The Ingleside Index (Ingleside, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 8, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 29, 1990 Page: 4 of 19
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Thursday, March 29, 1990
Chamber invites entries
in Taste of Aransas Pass
The Annual Auction and Taste
of Aransas Pass is just around the
corner with a number of res-
taurants and food services plan-
ning to offer their best recipes as
taste treats to those who attend.
This year the event, sponsored
by the Aransas Pass Chamber of
Commerce, will be held on April 7
at Commercial Motors with the
taste from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
followed by the live and silent
auctions from 7:30 p m. to 9:30
scheduled April 7
Dog and cat owners are invited
to bring their pets out to the
annual Ingleside 4-H sponsored
dog and cat vaccination April 7
from 9 a.m. to 12 noon at First
National Bank of Ingleside.
Charges will be £5 for rabies
shots, £25 for the annual vaccina-
tion for dogs and £12 for the
annual vaccination for cats. Dr.
Terry Hicks will do the vaccina-
The taste will feature an added
attraction this year in that Chair-
man Linda Dupnik has
announced that the restaurants
and food services will compete
against each other for first and
second place in the Best Dish and
Best Presentation. The votes will
be cast by those attending.
Awards will be presented that
evening following the taste.
The restaurants now signed up
are North Shore Country Club,
Tamale Hut, Laredo Cafe, Jim
West Cafeteria, Linda D'ipnik
Personalized Catering, Coastal
Bend Hospital Cafeteria and AP-
1SD Food Service, as well as Pizza
Hut, Estes Flats Public Yacht
Club and Dairy Queen.
The Auction will feature
another designer T-Shirt contest
for businesses. Each business
who wishes to participate will de-
sign a T-shirt and decorate it in a
way that depicts something about
their business. The T-shirts will
be provided by the Chamber of
Commerce and be auctioned off
during the live auction.
INGLESIDE VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT AND AUXILIARY are bake sales, rummage sales, and dance and fun day events to raise
happy to announce that they have reached their $ 10,000 goal to pay funds for this equipment. The group recently received training on the
for the life-saving equipment used to extricate accident victims from use of the equipment,
their vehicles. In the past two years, The group has held numerous
EVELYN RAY AS "NANA" is making a difference. Ask any member of Cora Elliott's third grade class.
She is one of the community volunteers who has gone back to school, learning how much she is needed.
She is "Nana" to third graders
Evelyn Ray became “Nana”
almost two years ago and changed.
a lot of lives
Cook Primary School Principal
Brenda Richardson was looking
for someone from the community
to provide support for Cora
Elliott’s third grade class. School
Nurse Dianne Nichols said she
knew the perfect person for the
She passed the word on to her
mother, Mrs. Larry Ray of Aran-
sas Pass. Ray took the volunteer
job and has a great attendance
Mary Molina Cole would like to
help you share your good news
with Ingleside Whether you are
celebrating a wedding
anniversary, having a family reun-
ion, baptising your baby, or some
other good-news event, share it
wMh your friends and neighbors
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record. She gives the children the
personal attention‘they need at
different times She takes care of
paperwork that leaves Elliott free
Last year, she worked with
slow readers This year, there are
no slow readers in the class. It’s a
family affair with the Ray’s. Her
sort, Larry Mack, a cinema artist,
made a tape of a character he
plays, Professor Noodlik, a comic
magician, as a gift to the class.
Ray has become “Nana” to
members of the class. Their
notes, their Valentines, the gifts
they make to express their love
Richardson, in a quest to in-
crease community participation
in the education of children has a
paradigm to show what a differ-
ence one person can make in
Joseph llosek, Sr., 65, died
Sunday, March 18 at Audit* Mur-
phy Veterans Hospital, San
llosek was horn Feb. 81, 1925
in Millim County, Texas. 1 le was a
member of the Catholic Church.
He was a member of V.F.W. Post
6386 of Ingleside, a life member of
the National Rifle Association,
and a retired John Deere mecha-
nic. He was a resident of Ingleside
for 33 years before moving to
Brownwood three years ago.
Survivors include his wife,
Mary V. (Barton) llosek of Brown-
wood; a son, Joseph llosek, Jr. of
Brownwood; three brothers, four
sisters, and several nieces and
Funeral services were held
Thursday, March 22. Burial was
at Fort Sam Houston Military
Cemetery in San Antonio.
Memorial Funeral Home, San
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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/m1/4/: accessed April 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ed & Hazel Richmond Public Library.