The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, June 07, 1956, Image 4

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i The Battalion PAGE 4 .. College Station (Brazos County), Texas Thursday, June 7, 1956 BSU Collects $508 in Drive A total amount of $508.00 was received for the Baptist Student Union Summer Mission Offering campaign, according to Cliff Har ris, BSU Director. The total sur passed the goal of $500. Twenty student missionaries will be sent to fox’eign mission fields this summer as a result of this fund. Cushing Library Hours for Summer Summer hours for the Cushing Memorial Library have been an nounced by Robert A. Houze, li brarian. They are as follows: Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, 8 a.m. to 12 noon. Sunday, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. BATTALION CLASSIFIED WANT AD RATES One day .... 20 per word 10 per word each additional day Minimum charge—400 DEADLINES 5 p.m. day before publication Classified Display 800 per column inch each insertion PHONE VT 6-6415 For Sale FOR SALE (1) 1937 Chevrolt Truck, 1% ton. May be seen at Entomology Research Laboratory or by calling Victor 6-5922. Sealed bids will be received in the Office of the Busi ness Manager, College Administra tion Building until 10:30 a.m., June 25, 1956. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids and to waive any and all technicalities. Address Business Manager, A. and M. Col lege Station, Texas, for further Texas, for further information. 143t2 One 1952 MG model TD. $750. Can be seen evenings, 902 Fairview, C.S. 143t4 Large Ward’s evaporative cool er, may cool entire apartment. $35.00; VI 6-4287, 4308 Maywood Drive- 143t2 1953 Ford 6—fordor with radio and heater, one owner car, $775.00. VI 6-4648. John G. McNeely. 143tf June Special, FREE with each $15.00 purchase of Sherwin-Will iams Paints, one trellis value $1.60 »r equivalent or with each of 5 gallons Sherwin - Williams paint you will receive FREE one extra gallon. COX LUMBER COMPANY, 2705 South College Avenue, phone TA 3-3145. • 142t4 108 aci'e farm near Madisonville. Mrs. Lee, VI 6-5395 from 8 to 5 p. m. 142t3 Wanted to Buy Three or four drawer metal fil- fTig cabinet. VI 6-5848. 142t3 Work Wanted Neat accurate typist desires typ ing in my home. Own electric type writer. VI 6-5805. 142tf Attention Working Mothers! All Day nursery, $25.00 month. Also j&aby sitting by hour, 35 cents. VI 6-4142 or 304 W. Dexter. 128tf Guaranteed radio and appliance repair. C-13-D College View. 81tf Typing wanted to do in my home. Mrs. C. E. Carlson, Jr. Phone TA 2-3532 after 5 p.m. lOOtf Special Notice Will take care of child or child ren in my home, B-5-Z College View. 141t3 Help Wanted Lady with a pleasant pei-sonality to supervise catering affairs in the MSC Food Department. Prefer college background in Home Eco nomics or Institption Management. Age 21 to 35 years. Unusual work ing hours which will include a great deal of night work. Contact in person only, Mrs. Adams, Direc tor’s Office, Memorial Student Center. 143tl Waitress wanted. Hours 6 a.m. — 3 p.m. Apply in person West ern Restaurant. Interested in em ploying Aggie Wife. 126tf Pets Dogs, cats boarded—low daily, weekly, monthly rates. Grooming, Puppies. Free pickup, delivery. BAYARD KENNELS, Highway 6 gouth. College. VI 6-5535. 70tf JUST ARRIVED! Shipment of Bettas Gold Crescent Platys and Velvet Red Swords. HANING’S TROPICAL FISH SHOP. C-15-X College View, VI 6-5683. 142t2 Female Help Wanted Beauty Operator, Edna’s Beauty Salon or Pruitt’s Beauty Shop. 135tf For Rent $40.00, 2 small furnished houses closes to college; $45.00, 1 nice unfurnished apartment, plenty of room and close to college; $47.50, 2 nice apartments, completely fur nished, close to college and South- side grocery store in College Sta tion. All plus utilities. Apply at 403 Jersey or call VI 6-5427. 143tf Small furnished apartment suit able for student and wife, utilities paid. $30.00 monthly. VI 6-4447. 143tf Furnished garage apartment near campus and shopping center, utilities paid—$35.00 monthly, 504 Guernsey- Late model typewriters, perform like new. Bryan Business Machine like new. BRYAN BUSINESS MACHINE, 429 South Main, Bry an. 143tf One bedroom furnished lower apartment in College Hills. Adults only. $55.00 without utilities. Phone VI 6-5031 after 6 p.m. 143tf Private apartment, furnished. $50. per month. Also nicely fur nished bedroom for rent. Call VI 6-5559- 141t3 Furnished duplex, very desirable; couple or couple with infant. Walk ing distance campus. $55.00 month plus utilities. Summer or perma nent. Phone TA 3-6785 or VI 6-6287. - 140tf 1 suite, sitting room, sleeping porch, private bath, garage, 2 meals per day, maid service. 1 southeast bedroom, private bath, 2 meals per day, maid service, gar age. Mrs. Maggie Parker, 200 Congress, Bryan, Phone TAylor 3-4375. 126tf Sewing machines, Pruitt Fabric Shop. 98tf Legal Notice incorporated within ring the ORDINANCE NO. 231 AN ORDINANCE RECEIVING CERTAIN TERRITORY ADJOINING THE LIMITS OF THE CITY INTO AND INCORPORA TING THE SAME AS A PART OF THE CITY OF COLLEGE STATION. TEXAS. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF COL LEGE STATION. TEXAS: Upon compliance with Article II. Sec tion 7 of the City Charter, the followii territory shall be ii city limit: Beginning : Woodland Estates Addition to the City of College Station. Texas. Thence S 45° E a distance of 1826 feet to the line between the Richard Carter and Morgan Rector Surveys. Thence S 45° W along the line between the Richard Carter and Morgan Rector Sur veys a distance of approximately 5280 feet to the northeast line of State Highway No. 6. Thence in a southeasterly direction along the northeast line of State Highway No. 6 a distance of 1124 feet. Thence S 45° W a distance of 100 feet to a fence comer in the southwest line of State Highway No. 6. This fence corner also being a common corner to the F. Dobrovolny land and the F. S. Kapchin- skie land. Thence approximately S 78° W along a fence line between the F. Dobrovolny and F. S. Kapchinskie land a distance of 1928 feet to a fence corner. Thence S 45° E along a fence line a distance of 994 feet to a telephone pole for corner. This comer also being located N 45° W 804 feet from the most westerly comer of the Morgan Smith land. Thence S 45° W a distance of 1250 feet to the northeast line of a new road (Glade Street). Hhence in a southeasterly direction along the fence line on the northeast line of said new road a distance of 552 feet to the intersection of the northeast line of the new road with the southeast line of On- Street. . Thence S 45° W along the southeast line of Orr Street a distance of 50 feet to the northeast line of The Knoll Addition to the City of College Station. Texas. Thence N 45° W a distance of 392 feet to the east corner of the Charlie Schwartz land. Thence S 45° W along the southeast line of the said Schwartz land a distance of approximately 1490 feet to the south cor- pftr of the said Schwartz land. Thence along the present city limits to ig. . Passed, approved, and ordered published >ng the point of beginning ■ed. this Uie 30th day of May. 1956. A pproved: S./Ernest Langford Mayor * i Attest: S. N M. McGinnis City Secretary Dr. Carlton R. Lee OPTOMETRIST SOSA East 26th Call TA 2-1662 for Appointment (Across from Court House) OFFICIAL NOTICES GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY—Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fincher of 700 Dexter Drive in College Hills celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary yesterday. They were honored at a family celebration at the home of Mrs. Lois Rogers of College Station, who is one of their three daughters. The others are Mrs. Alvis Austin of Baton Rouge, La. and Mrs. Claire Harrison of Austin. There are six grandchildren and a great-grandchild. Geology Department Announces Awards The Department of Geology, has announced the following winners, at the annual awards ceremonies: Eddie V. Gray, Harold E. Cur tis, Harvey W. Wende, and Hulon M. Madeley, - are winners of the George P. Mitchell scholarship a- wards. Mitchell is a graduate, class of ’38 .Houston. The scholar ship award winners were selected by the faculty of the department on a basis of scholarship and achi evement in college activities. The Magnolia Petroleum Com pany Scholarship “to encourage, assist and recognize an outstand ing student in the field of geophy sics,” was won by George L. Ris- ien. The award is for $400 plus tuition and fees to a miximum of $500. The recipient is a junior student. He was selected by the Magnolia Petroleum Company Scholarship Committee from stu dents nominated by the Faculty Committee of the Department of Geology. The Department also re ceived $400. The presentations were made by H. E. Cranberry of Dallas, representing Magnolia. The Socony Mobil Oil Company scholarship, essentially an honors award, based on merit, interest in the petroleum industry and ca- i-eer potentiality, went to Eddie V. Gray, a junior student. The re cipient was selected by the Socony Mobil Oil Company Scholarship- Fellowship Committee and is for $400 plus tuition and fees to a maximum of $500. The Depart ment also received $400. The George P. Mitchell Fellow ship Award, went to Gerald B. Morris of Dallas, a senior in geol ogy “who has achieved the high est scholastic record” and to Char les H. Ritchey of Lafayette, La., a senior in geology “who has made the most improvement in his aca demic work.” The Houston Geological Society Award of $500 cash and a paid-up membership for one year in the Society was won by Morris also. The Michel T. Halbouty Scholar ships of $500 each went to out standing graduates who desire to take advantage of a year’s work in the field of geology. The winners were, Douglas D. Mounce and Ger- ar telephoned so as to arrive In the Offlw of Student Piiblieatinns (Ground Floo) YMCA. VI 6-6415. hours 8-12, 1-5, dalb Monday thrmiKh Friday) at or before th« deadline of 1 p.m. of the day precedins iiblication — Director of Student Publlca- ons. pul) llor PROMPT RADIO SERVICE — Call — SOSOLIK’S RADIO AND TV SERVICE 713 8. Main 84. (Aernaa from Railroad Tower) PHONE TA 1-1941 BRYAN How Christian Science Heals “HEALING OF GOITER THROUGH RELIANCE ON GOD” WTAW (118# he.) Tuesday 9:45 a.m. RENT A TENNA All Wave Antenna with Rotor — CALL — The Radio Shop TA 2-2819 303 W. 26th BRYAN aid B. Morris. The Leonard Gage Larsen Me morial Fund, variable cash award resulting from income of $10,000 permanent endowment fund were given by H. Larsen of Dallas in memory of his son, class of ’39, who gave his life in military ser vice in World War II. Awards of $100 each were presented to Jos eph M. Egar, Stanley A. Mostel- ler, Donald H. Sheffield, Kenneth L. Sliger, and William E. Sweet Jr. The Geology Faculty Award from George P. Mitchell, for $150 cash to a teacher in the Depart ment of Geology, went to Shirley A. Lynch, head of the department. An award of the reference book, “Structural Geology o f North America” by Eardley, was pre sented by the staff of the Depart ment to Merril F. Cobb “for his splendid aid and continued partic ipation in the preparation of the material for the Mother’s Day ex hibit.” The Geology club presented an appreciation gift of a steam iron to Mrs. Milton A. Byer of College Station “for the gracious and con tinued aid to the Geology club.” Little League Week’s Summary Following the completion of the first two big double-headers of the College Station Little League sche dule, the Student Co-op Orioles and the Marion Pugh Lumber Company White Sox find them selves sitting atop the loop stand ings with unblemished 2-0 marks. The Black’s Pharmacy Senators and the Veterans Wars Red Sox are tied for third and last places in the four-club league with 0-2 re cords. Results of the games played thus far are as follows: Orioles— 8, Senators—7; White Sox—12, Red Sox—2; Orioles—6, Red Sox— 2; White Sox—6, Senators—3. The Senators’ Larry Godfrey paces the league’s batters with a perfect 1.000 mark, but he has only two official times at bat. Joe Olian, of the Sepators, is hitting .750; the White Sox’ Danny Feld man is clouting .667; Larry Ran dolph, of the Orioles, is batting .571; The Red Sox’ Eldon Hagler | and the Senators’ Larry Lewis are each swatting .400. Randolph leads the loop in hits, 4, and Feldman tops the others in R.B.I. and is tied with team-mate Harold Coonev for the most runs 14. Randolph also is first in two- i base hits and in total bases. Olian I leads the league in stolen bases. • KNGrNTKRING AND ARCHITFUTIRAI. St'FPIJFa • Bl.rr LINE PRINTS • BLUR PRINTS • PHOTOSTATS SCOATES INDUSTRIES M3 014 Salp#nr Springs Boa4 BRYAN', TEXAS R&B DRIVING RANGE — Is Now Open — Mon. thru Fri. — 4 P.M. till? Sat. & Sun. — 10 A.M. till? Fin Feather Rd. Bryan OPEN FOR ALL BANQUETS, DINNERS RECEPTIONS, WEDDINGS AND LUNCHEONS MAGGIE PARKER DINING HALL TA 2-5089 “The Oaks” — TA 3-4375 B R Y X N Get in on our « • • • • 3doz.$1.00 7 for $1.00 3 for $1.00 4 for $1.00 Budget Buj r —Grade A MEDIUM EGGS Libby—303 Can APPLESAUCE . . . Libby—No. 2 1 /> Can FRUIT COCKTAIL .... Libby—No. 2 Can CRUSHED PINEAPPLE . . Libby—No. 211 Can—PEACH, PEAR or APRICOT NECTAR . 8 for $1.00 Libby—46 Oz. Can PINEAPPLE JUICE . Libby—303 Can CUT GREEN BEANS Libby—303 Can—Cream Style GOLDEN CORN . . Libby—303 Can GARDEN SWEET PEAS Libby—14 Oz. Bottle CATSUP ..... Libby’s TOMATO SAUCE . • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • ® • • • • • • • • • • • • • « • Libby—12 Oz. Can LUNCHEON MEAT Libbv—15 Oz. Jar SWEET PICKLES . Libby—300 Can BUCKEYE PEAS . Libby—303 Can PEACHES-Halves or Sliced 8 Oz. Can GLADIOU BISCUITS 12 Oz. Jar BAMA GRAPE JAM . . White NORTHERN TISSUE . 16 Oz. Can—Libby’s SPANISH RICE . No. 1 Can BONNIE DOG FOOD . * • • <»•••• ■fa Frozen Food fa Libby—-6 Oz. Can Orange Juice . 7 -$1.00 Libby—10 Oz. Can Strawberries . 4-$1.00 Libby—8 Oz. Pkg. Meat Pies ... 5 - $1.00 4 for $1.00 6 for $1.00 6 for $1.00 5 for $1.00 5 for $1.00 13 cans $100 3 for $1.00 4 for $1.00 8 for $1.00 . 5 for $1.00 .11 for $1.00 . 5 for $1.00 . 12 for $1.00 . 7 for $1.00 . 16 for $1.00 Produce Bananas ... 8 lbs. $1.00 Horticulture Farm—Golden Bantam Sweet Corn . . doz. 29c Golden Yellow Cantaloupes . . . lb. 4c Fresh Peaches 2 lbs. 35c First of the Season — Horticulture Farm Home Grown • . . TOMATOES r WeaL EINERS-Armours Star 3 lbs. $1.10 BaCOn-Armours Crescent Sliced 3 lbs. $1.00 Pure Pork Sausage-Armours Star 3 1 lb. pkgs. $1.00 Fryers-Heart O Texas Fancy lb. 39< Pot Roast-Choice Veal lb. 33c HENS-Fresh Dressed lb. 35c MILLER’S SUPER MARKET Sunday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday—7 a.m. to 9 p.m. SPECIALS FOR THU RS., FRI. AND SATURDAY — JUNE 7-8-9