresses for ladies, small women, miss-
es and girls in Ginghams, Galatea, Drill and many other
At half price they cost less than the materials used in
their making—note these:
Children's dresses in
many styles, all this
season's models, made
from excellent Ging-
hams in plaids, checks,
stripes and plain col-
ors, Middy Dresses
made by Paul Jones,
which means the best
girl's dresses in the
world, these are in
plain ginghams and
white Galatea, here are
dresses that any moth-
er would welcome. Ex-
cellent styles that will
make your daughter
look her very best, all
sizes from 3 to 14
$4 children's dresses
reduced to $2. $5
dresses reduced to $2.50
$6 dresses reduced to
only $3. $7 dresses
reduced to only $3.50.
$9 dresses reduced to
onlyonly $4.50. $10.00
dresses reduced to only
Dresses for women
and misses in all white
with navy blue collars and cuffs, real middy dresses, dresses of
ginghams in many styles. These can be had in many sizes, 14
years to size 38, and at half price are much less than the mater-
ials in them are worth. Regular prices were $10 to $15, special
at Reduced Prices
Tomorrow and Saturday we shall offer our entire stock
of new Summer hats at a real reduction of twenty-five per
cent. This saving of one fourth comes just at the time when
most ladies are ready to buy their summer hats. Wonder-
ful styles, finest materials and perfect workmanship marks
these hats as the best we have ever shown.
Friday and Saturday you may choose from every Sum-
mer Hats in our stock at a saving of fully one-fourth.
Excellent hats for as little as $3.95. You will be surprised
at the values we are offering in ladies and misses hats for
such modest prices. Many styles to choose from in parcti-
cally all colors in small, medium and large shapes. Come
see these special values at only $3.95.
The next time you are down town make the millinery
section a visit and let us show you what wonderful values
we are offering in artistic millinery.
NORMAN'S GREATEST STORE
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