The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, May 18, 1954, Image 3

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V >ers of known placed up; in night. admin- organ- effec- ship in s type E nd'Sue nation- litres i inton on re- cou n- Eng- , Sue .< United United the also ¥ ' / * Seniors Elected to Society Eight senior students in A&M Consolidated high school have been elected to membership in the Na tional Honor society. Choden by a faculty committee, they were selected because of su perior scholarship, service, leader ship and character. DAR Installs New Officers At Recent Tea New officers for the La Villita chapter of the Daugh ters of the American Re volution were installed at a tea Thursday afternoon at the Oaks. Greeting guests at the door were Mrs. R. E. Patterson, regent, and Mrs. P. B. Brown, regent-elect. New officers were installed by Mrs. Patterson. Mrs. Dan Scoates, chaplain, led the members and guests in the Lord’s Prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag. New officers are Mrs. Brown, regent; Mrs. V. V. Parr, vice-re- gent; Mrs. J. M. Nance, chaplain; Mrs. H. K. Zimmerman, recording secretary; Miss Kate Adele Hill, corresponding secretary. Also Mrs. E. C. Garner, trea surer; Mrs. Patterson, registrar, Mrs. R. E. Callender, historian; and Mrs. Don Dale, librarian. Mrs. Patterson pinned the re gent’s bar on Mrs. Brown and pre sented her with the regent’s gavel. After the installation ceremony, everyone was invited into the din ing room where Mrs. Brown pre sided at the silver coffee and tea service. Mrs. Patterson served frosted cake squares. The tea table was covered with a white lace cloth and centered with a fan shaped arrangement of red gladiola and blue larkspur. Blue tea napkins had La Villita Chapter DAR printed on them in gold. The yearbook for the recent con tinental congress in Washington, D. C., and the silver l^onor roll certificate awarded to La Villita chapter were displayed. Girl Scouts To Hold Camp May 31-June 11 The Girls Scouts of Col- !?« e Station and Bryan will “rough it” at Kiwanis park May 31-June 11, according to Miss Charlotte Bailiff, dis trict Girl Scout director. Local women are needed for unit leaders for each five-day session. No experience in camping is neces sary, and a training school for vol unteers will be held. The training school for unit leaders is set at the Girl Scout little house at the Bryan county club at 9:30 a. m. Wednesday. A nursery will be provided so wo men with small children can be unit leaders. The Day Camp for Intermediates will be held May 31—June 4. Inter mediates are girls ages 10—14. The second session, June 4—11, will be for the Brownies, ages 7—9. About 80 girls are expected each session. They will camp in units of 12—16 girls in homes which the girls Will build and furnish. The Day Camp will be from 3—7 each afternoon, during the two ses sions. To date, Mrs. B. W. Wilson is the only volunteer for unit leader. Any other ladies interested in “roughing it” with the Girl Scouts may call Miss Bailiff at 3-2013, or Mrs. R. D. Turk. Guion Hall TODAY & WEDNESDAY IMrasselle Marilyn Erskine t win, ALINE NacMAHON and -J with aline MacMAHON and w a* . Will ROGERS Jr ai w* das MKOm WEIOMAH, TED ShtftptMAN|aso SIDNEY SKOLSKY • 11 >* Wwa-.ia Ma Mwmtofi awaciAo maUREQ L Gk££n The new members are Fred Anderson, son of Rev. and Mrs. Norman Anderson, 208 Timber; Robert Cleland, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Cleland, 200 Fidelity; JJerry Holmes, son of Mrs. J. G. Holmes, 311 Fidelity; Bobby Jack- son of Mrs. Dan S. Jackson Easter- wood Airport road. Charles Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Johnson, 307 Cherry street; Carolyn Landiss, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Carl W. Landiss, 803 Dexter drive; Janice Latimer, daughter of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Hugh Latimer, 506 Gilchrist; and Patricia Owen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Owen, Route 4, Bryan. Penny Laverty, the ninth senior member and the only junior named for membership last year, is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. D. Laverty, 503 Angus. Although membership is open to both juniors and seniors, no juniors were elected this year. Membership in the National Honor society is, according to Mrs. J. T. Duncan, sponsor of the local chapter, one of the most coveted honors that can come to a CHS student. In the six years since the organization of the local chap ter it has had only 43 members. French Banquet Honors Classes Of High School “Evening in Paris” was the theme of the annual A&M Consolidated high school jun ior-senior banquet at the Me morial Student Center Satur day. Master of ceremonies for the evening was Roy Courim, who car ried out the theme of the evening with “fractured French” dialogue. The program was opened with the Lord’s Prayer. Jerry Oden, junior class president, gave the welcome from the junior class. Mrs. David H. Morgan presented a monologue in verse entitled “Josephine,” which carried out the Paris theme. The history of the gavel was read by Lt. Jimmy Cashion, class of ’44, and David Bonnen, president of the senior class, presented the gavel to Jerry Oden. Martha Ann Williams read the senior will, and the prophecy, writ ten by Betsy Burchard, was read by Eugenia Rush. Musical numbers were presented by Jimmy Bond, Roland Beasley and Jean Adams. Winner of the gift to a senior girl was Dorothy Huff. Sponsors in charge of the dance were Mrs. Charles Byrd and Tom Ryan. Honored guests included Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Skrivanek, and members of the school board and their wives, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bonnen, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J. Red man jr., Mr. and Mrs. Mit Wil liams, Mi', and Mrs. John Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. Don Vestal. Pete Mayeaux’s combo played for the dance that followed. Com mittee for the dance included Helen Ross, Jean Puddy, Betsy Burchard and Eugenia Rush. All-Star League Presents Awards The All-Star bowling league of Bryan and College Station held a banquet at Franklin’s Thursday night celebrating their first year’s operation. The All-Star howling league is a member of the American Bowling congress. Save Your Money! Save Your Clothes! CAMPUS CLEANERS Tuesday, May 1$, 1954 THE BATTALION ■J-tfarr-r .^,,1 ; Page 3 TO I BEAUTIES—These four girls have been chosen as the most beautiful at Texas State College for Women. They are ( left to right) Marilyn Smith, El Paso; Teresa Ben- avides, Laredo; Martha Jane McBrierty, Ennis; and Sue Hussey, Talladega Ala Church Briefs Mrs. Eimann To Speak Mrs. Rush Named AAUW President Mrs. Lydia Eimann will be the devotional leader at the meeting of the Women’s Missionary so ciety of Our Saviours’s Lutheran church at 7:30 p. m. Thursday. The program entitled “India Woman’s Work” will be led by Mrs. L. E. Hearne. Hostesses will be Mes- dames Hearne, Otto Linack, T. H. Swygert. The Luthei’an Student associat ion will have a supper at 6 p. m. Wednesday at the church. The speaker will be Jim Lehmann of Brenham, who will speak on “Witnessing in the Military.” * —0— Rev. Odell Brown of Central Park Church of the Nazarene, Houston, will speak in the interest of Bethany Peniel college at ser vices at the Church of the Naza rene at 7:45 p. m. Wednesday. —0— “Seeking the Truth” will be the theme of the evening vesper ser vices to be held at 7 p. m. on Mon day, Tuesday and Thursday in the Baptist Student center. Speakers of the week will be Ashley To Head Agronomy Society Lamar Ashley was elected presi dent of the Agronomy society Tuesday. Other oficers elected were Carlos Griffin, vice president; Jim Whit field, secretary; Joe Bob Snod grass, treasurer; Jesse Russell, parliamentarian; Ken Richmond, reporter; and Dr. H. E. Hampton, faculty advisor. Jesse Russell was elected mem ber of the Agriculture council. The society’s annual spring bar becue was planned for May 17 at Hensel park. Each member attend ing the barbecue will be charged 75 cents. Roland Westmorland, Jim Hanna and Bobby Gross. —0— George Klett will be in charge of the devotional at the meeting of the Fellowship at A&M Pres- byterian church. The meeting will be at 7 p. m. Wednesday at the church. There will also be a weiner roast and entertainment. —0— The Christian Science society will meet at the cabin in Hensel park at 7: 30 p. m. Wednesday. The student group will meet in the MSC at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. —0— Wednesday evening services will be at 7:15 p. m. at St. Mary’s chapel. Mass will be held at 6:45 a. m. Friday at the chapel. —0— “The Place of Believers in the Church” is the sermon topic for services at 7:45 p. m. Wednesday at the Bethal Lutheran church. A youth banquet sponsored by the Walter League will be held at 7 p. m. Thursday in the parish hall. Raymond Peterson, zone counse lor and principal of Grace Lutheran school in Brenham, will be the guest speaker at the banquet. Leonard Dube, president of the A&M Walther club, will be master of ceremonies. —0— The Canterbury club will meet after the evening prayer service at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday. Holy Communion will be at 6:30 a. m. Wednesday at St. Thomas Epis copal chapel followed by breakfast. The Night Woman’s auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs. Wayne McCully, 736 Inwood, at 8 p. m. tonight. Morning prayer and a Parish picnic will be held in Hensel park on June 6. The Sunday school picnic for children will follow ser vices at 10 a. m. • —-0— The schedule for Wednesday evening prayer meeting includes First Baptist church at 7:15 p. m., College Heights Assembly of God at 7:45 p. m., and Church of Christ at 7:15 p. m. Installation of officers was held at the annual coffee sponsored by the American Association of Uni versity Women Saturday morning at the Bryan Women’s club. Mrs. Omar Sperry, first presi dent of the local chapter, installed the officers. They are Mrs. Eugene Rush, president; Mrs. Frank Powell, first Mrs. Sims Will Head Vet Auxiliary Mrs. Robbie Sims was elected president for the fall semester of the American Veterinary Medicine auxiliary last week at the final meet ing of this semester. The new officers to serve with Mrs. Sims are Mrs. DaLee Green, president elect; Mrs. Hallie Dis- mukes, vice president; Mrs. Patsy Jackson, recording secretary; Mrs. Doris Hander, treasurer. Also Mrs. Janice Durham, parlia mentarian; Mrs. Margaret Kline, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Laura Holt, reporter and Mrs. A. A. Price, co-sponsor. Mrs. J. H. Mi 11 iff is the spon sor of the auxiliary. Final arrangements were made for sending the delegate to the Na tional Veterinary convention to be held in Seattle, Washington, in August. An invitation from the State Auxiliary was extended to members of the Student Auxiliary to attend the convention, June 3-4, in the MSC. The freshman wives were hostes ses for the meeting and Mrs. Milliff presided at the punch bowl. vice president; Mrs. Sol Klein^ treasurer; and Mrs. Walter Dela- plane, parliamentarian. Mrs. Horace Blank, program chairman, introduced Mrs. Tom B. King, who read a play to the group. Final reports for the year were given by Mesdames S. H. Hopkins, J. G. Potter, L. A. Gimbrede, R. R. Shrode, R. V. Andrews, W. L. Russell and W. H. Ritchey. Mrs. Lewis Knowles’ repoi’t was given by Mrs. Delaplane. Mrs. Klein gave a report on the mental health survey conducted this year. Mrs. Spencer Buchanan was in charge of the refreshments. She was assisted by Mesdames Powell, George Huebner, Chai-les Bret- schneider, John Barlow, Frank McFarland and Misses Sue Loew and Mary Louise Adams. The table, arranged by Mrs. Fred Smith, was centered with an arrangement of spring flowers. Murillos Announce Recent Birth of Son Joseph and Ann Murillo an nounce the bii’th of Joseph jr. horn Friday, May 14 at St. Joseph hospital in Bryan. The baby weighed four pounds one ounce. Murillo is a junior civil engi neering student at A&M. Knoll Sewing Group Will Meet Wednesday The sewing group of the Knoll will meet at 9:30 a. m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Ed Lemon, 1203 Orr St. The members will work on their sewing, and coffee will be served. Speeding on U. S. streets and highways last year killed 13,870 men, women and children and in jured almost 700,000. Students Are Invited during the month of May to place their requests for guest room reservations with the Memorial Student Center for all major events from Septem ber 1954 thru May 1955. SELL YOUR BOOKS FOR MORE A T l Shaffer’s Book Store North Gate How the stars got started. Red Barber says: “I was a student working my way through the University of Florida when I was asked to be substitute announcer on a farm program. That got me a job. In two years, I be came chief announcer. My break in sports came in '34 when I broadcast Cincinnati Reds games. Been doing Major League play-by-play ever since!” St Mildness ztcf Ftivor Start smoking Camels yourself! Make the 30-Day Camel Mildness Test. Smoke only Camels for 30 days—see for yourself why Camels’ cool mildness and rich flavor agree with more people than any other cigarette! CAMELS LEAD in sales by record 8% lO Newest nationwide figures* from the leading industry analyst, Harry M. Wootten, show Camels now 50 8/10% ahead of the second- place brand — biggest preference lead in history! ^ ‘Published In Printers' Ink. 1954 Camels agree with more peopie -THANJ AMY OTHER. CfOAFUETTE; l