The Ingleside Index (Ingleside, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 29, 1990 Page: 3 of 19
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Thursday, March 29, 1990
RUBY BAUCH and LURIE BOWDEN celebrated their birth-
days March 24 and 25th
MAK WILKERSON will celebrate her birthday Thursday,
Time changes Sunday morning — Don’t forget to SPRING
F O R W A R I)
Anyone wishing to contribute an item for this column may call
Mary Molina Cole at 776-7824.
Methodist women host luncheon
The United Methodist Women
met Tuesday in the Fellowship
Mali for a program and covered
The president, Laurie Bowden,
gave the Devotional and Marguer-
ite Nvholm led the program on
“Let Your Heart Take Courage.”
The members participated in the
program and discussions
Hostesses for the luncheon
were Lea Rayburn and Marta
Rose. Twelve members were pre-
Stephens Hair Co.
is pleased to announce Our New Stylist
OPEN: Mon Wed . Fri Sat 9:00 5 00
Tuts Thurs. 9:00 9 00
606 EM 561, Ingleside 610 E Market St., Rockport
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Sponsored h\ r lie Icus Department of Commerce
Easter egg hunt
on tap April 8
fhe Ninth Annual Ingleside
Egg Hunt sponsored by the Ing-
leside Rotary Club will be held
Sunday, April 8, at 2 p m at Mus-
Youngsters, toddlers through
third grade, are invited to come
out to the egg hunt, enjoy the
hunt, prizes and concessions.
The Easter Bunny will be there to
Service center to give
Easter food baskets
Tri-Countv Christian Service
Center will give food baskets for
Easter to anyone in need
Baskets will be distributed at
the center, 320 W. Cleveland,
Aransas Pass, from 9am to 3
p.m. April 1 through 12 on a first
come, first served basis
Regular food distribution is
policies established by thetboard
of directors. A two day supply of
food is given three times during a
six month period. Clients ap-
plying for the first time, will he
asked to apply for food stamps
A new policy has been insti-
tuted regarding the emergency
shelter. In addition to free room
and board of seven nights every
90 days, for a small daily fee and
additional seven days may be
The center’s Thrift Store con-
tinues to operate for people who
are able to make a small donation
for items received: however, for
those unable to make a donation
the items will be given without
The Christian Service Center
board of director meetings are
open to the public Inquiries ab-
out center polices may be
directed to Rev B.J Hammond.
776-28^0, or the center adminis-
trator Lee Bundgus. 758-1988.
TOPS plans awards banquet
TOPS No. 497 met Thursday.
March 22, at the Ingleside Hous-
ing Authority meeting room on
First Street at 9 m.
Best loser of the week was (Glor-
ia Smith and runner up was Lillie
Courson. KOPS closest to goal
was Catherine Aldridge
Members losing weight next
week will be able to put 20 cents
on the dime contest.
Plan were made for March 29
awards banquet. Mrs. Aldridge
and Merelene Stephenson read
some super funny passages to
cheer up the club members
At the March 15 meeting, best
loser of the week was Mrs Cour-
son with runners up Betty Jordan
and Gloria Smith KOPS closest
to her goal was Mrs. Aldridge
Louise Schwebel is leading the
Shamrock Contest, coloring in
for calorie charts, losses and
staying for meetings. Mrs. Jordan
won the Ha Ha fund
Plans were made to attend a
workship in Corpus Christi. Plans
were also made for a money-'
making garage sale on April 20
IISD Lunch Menu
FRIDAY. March 30: BREAKFAST: Cinnamon toast. Mini corn
dogs. Fruit or juice, Milk; LUNCH: Steak fingers, Gravy. Mashed
potatoes. Fruit, Jello, Hot rolls, Milk
MONDAY, April 2: BREAKFAST: Hot cereal. Toast jelly. Fruit or
juice, Milk; LUNCH: Corn dogs. Macaroni/cheese. Green beans.
Mixed fruit. Milk
TUESDAY, April 3: BREAKFAST Scrambled eggs. Toast jelly.
Fruit or juice. Milk; LUNCH: Barbecue sausage. Steamed rice.
Pinto beans. Pineapple, Hot rolls. Milk
WEDNESDAY. April 4: BREAKFAST: Cereal. Toast jelly. Fruit
or juice, Milk; LUNCH: Burritos, ChilLeheese. Corn, Tossed
salad. Cookie, Milk
THl'RSDAY, April 5: BREAKFAST; Toast jelly. Pancake syrup.
Sausage, Fruit or juice. Milk; LUNCH: Hamburgers. Hamburger
salad, French fries. Cherry upside down cake. Milk
MRS. TIMOTHY ADAMS
Canales, Adams vows
exchanged March 1 7
< "eleste (Sally j Canales of Ingleside and Timothy (Tim) Adams
of Louisiana were married Saturday. March 17, at the Second
Baptist Church of Aransas Pass
The bride s parents are Revmondo and Aralia Canales of
Ingleside. The groom is the son of Olie and Sylvia Adams of
The bride is a graduate of Ingleside High School. Platt Career
School and is now attending Del Mar College She is employed
with Just Boots
The groom is a graduate of Thibodaux High School and Port
Side Yo-tecb School. He is employed with Gulf Marine.
After a wedding trip to San Antonio, the couple is residing in
Relatives and friends from Aransas Pass. Ingleside. Rockport,
Corpus Christi, Driscoll. Alice, Benavides. Houston. Louisiana.
Mexico, Gregory and Portland attended the wedding.
Sorority plans convention
Xi Omega Xi met March 12 at
the Ingleside Library^
Prior to the meeting. Cara
T urn bough asked if the sorority
would be one of her sponsors in
the Miss Texas-Miss Pre-Teen
Pageant The sorority agreed.
During the meeting, plans were
discussed for the sorority's area
convention in Harlingen April
21st It was agreed to collect
coupons from the newspaper for
the Ronald McDonald House.
Phyllis Lyons presented the
program on Dress for Success.
The Gift from the Heart went to
Hostess for the meeting was Di-
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End Tables fit Coffee Tables........ $2500 Each
Swivel Rockers.................................... $79°°
Upholstered Chairs............................. $90°°
Sofas...................................$250°° & $299°°
Table Lamps........................................ $30°°
Wood Rockers.................................. $120°°
5 Drawer Chests................................. $70°°
5 Piece Dinettes.................................$1 32°°
Vanity fir Bench Seat.........................$199°°
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The Ingleside Index (Ingleside, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 29, 1990, newspaper, March 29, 1990; Aransas Pass, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth1007526/m1/3/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ed & Hazel Richmond Public Library.