The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, May 20, 1970, Image 6

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THE BATTALION Page 6 College Station, Texas Wednesday, May 20, 1070 F & F SALVAGE SALES Class of ’53 (Previously C & D Salvage) Damaged and Unclaimed Freight All Types of Furniture We Buy and Sell Used Furniture Call 822-0605 302 North Bryan Street ^ PIZZA EAST GATE ALL YOU CAN EAT Monday Thru Thursday 5-7 p. m. — $1.25 SMORGASBORD Child dramatis sign-up June TOP GRADUATE STUDENTS—Joe Richard Tillerson (left) and Philip J. Gensler (right) have been honored by the Association of Former Students for academic excellence in the Graduate College. Dr. G. W. Kunze, Graduate College dean, is shown with the two men. Tillerson was honored as the top master’s candidate and Gensler was named the top Ph.D. candidate of 1969-70. Registration for the first sum mer session of children’s creative dramatics and the Premier Play ers will be held by the Theater Arts Section of the English De partment June 1 and June 8. Four age groups of creative dramatics will be taught in Bryan by Mrs. Aileen Wenck and in College Station by Mrs. Lugean Esten. Robert W. Wenck will di rect the Premier Players, a high school theater program. The purpose of Children’s Cre ative Dramatics, said C. K. Esten, program director and director of the Aggie Players, is to get out of the child what he has innately, the ability to create something. “It’s a leading, rather than teaching process,” he said. “We use to some extent theater devices in developing the child’s creativi ty.” Registration for both first ses sions is June 1 from 8 a.m. until noon. The session runs from June 8 until July 8 with 5-6 year olds meeting Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10 to 11 a.m.; 7-8 year olds meeting Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 10 to SAFCmy HAS THC low CMRyDAy PRICES & SPECIALS vn JllGHTCRUST ] LightCrustFlour AO Safeway Special! —5-Lb. Bag ■ 19 Niblets Corn Whole Kernel Golden. Safeway Special! —12-or. 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Jeno’s Pizza Roll ^ a? 67* Macaroni tlsct- ^53* PoundCake ‘A.vs: or 79* . Turnovers «r49t ■ Onion Rings ’xm? sj. sit 1 11:30 a.m.; 9-10ear olds uk ing Monday, Weesday andFs day from 8 to 9s a.m.; andl, 12 year olds mting Tuesii Thursday and Fray from S 9:30 a.m. Registration anigessiom be held in the Fallit Theatei the back of Guionlall for Ci lege Station resides and in4 Bryan Civic Auditoum forEij an residents. Registration for lie Prtr; Players first session dll be Ja 8, from 3 to 5 p.m. irthe Fills Theater. Their first produdon, H Curious Savage,” by Jon Pain will be presented July 1-11, “The Premier Playersisib school production worksbptii presents quality plays rahei those normally associat'd n high school groups,” Weicksi “Last year they did Te Dwellers’ by William tei and took it to Austin fo:n quest performance.” Registration for Creativlij matics in College Stationii while the Bryan School pays the registration i Bryan residents. “These registration fees kd cover initial expenses in tkti programs,” Esten said. “All! money that comes in goestoi the two teachers and buy^ plies.” “Mr. and Mrs. Sophus Olsei Comfort, Tex., have donated!! for the second time to helps tain the Children’s Creativeli matics program here,”Estena “Our objective is to try to| financial support from the i versity.” Esten added that any chi! the area this summer may rtp ter for the program, whetheti parents are residents or not. LORD JEFf TOWN SHIRE / BRYAN. TEXAS TV ray Low, Low Pricesl - Cane Sugar Condi Cone. 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