The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 51, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 20, 1920 Page: 8 of 8
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12:15—R tarj luncheon. Sooner
10:fX>—All Day party. M'S- Ezra
McCa'l, 5')J We-t Eufaula
7:45—Hand concert, entrance. Ad
3:00—Missionary society, Baptist
church, Mrs. J. B. McClure.
312 We^t Comanche.
3:00—Presbyterian women. Mrs.
C. H Bessent, Mrs Ben Owen
and Mrs. R, \V. Hutto.
' :00—Lions banquet Rotarians.
8:00—Pi Beta Phi Alumnae, Mias
Nannie Miller. 526 Miller
8115—Moving pictures, ♦'Wllliw
Tree," starring Viola Dana.
12:15—Chamber of Commerce lun-
cheon. Sooner confectionery.
3:00—Missionery society, M. E.
church. South. Mrs. T. F.
Pierce, 211 West Symmes.
12:15—Junior Chamber of Com-
merce luncheon. Sooner con-
3:00— Rainbow shower, for Miss
Sammy McCall, Mrs. I M.
Jackson and Mrs. J. D. Ma-
8 00—Y. M.-Y. W. Entertainment,
lawn of Administration build-
8115—Moving Picture, "The Love
■ Nei." starring Madge Evans,
I niversity auditorium.
Norman were Mr. and Mrs. Robert
• a) lor, Misses Nannie and Emelvn
and 1. xtie la^ r. ..nd Mr.
Ted Bagby of Hueo. Okla.
Mis- Eunice Holland gave a de-
^htful dinner party Saturday even-
ing in h nor or Miss Lettie Sitnp-on j
who has just returned from Greeley,
Colorado and Miss Pauline Edwa'ds
who left Sunday for California. The ;
. ie-ts were Misse- Pearl LuttreM,
Olga Bobo. Mary Spencer, Char'ine
on, Cornelia Black, and Blanche
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city Saturday to visit ner sister, Mrs. he ras been attending school for thet urrV and Lora Cildwell, both eigh-
Arch Harrold and family. past four weeks. 'teen-year-olds from Blanchard
Mi^s Reland Britt gave a six o'clock
dinner Friday evening in honor of
Miss Margaret McKinney who left
Sattirdav for an extended visit with
relatives in Dallas. Texas. The table
was centered wi'h sweet peas and
gladiolas and seated around it were
Misses Margaret McKinney. Eliza-
beth Trise. Jessir Fro-t, Edith Nelms.
Viola Duck. Willie Burn=ide of San'
Antonio and Reland Britt. She
er* tahud her guests with a line I
partv at t;:e Theatre for the evening.
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Messrs Neil, Montford and Graham
Johnson inv ted a number of their
frien Is to a barn dance at their home
Wednesday evening where a merry
time \i -s enjoyed. Those pre,f-nt
we e Mr and Mrs L C. Giles, Mr. .
and Mr? Roy Foster. Misses Lucretia
Miller of Antlers Froma and Arline
Johnson Timmie Farrar. Olga Burnett
and Lucine Warner of New Hamp-
shire Messrs Worthington Taylor.
F'oyd G les, Dave Morris and Mos- |
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Oh, boy! That promised "feed" is
coming. ' lj
According to announcement jcj
Honoring Mrs*H.enry Lyons of El ioIerY'in^e^aVbe^'-.fTo^m^-
•>n< the house ~uest of Miss Laura .,.mK.rei,;f ♦
McCall. Miss Mary Spencer enter- banquet to the^ Rotary*clubfwfnne'r^
ained with a delightful dinner party a. the Teepcf house Tues^ « s; j
Wednesday evening Seated with „lgf the festirities to start at 7 i
M.ss Spencer were Mrs. Henry Lyons. And some tjme is promiiej j
Miss I-aura McCall. M-- Walter .act. lt couldn't help but be a great
Berry. Olga Bobo, Pearl Lutt^ll, and event. great
Eunice Holland According to Bob Muldrow Lion '
secretary, they will attempt to pro- I
Invitations have been ssued by vide something for all the Rotarians 1
Mr. and Mrs. S K McCall to the ,hut it will be worth the money alone i
wedding of their daughter. Miss Sam- to see what Josh Billings will be I
my King to Mr Louis Proctor Burns given to eat.
at their home June 30 at eight o'cl ck | The I.ions will not have their reg- I
• • • • jular luncheon Tuesday. I
The members oft the Pi Beta Phi
Alumnae club invited the Pi Phis, j Fred Reed and C. H. Bessent went
who are spending the summer in Nor- | to the city Friday to see Dr. S D.
man to join them in a picnic Wednes- _ Brooks at the University hospita„
day evening. They met at the home They report hs condition much im-
of Miss Dorothy Bell and motored proved and that he will be able to be
two miles north of Noble and enjoyed out in a few days.
a lovely picnic supper Th<«e present Mr and Mrs. John Philpin spent
were Mrs. John Lambert. Mrs. Rob- ; Friday afternoon in the city,
ert Taylor Mr Waiter Campbell, j Mrs. M Endicott was a guest of
Misses Lottie Taylor. NaoJiie Miller her mother in Noble Friday.
Sammy King McCall. Bess McMillan
Kathryn and Isabe' Duffy, Margue-
rite and gla Pendleton. Grace Lee,
Helen Berry. Florence Furman, Lu-
c le Burke. Dorothy Bellfi Ida See,
I-ene Ambrister and Masters McMil-
lan Lambert and Robert Taylor Jr
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In honor of Miss Margaret Hen-
don. who left Friday for her new home
in Muskogee, the members of the R
'1 C club gave a party Wednesday
evening at the hone of Miss Marga
-et McClure at 203 East Hu-'hbert
st-eet. The evening was spent in dan-
cing and at its close a lovely ice
course was serve ' to Mrs. Roy Cob-
hie, Margaret Hendon. Margaret Mc-
Clure Margaret Newblocjc, MaHle
Herrington, Birdean Van Camp, Hel-
en B«rrv. Zyla Pendleton. Je-sie
Frost, Agatha Burke. Mattie S'v.es
Zura Steer. Elveta Minteer, Eliza-
beth Kirk. Dorothy McCall. Isabel
Duffy. Retha Dellinger. Dorothy
Kirk, Jeane'te Barbour, Mildred Hol-
land and Clara Adkins.
Keep the Children
Give them Plenty
Let your next Flour
For 'Tween Meal
Bread made from Larabee s
Best flour has a firm, meaty
taste that the children all like.
And for between meal lunches
they prefer it to sweetmeat.
Try it for your /children the
next time they want a piece of
cake or a cookie.
Larabee's Best flour comes in
two sizes—24 at $1.90; 48 at
211 East Main
Notice to the Public
Have you tried our
We respectfully so-
lict your patronage.
For a short time we have
seven good farms owned by
non-residents, at a very at-
tractive price. Small pay-
ment cash, balanc^ at 6 per
cent for 10 years, no corn.
For corn and alfalfa lands,
First Natl. Bank Bldg, Norman
WE CLEAN TK
Make them look like new in fact—
and at a cost of only a fraction of a
Save your money—phone 281 and
we'll call for the old hat and make it
look like new again.
Our work is guaranteed to satist'v
you in every way.
Suits and Dresses Cleaned and Pressed
Our cleaning and pressing depart
ment is fully up to the latest modem
If you have not yet sent a suit or
dress to be cleaned, you do not realize
just how good our work really is.
Try it this week—you take no
chances, we guarantee you'll be satis-
Prompt delivery and call service.
Vincent Cleaning Co.
M . -
JOE VINCENT, Mgr
120 West aMin.
A Cotton Goods Carnival
A Great Opportunity to Supply Your Wants In Cotton Fabrics at Lower Prices
Monday, June 21, Throughout Saturday, June 26
Cotton fabrics are by far the most popular of all cloths and this Cotton Goods Carnival
\\ ill offer you the most \v anted weaves at great price reductions. 1 hese reductions are tak-
en from our already low prices and are offered our customers in hopes they will take ad-
vantage during this week to lower their liv-ing cost.
Cotton fabrics are not going to be lower, with cotton people talking 60c cotton and
weavers asking for a 25 per cent increase in wages. Cotton fabrics will be higher for an-
other year at least.
Look over this list and see where this store is offering just the cotton fabrics that you
need at this time at prices that would be impossible if we had to go into the market todav
and buy these goods.
Practically every line of cotton dress fabrics is represented and we ask that you make
the store a visit Monday and secure your wants for the balance of 1920 for you are sure to
pay more if you wait.
Tissue Ginghams, one of the most wanted wash fab- French Voiles of the most beautiful quality patterns
rics of the year. I-ifty pieces to choose from including that look like rose farHpns Thr#> -,n,i f^ i t •
beautiful Plaids. Stripes, Checks, as well as many plain ! * ,, . gardens. 1 hre and four color combina-
colors. These fabrics are excellent values at 75c. 'Cotton V, 4SUC ' colormP as you have never seen before.
Goods Carnival price only 59c i a real.y wonderful dress be sure and see these
beautiful Voiles. Regular $2.50 a yard, Cotton Goods
Beautiful dark Voiles, forty inches wide, rose, copen, Carnival price only $1>95
navy, tan, grey and black grounds with attractive designs
in white and colors. These are our famous $1 Voiles. Siam Linene suitings in all wanted plain colors in
Cotton Carnival price is only 79c cluding pink> navy> b,ack> copen> .ght b,ue> ^ ^
Choose from fifty of as beautiful patterns in both light f°'d' 1?iie: reseda> French blue and tan. This fabric is ideal
and dark colored Voiles as vou will see this season. Two tor Mlddles>.Middy Dresses, Coats and Skirts. Yard wide,
and three color patterns in a wonderful range of color com- excellent finish. Our best 50c Linene, Cotton Goods Cam-
binations. Ideal for hot weather dresses, best $1.25 Voiles, 1 price, only
Cotton Goods Carnival price, only, yard 95c
This range of Voiles are so beautiful they look like ' 'am (-hlllon ^ 0lle ln a lar&e vanety of wanted shades
Georgette. Wonderful combinations of colors in every such as flesh- malse. grey, copen, yellow, nile, reseda, pink,
wanted shae. Twentyfive very choice patterns to choose ''Sht bIue- Iavenflar national and grey. These Voiles are
from. Our best $1.50 fabrics, Cotton Goods Carnival price °' excellent quality and are 40 inches wide. Best 50c plain
only $1.29 Voiles Cotton Goods Carni\ 1 j.r'ce Oi ly 29c
Ten patterns of beautiful Voiles tha thave proven to n u j-
be very popular this season. Rose and grey, blue and tan, opular check Organdies, in neat checks of blue, green,
tan and brown, brown and blue, navy and rose. The.-e art :k- yellow and lavendar. These are 40 inches wide and
just a few of the color combinations. Forty inches wide, vmI: make into dainty cool summer dresses. Regular 75c
our best $1.75 Voiles. Cotton Carnival price is only $1.39 Cotton Goods Carnival price only 39,-
If you admire beautiful dress fabrics you can not help
from wanting one or more of these wonderful georgette Best quality underwear Crepe, cool, light weight, that
patterns on fine imported French Voile. Fine as a cobweb, makes ideal gowns and other underwear. Requires 110
most beautiful as to color combinations in a range of en- ironing. 27 inches wide and comes in flesh pint: rose
tirely new patterns. Ideal for dainty Summer dresses. lavendar, maise. Regular 75c quality Cotton' HnnHc r-,/
Our best $2 Voiles, Cotton Goods Carnival price only $1.69 nival price yard 0nly .„_'l_L_
NORMAN IS MAKING ELABORATE PREPARATIONS FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT ON JULY 5. COME
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The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 51, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 20, 1920, newspaper, June 20, 1920; Norman, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc114375/m1/8/: accessed March 19, 2019), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.