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TULSA DAILY WORLD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1!)22
f ' MUSIC J
LILIAN C PERKINS
THE NEW GENERATION
Ilf Jane I'bclt
. U-i TuIkh. fiMordlnif to llio imiW
' 'II 'ii 'tliiK ltn. mill Miss Anna Net-
won, iilmi new, will cover t lint irt
of i h illy cunt of Main street. Miss
I Mntliid lliilrli Ik enmity mirpp mill
i Km urn Itiililnson twin chiirKe of the
j w 01 It nmotiK noKroes.
UAIIIYMKN AIII3 Olt(lAM,i:i)
I brdvi- tlio slirmul Mini: of tlir wind.
Thr ti my jiHtlm Mi umli-Niisd.
Uelow a ' li nt Hi oio llrni a pool.
Its lei' iirifluw. it anil lisauilful.
(IwrniK upon It ilu (
Tho writhing hough, til tln:;il
Nay. but hUilillliB linvm thul
Upon ih colls of ullmljlne vine.
I reml fair onions; I discr"
I'orl' (it ami vernitl iirophery.
OatrnnEe anil inuiil mlmr-uluus tliliicl
Thin i the mirror of the sunn.
Clinton Hcollaril, In New i'ork
t'ounly Aici-nt nml Cullicn Men Are
SlM'iiliorn of Orimloii.
SjmI.iI to Tti WorM.
WKt.Hl-rrKA. I'oli. 1C Tim We
Itiutkn Hilry Improvement nssoclii
iln wb formril I rut wfolt nt V
Icrtlift hy a niinibor of fiiriiiiTB ru
BhllnK nrnir Hint pine. As.iocln.tlon
"Ulcer Hppointet! wuro O. H. Imlil
win. m frAlilmit .i U' Tr..M .i..
rrslilmit nml H. U Illiieknian ,' sm-ro- I thin wnrlil
I'lfAI'TKIl I-V.VVlfl. I in lolr rven fnr n In talk nt lnl.r.,1.
.fonn f . i iln I Ii m Why Him Ctitiii'il MtmlnK subjects. Ilustlo Into heil, ilonr.
whnt do yon want for bren.kfn.st?
"Of course! Ami fruit and hot
(InxiTliiTiic, n ml n lot of kooiI tliliiK"
tell lluryinli, pints," her voli
trailing oft ni alio fell unlecp.
"What a child In noma thine."
linr mother salil, looking down nt
"Have you enjoyed yourself,
Joan.'" MnrKnret nuked nfter Ted
hnd one. "I sv you liked the
"Wnm't It Just perfect, Mumsle!
T lovo such a tilnv. It I raw on one
hnpplor somehow, Ami It wss nice
In von to lirlnir Tii i.nei u.nii ""r i"i,r sain, looking down nt
Uoiinty Aiunt 1. A. KIMik of
Okeniith nml C. W. Iledwny of the
A. & .M, I'lillcxo nt Htlllwmrir, were
llio prlnclpnl speakers, nt tlio meet-Iiik.
"i'. he " Margaret stopped
nhruptiy. Hhe knew human nnturo
too woll, nlso Joan's, to praise, too
lilKhly, no she flnlnhed, "he's like nil
hojn, ready to ent."
"1 think hn Improves nn you know
him," Jnnn mtlnd, nn nhe luetinred
for hnd, "lie h&a the coIIiks lioyn
CKntlMil, of rourni they nil ntvim to
think tlicv nrn of n hit better clnyj
limn hoyn who don't Imvo thtlr 1
chnnro to go to college, Tlmfn nil It ,
.iiuinme, uno hah n rnnnco in ,
tlio olhr doenn't Wi'
Kent to tay with me If naked
"Hny, Mumnle," Jonti ndld nt
hrenkfnnt, "threo of on glrln have
tiitti;il u little riataurnnt down In
the vlIltiK" They cull It a 'tea
room' hut they nervo dinner n well.
I wlnh von would tiring y.nr crowd
down tlinro nonie night It would
: 1Urt.a llt.m Mn.t I m I lli.M . M
...V.I, UIIU lli;, b.lVII, IUVI.
"Why, of course, I will!" Thent
"I wlnhed you belonged to 'my
crowd' an you cnll them. It would
be nleo to hnvn you llvo here with
me, Joan." Mnrgnrrt did not realize
how wistful wiin her voice, or the
longing In her cyen.
"Whnt nonnennn! How cnti a plrl
bo a free ngent and live with rola
"llut I'm your mother! I'm not
"Don't I know you are my mother!
You've told me that two or threo
times lately. Are you nfrnltl I nhnll
forget I have a mother?" Jonn'a tone
wnn belligerent, but her cyen nmllcd.
"Vou nee, Mumnle, It would be utter
ly Imponalblo for mo to ntand the
conventional way you live. You
would be auro to ho nhoeked when
IJcan camo In and danced m about
tho room until I wan out of br ath,
or Hex Tnylnr Krnbbed mn mid told
t ie between kingen whnt l' bail been.
doing, or when nomo of the strli
nat on tho floor croaj'Iegged llko a
Turk and nmoked and told stories.
1 can't Just picture you In that nt
jnnnphero!" "In It really necessary for your
friends to be quite, so demonstra
tive?" her mother queried.
"That's Just Itl Your question
thous you don't understand mo, us,
it little bltl Of course It Isn't nec
rsnry for people to do anything but
eat ami sleep. And It Is the way In
your world for people to net like
wooden Indians, novcr show any
emotion, any feeling'. Why, Mumsle,
I would rather bo the biggest tijit
presalou you and other peoplo do."
"Dut I don't! Not now. I do all
the things t want to, dear, I go to
tho theater, I dance, I visit the ro
taurants, I am a Rtddy creature"
"You do all those things but you
do them Jutt as everyone, docs them
and you should. You'd look love
ly dancing on tho table, llko Toots
Warner did tho other night, but It
wns nil right for Toots to do It. No
one thought of criticizing her. Could
sho have done It hero? You hot she
couldn'tl These aro extreme cases
perhaps. Mumsle, but you can see
after living a Bohemian life I
I know than to live the lite of re- couldn't possibly settle down to the
cut nnd dried life I would hiv to
live as Mrs. Margaret Hayd4n-,
daushter. Now I am Joan Haydea.
Few peoplo even both with sn
thing but Joan, or Jo too mB&
trouble. They know my Idea, Sort
freedom! cxpresslnc ono's own IT
sonallty, and so on. They (r 1
am happy when they do as'Vi
Ike, and that I claim tho same m 7
lego. This Is a different gener ill'
"I dot" groaned Margaret.
nens Knows i uo."
Tomorrow fort Walters Aks
to Marry nim. Joan
havo no way of knowing but Hint
the ono who doosn't have a chance
would bo smarter, hetler, more
clever thun the ono who does If they
changed placus." I
"I )(iienn you nre right. Jonn. but It
Mrs. Charlntto 12, Hohbes cele
brated her eevonty-flret blrthdiiv
with a small dinner party on
Wednesday evening. A dozen guests,
friends and rulntlven of Mm. Ilohbcn
wero seated around the tablu which
wjis prAttlly decorated with pink
Trl-O-Tcn Club Dantv.
Tho members of tho Trl-O-Tcn
club will hold their regular mouth,
ly danco In tho Klks homo on Frl
Jf.y evening, Kabrunry 1".
Tho 1'ast Chiefs club of l'ythlan
slstern will hold Its regular business
session on Trlday afternoon ut S
o'clock In tho K. of 1. hull.
Mr. unit Mrs. Kurnert M. Stroud
and baby (laughter, Kurnentlne. have
returned to llvo in Tulsa. They aro
temporarily located at fil'J South
Norfolk and will moxij March 1 to
191G Sou til ltiistnn.
Mrs. C, T, lleuderihot In now con
valescing from a two week' lllncps
Mrs. John W, llnrreld, who linn
spent tho past two days In ttio city
as tlio gucnt of Mfsdiinien li. It.
Howard and Kugcno Lot ton. will
leavo tonight for Washington, W, U.
I'ubll,- llcaltli ( llnlo Will Viuvlnntc
ScIkmiI ( lilldii ii or Itiinil DIs-
trh tx Siiliirilny Aftcriiiinu.
Tho Tulsa I'minty fuhlic Health
it-woi IhIIoii. nt l.'i Wi Kt i:li vi'iilli. In
KOlng In le the mccen for ehildriin
of tho rural mdinol dlnirlrtH of Tulsn
I'ountv Katurdiiy nfti rn mn. At Hint
time tho nssoi'latlon. ru-nperntlnp
with lit. C. L. IteeiUi Mf the count)
health department, will vairinati1
sit Hi'honl chllilrcii (iiitslde of the
. 'fins Is a follow-up of the work
of tho kind that has beun done
throughout the county by nursi's on
tho association's stuff. l'hyl latin
will begin their work ut 1 u'clnrli
and continue throughout tlio after
noon. Negro children of the ii unly
will bo vaccinated in tho iiiornlug ut
tho nhHot'Imlou'B lies in fllnii-, In
chargo of Hrnma HoUlnson. at
Orecnwooil and Archer
Co-Incident with thn announce,
mom of tho vaccination arrange
ments, iilm HoKultt lllclinrdson.
executive secretary of tho associa
tion tilted that the organization's
ttbff hud been augmented by "the
addition of two nurses for city work
and that thero vevn now five mem
be,r. ?ntprUlnir it. Iik lulling hur
self. Hta Uonif MaElruy, ono of tho
new nurses, lm been assigned th
csteru part ut tho cltv. inntudinn
Mrs. William If. J'omeroy will en
tertain members of tho H. A
hrldgi) club, honoring Mrs. Wllllnm
Mr. and Mrs. DeVerno Vrnsol s
evcnlns party for Mr. nml Mrs,
Mcsdaines A. O. W lll.lillc, I., 1,.
Davis and W. II. 1 lulu ay. host esses
to Drama club.
, Trl-O-Ten club regular monthly
danco In lOllis houiu.
Mrs. Fred Y. Crook's Informnl
luncheon for Mrs, C. M. Hareh'et.
Tho JeffiirHon Davis chapter, V.
D. C, In planning a benefit bridge
for tho early week, plneo and iluto
to tie unnounceit later. i
Mrs. Monro lliMi'M.
Mrs. Clinton Moore, who enter
tained this week with a bridge
luncheon In her home, will entertain
ngnln on Wednesday and Thursday
of. tho coming week
T Mrs, Hubert Charles Walters on
nrtnlned Thursday with a bridge
luncheon In her hume, 217 Knst Iu
Announeeinent It made of tho
wo il ill iik Thursday evening of Mrs.
(I. It. Clover and Mr. W. H. llottoni
lii tlio Clover home, tOlfi Huuth
Qwnnn.a. Tho nuptlnls wero solemn.
lifid by Dr. J. W. Abel. After a
wedding supper Mr. nnd Mrs. llot
trm left for n honeymoon trip to
Kansas City and Chlcngm
1'or Mrs. Karclict.
iu n f u..l..i tii.ti.t.. rllt.
lin, i.i. r.n. in i ... . uiivt. iv. il
formerly of Tulsn, who in visiting .
with Mr. nnd Mrs. union crow, win
tjun complimented on Friday with a
small, Informal luncheon, Mrs.
Fred Y. Cronk, 707 Houth Ijlwood,
Is tho hostess.
( m Art Kili!blt.
Tapestries nnd paintings by Mrs.
II. C. Ulppetcnii nt Dnlln.ii, will be
on exhibit Friday and Haturdny aft.
ernoons In tho Y. W, C. A.
New Player Rolls
for Old Ones
l3r!ng us your old Player Rolls and trade them
in on new and popular ones. We will allow
you 2Gc or 30c on each roll when applied on
the purchaso of a new Q. Ii. S. Roll from our
complete stock of new and popular selections.
Ask to see the new Period Brunswick Phono
graphs, now on display. Their wonderful tone
and beautiful cabinet designing will win your
Now in Our Now Homo No. 8 Weil Fifth St.
BUY YOUR BRUNSWICK FROM AN EXCLU
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jff mjr 0 isf
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TPQUIP your kitchen workshop with utensils that
J? make your work a pleasure. This fine teakettle
and insert is but one of the many useful and service
able kitchen utensils that can be obtained with the
profit-sharing coupons that come in every package of
IN the first place this is good, carefully sejected
coffee. In the econd place it is properly blended. In
the third place it is toasted not roasted. It makes
wonderfully good coffee every time. Try it.
Atk your grocer to itnJ you a
copy of tho Drtakfatt Do Luxo
Booh of Prtmiumt.
Tulsa's Credit Must
Not Be Injured
Upon the validity of the City Charter depends
the salability of Tulsa's Paving Tax Bills, and
other Municipal Bonds.
The City Charter has stood up under the
most severe tests in the supreme court.
When the, validity of the City Charter is at .
tacked, the market for Tulsa's Securities de- :
clines. . "
Adverse criticism regarding Tulsa's Securi
ties retards their sale, and may act like rumors
of the unsoundness of a bank, which often re
sult in the utter ruin of the institution.
, Reducing the price of Tulsa Municipal Se
curities on the market, automatically increases
the cost of construction. And as the price of
these Securities goes up, construction costs de
cline. Let's maintain the same confidence among
local and outside capital that Tulsa Securities
have justly earned during the last 13 years.
A boost for Tulsa Securities is a boost for
your own personal interests, and for Tulsa's fu
319-321 SOUTH MAIN
A Sale of Women's Pure Silk
Siik Foot, Keinforced
Toe and Heel
Real $3.50 and $4.00 Values at
Only Three Pairs to a Customer
Just 600 pairs in all; colors are brown and black only.
You'll immediately recognize these rich, lustrous hose as the great
est values in many a day. ' Remember, sale starts this morning.
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