The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, August 09, 1956, Image 3

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The Battalion .... College Station (Brazos County), Texas Thursday, August 9, 1956 PAGE 3 CS RECREATION COUNCIL BOWLING TROPHY WINNERS — Winners of the local bowling awards presented last week in the MSC with awards are (left to right) Jimmy McDonald, Cheryl Yost, winners in the 8-11 year age bracket; Andy Ruffino, Linda Rodgers, winners in the 12-16 age bracket. Behind them standing are Dr. Luther Jones, president of the council, Lou McDonald, John M. Geiger, instructors. cmozs... (the GREEKS had a word for if) the word is COMFORT yours when you fly CONTINENTAL AIR LINES DALLAS 1 hr. 40 mins. LUBBOCK 4 hrs. 8 mins. NEW YORK* 8 hrs. 21 mins. *V/o connecting airline Call Continental at VI 6*4789. Continental Ulir JLM1VJES This is your bill...what should it include? It should cover the cost of rendering the service—wages and materials—plus a small profit. Other people need a profit to stay in business and so do we. Ours does a double job. It pays a reasonable return to those whose money is already invested in the telephone company and it thereby attracts new investment money to pay for the improvements and expansion our customers continually want. The profit we need is small... but it is vitally important to every user of the telephone. CS Swimmers Take Third In AAU Meet College Station swimmers, led by John Harrington, who received the Little Kneip Me morial Award, took third place in the Texas AAU Swimming and Diving' Championship Meet held in San Antonio during the past weekend. Competing against some of the top swimmers in the state, the local tankers were beaten out of the run ner-up spot by the Dads Club of Houston by just three points. San Antonio won the meet. Twice named to the All-American swimming Team, Harrington, a senior at A&M Consolidated, was the winner of the Kneip award for “sportsmanship, team work, dili gence, cooperation, and perform ance.” In individual events, he captured second in the 110 yard backstroke and 440 yard medley and took a third place in the 220 yard backstroke. The men’s 440 yard medley relay team o f Harrington, Tetsuo Okamoto, Jerry Mount, and Jim Covan placed second and the same group took third in the freestyle relay. In the 880 yard freestyle, Okamoto came in first. He captured second in the 440 yard freestyle; and third in the 440 yard individual medley. In the 110 yard fi'eestyle, Mount took third and he finished sixth in the 110 yard butterfly. Gail Schlesselman finished third in the 220 yard breast stroke, as her two-year-old record in that event was broken. She also came in third in the 110 yard butterfly and fifth in the 440 yard individual medley. Two second places were accoun ted for by Martha Shawn, as she took the runner-up spot in the 220 yard baskstroke and in the 110 yard backstroke. Ann Cleland captured fifth in the 220 yard breast stroke. Judy Litton took a seventh place in the 440 yard freestyle. The relay team of Ann, Gail, Martha, and Judy took third in the 440 yard medley relay. The same quartet with one exception, Ann Schlesselman instead of Ann Cle land, finished sixth in the 440 yard freestyle relay. Two other local swimmers, com peting unattached, also won some points although they did not count toward the College Station team total. Orlando Cossani and his wife Eileen took a second, two thirds, and a fifth place in their events. Five of Coach Art Adamson’s tankers, John, Gail, Judy, Martha and Ann Cleland competed in the Southern US Junior Olympics in Houston last week. Outstanding showings were turned in by John who won first in the 100 meter baskstroke, and Gail, who set a new record in the prelims of the 100 meter butterfly although com ing in second in the finals. The Grove Schedule Thursday THE HUMAN JUNGLE starring Gary Merrill and Jan Sterling. Monday DOWN THREE DARK Streets with Broderick Crawford, Ruth Roman and Martha Hyei’. Tuesday TRIAL, starling Glenn Ford, Dorothy McGuire and Arthur Kennedy. Wednesday AFRICAN QUEEN, an Academy Award Winner, starring Humphrey Bogart. Well, Mr. Smarty, who knows a good way to clean clothes with gasoline. . . . Maybe next time you’ll send them to — CAMPUS CLEANERS GROCERIES doz. 55c doz. 35c . lb. 98c MAYFIELD’S GRADE AA LARGE EGGS . . MAYFIELD’S GRADE A BUDGET BUY EGGS MARYLAND CLUB COFFEE PET EVAPORATED MILK . . . . IMPERIAL SUGAR . . . SNOWDRIFT SHORTENING . LIBBY FROZEN STRAWBERRIES GLADIOLA BISCUITS . . COMSTOCK PIE SLICED APPLES HILLSDALE SLICED PINEAPPLE . . 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SQUARE BOX MELLORINE . y 2 gallon 48c 49c FROZEN FOODS LIBBY Orange JUICE 6-oz. can 2 for 25c LIBBY MEAT PIES 8-oz. pkg. 19c GORTON’S FISH STICKS Big 8-oz. pkg. 37c PRODUCE CALIFORNIA LONG WHITE POTATOES 10-lb. bag 69c THOMPSON SEEDLESS GRAPES 2 lbs. 29c FRESH VALENTINE Green BEANS 2 lbs. 35c MEATS Lean Veal Chops Lean Veal Roast Fresh Ground Meat Lean Veal Round Steak Lean Pork Ribs Heart' of Texas Fryers Hormel Dairy Bacon Lb. 47c Lb. 23c Lbs. 49c Lb. 63c Lb. 29c Lb. 39c Lb. 49c 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 THURS. — FRI. — SAT. — AUGUST 9 - 10 & 11