The Sooner Student (Norman, Okla.), Vol. 3, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, July 7, 1922 Page: 4 of 4
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N a. ni. lecture, Individual Differences
in Teaching, Dr. Arthur C, Fleshinan.
11 a. :n. lecture. The Personal Element
in Teaching. Dr. Fleshman.
8:15 p. in. moving pictures, "The Gol-
den Snare. Ninth number of entertain-
9 a. m. lecture, The Fine Art of
Teaching, Dr. Fleshman.
11 a. m. lecture, The Teaching of Ap-
preciation, Dr. Fleshman.
9:45 a. in. Sunday School.
11 a. in. Church Services.
K p. m. [ nioi services on the univer-
THE SOONER STUDENT FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1022
CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR TO
SERVE EVENING LUNCHEON
Presbyterian Church to Hold Meeting
Early so That Members May At-
tend Union Church Services
A lunch served to the Christian En
deavorers and their friends in the churcl.
at 5 :30 preceding the Kndeavor meeting,
is the program of the young people of
the hirst Presbyterian church for Sun-
day, July 9. I his plan will probably be
continued throughout the summer. The
meeting proper will start at 0 o'clock.
1 he Endeavorers are holding their
meeting early in order to be through for
the union open air services on the uni-
wrs'ty campus, which will begin at 7 o'-
clock. They are serving lunch in order
that students who eat at boarding houses
will not be forced ti; miss the evening
Of the (luce selections played by
Professor L. P. Stanley, the Rhapsodic
in (i Minor was especially enjoyed.
Miss Veroqua Petty showed great skill
In reading the little girls part in The
Prince Chap selections.
The singing of Miss Belle J. Vickery
was enjoyed very much. Prof.William
G. Schmidt's vocal selections were also
Miss Vickery and Professor Schmidt
were assisted by Professor Xoll as
accompanist, whose excellent touch is
always enjoyed. The only thing needed
to make the program complete was
a violin solo.
Holds 175 th Commencement
Princeton University:- The annual
commencement exercises were held out-
of -doors. This is the first time in the
history of the schol that the degrees
have been confered in the open air.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. in. Morning
service 11 a. in. Sermon, "Present Day
Religion and Its Relation tn Social Af-
fairs," Rev. Earl Riney.
Sunday school 9:45 a. in. Morning
service 11 a. m. Sermon "The Straight
(■ate, Rev. \\. L, Broome. Epworth
League at Sooner Shack, X p. m.
Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Morning
service 11 a. ni. Rev. Theodore Garland
Smith of Edinburgh University will
preach. Epworth league at 8 p. m.
Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Morning
service 11 a. ni. Sermon, Rev. T. H. Asz-
man. Special musical program, solo by
Homer Hurt, duet by Belle J. Vickery
and Miss Brvant.
Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Morning ser-
vice 11 a. m. Sermon, Rev. F. M. War-
Corner Boyd and Jenkins. Music and
community sing to start at 6:45 p.
rection of Prof. O.M.ir I. Lehrer
inon 7 p. ni. "The All Around
Rev. T. II. Aszman.
Patronize Student advertizers.
The Faculty Recital, given in the
Auditorium, Friday, June 30, wa; one
of the best received programs given
here during the summer sessirn.
The selections and arrangement of
the program showed harmony. Each
member of the concert showed skill in
rendering the selections in a manner
that bespoke of ability.
I hat tingle of joyous exhilar- i
ation which comes to you when
« you plunge into a pool of clear
clean cool water is a thrill of
COME OUT THIS AFTERNOON
Doll's Park Swimming Pool
Toast Suede with Patent
1 oast isn't a Summer shade at all;
it's one of the brand new Foil ones
that lends an entirely new attractive-
ness to ti
ns popular 1 wo-Tone strap-
ped style. It's a more golden shade
than beige and contrasts strickingly
McC ALL'S I
Norma n s Greatest Store |
"(). I . Clolhcs ami Shoes" I
Midsummer Clearance Sale
Sale Starts Saturday, July 18
Organdie in all the beautiful shades and colors—widtli
b inches. $1.25 and $1.50 values, in this sale at
Ladies silk hose, lisle, and
other high grade hosiery,
values $1.25 to $1.50, will
tjo in this sale at
Muslin, just the thing you have been looking for in nius-
m value- all the latest shades and colors—just the thing
for aprons. We are jjoing to sell nine (9) yards, in this sale
Special price.- on all ladies underwear—you can't afford
to miss the unusual bargains that arc being offered in this
department. I ome in and see.
Men's liose in cotton, lisle and siik will go at a large dis-
count We have a large assortment from which to choose.
Hats and Coats
Hats and caps in all the leading summer styles. I.very hat
and cap in this sale will be discounted
20 percent oil
Men's Palm Beach pants in the greys and other favorite
colors will sell in this sale at
20 percent off
We are offering an exceptional assortmen of men's dress
shirts. Come in and look them over. We have the color, size,
quality for you. All shirts
20 percent off
Ladies and Men's Bathing Caps • - - All Go at 50 cents Each
F. & J. Cash Store
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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/m1/4/: accessed July 28, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.