The Aransas Pass Progress (Aransas Pass, Tex.), Vol. 84, No. 44, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 23, 1992 Page: 4 of 28
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Wednesday, Dactmbtr 23,1092
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Two Aransas Pass women are among the students at Corpus
Christi State University who received degrees in ceremonies
Friday night. REBECCA ANN REYNOLDS received her bache-
lor of arts degree and CLAUDIA LOCHER received her master of
VONDA J. ANDERSON oelebrated her birthday Monday, the
Birthdays tomorrow include those of J.D. HALE, PENNY
TORREZ, and RITA STRICKLAND.
Christmas Day birthdays include those of GEORGE VANA
and twins MARICURZ AND CHRISTINA VELA.
CARRIE McELROY and PATSY CRUMRINE will oelebrate
their birthdays Saturday. CHRIS YODER, MARY TURNER, and
JAMES PAUL WOOD will oelebrate their birthdays Sunday.
Celebrating their birthdays Monday will be BRANDIE VICK-
ERY. MOLLIE BUCKLEY, 8ARA JOHNSON, and JEANA
KAMALA SHIRLEY, THERESA HAMPTON, and PEARL
DENMON will celebrate their birthdays Tuesday.
WALTER AND JOYCE BOEHNKE will celebrate their wed-
ding anniversary Saturday.
DONNIE AND JANICE KOYM oelebrate their wedding
Celebrating their wedding anniversaries Monday are FELIX
AND CATHY TURNBOUGH and CHARLES AND DIANE
TERRY AND JUDY LeBLANC will celebrate their wedding
anniversary Dec. 29.
Persons wishing to contribute an item for this column may
call Mary Molina Cole at 758-5391.
STUDENTS AT KIEBERGER ELEMENTARY RECENTLY COL-
LECTED more than 1,400 cans of food to be donated to the
Christian Service Center. Some of the top collectors were (L-R)
Ben Davila, Bishop Morgan, Scott Dykema, Aileen Nino, Amber
Bolenbarker, Joshua Simmons, Brandi Ostrander, Kaylin Brews-
ter, Jeremy Griffis, Jaime Moreno, Jill Rowland and Principal
A.C. BLUNT MIDDLE SCHOOL
STUDENTS last week completed
the school's 11th Annual Christ-
mas Food Drive. Nearly 120
bags of food were collected,
more than twice last year's total.
Those collecting were (Front L-R)
Tanya Yardley, Joe Rushing,
Concepcion Perez, Daniel Gar-
za, Anthony Galvan, Pat
Leonard, AMra Blue; (Middle)
Joshua Spears, Ralph Villalo-
bos, Brandi Broerman, John
Cluitt, Leanda Whitaker, Denise
Diaz DeLeon, Tiffany Gonzales
and Crystal Moulton; (Back)
James Dollins, Morgan Neill,
Valerie Villarreal, John Smith,
John Hamilton, Haas Ivy and
Honor society to induct
Blunt School students
The A.C. Blunt Middle School
Chapter of the National Junior
Honor Sooiety will have its induc-
tion oeremony at the school cafe-
torium Monday, Jan. 11 at 7:30
The eighth grade students in-
vited to Join Honor Society this
year are Jesus (Rocky) Alvarado,
Rene Garcia, William (Donny)
Gonsales, Kathy Hale, Isaac
Loxano, Elizabeth Pape, Ross
Parker, Janet Puente, Erin
Roach, Heather Shedd, Saman-
tha Smith, Stephanie Smithey,
Jessica Umenhoffer, Kim Vander-
burg and Krestina Villalobos.
Seventh graders are Joshua
Berryhill, Andrew Carawan, Dus-
tin Cash, Niok Hamm, Stacy
Hodge, Jerad Johnston, Wendy
KJght, Jonathan Maston, Timoteo
Mendoza, Marlena Moreno,
Cathy Salinas, Alex Stehn, Ange-
la Hodge, Brent Young and Randy
These students will be in-
ducted in a oeremony hosted by
the current eighth grade class of
Honor Society members. Those
members who have maintained
membership requirements over
the past year include the follow-
ing eighth graders.
Crystal Spears, president
Robyn Johnson, vice president
Jennifer Rodriguez, treasurer
Jacque Attaway, secretary; Mar
cy Rivera, assistant secretary
Enrique Rangel, historian and Al
Other current eighth grade
members are Robert Alaniz, Aza-
lia Eliserio, Justin Glenn, Marian
ne McElroy, Rodel Rodriguez
Rachelle Schultz, Holly Spells
Mary K. Denison, Derek Fischer
Eddie Jimenez, Crystal Morales
Timothy Rollins and Jessie
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