The Norman Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 30, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 10, 1921 Page: 4 of 8
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THE NORMAN TRANSCRIPT—NORMAN, OKLAHOMA
| THE GIRL ON THE JOB
Bow to SuccowJ—How to Qot
A&««d—How to Miko Qood
3 00— Social Hour club, Mrs. C. H. Bet-
tent. 530 Elm
7:30 Entre Nous, University
French culb, Miss Arpha Rob-
erts. 458 College.
2:30—Coterie. Mrs. W L. Eagleton, 716
3:00— As You Like It cluk. Mri P. C
Stewart. 434 Elm.
1 00—One o'Clock Luncheon club. Mra
S K Mi Call. 411 West Symmea
7:00—Bar Association entertain for
fudge and Mrs F. B. Swank. Banquet
Room Baptist church.
+ + +
O DAY OF HURRYING WIND
Across the gray and troubled sky
Thr stormy clouds go sweeping by,
And leave the blue behind:
But you shall bring the springtime bat k.
The song of birds follow in your track.
O tlay of hurrying wind!
Or where your wet wings rushing pass,
Again starts up the greening gra^s;
The bower with dead vines twined
Shows emerald buds; and all the air
Stir* with a subtle fragrance rare.
O day of hurrying wind!
J K \V in Xcvv ( >lcaii«. Tunes I'liavunne
An enjoyable afternoon Wednesday
was spent by the Ladies' Music Club
at the home of Mrs. Kdwin DeRarr
122 University boulevard The num-
bers 'jiven by Mr. Paul Carpenter.
••■.'in. Mr Franz Kusclian. cello, and
Mrs. Franz Kuscl'an. piano, were es
pecia'ly well received They played
Mcudolsohn's Trio, Opus 66 ti
movements and the Chamiuade tri \
''me movements There was a large
"limber of members in attendance, but
it was regretted :!iat a full nnniner
: hip could not be preseni to rn.iox
Mr- I V). lames dc'i !:• tt?**■ iti •
tained tlie members 01 j . Srr<
School class of the Met-'odist cliur. !
and their husband? S'tnrda* -v ti
at her home. 211 l". i*t Daw 's ptnet
'•'he following program was given
Pnet, Mri. A ''arsons; I'wo \o-
ml solos. Mrs. I). R. MjKeever. and
a reading. Miss Hel'.*u lame* \ftrr
r.n interesting contes*. refreshment*
wer, served to Mr. an I Mrs. V t
l'arsons, 'Mr and Mrs. Robert K. Mr
Culloni, Mr. and Mr- Robert Cioi
ham. Mr. and Mr- Cliarli Harrin
ton. Rev and Mrs <*. !). Meade. Mr
and Mrs. Ralph W'.Jlv-hc", Mrs.
Chauncey Black. Mrs S I Hoy!.
Miss Fyrl, Vr. C!.i,vnc I'.ovd,
Mir. and Mr- « ' '
At the Christian church Sunday
morning preceding the sermon an ap-
peal was made by Rev. F. M. Warren,
the pastor, for an offerin• • for the re-
f of the distressed conditions in the
Far Fast. The call was so ably and
eriously given that the congregation
i lerally responded with the sum of
$-*00 which will be sent to help in this
much needed work ai|f| worthy cause.
T. II Endicott was displaying a
ran nf green bugs on the streets here
Wednesday. H<- says the bugs arc
working on both \heat and alfalfa
A number of good women of Nor
man hav • requested the Transcript
!•> kindly ask tV ncple who are
rai-ini* chickens t<> keep their chick-
ens up during the canton seison time.
Ma'ijv have complained that chek-
ens Inve almost ru'ned the r gar-
There is a clreken ordinance,
and if people persist in letting the'r
chicken damage the:r neighbor they
should be reported to the city au-
The West Side Patrons club will
hold a special meeting at the school
birldinz Friday afternoon at three
o'clock. It is urued that every mem-
ber make an effort to be present,
since the play ground will he d'scus
sed and plans made for the carry ne
on of the work.
Mr. and Mrs Jack Boatman and
son, Jack. Jr.. returned to their home
In Drumright Thursday morning af-
ter a visit with Mr and Mrs W. S.
McGuire. Mr. Boatman is an alum-
nus of the University and spent Wed-
nesday at the state house working f r
the University appropriat :nn.
The Minnetonka lumber company
has aranged for a book'mr r f the
splendid educational film. ''From
Tree to Trade." at the University
theatre. Monday March 14. and
urges its fr ends to «ee thi« eraphic
picture of the lumber industry
Mrs. Edmund Kerrigan returned
Fridav from Phoenix. Arizona, where
she ha« been with her daughter Miss
Allegra Kerrigan She left Miss Ber-
ritran much improved having gained
several pounds and taking a half mile
walk every morning before break
fast Miss Berrircan experts to re-
main in Arizona for a year
Mr and Mr* William Hark an-
nounce tho birth of a «on. Edmund
Berrican. at their home in Pnitcan.
March ? Mrs Berriirar left Wednes-
day morning to he with her daughter.
Mrs. Clark, on account of the illness
of the baby.
TV. W. W Phelan returned Tues-
day from sttendine the superintend
ent's division of the N A. F at At-
lantic City and the inauguration at
Washington. T> C. T?e was very
much impressed with Mr Harding's
address and enjoyed his stay in Wash-
ington to the fullest extent.
Mrs W. M Newell apent the day1
in Olahoma City Thursday.
ly JESSIE ROBERTS
EMPI1ASI8 ON HEALTH
YOt'U economic Hiieeesa 10 largely a
matter of good health; this fact
In being recognized today as It never
was before. No one can do good work
ami be out of Herts. Any Herlous or
prolonged Illness 1h a drain on your
earning power and an luereuse In your
"Keep Well" la a slogan you might
Just as well adopt at onee, and then
live up to. For very largely It Is In
your own hands whether or not you
shall be In good health.
No woman should work at a Job thut
Is hurting her. No question of high
>alury will pay her for such reckless-
ness. There are Jobs a man can do
with no harm, hut not a woman. Let
her leave such work alone.
There are rules of hygiene, as ex-
cellent as they ure simple, which It Is
up to you to know and understand.
\ ou must be properly fed, properly
rested, kept clean and unelogged.
Don't Mil yourself with patent medi-
cines. If you are ill see the bust doc-
tor you can get and do what he tells
you. If you have any reason to fear
'hat yon are not In good condition go
10 u reputable man or to a hospital
for m complete physical examination.
Don't pur this off because you are busy
<r l'ear the expense.
I'u: your emphasis on iieaJth. Don't
f ■ I with a good constitution simply
bet iiusf you are blessed with one. If
tour work Is trjing, treat yourself
during your rest time with consider-
ation. give the machine a chance to re-
•u|u rate, or change your Job.
I THE WOODS
BY DOUGLAS MALLOCH
IN' what a travail Is our Springtime
Mid l4fad*Mi skies and garmenture
Wild waves of cloud tlie drifting
\nd sh11 dess was «>l heaven greet the
tlie forest trees stand sad and tem-
Memorials of Summer's ende-l
: or 111:t«• March, tin sister mote, for-
No rosea come her pathway to
Vet 'tis the month the Winter north-
Willi one last trumpeting of aavage
Vow stirs the earth ot green that tin
This tin 1 earth enwrapped In garb
Mid \\ 11M%> poo 1* March, grown wcnr.\.
droops mid dies
The little Springtime opens wide Its
Miss B. Dudley returned VVednes-*
day from Oklahoma City, where she
has been since Friday Her friends
are very glad to have her back and
trust she has completely recovered.
Mrs. Nathan Howell and son. and
her sister, Miss Payne, of Noble, were
.shopping in Norman Thursday.
C. C. McClure, who is traveling for
a St. Louis trunk hou«e. left Tuesday
for the eastern part ok the state.
H. R. Hudgens is expected home
Friday from a trip to the eastern part
of the state.
Mrs. Walter Berry and son 1 eft
Thursday morning for Ponca 1 ity,
where she will visit her .sister, Mrs.
Glenn Clark, and family, for ten days.
Dr. D. W Griffin left for Enid!
Thursday, where he will appear in
the interest < f a nied'eal legal case.
Telephone bills for month of
March are past due. If not
paid on or before 5:30 p m. of
the 15th inst., service will be dis-
New and Second
If you w«nt to buy or want to sell
miytliiBK clou't fail to call at this store
where you will be riven a square deal
io every way Pine line of new turni
ture at prices that are very low
Telephone 622 and let u« ttll
you about it.
S D MORGAN
215 Win Main
A Bedroom of
Old Ivory for
the New Home
bedroom suite of Old Ivory will add charm to
your new home. Perhaps you have often wished that
you could liavt inst such a bedroom. You have in your
ti.oughts placed just sitch a suite as this in your room—
the vanity dresser with its three large mirrors you placed
just next to the window with the light coming on the
left sicte. The bed you placed at an angle beside the
door to the bath and convenient on the other side to vour
dresser. You placed each piece of this exiptisite suite so
tb t the arrangement suited your fancy.
W'l n furnishing the new home the opportuniu pre
scuts tself t stsfy sine f the lugng fr tilt wellantaopun
scuts itself to satisfy some of the longing for that well
appointed bedroom. W e invite you to come to our store
and sie this Ivory suite and tnanv others. Our terms
make it very convenient to furnish your home as you have
I. M. Jackson
"THE HOME OF THE HOOSIER"
Pay Up Time—March 1st. to 15th.
Prompt Pay Maintains Credit
I'll pay Jones, he'll pay
Smith, Smith will pay
Brown and Brown will
Credit when extended is based upon the
Confidence the Creditor has in you, and
also your ability to pay.
The Third Annual Pay-up Campaign of
the Merchants of Norman will he the first
two weeks of March. However, should
you owe ANYBODY a special effort
should lie made during this time to liqui-
date. If you can't pay the account in full
pay part of it, and tells your CREDI-
TORS when you will pay t he balance.
A Friend in Need is a Friend Indeed
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New Wearables for
THE average woman gets every bit as much enjoyment out of
selecting new Clothes as she does in wearing them. You will
just: love to note the new ; tyle features: to finger the lovely
new fabrics and to examine the qualit' workmanship the season's smartest apparel presen-
tations offer. That':: v h you will be anxiou:. t,- inspect the stunning Wearables in our
Spring collections v. hile Easter is still qui e a few days away and there is abundant time
to make thoughtful selections.
Everything is in perfect readiness for your visit—extensive displays, won-
derful asrortments, comp'.ete size and color ranges and well informed sales
people. With prices way down the discriminating may now buy what meets
th eir fancy without any doubts as to whether they can afford it or not.
The cape influence makes
itself felt in backs that fall
straight from the shoulder
and flare out at the hem md
in other coats which flaunt
irresistible shoulder capes.
The Cape Coat is a mode that
finds favor with the great
majority of women because
it is individual and almost
without excep:ion wonde-ful-
ly be-ORiing. The Cane Cost
ly becoming. The Cape Coat
that make up our displav,
employ such wanted fabric
^s bolivia, duvctyn, tricotine
and veldyne. They are dis-
tinguished by dozens of un-
commonly effectively styled
Prices start as low as
P12.50, then $15.00, $17.50
$19.50 and up to $25.00.
The tailored Suit is al-
ways fashiorable. but never
with greater justification than
it has this spring. Daring
new of erinps fashioned of
navy blue tricotine and
bound or tr mmed with silk
braid suggest street wear or
traveling Wool Jersey Suits
like thoce t>/o-tone interpre-
tp'ions in lirht fb inels or
gay silks remind ore that it
is tim;? to hink of Sports.
Every Suu presente 1 is not-
able for its handsome tailor-
ing and exceedingly moder-
Note the modest prices:
$25.00. $29.50, $35.00, $39.50,
The rivalry between the
narrow and the full silhou-
ette extends from modes of
satin to Frocks of Canton
crepe, crepe meteor, crepe
Georgette, tricolette and taf-
feta. Especially youthful
and alluring are the Frocks
enhansed with gay sashes,
brilliant embroideries, bead-
motifs or original panel
treatments. Interesting choice
is also offered in Frocks which
combine two fabrics effec-
Such wonderful values at.
$29.50, $39.50, $49.50 and up
Every Boy's Mother Should
See These Wash Suits.
fh'W often have von said :
>li, for a wash suit that would
wash! \\ c knew what von
wanted hut it was not to he
had before this season. Today
we have hoy's wash suits that
> will wash, not alone for the
fast to soap and water, but fast
to sun as well. If you buy
//ll Kaynee wash suit, or Mouse,
FT fJ and it fades for any reason,
iN hring it hack t/> this store and
pet a new suit free.
Spring styles in Kaynee wash suits for
bovs from two to six years old are ready.
We would he glad to have every mother see
them. We have moved this line to the see
ond floor so that you could look them over
while you were selecting things for your-
self or the girls. Ask us about Kaynee wash
clothes for your boys.
Friday and Saturday
A Sale of Trimmed Hats.
If you have
been unable to
find just the
voti had in mind
come down and
see these spccial values
for tomorrow and Sat-
There are twenty five
of these beautiful pat-
tern hats made of best
quality satin as well as
taffeta and georgette
small and medium shapes, new smart models
that will be worn by well dressed women
on Faster morning. Colors include Navy,
Burnt Orange, Henna, French Hlue and
Grey—as you will note, these arc the seas-
on s most wanted colors. Hats that sold all
season at $10. $12.50 and up to $15, special
for two days at $5, $6.25 and $7.50.
NORMAN'S GREATEST STORE
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