The Daily Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 8, No. 72, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 15, 1920 Page: 4 of 8
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Miss Cora Hull is visiting her un-
cle, J. W. Vaughn in Nebraska.
Dr and Mrs. H. G Goodrich en-
tertained Rev. and Mrs. W L Broome
and Mrs. K. C Jc-.iyan with twelve
o'clock dii'ner Sunday.
Mrs. Hannah Haines and Miss De-
borah Haines of Chickasha were in
Norman Wednesday enroute tor
Boulder, Colo., where they will re-
main until September
Misses Carrie So'.ntae and rhelma
Blanton went to see Mrs. Julia Mey-
ers at stop 25 Thursday.
Mrs. W. S. Murphy and daughter,
Marie, went to the city Thursday to
visit Mrs. Rosie Robinson.
Mrs F. J. McGinley and Mrs. Al-
fred McCall were special guests of
Mrs. A. J. Hemstreet'at a one o'clock
Mrs. Aaron McDaniel and Mrs. J.
A. Brodie were Oklahoma City visi-
Miss Carrie Soontag is spending a
two weeks vacation with her parents
in the Falls district.
Miss Lota Jahn was a city visitor
Mrs. Sadie Hyde returned to Ce-
ment Wednesday after spending a
month with Mrs. W. D. Gray.
Miss Nellie Beavers, who is at-
atending the university, fell on a wet
sidewalk Monday and sprained her
ankle and has been unable to attend
\nnouncements have been received
of the marriawe of Miss Oma Edwards
and Mr. Lon C. Thomas at Henrietta,
Teexts, June 14 and they will be at
home to their friend- after July 1 at
Gage, Okla. Mrs. Thomas attended
the university for three years.
Mrs. R. A. Brighjm of Quay, is vis-
iting Mrs. W. A. Britt.
Foy McClesky of Holdenville was
here yesterday visiting friends.
Arch Southard &nd family of Blan-
chard drove over last night and at-
tended the carnival. Arch is the jit-
ney driver between here and th Mc-
Clain county town.
It takes more than an.ankle to cause
a man to turn his head during these
days of tight skirts.
J. W. Baker was at Byars the first
of the week, looking after gin affairs
there and getting ready for the sea-
Forrest Cutler and Floyd Golden
drove over from Blanchard last night.
Misses Kate McKeown and Helen
Wann returned yesterday from Ada
where they spent the week-end. They
are attending the summer session here.
Dean Frederik Holmberg, cf the
college of fine arts was a speaker at
the state convention of Pathe deal-
ers at Oklahoma City yesterday.
Messrs. Milton and Henry Meyer of
Norman are in attendance.
Messrs. Joe D. Gregg and G. E.
Chaney purchased a Ford Sunday and
took their families for a ride that af-
Miss Mildred Dailey and Howard
T. Baugh were married at Oklahoma
City last night. Prior to his entering
the service. Baugh was a student here
and a member of the Beta Theta Pi
fraternity. Miss Dailey was a student ]
and a member of the Kappa Alpha
Theta sorority. They are spending
their honeymoon in Colorado.
Attorney J. B. Dudley and son of
Oklahoma City were in town Thurs-
day on business.
Have you registered? The books
arc open at the different wards and
waiting for you.
Mrs. Emmet Graham of Oklahoma
City is a guest of Mrs. Nancy Gra-
Henry Meyer and Lester Martin of
the Meyer and Meyer Furniture store
went to Oklahoma City Thursday
morning where they will fit up Wil-
liam Morgan cotton offices.
Miss Grery Monical is spending
this month with her sister in Guti.-
Mr. and Mrs, Arch Young of route
8 left Thursday for Hartsville, Mo.,
where they will visit relatives for
three weeks. They anticipate much
pleasure in fishing in the Gasconette
river where they catch red horse and
Mr. and Mrs. Will Morgan, Jr., and
children are pleasantly located at 144
East 14th street in Oklahoma City.
Mrs. Arthur Gray and Miss Pau-
line Fischer were Oklahoma City vis-
Charles DeVorss, head of the men's
div«rtment at McCall's will leave for
New York City Saturday morning,
where he will spend two weeks buying
for his department - •
Guy Taylor returned from a trip
to Shawnee Thursday.
Misses Mildred McClure, Mary Ro-
[ licrts, and Gladys Roberts returned to
j iheir homes in Oklahoma City Thurs-
day morning after a visit with Sgt.
nd Mrs. Charles Lee.
Miss Anna Neal left for Wayne,
Wednesday to visit her sister, Mrs.
J R Evatt and family.
Mrs. Lizzie Smith and Mr. and Mrs.
Ross Bridgewater and children left
Tuesday tor Kansas City in Mrs.
Smith's automobile. They expect to
be gone about six weeks.
Miss Mabel Davis was an Oklahoma
City visitor Thur-day.
Mrs. J. F. Oakley returned to her
home in Ardmore Wednesday after
spending two weeks with her sister,
Mrs. J. F. Boyd.
Marvin and Carl Slack of Blan-
chard were here last night taking in
Mill run bran
Standard gray mjrts
Whitwell Grocery Co.
Phone 347 211 East Main
Office over First National
Hours 8 to 5 Phone 27
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Meal 1 icket
Mr. G. W. Moore, the new
proprietor of the English Kit-
chen, wants a new name for his
cafe. He is so busy making im-
provement and changes that he
has decided to let the people
of Norman suggest the name.
He is offering with this issue
free a five-dollar meal ticket to
the young lady who suggests
the most suitable name. All
suggestions of names must be
made by mail and must be re-
ceived not later than Saturday
noon. The" winner whose name
i- adopted will be notified in
Sunday morning's Transcript.
Music for Your Home
Music provides, at a minimum
cost, entertainment for every mem-
ber of the family. And when friends
drop in for the evening you can re-
produce for their enjoyment, the
best efforts of the world's most
From our ample assortment of Records, you
may choose to please your taste whether it be
for vocal, instrumental or novelty renditions.
May we entertain you sometime soon with
a program of your own selection?
Six (6) Exclusive Advantages in a
1. No needles to change on a jewelled Pathe. The
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2. Guaranteed longer life of records.
3. Plays all makes of records and plays them
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5 Supreme in tone because of the famous Pathe
6. The Pathe Controlla enables you to increase
or decrease the tonal volume at will.
Yet the Pathe Costs No More Than
The Ordinary Phonograph
MEYER & MEYER
230 East Main. Telephone 67
We are showing three break-
fast room sets that will greatly
interest you. Probably you
have had an idea—have had
your Breakfast Room all pic-
tured in your mind's eye. Even
so, come in and see these. One
of them may be just the set to
make that wish a reality. They
are in Old Hickory and Fiber.
Trimmings are in Ivory and
Gold and Blue and Gold.
Delivered on Time
"On Time" delivery means much to the busy house-
wife who must plan to have her dinner promptly. As a
test of our "On Time" service, phone for sonfe of the items
listed below, and any others you may need fot dinner.
Get our prices on case lots—you save money.
One large 35c bottle White Pony catsup $.25
Two large cans hominy 25
Two cans peas 25
Two cans tomatoes 25
Three cans Pork and Beans 25
Six packages washing powder 25
Five bars Lenox soap 25
Three bars P. and G. soap 25
Five packages Pearline 25
Two cans red beans 25
fhree spools thread 25
Three packages Faultless starch 25
Three rolls toilet paper 25
U. S. TUBES
115 East Main
Interesting Items for
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
Note these special values in each department and be
here one of the three days.
Novelty Voile Dresses at $8 50
Unusual beautiful styles in ruffled and straight line and draped effects.
They come in very attractive floral and conventional designs; also in plain,
both light and dark colorings. While thev last, $12.50, $15 and $16.50 values
House Shoes at $1.95
Boudoir bedroom slippers in black, blue, pink and red kid; very special,
regular $2.50 value at $1.95.
36 inch Voiles 69c Yard
Consisting of plain and figured voiles—the season's latest fabrics and
patterns, 85c to $1.25 values, very special at 69c yard.
36 inch Voiles at $1.19
Beautiful silk stripe and floral design; our regular $1.50 and up to
$1.85 yard; very special $1.19 yard.
A Big Blouse Special al $4.95
Georgette blouses, the season's latest creations; each a rare good stvle •
values $7.50 to $9.95; very special at $4.95.
Men's Wash Pants $1.89 Per Fair
Pen check and striped summer wash pants, well made and a regular
value at $1.89 pair.
Men's Bib Overalls $1.95 Per Pair
Hickory stripe bib o'alls; medium good weight, well made; a regular
$2.50 value; special $1.95 per pair.
Boys' Kahki Knee Pants at 95c Pair
The pant for summer wear at 95c pair
Special purchase of boys' knee pants in khaki and light stripe woolens;
very special; well worth $1.50 per pair, at 95c.
Brocaded Silk Drapery
46-inch brocaded silk drapery, new rich colorings now on display at
$4.75 yard. '
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