The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, April 04, 1956, Image 4

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THE BATTALION Wednesday, April 4, 1956 Page 4 OPEN FOR ALL BANQUETS, DINNERS RECEPTIONS, WEDDINGS AND LUNCHEONS MAGGIE PARKER DINING HALL TA 2-5089 “The Oaks” — TA 3-4375 BRYAN BATTALION CLASSIFIED WANT AD RATES On* day 2* per word If per word each additional day Minimum charge—40f DEADLINES 5 p.m. day before publication Classified Display 80f per column inch each insertion PHONE VI 6-6415 For Sale REAL ESTATE—Tf you have n pood credit how about this—$100 down. $100 per month for 10 months then nawments reduced: will buv practically new, two bed room home, good location, Colleyp Station. VI G-7192. 11 Obi Two niece living room suite. Phone VI G-6492. 110t4 Summer Serge tailored uniform, shirt 15 x 33, nants 31 v 33. extra good, $22.50. Project Housing 3D after 5 p.m. Ideal house for college couple. Location near campus. Newly re decorated and reasonably priced. VT 6-6763. 107tf Late model All-State motor ycooter. 701 Gilchrist, College Sta tion. 105tf For Rent TTnusually cool one bedroom fur nished apartment in College Hills. $75.00 ner month, bills paid. Adults only. Phone VI 6-5031. 109tf Sewing machines, Pruitt Fabric Shop. 98tf Pets | Dogg, cats hoarded—low daily, weekly, monthly rates. Grooming. Punnies. Free pickup, delivery. BAYARD KENNELS. Highway R "South, College. VI 6-5535. 70tf Work Wanted Guaranteed radio and appliance lepair. C-13-D College View. 81tf Typing wanted to do in mv home. Mrs. C. E. Carlson. Jr Phone TA 2-3532 after 5 p.m. lOOtf • KTVnrVfCKRTVO AND ARCHTTKrrrTTRAT, SrrPPI.TRB • BT.tTF I.INE PRINTS • M.UB PRINTS « PHOTOSTATS SCOATES INDUSTRIES MS OM Sntpirar Sprtnr* tt«MI BBTAN, TEXAS Help Wanted Aggies to work part time, Wed nesday, Friday mornings or after noons. Prefer someone available also during summer. Must have car. Call VI 6-5535. 109t3 Special Notice Stock on hand of the following items being closed out at COST PRICES. Lowe Brothers paints, doors and windows, sash balances and sash weights, corrugated roof ing, V-crimp roofing, metal siding, bronze screen wire, chromtrim al uminum moulding, one Skil power saw, poultry and rabbit f<mce, non- elimable lawn fence, 72” noultry netting, 60” chic-mesh wire. 6 image reinforcing mesh, wood shin gles. fire brick, round edge paving brick, half surface butts, several other items of Builders Hardware and miscellaneous items also to be closed out. COX LUMBER COM PANY, 2705 South College Ave.. Bryan. 106t8 Four-hour service on cleaning and pressing on request. Aggie Cleaners. North Gate. 93tl8 Persons interested in ioining an A&M European Tour should con tact Dr. Breitenkamp, Room 101A Academic Building. 90t23 OFFICIAL NOTICES Official notices must be broneht. mailed, or telephoned so as to arrive In the Office of Student Publications (207 Goodwin. VT hours 8-12. 1-5. dally Monday through Prldavl at or before the deadline of 1 n.m. of the dav preceding nnhllcalton. — Director of Student Publications. GRADUATE SCHOOT. Steve Edwin Davidson, candidate for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Soil Physics Will present his dissertation ‘‘Fac tors Influencing Swelling and Shrinking in Soils”, Thursday. April 5. 195R at 1:30 p.m. in the Graduate Council Room, Col lege Administration Building. Interested members of the faculty of the Graduate School are invited to be present. 110U to he present. l IDE P. TROTTER Dean ★ FINE FOOD * Z A R A P E Mexican-American 4 blks. E. of Hwy. 6 The Senior Ring Committee rules that the preliminary grades for the Spring Semester 1956 be considered as the final grade in determining a student’s eligibility to order the A. and M. ring. Such students may now leave their names with the ring clerk In the Registrar’s office. Their rec ords will be checked and eligibility for the ring will be determined by April 12th, 1956. Orders for the ring will be taken between April 12th and June 1st for July 10th delivery. The Ring Clerk Is on duty from 8:00 A.M. to 12 noon Tuesdays through Saturdays each week, Rings must be paid for in full when placing the order. Rings may be called for in person or will be mailed to the student at an additional charge of twenty-five cents. This must be paid gt the time the order is placed. H. Tj. Deaton Registrar 107U4 ALP DEPARTMENTS: Copies of the 1955-56 Student Directory are available 175 cents, each) at the Office of Student Publications, 207 Goodwin Hall. 72tf K&B DRIVING RANGE — Is Now Open — Mon. thru Fri. — 4 P.M. till? Sat. & Sun. — 10 A.M. till? Fin Feather Rd. Bryan PROMPT RADIO SERVICE — Cull — SOSOLIK’S RADIO AND TV SERVICE 713 R. Mnln Ht. (A«maa from Railroad Towar) PHONE TA 2-1A41 RRVAN Dr. Carlton R. Lee OPTOMETRIST 303A East 26th Call TA 2-1662 for Appointment (Across from Court House) Church Briefs Mid-Week Services Scheduled B’nai B’rith Hillel Foundation > Hillel cultural meeting will be held at 7:15 tonight in the YMCA. The program includes a short bus iness meeting to select the Hillel Duchess for the Cotton Ball. It will be followed by a film, “Song of the Negev”. The business meeting will be over before 8 p.m. for those who wish to attend the program at White Coliseum. Church of Christ Regular mid-week services a t 7:15 tonight will consist of prayer meeting and Bible study classes. First Baptist Church Supper at 6 will be followed at 6:30 by a teacher’s meeting tonight at the church. Prayer meeting will be held at 7:30. A&M Christian Church Disciples Student Fellowship will meet at 7:15 tonight in the YMCA. A&M Presbyterian Church Murray Milner will discuss the situation in South Africa tonight Social Whirl CIVIL ENGINEERING Wives Club will meet tonight at 7:55 in the lobby of the Memorial Student Center and go in group to the Nat “King” Cole Show. AGGIE WIVES BRIDGE CLUB will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the Memoi’ial Student Center. Hos tess will be Geoi’gia Johnson and Martha Godwin for beginners and Pat SVnith and Shirley Tschirhart for intermediates. * * * AERO WIVES CLUB will meet at 7:45 p.m. Thursday in the Aero Lounge. They will leave promptly for the Lone Star Gas Co. in Bryan for a cooking demonstration. * * * MECHANICAL ENGINEERING WIVES CLUB heard a talk on Civil Defense Monday night by Bennie Zinn, director of student affairs. Zinn told members of the emergency measures that should be taken for any disasters includ ing Atomic attack, tornadoes, etc. Consolidated (Continued from Page 3) Potts (6th), and Davis; for Nava- sota it was Paul Matney and Jim my Stolz. Last Thursday at Brenham, the Tigei's racked up their initial dis trict victory with a resounding 14- 5 pounding of the Brenham Cubs. Feldman went all the way, giving up eight hits, two walks and strik ing out nine. McGuire led the hit ting with 4 for 5, followed by Gar cia with 2 for 4 and Feldman with 2 for 5. Golf was the game Saturday as CHS took second place in the dis trict meet at the A&M golf course. Tomball won the meet with 555 to the Tiger foursome’s 579 team to tal. Bill Lewis was low for Con solidated with 89; Jimmy Holland had 93, Steadman Davis, 92, and Bill Hall, 105. CHS will go to the regional playoffs, however, as the top two teams are invited. r HEY AGGIES — DON’T DELAY Now Is The Time To Buy Your New 1956 . . . MERCURY or FORD GOOD DISCOUNTS ON STRAIGHT SALES MORE FOR YOUR TRADE IN For your convenience we have tried to work out some finance plans whereby it will make it easier for you to get your new car. For Example: TWO MONTHS GIVEN FROM DELIVERY DATE UNTIL YOU MAKE YOUR FIRST PAYMENT. — Or — YOUR FIRST THREE PAYMENTS AT ONLY $40.00 WITH THE REGULAR PAYMENTS STARTING FOUR MONTHS FROM THE TIME YOU TAKE DELIVERY. — Or — NO DOWN PAYMENT AT ALL IF YOU ARE A GRADUATING SENIOR IN R.O.T.C. AND HAVE YOUR ORDERS TO GO INTO THE SERVICE. Don’t say I can’t buy a car, come by and see one of our sales men at Bryan Motors, Highway 6 South. You will be surprised at some of the deals I can work out for you. Call at TA 2-1605 in the daytime or VI 6-7305 at night. Call for a demonstration ride at any time. If you dont’ want a new car we always have a large selection of clean used cars priced right. BRYAN MOTOR CO. at 7:10, to be followed by a dis cussion fellowship period. Wesley Foundation Communion breakfast and discus sion talks were held at 6 this morn ing and will be continued every Wednesday morning. The movie “In His Name” will be shown at the foundation at 7 tonight. Christian Science Society Services will be held tonight at 8 at the church, located at Patricia and Boyette Streets. St. Thomas Episcopal Chapel Canterbuiy Association will meet at 7:45 tonight while choir prac tice will be held at 7:30. St. Mary’s Catholic Chapel ^ Mass will be said at 5:15 to night. Bethel Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod) Vesper services will be held at 7:45 tonight at the church. College Heights Assembly of God Prayer meeting will be held at 7:30 tonight at the church. Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church Lutheran Students Association will meet at 7:15 tonight at .the church. Church of the Nazarene Services will be held at 7:30 to night at the church. U-PAK - M REMEMBER . . . for Eats Nick-Nacks, Cold Beverages OPEN 7 A.M. to 11 P.M. 38(M) So. College Cub Kills, ’37 Highway 6, South Bryan, Texas c/k 7T [ ft 11 r a* mk LOOK STUDENTS-* We have hundreds of combinations of special type for your Olympia Portable! (the fine, precision made portable). Also featuring the extra slip on type! BRYAN BUSINESS MACHINE CO. 429 SOUTH MAIN STREET BRYAN — TA 2-1328 . ■ A ,. Mmim § * JJ ' for young men V .JO*. Strap-Back Model for Slim, Trim Waist . . . Slender Ta pered Legs .. . Low-Waisted .. . Lee Twill. Good-looking . • • rugged . . . Sanforized . . . Zipper Fly Fashion’s Smartest Colors Black $4.45 L O U P O T ’ S I. SUPERIOR TASTE So good to your taste because of L&M’s superior tobaccos. Richer, tastier—espe cially selected for filter smoking. For the flavoryou want, here’* the filteryou need. RELAX WITH phusen * Mnu To»a<xo Co. So quick on the draw! Yes, the flavor comes clean—through L&M’s all,white Miracle Tip. Pure white inside, pure white outside for cleaner,better smoking. m V»r BIG RED LETTER DAY!