The Sooner Student (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 6, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 25, 1922 Page: 2 of 4
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THE SOONER STUDENT WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21. 1922
THE SOONER STUDENT
Eit bli h«i 1919.
A r.t ipijier fstuder.:- of the
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Complimentary to Miss Locy Fenn.
whott rr.hr: *.%/■. to Mr. J?--e Cunning-
ham. B. S. '21, B. A. '22, wii! be ar. e-
vent of June. M:-s Mildr'-d Fir.!e> ar.d
Mrsi Nancy Dooley entertained Aith
a m:icelUneous ^ho-Aer at M:-- F:n-
ley's home 620 Chatauqua avenue Fri-
day, Jure 16.
The table held a love ne t of flowers
t'rom which the bride 'o be drev. the
da r.ty fr:tt$ of her fr: nd- a'! girls
Mr Stark an instructor in the rn-ur-
ance -cnool, and Mr Bragg- a!so an
jr,itructor in th' school. were gue-t1
a* a dinner held a: the Skirvin hotel
at Oklahoma Citj Thursday. 13.
The reception was held in hor.or I
Mr Georgf Graham, of St Lou:- *h;
i . .ce-pre-:-!ent of the Centra! S-ates
I.ife Insurance A--or;ation.
20 per cent
On our entire line of
Our -tock i- too lar^e and
we must sacrifice.
The Rexall Store
205 I .. Main I 'hone 9
Noble Hilsmever. Mlt-
ONLY 124 STUDENTS
FIRST SUMMER SCHOOL
SUMMER STUDENTS BUY
629 STUDENT TICKETS
>:x-*.ur.drcd and -nine t rodents
DM < f the 2104 enrolled here this som-
rr r r.a-.e purchased the student ticket
" .if •: " J t. :«a.- treasurer of
Tr: nu.— 'er '.r.rirt- the c —. let ' n
of the program which was scheduled and
r.d:cate* a good attendance for the sum-
A r ev. corre-por.dence buiietin will
! gr. to press between August 15 ar.d
September I. Many changes have been
f ade and new cour-es added, accord-
ing to Miss Eula Fu'.Ierton, of the ex-
and O I
Today Is the Time
■ at and -rap th-,«e kodak picture- of campos «cer.t•
Sot mir school frendf which in future years will bt
■imo'-e - pr tidest p*,--- -«:on« in your memor> book
The Coolest Place
to Eat and the
ROOM FOR TFN MOKk HOARDERS
i OMI ' NN'f) -MK THE LATEST IN HARDWARE
Nolan and Martin
O. L. Lunch
When >oti .sant to refresh yourself after a If.rg evening'-
"'•id.-. \ light htr.ch bef. r- rtiring wil keep you in trim ft:
.' 'ir >!imm'.T'. work.
THe average rnsn may think more of comfort
than he does of style in shoes—but here he
can get the most in both style and comfort
—plus real value.
Come in and let us showyou the latest models in
—a Browne Shoe
with Goodyear Welt Construction, the best
quality of oak tanned soles and leather re-
nowned for their dependable wearing qualities.
Burton Brown Shoes are made in many models —
they are lasted and re-lasted till every wrinkle disap-
pears. They always hold their shape, and they out-
wear ordinary shoes. They are comfortable shoes to
wear and economical shoes to buy.
You will find here a Burton Brown model exact K
suited to your needs — at $7-00 and up. Come in
and see them.
Huster Brown Shoe Store
I lolland & Sherman
207 Kast Main
The Water Is Fine
(io cool oft with tin- rest and treat your-
scli to the most invigorating of all exercises
If you're feeling rather peevish
>r run down, if your food doesn't
suit you and you feel like making
face sat fate, it's time for you to
pay a visit to this grocery store
You will find that it is a health re-
sort where you can again get ac-
quainted with your appetite.
IMiono lor It
101 or (>71
Me(i in ley's
The Store of Personal Service
((io out on West Symmes
Another High powered
Student ( ouiu.il
N:*>0 toll p. m.
SHIRT SALE AT THE VARSITY
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Monroney, Mike. The Sooner Student (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 6, Ed. 1 Sunday, June 25, 1922, newspaper, June 25, 1922; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107574/m1/2/: accessed July 29, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.