The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, March 08, 1956, Image 5

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Consolidated Group Discusses Planning The Education Commission of A&M Consolidated will meet today at 1 p.m. to discuss future plan ning and needs of school systems, Dr. Charles La Motte, president, has announced. The past two weekly meetings have been the discussion and re ports on using art, physical edu cation, activity programs, clubs, language, social studies, English WhaVs Cooking (Continued from Page 2) Lower Trinity Valley Club will meet in room 328 of the Academic Building to discuss Club picture. Fayette-Colorado Ho.metown Club will meet in room 207 of the Aca demic Building. El Paso Hometown Club will meet in the Academic Building. Beaumont A&M Club will meet in the Assembly Room of the MSC to take picture for the Aggieland. Refreshments will be served and a film of the 1955 A&M-TCU foot ball game will be shown. South Central Texas Hometown Club will meet in room 3D of the MSC to make final plans on picture and Easter Party. and math, given by Mrs. H. S. Creswell, elementary principal; W. T. Riedel, junior high principal and J. J. Skrivanek, Jr., senior high principal. The group visited classes of phy sical education, art and music. Mrs. Creswell gave detailed reports'* on the Sloop Method of Phonetic Method of Reading. All records including health, report cards, teacher registers, grade books, daily lesson plans and all perma nent records of the child were dis played and explained. Skrivanek gave a requested re port on entrance qualifications of college and universities. The com mittee was given a current senior high handbook including the com plete curriculum offered which meets all requirements for college entrance. He also gave a report on interscholastic meets including Consolidated participation in the schedules for this year. Dr. Les Richardson, superinten dent of Consolidated schools, con cluded the meeting with an athle tic fund statement and discussion of fhe Gulf School Research De velopment Association of which the Consolidated system is a member. Another Service at Lou’s . . . IF YOU NEED MONEY — Sell to LOUPOT May be repurchased at same price until the week after Easter Zj'cimiiu. civoriles By Mrs. John Jenkins Beverly and John Jenkins, who will receive his degree in architecture in May 1957, live at 803-B Cross St. in College Station. They have a son, Bart, 13 months old. Mrs. Jenkins, who grad uated from Colorado Woman’s College in Denver with a degree in journalism, belongs to Architect’s Wives Club, Bridge Club, and is a member of the First Baptist Church, College Station. TALLERENE T. fat 2 cups uncooked noodles medium onion, minced 1 can (2 cups) whole grain lb. hamburger can tomato soup 1 Thursday, March B, 1956 THE BATTALION Page 5 3 1 1 1 1 t. salt corn cup chopped ripe olives 1 cup grated sharp cheese 1 cup cold water Melt fat in Dutch oven or heavy skillet and brown onion and meat. Add soup, water, noodles, corn, olives and salt. Sprinkle cheese over mixture and cook over low heat until noodles are tender. Serves 6-8 people. TWENTY-FOUR HOUR SALAD 1-—12 oz. can pineapple tidbits 1 cup heavy cream, whipped 2 eggs, slightly beaten 16 marshmallows, quartered or % cup sugar % lb. cup flour ' Vk cup choped walnuts Dash salt 1 cup grapes, chopped % cup lemon juice A day ahead begin draining pineapple, reserving x /z cup syrup. Mix syrup in saucepan with eggs, sugar, flour and salt. Cook over low heat, stirring constantly ’til very thick an dsmooth. Stir in lemon juice and refrigerate until cool. Fold in whipped cream. Lightly mix in pineapple, marshmallows, nuts, grapes. Refrigerate 24 hours. Spoon into hollowed pineapple shell or lettuce cups on tray. Serves 8-10 persons. FRUIT COBBLER 1 large can peaches Butter 1 T. com starch Nutmeg 1 cup sugar Drain juice from peaches (or apricots) and add water to make two cups. Mix water, juice and cornstarch. Add % cup of sugar and chopped fruit. Dot generously with butter and sprinkle with nut meg. Top with latticed hot Water pastry (recipe given below), and sprinkle with nutmeg, X A cup sugar and dot with butter. Cook a 450° until crust is done. HOT WATER PASTRY This recipe is enough for three cobblers, pies or other pastry recipes and is ideal because it will keep indefinitely in the refrigerator. 3 cups sifted flour Vz t. baking powder 1 cup Crisco Vz cup boiling water iy 2 T. salt Place all ingredients in bowl and add boiling water, mixing well. Form a ball. Place in refrigerator until firm. Cut and use as desired. Job Interviews The following job interviews will be held Friday. > Friday SEARS, ROEBUCK & COM PANY of Dallas will interview for their executive Trainee program and the controller trainee program. Majors in business administration, feconomics and accounting are asked to attend. CITIES SERVICE OIL COMPA NY of Bartlesville, Okla. will in terview majors in mechanical, chemical, civil, industrial engineer ing and petroleum for their em ployee development program. See interview announcement and com pany information. COLLINS RADIO COMPANY of Dallas will interview interested ma jors in electrical, mechanical, in dustrial engineering and physics. BELL SYSTEM will interview majors in electrical, aeronautical, industrial, mechanical, engineering, physics, mathematics, business ad ministration, accounting and eco nomics for the Sandia Corp., Bell Laboratories, Western Electric, American Telephone and Tele- Center News All married couples interested in learning how* to square-dance are welcome to attend the Married Stu dents Square Dance Club which will meet Thursday night at 8:30 in the Assembly Room of the MSC. Manning Smith, nationally known dance instructor, will be in charge. There w T ill be ten lessons given at $5 per couple. graph, Southwestern Bell. ESSO LABORATORIES in Ba ton Rouge, La., will interview chemical engineering graduates and advanced degree graduates in chemistry and physics for employ ment in reseaxxh and pilot plant work. Rawlings . . . BASEBALL & SOFTBALL GLOVES BASEBALLS & SOFTBALLS CAPS, BATS & CATCHERS MASKS Student Co-op ON • Washing • Greasing • Service Plus S&H Green Stamps at L. E. WADE’S Aggie Station North Gate SPECIAL SALE ON GOODYEAR TIRES OPEN FOR ALL BANQUETS, DINNERS RECEPTIONS, WEDDINGS AND LUNCHEONS MAGGIE PARKER DINING HALL TA 2-5089 “The Oaks” — TA 3-4375 BRYAN If you use dry cereals in your favorite meat loaf, bear in mind that two cups of whole wheat flakes equal four cups of corn flakes slightly crushed after mea suring. DYERS'FUR STORAGE MATTERJ meiTicani DIAL TA 2-1585 Students . . . Use Our Convenient Pick Up Stations At Taylor’s Variety Store — North Gate A&M Goes Western... with the second annual presentation of . . . CIVILIAN STUDENT DAY 3 GIGANTIC FEATURING 1. Barbecue - 6 - 7:30 2. Dance - 8:30 ■ 12 3. Beard Contest EVENTS with . . . MANNING SMITH As Master of Ceremonies BOB WILLS and His Texas Playboys “The Daddy of Western Swing” with his America’s number one western dance band will storm Sbisa Hall Saturday night to give you the dance thrill of a life time, playing everything from “Steel Guitar Rag” to ‘San Antonio Rose”. BUSTER SATAN Rhythm & Blues “Night Club ’56” featuring Texas’ top rhythm and blues men will be held in Sbisa Annex for those who pre fer softer tones to the music of the west, or those who want both. Buster Satan is currently featured at the Three by Twelve Club in Dallas. ADMISSION - BARBECUE . . . $T.OO per plale SATURDAY MARCH 10 PRESENTED BY: A&M CIVILIAN STUDENT COUNCIL DANCE — Students . . . $2.00 - Visitors..$3.00 COURTESY OF: Mrs. Arhopulos 12TH MAN INN North Gate A. P. BOYETT, JR. ol CAMPUS THEATRE North Gate