The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, February 07, 1956, Image 5

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I Tuesday, February 7, 1956 THE BATTALION Page 5 Lutheran Church Installs Officers. Honor Roll At CHS Totals 56 Students Fifteen students of A&M Con solidated High School were named to the semester honor roll while 41 students were listed on the third six-week roll, according to J. J. Skrivanck, Jr., principal. Semester honor roll students are Marcia Smith and Ann Fleming, twelfth grade; Maurice Olian, Charles Delaplane, James Martin, Larry Leighton and Jo A Jin Wal ker, eleventh grade. Jerry Mills, Christy Kent, Mary Hierth, and Sue Mowery, tenth grade; Beatrice Luther, Billie Dean Letbetter, Mary Varvel, John Barger and Margaret Dehlinger, ninth grade. Honorees for the last six-weeks period were Mike McGuire, Carol Butler, Sallie Buddy, Margaret Berry, Norman Floeck and Mari lyn Davis, twelfth grade; David Webb, David Lloyd, Mary Beth Hagler, Ann Hite, and James Couch, eleventh grade. Mary Cathcart, Elaine Chalk, Millie Caughlin, and Joe Randolph, tenth grade; Pat Freeman, Jean- elle LaMotte, Nancy Rogers, Ora Lee Ramsey, Martha Esten, Don Avera, Kenneth Bailey, Bill Jones, Alex Rush, and Sara Goode, ninth grade. Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church recently installed newly elected councilmen and officers of the con gregation and auxiliaries. Dr. R. J. Hildreth, Raymond Huebner and Ira Scott were elec ted councilmen. E. J. Fuchs was chosen as chair man for the congregation officers. Assisting him are G. E. Jaehne, vice chairman; L. E. Hearne, sec- retary; A. L. Giesenschlag, finan cial secretary and Charles Haas, treasurer. Marvin Giese was elected presi dent of the Brotherhood. Other of ficers chosen were A. L. Giesensch lag, vice president; Henry Adams, secretary and Albert Karcher, treasurer. Mrs. Harold Sorensen was chos en president of the Altar Guild with Mrs. William Harrison serv ing as secretary. The Ushers’ Corps will consist of Dojiald Sutton as president and Herbert Goessler, sacretary. Mrs. Harvey Oakes was elected president of the Women’s Mission ary Society. Assisting her are Mesdames Harold Sorenson, vice president; Charles Haas, secretary and L. E. Hearne, treasurer. Miss Joyce Lorenz was chosen president of the Luther League. Also holding office are Miss Ora Lee Ramsey, vice president; Miss Shirley Schulz, secretai'y and Miss Lynn Oakes, treasurer. JUNIOR MEAT JUDGERS—The A&M Junior Meats Judging - Team won first place in judging beef and pork during the Intercollegiate Meats Judging Contest in conjunction with the Southwestern Livestock Exposition and Fat Stock Show at Fort Worth last week. The team placed sixth among nine teams in the over-all contest. Pictured from left to right are Kermit Wahrmund Jr., Tom Humphreys, David Terry, Larry Waldrip, Donald Johnson, L. M. Lebo and Stanley Keese. Gene King of the Animal Husbandry Department is team coach. Methodisls First In Membership Additions totaling one-tenth of the net luembeiship have been made at A&M Meihod st church during a seven month period be ginning June 1, 1955. The new additions have kept the church in first place leadership in membership increase in the Bryan district. The additions classified by type include ten persons coming by pro fession of faith, ten from other de nominations and 51 transferring from other Methodist churches. The church is also proud of op erating persistently in the black for many months with regard to finances, according to Louis J. Horn, publicity chairman. Receipts received monthly assure an an nual designated operating total of $22,500. Letters (Continued from Page 1) at least 25 Aggies in line giving their names, type of blood, and where they might be reached. Within a couple of hours a form er student had an oxygen tent there from Houston. “The College Security officers stood by and gave escort when something was needed from an other hospital, and the chaplains stayed until in the night praying with the family and comforting them. “Many times I have watched with awe the Aggie Spirit at football games; Saturday and Sunday I watched that same Spirit meet a crisis, and I was even more impressed. “May I register my son for the Class of ’76.” Sincerely, Leta Barkley Harper A pound of shelled almonds or Brazil nuts measures 3 cups; a pound of shelled walnuts or pecans measures 4 cups. ODEN FOR ALL BANQUETS, DINNERS RECEPTIONS, WEDDINGS AND LUNCHEONS MAGGIE PARKER DINING HALL TA 2-5089 “The Oaks” — TA 3-4875 BRYAN “Roy Henry’s clearing his used car lot all the way from the latest to the oldest models. Here’s a chance for you to pick up a good clean used car, with plenty of miles left in it at a very Tfibv cost. Look at this: 1949 FORD TUDOR—excellent condition, (1*/!OF paint in perfect condition 1951 PONTIAC CATALINA—beautiful interior, fully equipped, just like a new one zpiy*) 1953 PONTIAC 4 DOOR SEDAN-unbelievably clean, one car owner, extra low mileage 1950 CHEVROLET 4 DOOR SEDAN —many (l*OQF good miles left in it Roy Henry Pontiac Co. Hearne, Texas Committee Appointed For Cotton Research A committee of men promi nent in Texas cotton business and industry has been named to aid the Cotton Research Committee of Texas in find ing better ways to improve and market Texas cotton. The group of men appointed as advisors will review research pro grams on cotton improvement and marketing being carried out coop eratively at Texas Technological College, the University of Texas and Texas A&M College. Advisors will be asked to determine areas in which research is meeting the needs of the state’s cotton economy and to suggest new fields for study. The committee was chosen to bring about a closer relationship between industry and business and the research agencies of the Cot ton Research Committee. Membership consists of Burris C. Jackson, Hillsboro cotton ginner and oil mill operator; R. O. Beach, Houston cotton merchant and mem ber of the Houstoji Cotton Ex change; Elliott Knox, vice-presi dent of the New Braunfels Textile Mills; E. C. Cox, chief of the cotton laboratories of U.S. Testing Com pany, Dallas; Dr. Earl Beiklcy, director of Anderson, Clayton and Company’s fiber and spinning lab- oratoi'ies, Houston; Aubrey Lock ett, Vernon banker, cotton ginner and pioducer; W. R. Watkins, Abi lene cottonseed oil producer; Jack J. Stoneham, Dallas cotton jner- chant and member of the Dallas Cotton Exchange; and Otto Goe- decke, Hallettsville cotton mer chant. In the programs of research con ducted by the Committee, the Uni versity of Texas is primarily re sponsible for work in the area of marketing procedures; Texas Tech nological College for improvements in textile technology and Texas A&M, for breeding, cottonseed processing utilization. Membership of the Cotton Re search Committee is composed of Dr. M. T. Harrington, chancellor of the Texas A&M College System, chairman; Dr. Logan Wilson, presi dent of the University of Texas and Drr E; N. Jones, president of Texas Technological College. K. Lanse Turner, Lubbock, is director of the committee. Social Whirl AGRICULTURE EDUCATION Wives Club will meet at 7:30 to night in the lobby of the Agricul ture Engineering Building. ★ INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION Wives Club will meet tonight at 7:30 in the Mechanical Engineer ing Shops. ★ BAND WIVES CLUB will meet at 7:30 tonight in the YMCA for the election of officers. 'k AGGIE WIVES BOWLING Club will bowl tonight following the presentation of trophies at 7:30. Winners of the fall round robin tournament will be announced. ★ CIVIL ENGINEERING Wives Club will meet at 8 p.m. tomorrow in room 2-B of the Memorial Stu dent Center. ★ AVMAA, American Veterinary Medical Association Auxiliary, will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the social room of the Memorial Stu dent Center instead of Thursday this month. Sam Know will play five or six numbers of “marumba” music. Church Briefs St. Thomas Episcopal Chapel Holy Communion and breakfast will be held at 6:30 a.m. Wednes day. Canterbury Association will meet at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday with a short service of prayer •5?: ..;<X Opportunity for technical graduates with Goodyear Representatives of The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company will be here on the date shown below to interview Seniors who will receive B.S. or advanced degrees in the following fields of technical study: CHEMICAL ENGINEERING MECHANICAL ENGINEERING fr \ • W,' If M ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING CIVIL ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY There's a career for YOU at Goodyear in any of the following fields: PLANT ENGINEERING PROCESS DEVELOPMENT FACTORY MANAGEMENT • TECHNICAL SALES • MACHINE DESIGN • RESEARCH Contact your student placement office now — plan now to have a personal interview! 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