The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, May 27, 1954, Image 4

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Page 1 THE BATTALION Thursday, May 27, 1954’ This waek... 329 people who never flew before moke their FIRST FLIGHT on PIONEER AIR LIN ESI, Wouldn ’t YOU Me \ to fly PIONEER and • avoid monotonous, dangerous highway travel — get there three time* faster • ride in clean, pleasant comfort • solve the problem of traveling with children • save travel money with Pioneer's family ^ fare plan — or 10% on your return trip ^ with a round trip ticket P Costs Only Pennies Per Mile — | Worth Every Cent of UJ 1 i system survey* AIR LINES SERVING 24 kEV CITIES OF THt SOUTHWEST . '• V. ;. - FOR ARROW UNIVERSITY STYLES Real cool, man! Arrow Lightweight Shirts and Sports Shirts Come on in. Look at these > shirts . . . examine the fab rics closely. And you'll see why these handsome light weights . . . woven of airy, open-weave fabrics . . . keep you cool as a cucum ber even when the mercury soars sky-high. Choose Arrow lightweight shirts for dress wear . . . light weight sports shirts for lei sure wear ... in whit© and smart pastels. All tailored of fine "Sanforized"® fab rics that won't shrink more than 1%. Stop in, see them today. Arrow Lightweight Shirts . . . Arrow Lightweight Sports Shirts. ; . $3*95 up W. S. D. Clothiers Located in Bryan Cool Summer Forecast For Men Wearing Arrow Lightweights Judging from the current rush on for Arrow lightweights, it appears that the student body is headed for a cool and comfortable summer. Arrow lightweight shirts and sports shirts . . . in white and popular colors . . . are now available at all Arrow dealers. »»- ARROW TRADE ® MARK SHiRT$ • TIES * UNDERWEAR ♦ HANDKERCHIEFS * SPORTSWEAR Social Club Sets Year’s Program Mrs. L. S. O’Bannon, new presi dent of the Foods group of the A&M Social club, and Mrs. E. B. Reynolds, new program chairman, led the club in a discussion of pro grams for the next year at its meeting Friday. The group decided on a theme of “menus from famous inns.” Mrs. C. F. Richardson, retiring president, led a business session, and Mrs. G. L. Huebner, seci'etary- treasurer, read her report. After the luncheon, which featur ed salads, Mrs. Huebner gave an account of the origin and history of salads. Mrs. John S. McCannon was hostess for the luncheon. Greet ing members at the door, she gave each member a place card in the form of a May basket, directing them to one of the six tables, each set for 10 persons. Each of the tables was centered with a Maypole arrangement. Many-colored streamers from the poles were anchored away from the base of the pole by tiny cor sages of spring flowers. Luncheon was served from a buf fet table overlaid with a white banquet cloth. The buffet table also had a Maypole decoration in the center, with six small dolls around the base, each holding a streamer. The committee in charge of the luncheon was Mrs. Huebner and Mi's. T. R. Holleman, co-chairmen, and Mesdames H. T. Blackhurst, William Kammlade, W. J. Morris, Frank Lawyer, C. M. Taylor, J. S. McCannon. Shelton Elected President of AIIE ^ Huntley Shelton was elected president of the American Institute of Industrial Engineers recently. Other officers elected were Bob Holmes, vice president; Robert Beaver, secretary; Gerald Leigh ton, treasurer; Gayle Ros, Bat talion representative: and Bob Bacher, reporter to Engineer. BEYOND BELIEF DETROIT—(^)—The first time the man came into court charged with stealing canned goods from a hospital where he worked, he ex plained: “I found out someone else had stolen the stuff and I was just returning it.” Recorder’s Judge Joseph Gillis cocked a quizzical eye, but found him innocent. Two weeks later the man was back before the judge, with this ex planation of 14 one-pound bags of coffee found by a hospital guard who noticed a suspicious bulge un der the defendant’s coat: “I knew someone else was plan ning to steak this coffee, so I just decided to take it first.” The man got 90 days in jail. A nnouncin 9 Tennis, Baseball, Golf, and Fishing Equipment; Picnic Supplies; Knife Sets; Pottery Sets; Bicycles; Fountain Pens; Radios; Electrical and Home Appliances — Those are some of the wide variety of pre miums available under our advertising plan. In addition to a limited number of premiums we will carry in our stock, we will issue GIFT CERTIFICATES redeemable at the local Student Co-Op Store. Our Cash Register Receipts, which you are urged to save and present to us in lots of $50 and more, will get these fine premiums. Start Sav ing Them Today! Tuesday’s Green Receipts and all Red Star Receipts count double. Extraordinary Meats At Ordinary Prices Choice Baby Beef—SIRLOIN STEAK . . lb. 69c Whole in Cello. Bag:—Heart o’ Texas FRYERS., lb. 49c EXTRA SPECIAL. Skinless, Lean, Pre-Cooked (Shank Off) HORMEL PICNIC ... lb. 59c Hormel All-Meat FRANKS lb. 49c From Choice Baby Beef POX ROAST . . . lb. 45c Lean Brisket STEW MEAT . . . lb. 25c Fresli Fruits and Vegetables Each Spring we look forward to the arrival of Fresh local Hort. Farm Vegetables, Fruits, and Berries. Their delicious tomatoes and plums are now in, and corn is expected next week. FRESH—HORT. FARM Tender Young—YELLOW Tomatoes . . lb.29 c Squash .... lb. 5 C FRESH BRUCE—HORT. FARM m /’v «pv Fresh Firm Plums g . l . o . .pint2dc (] ucum ljer S . . lb.5 C 432 Size Sunkist Local, Tender LEMONS . . . . doz. 29c GREEN BEANS . 2 lbs. 19c GROCERY SPECIALS (Limit One, Please)—1 Lb. Can—FOLGER’S Mrs. Tucker’s Can 3 LB. CAN Popular Brands Carton CIG ARETTES . . . $2.09 Hormel Midwest BACON lb. 69c Armour’s Mild HOOP CHEESE . . lb. 55c Hormel—All-Meat (Also PRESSED HAM) BOLOGNA . . . . . lb. 49c -J &&£.** ,*'• '**•*! >■ -> Freshly Ground (3 POUNDS $1.00) GROUND MEAT .... lb. 35c FROZEN FOODS 6 Varieties—Morton’s Fruit and Pot Pies—choice . 3 for 77c Paraffin . . X A lb. pkg. 5c . 2 cans 35c . each 49c COFFEE .. $1-15 Shortening . . . 69 c 10 LB. BAG—(Limit 1, Please) SUGAR 89t OLEO . . 2 lbs. 39 c 1/2 Gal. Sanitary—Bottles—PASTEURIZED MILK 2 for 75c — FACTORY SALE — Save 19c. Large Boxes 2 BOXES Rinso Blue Detergent 49c — CANNING SUPPLIES — Pint Ball Fruit Jars .... doz. 79c — PATIO BRAND SALE — No. 2 Cans CAN Beef Enchiladas . . . 43c 303 Cans CAN Chicken Enchiladas . 43c 16 Oz. Cans CAN Barbecue Beef .... 55c 6 Oz. Cans—Snowcrop ORANGE JUICE 1000 Single Sheets, High Quality—Softex Toilet Tissue . . roll 10c 5 Lb. Bag—Rafter B Charcoal each 29c 46 Oz. Cans Libby’s Tomato Juice . . can 25c i/2 Gal. Holiday MELLORINE Now On Sale. June Issue COPY 14 Oz. Bottles Heinz Better Living Mag. . . 5c Catsup each 24c iihiiiiiiiiii Snowcrop STRAWBERRIES pkg. 29c Stokely’s Honor Brand—CHOPPED BROCCOLI .... 2 pkgs. 37c Stokely’s—Honor Brand GREEN PEAS . . 2 pkgs. 37c Southside Food Market! WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES STORE HOURS: 8 a.m. — 7 p.m. Daily Open 30 Minutes Earlier Fri. & Sat. — p 3 Blocks Due South of Kyle Field, College Closed Sun. A Complete One-stop Market || Specials Starting 4 p.m. Thur. thru Sat. — May 27 - 28 - 29 ] I TPUED DIFFERENT BRANDS OF CIGARETTES AND I FOUND JUST THE MILDNESS AND FLAVOR * WANT IN CAMELS. TRY 'EM YOURSELF_YOU'LL FIND CAMELS THOROUGHLY ENJOYABLE I ROCK HUDSON says, “After acting in high-school plays, I got a job in Hollywood delivering mail so I could talk to stars and agents. The plan worked — one agent arranged a screen test. I worked five months without a day off —• and it paid off with a good starting contract!” / -s Soon to be seen in Magnificent Obsession” 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! -Joh ‘Qhd yffiz Camels agree wm more people -■ - . thaw an.'V errweea. cn&AF^en-rs f *