Musical Silver l ea Of A&M Methodist Sunday, April 30 | phen F. Austin High School A jCappella Choir, under the direc- i tion of Claude Guthrie; and a | string quartet made up of Mrs. I Virginia Groneman, first violin, ... Mrs. Earl Vezey, Jr., second vio- u 1 ! lin, Louis F. Hauer, viola, and 1 Tom Leland, cello. TEX AN HEADS I'M A WASHINGTON, Feb. 12. Í/P) The Musical Silver Tea is sponsored each year by the Wo man’s Society of Christian Ser , vice of the A. & M. Methodist | church, will l>e presented at the j church on Sunday, April 20, at ! 3:00 p. m. Mrs. Kay Oden, president, president, has announced the follow- j ing list of committee chairmen: , Gilmer as administrator of the Mrs. Kalph W. Steen, general i agriculture department’s produc- chairman and program chairman; ; tion and marketing administration Mrs. Gibb Gilchrist, chairman of | and president of its commodity credit corporation. refreshments; Mrs. C. B. Godbey, chairman of decorations; Mrs. J. M .Nance, poster chairman. Other members of the committees will be announced later. The program will feature Mrs. Albert Goodman, pianist; Miss Betty Jo Cook, reader; Miss Cynthia Cynthia Lancaster, harpist; The Ste- Secretary Anderson has announ -1 ced the anpointment of Jesse B. | Gilmer, a native 0 f Rock Springs, Texas, has served as acting PM A administrator and acting president of the CCC since last November. ■ *■— ----- The Army is storing 1500 B-29’s j against possible emergency.