The Norman Transcript (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 13, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 30, 1921 Page: 4 of 8
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THE NORMAN TRANSCRIPT—NORMAN, OKLAHOMA
12; 15— Rotary Luncheon Sooner Con-
7 00— Dinner-Br-.dge club, Mr. Charles
Giard Teepee Houae
2 15—Liona Luncheon. Sooner Confec-
2 30—T ..e*day Afternoon Bridge club.
Mr . S K MtCal 411 Wt%r Symmet
2 jo C. W B. M Mri G P. Glenn.
314 West Main
3 CC^-M.monary Soc.ety. M F-. churtn.
South Mr* George MtK.ney. 122
j 00—St John'i Guild, Mr«. Fred Ro<k-
well 517 fcuth Flood.
7 30—E* tern Star. Matonic Temp;e
I 0C—Wabunak. club. Prof and Mrt
C. W Shannon. 518 Lahoma
1 00 Linger Longer club. Mr? Rea L r.d-
tay. 414 North Fetert
3 GO—Needle and Thimble Mr- Ha!
Muldrow. 421 M er
3 0C—New Idea club. Mr G. We -er-
velt, 310 Ea*t Eufaula
3 00— Home Economics club. M- J L
Day. 520 West Eufaula.
7 00—Dinner-Bridge dub. M* and Mr<>
R (' Berry. 506 North Petert
3 00 Old Reg.me club. Mrs E/ra McCalL
501 West Eufaula.
7 00—Dinner-Bridge club Mr ind Mrs
R C Berry. 506 North Poter
3 00—University Dames. M: John A.
Vandever. 746 DeBarr
3 00—D. A R Mra. J. E G.lkev. ?Jrs.
E E Dale and Mrs J E Hedley
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The Woden club met \Vednesda>
afternoon at the home of Mr-. J I.
L ndsay who was as i-ted lay Mrs. S
R Hadsell and Mrs. Guy V Williams
At the close >>i the afternoon a dainty
lunchcon was served to the member-
and the special guests. Mrs San
Crawford. Mrs. Joseph ThurinRer
Mrs. J. W. Shepherd. Mrs. Julfei
Monnct, Mrs. Fredrik ifolmbcrg. and
Mrs. S. W Reaves
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Mrs. Phil Kidd. Mrs. Ben Owen
Mrs. C. L. Grime , Mrs. Roy I* stcr
and M'ss Ella Mansfield attended th
Kappa Alpha Theta Founders ban
quet at the Shop Tea Room in Okla
homa City Saturday e- . ■
♦ ♦ ♦
The One o'Clock Luncheon c!u
met with Mrs, W. C. Weir Friday a
. her home at 740 Deliarr avenue. Mrs
T. E. Clement was a al guest.
♦ ♦ ♦
The As You Like !t club met Fri-
day afternoon with Mrs. J. J. Game.
The afternoon was spent in needle
work and at its clo.-e a lovely t\s
course lunchcon was served to the
member-, and the additional guests.
M'r. Ray Calvert and Mrs. J R Mc-
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Coterie enjoyed a very ;n-.tnu*live
; fternoon. when they met m tin
guest* of \Crs. ^ • H. Brockway at
.the h me of her daughter. Mr*. Rob-
ert Muldrow on Friday. January 18.
AH of the members were present with
the exception c f one Many interest-
ing things were learned from the roll
call which waf answered by each
member giving a fact concerning Rus-
sia. A very comprehensive talk n
the conditions of R issia was given by
Mrs. Nathan Altshiller Court, a guest.
This splendid talk gave the members
of Coterie a glimpse into th<- very
- -art • f Ru« ia. Mr* J T. Blanton.
Mr> C. P. Landt, and Mrt H. W.
I* well were unanimously elected to
membership >1 the club Coterie will
meet w th Mrs J. B McClure 312 W
Comanche street on February 11.
♦ ♦ ♦
One of the most delightful events
in the history of the Social Hour
club w■-* the annual banqu« t held at
the beautiful new home of Mr. and
Mrs. I M. Jackson on Thursday
• ning at 6:3^ p. m The gtiests were
te'l at small tables decorated with
pink r 'ses and ferns. Mesdames G.
P. CJenp .«n l John Hardie. the out-
join? and incoming presidents, were
seated at a central table and they
were truly royal entertainers. Be-
tween courses jokes and witty stories
were enjoyed and after dinner two
very clever conte-t* were held The
evening was dedicated to old friend-
ships and all went home with the spir.
,t of Auld Lang Syne in thei- hearts
Mr and Mrs Jackson contributed m
i very great measure to the perfect
success of the occasion The > c a 1
Hour ba quets have become la: d
narks in the members' lives.
♦ ♦ ♦
Mrs. C. Giles gave a lovely
>irthdaj party Saturday afternoon in
or. .r o; h. r daughter, Elizabeth, who
•vaf. eight years old. at the r home in
he Gil s apartment The little Irian's
.jrougl t many pretty Kitts and spent
:. lea sati afternoon i'i playing
r.K' and .it it* close they were
/'ted into the dining room A large
■jirthday cake with its eight burning
andles graced the center of the table
ml a tempt 11/ i wa8 served
o Helen and Louise Hutto. lane :.n l
(<uth Owen. Mary Lclia Kuld. Betty,
arl and Katherine Baehr, <:race
md Harold Barbour. Junior Meyer.
Peggy and John Maguire. Margaret
and Billie Baden. Frances and Ber-
nice Palmer, Louise Holmberg. and
Marie Owen. -
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The annual dinner given l>y Dr. and
Mrs. I). W Oriftin Thursday evetiiiiK
at the Oklahoma Central Hospital,
when the members oi the Medical
Society of Norman and their wives and
a nutnlicr of other friend- were their
Kuests, was indeed a delightful al-
fair Dr I R McLaughlin president Roy Fos:er. and Mis'es Nannie Mil
i I j... .1... , r. D-'l I tii~\r WirtlfV
>f the S' *:y. presided during the
after dinner program. Dr. Griffin
gave the welcome address and this
was responded to by Dr. Louis Tur-
ler. Dorothy Bell, Lucy Kirtley,
Minnie He- e ai.d Mattie Muldrow
♦ ♦ ♦
was responaea to oy ui. Th/ Wednesday Afternoon Bridge
ley. Miss Couch gave some pretty so- .club met the ->ast week with Mrs R
los and Miss Leadaman read several Q Berry at her h"me. 506 N Porter,
interesting selections. Mr. A. S. jTop score war made by Mrs. P y
~ " " " Foster Special guests were Mr- i
Ralph H.i die. Mrs. Rea Lindsay, and
Mrs. He -y Meyer.
Faulkner talked on -Good Health and
Education." Impromptu speeches were
(fiver by Dr. L. S. Bobo, Dr. J. !..
iuSur. J. A. Davis and Dr. G. W.
Wiley. Dr. and Mrs. (iriffin's Rtiesas
■ ere Dr. and Mr- J. M. Williams,
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Day. Dr. and Mrs.
Bobo, Dr. and Mrs. Jones. Dr.
I ;■> - - ns.
2rj,j r ir ks, hand-made lin-
gerie. e- M>-ry. braid.nt.'. ;
• -• , I fur work. Mrs S. A, Turbyi'ill. ol7]
and Mrs. J. R. Mcl.auyhl.n. fk. —dlp yain. Phone 585.
Mrs. G. W. Wiley, Dr and Mrs Gay-,
free F.llison, Dr. and Mrs J. J. Gable.j HAVE VOL- a Typewriter to se 1? I
Dr. and Mrs. L. A. Turley. Mr. and! n„n U histler
Don \\ histler. I
.... ....... i want to buy one.
Mrs. M. B. Shives. Mr. and Mr-. A. S. | carr Te,.,
v.a-U,kh'r|'l Mf' T'V'r \LDaU«XiCr' : FoTT^ E^Barred Rock eRgs. $1
M.ss Bidden and Dr. J. A. Daws. ^ ^ c u Grrtlli 3Ul
• t 1 Wm> \i Phone 71^. 13-2t*
Till- Pi Beta Phi Alumnae met with I M
Mrs Robert Tavlor I'ridav eveniny ———
lvat 5x auditorium
Tuesday and Wednesday
Pan Hellenic club. A del.cious lunch-' '
,, . rved b Mrs layior >• February 1 anfl I. 8 p. m.
"" S. w. s..
Mrs I W. Shepherd. Mr
Campbell. Mrs. Neil Johnson. Mrs. I
Robert Muldrow, Mrs.(Louis Burns,
and Misse- Dorothy Bell. Marearct|
Pendleton and Nannie Miller.
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The Federation of Farm Women's j
lbs of Cleveland county will h Id
th- next quarterly meeting in the ,
First M. F.. church on Santa Fe ave . !
in Norman on I'ebruary 11. Neigh-
borly club No. 16 will entertain with
a dinner in the basement at noon.
i he program will be announced later.
♦ ♦ ♦
Delightful in all of its appoint- !
ments the afternoon bridge ;iar-
ty given by Mrs. H L Muldrow a'
her I ■' (ly home 521 Miller aveiiuf
In the afternoi n games Misrf Dorothy
Hell made high score and the booby
%.ent to Miss Lucy Kirtl.-y A t-inp'.-
i.ii. luncheon was served at t* - t! -■
of a pleasant afternoon to Mesdam -
^"w. Ilutto Robert M^drow. vV.:- j' '^^'^'posTibly can
111 Hand. Neil Johnson, Louis In is., •
UNUSUAL LITERARY EVENT
America's Foremost Impersonator
Ibsen's Great Play
"A Doll's House"
John Drinkwater's Great Success
ADMISSION 50 CENTS
\iuspices of The School of Fine Arts,
University of Oklahoma.
\my Leslie of the Chicago "Daily
News" saj s. "I have seen all the «r at
::r*. ists. ''.it iiortense Ni ! en Iias.no j
Believing that the buyjng puUlic has a
keener appreciatittn lor the pernianent <|ualit\
of furniture than it has for incidental values,
this firm has been ami >till is making a stien-
uous effort to obtain and keep in stock furni-
ture that combines lasting qualities with ele-
We believe in "Lifetime Furniture," some-
thing that will be of permanent value, some-
thing to which you will become as much at-
tached as your home itself. I he turniture that
vou are to use dav after day must be s itist«ic-
torv. If it is not both the dealer and the buyer
The stock that we now have on hand is as
_ good as you can find anywhere, and we arc
willing to back our opinions. It may not be
what would be called low-priced on iirst con-
sideration, because it is not cheap in qualit\.
It is worth dollar for dollar what we are ask-
ing for it. And you will not find the same
quality any lower priced anywhere.
The process of manufacturing furniture is
such that it cannot be carried out in a day. But
when it is finished in the right way a product
is produced that will stand the test of time.
You have only to try our furniture to be con-
vinced of this.
Meyer & Meyer
220 East Main Phone 67
And Herein Gets Into Personalities With
Users of His Tire Service
Along in September Miss Dorothy Ucl! brought u< a
lyear casing for repairs. The ca>.ng was all crackcl
jti-iiU anil apparently not good tor much turthor m rue. •
We ilrciileil it was worth a lew more mile - and rep.un
it and put in# C.oodyear reliner. Miss Hell t.sed this nr.
until last May when we replaced it with a new tire. Mtw _
11,11 tells us site is - did for lyear 1 ires and Mem re-
,nir- The last thousand miles are the cheapest, and we
are here to help you get that last thousand. «
We positively will not advise you to purchase a
new tire until your old ones can no onecr be re-
paired to your advantage. We have often made
inexpensive repairs to give several months more
wear when the owners fully expected to buy new
tires. We will inspect your casings and aive you
our opinion any time you call. This service costs
Mr. W. I'. Kitchie happened t" remark some time ago
that he wore out two front casMis-s to one rear one. W e
corrected his wheel alignment and now his front casings
outwear the rear ones, as they should. This adjustment
ha- saved Mr. Ketchic several sets of front casings.
Some people seem to think that just anybody who
has the inclination can repair a tire. Has just
"anybody's" repair work been satisfactory to you?
Then try Klein's. ,
Mr. f. C. Rodger-, the popular auctioneer, swears lie did
not'know what tire satisfaction really was until lie tried
out our tires and advice. Jim says he - too fat t> fix tires,
and don't want to anyway.
You would be surprised to know the number of
cars in service on which the wheels do not align.
Nothing will cause a tire to go to the bad more
quickly than imperfect alignment, and alignment
cannot be checked without a wheel gauge. Wheels
may look all right and still be crooked enough to
rob a tire of many miles of service. If your tires
appear to be wearing too fast come down and we
will check the wheels for you.
Prof. Dodge, popular physics director at the University,
has been running on a pair of casings we repaired for him
when he first came to Norman over a year ago. TI. says
a tire man would starve to death on his new tire business.
Seventy-five per cent of tire troubles are caused by
lack of proper understanding of the care of tires.
We find many drivers abusing their tires and are
unaware of doing so. Our business is to help you
get the most miles from your tires. If you have
been having more tire trouble than you think you
are entitled to perhaps we can locate the trouble
for you. We would be glad to try.
Klein Tire Company
Specializing in Vulcanizing and Tire Repair
230 East Main Ph«ne 984
k$k Lvk \
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The new suits for the new season are ready
Tomorrow we would be pleased to have you come and see what
a lovelv collection we are showing in Spring Suits for misses and
ladie-; W hile the showing does not include over half a hundred
styles the.\ have been so carefully selected that the very best styles
made in America this Spring are here.
That vou will like these styles goes without saying for they are
by far the smartest models that Dame Fashion has developed in
manv a season.
Materials are Tricotine. Pcrir.t Twills.
Men's wear Serges, made only as the best
nun tailors can make them eit" the very
fine st of fabrics.
Smart, jaunty box coat styles as well as
the alw ; popular tailored model and the
r villi.- which are so much enjoyed by
manv.of th. best dressed women and which
ire imp. :siMc to picture in print.
it are interested in the new styles we
are anxious that you see this
first showing. It is not a question of your
beiiiL; rea.lv to make vour selection, that you
may not want to do until later on. but we
would like to have you be our guest tomor-
row. or the day after, or any time that you
can come and see this very interesting col-
lection of the finest Spring suns for ladies
Prices are hack to where you have long-
ed for them to be for our suit range gtitrts at
Si? and then by easy steps up to $X'>.50.
Slav we expect you tomorrow?
Tuesday A Sale Of Remnants
So manv of our customers have-asked when this twice yearly bar-
gain event would-be that it is with much pleasure that we ask you to
attend this bargain feast Tuesday .February first.
TUS wilt nffrr the m-eatest variety of Siiks. Wool Dress Fabric®, Colored Wash
Fabrics White G Is Staple Cottons, Laces, Embroideries, Ribbon?. I hese lengths are
52mfor many purposes for wai-,s. Sorts, children s wear and many things for
the hi use hold.
We have arranged these remnants in the center aisle of the east building. Every rem-
„ant Z marked with the yardage and the regular selling price and we ofter choice of the
entire collection nt iinlt" I ncc.
New Spring Millinery
What a pleasure to put aside the dull sombre styles of \\ inter for
the bright new models in attractive Spring Hats A hundred smart
new Spring models will be waiting you here on the morrow and we
are verv anxious to have you come and see them.
The Millinery Section us very anxious to have you comc and
see this first showing, they are anxious for you to know what,
a complete department they will have this season.
We believe that you will welcome the return to normal in
prices and we have some pleasant surprises for you in the way
of inices for the new season. Come and see these new hats
NORMAN S GREATEST STORE
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