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Wednesday, September 21, 1955
Aggie Wives’ Bridge Club will
have their first meeting of the fall
V :30 p.m. Thursday at the Memo
rial Student Center.
Groups have been divided into
advanced, intermediate and begin
ners, with classes taught by faculty
Hostesses for the advanced
group will be Lucille Pryor and
Minnette Carpenter with Peggy
Weaver and Mary Virginia Lyles
All student wives are invited to
attend regardless of knowledge of
bridge it was said by Mary Dan-
nenburg, club reporter.
Bernice Thompson was elected
president of the Electrical Engi
neering Wives’ Club at their first
meeting Monday night.
Others elected were Bobby Oney,
vice-president; Thelma Lyon, sec
retary; Patti Me Alexander, treas
urer; J’nene Morgan, social chair
man, Florence Hunter, reporter;
and Gardner Osborn, representative
The Social Club, composed of
the wives of faculty members, will
hold their first meeting Friday.
All faculty wives are invited to
meet with them at 3 p.m. in the
Memorial Student Center ballroom.
AAUW To Hear
Paul Baker of Waco and
Rep. Olin Teague will be
among the guest speakers
during the year at the Amer
ican Association of Univer
sity Women of Bryan-College Sta
Mr. Baker, a widely noted figure
in the theatre, will be presented
Nov. 7 under the auspices of the
Fellowship Committee of which
Mrs. George Porter is chairman.
Mrs. Keith Dixon of the Legisla
tive Study Group announced Rep.
Mrs. Robert White is president
of the group. Members of the
Board of Directors are Mesdames
Frank Powell, first vice president
and program chairman; George
Huebner, second vice president and
membership chairman; Tola B.
Head, secretary; Sol Klein, trea
surer; and Walter Delaplane, par
Chairmen of the Study Groups
are Mrs. Horace Blank, Mrs. Mil-
ton Huggett, Mrs. John Barlow,
Mrs. Pearle Tenzer.
Other Board members include
Mesdames C. W. Burchard, Hospi
tality Committee, C. F. Richard
son, Histoi'ian, Charles Bretschnei-
der, Publicity Chairman and
Wayne McCully, Editor of the
Following the business session,
a skit was given by three members
of the Drama study group. The
cast was Mrs. Huebner, Mrs. Del
aplane, Mrs. John B. Page and
Mi's. Eugene Rush.
It takes TWO to fill the bill
. . . or fashion a Christian home
TWO by TWO
The class for Aggie Couples
First Baptist Church
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dy, Roddy Osborne and Don Mc
Clelland teamed with Grant on the
second team, with Gillar alterna
With LSU’s quarterback. Matt
Burns, having thrown two touch
down aerials in the 19-7 romp ov
er Kentucky last Saturday, Bryant
understandably continued work on
pass defense as well as offensive
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Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church
A Service of Dedication will be
held at Our Saviour’s Lutheran
Church tonight at 7:15 Conduct
ing the services will be R. J. Hill-
dreth, Bernard Halverson, Luther
Dube, David Behlen, and Leniel
Social hour will be held imme
diately following the dedication
Church of the Nazarene
The Rev. Mrs. Thelma Steelman
will continue her Revival services
at the Churdn of the Nazai’ene ac
cording to the Rev. Mr. Harold
Mrs. Steelman is the visiting
evangelist from Gilmer, Tex.
Services begin at 7:45 p.m. at
A talent show will headline the
services here this week. Anyone
interested in donating their talent
may call the center at 4-1257. Rev.
Robert C. Monk is director.
Services will be held by the Hil
lel Foundation 7:30 p.m. Friday
night at the YMCA chapel.
Church of Christ
Church of Christ Young People’s
class will meet tonight at 7:15 to
plan the program for the year. The
training class will be held Wednes
day night following the devotional
period at 7:15. Bob Davidson, min
ister for the students, will conduct
College Heights Assembly of God
College Heights Assembly of
God will hold their regular mid
week services tomorrow night at
A youth rally will be held at the
Bryan Assembly of God, Friday at
St. Thomas Episcopal Chapel
Holy Cqmmunion will be held at
6:30 tomorrow morning at St.
Thomas Episcopal Chapel followed
by breakfast in the parish hall.
Canterberry Association, will
hold evening prayer at 7:15 p.m
in the chapel.
Choir practice will be held at
7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
St. Mary’s Catholic Chapel
Mass is read at 6:45 a.m. every
morning at St. Mary’s Catholic
Chapel, and at 5:15 p.m. Wednes
A&M Christian Church
Choir practice will be held at 8
p.m. at the A&M Christian Church
Regular mid-week services will be
resumed beginning next week.
First Baptist Church
Worker’s supper is held at 6 p.m.
Wednesday with the Officer’s
meeting following at 6:30 p.m.
Teacher’s meeting will be held at
7 p.m. and regular prayer service
begins at 7:30 p.m.
Bethel Lutheran Church
Vesper services will be held at
7:45 p.m. Wednesday night con
ducted by the Rev. Mr. William C.
Peterson, pastor of the church.
Presbyterian Student Center
Westminster Fellowship will
hear Stewart Coffman speak on
Why Am I Here” at 7 p.m. Wed
nesday to be followed by a movie,
Wheels Across Afiica” at the
Presbyterian Student Center.
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Tickets On Sale
For Film Society
Film Society season tickets are
now on sale at the main desk in
the Memorial Student Center.
Tickets are available for non
students, student wives and also
for single admissions.
Prices are $1.50 for non-student
tickets, $1.25 for student wives and
25 cents for single admission.
Student tickets are included in
the price for the student activity
fee paid at registration.
Stay Off Grass
Signs are up around the main
drill field even though it is not
time for the Bonfire. Anyway,
the annual burning of this symbol
may not be held on the drill field
But these signs are a request
made by the college that students
stay off the grass and use the new
sidewalk, eight-feet wade and con
crete all the way across, on the
east side of the field.
for the Week-end”
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