The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, September 27, 1951, Image 6

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— Page 6 THE BATTALION Thursday, September 27, 1951 Battalion Classified USB BATTALION CLASSIFIED ADS TO MJT, SELL, RENT OR TRADE. Kates ■ ... 3c a word per Insertion with a tBc minimum. Space rate In classified Vjctlon .... flOc per column-inch. Send ill classified to STUDENT ACTIVITIES IFFICE. All ads must he received iu Stu- ient Activities office by 10 a.m. on the lay before publication. FOR SALE • 4-DRAWF.R Baby Chest of Drawers—$10. New Dietzen Slide Rule, Used case—$12. Billy Campbell, 9-B Vet Village 1939 STUDEBAKER—$175. Call 4-1202. KIDNEY - SHAPED DESK. Chest of drawers. Bookcase. C-19-B, in College View. * FOR RENT • LARGE clean bedroom, private bath, pri vate entrance. Near campus. Phone 6-6924 after 5 p.m. • WANTED TO BUY • USED CLOTHES and shoes, men’s — women's — and children’s. Curtains, spreads, dishes, cheap furniture. 502 N. Main. Bryan, Texas. • WORK WANTED • MRS. RICHARD’S Varsity Alteration Shop, North Gate, guarantee quick, satisfac tory service in alterations for men, dress making, suits, and button holes. Also three-day service in cleaning and press ing. WILL KEEP children during football game, Oct. 6. Also, anytime, by ap pointment. Phone 45347. WILL KEEP children during football game, 40c per hour. 4407 College Main, Phone 61306. CARE FOR CHILDREN in my home while mother works. Phone 6-3496. LOST LADIES five-diamond wedding band. En graved inside “Mary-Robert, 9-3349”. Reward. R. D. Nesbitt, Project House 14-B, or write Box 4479. WANTED • JUG JACKSON needs khaki and pink boot pant's, 37 waist, 1814 calf and short legs. Jug Jackson, 9-317, or box 6232. Directory of Business Services ALL LINES of Life Insurance. Homer Adams, North Gate. Call 4-1217. Prompt Kadio Service —Call— Sosolik’s Radio Service 712 S. Main St. Ph. 2-1941 Bryan • HELP WANTED NEED responsible woman to stay with 4-month-old baby three hours a day. Apply at D-8-X, College View. CAPABLE WOMAN wanted to keep small nursery for church. Hours Sunday morning, 9:15 - 12:15. Call 4-8287. Official Notice CHANGES IN STUDIES The present policy concerning changes in studies varies from that as published in the Seventy-Fifth Annual Catalogue, the official schedule of classes and my an nouncement quoted in The Battalion dated September 19 and 21, 1951. The present policy is as follows: a student may not register for a new course after Saturday, September 22. Courses dropped after Sat urday, September 29, will normally carry the grade of F. C. Clement French Dean of the College Reservist-Speaker NOTICE TO STUDENTS OF AGRICULTURE The editorial staff of The Southwestern Veterinarian, the leading Veterinary jour nal of the Southwestern U. S., would like to invite all students of agriculture to join the ranks of our readers. The South western Veterinarian contains current in formation partaining to every field of agriculture and dealing with every breed of livestock, including poultry. It is pub lished four times during the school year by the Junior Chapter of the AVMA. A special subscription rate of only $1.00 per year has been provided for students of Texas A. & M. Now is the time to sub scribe. Address all correspondence to: The Southwestern Veterinarian Goodwin Hall Texas A. & M. College College Station, Texas Senior Court Plans Meeting Monday Night • Members of the Senior Court will hold an important meeting Monday night at 7:15. The court will meet in room 3A in the MSC, Lynn Stuart, president, said. RADIOS <S REPAIRING Call For and Delivery STUDENT CO-OP • '■ Phone 4-4114 Dr. Carlton R. Leo OPTOMETRIST 303A East 26th (Across from Court House) dull 2-1662 for Appointment Wm. F. McCulley of the Mathematics Department, Lt. Col. in the Air Force Reserve, is shown with Judge Dan Hurska whb spoke at the weekly meeting of the local reserve unit Monday night. Judge Hurska is a former member of the FBI, having served the government from 1940-48. He spoke on his experiences in the FBI and about communist activity in the United States. Aggieland To Play For Air Force Ball Featuring the selection of an Air Force sweetheart and the music of the Aggieland Orchestra, the two Air Force Wings will hold their annual Air Force Ball Oct. 5 in Sbisa Hall. Selection of the Air Force Sweet heart for 1951-62 will be made during the second intermission of the dance. The winner will be nam ed at that time from six selected finalists who will be introduced be fore judges. Providing music for the first formal dance of the fall semester, the Aggieland Orchestra, under the direction of Bill Turner, will play from 9 p. m. until 1 a. m. Tommy Butler will be featured vocalist for the orchestra. Pictures of sweetheart nominees are now being accepted at the Stu dent Activities Office, according to A. C. Burkhalter, chairman of the sweetheart selection committee. Deadline for submitting nominee pictures has been set for noon, Oct. 1, he said. To enter a girl as sweetheart nominee, Burkhalter said, two pic tures will be needed. One picture must be a portrait, preferably 8 x 10 in size, and another a snap shot of the nominee in sports at tire. The submitted pictures will he judged by a selection committee on Oct. 1, and the six finalists will be announced then. The finalists will be notified of their selection, and will be required to he present at the dance, Burkhalter said. During the second intermission, the six finalists will be called to the orchestra platform and will be presented a gift. The queen will be named through a decision of the judges and presented the tradition al bouquet of flowers and kiss. According to Burkhalter, final judging for the sweetheart selec tion will be made by several col lege officials who will be selected during the dance. The judges will include an administrative officer and three members of the military department. Wing ‘Commanders John Wright and Harold Chandler are co-chair men for all arrangements being made for the dance. Tickets of $2.50 are now on sale at the Office of Student Activities and in the dorm areas by ticket representatives. MSC Director Wayne Stark Works, Builds For Better Student Center “ . . . for his consistently con scientious work and visionary plan ning on the Memorial Student Cen ter. . So read the 1950 Battalion Award presented to J. Wayne Stark, director of the Memorial Student Center since October of 1947 when the building was but a dream. Working with the A&M Sys tem Architect Carleton Adams, Stark set out immediately to start making the coming project a reality. Along with the need of the right type of building the business and social departments of the Center had to be devel oped. To negotiate the start of the business development of such a project, Stark purchased for the school the equipment of the Cave and the Campus Corner in Decem ber of 1947. During the Christ mas recess, both establishments underwent a renovation and were opened at the start of the year under the management of the Me morial Student Center. The purpose of these two foun tain rooms was to be in the form of a “pilot plant” so the needs and wants of the students could be studied adequately before the building of the now present Cen ter. Also along this line was the hiring of various personnel to be fit in managerial positions for the future Center, and establish bookkeeping and accounting pro cedure, purchasing channels and selling policies, and at the same time gain the necessary knowl edge in running a student center. All this came under Stark’s di rection. To help him along, he visited different student centers across the nation in an effort to gain a good cross section of what is needed on the campus. On some trips, he covered as many as seven states making this comprehensive study that was to help in the run ning and development of the cen ter. Between trips, consultation visits with the architects brought about changes which proved beneficial. And to this date, plans are always underway in improving the Center when the opportunity arrives. In 1939, Stark was graduated from A&M with a liberal arts degree. His birth place was La- mesa, although he had attended public schools and graduated FIXING UP Here Are Just THE NEW a Few Items a b c d e f g h i Handy Things To Have HOME. to Please You Garbage Can Big 20-gallon size, has corrugated, galvanized sides, riveted handle. Snug fitting lid keeps out rats. Need a Mailbox? See Us for Your Choice Kitchen Stool All metal stool, 22 in ches high. It’s sturdy and comfortable — a real kitchen aid. Good- looking too! Enliven Your Home Please Yourself Too Clothes Dryer For drying clothes inside — almost 50 feet of drying bars—yet uses little floor space. Ideal for small homes and apartments. Parker Astin Carries a Complete Line of • Accessories & Kitchenware • Lamps • China • End Tables • Appliances • Kitchenware • Gadgets Canister Set Matched sets of 4 pieces in gleaming plastic with smart dec orations. Plastic handles lift snug-fitting lids easily, quickly. PARKER-ASTIN HARDWARE CO. from high school in Winters. While at A&M, Stark was en gaged in numerous extracurricular activities. For two years he was associate editor of The Battalion, and served as club editor of the —rrrvxxr'r- 108 NORTH BRYAN jh— — BRYAN J. Wayne Stark Director of the Memorial Student Center, Stark is continuously working toward a bigger and better center for A&M students. A member of the Class of ’39, Stark is married and has two children, John and Sallie. “Longhorn,” and president of both the Singing Cadets and biology club. Following graduation from A&M, Stark entered the University of Texas Law School where he re mained for two years before be ing inducted into the Army. While attending the University, he be came the only Aggie to edit the schools’ yearbook, “The Cactus”, and was also the only non frater nity man to hold the position in 21 years. In June of 1941, he entered the service and served for three years with an anticraft unit. He spent the next two and a half years as assistant G-3 of the V II Corps which made plans for and landed with the assault troops in Normandy. While in Norman dy, he served under General “Lightnin’ Joe” Collins, now pre sent chief of staff. Stark was released from active duty with the rank of major but presently holds the rank of Lt. Colonel in the reserve officers corps. After leaving the service, he took employment with the Gulf At lantic Warehouse Company, subsi diary of Anderson, Clayton, and Company of Houston until re turning to A&M. During his tour of duty with the army, Stark met and married the former Miss Jean Stinson of Con roe, Texas. They were married in 1942 at Hartford, Conn. The Starks have two children, John and Sal- lie. Andrew Leads AFB Services Dr. William H. Andrew, former pastor of the First Paptist Church of Bryan for 19 years and leader of religi ous activities at A&M, will conduct a Protestant preaching mission at Randolph AFB Sept. 30- Oct. 5. The preaching mission is being held to coincide with other church observances. Oct. 7 is Air Force- wide “Go To Church Sunday”, and is also world-wide Protestant Com munion Sunday. Dr. Andrew served at Randolph as Chaplain (Lt. Col.) from July, 1949 to May 1951 as a reservist wing chaplain mobilization as signee. IGA Specials .. Thurs. 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Cream of Wheat 19c No. 2 Nu Zest Orange Juice . . 2 cans 25c • DRUGS 24’s Bayer Aspirin . . . $1.25 Size Hadacol • ... 15c 79c • FROZEN FOODS • Birdseye - Grapefruit Juice, 2 cans 29c Birdseye—12-Oz. Pkg. Strawberries . . . . . . 39c Birdseye Broccoti Cuts . . . ... 25c Birdseye Green Peas .... . . . 23c Birdseye Perch Fillets . . . . . . 43c • MARKET * Smoke Ring Sausage . lb. 39c Decker’s Tall Korn Bacon . Ih. 43c Fryers . lb. 59c V.C.—Cured Whole Hams. . . . . lb. 59c Wisconsin Daisy Cheese . lb. 49c ® PRODUCE • Italian Prunes . . 2 lbs. 25c Tokay Crapes . . 2 lbs. 25c Red Delicious Apples lb. 15c Lettuce bead 10c Yellow Onions . . . lb. 5c Idaho Russett Potatoes . . 5 lbs. 27c Miller’s IGA Super Market 3800 Hwy. 6 - South OPEN 9 A. M. TO 9 P. M. — 7 DAYS A WEEK