The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 23, 1956, Image 6

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T/Ve Battalion College Station (Brazos County), Texan PAGE 6 Tuesday, October 23, 1956 BSU Director \Newmanites Have In Belton for Week Cliff Harris, local Baptist Stu dent Union director, is serving this week on the Religious Focus Week team at Mary Hardin-Baylor Col lege in Belton. Theme for the week of religious emphasis is “God’s Way . . . Mine.” Harris, who will participate in classroom visitation, seminars and informal discussion groups, will be the main speaker for the chapel service on Thursday morning and will lead the seminar on “How to Handle Your Doubts” that even ing. A 1948 graduate of A&M in chemical engineering, Harris has been BSU director since February 1952. He plans, to return to Col lege Station on Friday. Province Meeting Eight A&M students attended the South Texas Province executive meeting of the National Newman Club Federation held Sunday after noon in San Antonio. Officers and delegates from 11 of the 18 province colleges and universities were in attendance. Those representing A&M were Louis Benavides, Jack Cook, Joe Delatte, John Jaeckle, Winfred Kainer, Tom Kelly, Roy Martinez, and Don Owens. i Breaded veal chops take to the company of fried apple rings. Put a dab of currant jelly in the cen ter of each apple ring, just be fore serving, for pretty color. Just Received . . . • Long Sleeved; New Styles SPORT SHIRTS From $2.95 to $3.95 — Also — SPORT JACKETS ✓ Loupot’s Trading Post BATTALION CLASSIFIED WANT AD KATES One day .... 30 per word 20 per word each additional day Minimum charge—400 DEADLINES 5 p.m. day before publication Classified Display 800 per column inch each insertion PHONE VI 6-6415 For Sale German shepherd female, seven months old. Pedigree, ancestry backed by Grand Victor and Cham pions. Box 4076, College Station, or Walton Hall H-ll. 178t3 By owner, in College Hills, Three bedroom home, separate dining room, screened back porch, large rooms, choice landscaped lot. Phone VI 6-5256. 500 Kyle St. 177t4 For Kent Bedroom with kitchen privileges. Between Bryan and College Sta tion. Call TA 2-6200 after 5 p.m. 178t3 Room with private bath. Meals if desired. Call TA 3-4375. 174tfn Help Wanted IMMEDIATE Houston area op ening for aggressive Landscaping Architect who can plan, plant, sell. Salary commission, transportation furnished. If qualified write TEAS NURSERY COMPANY, INC., 4400 Bellaire Blvd., Bellaire, Texas. 178tl. Waitress wanted. Hours 6 a.m. •— 3 p.m. Apply in person West ern Restaurant. Interested in em ploying Aggie Wife. 126tf Lost During game Saturday almost extinct old Army campaign hat. Great sentimental value. Reward. Call VI 6-4490 after 5 or B-12-C College View. 178tl Will sophomore to whom rain- cott was loaned during TCU game please return to Terry Spencer, Dorm 17, Room 307. 178tfn 1938 A&M class ring insci’ibed J. T. Yardley Jr. Near Ramp H Row 25 at Saturday’s game. Call VI 6-6268. 178tl Sewing machines, Pruitt Fabric Shop. 98tf Pets Dogs, cats boarded—low daily, weekly, monthly rates. Grooming, Puppies. Free pickup, delivery. BAYARD KENNELS, Highway 6 Bouth, College. VI 6-6535. 70tf Special Notice ATTENTION WORKING MOTHERS! All day nursery, with supervised play. Fenced yard. Close to cam- p u s. Transportation furnished from College View. I have nurse’s training and my helper has nursery school experience. Call VI 6-4142 for appointment. $25. a month. Will sit for football game, $1. for the aftei-noon. 176tfn Child care in my home. $2. per day. Also during football games, 50 cents an hour. Mrs. Tom E. Lawrence, C-21-D, College View, VI 6-6003. ' 174t8 VISIT . . . COULTER FIELD in Bryan Highway 21 East O AIRPI.ANE RENTAL. • FLIGHT INSTRUCTION • RIDES TA 2-9400 Work Wanted Child care by hour, day, week or month in my home at 1104 Mil ner. Baby sitting during all games and socials. For information • call VI 6-4892. 176tfn Will care for children in my home. A-3-D College View. VI- 6-5266. 176tfn. For all types repair and remodel ing call Doctor Fixit at the Mar ion Pugh Lumber Company. 100% remodeling loans, no down pay ments. Phone VI 6-5711. 174tfn OFFICIAL NOTICES Official notices must be brought, mailed, or telephoned so as to arrive In the Offict of Student Publications (Ground Floof Y.MCA, VI 6-6415. hours 8-12, 1-5, dallj Monday through Friday) at or before tht deadline of 1 p.m. of the day preceding publication — Director of Student Publica tions. Oct. 31 is the last date on which orders for senior rings may be placed for delivery before Christmas holidays. Under-grad uate students who have 95 hours and who are in good standing may purchase the A&M ring. All rings must be paid for in full when placing the ’ order. The ring clerk is on duty only from 8 a.m. to 12 | noon Tuesday through Saturday. H. L. Heaton, Registrar Day and night nursery. Two blocks from North Gate. Reason able rates. Expert care. 416 Tau ber. VI 6-4430. 162tfn PROMPT RADIO SERVICE — Call — SOSOLITCS RADIO AND TV SERVICE 718 8. Mato St. (Accom from Railroad Tower) PHONE TA 8-1941 BRYAN Dr. Carlton R. Lee OPTOMETRIST 303A East 26th Call TA 2-1662 for Appointment (Across from Court House) Any student who normally expects to complete all the requirements for a degree at the end of the current semester should call by the Registrar’s Office NOW and make formal application for a degree. Nov. 1 is the deadline for filing an appli cation for a degree to be conferred at the end of the current semester. This deadline applies to both graduate and undergraduate students. H. L. Heaton, Registrar A&M MENS SHOP 103 MAIN NORTH GATE AGGIE OWNED • ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURAL SUPPLIES • BLUE LINE PRINTS • BLUE PRINTS • PHOTOSTATS SCOATES INDUSTRIES M3 Old Sulphur Spring* Road BRYAN, TEXAS Just for Women MARRIAGE REVEALED—Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dix Bur- chard announce the marriage of their daughter, Elizabeth Anne, to Selman Dalton Griffith on Oct. 16 at the Emman uel Baptist Church of Bryan. The Rev. John Patterson of ficiated. The new Mrs. Griffith attended the University of Texas and is affiliated with Delta Gamma. Cadet Maj. Griffith, son of Mrs. Beulah Griffith of Lufkin, is a senior mechanical engineering major. LADIES . . . For a Free Home Demonstration of the finest Sewing Machine in the world— DIAL VI 6-6723 ^ME€CHI\ Sales sewng c.rcl £ Service LIBERAL TERMS Bryan Sewing Machine and Appliance Co. Ridgecrest Shopping Center Bruner Battery & Electric Co. COMPLETE AUTO TUNE-UP Batteries—Starters Generators—Carburetors LARRY BRUNER ’44 TA 2-1218 28th Main It’s amazing when you realize I had no politi cal future until I start ed having my clothes cleaned at . . . CAMPUS CLEANERS Center News Chess Committee will meet to night at 7:30 in room 2C of the MSC. Old members will be assign ed names of their new opponents. Dance classes will meet in the Ball Room of the MSC tonight at 7:30. Job (Continued from Page 2) physics and mathematics majors. LONE STAR GAS CO. will in terview majors in geological, pet- roleum, geological engineering, geology. LONE STAR GAS CO. will in terview majors in geology, pet roleum engineering, mechanical, civil and industrial engineering. PURE OIL CO. will interview majors in civil, electrical, mechani cal and petroleum engineering, geology, geological engineering and geophysics, for positions in refin ing, production engineering, con struction engineering, geological and gas divisions. PHILLIPS PETROLEUM CO. will interview mechanical, electri cal, civil, architectural, petroleum, industrial, geological engineering, chemistry, physics and geology ma jors for positions in oil and gas production, manufacturing and transportation, geological and geo physical, research and develop ment, engineering and construc tions. Interfaitli Council Joe Blair was elected president of the Interfaith Council recently in their meeting held in the Young Men’s Christian Association. Other officers elected were Joe Sulcus, vice-president and Norman Guil- loud, secretary. Enliven chicken salad with seed less grapes, salted almonds, water I chestnuts or diced cucumber. LIFE INSURANCE FOR PILOTS And All Other Flying Personnel Under a new Federal law, there is no more Government life insurance for persons entering the Armed Forces after January 1, 1957. Neither on a free nor a pay-for basis. . . . Many insurance companies will insure military ground forces at stan dard rates—so will we. There has been a rather universal rule, though, that fliers have to pay considerably more for their life insurance than do the strictly mundane creatures who keep their feet on terra firma. One of the reliable life insurance compan ies which I represent has found, based on several years of ex perience with all types of military personnel, however, that it can insure pilots and student pilots at standard rates and still make a profit for its^ stockholders. The company does make this reservation—since military flying is recognized in insurance circles as being an extra hazard, and particularly so during the training period: If the insured pilot is killed in an aircraft accident before his age 26, then the amount payable to his bene ficiary is only one-half the face amount of the policy. If killed after age 26, the policy pays off in full. . . . All flying personnel, other than pilots, are insured at standard premium rates, with full payment in event of death at any age, any cause (excepting suicide in the first two years). . . . With flight training now for ROTC students at A&M, we know that many of them will want life insurance that will cover them throughout their flying career. They can buy the very low premium Ordinary Life, or 20 Pay Life, or other plans through my office at standard pre mium rates, and make their premium payments out^ofjtheir ROTC contract checks every three months. Premiums run as low as $3.00 per month, depending on how much insurance the student wishes to have—and can afford. . . . Call EUGENE RUSH at VI 6-6006 or VI 6-5656 for an appointment to talk the matter over, or come by his office above A&M Photo Shop at the Noi’th Gate, College. No obligation to buy. fe Gay Nineties’ Party Planned For Friday Social Whirl Mrs. R. W. Cooper and Mrs. W. C. Bonney will be hostesses for the NEWCOMERS’ CLUB bridge class which will meet at 7:30 p. m. today in Room 202 of the YMCA. * * * NEWCOMERS’ CLUB clothing group will meet with Mrs. F. J. Konecny, 1209 Marsteller, College Station, at 2:30 Wednesday after noon. Those interested in joining the group are asked to attend this meeting. * * * BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION WIVES have planned a picnic for 6 o’clock tonight for their families and for department faculty mem bers and their families. Couples are to bring their own lunches. The picnic will take place in Hensel Park. * * * Over 300 ELECTRICAL ENGI NEERING WIVES enjoyed the style show presented recently in the YMCA in cooperation with Lester’s Smart Shop of Bryan. Betty Tabias was narrator for the show, and Mrs. Paul Goode furnished background music. Deco rations were provided by the Hum ble District Distribution Agency. Assisting with arrangements for the show' was Gordon Gay, secre- tary of the YMCA. Ex Enters Seminary Thomas S. (Stew) Coffman, ’56 commander of E Infantry has en tered McCormick Theological Sem inary this fall to study for the ministry of the Presbyterian Church. LISTEN DAILY (Except Sunday) to KORA at 11:55 A.M. (Pol Adv. Paid for by W. Uee O’Daniol) Campus Women’s Social Club and the A&M Faculty Dinner Club will join in the fun of a “Gay Nineties” party at 7:30 p. m. Fri day in the ballroom of the Me morial Student Center. Costumes are optional, chief aim of the planning committee being to encourage both groups to par ticipate fully. An interesting program, includ ing old-time movies, a best costume contest, and ballroom dancing to recorded music, is being arranged by Mrs. Chris H. Groneman, party chairman. The program will be under the direction of master-of-ceremonies Dr. Carrol D. Laverty, with Mrs. Carl E. Tishler, Joe.J. Woolket, Mrs. A. B. Medlen, Phillip B. Goode, and Dr. Luther Jones as sisting. Mrs. R. D. Watkins is in charge of mustache procurement. 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