The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 22, 1957, Image 4

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4 $Ke Eaffafiori -X- UoITege Btotio* JBraziX County/, Text* PAG^ 4 Tuesday, October 22, 1957 Foreign Students At A&M Total 151 One-hundred fifty-one students from 36 foreign countries are pres ently enrolled in A&M. Mexico has 24 and Pakistan 21 to top the list. The countries and the number of students enrolled are Argentina, Bolivia, China, four each; Aus- tralin, Denmark, Jamaica, Japan, Lebanon, Nicaragua, Scotlamb Spain, Syria, one each; Brazil, El Salvador, India, Panama, seven each; Canada, Guatemala, Iraq, Korea, Turkey, three each; Costa Rica, Ecuador, Egypt, Greece, Iran, Paraguay, Phillippines, Thai land, Honduras, two each; and Venezuela, 11. Education Expert Named Consultant Dr. W. Price Ewens, of the Edu cation and Psychology Department, will work with the Texas Education Agency for the third year, it was announced recently. Ewens will work as a guidance consultant to the study group of the Texas Association of School Administrators. This association was set up three years ago to study improvement of the instruc tional program and special ser vices. This year Ewens will serve with the South Texas group of the As sociation which will meet Thurs day in Corpus Christi. B. A. Sehediile§ Proficiency Test The only English Qualification Test for Business Administration students to be held before “dead week” is scheduled at 4:00 p.m., October 29 in room 202 of the B.A. Building. The two-part examination will consist of objective tests covering mechanics of writing, vocabulary, choice of words, and sentence struc ture, plus an essay of 500 words or more on one of a list of sug gested subjects. Students desiring information about the examination should at tend a preliminary meeting Tues day at 4:00 p.m. in room 202 of the B.A. Building. FRESHMAN GREEN SLACKS Tailor Made To Your Individual Measurements Right Here At College Station in Our Own Tailoring Firm. *23 00 3 DAY DELIVERY No Sending- Away of Measurements Causing Disappointments. You Try Them On Before You Pay. ^ WEAR THE BEST — WEAR ZUBIK’S ZUBIK'S UNIFORM TAILORS 105 N. Main — North Gate BATTALION CLASSIFIED FOR SALE One English bicycle. Phone VI 6-4367 or see at 811 Fairview. 35t4 IF YOU GOTTA GO, WHY NOT GO FIRST CLASS? An insurance policy for any size halo. . . Eugene Rush, North Gate. 28tfn SPECIAL NOTICE DOCTOR FIXIT specializes in sheetrock hanging, taping, float ing, texturing and painting. He cures home ills with remodeling or repair remedies. Call DOCTOR FIXIT today at MARION PUGH LUMBER COMPANY. Phone VI 6-5711. 35t4 Weavers Kiddie-Land Nursery, 225 Lynn Dr., Bryan, TA 2-6076. Open for Saturdays football game. 2(»tl7 G. T. BINFORD INSECT CON TROL. Having trouble with hugs ? Tired of the old spray gun? Now is the time to have your home cleared of roaches, ants, moths and other insects. VI 6-6649, 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. TA 2-7023 after 6 p.m. 408 Elm St., Bryan. 19t30 HELP WANTED Waitress wanted. Must be over 18. Experience not necessary. Ap ply in person between 10 and 5. Triangle Drive In. 284tfn Car hops wanted. Must be over 18. Apply in person between 10 and 5. Triangle Drive In. 284tfn Dr. Carlton R. Lee OPTOMETRIST 303A East 26th Call TA 2-1662 for Appointment (Across from Court House) • ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTCRAE SUI'PI.IES • BIATE LINE PRINTS • BLUE PRINTS • PHOTOSTATS SCOATES INDUSTRIES 603 Old Sulphur Springs Road BRYAN, TEXAS FOR RENT Four room furnished apartment, water and gas furinshed. See at 2108 Cavitt Drive, Bryan. 32tfn Four room apartment, furnish ed, in Bryan. Call VI 6_66 276tfn Sewing machines, Pruitt Fabric Shop. WORK WANTED Will keep children for working mother. 4 1 /& years experience. Fenced yard. Call VI 6-6501. 35t4 Typing and Lithographing our specialty. Executive type gives re ports, thesis, lab manuals, etc., that professional look. ZOST THL PRINTER, 115 Walton Dr. (East Gate), Phone VI 6-6128 or VI 6-4874. 33tfn Typing (any size job), mimeo graphing, complete office facilities. BI-CITY SECRETARIAL AN SWERING SERVICE, 3408A Tex as Ave., Phone VI 6-5786. 15tl8 Neat, accurate typist desires typing to do in my home. Owti electric typewriter. Call VI 6-5805. Day nursery for working moth ers. Call Mrs. Redding, VI 6-4892. 271tfn Kitchen remodeling, cupboard work, interior painting. VI 6-7265. 258tin Frank Lary of Detroit led Amer ican League pitchers in innings hurled in 1956 with 294. EARLY BIRD SHOPPE TOGS — GIFTS AND TOYS for Girls and Boys FABRICS — SHOES Ridgecrest Village 3601 Texas Ave. LOST Brown billfold. If found please return to William Harvey James, Dorm 14, Room 409. Reward. 35t4 OFFICIAL NOTICES Official notices must he brought, mailed, or telephoned so as to arrive In the Office of Student Publications (Ground Floor YMCA VI 6-6415, hours 8-12, 1-5, dally Monday through Friday) at or before the deadline of 1 p.m. of the day proceeding publication — Director of Student Publica tions. Eligible seniors have until Oct. 31 to order their senior rings for delivery before the Christmas holidays. Any student who has 95 hours and is in good standing with the college may purchase the ring. All rings must be paid for in full when the orders are placed. The ring clerk is on duty from S a. m. to noon Tuesday through Saturday. H. X., Heaton, Director Of Admissions and Registrar Any sophomore who plans to major in dairy science please leave his name ^ with the secretary, Department of Dairy Science, Room 110, new Dairy and Biochemistry Building by Oct. 23 in order that he may be considered for any scholarship awards for which he may be eligible. I. W. Rupel, Head Department of Dairy Science Any Junior planning to major in dairy science and whose degree plan has not been completed, should leave his with the department secretary by Oct. 23 in order that he may be considered, for any scholarship award for which he may be eligible. , . I. W. Rupel, Head Department of Dairy Science Any senior student in agriculture who has completed two or more courses in dairy science prior to the current semester and who has a grade point ratio of 2.0 or higher, is requested to leave his name Mutn the department secretary on or before Oct. 23 in order that he may be considered in determining scholarship awards. I. W. Rupel, Head Department of Dairy Science leave your clothes while you shop at— MRS. BROWN’S LAUNDERETTE SOUTH SIDE ADDITION COHEGE STATION FOR better washing, drying and faster service! RADIO & TV SERVICE BY SOSOLIK 713 S. MAIN Across from Railroad Tower Our Policy—You must be Satisfied TA 2-1941 — BRYAN JOE FAULK for — • Furniture ® Auto Parts • Hotpoint Appliances • Dixie Range • Mathes Air Conditioners • Dearborn Heaters • GE Small Appliances 214 N. Bryan Cavitt at Coulter JOE FAULK ’’32 — Owne: I* f!> s? # Where the Art of ^JsTo tcl rd A C- Cl j c Ve rict Cooking Is Not Lost ] Poultry Science Team Works Out For National Meet Four Aggie poultry judgers will make up a team representing A&M in a National Collegiate Poultry Judging Contest to be held in Chi cago, Dec. 33-4, E. D. Parnell, team coach, announced this week. Seven poultry science majors are holding workouts twice weekly in preparation for the contest. Four of the seven will make up the team. Practice work includes the se lection of poultry breeding stock, placing of laying hens against trapnest records, grading of eggs and of live and dressed market poultry. Practice sessions are held at the college poultry farm, nearby processing plants and at county and district fair poultry shows. Seniors competing for places on the team are Carl Armstrong, Da vid Behlen, Willliam Benson, Clint Herring, Ken Holleman, Billy Mc Coy and Harold Muller. A special banquet honoring the team will be held Nov. 26. Team members are to be presented tail or-made judging coats by the Tex as Poultry Improvement Associa tion president, W. J. Moore. The jackets are compliments of the As sociation. Aggie poultry judging teams un der Parnell have never placed low er than fourth in national con tests, and in 1949 and 1953 won national championships. In the 1956 contest, Tom Collins, of A&M, was high individual of the meet. The ’56 team placed fourth. Rev. Argue To Talk At Wesley Meeting Wesley Foundation will hear the second in a series of programs on Christianity and Communism Wed nesday night when the Rev. James Argue speaks on “Christianity s Answer to Communism.” The Rev. Argue is pastor of the A&M Methodist Church. The serv ice will begin promptly at 7:15. Social Whirl Dames Club will meet at 8 p.m. today in the south solarium of the YMCA. A style show, sponsored by the Real Hat Shoppe, will be conducted. *■■*•*■ Mrs. Kay King of Beverley Bra- ley’s will speak before Agronomy Wives at their meeting at 7:30 tonight in the Brooks Room of the YMCA. * * =1! Business Administration Wives have planned a steak fry for 6:30 p.m. Saturday, after the Baylor game, in Hensel Park. Business administration students, guests and faculty are invited. Tickets, at $1 per person, may be obtained by calling VI 6-6383 or TA 2-4710. .**« * ❖ An informal game night is planned for Architecture Wives at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Aggie Wives Lounge of the YMCA. # :!*. ❖ Aero Wives Club will hold a busi ness meeting at 7:30 Wednesday night in the Aero Lounge. * * * There will be a special meeting of the Civil Engineering Student Wives Club at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Anderson room of the YMCA. This weekend’s financial project will be discussed. All mem bers are urged to attend. WB8* \IPR\^ ,S SP/C £ OF OUR ? All the Newest Ideas in Styles, Colors, Patterns—Nationally Advertised Brands TULANE $2.95 CAMPUS To BUD BURMA $5.00 LOUPOT'S Baptist Students Outnumber Others Baptist students lend the relig ious pi’eference at A&M this year with a total of 2,172 Aggies choos ing the denomination. They are followed by Metho dists who have a total of 1,702 members. Other figures include: Catholic, 1,128; Presbytei-ian, 611; Church of Christ, 399; Episcopal, 348; Luth eran, 301 and Christian, 250. There are 67 Jewish students; 32 Christian Science; 27 United Church of Christ; 25 Assembly of God; 14 Czech Moravian; 14 Mor mon; 14 Nazarene; 13 Unitarian and 10 Moslems. The Church of Cod has 5 pre ferences: Pentecostal, 5; Seventh Day Adventist, 5; Community 4; Beracha, 3; Christadelphian, 2 and Congregational, 20. The Bible Church, Buddha, Christian and Missionary Alliance, Evangelistic, Foursquare Gospel, Friends, Mennonite and Reformed Church in America have one each. Pt r e-Law§ To See Lie Detector Lest A demonstration with a lie de tector will be given by David B. Gofer Jr., assistant: county attor ney of Brazos Cou nty at the Pre- Law Society meeting tonight at 7:30 in the Birch Room of the Memorial Student Center. Gofer plans to vise a group of Aggies in his demonstration who Will try to ti’ick the detector by vaitous means. French Club Fled 1957-58 Officers Phil Farias of San Angelo wa elected president of the Aggi French Club at a recent meeting, Other officers elected were: II< lim Kim, vice president, from S< oul, Korea; Jerry Bent, treasure from Conroe; and Fernando d Pena, secretary from San Diego.: 1 Other business conducted wa j discussion of plans for showing | French movie. Exclusive Plan for Your Fall. Leisure by HEAT WAVE CALVERT CITY, Ky. (A 5 )—May or H. V. Duckett was hot under the collar. Somebody stole the air condition er from his office. Among the first to offer sym pathy was Robert Arnold, a real estate man. When Arnold got back to his office, he found some one had stolen his air conditioner. I did not whistle at her. I whistled because the dress she is wearing looks like it was cleaned by — CAMPUS CLEANERS ^ man’s plans for autumn week-ends should include at least one of our Galey and Lord plaids. The original designs, woven in (America and exclusive with Truval, aie^ the most exciting sport shirts we’ve^ seen, in years..You should see them now! 5L /Exchange S^tore “In Its 50th Year of Serving Texas Aggies” Condensed Statement of Condition FIRST STATE BANK & TRUST COMPANY BRYAN, TEXAS At the Close of Business October 11, 1957 ASSETS Cash and Due from Banks .....$2,807,910.46 U. S. Government Obligations 2,651,700.00 U S. Government Cotton Loans - - " 79,917.84 , . . , -o , 26,800.00 Municipal Bonds —- o kai 140 74 Loans and Discounts --- - ’ ’ Banking House, Fixtures and Parking Lot ----- 88,376.09 Stock of Federal Reserve Bank - 6,000.00 Other Real Estate 2 ' 00 TOTAL ASSETS $8,201,847.13 LTABILITIES ^ i $ 100,000.00 Capital Stock 0 , 100,000.00 Surplus tt , j 352,443.12 Deposits ^33,432.00 Other Liabilities - v 15,972.01 TOTAL LIABILITIES - - $8,201,847.13 FIRST STATE BANK & TRUST COMPANY Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Now Paying 3% Interest on Savings Accounts, Compounded Semi-Annually OFFICERS W. J. Coulter, President W. S. Higgs, Vive President J. N. Dulaney, Vice President Pat Newton, Cashier Curtis Mathis, Assistant Cashier L. E. Nedbalek, Assistant Cashier Williard E. Williams, Assistant Cashier Randal Brewer, Assistant Cashier