The Sooner Student (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, July 7, 1922 Page: 3 of 4
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THE SOQNFK STUDENT FRIDAY. JULY 7. 1922
Miss Minerva Alexander and Mr. J.
Allen Steele were married at the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.
W. Alexander, 125 Trout street. Norman,
at 4:30 p. m., Friday, June 30.
Miss Alexander was formerly a stu
dent of the university having completed
her sophomore year this spring.
The marriage ceremony was perform-
<d fiy Rev. Virgil Alexander, brother of
Mr. and Mrs. Steele will make their
home in Oklahoma City, where Mr.
Steele is in the real estate Business.
Miss Leona Hargis, Woodward, who
is in attendance at summer school here
and Mr. Frank D. Bruner, who is at-
tending the summer school at Stillwater
were married Thursday, June 29 in the
parlor of the Huckins hotel, Oklahoma
City, by Rev. Phil Baird, of the First
Presbyterian church, of that city.
The attendants were Miss Cornelia
Hughes and Mr. Ernest Hardy. A din
ner at the Huckins followed the wed
fling at which only a few intimate
friends were present. After Mr. ano
Mrs. Bruner finish their summer sell
work they expect to go to Colorado for
Miss Jennie Lesscnger, 2950 West 10
street, Oklahoma City, entertained at a
house party July 4, for the members of
the Achotli sorority who are in atttnia-
ance at summer school. A slumber party
was held Monday night.
Those present from the university
were: Mrs. Vera I Moore, Pauline
Brockmeir, I.ucile Couch, Bessie Ma-
lone, Merle Priddv, Virginia Prentiss
Virginia Dial, .Viable MeTveaigg, Amy
Sparks, Helen Hamill. Elizabeth Fou
ville of Oklahoma City h> also a guest
Kathcrine Peak left July 5 for 'ilacier
National Park where she will attend tlu'
Dr. P. A. Gordon
(I .icensed Chiropractor )
Office 308 East Comanche
Hours 9 to 5
C alls answered day or night.
W ill long he remembered by your
friends as the gi ft which possesses
the greatest personal sentiment.
A Creamer Photo
Will enhance its value as a gift
doubly. Make a date for a sitting
this a fte rnoon—TO D A Y
20.1 1-2 East Main
If your shoes need some repairs,
you can have il done at West Side
Shoe Hospital. For Friday and Sat-
urday you can have
Half Soles Men's __ $1.00
Half Soles, Ladies __ .75
All Rubber heels 35
West Side Shoe
204 West Main
Kappa Kappa Gamma convention which
will begin July 10. Miss Peak will go
from Glacier Park to California to spend
a few weeks before returning to her
home in Guthrie for the remainder ot
Eee West and Elira Gaffney, Guth-
rie, are guests at the Kappa house.
Donlad Thomason, Pauls Valley, and
Jerome Sullivan, Ardmore, were week-
end guests at the Delta Tau Delta house.
Lewis Salter, who is finishing his
master's degree in philosophy at Colum-
li.t University, New York City, will re-
urn this month to spend the remainder
of the summer with his mother
For Clyde Whitwell, B. S. "18, now of
I ittsburgh, Perm., who is on his vaca-
ion visiting friends and relatives in
Norman, a group of about 25 young peo-
ple of the hirst Presbyterian church
gave a picnic supper at Adams Lake,
southeast of Norman Wednesday even-
ing. The party left the church at 6 o'-
clock and drove on a carry-all truck to
Another guest of the party was Bryan
Hendon, B. A. '19 who has been doing
oil geology work in South America, but
is attending the university summer term.
Lucille McMillian spent July 4 in Ard-
more as the guest of Gladys and Ernes-
tine Guil lot.
Nessis McCrae will spend the week
end in Edmond
Francis Scoville spent July 4 at her
home in Guthrie.
M rs. C. N. Peak, who has been house
mother at the Kappa house for the sum-
mer session, left for her home in Guthrie
Wednesday. Mrs. Myers of Lawton will
take her place as chaperonr.
2 From Class of '75 Still Alive
University of Missouri:—Only two
members of the class of 1875 are alive,
figures at the Alumni office show.
Phi Beta Kappa Elects 6
Princeton- University:-- Six mem-
bers of the class of 1922 and two alumni
were elected to membership in Phi Beta
Kappa at the annual meeting of the
annual meeting of the scholastic honor-
ary held here recently.
Lost—A. Jem, Wrist Watch with
„ ..n bracelet «omewhere between
East Boyd and Dolls Park; June 21.
Finder please call Anna Faynter,
5'W - J, or return to 1010 Trout street
anil receive reward.
STEP IN AT
The College Shop
M. A. NASH
Democrat candidate for State Superintend-
ent of Schools
A Graduate of O. U.
An Oklahoma school man for an Oklahoma
Pressing, cleaning, altering, or anything you wish in the
tailoring line will be given the most careful and individual
attention when Hill Nolan does it for vou.
( ommunity Silverware, electric curling irons, electric
tosaters, electric table stoves, chinaware—everything in
1 lard ware
Nolan & Martin Ildwe.
A "Polar C uI>" electric fan will make your study coo!
tor onlv $6.50
will play for the
Enuf Enuf Ennf
Home Butchered Beef
Try it on your next call—it's fine!
Peppers, carrots, cabbages, onions, celery, '
beans, tomatoes—anything vou want. j
Bananas, oranges, plums, apples and berries I
Phone 143 and 183
You'll lie Needing Bower's
Service This Week-End
livery week-end, during both
ihe winter and summer sessions,
hundreds of Sooner students call
2-8-1 or 3-0-5 for their cleaning
ind pressing—so that they'll be
ready for the week-end festivi-
ties on and about the Sooner
I hey know, by pleasing exper-
ience, the kind of cleaning, alter
jng, repairing, pressing and de-
livery service that Jack Bowers
If you haven't sent your garments to Bowers this sum
mer you have a pleasant surprise in store—for no cleaning
establishment in the state offers service superior to that of
the Bowers Summer Service, and hut few can equal it
p" sTV CLEANING CO =
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Monroney, Mike. The Sooner Student (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, July 7, 1922, newspaper, July 7, 1922; (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc107578/m1/3/: accessed July 28, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.