The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 11, 1955, Image 4

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Page 4 THE BATTALION Tuesday, October 11, 1955 Library Club Op ens Book Fair Thursday Such books as “Man in the Gray- Flannel Suit” by Sloan Wilson, “Marjorie Morningstar,” the Caine Mutiny author’s new book and No bel prize winner Thomas Mann’s “Confessions of Felix Krull” will be among the 300 books on sale at the Book Fair, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The Fair, sponsored by the Friends of the Library, will be held in the showroom of Massey Motors. Since there is no trade book store in Bryan, the Fair will give resi dents the opportunity to select popular books. Persons interested in purchasing particular books are requested to place their orders in advance with Mrs. C. W. Simmons, Mrs. Roy A CHIlORtN UNDERI2 YEARS- (RfE TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY “SEVEN ANGRY MEN” Raymond Debra Jeffrey Massey Paget Hunter — PLUS SECOND FEAIIRE — William Bendix - Arthur Kennedy in “CRASHOUT” TODAY thru THURSDAY k ALL SHE ASKED FOR WAS A JGOOD NAME! s*"‘" 9 ANNE BAXTER ROCK HUDSON * UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE Snyder, president of the Friends, or Mrs. A. W. Melloh, Carnegie Librarian. The Carnegie Library will bene fit from the fair by a percentage of the sales. Cokesbury Book Store in Dallas, who is sending the books on consignment, will give a liberal percentage of all sales. Among the 150 adult novels ex pected are “The Haunted Hacien da,” by Madison Cooper; “The Genius and the Goddess” by Aldus Huxley; “The Tontine,” by Thomas Costain; and “Homecoming” by Jiro Osaragi, a translation of a work by one of Japan’s foremost novelists. Also ordered for the fair are 150 childi'en’s books among which are both versions of Peter Pan: the original by Sir Philip Barrie and the Walt Disney version and “Hor ton Hears a Who” by Dr. T. Gei- sel Suess, atuhor of the classic “To Think That I Found It On Mul berry Street.” The Book Fair will be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday and Saturday and from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday. CIRCLE TUBS. & WED. “Hell’s Outpost” Rod Cameron — A L S o — “Ricochet Romance” Marjorie Maine TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY M-G-M’s advanture-hit ftt COLOR —rand CINEMASCOPE! STEWART GRANGER GRACE KELLY • PAUL DOUGLAS ^ Starring JOHN ETCCSON, \\ uu I K of C Invites Visitors To Join Council The Knights of Columbus are holding a get-acquainted party at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at St. Mary’s Catholic Student Center. This is one of the two opportun ities every year. Catholic men have the chance to join the order. At 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, which is Columbus Day, three A&M stu dents, Walter Parsons, Don Dier- schke, and Johnny Petter will pre sent the history of the Knights ov er WTAW. Named after the famous explor er, the Council was originally form ed in 1882 by Father Michael Mc- Givney of New Haven, Conn, as an insurance aid to the laboring class. Grand knight of the Council is Bob Manning. Other officers in clude J. O. Koehl, deputy grand knight; Louis Gorzycki, financial secretary; Johny Ferguson, re corder; Clyde Wharton, chancel lor; Richard Dilts, warden; Bert Hoff, secretary; L. M. Novorak and Ed Holick, trustees; Don Dier- schke, advocate and past grand knight; Father Sylvester Fuchs, chaplain; John Petter,*general pro gram chairman; Harry Kilena, lecturer; and Jules Cabeen, Rob ert Peters, and Bill Cooper, guards. The main project of the Council is to help obtain finances for the new chapel to be erected in the near future. Biscuits and muffins reheat beautifully when they are tightly wrapped in aluminum foil and put into a moderate oven for about twenty minutes. Win. Gottlieb D.S.C. Doctor of Surgical Chiropody- Will be in Bryan Wed. Oct. 12 at the LaSalle Hotel For the Diagnosis and Treatment of Foot Conditions OFFICE HOURS: 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Condensed Statement of Condition FIRST STATE BANK & TRUST COMPANY Bryan, Texas At the close of Business October 5, 1955 ASSETS Cash and Due from Banks $2,017,904.22 U. S. Government Obligations ZZZZiZrZiZiZZZ! 2> J 5l’,700:00 Municipal Bonds __ ^^ gQQ qq Loans and Discounts ZZZ 2 541 172 44 Banking House, Fixtures and Parking Lot . ’ q« Stock of Federal Reserve Bank ZZZLl 6,000M Other Real Estate 2 00 TOTAL ASSETS $7,348,938.64 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Surplus .___$ Undivided Profits Reserve for Taxes DEPOSITS: Individual U. S. Government Banks $6,056,743.90 72,432.95 75,000.00 100,000.00 100,000.00 278,383.76 15,362.54 Other Public Funds ZZZZZZ 651,015.49 TOTAL DEPOSITS -$6,855,192.34 TOTAL LIABILITIES -$7,348,938.64 FIRST STATE BANK & TRUST COMPANY Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation W. S. Higgs, Vice President J. N. Dulaney, Vice President Pat Newton, Cashier OFFICERS W. J. Coulter, President Curtis Mathis, Assistant Cashier L. E. Nedbalek, Assistant Cashier Willard E. Williams, Assistant Cashier Services Are Held Social Whirl Dames Club will meet at 8 p.m. tonight in the south solarium of the YMCA for a business meeting. * * * Agricultural Education Wives Club will meet tonight at 7:30 in the lobby of the Agricultural En gineering Building for the election of officers. * * * Milam S. Kavanaugh will speak on child psychology to the Archi tect Wives Club Wednesday in room 3B of the Memorial Student Center. Kavanaugh is an associate pro fessor in the Psychology Depart ment. \ * * * The Civil Engineering Club will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the home of Mrs. S. R. Wright, 700 Hereford St. for a business meet ing. Mrs. Wright, wife of the head of the Civil Engineering de partment, is sponsor of the club. Mid-Week Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church The church council will meet at 7:30 tonight at the church. The Junior Mission Band meets at 4 p.m. Wednesday and the Lutheran Studont Association meets at 7:15 p.m. St. Mary’s Catholic Chapel Mass is said every day at 6:45 a.m. at the chapel by Father Charles Elmer. Services are held at 5:15 p.m. Wednesday. St. Thomas Episcopal Chapel Communion will be held at 6:30 a.m. Wednesday at the chapel fol lowed by breakfast. The Canter bury association will meet at 7:15 p.m. Bethel Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod) Aggie Walther Club will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Memorial Student Center. Vesper services will begin at 7:45 p.m. Wednesday. A Lutheran Aggie dinner will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Triangle banquet room. College Heights Assembly of God Vesper services will be held at 7:45 p.m. Wednesday and local singing will be held at 7:45 p.m. Thursday. A youth roily will be held at the Snook Assembly of Cod Fri day. The Rev. Mr. Charles Taylor will preach. Interested persons will meet at the church at 6:30 p.m. Friday. . A&M Presbyterian Church Dr. Bardin H. Nelson, associate professor of Agricultural Econom ics and Sociology, will speak on “Importance of the Social Sciences for Christian Students” at the fel lowship program at 7 p.m. Wednes day announced the Rev. Mr. Charles Workman, director of the student center. Christian Science Society Services will be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday for the Christian Sci ence Society. A&M Christian Church Disciples Student Fellowship will meet at the YMCA at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday. Church of the Nazarene The Rev. Mr. Harold Carlisle will continue his services on “After Sanctification, What Then” with his second sermon in the series. Wednesday’s 7:45 p.m. sermon will be entitled “Adding Knowledge to our Faith.” Visitation program will begin at 7 p.m. Friday at the church. Mem bers will visit prospective mem bers. Hillel Foundation The Hillel Foundation, composed of Jewish students, will hold their services at 7:15 p.m. Friday in the south solarium of the YMCA. Church of Christ Evening services will begin at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday. The Ladies Bible Class meets at 10 a.m. Thursday at the church. Baptist Student Center Vespers will be held at 7 p.m. Friday at the center. Wives’ Bowling League Starts Tonight In MSC The Wives Clubs Bowling League will begin tonight in the MSC Bowling alley at 8:15. There have been six clubs enrolled in the “round robin” tournament. “It’s not too late to join the tournament”, said Joy Jones, sec retary. “Any club interested may send five members tonight and they can be scheduled.” John Geiger, manager of the bowling alley, will be on hand to instruct the girls on rules, correct approach, and form. The newly formed Wives Coun cil, consisting of representatives from the Wives’ Clubs on the cam- Football (Continued from Page 3) pus, is sponsoring the league to give a recreational outlet for the wives, many of whom work. Blue jeans, pedal-pushers, or tor- reador pants may be worn but the MSC requests that the girls not wear shorts or Bermuda shorts. Bowling will cost $1 a night which includes regulation shoes and the alley. If you have your own bowling shoes, the charge is 90 cents. Each club will have five players on its team with alternate players as substitutes. A rules committee was appointed to decide whether handicaps be giv en to individuals or teams, along with setting up rules for the tour nament . and promptly fired a pass that was good for six points. Dudley kicked true to make the score 21-0. Quarteiback Jimmy Wright in tercepted Erway’s pass on the Ag gie 34 to begin a 66-yard drive that netted A&M its last touchdown just 20 seconds before the final gun sounded. Wright’s 23-yard pass to Hall was the longest gain in the march that took only eight plays. Wright scored on a keeper from 2-yards out, but Dudley miss ed the conversion try, the first for A&M this season. Rill Willis Named Bill Willis was elected president of the Ai’ts and Science Council at a meeting held last week. Other officer’s are Dwayne Bai ley, vice president; Bennett Rags dale, secretary-treasurer; Richard Gentry, senior representative; and Leland Pratt, junior representa tive. Committee (Continued from Page 2) izations. Members are drawn from the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, public schools, Recreational Council, Col lege Station Kiwanis Club, College Station Lions Club, the city, and the Community Chest. Current members of the commit tee are Bob Cherry, chairman; Her- vey, Mrs. Patterson, Charles Haas, E. E. Ivy, Herbert Thompson, W. A. Tarrow, L. S. Richardson, Rog ers, Ran Boswell and Bennie Zinn. A project for the current year, accomplished by the committee, was the developing and lighting of a softball field for the Negro youth of our community. W. A. Tarrow, principal o f Lincoln School, has said that this project was the finest thing of its nature ever done for the Negro children of College Station. The cost of the field was about $2,000. JO million times a day at home, at work or on the way There’s nothing like a 1. SO BRIGHT IN TASTE..• nothing like it for Sparkling, tangy goodness. 2. 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