The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, June 28, 1956, Image 5

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jAV\\ "fcrfhe ®i dollar-wise I M7s hoppers GROCERIES 303 Can COMSTOCK PIE SLICED APPLES I9c 10 Oz. Can LIBBY FROZEN STRAWBERRIES 4 cans $1.00 60 Count—Cello Pkg. ELCOR ASSORTED COLOR NAPKINS 10c DEL DIXI SOUR OR DILL PICKLES . . qt. jar 25c TOWIE THROWN STUFFED OLIVES . . 6oz. jar 35c BRE AST- O - Cl IK K EN CHUNK TUNA. . half can 25c SUGAR - IMPERIAL . . ; 5 lb. bag 46c CUT RITE WAX PAPER 125 ft. roll 22c LIBBY PINEAPPLE JUICE 46 oz. can 25c LIPTON TEA Vi lb. 34c GLADIOLA BISCUITS - 8 oz. can 2 for 19c PANTRY MAIDE OLEO -1 lb. pkg . 2 for 35c RATH LUNCHEON MEAT 12 oz. can 33c RATH VIENNA SAUSAGE - ^ can 2 for 33c RATH POTTED MEAT - 14 can 2 for 15c RATH PIGS FEET -14 oz. jar 27c ROSEDALE LIMA BEANS - 303 can 2 for 29c Small Can KOBEY SHOESTRING POTATOES .... 2 cans 19c BAMA PEANUT BUTTER -- 9 oz. tumbler 19c BAMA GRAPE JAM--20oz.Dec. Tumbler 29c LILLY MELLORINE half gallon 59c Frozen Foods Libby’s—6 Oz. Can Orange Juice . 2 for 29c Libby’s 8 Oz. Pkg. Meat Pies 19c Gorton’s—1 Lb. Package Ocean Perch 37c Produce Firm—Large Head Jumbo Lettuce .... 15c Fresh Home Grown Cantaloupes . . . lb. 4c Fresh Texas Peaches. 2 lbs. 25c Fresh Thompson Seedless Grapes . lb. 19c MEATS Armour’s Star SHANK END BUTT END Cured Ham "> 45< »> 49 Black Hawk Canned Ham Sale ll/ 2 LB. MINIATURE HAM 33/4 LB. FAMILY HAM 63/4 LB. PARTY HAM . Per tin S1.69 . Per tin §3.49 . Per tin §5.98 Black Hawk Sliced Bacon lb. 45c Black Hawk All Meat Franks lb. 35c Lean Veal Round Steak lb. 49c Lean Veal Pot Roast lb. 27c Fresh Ground Meat lb. 25c 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. The Battalion .... College Station (Brazos County), Texas Thursday, June 28, 1956 PAGE 5 Churches Schedule Services A new minister and an assistant minister are in the pulpit of two local churches this Sunday conduct ing the services. Another local church will hold a joint church service with the congregation of a Kurten church in the schedule of Sunday activities. Church of the Nazarene The Rev. James Farris, formerly of La Marque Church of the Naza rene, will take over the pulpit Sun day in 11 a.m. worship seiwices. Church School will begin at 10 a.m. The Nazarene Young People’s So ciety will meet at 7:15 p.m. fol lowed by Evangelistic Services at 8. Wednesday vespers will begin at 7:30 p.m. St. Thomas Episcopal Church Roger Cilley, a recent graduate of the Episcopal Theological Semi nary of the Southwest in Austin, has come to the Chapel as Assist ant Minister and will preach his first sermon at 9:30 a.m. Sunday. He will be ordained a Deacon in the Episcopal Church on July 6. Holy Communion will be observed at 8 and 9:30 a.m. while Church School will meet at 9:30 a.m. Ice tea will be served in the Parish Hall following the 9:30 a.m. service. Faith Evangelical and Reformed Church There will be no church service or’ School Sunday at the church. Instead, the congregation will join in a united worship service with Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church in Kurten, on the Kurten school grounds at 10:30 a.m. Aft- erwards, the two congregations will join in a picnic dinner with recrea tion for men, women and children in the afternoon. Christian Science Society Sunday School will begin at 9:30 a.m. followed by worship services at 11. The reading room is open from 2:30 to 5 p.m. Monday. Wed nesday evening services will be held at 8. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Services will be held at 10 a.m. Sunday in the YMCA Chapel. A&M Christian Church Dr. W. C. Jones will have “Two Gods” as his sermon topic for 11 a.m. worship services Sunday. Church School at 9:45 a.m. will follow coffee time at 9:30. Board of Officers will meet at 8:30 a.m. in the church office. St. Mary’s Catholic Chapel Mass is said every weekday at 6 a.m. Confessions will be heard from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Saturday and preceding Sunday Mass which is said at 7 and 9 a.m. Wesley Foundation Vespers \vill be held from 7 to 7:15 tonight in the sanctuary of the A&M Methodist Church. Aggie Sunday School Class will meet at 9:45 a.m. Sunday with Dr. Bob Shrode conducting the instructions. Bethel Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod) The Rev. Paul Schroeder will conduct the 10:45 a.m. services Sunday in the absence of the Rev. William C. Peterson. Rev. Peter son, pastor, is attending a confer ence in St. Paul, Minn. There will be no vespers Wednesday during the pastor’s absence. Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church Dean A. C. Streng will preach on “May God aid us to make our Gov ernment • worthy in his Sight” at 10:45 a.m. services Sunday. Holy Communion will be observed. Dean Streng is Dean of Texas Lutheran College in Seguin, Texas. Church Board Awards Contracts Specials for Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sun., Mon., Tues. — June 28, 29, 30 — July 1, 2, 3 Construction contracts totaling $1,151,781.59 were awarded by the Board of Directors of the A&M System at their meeting Saturday morning. More than half of the total con struction will be on the campus at A&M, the rest spread over the Sys tem. Revenue bond; issues, , pf which $500,000 is for use at College Sta tion, totalled $920,000. .The $520,-. 000 at A&M \vill be used for the Power Plant; $.420,000 went for : use at Arlington State College at Arlington. One construction contract was increased by $9,270, two totalling $49,902 were confirmed and the Chancellor was authorized t o award a contract for $63,541, pend ing the signing of an agreement. Contracts awarded for work at A&M included one to W. E. ]£utzschbach Company, Bryan, for construction of underground elec tric lines and an east-side substa tion on a bid of $158,876; to Meyer Blanke Company, St. Louis, Mo. for major items of equipment at the creamery, $40,252.59; to Henry Vogt Co., Louisville, Ky., for steam generator at the power plant, $175,488; to DeLaval Steam Tur bine Co., Trenton, N. J. for 5,000- kilo watt generator, $292,760; Con denser Service and Engineering Co., Hoboken, N. J., for 6,750 square foot condenser, $53,715. Contracts awarded since the last board meeting to Wood-Leppaid Air Conditioning Co., Houston, for air-conditioning the basement of the college administration building, a lecture room at Nagle Hall and alternations at the Memorial Stu dent Center, $29,310, was confirm ed. The Chancellor was authorized, upon completion of a pending agreement with the United States Department of Agriculture, to award a contract for air-condition ing two floors of the USDA build ing to Way Engineering Co., of Houston, on a bid of $63,541. Kutschback of Bryan was award ed a contract for constructing a steam tunnel extension at Prairie View on a bid of $15,545; Childs Construction Co., Fort Worth, con tract for building a new women’s dormitory at Arlington, $404,250; Haws and Garrett, Fort Worth, new accoustical ceiling for the auditorium at Tarleton State Col lege, $10,895. Contract awarded Owens and Burkett Co., Houston, for repairs at Prairie View, $20,- 592, was confirmed and a contract of Owens and Burkett for repairs to Woodruff Hall at Prairie View was increased by $9,270. Appropriations by the board at Satux-days’ meeting totalled $1,- 296,070.31. This includes construc tion for which contxacts were awarded, not covered by previous appropi'iations, and including $300,- 000 for maintenance, repairs and altei'ation of existing buildings at RENT A TENNA AD Wave Antenna with Rotor — CALL — The Radio Shop TA 2-2819 303 W. 26th BRYAN A&M during the coming year. This included $21,000 for new class room equipment and moving of Civil Engineering Department to new quarters; $50,000 for remodel ing Nagle Hall for use of the School of Arts and Sciences; $69,- 000 for greenhouse construotion for Agronomy, Plant Psysiology and Pathology; $9,700 for the cur rent year and $57,100 for next year for work in Oceanography Department. Power plant Revenue bonds for; A&M in the amount: of $500,000 were sold pointly to Rotan, Mosle Co., Houston; Underwood and Neu- haus, Houston and Austin; Hart and Parvin, Houston: This joint bid was the lowest for a weighted average annual interest rate of 3.249004 per-cent. Dormitory rev enue bonds for Arlington State College were soild jointly to First Southwest Co., Dallas; Rauscher, Pierce and Co. Inc., Dallas; and M. E. Allison and Co., San An tonio. Their weighted average an nual intex-est rate was 4.12441 pei - - ce«t. Contx-acts for printing the bonds went to the Steck Co., Austin, on a bid of $184 for the A&M bonds; Ax-lington bond printing went to the Helms Printing Co. Inc., Dal las for $200. School is hfeld at 9:30 a.m. Luther League will meet at 7:30 p.m. Mon day and the Brotherhood will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. A congre gational picnic is planned for July 11 at 7 p.m. on the church grounds. All Aggies are invited to the picnic for which food will be furnished by the congx-egation. Church of Christ Mont Whitson, pastor, will speak on “Reverence” at 10:45 a.m. sex-vices Sunday. Church School will begin at 9:45 a.m. “Respect of Person” is the title from this week’s evening service on the se izes of Studies from James. Young People’s Class will meet at 6:15 p.m. followed by evening sex-vice at 7:15. Midweek services will be held at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday and Ladies Bible closs will meet at 10 a.m. Thursday in the church build ing. First Baptist Church Rev. Robex-t Longshore will con duct the 11 a.m. wox-ship service Sunday following church school at 9:40. Training Union will begin at 7 p.m. with worship service follow ing at 8. Wednesday teacher’s meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. preceding the 7:30 prayer meeting. A&M Methodist Chux-ch Rev. Nolan Vance will conduct the 10:55 a.m. worship sex-vices Sunday following Church, School at 9:45. Intermediate and Senior MYF will be held at 5:45 and 6:30 p.m. i-espectively. A&M Presbyterian Church “The Forerunners of the Com munion Service” is the sermon of the Rev. Norman Anderson at the 8:45 a.m. worship services Sunday. Church School will follow at 9:45 a.m. Holy Communion will be ob served at the worship service. College Heights Asseixibly of God Wox-ship services will be held at 11 a.m. Sunday follow-ixxg Church School at 9:45. Chx-ist Ambassa dors will meet at 6:30 p.m. px-eced- ing the evening worship at 7:30. BATTALION CLASSIFIED WANT AD KATES One day .... 2^ per word Lt per word each additional day Minimum charge—40< DEADLINES 5 p.m. day before publication Classified Display 80< per column inch each insertion PHONE VI 6-6415 * Female Help Wanted Beauty Operator, Edna’s Beauty Salon or Px-uitt’s Beauty Shop. 135tf For Bent Will share my home with a coup le of widowed mothers and child- x-en. Also keep children day or night. Have automatic washer. All for very low rates. Mrs. Margaret McNeil, 501 Thompson, College Station. 144t3 For Sale One lot of (66) bicycles, com plete and pax-ts, in vax-ious condi tions. May be seen by contacting Campus Security Office. Sealed bids will be received in the Office of the Business Managei', College Administx-ation Building until 10:30 a.m.,‘July 2, 1956. The right is reserved to x-eject any and all bids and to waive any and all technicali ties. Address Business Managei-, A. and M. College of Texas, Col lege Station, Texas, for further in- fox-mation. 145t2 Fux-nished apartment, newly pa pered with garage. Near college. VI 6-5431. 144tf A nice bedroom for gentleman or lady. $5.50 weekly, VI 6-5559. 200 Meadow Lane. 144t6 $40.00, 2 small fuimished houses closes to college; $45.00, 1 nice unfurnished apartment, plenty of i*oom and close to college; $47.50, 2 nice apartments, completely fux-- nished, close to college and South- side grocery store in College Sta tion. All plus utilities. Apply at 403 Jex-sey or call VI 6-5427. 143tf Window Fan—$25. College View B-2-Y. VI 6-4394. I44t6 Two stox-y, 3 bedroom, den 2% bath on 2 acx-e lot. 1015 Walton Drive, College Hills Estate. $17,550. G.I. $450. down. VI 6-6459 after noon. 144t3 Late model typewriters, peifox-m like new. Bxwan Business Machine like new. BRYAN BUSINESS MACHINE, 429 South Main, Bry an. 143tf 1953 Fox-d 6—fox-dor with x-adio and heatex*, one owner' car, $775.00. VI 6-4648. John G. McNeely. 143tf Fux-nished duplex, very desirable; couple ox* 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 Work Wanted Expei’ienced Christian lady wants px-actical nuxsing. Will baby sit day or night. TA 2-5431. 144t3 1 suite, sitting room, sleeping porch, private bath, garage, 2 meals per day, maid service. 1 southeast bedi-oom, private bath, 2 meals per day, maid service, gar age. Mrs. Maggie Parker, 200 Congress, Biyan, Phone TAylor 3-4375. 126tf Neat accux-ate typist desii'es typ ing in my home. Own electx-ic type writer. VI 6-5805. 142tf Attention Working Mothers! All Day nursexy, $25.00 month. Also ^aby sitting by hour, 35 cents. IT 6-4142 or 304 W. Dexter. 128tf Sewing machines, Pxmitt Fabric Shop. 98tf ’ For the summer, fux-nished com- fox-table home. Reasonable per sons. Phone VI 6-4251. 146t2 Guaranteed radio and appliance repair. C-13-D College View. 81tf Nice fux-nished, four I'oom apart ment, North Gate. $60 plus util ities, 306 Second Street, College. VI 6-5481. 146tl Typing wanted to do in my nome. Mrs. C. E. Carlson, Jr. Phone TA 2-3532 after 5 p.m. lOOtf Washing and ironing and baby sitting in our home. Margaret Mc Neil, 501 Thompson, College Sta tion. 1 One x'oom furnished apartment, with kitchen and bath. Separate entrance. $40.00 month. Utilities paid. Near East Gate. Phone VI 6-6162. 146t2 • ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURAL SUPPLIES • BLUE LINE PRINTS • BLUE PRINTS • PHOTOSTATS SCOATES INDUSTRIES M3 Old Sulphur Spring* Road BRYAN, TEXAS 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 — Call — SOSOLIK’S RADIO AND TV SERVICE 713 8. Main 81. (AtroM from Railroad Tower) PHONE TA 2-1*41 BRYAN Dr. Carlton R. Lee OPTOMETRIST • 303A East 26th 3all TA 2-1662 for Appointment (Across from Court House) Male Help Wanted Experienced butcher and expex’- ienced checker for part time week end work. No Sundays. FOOD TOWN, 516 No. Main Street, Bry an. 144tf Help Wanted Waitress wanted. Hours 6 a.m. — 3 p.m. Apply in person West- ex-n Restaux-ant. Intex-ested in em ploying Aggie Wife. 126tf Wanted, Maid mornings to caxe for 2 children. House chox-es. Health caxd and references desix'ecl- B-15-C C.V. 146tl Pets AKC Registex-ed Daschund pup pies. 400 W. Dextex-, College Sta tion, South of college campus. VI 6-7247. 144tf Dogs, cats boarded—low daily, veekly, monthly rates. Grooming, Puppies. Free pickup, delivei-y. 3AYARD KENNELS, Highway 6 South, College. VI 6-5535. 70tf Lost An Aggie Ring, class ’51. Left in rest room of Memox-ial Student Center. Please return to Edwin P. Lloyd, VI 6-4474. Reward. 145t2 Red billfold, vicinity of College View. Please x-etum billfold and contents to Mai-joxie Swearingen, C-9-C College View, VI 6-5217. 146tl Special Notice Does your bathx-oom need tiling ? Call TY TILE COMPANY for fxoe estimates. VI 6-4462. 145tf SUL BOSS LODGE. NO. 1300 A.F. * A.M. College Station Colled meeting Thursday, June 2Sth. at 7 p.m. Worfc in MM degree. Members and visiting brethren welcome. L P. Dulaney. W.M. N. M. McGinn Secy OFFICIAL NOTICES or telephoned so •* to arrive In the Office of Student Publications (Ground Flool VMCA. VI 6-6115. hours 8-12, 1-5. dailj Monday through Friday) at or before tht, deadline of X p.m. of the day preceding publication — Director of Student Publisa- tiona. Applications for degrees are now Xjei students who e summer session are ex pectin Ws. m Hue . accepted at the Registrar's Office from all ect to graduate at the peel (Augusti. Students who < peeling to complete the requirements for either a Baccalaureate or Master"* De gree during the summer session, by the Office should call the Registrar no later d file formal app cation for their degree. 14516 H. L. Heaton, Registrar IHS? DISCO VJ HTTAW ience Heal HEALTH REGAINED BY DISCOVERING GOD” WTAW <11541 kc.> Tuesday 9:45 a.m.